Hisense 65k5510 a massive 65" 4K TV for £720 with code @ ao.com
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Hisense 65k5510 a massive 65" 4K TV for £720 with code @ ao.com

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Found 15th Jun 2016
This went pretty hot at £799 earlier in the week and ao.com now have a 10% off all Hisense TVs over £299 bringing this down to £720! Code is HISENSETV10

The last thread was here hotukdeals.com/dea…479

There was some useful discussion and links in the comments, including owner pics and views when they bought the set.
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I would buy this if it wasn't with such an awful company
The code is: hisensetv10.
£719.10 is almost as low as the £30 off plus £50 trade in price- just with a code!
YouTube review here too youtu.be/i_4…GgM
AO.com were excellent with TV returns but a lot of people on various technology forums having issues now it seems.
Would rather the 6 year warranty as richer sounds did
Flipping heck, how big must people's living rooms be? I can see this working in a commercial setting though, because after all you're only really going to notice the 4k / HD difference when you get closer than two metres away.
For 4K you really need a size like this to get the benefits. No point having a 40" 4K tv then sitting quite far away.
Hisense have an awful customer service. We're still waiting the update that was supposed to be out by March to have Youtube in 4K on the K321 series.
does this set support HDR?

edit: just checked and it doesn't so what's the point buying old technology.
Edited by: "paulj48" 15th Jun 2016
If only I had space....
paulj48

does this set support HDR?edit: just checked and it doesn't so what's the … does this set support HDR?edit: just checked and it doesn't so what's the point buying old technology.


Whats the point in looking at massive TV's for under £800 and expecting the latest technology?
paulj48

does this set support HDR?edit: just checked and it doesn't so what's the … does this set support HDR?edit: just checked and it doesn't so what's the point buying old technology.



I guess that's why it's £720?

Still a lot of TV for the money if you want size over quality.
SeanUSX

Flipping heck, how big must people's living rooms be?



4m x 5m in my case. With a 65" TV mounted on the wall. Doesn't even seem big to me any more!

I can't say I know this panel, but one thing I will say with TV's this size is they show up the flaws in the picture more. So if this doesn't scale sub 4k stuff well, it's gonna look pretty rough.
dazco

Whats the point in looking at massive TV's for under £800 and expecting … Whats the point in looking at massive TV's for under £800 and expecting the latest technology?


because a lot of people unknowingly will see the 4K tag and think oh the latest and greatest TV technology but it will not be compatible with any HDR content e.g the new HDR Xbox one
Sackboy1

I guess that's why it's £720? Still a lot of TV for the money if you want … I guess that's why it's £720? Still a lot of TV for the money if you want size over quality.


It does support the HDR, but only for local not over HDMI
Whats it like for gaming? Whats the latency? Any game lag?
rambits

It does support the HDR, but only for local not over HDMI


so as much use as a chocolate teapot then
The HDR needs to be standardised, if it's not the standardised version branded 'Ultra HD Premium' then don't buy the TV if you want a proper HDR implementation.

http://www.whathifi.com/advice/ultra-hd-premium-what-are-specs-which-tvs-support-it

Ultra HD Premium branding means the TV is capable of a standardised HDR implementation and therefore does HDR properly according to the standard. Of course many manufacturers can do their own implementation which may or may not be as good as the standard of which there is conformity in the specification.

Here's the logo you should look for >

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/03542/ultra-hd_3542296b.jpg

Edited by: "fishmaster" 15th Jun 2016
Getting better and better value every post!
In case you missed in other AO threads, I won't buy until this is fixed...

*If you've used the product (switched the TV on)

We're happy for you to unpack the item and inspect it properly, however, if you've used or installed it, we will only make a partial refund to cover the loss in value of the product. Please note, this could be up to 50% of the price of the item. Your refund will be made within 14 days of collection.

This may not be legal though it is happening.
I bought the 58" one last week with the discount codes and cashback we paid just under £500. The build quality is excellent and 4k and 3d works amazing. I've only ever owned Panasonic or Samsung previously and am that impressed with these tvs I'm going to buy the 65 in a couple months and put this 1 in the bedroom.
damadgeruk

In case you missed in other AO threads, I won't buy until this is … In case you missed in other AO threads, I won't buy until this is fixed...*If you've used the product (switched the TV on)We're happy for you to unpack the item and inspect it properly, however, if you've used or installed it, we will only make a partial refund to cover the loss in value of the product. Please note, this could be up to 50% of the price of the item. Your refund will be made within 14 days of collection.This may not be legal though it is happening.



​Buy on your credit card for section 75 cover and you can reclaim the money.
superyiddo

​Buy on your credit card for section 75 cover and you can reclaim the m … ​Buy on your credit card for section 75 cover and you can reclaim the money.


Better still, buy from RS or somewhere that doesn't try to fleece customers whom may have a perfectly valid reason for returning a TV they have been unable to inspect before purchase.
Couldn't resist, bought fro AO with 10% off code.
I rang up Richer Sounds to order one of these, he said they had no stock and seemed very uninterested about taking an order.
I thought they employed sales staff
dazco

I would buy this if it wasn't with such an awful company



​think hisense are nailing it just now in reviews and stocked at john lewis. sponsoring euros so they're quite a developing company really...
kenco

Couldn't resist, bought fro AO with 10% off code.



Jealous!
wolf47wolf

​think hisense are nailing it just now in reviews and stocked at john l … ​think hisense are nailing it just now in reviews and stocked at john lewis. sponsoring euros so they're quite a developing company really...


Think they mean ao.com...
OOS
dazco

I would buy this if it wasn't with such an awful company



Never had any problems with AO, one of the best companies I've ever dealt with..................and I work for one of their rivals
kenco

Couldn't resist, bought fro AO with 10% off code.



I think I'm going to do the same, just have to measure up my room to try and fit it in...
Voted hot but why it was not added to the previous AO post I dont know. hotukdeals.com/dea…414

Looks like these hisense tv's are really trying to break into the UK market. I have only heard great things about the TV's After all most of the panels are made in the same ol factories and then forwarded on for badging etc
fishmaster

The HDR needs to be standardised, if it's not the standardised version … The HDR needs to be standardised, if it's not the standardised version branded 'Ultra HD Premium' then don't buy the TV if you want a proper HDR implementation.http://www.whathifi.com/advice/ultra-hd-premium-what-are-specs-which-tvs-support-itUltra HD Premium branding means the TV is capable of a standardised HDR implementation and therefore does HDR properly according to the standard. Of course many manufacturers can do their own implementation which may or may not be as good as the standard of which there is conformity in the specification.Here's the logo you should look for >


hello, i dont know if you'll see this comment or even reply but according to your comment about HDR... does that mean i shouldn't get this TV
http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/samsung/ue50ku6000/sams-ue50ku6000

The tv has been on HUKD before but voted cold for no apparent reason!

so thanks let me know!
Back in stock.
Looks like they expired the code- just tried to order but no go...
rudey_98

Looks like they expired the code- just tried to order but no go...


Yup, looks like you're right, ta for the heads up!
TheCreepster

Yup, looks like you're right, ta for the heads up!



Gutted though...
iz123456789

hello, i dont know if you'll see this comment or even reply but according … hello, i dont know if you'll see this comment or even reply but according to your comment about HDR... does that mean i shouldn't get this TV http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/samsung/ue50ku6000/sams-ue50ku6000The tv has been on HUKD before but voted cold for no apparent reason!so thanks let me know!



I don't know if the HDR implementation is good on that TV. See if you can find reviews online.
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