Hisense LTDN65K700XWTSEU3D 65" Smart 3D 4K Ultra HD TV - Silver (£899 after Cashback) £1099 @ ao.com
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Hisense LTDN65K700XWTSEU3D 65" Smart 3D 4K Ultra HD TV - Silver (£899 after Cashback) £1099 @ ao.com

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Found 30th Jan 2016
Just spotted this on AO.com, seems a lot of TV for the money, 1000hz aswell
i guess the name Hi sense may put some people off but they seem up and coming, I guess you gotta start somewhere ;-)
only 2 reviews and the bad one is irrelevant of picture quality!

+ 4% cashback through quidco. Assume it will be on the listed price of £1099 minus £40. So, a potential further reduction of 42 which might bring the price down to £817 :-)
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If you are going to stand this up, rather than wall mount it, then, by the look of it, you will need a huge unit to put it on.
Voted hot though
Edited by: "poisondwarf" 30th Jan 2016
FYI Hisense are the 4th largest manufacturer of TV's in the World, just not big in EMEA
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poisondwarf

If you are going to stand this up, rather than wall mount it, then, by … If you are going to stand this up, rather than wall mount it, then, by the look of it, you will need a huge unit to put it on.Voted hot though


I got a unit big enough for it to stand it on, think id be scared to leave it standing though lol
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£859 after cashback with code PAYDAY40.
quezi

£859 after cashback with code PAYDAY40.



Bargain, but I dont have a unit big enough to stand it on
Friend bought one of these hisense, impressive for the money. Have some heat
I own one, at this price a good deal.
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just bit the bullet and bought one! £1059 should be around £845 with the discount and cashback offers lol

couldnt see if it came with any 3d glasses
What is the spacing of the legs of the stand? I have been holding off because I reckoned it would be too big for my unit.
according to this its 120cm to the outside of the feet and 117cm to the inside.
avforums.com/thr…50/
eastofthecounty

just bit the bullet and bought one! £1059 should be around £845 with the … just bit the bullet and bought one! £1059 should be around £845 with the discount and cashback offers lolcouldnt see if it came with any 3d glasses



>>>>>
Welcome to the HUKD HS65 owners club ;-)

Loads of info / tips and other geeky stuff here..

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talksalot81

What is the spacing of the legs of the stand? I have been holding off … What is the spacing of the legs of the stand? I have been holding off because I reckoned it would be too big for my unit.



>>>>>
If so you could always hold out for this model coming soon..

http://s16.postimg.org/afx4jofdh/hisenseh10_1.jpg
Edited by: "008" 30th Jan 2016
008

>>>>>If so you could always hold out for this model coming soon..



What size screen is that then, and more importantly, the likely cost?
Is is a 65" curved? Bigger maybe?
tonytiger1979

according to this its 120cm to the outside of the feet and 117cm to the … according to this its 120cm to the outside of the feet and 117cm to the inside. https://www.avforums.com/threads/hisense-ltdn-k700xwtseu3d-owners-thread.1986050/



I think, and i stand to be corrected, that post 27 and post 28 regarding the distance apart of the legs, are for the 58" version of this television.
Is this TV curved or flat screen?
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Cobman

Is this TV curved or flat screen?



I think that this one is flat?
Hisense. You would have to have no sense to spend this much on this TV.
lol 1000Hz

Good price for a massive TV though.
Nice TV, Though if it sufferers from the 'judder' that its 58in little brother has I couldn't buy it.
no curve no good for me
Edited by: "neroneuk" 30th Jan 2016
mcfly666

Nice TV, Though if it sufferers from the 'judder' that its 58in little … Nice TV, Though if it sufferers from the 'judder' that its 58in little brother has I couldn't buy it.



Now that does put me off a bit
whats the negatives with this?
poisondwarf

Now that does put me off a bit



To be fair I guess most people wouldn't see it. but it's one of those things that once you see it cannot be unseen.
To try and describe it is hard too, at a push its like when you get buffering when watching online content, it's very slight but it's almost as if the processor cant cope, the buffer fills up and you get a hiccup or judder.

I've spoken to hisence UK about it and they say it will be fixed in a march update - bit too much of a risk for me.
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dsuk

Hisense. You would have to have no sense to spend this much on this TV.


now this is what i thought, but ive been doing my research and to be fair there new to the UK but have been massive in asia and north america for years, a big player in there own part of the world.. I wouldnt spend that on a Panasonic now days, but 5 years ago they were the one to have, 10/20 years ago it was Sony all the way...Again the lower priced i wouldnt touch, so many problems with the apps.

