Hisense 65" 4k (HE65K5510UWTS) £719.10 @ ao.com
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Hisense 65" 4k (HE65K5510UWTS) £719.10 @ ao.com

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Found 4th Jun 2016
Seems a great price for good 65" inch 4k telly. Local HDR payback is supported and apparently this set has a 10bit panel (according to John Lewis' description. Also has 4k versions of Netflix and Amazon apps.

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Price says £799.

I'm assuming there's a 40 pound off code knocking around

great price at £800. i could give an old telly and that makes it £750, and i have a £20 off voucher for signing up which makes it £730, but how do you get it to £700?

i'm not sure if this will fit on my unit though. ideally i need one that has the stand in the middle like my current tv which sticks over the edge and is 50"

uni

great price at £800. i could give an old telly and that makes it £750, a … great price at £800. i could give an old telly and that makes it £750, and i have a £20 off voucher for signing up which makes it £730, but how do you get it to £700?i'm not sure if this will fit on my unit though. ideally i need one that has the stand in the middle like my current tv which sticks over the edge and is 50"



​code GET40 for £40 off, then trade in and quidco i guess

just ordered one

GET40 Expired for me now. GET30 is working though.

Edited by: "Nightstalker84" 6th Jun 2016

Got the tv just now https://imgur.com/a/sPfKr

Original Poster

Wow zappermac. Will you post some pics once it's out of the box and powered on please!! Along with your impressions. Mine isn't due until Friday! I'm away all week for work. Longest wait ever!!

mush786uk

Wow zappermac. Will you post some pics once it's out of the box and … Wow zappermac. Will you post some pics once it's out of the box and powered on please!! Along with your impressions. Mine isn't due until Friday! I'm away all week for work. Longest wait ever!!



Sure will do that friend

Wow, amazing deal. Have some heat!

Not an item you are likely to return though check out the returns policy, I refuse to buy from any company with such a high restocking fee.

Where does it say HDR compatible?





http://i.imgur.com/aAVNNp8.jpg

But locally only? Does that mean no HDR through Netflix etc and only through USB?

https://imgur.com/a/sPfKr just got it


Can you confirm that actually got HDR ?

Can you take photo of product label - obviously hide serial number.

Cheers

http://i.imgur.com/RM3cO98.png

i have the 65 curved one its fantastic picture for the price




The middle icon at the bottom of the box!

I'm not sure 65" is going to be big enough with your eyesight! X)

I'm sure most people are hearing HDR as the next buzzword and wanting it even if they don't know what it is. This is what HDR is and means >

trustedreviews.com/opi…ned

My limited experience with ao.com is that they expect everyone to buy on credit and to take extended warranty. They will robustly defend any attempt to manage their expectation!

Oh, and what happened to 3D?
Edited by: "markweatherill" 6th Jun 2016

I'm sure most people are hearing HDR as the next buzzword and wanting it … I'm sure most people are hearing HDR as the next buzzword and wanting it even if they don't know what it is. This is what HDR is and means >http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinions/hdr-tv-high-dynamic-television-explained



Yeah, Its not even a deal breaker for me personally. I'm happy without it for now. If its there, its a bonus!

Great price, personally going to wait for an uhd premium TV as don't trust this HDR 'locally' playback only.

I'm sure most people are hearing HDR as the next buzzword and wanting it … I'm sure most people are hearing HDR as the next buzzword and wanting it even if they don't know what it is. This is what HDR is and means >http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinions/hdr-tv-high-dynamic-television-explained



I have yet to jump on the HDR bandwagon as I'm yet to find a tv (been through the 4 sets my local richer sounds has) that when the colour profile for normal content is right it's way out with HDR content. Either the reds are over saturated or the blue depending on manufacturer.
Plus I'm not in any rush as there is virtually no content at the moment.

anyone knows what is the real refresh rate of this tv?

Richer Sound's specs suggest this doesn't have HDR. My opinion is that for a TV to have HDR functionality, then it should work with all sources. I would be disappointed to find out the HDR wouldn't work with the main sources of HDR material.

65k5510

Richer Sound's specs suggest this doesn't have HDR. My opinion is that … Richer Sound's specs suggest this doesn't have HDR. My opinion is that for a TV to have HDR functionality, then it should work with all sources. I would be disappointed to find out the HDR wouldn't work with the main sources of HDR material.65k5510



HDR os Local only I believe so from your own sources I guess. Downloads/USB etc.

