Hisense H65N6800 ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD 65" Smart TV £899 @ Richer Sounds inc. del & 6 yr warranty
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Hisense H65N6800 ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD 65" Smart TV £899 @ Richer Sounds inc. del & 6 yr warranty

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Found 19th Jan
  • 65 "4K UHD SCREEN
  • ULED HDR +
  • UPSCALING ULTRA HD
  • PCI 2200
  • NARROW FRAME DESIGN
  • ULTRA SLIM DESIGN DESIGN
  • 4 HDMI
  • 2 USB
  • YOUTUBE, NETFLIX, WAKI
  • DOLBY AUDIO DBX-TV

Also at John Lewis with a 5 yr warranty for those who prefer.
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rev620 m ago

Stand are 1260CM apart which kills it for me. Would be nice if you could …Stand are 1260CM apart which kills it for me. Would be nice if you could place them further in a bit as an option. Ugh.


Come on it is a TV,not a 17th Century mahogany side table which would look out of place with a 65'er on top of it.
Seems like a decent deal taking the side table out of the equation.
Fastedward17 m ago

Come on it is a TV,not a 17th Century mahogany side table which would look …Come on it is a TV,not a 17th Century mahogany side table which would look out of place with a 65'er on top of it.Seems like a decent deal taking the side table out of the equation.


You what?
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Stand are 1260MM apart which kills it for me. Would be nice if you could place them further in a bit as an option. Ugh.
Edited by: "rev6" 20th Jan
ULED? Stop making up things to confuse people! Gah!
rev620 m ago

Stand are 1260CM apart which kills it for me. Would be nice if you could …Stand are 1260CM apart which kills it for me. Would be nice if you could place them further in a bit as an option. Ugh.


Come on it is a TV,not a 17th Century mahogany side table which would look out of place with a 65'er on top of it.
Seems like a decent deal taking the side table out of the equation.
10 bit?
Fastedward17 m ago

Come on it is a TV,not a 17th Century mahogany side table which would look …Come on it is a TV,not a 17th Century mahogany side table which would look out of place with a 65'er on top of it.Seems like a decent deal taking the side table out of the equation.


You what?
This or a 65mu7000? Got a price match with JL for £1099
This is how much John Lewis wanted for a 2nd hand one
I said mate. Your new one is £929. They said ok. I'll knock of another £50. I walked away.
Edited by: "montana78" 21st Jan
Moonmonkeys56 m ago

ULED? Stop making up things to confuse people! Gah!

That's entirely the point though - to confuse people. I've seen people banging on about QLED as if it's just another name for OLED, so no doubt Hisense had the same idea. If you can't beat them, name your inferior product similar to them and hope those who don't spend four hours a day on Rtings.com fall for it.
rev61 h, 15 m ago

Stand are 1260MM apart which kills it for me. Would be nice if you could …Stand are 1260MM apart which kills it for me. Would be nice if you could place them further in a bit as an option. Ugh.


Exactly the reason I immediately disregard Hisense, legs look cheap, nasty and on this size of set unusable on many TV stands including mine. There's a reason LG, Sony, Samsung have reverted back to centre stands.
Fastedward55 m ago

Come on it is a TV,not a 17th Century mahogany side table which would look …Come on it is a TV,not a 17th Century mahogany side table which would look out of place with a 65'er on top of it.Seems like a decent deal taking the side table out of the equation.


That's about the only furniture it could stand on.....
rev61 h, 18 m ago

Stand are 1260MM apart which kills it for me. Would be nice if you could …Stand are 1260MM apart which kills it for me. Would be nice if you could place them further in a bit as an option. Ugh.


I have the 65 inch N5300 version and the stand has 2 positions, the outer one in the picture and a closer to the centre one.

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Edited by: "gx3k" 20th Jan
gx3k2 m ago

I have the 65 inch N5300 version and the stand has 2 positions, the outer …I have the 65 inch N5300 version and the stand has 2 positions, the outer one in the picture and a closer to the centre one.[Image]


I saw something about that in another thread. Maybe it was you?! Does this have the same feature? I can't see it anywhere.
rev68 m ago

I saw something about that in another thread. Maybe it was you?! Does this …I saw something about that in another thread. Maybe it was you?! Does this have the same feature? I can't see it anywhere.


I'm not 100% sure but I'll be surprised if these don't have the same stand positions as they seem to have the same feet and the telly itself looks the same with a different panel.

