Hisense H65N6800 ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" with Freeview Play - £789 with code at Co-op Electrical
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Hisense H65N6800 ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" with Freeview Play - £789 with code at Co-op Electrical

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Found 12th Apr
Hisense H65N6800 ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" with Freeview Play .. £789.00 with discount code "SP60"


Model Number
H65N6800UK
Series
N68
Model Year
2017
Front Colour
Silver
Display

Screen Size
65inch
Resolution
Ultra HD 3840×2160
Backlight Type
ULED
Curvature Rate
0
Quantum Dot Technology
No
Panel Bit Depth
10 (8bit + FRC)
Peak Brightness (nits)
N/A
Viewing Angle (H/V)
178°
Refresh Rate
60
PCI (Picture Criteria Index)
2200
HDR (High Dynamic Range)
HDR10, HLG
HDR Classification
HDR Plus
Local Dimming
Yes
Wide Colour Gamut
Yes
Ultra Motion (MEMC)
Yes
3D
No
Processor Features

Processor
Quad Core/MT5658EDEJ
4K Upscaling
Yes
Decoder
HEVC (H.265),VP9,H.264,MPEG4, MPEG2,VC1,MVC
Input Lag in Game Mode
<50 ms
3D Digital Comb Filter
Yes
Audio

Sound Output
2*15W
NICAM Stereo
Yes
Audio Enhancement
dbx-tv™
Dolby Digital Plus
Yes
User Equaliser
Yes
Smart Service

User Interface
VIDAA U
Web Browser
Yes
Freeview Play
Yes, via software upgrade by the end of September 2017
Netflix
Yes
Amazon
Yes
YouTube
Yes
Remote One Touch Access
Netflix, YouTube
Application Store
Yes
Connectivity

HDMI Input
HDMI2.0,MHL2.0
HDMI Input
HDMI2.0,ARC
HDMI Input
HDMI1.4,,CEC
HDMI Input
HDMI1.4,,CEC
HDCP Support
HDCP 2.2
HDMI ARC Support
Yes
USB
USB (2.0) 2
USB
USB (3.0) 1
Digital Audio Output (Optical)
1
Ethernet (LAN)
Yes
Wi-Fi
802.11ac, dual-band (2.4G and 5G)
Headphone Out
1
Component In (Y/Pb/Pr)
1
Composite In (AV)
1
CI Slot
v1.3
RF In (Terrestrial / Cable / Satellite Input)
2
SCART
No
VGA Input
No
Bluetooth
No
TV Tuner / Broadcasting

Digital & Analog Tuner
DVB-T2(Freeview HD)/T/C/S2/S
Freeview HD
Yes
Freesat HD
No
EPG
Yes
Extended PVR
Yes
Time Shift
Yes
Parental Control
Yes
Community Updates

Groups

40 Comments
Good price. I want the 75" but I'm not paying £1000 for an extra 10"
Original Poster
Naqvi26 m ago

Good price. I want the 75" but I'm not paying £1000 for an extra 10"


I debaiting weather or not to pull the trigger.. yeah cant justify £100 an inch.. (I'll wait for the puns... Lol)
2 year warranty it says...what's the gap between the feet? Anyone know?
Those telly getting chipper and chipper
  • Distance Between Two Feet on Stand: 1260mm
Available in Costco(membership required) with 5 Yr Warranty for £720
ajitdattani3 m ago

Available in Costco(membership required) with 5 Yr Warranty for £720


Which Costco? Was there last night but only had 55”
Looks like a lot of telly for the money!

Genuine question....

Is there a comparison site for TVs?

One in which I could enter the model or serial number of my current one, and this one for example, to show me which is superior in different things?
Geebsie5 m ago

Which Costco? Was there last night but only had 55”



had called Chingford, Thurrock and Hayes in stock
Edited by: "ajitdattani" 12th Apr
Any idea of weight? Or likelihood of hanging it from the wall?
ajitdattani1 h, 16 m ago

Available in Costco(membership required) with 5 Yr Warranty for £720


Does that include VAT?
Got the 50" and cannot get HDR to work with anything. Tried using Hisense customer service (complete waste of time). Firmware updates are about as quick as Samsung with android updates (virtually non existent)
guys please just use the code CP100 for £100 discount
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wakers8858 m ago

