Hisense H65N6800 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV £990 Del with code @ AO
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Hisense H65N6800 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV £990 Del with code @ AO

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Found 20th Aug
Hisense H65N6800 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Dark Grey use code HISENSE10

£1,099
was £1,399 *

Key Features
Certified 4K Ultra HD with 4K upscaling
HDR with streaming - enjoy lifelike colours & contrast
Smart TV - stream boxsets & films in Ultra HD 4K
Freeview HD - 70 free channels including 15 in HD
4 HDMI & 3 USB ports - plug in lots of devices at once
Product Overview
Make your movie nights epic with this 65 inch Ultra HD certified LED TV from Hisense. Upscaling technology enriches every scene with breath-taking details - whether it’s from a 4K stream or your favourite Blu-rays. HDR technology recreates images in a realistic range of rich colours and contrast – so you can enjoy movies just the way the director intended. Connect to your favourite on demand services with Smart TV features, or catch live TV through Freeview HD, with 70 subscription-free channels including 15 in HD. The 4 HDMI ports let you plug in games consoles and Blu-ray players while 3 USB ports give you the option to connect external drives to see your home movies on the big screen.

Top comments

Zameen16 m ago

Would never buy a cheap brand but then I went to a pub where they had a …Would never buy a cheap brand but then I went to a pub where they had a 65" Finlux tv was really amazed.


Most things look amazing after 5 pints or so.
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Original Poster

I'm looking to change my TV in the next few weeks, really want a 65" @ around this price I'd be grateful for any advice.

Try find a nice Samsung ue65ks9000 or 8000 on eBay, on a good day you can find a non rerurbished one for 1200,

Do I need, Do I want YES

Can anyone confirm whether its 1,000 nits or has a 10 bit panel? It really is important for anyone wanting the full premium HDR experience.

Would never buy a cheap brand but then I went to a pub where they had a 65" Finlux tv was really amazed.

FrugalFergal20 m ago

Can anyone confirm whether its 1,000 nits or has a 10 bit panel? It really …Can anyone confirm whether its 1,000 nits or has a 10 bit panel? It really is important for anyone wanting the full premium HDR experience.



displayspecifications.com/en/…bf8

8+FRC & 350. Best avoided.
Edited by: "collectorcol" 20th Aug

Zameen16 m ago

Would never buy a cheap brand but then I went to a pub where they had a …Would never buy a cheap brand but then I went to a pub where they had a 65" Finlux tv was really amazed.


Most things look amazing after 5 pints or so.

i saw a panasonic ex700 in argos, apart from the reflective screen i liked the picture it produced, but when i nip over to flatpanelshd, there i read this tv is only okay. the ptf 1080p philips i have only produces 350 nits yet when i was watching cape fear on tcm the other night, never mind the poor quality signal tcm send out, the image from the philips was great, lots of depth around the characters. i don't think everything we understand about tv's tells the whole story. the people at flatpanelshd spend all their time watching better quality than most of us can afford and accordingly their standards of acceptance are higher. might be worth a look there for some information also i think john lewis had this one, perhaps they'll price match

collectorcol1 h, 13 m ago

http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/4562bf88+FRC & 350. Best …http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/4562bf88+FRC & 350. Best avoided.


TVs | N6800 - Hisense
Boosted brightness of up to 450 nits complements HDR's ability to produce a wider range of colours. HDR Plus not only dramatically enhances detail...

Pretty sure its 450 nits, but still well below the HDR certified level, I think the sweet spot for this TV is between £700 - £800

grahamsomerset5 h, 26 m ago

I'm looking to change my TV in the next few weeks, really want a 65" @ …I'm looking to change my TV in the next few weeks, really want a 65" @ around this price I'd be grateful for any advice.


