Hisense H65N6800 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Dark Grey £989.10 Delivered @ AO
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Hisense H65N6800 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Dark Grey £989.10 Delivered @ AO

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Found 20th Sep 2017
Code - 4k10399 (10% off Hisense 4K TVs over £399)

Still not made my mind up on a TV, but saw this just now and for the specs I'd be pleased with it. Sadly it's too big for where I need it to go, That and the shed is a tad cold this time of year #IntheDogHouse - Either way it's a nice discount so thought I'd share.

Main Specs


4K Ultra HD Certified - It is indeed

Resolution - 4K / 3840 x 2160
HDR - 10Bit (8Bits + FCR)
USB Playback - Movie, Music, Photo
USB Recording (DVR) - Yep
WiFi - Yep
Ethernet - yep
HDMI Input - 4
USB - 3
Wall mount support - 400 x 400 mm
Scart input - NO! Haha, thought it would be around forever!


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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.
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Original Poster Editor
This is me dodging plates and cups after telling the wife about the theoretical £500 I just spent on this (Because we always make it sound cheaper when we tell them, right? Everything is discounted further when I tell her :D)

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Edited by: "NeoTrix" 20th Sep 2017
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Original Poster Editor
This is me dodging plates and cups after telling the wife about the theoretical £500 I just spent on this (Because we always make it sound cheaper when we tell them, right? Everything is discounted further when I tell her :D)

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Edited by: "NeoTrix" 20th Sep 2017
Until a fault arose I had the 65M7000 which was awesome for the money; i'd look more at the 55NU8700 for £1079 as it has over the 1000 NITS and the built in sound bar; great find OP
No scart socket? COLD But how can a tv be to big?
Sawb8 m ago

No scart socket? COLD But how can a tv be to big?

Eh?
smershspy54 m ago

Eh?


Well uhhhh the op had said this in the desciption "Scart input - NO! Haha, thought it would be around forever!" so i made a joke about that, the op also said the tv is to big for their needs and i joked there is no such thing, i didnt think it was that complicated, but i hadnt quoted anything so ill forgive you
Original Poster Editor
"Sawb1 h, 55 m agoNo scart socket? COLD But how can a tv be to big? "

@Sawb It wouldn't fit in the gap I have in the front room, without having to move loads of stuff around, so around 50" is what I was looking for initially.
Edited by: "NeoTrix" 20th Sep 2017
Code also works on 50" @NeoTrix heat added!
Saddler342 h, 13 m ago

Until a fault arose I had the 65M7000 which was awesome for the money; i'd …Until a fault arose I had the 65M7000 which was awesome for the money; i'd look more at the 55NU8700 for £1079 as it has over the 1000 NITS and the built in sound bar; great find OP



im waiting to see some reviews for the 55nu8700, as it looks great value for a good spec tv
Remember the saying...buying Hisense makes No sense.
spenspuma7 m ago

Remember the saying...buying Hisense makes No sense.


Absolute tosh. My 55" K700 still impressed all who see it.
NeoTrix18 m ago

@Sawb It wouldn't fit in the gap I have in the front room, without having …@Sawb It wouldn't fit in the gap I have in the front room, without having to move loads of stuff around, so around 50" is what I was looking for initially.

Yeah it was a joke. You didn’t need to give an explanation.
Saddler343 h, 6 m ago

Until a fault arose I had the 65M7000 which was awesome for the money; i'd …Until a fault arose I had the 65M7000 which was awesome for the money; i'd look more at the 55NU8700 for £1079 as it has over the 1000 NITS and the built in sound bar; great find OP


What was the fault?
Was it that bad that you had to buy a new tv?
I've got the H55M7000. Cracking TV. I'd maybe look at the H65M7000 which is last year's top model.
B4rT4553 m ago

What was the fault?Was it that bad that you had to buy a new tv?




