Hisense H65NU8700 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - £1299 @ AO
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Hisense H65NU8700 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - £1299 @ AO

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Found 7th Dec
Still £1,699.00 at John Lewis...

Experience the astonishing quality of Hisense's 4K HDR picture. Hyper-detailed 4K resolution combines with colour and contrast expanding HDR Supreme and the brand's Wide Colour Gamut tech. It's all boosted by the visual depth of a Local Dimming ULED screen for a stunningly realistic picture. The quad-core smart platform opens up a world of online apps and streaming services, while built-in Freeview Play catch-up service makes your favourite shows unmissable. With a full complement of connections, the NU8700 is the complete entertainment package, with extraordinary picture quality.

ULED Back-Light with Local Dimming
A ULED (Ultra LED) screen delivers a wealth of additional TV tech that goes beyond the 4K UHD package. This set's Local Dimming is able to independently dim areas across the panel to deliver deeper blacks, leading to extraordinary pictorial depth.

4K UHD Picture
To respond to screens getting bigger, brands have packed their screens with more pixels. This 65-inch screen has four times the number of pixels than 1080p HD TVs, delivering stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail. Experience this high-spec picture across a range of broadcasts, movies, sports and more thanks to 4K upscaling. As it converts lower resolution content to near-4K quality, anything you watch on the big screen will be truly extraordinary. Hisense's 4K UHD resolution ensures their top-of-the-range visuals.

HDR Supreme
Forays into colour-boosting High Dynamic Range (HDR) have begun, and Hisense are no exception. With its 10-bit panel, this set can show over a billion individual colours to deepen your view and shows shades you’ve never seen in home entertainment before. Colour, contrast, and brightness are all expanded for a richer, deeper picture that's closer to real life. Play beautiful HDR content on your NU8700, experiencing the next era of television, and future-proof your home entertainment set-up as HDR becomes standard. With brightness levels capable of reaching 1000 nits, this screen gets closer to truly authentic depth of contrast for awe-inspiring visuals.

16 Comments

Bought this TV from Crompton and Moore after John Lewis let me down its amazing, upscaling is unbelievable.

This Vs OLED???

OLED the winner?

*Sloman*1 m ago

This Vs OLED???OLED the winner?


Where can you buy a 65" OLED at this price?

I have been looking for a Sony 65"tv and decided the lowest model I would consider is the 9 series where does this TV come in comparison to Sony and other brands. Seems good spec.

Not 10 bit only 3 hdmi no optical . Would rather Samsung mu7000 which is 10 bit for £150 more

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Dazzman724 m ago

Not 10 bit only 3 hdmi no optical . Would rather Samsung mu7000 which is …Not 10 bit only 3 hdmi no optical . Would rather Samsung mu7000 which is 10 bit for £150 more


Have edited 10 bit out of the title. It does have optical however...

Can the screen swivel on the stand?

Dazzman721 h, 12 m ago

Not 10 bit only 3 hdmi no optical . Would rather Samsung mu7000 which is …Not 10 bit only 3 hdmi no optical . Would rather Samsung mu7000 which is 10 bit for £150 more


MU7000 is not 10bit. I have the 55" version. It's 8bit with FRC. Read a little more before making statements.

mamboboy1 h, 14 m ago

Have edited 10 bit out of the title. It does have optical however...


Mine just went back, optical casing fell out when changing cables so couldn't use again, ARC Hdmi faulty with AV unit, TV kept loosing freeview channels and took over 10 minutes to scan for channels again and lots of other little issues. Plus side picture is really good, sound is a tad tinney. Swapped it for a Panasonic which is built a lot better.

EmperorRosko43 m ago

MU7000 is not 10bit. I have the 55" version. It's 8bit with FRC. Read a …MU7000 is not 10bit. I have the 55" version. It's 8bit with FRC. Read a little more before making statements.


Read plenty. 49 inch is 8 + 55inch and above 10 bit

*Sloman*2 h, 35 m ago

This Vs OLED???OLED the winner?


OLED beats any other Tv but can only get a 55” at this price range

Dazzman7211 h, 37 m ago

Read plenty. 49 inch is 8 + 55inch and above 10 bit


10 bits via 8bit + FRC or dithering, whichever you prefer to call it.

8bit
8bit + 2
10bit

And the MU7000 is in the middle.
Edited by: "EmperorRosko" 8th Dec

*Sloman*16 h, 23 m ago

This Vs OLED???OLED the winner?


OLED is almost twice as expensive in this size so you'd be pretty disappointed if it wasn't.

Dazzman7213 h, 59 m ago

Read plenty. 49 inch is 8 + 55inch and above 10 bit


The native colour depth of the LCD panel makes so little difference that it doesn't matter.


This TV doesn't seem worth the £400 over the N6800.

EmperorRosko7th Dec

MU7000 is not 10bit. I have the 55" version. It's 8bit with FRC. Read a …MU7000 is not 10bit. I have the 55" version. It's 8bit with FRC. Read a little more before making statements.



How do you know for sure. Samsung said it's 10-bit.

rev61 h, 11 m ago

How do you know for sure. Samsung said it's 10-bit.


There are 2 ways manufacturers get to 10 bit.

Either the TV has a 10 bit panel, so is able to produce the 1 billion colours natively.

Or, it's an 8 bit panel (usually 120hz) and has frame rate control, or dithering which allows them to add the other +2 to get them to 10bit. The fast panel refresh allows the TV to flick between 2 colours incredibly fast so the viewer is tricked into seeing a 10bit colour tone.

Don't get me wrong it's brilliant at it and is convincing enough for me. I own the TV and it's gorgeous for movies and I love for gaming which is my primary use.

I was just explaining earlier that's it's not a native 10bit panel, that's all.

I researched for weeks and weeks leading up to black Friday knowing I had a £900 budget and what the best options was going to be for me. And the MU7000 fit the bill.
Edited by: "EmperorRosko" 10th Dec
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