Think the best value is around the 55" mark

Make sure you get one with decent sound or you'll need a soundbar

does anyone know what the Sky code for 55m7000 is?

thomps1211 h, 22 m ago

TVs | N6800 - Hisensehttps://hisense.co.uk/electronics/tvs/n6800Boosted …TVs | N6800 - Hisensehttps://hisense.co.uk/electronics/tvs/n6800Boosted brightness of up to 450 nits complements HDR's ability to produce a wider range of colours. HDR Plus not only dramatically enhances detail...


It's 350. 'Boosted' is another way of confusing potential customers.
The M7000 is 420.

As above, do you really need 65"?
55" and an extra few hundred will buy you a really nice set, ie OLED.

Original Poster

Decorating the lounge currently have an LG with screen burn, space on the wall would fit a 65" perfect

Original Poster

Re above comment, promised wife big TV not really negotiable anymore

Zameen3 h, 54 m ago

Would never buy a cheap brand but then I went to a pub where they had a …Would never buy a cheap brand but then I went to a pub where they had a 65" Finlux tv was really amazed.



I have a finlux 49" i i bought from adeal on here but i prefer my 6 year old sony 47" the only downside is the sony doesn't have Netflix but the picture is better on the sony

The Apps are shocking on the Hisense range.

Best to get the hisense TVs for the picture quality first.

Picked up a H55M7000 for 600 on CPC. On par with the K55S8000 for picture quality.

Always best of getting the top of the range from the year previous than spend double on a branded set.

collectorcol4 h, 21 m ago

http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/4562bf88+FRC & 350. Best …http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/4562bf88+FRC & 350. Best avoided.


Thanks. I had the 65KS9000 for £1200. It would seem mad to buy this for £200 less. Hopefully your post will help others fin a better deal.

^ yep cold from me i think

pow261 h, 42 m ago

The Apps are shocking on the Hisense range.


Can you elaborate? I have the 50" model (H50N6800) and find the apps to be close to perfect (I use Netflix, Amazon prime video and Plex mostly). Starting each app and switching between them happens pretty much instantly, they look great, are well laid out, responsive and stable.

pow263 h, 6 m ago

The Apps are shocking on the Hisense range.



Spend a extra few hundred ££ on a samsung /Lg only for a job that a 35£ firestick does better .

I wish Tvs where still "dumb"

captainbeaky6 h, 52 m ago

Most things look amazing after 5 pints or so.


yeah that kinda thing has gotten me in bother over the years

Hisense makes No sense.

Contemplating this TV but from John Lewis. Won't be long until they drop it to £990

UE65KS9000 hasn't been on sale in months

spenspuma5 h, 17 m ago

Hisense makes No sense.


Is there any reason why you keep saying this? Do you have some psychological problem
Edited by: "mb1357" 21st Aug

AV forums review recommended this TV following their technical eval

Hisense is a really good make these days I got one has better picture than my Sony

got this tv from john lewis great tv dont be put of by the name biggest selling tv company in america and asia

Hisense are every bit as good as Samsung and Lucky Goldstar. But if I was buying a 65" + TV make sure it has a 10 bit panel.

Bit the bullet and went for the 55 inch version at 629.

I was looking at the M7000 when that was dropping in price a few months back – will be keeping an eye on this now.

I bought my folks the M3300 last Christmas.For what it’s worth, my general impression is that the picture quality was stupendous, sound was ok, but main issue was the use of Freeview and the PVR system within the TV – you can plug a USB into the back of the tv to do live pause or record shows, but it ends up saving recordings in a sub-folder of a sub-folder somewhere, plus they are saved just with some abstract file reference based on date (I assume), rather than the show names, for example.

Saying that, if you were using it with a Sky or BT box then you wouldn’t need to deal with this, so there’s no real downside.

Haven’t seen too many reviews yet though, other than the one of AVForums.

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Looks like HISENSE10 has finished ... but TV40399 is £40 off TVs over 400

chookaroo1 h, 31 m ago

Looks like HISENSE10 has finished ... but TV40399 is £40 off TVs over 400

Any idea if this would work with topcashback? 😜

Edit, yes it does

OK, another 5700 v 6800, worth the difference?

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