My young son decided to throw a full beaker of juice at, the led's didn't like it 🙈 Honestly Hisense are fab, not sure about the entry models but mid to high range compare with the compatible Samsungs
paulwhitehead661 h, 50 m ago

im waiting to see some reviews for the 55nu8700, as it looks great value …im waiting to see some reviews for the 55nu8700, as it looks great value for a good spec tv


Frustrating that you can't see them in high street stores but I suppose Panny and Samsung wouldn't be happy with the likes of currys if they started showing them next to compatible sets at 30% cheaper.
Is it worth the money ?
Sawb2 h, 27 m ago

Well uhhhh the op had said this in the desciption "Scart input - NO! Haha, …Well uhhhh the op had said this in the desciption "Scart input - NO! Haha, thought it would be around forever!" so i made a joke about that, the op also said the tv is to big for their needs and i joked there is no such thing, i didnt think it was that complicated, but i hadnt quoted anything so ill forgive you

He said it doesn't fit.
mrb3021 m ago

Pana tx-58dx902b is what you want, currently …Pana tx-58dx902b is what you want, currently 999https://www.hbh-woolacotts.co.uk/tv-home-entertainment/television/56-65/panasonic/TX58DX902B


No delivery service.... fancied a holiday to Cornwall anyway 🤣 Great TV
Saddler3425 m ago

No delivery service.... fancied a holiday to Cornwall anyway 🤣 Great …No delivery service.... fancied a holiday to Cornwall anyway 🤣 Great TV

They offered me pallet delivery for £40. It's a cracker of a tv, 4k HDR looks fantastic
Almost a grand for a telly?!
Obligatory - is it HDR10/HDR10+ and have a 10bit panel?

I got my AMAZING top spec 65 inch 4k Samsung KS9000 telly for £1200 with a 5yr warranty thanks to HUKD.

For all those fellas still on the fence mulling what the missus might throw at you when she learns how much you spent on it, worry not. Just wait until she beholds without doubt the finest future of telly/home cinema money can buy.

With the right set up, its insanely impressive. Just stick on 4K Grand Tour, Planet Earth II or any of Netflix's 4K HDR10 content.

I would hate to think anyone paid almost as much for anything less.

So for all else who are looking for their next big telly upgrade, is this Hisense telly a yay or a nay?
Edited by: "FrugalFergal" 20th Sep 2017
FrugalFergal33 m ago

Almost a grand for a telly?! Obligatory - is it HDR10/HDR10+ and have a …Almost a grand for a telly?! Obligatory - is it HDR10/HDR10+ and have a 10bit panel?I got my AMAZING top spec 65 inch 4k Samsung KS9000 telly for £1200 with a 5yr warranty thanks to HUKD. For all those fellas still on the fence mulling what the missus might throw at you when she learns how much you spent on it, worry not. Just wait until she beholds without doubt the finest future of telly/home cinema money can buy. With the right set up, its insanely impressive. Just stick on 4K Grand Tour, Planet Earth II or any of Netflix's 4K HDR10 content.I would hate to think anyone paid almost as much for anything less.So for all else who are looking for their next big telly upgrade, is this Hisense telly a yay or a nay?

Swapped my 55ks9000 as it was bloody awful!
NeoTrix7 h, 48 m ago

This is me dodging plates and cups after telling the wife about the …This is me dodging plates and cups after telling the wife about the theoretical £500 I just spent on this (Because we always make it sound cheaper when we tell them, right? Everything is discounted further when I tell her :D) [Image]



As when she comes in with shoes or handbag and dresses from Primark or the charity shop or sale, with the label conveniently hidden or snipped off,
Saddler342 h, 34 m ago

Frustrating that you can't see them in high street stores but I suppose …Frustrating that you can't see them in high street stores but I suppose Panny and Samsung wouldn't be happy with the likes of currys if they started showing them next to compatible sets at 30% cheaper.



John Lewis and Richer Sounds have them?
Highly recommend Hisense. I bought the Hisense 49n5700 and for the money, with HDR, Freeview Play, Amazon, Netflix, etc. it is bloody amazing. £454.
DCFC793 h, 1 m ago

Is it worth the money ?

No not really, at that price you could buy an LG or a Samsung TV that has a 10Bit panel, this TV does not have a 10Bit panel it has a 8Bit panel with FRC so if your going to spend £1000 on a TV then look out for a 10Bit one as all the low spec 4k TV's come with 8Bit+FRC which are way cheaper than this
All these people banging the same drum. 8bit +FRC isnt end of days you all suggest.

