Hisense LTDN65K680M3D 65 Inch 4K UHD Smart Television / Monitor Built in WIFI £999.99 delivered by Crampton & Moore
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Hisense LTDN65K680M3D 65 Inch 4K UHD Smart Television / Monitor Built in WIFI £999.99 delivered by Crampton & Moore

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Found 19th Apr 2015
Deal for this size 4k tv under 1k.

Weight (KG) 45.0000
Screen Size 65"
Screen resolution 3840x2160
3D Panel Active 3D
3D Glasses in Box 2
Refresh Rate 400Htz
WiFi Built In
Skype No
Web Browser Yes
DLNA No
Smart TV Features Smart TV
HDMi Ports 4
USB Ports 3
Scart input 1
PC Input 1
Optical Output Yes
Ethernet Port Yes
Speaker Output Power 2 x 10W
VESA Mount 400x400
Remote Control Standard
Standard Warranty 2 Year Warranty

17 Comments

a lot of tv for the money how good it is well thats another matter hot op

Was looking into this last week.
Some poeple are very happy with this screen, some send it back.
No TV tuner or smart features. Problem for some.
No HDMI 2.
Some screens have high Banding issues.
Apprently very high input lag. others say its fine?

The screen settings will need some calibration when recieved.

Personally as much as I was tempted It wasn't feasible for me to take the risk, and input lag put me off.

Banned

BulletRizz

Was looking into this last week. Some poeple are very happy with this … Was looking into this last week. Some poeple are very happy with this screen, some send it back.No TV tuner or smart features. Problem for some.No HDMI 2. Some screens have high Banding issues.Apprently very high input lag. others say its fine?The screen settings will need some calibration when recieved.Personally as much as I was tempted It wasn't feasible for me to take the risk, and input lag put me off.



According to the specs it has 'smart tv' but if I was going to spend a grand on a glorified monitor it wouldn't be on this one.

the porter

a lot of tv for the money how good it is well thats another matter hot op


People (including me) said that when 24" was the norm. When we got our first 42" I thought it was way too big.
Once you get used to it, it's fine. Size of room is also important to bear in mind too.

iceberg

People (including me) said that when 24" was the norm. When we got our … People (including me) said that when 24" was the norm. When we got our first 42" I thought it was way too big.Once you get used to it, it's fine. Size of room is also important to bear in mind too.


So you own this model?

This company has just started sponsoring the Red Bull F1 team so obviously they are looking at becoming a major competitor to LG and Samsung.
I look forward to seeing future products and what they are like.
I think for the price it's hot.

snoopy18

So you own this model?



I don't. But I do own a 65" TV. And he's right, it's seems crazy huge at first, but you get used to it.

I went from a 40" to a 50" to a 65" and each time, the new TV seemed huge at first. My 65" seems perfectly normal to me now. IMHO, wall mounting them helps. Big TV's tend to look more over-sized on a stand as they generally need a bigger stand to accommodate them. And putting one in a tiny living room (or even a bedroom?!?!?) is maybe not the best, but if you want a big screen, why not. Can't imagine many living rooms are in the "accepted" size range for using a projector at 100"+, but it doesn't stop people!

Not sure I'd buy this one though. It is a lot of TV for the money, but it's certainly not going to be the best TV out there by a long shot ....

oakwood49

Great user review here, very … Great user review here, very in-depthhttp://websurfaces.co.uk/2014/12/03/hisense-ltdn65k680m3d-65-inch-4k-uhd-smart-television-review/



He connected it to a PC via HDMI, which means it was only running at 30hz (max it supports via HDMI), and he thought it was "absolutely stunning". That does not give me confidence in his review skills. I suppose, if you only ever want to watch video, you could probably put up with that. But if you want any real PC use or gaming on it, 30hz is pretty much rubbish.

sancheez

He connected it to a PC via HDMI, which means it was only running at 30hz … He connected it to a PC via HDMI, which means it was only running at 30hz (max it supports via HDMI)...


Eh?
Is that specific to this tv?

trogggy

Eh?Is that specific to this tv?



It's because this TV doesn't have HDMI 2.0. HDMI 4.1 supports 4K at 30hz or Ultra 4K at 24hz.

Heat added as the shop is in Eccy (Ecclesfield in Sheffield speak) and their service is second to none.

How does this qualify as a Smart TV? A Smart TV has various Apps etc (like Netflix). In fact, how does it even class as a TV? You need some sort of external Tuner. Its basically a Monitor.

flawless443

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£100 cheaper on Amazon, thanks

couldn't care less if this is the cheapest price for this product, you can get plenty 4k tvs from reputable manufacturers for less.

they sound like a subsidiary of hitec

Cool scotia2, you got any examples?
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