Anyway, Richer sounds made a video about Hisense for those who think they're another knock off brand: youtu.be/3R-…K24
gx3k2 m ago

I'm not 100% sure but I'll be surprised if these don't have the same stand …I'm not 100% sure but I'll be surprised if these don't have the same stand positions as they seem to have the same feet and the telly itself looks the same with a different panel.Anyway, Richer sounds made a video about Hisense for those who think they're another knock off brand: https://youtu.be/3R-K-qYxK24


I'll give Richer Sounds a call tomorrow and see if they can shed some light on it. Thanks.
Edited by: "rev6" 20th Jan
Aretak2 h, 45 m ago

That's entirely the point though - to confuse people. I've seen people …That's entirely the point though - to confuse people. I've seen people banging on about QLED as if it's just another name for OLED, so no doubt Hisense had the same idea. If you can't beat them, name your inferior product similar to them and hope those who don't spend four hours a day on Rtings.com fall for it.


I don't think anyone thinks they are just like OLEDs, it's literally their name. It's what they are QLED. Should people make up another name so you don't judge them?
brookysm6 h, 35 m ago

Exactly the reason I immediately disregard Hisense, legs look cheap, nasty …Exactly the reason I immediately disregard Hisense, legs look cheap, nasty and on this size of set unusable on many TV stands including mine. There's a reason LG, Sony, Samsung have reverted back to centre stands.


I've always thought this whenever I see a Hisense TV. It's the only thing putting me off!
Edited by: "chaos86" 20th Jan
I got a 65" hinsense. I got a pedalstal stand from Amazon to get around the feet problem
brookysm7 h, 18 m ago

Exactly the reason I immediately disregard Hisense, legs look cheap, nasty …Exactly the reason I immediately disregard Hisense, legs look cheap, nasty and on this size of set unusable on many TV stands including mine. There's a reason LG, Sony, Samsung have reverted back to centre stands.


Yes I am the same, now I just watch my tv stand instead of the actual TV.
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rev67 h, 17 m ago

I'll give Richer Sounds a call tomorrow and see if they can shed some …I'll give Richer Sounds a call tomorrow and see if they can shed some light on it. Thanks.



It will be interesting to know what their answer is.
Please update this thread when you get an answer
dazrasx39 m ago

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Good idea, great pic
sean_numark10 h, 11 m ago

This or a 65mu7000? Got a price match with JL for £1099


Where did you find it for £1099 that you are price matching?
MSK.7 h, 43 m ago

I don't think anyone thinks they are just like OLEDs, it's literally their …I don't think anyone thinks they are just like OLEDs, it's literally their name. It's what they are QLED. Should people make up another name so you don't judge them?


You're welcome to "think" what you like, but I have factually seen people confusing QLEDs as being the same technology as OLEDs based on the similarity of the name. It's not a theoretical argument.
Aretak2 m ago

You're welcome to "think" what you like, but I have factually seen people …You're welcome to "think" what you like, but I have factually seen people confusing QLEDs as being the same technology as OLEDs based on the similarity of the name. It's not a theoretical argument.


As are you.
sean_numark11 h, 5 m ago

This or a 65mu7000? Got a price match with JL for £1099


Where did you get the price match quote from?
gx3k10 h, 55 m ago

I'm not 100% sure but I'll be surprised if these don't have the same stand …I'm not 100% sure but I'll be surprised if these don't have the same stand positions as they seem to have the same feet and the telly itself looks the same with a different panel.Anyway, Richer sounds made a video about Hisense for those who think they're another knock off brand: https://youtu.be/3R-K-qYxK24


There's just 1 mounting point. 1260MM apart.
gx3k11 h, 13 m ago

I'm not 100% sure but I'll be surprised if these don't have the same stand …I'm not 100% sure but I'll be surprised if these don't have the same stand positions as they seem to have the same feet and the telly itself looks the same with a different panel.Anyway, Richer sounds made a video about Hisense for those who think they're another knock off brand: https://youtu.be/3R-K-qYxK24


Nice video. They seem then be the Xiaomi of TV! Very tempted to give them a try.
These are great screens. I'm not a fan of the interface, but a really good picture for the price.
rev61 h, 34 m ago

There's just 1 mounting point. 1260MM apart.



Thanks for that, much appreciated
dazrasx7 h, 48 m ago

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You haven't got a better piccy of stand and link for it have you please?
montana7820th Jan

This is how much Lohn lewis wanted for a 2nd hand one I saod mate. …This is how much Lohn lewis wanted for a 2nd hand one I saod mate. Your new one is £929. They saod ok. I'll knock of another £50. I walked away.


