Hisense H65N5300UK 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £699 Amazon
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Hisense H65N5300UK 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £699 Amazon

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Found 25th MarEdited by:"png666"
It's not a very good buy as it consumes 185W an hour of electricity!!
After some thoughts it might not be that bad.

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My comment from an old Hisense thread:

Tips:
* Turn off/lower Noise reduction to remove/lessen ghosting
* Turn off/lower Ultra smooth motion to remove/lessen artefacts with fast moving objects
* Turn off/lower Adaptive contrast to remove/lessen blacks crushing detail
* Use PC/Game mode whenever possible and tweak the settings to your liking (I prefer turning up sharpness and saturation a little then choose warm)
* Format USB hard drives/memory sticks to NTFS so they will be recognised
* The telly will recognise most file formats saved in USB drives even 4K (Planet earth + Blue Planet recommneded)
* There are Hisense TV codes available for your Youview box/Sky/BT etc. that will enable you to control the box and the telly at the same time

Hisense 3 digit remote codes
759
Hisense 4 digit remote codes
0073, 0182, 0216, 0848, 0208, 0009, 0145, 0156, 0227, 0508, 0696, 0748, 0753, 0821, 1170, 0780
Hisense 5 digit remote codes
12183, 10748, 11758
Youview box codes
1363, 0073, 0054, 1314, 2098, 2037, 1243, 0208, 1772, 0122, 0124, 0753, 0860, 2341, 0896, 0087, 0376, 0046
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Why is this moderated?
a lot of places are selling this for that price,
i bought the 49" version for £349 a couple of months ago, i was watching the F1 yesterday and thought hmm, maybe i should have got the 65", so i had a look online and saw it was twice the price... so i thought maybe the 49" will be ok after all
Do you worry about how much electricity your PC uses like that? Xbox, Ps4 etc? Also W/h wtaf

Fag packet calculations

185W
Assuming 20p/kWh
Use 7 hours per day (obv not going to be that high)

Annual running cost under £95 which is around 96p per day!

Now for 99% of people you won't have it on 7 hours a day I was using that figure as itd be way higher & exaggerate that it's not very expensive to run. Also that figure is largely going to be rubbish because it'll vary by contrast, brightness & back-light settings as well as any other power saving features and to a lesser extent if you have extra processing turned on or off.
Edited by: "Rich44" 25th Mar
What's the normal watts per hour of a 65" TV then?
Well according to this 185W is reasonable I'm guessing those are old models hence the high figures.

displayspecifications.com/en/model-power-consumption/b10b41d

I'm sure there are many better too but a 65" TV is always going to need a fair whack of power anyway.

H65N6800 is supposed to be 130W
H65N5300 is listed as 135W and 166 kWh annually.
Edited by: "Rich44" 25th Mar
Voted hot . Good price and hdr
Got this telly for £599 from Costco. The best 65 inch telly you can get for the price.
What's the difference between this and the 6800?
wtw8 m ago

What's the difference between this and the 6800?


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Got this TV whilst it's not a match for the best lg TVs but for the money it's bleeding good. Unless you are prepared to pay £2000 for a 65 inch TV this is excellent.
nice spot
Rich444 h, 16 m ago

Well according to this 185W is reasonable I'm guessing those are old …Well according to this 185W is reasonable I'm guessing those are old models hence the high figures. displayspecifications.com/en/model-power-consumption/b10b41dI'm sure there are many better too but a 65" TV is always going to need a fair whack of power anyway.H65N6800 is supposed to be 130WH65N5300 is listed as 135W and 166 kWh annually.



The stated wattage is usually on to bright a setting for the normal room or persons like, my usual settings are about two thirds of the usual rated output no matter whether led or plasma sets .
On Amazon says 130 watts?
On-mode power consumption130 Watts
Edited by: "morrig" 25th Mar
I bought this TV a few weeks ago at Very for £645 delivered.
Really happy with it.
Does anyone know the ideal picture / sound settings for it?
What's this like with 4k material?
My comment from an old Hisense thread:

Tips:
* Turn off/lower Noise reduction to remove/lessen ghosting
* Turn off/lower Ultra smooth motion to remove/lessen artefacts with fast moving objects
* Turn off/lower Adaptive contrast to remove/lessen blacks crushing detail
* Use PC/Game mode whenever possible and tweak the settings to your liking (I prefer turning up sharpness and saturation a little then choose warm)
* Format USB hard drives/memory sticks to NTFS so they will be recognised
* The telly will recognise most file formats saved in USB drives even 4K (Planet earth + Blue Planet recommneded)
* There are Hisense TV codes available for your Youview box/Sky/BT etc. that will enable you to control the box and the telly at the same time

Hisense 3 digit remote codes
759
Hisense 4 digit remote codes
0073, 0182, 0216, 0848, 0208, 0009, 0145, 0156, 0227, 0508, 0696, 0748, 0753, 0821, 1170, 0780
Hisense 5 digit remote codes
12183, 10748, 11758
Youview box codes
1363, 0073, 0054, 1314, 2098, 2037, 1243, 0208, 1772, 0122, 0124, 0753, 0860, 2341, 0896, 0087, 0376, 0046
I really wish Vizio would hurry up & start selling over here.

