Hisense 65xt910 curved 4K uled 3D smart tv 65 inch FALD £1999  at tesco.com or pricematch at John Lewis
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Hisense 65xt910 curved 4K uled 3D smart tv 65 inch FALD £1999 at tesco.com or pricematch at John Lewis

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Found 3rd Dec 2015
Might be worth putting in a pm at John Lewis if your prefer jl got mine accepted so 5 year warranty

The XT910 is Hisense’s flagship TV. Fusing a 4K ultra-high definition picture quality with ULED screen enhancing tech, you’ll be truly captivated by the abundance of entertainment displayed across the 65-inch screen. Its screen is even curved for total immersion. And content can be enjoyed in 3D if it suits too.
Large curved screen
The curved screen of the 65-inch ULED TV wraps around you for an immersive viewing experience. Improving the viewing angle, reflecting less glare from the windows and displaying a stunning edge-to-edge picture, this curved television will bring out the very best in your favourite games, movies and programmes.
4K & ULED tech
By combining a picture resolution, which is four times the number of pixels than traditional 1080p HDTVs, and one of the latest picture enhancing technologies, you’ll experience a very high picture quality indeed.
ULED (Ultra LED) encompasses a wealth of additional TV tech which goes beyond the original 4K UHD package. Quantum dot technology creates a wider colour gamut by enhancing colours, bringing the picture into a spectrum of more life-like colours. A FALD (full array local dimming) with 240 local dimming zones makes for better blacks for an exceptional picture depth. And support for HDR (high dynamic range) elevates the contrast range with improved whites and highlights.
4K upscaling
This high spec picture quality can be experienced across a range of broadcasts, movies, sports and more thanks to 4K upscaling. By boosting lower resolution entertainment to a near 4K quality, whatever you watch on the big screen will be truly immersive.
Smart functionality
With built in Wi-Fi, this Hisense 4K ultra-high definition TV has access to all the latest apps, TV and video on demand. Catch up on the shows you have missed with BBC iPlayer, 4oD, ITV Player, Demand 5 and more. You can even stream Ultra HD movies and TV shows through Netflix and Amazon’s subscription services. Or browse YouTube for the latest online sensations.
PVR (personal video recorder) ready
With a PVR built in to your Hisense TV, you can record TV programmes on to a memory stick or hard drive by plugging in through a USB port. Neither the picture, nor sound, quality is affected so it’s just as good as watching live TV.
And when the time comes to catch up on your recorded shows, simply connect the memory stick or hard drive to one of the USB ports.
Active 3D
Become comfortably mesmerized in a 3D cinema experience. And with 2D to 3D conversion, the 65XT910 will even turn content into more true to life images for the whole family to enjoy.
Active 3D glasses sold separately
Well connected
The 65XT910 offers a range of connections so you can get the very best from your 4K viewing experience. With ports including HDMI 2.0, HEVC and USB 3.0, you can play true 4K content at 60fps via streaming or via HDMI and USB inputs.
This set even features a DVB-S (satellite) port which means that it can be connected to a satellite without the need for a set top box.
Freeview HD
Get some of the UK’s favourite TV channels in high definition, subscription free. Channels include BBC One HD, BBC Two HD, ITV HD, Channel 4 HD as well as BBC Three HD, BBC Four HD, BBC News HD, CBeebies HD & CBBC HD for free. You can also access up to 60 standard definition Freeview digital TV channels and 25 radio stations.
Perfect partners
With TVs getting slimmer and built-in speakers getting smaller, choosing the right sound system is more important than ever. Soundbars enhance your TVs sound quality and add that extra audio punch to all your movies, games and TV programmes. More affordable and easier to set up than a full size speaker system, they don’t compromise on quality either.

21 Comments

Original Poster

I knew I should of posted a techwood or lloytron or fidelity or another outstanding cheap n nasty tv and yes like the murphys I am bitter

I feel your pain after my LG OLED deal went Siberian...

This or a 55 in LG Oled the best TV you can buy?think i will sacrifice the 10 inch bigger cheap nasty TV. OP i have to ask have you been smoking drugs you think that this is a good buy for 2 grand.

