Hisense 65" 4K HDR TV £719.10 @ Argos (with code 'TV10')
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Hisense 65" 4K HDR TV £719.10 @ Argos (with code 'TV10')

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Found 28th Apr 2017
65 inch 4K TV only 719.10 using 10 percent off code 'TV10'. TV has great reviews, and not a bad price for the size too
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It's an ok price, hesitating now.
it's at lower end of Hisense.
Great price for a 65" oO
I've had this TV for about 3 months. For the price it's very, very good.

My set has a few minor issues:
- Backlight bleed in bottom right corner
- Some dark lines that present themselves when there's a fast movement (e.g. camera movement in football)

These issues are seen across many sets in this price range.
Have you tweaked the settings turning certain things off I got mine from a forum and it made my 55m3300 perfect
Had this TV since January. Man is it good. Nothing touches it for the price. As said above its not perfect. Has some slight banding issues when watching football for example. But on the whole its a beast of a TV. When your watching something with HDR on its incredible, image literally pops. I couldn't recommend it enough especially if your on a budget then this set is a no brainer.
excellent!! cheers!!
Sorry, obligatory questions:
Is it 8 bit?
How many nits?
Sorry again
FrugalFergal

Sorry, obligatory questions:Is it 8 bit?How many nits?Sorry again



Says 350 so no good for hdr
Don't forget argos doing the promotion that if you spend £100 or more you will get £10 voucher with it aswell :).
i had this set hdr was very good but footy on my set was poor if you get a good 1 they are fantastic the better source you put in the better it is i replaced this with a samsung ks7000 but i loved this set
Only 1 year warranty?

2 years once you register with hisence



Walker10

Only 1 year warranty?


I'm mulling this against the 65M7000. Its £1000 but is it really that much better? If I had a HDR1000 compatible TV For around £1000 I could see my upgrade cycle being 5yrs. If it was less than HDR1000 at 65" and in the £700 ballpark I could justify a 3yr upgrade cycle.

Any advice anyone?
FrugalFergal

I'm mulling this against the 65M7000. Its £1000 but is it really that … I'm mulling this against the 65M7000. Its £1000 but is it really that much better? If I had a HDR1000 compatible TV For around £1000 I could see my upgrade cycle being 5yrs. If it was less than HDR1000 at 65" and in the £700 ballpark I could justify a 3yr upgrade cycle.Any advice anyone?


im sure when i got my 5510 people were saying the quality control on the 7000 were better
JAMESANN

im sure when i got my 5510 people were saying the quality control on the … im sure when i got my 5510 people were saying the quality control on the 7000 were better



I think the 7000 is 10bit and has a brighter panel than the 5500 so its closer to the HDR10 spec but not quite there. When you get to £1000 then you're not that far off the HDR10/Dolby Vision TVs that are in the £1200 ball park, the Quantum dot is a smidge more and before you know it, you're paying double your £720 budget!

They get so incrementally better and incrementally expensive. They become obsolete so quickly its really tough to find the price/performance sweetspot
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