Hisense H65N6800 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Dark Grey  - £859 using code w/ next day delivery @ AO
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Hisense H65N6800 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Dark Grey - £859 using code w/ next day delivery @ AO

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Found 29th Jan
This seems to be a tidy set for the cash and gets very good reviews

Specs include 3xUSB / LED / 4K Ultra HD / Wi-Fi / 4xHDMI

Use code 40OFF899TV at basket

  • 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

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.

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I've returned two of these models due to vertical banding and clouding. Made watching football or movies in a dark room a nightmare. If you can live with that then good price for the screen size.
Why is it that the first picture appears to be a different TV to the second and third picture? This is the same on AO website.

First picture the TV has a really slim top bezel and what looks like silver metal more angular stand
Second & third pictures have large top bezel and what looks like a black less angular stand.
My TV is fine, but then I'm not a videophile or whatever you call it. Picture is great for me, no issues. It's slightly annoying that there's o native streaming app unlike other Hisense TV's but it's not a deal breaker.
Lippo99947 m ago

My TV is fine, but then I'm not a videophile or whatever you call it. …My TV is fine, but then I'm not a videophile or whatever you call it. Picture is great for me, no issues. It's slightly annoying that there's o native streaming app unlike other Hisense TV's but it's not a deal breaker.


There are native streaming apps on this. Are you after a specific one?
Brilliant TV for the price.

Don't watch it in pitch black darkness though as the local dimming is pretty crap and if you turn it off it's worse.

Would be great with a HDMI light strip that works with the streaming apps on this TV but I don't think that exists!
Input lag?
Fagol19 m ago

There are native streaming apps on this. Are you after a specific one?


It's the one on the lower spec TV's, can't remember the name of it but you can run IPTV through it. Has epg etc.

Found it - Smart IPTV.
Edited by: "Lippo999" 29th Jan
gary3332 h, 10 m ago

Why is it that the first picture appears to be a different TV to the …Why is it that the first picture appears to be a different TV to the second and third picture? This is the same on AO website.First picture the TV has a really slim top bezel and what looks like silver metal more angular standSecond & third pictures have large top bezel and what looks like a black less angular stand.


I have this set, and can confirm the top picture is correct whilst the other 2 are not - I can tell by the feet/stand it's on.

Also I should add its an excellent set, I've had no issues with it whatsoever after getting it for a similar price around black Friday last year. The menus are snappy, the built-in Amazon and Youtube apps works great (not tried Netflix as I don't have it), and it's just been g fantastic buy.

Just make sure you have either a large cabinet stand it on or buy a new stand - Those feet are a looong way apart and wouldn't fit on our existing table. Or of course you could wall mount.
Edited by: "CRTB" 29th Jan
shahidali4722 m ago

Input lag?



28ms whether HDR or SDR. Decent.
djstevie29th Jan

I've returned two of these models due to vertical banding and clouding. …I've returned two of these models due to vertical banding and clouding. Made watching football or movies in a dark room a nightmare. If you can live with that then good price for the screen size.


I'd be interested to know what TV you bought instead and what price? I think the dark room problems would be a big issue for me as its only really used in darkness...
WaxMechaniK15 h, 35 m ago

I'd be interested to know what TV you bought instead and what price? I …I'd be interested to know what TV you bought instead and what price? I think the dark room problems would be a big issue for me as its only really used in darkness...


I paid more than i wanted to and bought the lg b7 oled. Nearly every other tv around the same size was either more expensive or the hdr side of things was terrible.

The oled is absolutely the best tv I've ever owned, also most expensive.
cold £844 at john lewis with 5 year warranty, pricematch with hughes
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