I work with security systems a lot of the high priced cameras that come from the Japanese/German/Scandinavian makes are no better than the lower priced Chinese/Korean makes that are flooding the market.. The quality on some of the latest kit is superb and the reliability has been proven..
I think we are in the days of just paying for a name now on a lot of electronics.
my 58 version was 700 from richer sounds 2 weeks ago. this is amazing price. this TV is great BTW. tempted to return the TV to richer sounds and get this. tho there s 6 year warranty with richer sound
sweet lord save your money for OLED. It is the only worthy t.v upgrade right now.
jokerevo

sweet lord save your money for OLED. It is the only worthy t.v upgrade … sweet lord save your money for OLED. It is the only worthy t.v upgrade right now.


absolutely 100% yes! I changed from Plasma to LCD a year ago in favour of fully integrated smart features.... what a terrible mistake... Im now waiting for OLED to become reasonably priced (next xmas) and then Ill upgrade. If you have the cash, fairplay. However if you have a sensitive eye to poor contrast and motion, spend minimum now and wait for OLED to be in your budget we are probably talking months, not years.....
eastofthecounty

now this is what i thought, but ive been doing my research and to be fair … now this is what i thought, but ive been doing my research and to be fair there new to the UK but have been massive in asia and north america for years, a big player in there own part of the world.. I wouldnt spend that on a Panasonic now days, but 5 years ago they were the one to have, 10/20 years ago it was Sony all the way...Again the lower priced i wouldnt touch, so many problems with the apps.I work with security systems a lot of the high priced cameras that come from the Japanese/German/Scandinavian makes are no better than the lower priced Chinese/Korean makes that are flooding the market.. The quality on some of the latest kit is superb and the reliability has been proven.. I think we are in the days of just paying for a name now on a lot of electronics.



What issues with apps ? Netflix , iplayer and youtube work flawlessly on my cheap hisense k321.

To me the smart features of a tv are irrelevant when you can buy much better options such as a chromecast/AFTV box
mcfly666

Nice TV, Though if it sufferers from the 'judder' that its 58in little … Nice TV, Though if it sufferers from the 'judder' that its 58in little brother has I couldn't buy it.


Absolute tosh. I got the 58" and no judder but a truly amazing picture especially for the price.
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pimpchez

What issues with apps ? Netflix , iplayer and youtube work flawlessly on … What issues with apps ? Netflix , iplayer and youtube work flawlessly on my cheap hisense k321. To me the smart features of a tv are irrelevant when you can buy much better options such as a chromecast/AFTV box


Im talking about the Sony with android
jokerevo

sweet lord save your money for OLED. It is the only worthy t.v upgrade … sweet lord save your money for OLED. It is the only worthy t.v upgrade right now.


Your very nearly correct.....OLED yes, but your next tv needs to be HDR (High dynamic range) really.
Locknloadharry

Your very nearly correct.....OLED yes, but your next tv needs to be HDR … Your very nearly correct.....OLED yes, but your next tv needs to be HDR (High dynamic range) really.



​Hdr is only good for Hdr content. Oled improves everything!
Get oled people or if not then wait till you can afford it and get a cheap filler for now
+ 4% cashback through quidco. Assume it will be on the listed price of £1099 minus £40. So, a potential further reduction of 42 which might bring the price down to £817
Will JL price matcht this? Also, I have not seen a display of them in any stores. Any idea where I can view one before buying?
Voyager

Will JL price matcht this? Also, I have not seen a display of them in any … Will JL price matcht this? Also, I have not seen a display of them in any stores. Any idea where I can view one before buying?



Hunt down your nearest Richer Sounds. They stock HiSense. They're small stores though, and may not have this exact model on display.
wonkothesane

Hunt down your nearest Richer Sounds. They stock HiSense. They're small … Hunt down your nearest Richer Sounds. They stock HiSense. They're small stores though, and may not have this exact model on display.


Thank you! Will do that today
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There price match the £1099 price but not the cashback
jokerevo

sweet lord save your money for OLED. It is the only worthy t.v upgrade … sweet lord save your money for OLED. It is the only worthy t.v upgrade right now.


If you're well off and got money to burn, then yes but we're comparing a 65" mid to high end TV at less than £900 with an OLED at well over two grand.
If you read the development of OLED particularly with LG's plans, then I don't see a 65" for much less in the next couple of years; maybe at a guess around the £1500 mark in that time.

Now HDR is the one to watch......
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