They're the only quality tv manufacturer that seems to reduce costs by removing the tv tuner from their displays.

I have absolutely no use for a tuner in my display & I know of no-one who actually watches TV through the tuner, it really annoys me that more manufacturers dont do this.

Plus their prices are much lower for what you get.
How to decipher Hisense range numbers? What are the good, better, and best ranges? And what are the main differences?
Tempted to get a hisense as the prices are really good.
boonkoh49 m ago

How to decipher Hisense range numbers? What are the good, better, and best …How to decipher Hisense range numbers? What are the good, better, and best ranges? And what are the main differences? Tempted to get a hisense as the prices are really good.


Simple . Higher number better model
FoxForce54 h, 15 m ago

I really wish Vizio would hurry up & start selling over here.They're the …I really wish Vizio would hurry up & start selling over here.They're the only quality tv manufacturer that seems to reduce costs by removing the tv tuner from their displays.I have absolutely no use for a tuner in my display & I know of no-one who actually watches TV through the tuner, it really annoys me that more manufacturers dont do this.Plus their prices are much lower for what you get.



To right, mine has never had an aerial plugged into it - Just a PC

I wish they would do the same for the audio subsystem as well, I don't use it and just adds to bulk & cost.
Edited by: "png666" 25th Mar
morrig7 h, 27 m ago

The stated wattage is usually on to bright a setting for the normal room …The stated wattage is usually on to bright a setting for the normal room or persons like, my usual settings are about two thirds of the usual rated output no matter whether led or plasma sets .On Amazon says 130 watts? On-mode power consumption130 Watts

Manufacturer says:
  • Power Consumption
  • 185W

I was stunned when I saw the consumption for the 49"
  • Power Consumption
  • 100W

Wow my five year old 1080p 60" only consumes 100W!
Actually (just checked the manual (60")) 168W according to the maker but 100W according to AVForums
So who knows!
What is going on.

I've just edited the expire date because the deal is not a 'Deal of the Day' like I thought.

And I'm moderated.

I have been a member for 5 years, posted multiple deals and never had this - Which one of them has put you up to this?
HDR?
Rich4425th Mar

Do you worry about how much electricity your PC uses like that? Xbox, Ps4 …Do you worry about how much electricity your PC uses like that? Xbox, Ps4 etc? Also W/h wtafFag packet calculations185WAssuming 20p/kWhUse 7 hours per day (obv not going to be that high)Annual running cost under £95 which is around 96p per day!Now for 99% of people you won't have it on 7 hours a day I was using that figure as itd be way higher & exaggerate that it's not very expensive to run. Also that figure is largely going to be rubbish because it'll vary by contrast, brightness & back-light settings as well as any other power saving features and to a lesser extent if you have extra processing turned on or off.


I guess you mean 26p per day? If it’s £95 annually, otherwise at 96p you’re looking at £30 per month for running a tv
Rich4425th Mar

Do you worry about how much electricity your PC uses like that? Xbox, Ps4 …Do you worry about how much electricity your PC uses like that? Xbox, Ps4 etc? Also W/h wtafFag packet calculations185WAssuming 20p/kWhUse 7 hours per day (obv not going to be that high)Annual running cost under £95 which is around 96p per day!Now for 99% of people you won't have it on 7 hours a day I was using that figure as itd be way higher & exaggerate that it's not very expensive to run. Also that figure is largely going to be rubbish because it'll vary by contrast, brightness & back-light settings as well as any other power saving features and to a lesser extent if you have extra processing turned on or off.


Of course.

Currently undervolting CPU1, I need to check the ram now I've got new stuff to see if I can undervolt that.
With the RAM I got 8gig sticks replacing my 4gig sticks. I could have just got to more 4gig stick as I have 2 spare slot. However that would mean 4 sticks instead of 2 which I assume would use more electricity.

So I was well chuffed when I got Crucial Ballistix Tactical 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR3 1866 MT/s (PC3-14900) UDIMM 240-Pin - BLT2CP8G3D1869DT1TX0CEU for £55 in an amazon clich.

Smooth down from 1.62V to 1.5V

PC2 24/7
System drive 3.5"HD->2.5"HD->2.5" SSD, faster and cheaper
It's in use a lot as it the drive i save my unix distros the I download p2p.

Laptop
2.5"HD->2.5" 1Gig SSD, for speed and power usage.
It used to control a telescope, 3 cameras and process the incoming data, during the night.

The are lot of other reasons for the above but power consumption was swirled in there as well

Also I've not conected any optical disks to my computers to save power - I dig out my portable one on the rear occasions I need one.


Your 99% is worthless - Sorry.
Edited by: "png666" 28th Mar
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