Hisense 65K5510 65" 4k tv with 6 year Warranty included! £799 @ Richer Sounds
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Hisense 65K5510 65" 4k tv with 6 year Warranty included! £799 @ Richer Sounds

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Found 9th Jun 2016
Seems like a better deal then the AO deal when you take into account the six year warranty! Also 6 month interest free credit.

Absolute steal at this price. *note the £100 price drop in Richer Sounds*
This is the 2016 model

UHD 4K is at its best on larger screens, which makes the Hisense 65K5510 a big-screen bargain that's too good to miss.

Big screen value
At a price point where most TVs offer a screen size of between 48-55", this Hisense hits out with a hefty 65" screen. This makes all the difference, especially with films, where this size of screen truly immerses you in the picture. Thanks to 4K UHD resolution, you can also sit closer than a conventional FHD TV, making a big screen a far more realistic proposition in a smaller room than ever before.

Fantastically detailed 4K UHD on the big screen
The bigger the screen the greater the difference 4K UHD makes, so on this 65" stunner, it's a big difference. With four times the resolution of Full 1080p HD, 4K (UHD) TV offers stunning detail and resolution for totally life-like realism. Even without a native 4K UHD signal, UHD upscaling means that you can scale up an ordinary HD signal to make the best of the screen. Get Netflix 4K or other 4K content and the image just keeps getting better.

Powerful processing
Packing a Quad Core processor, the Hisense is a powerful performer with Smart content, too. Connect up to your home network by Ethernet or Wi-Fi and enjoy access to a wide range of apps including favourites such as Netflix, YouTube and Twitter. A built-in web browser and DLNA compatibility lets you browse and stream to your heart's content.

Fully connected
With four HDMI sockets, the 65K5510 easily copes with the most complex home entertainment systems. Two of these sockets are the latest HDMI 2.0 version with HDCP 2.2, making this TV compatible with the latest UHD Blu-ray (non-HDR playback) and streaming services. Other connections include no fewer than three USB sockets, one of which is the latest USB 3.0 version for a high speed link. Throw in an optical connection for a soundbar/base and you've got everything you need in a 4K TV.

Fantastic Freeview HD
It might be some way behind 4K, but Freeview HD is still a huge step-up on regular Freeview TV. If you're not using Sky, Virgin, BT or another digital TV provider, Freeview HD is the way to go for free-to-access digital TV through your existing aerial. Compared to standard Freeview, images are far more detailed, with rich colour and enhanced realism.

PVR USB
One of the USB sockets lets you connect up a USB memory stick to use as a PVR. PVR stands for Personal Video Recorder and lets you record TV programmes via the set's Electronic Programme Guide. It can also pause live TV - just like a subscription based set-top box.

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Already posted im afraid.

...But the post has disappeared!? I was literally reading it this morning. Had me hooked, because I remember thinking "Ooo, Edge 4K"

...But the post has disappeared!? I was literally reading it this … ...But the post has disappeared!? I was literally reading it this morning. Had me hooked, because I remember thinking "Ooo, Edge 4K"


hotukdeals.com/dea…098

My god, my retinas are burning with the 55" LG, I would love this but the pain would be too much

Crazy price for a 65" tv, has Amazon 4K and Netflix 4K and runs android unlike last years models.

A guy on AVforums has done a small video of his.

Crazy price for a 65" tv, has Amazon 4K and Netflix 4K and runs android … Crazy price for a 65" tv, has Amazon 4K and Netflix 4K and runs android unlike last years models.A guy on AVforums has done a small video of his.


Would you be able to post a link? TIA

isn't this a rubbish make never heard of em.

You could get a proper one for that price. Sony or Samsung or Panasonic or Philips.

isn't this a rubbish make never heard of em.


Sighhhhhh

im looking at buying a 4k tv at the moment seen a 55inch lg tv are these hisense tvs any good

You could get a proper one for that price. Sony or Samsung or Panasonic … You could get a proper one for that price. Sony or Samsung or Panasonic or Philips.



Uh, link?

Sighhhhhh



To be fair I thought the same thing.
Quick google for a review on the make and I find this on another, smaller tv they have made

"...suggest that the TV is choking on some of the codecs required for 4K/60fps playback. "

televisions.reviewed.com/con…iew

You could get a proper one for that price. Sony or Samsung or Panasonic … You could get a proper one for that price. Sony or Samsung or Panasonic or Philips.




TV snobs are becoming as annoying as wine snobs. I bet if everything was covered up except the screens on all those TVs you mention plus the Hisense one you wouldn't be able to pick out which were the supposedly superior ones. A bit like wine snobs never agreeing to a blind taste test for entirely obvious reasons but with this one your eyes remain 100% open.
Edited by: "bellboys" 9th Jun 2016

Would you be able to post a link? TIA



Video of it in action is on third page, for some reason it's unlisted on youtube.
avforums.com/thr…92/

Getting so confusing with these hisense models, this is the one with no HDR right?