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Jonnyblock16 h, 5 m ago

10 bit?


In what context are you asking? If it's for HDR then:
It'll accept 10-bit HDR signals (everything that advertises HDR does)
It can't display the full 10-bit HDR range (no TV yet can)
Aretak15 h, 30 m ago

That's entirely the point though - to confuse people. I've seen people …That's entirely the point though - to confuse people. I've seen people banging on about QLED as if it's just another name for OLED, so no doubt Hisense had the same idea. If you can't beat them, name your inferior product similar to them and hope those who don't spend four hours a day on Rtings.com fall for it.


QLED was used as a name for a technology very similar to OED until Samsung repurposed it to denote their high end LCDs. That's the risk of discussing technology using trademarked terms, someone can buy the trademark and use it for whatever they like.

Hisense have been using ULED for a couple of years now, I believe it denotes screens using a quantum dot enhancement filter to create wide colour gamuts (as opposed to new phospers in the LEDs). Much like Samsung uses QLED and LG uses Nano Cell.
EndlessWaves54 m ago

In what context are you asking? If it's for HDR then:It'll accept 10-bit …In what context are you asking? If it's for HDR then:It'll accept 10-bit HDR signals (everything that advertises HDR does)It can't display the full 10-bit HDR range (no TV yet can)


Is that right? No TV can display the full HDR range?
sean_numark17 h, 39 m ago

This or a 65mu7000? Got a price match with JL for £1099


Neither. Get anything above a 65mu7000. The bare minimum being 65mu7500. It will have all the bells and whistles, the full works. These TVs will continue to drop until April/May if you can hold out until then.
rev66 h, 3 m ago

There's just 1 mounting point. 1260MM apart.


I still doubt that as the N5300 and the N6800 both don't mention the centre stand option on the website and the manuals. Maybe ask someone who actually have the telly to confirm.
poisondwarf1 h, 10 m ago

Is that right? No TV can display the full HDR range?


No its not true unless you're being utterly pedantic. To keep it simple, look for a TV that is HDR Premium Certified or any recent 4K HDR OLED. That's as good as they get now and you'll be blown away by how amazing these TVs are with the right set up and material. There is so much technical guff going around bamboozling people, even from manufacturers trying to make their mid range TVs sound more impressive than they are. Technically speaking there is no such thing as "QLED" or ULED or even LED pixels. They are all just plain old LCD as opposed to OLED which is entirely different.

Having said that its important not to just dismiss QLED, ULED, LED and the likes as just marketing spin. They are super-refined LCD technologies which are leaps and bounds better than the low range or much older models. For example I chose the QLED Samsung over the LG OLED screen, simply because the Samsung TV had blacks that were more than black enough for me. Everyone goes on about black levels but brights are just as important and that's where the Samsung won me over. Plus the fact that 4K HD Premium LCD TVs square inch for square inch are half the price of OLED.

As I mentioned in my last comment, if you can wait until April/May this year you'll be able to get hold of the best 2017 TVs for 1/3rd of the price they launched for when the 2018 models start coming on sale.
FrugalFergal29 m ago

Neither. Get anything above a 65mu7000. The bare minimum being 65mu7500. …Neither. Get anything above a 65mu7000. The bare minimum being 65mu7500. It will have all the bells and whistles, the full works. These TVs will continue to drop until April/May if you can hold out until then.


As far as I know there is no MU7500 (in the UK anyway). You have to be careful about looking at Samsung reviews for foreign countries (particularly North America) as the model numbers differ. For example our MU7000 is often called the MU8000 abroad, with their MU7000 corresponding to our MU6400.

FrugalFergal13 m ago

No its not true unless you're being utterly pedantic.


Could you expand on that?

The PQ EOTF used by HDR10, HDR10+ and Dolby Vision uses the 10-bit standard to encode brightness values ranging from 0-10,000cd/m² in the Rec. 2020 colour space. By any objective measurement no TV is even close to that (not even at 50%).

This is true even if we restrict ourselves to talking about currently produced HDR content - which only uses a subset of that because even the studios don't have full HDR screens yet. The content with the highest range uses 0-4,000cd/m² in the DCI P3 colour space. This is also beyond the capabilities of any TV on the market, although the best TVs do get pretty close to that colour space even if they're a fair way off on brightness.
Rhythmeister2 h, 25 m ago

Auto correct broken!


Happens all the time since i moved from note 4 to s7. Used to bigger screen
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