Got the 50" and cannot get HDR to work with anything. Tried using Hisense …Got the 50" and cannot get HDR to work with anything. Tried using Hisense customer service (complete waste of time). Firmware updates are about as quick as Samsung with android updates (virtually non existent)


Make sure hdmi input is set to enhanced mode on the tv, hdr mode only kicks in when a hdr source is fed to the tv.
akpower12th Apr

guys please just use the code CP100 for £100 discount [Image]


I think that one only works if spending over £999
ajitdattani3 h, 28 m ago

had called Chingford, Thurrock and Hayes in stock


Thanks for that - seems to be only the Scottish stores that have no stock!
Can anyone who owns this set tell me whether I can install all apps that are found in the Google App Store, or whether the Opera App Store (which I understand it comes with - correct me if wrong) is more limited? I am particularly keen to know if I can install IPVanish and Rai Play on this set. Grateful if someone could take a look for me please!
weeross2 h, 24 m ago

Any idea of weight? Or likelihood of hanging it from the wall?


I have this exact TV hanging in my living room, great TV for the money and I used this bracket which holds the weight of it no bother

Invision® Ultra Strong TV Wall Bracket Mount - For 37 - 70 Inch LED LCD Plasma & Curved Screens – Double Arm Tilt Swivel Feature – Includes 1080p HDMI Cable & Spirit Level *Please Confirm Your TV VESA Mounting Holes Before Purchase* (HDTV-DXL) amazon.co.uk/dp/…E3W
wakers882 h, 4 m ago

Got the 50" and cannot get HDR to work with anything. Tried using Hisense …Got the 50" and cannot get HDR to work with anything. Tried using Hisense customer service (complete waste of time). Firmware updates are about as quick as Samsung with android updates (virtually non existent)


Are you using correct HDMI lead for HDR. Is the HDMI set up correctly. Somehow you will be doing something wrong I suspect not the TV
Edited by: "mb1357" 12th Apr
lumsden9210 m ago

I have this exact TV hanging in my living room, great TV for the money and …I have this exact TV hanging in my living room, great TV for the money and I used this bracket which holds the weight of it no botherInvision® Ultra Strong TV Wall Bracket Mount - For 37 - 70 Inch LED LCD Plasma & Curved Screens – Double Arm Tilt Swivel Feature – Includes 1080p HDMI Cable & Spirit Level *Please Confirm Your TV VESA Mounting Holes Before Purchase* (HDTV-DXL) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01AYBLPNA/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_AO6ZAb5EYXE3W


Any chance you could check the App Store as per my query above please mate?
Geebsie1 h, 22 m ago

Any chance you could check the App Store as per my query above please mate?


Just had a look and can't find the two apps that you asked about. That is a downside to this TV, the apps available are fairly limited and not even close to what's available on the Google play store
lumsden924 m ago

Just had a look and can't find the two apps that you asked about. That is …Just had a look and can't find the two apps that you asked about. That is a downside to this TV, the apps available are fairly limited and not even close to what's available on the Google play store


Thanks for doing that - yes, that is my only concern!
Don't bother if you are looking for of good HDR picture.
Original Poster
nice-new1 h, 18 m ago

Don't bother if you are looking for of good HDR picture.


What do you recommend for tht price and size?
JusticeForThe967 h, 34 m ago

Looks like a lot of telly for the money!Genuine question....Is there a …Looks like a lot of telly for the money!Genuine question....Is there a comparison site for TVs?One in which I could enter the model or serial number of my current one, and this one for example, to show me which is superior in different things?


Google
I know its been answered but just to confirm, the app store sucks! You can get smart iptv but if wanting other things go another route or just get the firestick for simple convieniance
JusticeForThe9618 h, 9 m ago

Looks like a lot of telly for the money!Genuine question....Is there a …Looks like a lot of telly for the money!Genuine question....Is there a comparison site for TVs?One in which I could enter the model or serial number of my current one, and this one for example, to show me which is superior in different things?


displayspecifications.com
nice-new12 h, 29 m ago

Don't bother if you are looking for of good HDR picture.


Wow, looks like someone has read a review or two and decided to leave a comment on this thread based on what they have read....

But for your information, I have read reviews also, even before I bought this TV last year. I find the picture quality to be pretty awesome, especially in 4K HDR. Anything in HD and above is top notch. SD sucks, but tend not to watch in SD anyway.