I can't really see what you would really want something like this over some like:
johnlewis.com/joh…498

Yes it's 10" smaller, but you at least get a decent quality IPS panel for £150 less.

This Hisense TV is likely to have a TN panel, at best it will look reasonable head on, but look at it at any other angle and it will likely look terrible, defeating any use for this size screen.

Only reason I can see for really wanting this is to be able to say you have a slightly bigger screen than your neighbour.

shahidali47

isn't this a rubbish make never heard of em.



Obviously not keyed up on tv manufacturers if you have never heard of them !

Original Poster

sweetpea10

Obviously not keyed up on tv manufacturers if you have never heard of … Obviously not keyed up on tv manufacturers if you have never heard of them !


They are one of the main sponsors for Euro 2016 aswell!

No way I would be splashing out on a new television unless it had HDR.I have seen HDR demos and the quality of image is incredible.

joesmith1992

I can't really see what you would really want something like this over … I can't really see what you would really want something like this over some like:http://www.johnlewis.com/john-lewis-55jl9100-led-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-55-with-freeview-hd-and-built-in-wi-fi/p1993498Yes it's 10" smaller, but you at least get a decent quality IPS panel for £150 less.This Hisense TV is likely to have a TN panel, at best it will look reasonable head on, but look at it at any other angle and it will likely look terrible, defeating any use for this size screen.Only reason I can see for really wanting this is to be able to say you have a slightly bigger screen than your neighbour.



​Haha you're seriously comparing a nasty IPS 55" with grey blacks to a 65" Hisense with a VA panel and jet black blacks?

shahidali47

isn't this a rubbish make never heard of em.



Euro 2016 Sponsor >

uefa.com/uef…tml

Hinsense Co Ltd >

Founded September 1969; 46 years ago

Revenue US$15.04 billion (2013)

Hisense has 13 manufacturing facilities in China (located in the provinces/cities of: Guangdong, Guizhou, Huzhou, Jiangsu, Liaoning, Linyi, Shandong, Sichuan, Yangzhou, Yingkou, Xinjiang, Zibo and the municipality of Beijing) and several outside of China, namely in Hungary, South Africa, Egypt, Algeria, France and Mexico.

Edited by: "fishmaster" 9th Jun 2016

I am really interested in this but have not bought a tv in ages, how good is this brand? Would you recommend it? It's an absolut steal.

nokmondoo

​Haha you're seriously comparing a nasty IPS 55" with grey blacks to a 6 … ​Haha you're seriously comparing a nasty IPS 55" with grey blacks to a 65" Hisense with a VA panel and jet black blacks?



IPS beats VA any day, far more accurate. Is this even a VA panel? I'd guess it was a TN.
Also, jet black blacks on a VA panel? No. Only OLED displays will give you jet black blacks.

Some people shouldn't be allowed a keyboard let alone a computer to access the internet...
Isn't this a rubbish TV?
Never heard of them
Why would you want a Hisense over this 55" blah blah blah
You're all correct ... Corrie will still look sh**e on what ever you buy
Now let the grown ups discuss the deals to be had on products they're aware off

Milko13

Some people shouldn't be allowed a keyboard let alone a computer to … Some people shouldn't be allowed a keyboard let alone a computer to access the internet...Isn't this a rubbish TV?Never heard of themWhy would you want a Hisense over this 55" blah blah blahYou're all correct ... Corrie will still look sh**e on what ever you buyNow let the grown ups discuss the deals to be had on products they're aware off




Err, because it isn't a particularly good deal? Just giving our opinions on it? Informing people of possibly better options? Isn't that what the comments are for? Or should all 'deals' posted just get a million degrees heat and no comments or discussions should be held on them?

If you disagree with someone's comments, say why. Have a discussion...

Original Poster

For this kind of money for this size of tv with a guarantee like that, please feel free to share any better deals

joesmith1992

Err, because it isn't a particularly good deal? Just giving our opinions … Err, because it isn't a particularly good deal? Just giving our opinions on it? Informing people of possibly better options? Isn't that what the comments are for? Or should all 'deals' posted just get a million degrees heat and no comments or discussions should be held on them?If you disagree with someone's comments, say why. Have a discussion...


guys the newer model is meant to be out this month with hdr (through HDMI not local). Well... hopefully hdr out of the box and not waiting for firmware update. don't think Netflix is 4k yet on these TVs locally

"Hisense is rubbish, get a Sony" will be the new "Onkyo? Rubbish! Get a Sony".
People need to realise that Hisense is not like an Argos own brand, it's good quality stuff.
HOT!

This is a good brand. More popular than Sony in countries such as China.

