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Hisense HE65K5510UWTS 65" 4K HDR TV, £720 OR £684 after cashback and Which trial @ Laptops Direct
Hisense HE65K5510UWTS 65" 4K HDR TV, £720 OR £684 after cashback and Which trial @ Laptops Direct

Hisense HE65K5510UWTS 65" 4K HDR TV, £720 OR £684 after cashback and Which trial @ Laptops Direct

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As the AO deal has now expired, this appears to be the next best deal.

£720 list price which can be reduced to £700 if you take out a £1 "Which" trial (which you can immediately cancel), then 2.3% TopCashBack takes it down to £684 which is a cracking deal for a very well rated 65" 4K HDR TV.

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OK, I'll start the ball rolling....

Is it a 10-bit panel?







Edited by: "bellboys" 6th Dec 2016

HDR with a firmware update?

Dam you beat me to it :P

Great TV. Well worth the money, just find anywhere to buy it other than Laptops direct (or direct tv) same company, appalling customer service. Please be warned. I purchased my initial set from them, it was broken in transit but company said it was my fault!!
John Lewis price matched for me with 5 year guarantee. It will only price match traders with high St shops though.

pwbeem

Great TV. Well worth the money, just find anywhere to buy it other than … Great TV. Well worth the money, just find anywhere to buy it other than Laptops direct (or direct tv) same company, appalling customer service. Please be warned. I purchased my initial set from them, it was broken in transit but company said it was my fault!! John Lewis price matched for me with 5 year guarantee. It will only price match traders with high St shops though.


Pay with Credit Card (and pay it straight off) for the extra protection.

vig1lante

Yes *10 bits - (8bits + … Yes *10 bits - (8bits + FRC)http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/0f888a8



What does FRC mean?

Edit: got it

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frame_rate_control

Still none the wiser X)
Edited by: "bellboys" 6th Dec 2016

Can I sign my wife up for the Which trial?


Reckon she'll pass this time...

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Bargain for a great TV

I have this TV and it is a great tv. I got mine for £765 after cashback back in June I think, so this price is crazy.

bellboys

What does FRC mean? :|Edit: got … What does FRC mean? :|Edit: got ithttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frame_rate_controlStill none the wiser X)


Means it's not a 10 bit panel.

If you want proper HDR that'll amaze you, then don't get this. If you want a huge tv that does a decent job with 4k and are waiting for next gen 3d OLED sets with 1000+ nits brightness to come down to sub £2k then go for it. You'll be waiting a couple of years otherwise.
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 6th Dec 2016

jaydeeuk1

Means it's not a 10 bit panel.If you want proper HDR that'll amaze you, … Means it's not a 10 bit panel.If you want proper HDR that'll amaze you, then don't get this. If you want a huge tv that does a decent job with 4k and are waiting for next gen 3d OLED sets with 1000+ nits brightness to come down to sub £2k then go for it. You'll be waiting a couple of years otherwise.



Sorry to be rude, but you have no idea how 10bit/HDR work. HDR pulls out the shadows, hi-lights, etc to give the image a greater depth of colours and range. 10bit bit on the other hand does not increase the hi and low range at all, it add more steps of colour between the already existing shades of colour, nothing to do with increased range! Say you have a image of a blue sky, the 10bit panel will have a smoother blue gradient as it has more steps of colour (banding). They have no need for each other to work. Only professional grade monitors with hi-res images sometimes need a 10bit panel, you will never notice the difference on a tv, maybe with high bitrate 4K blue ray, even then your need to know what to look for. Adding 10bit to TVs in mainly marketing.

Good deal at the moment with respect to price! But for £720 you can get it price matched with JL for 5 years warranty. TV in stock in JL now.

Happy with mine also for the price can't be beat !
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