Hisense H65N6800 65" 4K HDR Smart Tv £829.00 Hughes with code
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Hisense H65N6800 65" 4K HDR Smart Tv £829.00 Hughes with code

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Found 21st Feb
EXTRA60 code for this price

John Lewis or Richersounds will price match this
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Spex of this TV deal

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AV Forums review 8/10:avforums.com/rev…726

Pros:
• Impressive black levels and contrast ratios
• Excellent greyscale and colour accuracy
• Good video processing
• Low input lag for gaming
• Plenty of features
• Solid build quality
• Competitive price [reviewed at £1,099 in July2017]

Cons
• Only two HDMI 2.0 inputs [plus two HDMI 1.4 inputs]
• HDR brightness limited
• Minor clouding on backlight
• Some bright edges with HDR
• Narrow optimal viewing angle

Best TV Picture Settings: avforums.com/thr…75/

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You can get this tv at Richer Sounds with 6 year guarantee for £899 I have this tv it’s ex
@Coollee if RicherSounds do price match with the Hughes code to £829 then I believe they'd knock an extra tenner off as well making it £819!

*edit to add* Yes just checked on their website and they promise to "Price Beat" by £10 for items costing between £301 and £1000 Richer Sounds Price Beat
Edited by: "DanManchester" 21st Feb
10% discount?
I've been tempted with this every time it's been on here.

I've got a non-4K Sony Bravia 65" TV at the moment with built in soundbar (called a "wedge" design I believe), and I sit around 7/8 foot away from the screen, I can't decide if 4K would be that much of an upgrade for me. Any tech wizards care to weigh in?

(note: I fully appreciate that 4K is superior, and my mum's is amazing, but i'm about 12 foot or more from her TV when sitting there, so genuinely wonder if I would benefit in my house)
JusticeForThe9610 m ago

I've been tempted with this every time it's been on here.I've got a non-4K …I've been tempted with this every time it's been on here.I've got a non-4K Sony Bravia 65" TV at the moment with built in soundbar (called a "wedge" design I believe), and I sit around 7/8 foot away from the screen, I can't decide if 4K would be that much of an upgrade for me. Any tech wizards care to weigh in?(note: I fully appreciate that 4K is superior, and my mum's is amazing, but i'm about 12 foot or more from her TV when sitting there, so genuinely wonder if I would benefit in my house)


Maybe the HDR would sway you? That is indeed noticeable.
DanManchester52 m ago

@Coollee if RicherSounds do price match with the Hughes code to £829 then …@Coollee if RicherSounds do price match with the Hughes code to £829 then I believe they'd knock an extra tenner off as well making it £819!*edit to add* Yes just checked on their website and they promise to "Price Beat" by £10 for items costing between £301 and £1000 Richer Sounds Price Beat


Luck of the draw if Richer sounds will price match as it also says must have warranty comparable with theirs.Site says add 267.50 for 5 year warranty so you will be Very Lucky to get a price match as that's definitely not comparable.
Edited by: "rickj" 21st Feb
tigzip11 m ago

Maybe the HDR would sway you? That is indeed noticeable.


It's one of the few options I would consider superior mate, but i'm not clever enough to know the differences between contrast ratio's and saturation and all that jazz
Ok so is it time to bite. Seems to have some great reviews but always respect responses and tekkies on here. Thought guys....??? Can you get much better for ur money. Says 10 but panel on their website too. Thanks in anticipation
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Abarry298 m ago

Ok so is it time to bite. Seems to have some great reviews but always …Ok so is it time to bite. Seems to have some great reviews but always respect responses and tekkies on here. Thought guys....??? Can you get much better for ur money. Says 10 but panel on their website too. Thanks in anticipation


8 bits + FRC
This or the LG 65uj630 Costco deal?
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Abarry2923 m ago

This or the LG 65uj630 Costco deal?


RGBW panel in LG which means not 4K really...
Thanks pavel76 for advice. Budget around 800 mark so this looks a winner up to now.
Tiptop spot on the price match @pavel76 Have some heat!
Abarry2923 m ago

Thanks pavel76 for advice. Budget around 800 mark so this looks a winner …Thanks pavel76 for advice. Budget around 800 mark so this looks a winner up to now.