Any one has experience the difference between 4K and HDR?
And any idea how this TV is compare to Samsung UE65KU6000KXXU both have HDR and are 4K. I am confuse which one to go for?
Is it worth paying extra for HDR the or it isn't going to be as big hit as 4K?
Please advise.

Any one has experience the difference between 4K and HDR?And any idea how … Any one has experience the difference between 4K and HDR?And any idea how this TV is compare to Samsung UE65KU6000KXXU both have HDR and are 4K. I am confuse which one to go for?Is it worth paying extra for HDR the or it isn't going to be as big hit as 4K?Please advise.



"Any one has experience the difference between 4K and HDR?"

Invalid question, 4K is a resolution. HDR means High Dynamic Range and is the enhanced colour profile capability of the TV.

There is no choice between 4K and HDR as a comparison, you can't compare two entirely dissimilar entities. You can have a 4K TV without HDR or a 4K TV with HDR. HDR is not a resolution there is no comparison to be made with 4K. HDR has an association with 4K.

"Is it worth paying extra for HDR the or it isn't going to be as big hit as 4K?"

Again invalid question. 4K states the resolution of the TV, HDR states that the TV is able to show an enhanced colour profile.

To answer whether you should get a HDR capable 4K TV, then it's early days and there's not much content out there. If you wish to get an HDR capable TV then make sure it's standardised to "Ultra HD Premium".

Edited by: "fishmaster" 6th Jun 2016

Fishmaster, thank you for explaining as I was not sure what the difference was.

fishmaster

"Any one has experience the difference between 4K and HDR?"Invalid … "Any one has experience the difference between 4K and HDR?"Invalid question, 4K is a resolution. HDR means High Dynamic Range and is the enhanced colour profile capability of the TV. There is no choice between 4K and HDR as a comparison, you can't compare two entirely dissimilar entities. You can have a 4K TV without HDR or a 4K TV with HDR. HDR is not a resolution there is no comparison to be made with 4K. HDR has an association with 4K."Is it worth paying extra for HDR the or it isn't going to be as big hit as 4K?"Again invalid question. 4K states the resolution of the TV, HDR states that the TV is able to show an enhanced colour profile. To answer whether you should get a HDR capable 4K TV, then it's early days and there's not much content out there. If you wish to get an HDR capable TV then make sure it's standardised to "Ultra HD Premium".



Thanks mate
But still couple of questions
1- is it better picture quality on tv with HDR compare to just normal 4K tv. I mean does the HDR really make difference in quality or it is just another way of giving fancy name and selling product. (Of course when playing HDR contents)
2- is it going to be big hit or not. Just wanted to be future proof. Of course on one can predict future but an opinion would be nice.

https://www.avforums.com/threads/hisense-he65k5510uwts-owners-thread.2032992/page-2

Video on here of an unboxing set up, might help a few

nice price

Any one has experience the difference between 4K and HDR?And any idea how … Any one has experience the difference between 4K and HDR?And any idea how this TV is compare to Samsung UE65KU6000KXXU both have HDR and are 4K. I am confuse which one to go for?Is it worth paying extra for HDR the or it isn't going to be as big hit as 4K?Please advise.



If you're asking these questions, you don't need it

Heads up, GET40 voucher has expired.

On their specification page it says it is NOT a HDR tv? is it a type error ?

Original Poster

Heads up, GET40 voucher has expired.



Updated price to reflect GET30 instead of GET40 code. Still a bargain if you have an old tv to trade in and don’t forget Quidco!

I bought one about a month ago from AO,never took extended warrenty or credit & never had any pressure from them,also the sound from this TV is very good.

Hi does anyone know the measurement between the feet on the stand? I really fancy this but wanted to check if I would also need a new stand. Cheers

https://imgur.com/a/sPfKr just got it


Hi mate
You wrote on avforums abut amazon app.

Can confirm please that there is fully working Amazon prime video app ?

Reason I'm asking is they have been working on it since 6 moths or so.
Release day been pushed week by week.

Cheers

teddybeers

Hi mateYou wrote on avforums abut amazon app.Can confirm please that … Hi mateYou wrote on avforums abut amazon app.Can confirm please that there is fully working Amazon prime video app ?Reason I'm asking is they have been working on it since 6 moths or so.Release day been pushed week by week.Cheers



Yes mate. Amazon is great . Fully functional, love it. The App Store has around 75apps so far.

tiffaj

Hi does anyone know the measurement between the feet on the stand? I … Hi does anyone know the measurement between the feet on the stand? I really fancy this but wanted to check if I would also need a new stand. Cheers



It's too big. My current stand won't fit. It's defiantly around 4feet apart. But if you want I can measure this evening.
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