Cold

Original Poster

polly69

This or a 55 in LG Oled the best TV you can buy?think i will sacrifice … This or a 55 in LG Oled the best TV you can buy?think i will sacrifice the 10 inch bigger cheap nasty TV. OP i have to ask have you been smoking drugs you think that this is a good buy for 2 grand.Cold


Where's the not sure if serious gif

lol I think it was serious?! This TV is awesome for the money. Hot deal

Original Poster

jonsco1

lol I think it was serious?! This TV is awesome for the money. Hot deal


I know mate 10 bit panel 240 local dimming zones and FALD and HDR coming in a very soon update no clouding no dse same if not better spec than the sammy 9500 and that's £4000 what more do you want ,I still want an oled though

polly69

This or a 55 in LG Oled the best TV you can buy?think i will sacrifice … This or a 55 in LG Oled the best TV you can buy?think i will sacrifice the 10 inch bigger cheap nasty TV. OP i have to ask have you been smoking drugs you think that this is a good buy for 2 grand.Cold



I presume that you aren't a follower of what goes on in AV circles? As far as I can see, Hisense are a big hitter and this particular TV is causing a stir.

I am reminded of being laughed at for buying milwaukee drills by a chap who had never heard of them and was using a £20 stanley drill. Stanley is a good name, never even heard of milwaukee...

the porter

I know mate 10 bit panel 240 local dimming zones and FALD and HDR coming … I know mate 10 bit panel 240 local dimming zones and FALD and HDR coming in a very soon update no clouding no dse same if not better spec than the sammy 9500 and that's £4000 what more do you want ,I still want an oled though


Lol I'd take a punt on one of these I think.

This should be in HUKDFS ( hot uk deals for sheikhs)

http://i50.tinypic.com/263dboj.jpg

Great Spec. SO tempting.
HDR prices will fall quick next hear in the post 4k marketing campaigns.
But the features and spec on this are great.
Brand is gaining a good reputation too.

If I could find similar price elsewhere with a 5-6 year warranty could be tempting
Edited by: "GPDawes" 3rd Dec 2015

Original Poster

GPDawes

Great Spec. SO tempting.HDR prices will fall quick next hear in the post … Great Spec. SO tempting.HDR prices will fall quick next hear in the post 4k marketing campaigns.But the features and spec on this are great.Brand is gaining a good reputation too.If I could find similar price elsewhere with a 5-6 year warranty could be tempting


Put a pm in at John Lewis

polly69

This or a 55 in LG Oled the best TV you can buy?think i will sacrifice … This or a 55 in LG Oled the best TV you can buy?think i will sacrifice the 10 inch bigger cheap nasty TV. OP i have to ask have you been smoking drugs you think that this is a good buy for 2 grand.Cold



Sorry, but if you don't know what you're talking about then don't comment. This TV and the technology behind it are getting a lot of attention from the people who are in the know.

Hopefully the majority of people who would spend £2k on a TV will be enthusiasts who do their research.

Original Poster

I've just got a price match at John Lewis on this TV So 5 year warranty included £1999 del

£1,842.99 here with a discount available if you use facebook or twitter,

ilgs.net/his…LUA

Would be nice if JL matched the discounted price. I may just justify it then.

Just checked the spec and the pedigree of the company and all looks very good. As an early adopter I would buy one (too late as I have already bought a Panasonic 4K over a year ago) but the spec of this is pretty awesome.

Just noted the power consumption seems quite high to me anyway @ 285W
Although not sure you can trust Samsung's power stats.

my current 40" Sony is 76w , guess HDR uses more power to make the picture brighter.
Edited by: "GPDawes" 3rd Dec 2015

Should be hot. Everything I have read about this set is excellent, unfortunately my budget is south of £1k.

Ah man, I was going to go for a Sony BRAVIA KD65X8509C.

Can anyone advise which is the better TV?

I have been looking at the non curved 65" without HDR( a lot less money I know). I use Amazon prime, it says they will or are streaming HDR, this artical 4k.com/a-c…-2/ thinks HDR is the way to go? Opinions?

maclennanneil

Ah man, I was going to go for a Sony BRAVIA KD65X8509C.Can anyone advise … Ah man, I was going to go for a Sony BRAVIA KD65X8509C.Can anyone advise which is the better TV?



​Im a big Sony fan, but my money would go on the Hisense for its local dimming, HDR and motion control.

quadpatch

​Im a big Sony fan, but my money would go on the Hisense for its local d … ​Im a big Sony fan, but my money would go on the Hisense for its local dimming, HDR and motion control.



Thanks buddy.
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