+1
John Lewis just acknowledged & accepted their oricematch within 5 mins. Richersounds tried to talk me out of it for a £1000 LG instead. They said the pic wasnt v good on the hisense. Av forums have done a superb review of this tv with v good results. Google it
JusticeForThe966 h, 36 m ago

I've been tempted with this every time it's been on here.I've got a non-4K …I've been tempted with this every time it's been on here.I've got a non-4K Sony Bravia 65" TV at the moment with built in soundbar (called a "wedge" design I believe), and I sit around 7/8 foot away from the screen, I can't decide if 4K would be that much of an upgrade for me. Any tech wizards care to weigh in?(note: I fully appreciate that 4K is superior, and my mum's is amazing, but i'm about 12 foot or more from her TV when sitting there, so genuinely wonder if I would benefit in my house)



If you have the money then maybe but depends on what you watch and how much content there is in 4K not upscaled thou. Seeing your Mums is 4K then have you sat 12 foot away from hers and compared, you can ask all the techy's on here but your eyes are better than any one else.
How this compare to a mu7000 Sammy?
John Lewis wouldn't price match for me as they said their offer of 899 includes 5 yr warranty.

This is what they said:

In this instance I would like to inform you that our competitor’s price does not include the 5 year extended guarantee that is offered by us at John Lewis. Hughes offer the same 5 year guarantee plan for £267.50 which would raise the total price of the item to £1096.50 compared to our price of £899.00.
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ozzyhukd1 h, 14 m ago

John Lewis wouldn't price match for me as they said their offer of 899 …John Lewis wouldn't price match for me as they said their offer of 899 includes 5 yr warranty.This is what they said:In this instance I would like to inform you that our competitor’s price does not include the 5 year extended guarantee that is offered by us at John Lewis. Hughes offer the same 5 year guarantee plan for £267.50 which would raise the total price of the item to £1096.50 compared to our price of £899.00.


Just try again - it depends who's dealing with your request... or call Richersounds
Abarry2918 h, 59 m ago

Ok so is it time to bite. Seems to have some great reviews but always …Ok so is it time to bite. Seems to have some great reviews but always respect responses and tekkies on here. Thought guys....??? Can you get much better for ur money. Says 10 but panel on their website too. Thanks in anticipation



Well on top of the AVForums review (which regards it very well I thought), it's mentioned here too:
avforums.com/thr…04/


I'm holding out and hoping for it to drop below £800 in a few months. Not based on anything I know to be coming - just blind optimism. It does like a lot of TV for not a lot of money.
morrig17 h, 52 m ago

If you have the money then maybe but depends on what you watch and how …If you have the money then maybe but depends on what you watch and how much content there is in 4K not upscaled thou. Seeing your Mums is 4K then have you sat 12 foot away from hers and compared, you can ask all the techy's on here but your eyes are better than any one else.


Fair reply mate, appreciate it.

I'll actually nip round and move her couch so it's more similar to mine and watch a footy match or a film or something.

I've been tempted for a while, might well take the plunge now.
Waiting on a reply on John Lewis price match 🤞
Price match confirmed. Do I bite? Is £829 a good price on this and is it a good tv? I’ve read the avforums review which sounds positive. My concern is the size. It will be replacing a 48inch Panasonic plasma.
A friend sent his TV for repair at Hisense, the issue was not repaired but worse the screen was returned damaged. This wasn't caused in transit. But wait ..there's worse. Hisense has told him they'll do nothing about it. Their responses by email has been one-liner replies and there's a hint of arrogance too. My friend tells me his emails have all been polite. You might be wondering well there's surely a Hisense version, there must be a reason why they won't sort it out ..at least that's what I was wondering at first. But he has shown me their emails .. they don't give a reason. Just blunt sorry for the experience but there's nothing that can be done. He's now been talking with lawyers and ready to take them to court. I, for one, will stay away from Hisense .. Reading their emails and hearing the story made me angry even though it's not my TV and hope they get taught a good lesson.
Had it for 5 months now, love the TV, can't fault it
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