The problem with reviewers is they are comparing the HDR performance of this set to HDR performance across the board, and this will never be as good as an OLED for HDR performance, but this is a third of the price !

I want an OLED just like everyone else, but no way am I paying the price they cost just now when they have issues such as screen burn, image retention etc which isn't covered under warranty.

This TV has a similar peak brightness to OLED, and as I personally have nothing to compare the HDR performance within my household, or my friends households, to me... It's pretty awesome !

I paid a similar price on Black Friday, and I'm extremely happy with this TV. It's massive. I have it mounted on a cantilever TV stand. It's around 29Kg if memory serves, so it's pretty heavy. 2 man job to be safe if wall mounting.

Oh and 1 more thing, I used the 'best picture settings' from said expert reviews and the picture sucks. I have my own setting for general viewing which I believe is much better, as do people I show the comparison to.

Sometimes you have to make your own decisions on things. I wanted HDR performance until prices of OLED, and abilities of OLED improve such as peak brightness and screen burn/image retention
bharatkpatel17 h, 39 m ago

Does that include VAT?


Yes it does include VAT and 5 Year Warranty
Edited by: "ajitdattani" 13th Apr
daltimor21 h, 11 m ago

Those telly getting chipper and chipper


Chipper? Are you sure?
That's
weeshtyou4 h, 8 m ago

www.displayspecifications.com


That's great, thank you very much. I'm not very knowledgeable about all of this stuff, so that will really help.
lumsden9223 h, 13 m ago

I have this exact TV hanging in my living room, great TV for the money and …I have this exact TV hanging in my living room, great TV for the money and I used this bracket which holds the weight of it no botherInvision® Ultra Strong TV Wall Bracket Mount - For 37 - 70 Inch LED LCD Plasma & Curved Screens – Double Arm Tilt Swivel Feature – Includes 1080p HDMI Cable & Spirit Level *Please Confirm Your TV VESA Mounting Holes Before Purchase* (HDTV-DXL) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01AYBLPNA/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_AO6ZAb5EYXE3W


Thanks, what kind of wall though? Plasterboard? 😰😰
weeross58 m ago

Thanks, what kind of wall though? Plasterboard? 😰😰


Plasterboard wall yes but there is a sheet of ply behind the plasterboard between the studs in the wall for me to secure it to. You will need to secure it to the studs or if they are too far apart or not exactly where you want to mount your TV you will need to screw a sheet of ply wood between the studs and secure it to that. It will be hidden behind the tv so won't be seen. You can buy wall anchors to fix it directly to the plasterboard without having to hit a stud but personally I wouldn't risk it because the tv is pretty heavy (takes two people to mount it confidently). Sorry if I'm telling you what you already know
Sebo12th Apr

What do you recommend for tht price and size?


Not to focus on HDR.
Now showing as OOS.
Hisense say this 65" is 32kg

plasterboard will hold that up no problem, unless a swing out bracket or hanging your kids off it.

check the loading for various fixings like grip it

typically you will have 2-4 holding the bracket.

If you can hit one stud you will be even more secure
if you can get through to solid wall and use anchors you are into over engineered solutions.
getmore4less3 h, 29 m ago

Hisense say this 65" is 32kgplasterboard will hold that up no problem, …Hisense say this 65" is 32kgplasterboard will hold that up no problem, unless a swing out bracket or hanging your kids off it.check the loading for various fixings like grip it typically you will have 2-4 holding the bracket.If you can hit one stud you will be even more secureif you can get through to solid wall and use anchors you are into over engineered solutions.


The bracket I am using and suggested is a swing out bracket. You can get fixings that apparently hold 25kg each so in theory you are right. Although if you are going to have the tv sitting out from the wall any distance I personally wouldn't risk it just fixed to the plasterboard only. Entirely up to you though
lumsden9230 m ago

The bracket I am using and suggested is a swing out bracket. You can get …The bracket I am using and suggested is a swing out bracket. You can get fixings that apparently hold 25kg each so in theory you are right. Although if you are going to have the tv sitting out from the wall any distance I personally wouldn't risk it just fixed to the plasterboard only. Entirely up to you though



Totally agree...
Whatever you do try and fix your bracket to something more substantial than just the plasterboard
Geebsie12th Apr

Which Costco? Was there last night but only had 55”


plenty in stock in Sheffield - just bought one today, very happy so far
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