It's not night and day. I'd hazard a guess that alot of people wouldn't notice if side by side showing the same content
morrig8 h, 51 m ago

As when she comes in with shoes or handbag and dresses from Primark or the …As when she comes in with shoes or handbag and dresses from Primark or the charity shop or sale, with the label conveniently hidden or snipped off,


Why are people so scared of their wives? if you want it and it's your money then go buy it...

Unless of course you're one of these mugs who puts all their money into a joint account and then has no control over whats spent.
Edited by: "spenspuma" 21st Sep 2017
i have a question about input lag, if im driving in forza at 70mph how many frames/ feet will i be out of sync?
if 1 frame is1/60th of a second i and i'm traveling 100feet per second,
how do i find a tv where i know where i am?
am i 10 feet from where i think i am?
or 50?
Edited by: "psychoid" 21st Sep 2017
It is good price but not a very attractive deal. A Samsung 65'' MU6500 tv could be had back in the summer for £729ish with Samsung's trade-in promotion, also with 5 year warranty if bought from John Lewis. Apart from curved screen, the two sets are quite similar: 8bit+FRC, 50/60Hz, WCG, Peak brightness 300-400 nits. In particular, with such peak brightness, neither set will do a solid job in HDR. For anyone who cares about HDR and has a healthy budget, I would suggest go for those sets that come with 'UHD Premium' certification. These are obviously not cheap, but some are also with good prices, e.g., Hisense NU8700 as mentioned in earlier posts.
zmmaths4 m ago

It is good price but not a very attractive deal. A Samsung 65'' MU6500 tv …It is good price but not a very attractive deal. A Samsung 65'' MU6500 tv could be had back in the summer for £729ish with Samsung's trade-in promotion, also with 5 year warranty if bought from John Lewis. Apart from curved screen, the two sets are quite similar: 8bit+FRC, 50/60Hz, WCG, Peak brightness 300-400 nits. In particular, with such peak brightness, neither set will do a solid job in HDR. For anyone who cares about HDR and has a healthy budget, I would suggest go for those sets that come with 'UHD Premium' certification. These are obviously not cheap, but some are also with good prices, e.g., Hisense NU8700 as mentioned in earlier posts.


Out of interest would you recommend I buy the Hisense NU8700 or a LG OLED55B7
I have the 55inch version of this tv and I'm blown away by the picture quality. One question though how do I turn on HDR or do I need a native 4K source?
leehardacre16 h, 1 m ago

Absolute tosh. My 55" K700 still impressed all who see it.



Plus one with my old (2015) K321 . The 4k sat demo channel blows everyones mind thats seen it.
a 1080p bluray quality source is very impressive with night time viewing. I might sell mine to my old man and by this but in 50" guise...
Almost a grand for a TV that isn't UHD Premium seems expensive to me. Like the poster above I got my 65 inch Samsung UHD Premium TV for £1200 with 5 year warranty several months ago which still seems like a better deal.

Personally I would hold out for a proper HDR TV, especially with Black Friday just around the corner.
Gormond6 m ago

Almost a grand for a TV that isn't UHD Premium seems expensive to me. Like …Almost a grand for a TV that isn't UHD Premium seems expensive to me. Like the poster above I got my 65 inch Samsung UHD Premium TV for £1200 with 5 year warranty several months ago which still seems like a better deal.Personally I would hold out for a proper HDR TV, especially with Black Friday just around the corner.



What about people only wanting the 50" at £579 , its a no brainer...
Which set did you buy?
Gormond1 h, 3 m ago

Almost a grand for a TV that isn't UHD Premium seems expensive to me. Like …Almost a grand for a TV that isn't UHD Premium seems expensive to me. Like the poster above I got my 65 inch Samsung UHD Premium TV for £1200 with 5 year warranty several months ago which still seems like a better deal.Personally I would hold out for a proper HDR TV, especially with Black Friday just around the corner.

tazg1011 h, 11 m ago

Which set did you buy?


65ks9000 with no lightbleed issues that some people have reported.
pimpchez2 h, 10 m ago

What about people only wanting the 50" at £579 , its a no brainer...


I was referring to the size and price of this. If I was paying £1000 for a 65 inch I would expect better HDR - which to me is more impressive than UHD.

If this was £700 then it would be a different story.
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