I have the 55" model. My ps4 looks fantastic on it. As does YouTube 4K. I have a couple of 2015 LG's (43") and the picture compares favourably.
Next months update will bring with it, many new features.

ricky7

For this kind of money for this size of tv with a guarantee like that, … For this kind of money for this size of tv with a guarantee like that, please feel free to share any better deals



There's more to a TV than it's size and guarantee period. I've just pointed this out and make a suggestion of what else to look at.

If all you want is to say you have a 65" 4k TV then go for this. I just can't see there being many situations where this is the best TV to go for, that's all I'm saying.

Also, this applies to any brand not just hisense, Samsung's cheapest 65" TV probably isn't any better than this and you'd be better off with a 55" with a higher quality panel in most situations. I just bought a different Hisense product so I'm not against the brand itself.

joesmith1992

IPS beats VA any day, far more accurate. Is this even a VA panel? I'd … IPS beats VA any day, far more accurate. Is this even a VA panel? I'd guess it was a TN.Also, jet black blacks on a VA panel? No. Only OLED displays will give you jet black blacks.



​Ok, I'll bow to your expertise haha. Google VA panel with micro dimming you might learn something...

Are Hisense the best manufacturer out there - No
Do they make good TVs that are feature packed and excellent value for money - Yes

So, let's say your budget was £750-800. You really would like a minimum of a 55" screen and 4K with HDR if possible.

Well, you could buy the 2015 LG 55UF860V which has a 10bit IPS panel with LGs version of quantum dot technology and which is capable of HDR via streaming or USB for £749 from Richer Sounds with a 6 year warranty and the widely lauded WebOS and Magic remote...
OR
You could buy a still very good 4K TV with a lot of features, but a 65" screen for £799 - IE this Hisense.

At the end of the day, that sort of decision is personal choice. (Heated)

As far as the debate about IPS or VA panels, well that is also a matter of choice, IPS is much better at viewing angles and a good one, well set up is in likely to be a very good screen indeed. VA is better at blacks, but not very clever at viewing angles. It is not a case of VA is better, IMO.
Edited by: "janner43" 9th Jun 2016

Its from Richer Sounds and with a 6 year guarantee chucked in you canna go wrong folks.

shak

You could get a proper one for that price. Sony or Samsung or Panasonic … You could get a proper one for that price. Sony or Samsung or Panasonic or Philips.


Really?

Go on then post the links.

Btw Phillips TV's are not the same as old by now, they are built under brand licence in the Far East!

I do love all the experts that come on these threads to say these are rubbish and its not a good deal X)
I bet not one of you have seen this model in the flesh, Yet there you go giving your expert opinions oO

Hisense are a well regarded brand, Nobody could have guessed how samsung would take over the tv market but they did!

And before you try giving me your spill, I currently have a 2015 55JL9000 as my main set which was a surprise for me as I have always purchased expensive sets previously (I loved the look and soundbar stand). I have owned panasonic panels, last gen Pioneer Kuro (which was amazing), High end samsungs ect. These all get calibrated.
Generally buy a new set every 12-18 months and I had a 42" plasma as soon as they became available really, So I have had a few sets!

I would have no issue buying one of these except for the fact there seem to be some QC issues, But when you are paying these prices you have to expect them. Not much of an issue when you can return for a new set though.

I do not doubt it would fare well against LG sets, Black levels are not good on my JL but the PQ makes up for it.

So my point is....Please stop saying these are rubbish when you have no idea what you are talking about. They are far superior to supermarket brands yet similar prices. They have also lowered the price of premium brands, Its a win win situation

I'm not an AV guru like so many peeps on here proclaim to be...I am however a consumer of TVs and a listener. Buying a TV, regardless of manufacturer, model or price is a bit of a crap shoot. Today's best manufacturer are tomorrow's worst (failing to update promised software, changing factories / panel suppliers, poor warranties etc), you can pay the most but get the one with the duff technology (great 3D but rubbish frame smoothing) and difficult to review (as different suppliers often have slightly different specs).
Hisense are a huge supplier of mid-level kit. Their lower cost of R&D, manufacturing base and hunger to grow enable them to operate at a lower price point. Their innards are good but lack the smooth / comprehensive Smart TV OS you may find in most other brands (updates may or may not arrive).

markianedwards

I have the 55" model. My ps4 looks fantastic on it. As does YouTube 4K. I … I have the 55" model. My ps4 looks fantastic on it. As does YouTube 4K. I have a couple of 2015 LG's (43") and the picture compares favourably. Next months update will bring with it, many new features.


Do you have a link to the update details?

HDR is a much more important thing to have than 4k from what I've read and I have a 4k TV (not HDR). Not a massive difference to 1080p
Edited by: "mjayna270" 9th Jun 2016

ricky7

They are one of the main sponsors for Euro 2016 aswell!


growing everyday. X)
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