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Huge 75 inches Hisense 4K UHD HDR TV H75B7510UK at Amazon for £1099
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Huge 75 inches Hisense 4K UHD HDR TV H75B7510UK at Amazon for £1099

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Posted 22nd Aug 2019

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Good price for such a big TV.
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Hisense 75" 4K HDR TV
HISENSE 75inch 4K TV featuring HDR Plus, HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma) and a Quad core processor for high speed Smart TV
Perfect Picture featuring Ultra HD 4K - 3840 x 2160 Pixels for Ultra High Definition realism and quality
Dolby Vision Picture technology - darker blacks and enhanced contrast.
Smart platform powered by VIDAA OS. Access to Freeviewplay,YouTube, Netflix, Rakuten and Prime Video
Includes 2 years UK manufacturer warranty
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adamderak22/08/2019 01:13

It's so big it takes 20 elephants to have it delivered.


Thats nowt you should hae seen the effort required to bring my 103 inch Plasma telly all the way to Orkney along a beach and into ma cottage!

Cost me an arm , leg and both nads!
AJ9222/08/2019 01:12

1 - 2 month delivery


It's so big it takes 20 elephants to have it delivered.
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1 - 2 month delivery
AJ9222/08/2019 01:12

1 - 2 month delivery


It's so big it takes 20 elephants to have it delivered.
adamderak22/08/2019 01:13

It's so big it takes 20 elephants to have it delivered.


I remember my mates mam got a 50" delivered back in 1999 I think it was, it was one of them plastic screens what project the picture, had the speaker along the bottom. That took about 3 people to get in the house back then it was the biggest thing ever
adamderak22/08/2019 01:13

It's so big it takes 20 elephants to have it delivered.


Thats nowt you should hae seen the effort required to bring my 103 inch Plasma telly all the way to Orkney along a beach and into ma cottage!

Cost me an arm , leg and both nads!
Can’t find a review on this TV.. YouTube gives me TLC TVs with the model number..
anyone got a review I can look at?
What’s the next closest price to this for this tv?
benhornsby199922/08/2019 03:50

What’s the next closest price to this for this tv?


RicherSounds had a 75" LG for £950 the othe4 day with 6 year warranty if that's any good
Toon_army22/08/2019 04:35

RicherSounds had a 75" LG for £950 the othe4 day with 6 year warranty if …RicherSounds had a 75" LG for £950 the othe4 day with 6 year warranty if that's any good


Cheers just so I know whether to bite not or yet
benhornsby199922/08/2019 05:05

Cheers just so I know whether to bite not or yet


I personally wouldn't buy a tele without a 5 or 6 year warranty. I always buy from RS and never had an issue
Toon_army22/08/2019 05:11

I personally wouldn't buy a tele without a 5 or 6 year warranty. I always …I personally wouldn't buy a tele without a 5 or 6 year warranty. I always buy from RS and never had an issue


Never bought from there before but I must admit that 6 year warranty is a selling point for me aswell I’ll wait for it to drop in price there again cheers again
Toon_army22/08/2019 05:11

I personally wouldn't buy a tele without a 5 or 6 year warranty. I always …I personally wouldn't buy a tele without a 5 or 6 year warranty. I always buy from RS and never had an issue


...so why you need 5-6 years warranty, if you never had an issue
omendata22/08/2019 02:22

Thats nowt you should hae seen the effort required to bring my 103 inch …Thats nowt you should hae seen the effort required to bring my 103 inch Plasma telly all the way to Orkney along a beach and into ma cottage!Cost me an arm , leg and both nads!


When it stops working you could use it has a raft
BS_Man22/08/2019 08:31

...so why you need 5-6 years warranty, if you never had an issue


Maybe in case there is an issue in future?
Hmmm this has HDR+ and Dolby Vision?

Wheres the catch?
Vegito22/08/2019 09:47

Hmmm this has HDR+ and Dolby Vision?Wheres the catch?


Maybe it's got a crap picture. Specs aren't everything, you know.
Nice, i have a 7 year old 60in plasma that i use to occasionally cause massive back injury and almost fatal heart attacks when trying to move it. lol
BS_Man22/08/2019 08:31

...so why you need 5-6 years warranty, if you never had an issue


Maybe they meant when the TV broke it wasn't an issue because of the warranty...
XP20022/08/2019 09:53

Nice, i have a 7 year old 60in plasma that i use to occasionally cause …Nice, i have a 7 year old 60in plasma that i use to occasionally cause massive back injury and almost fatal heart attacks when trying to move it. lol


Read the post from onedata , took a 100 inch plasma across a beach in Orkney Islands!!!
BS_Man22/08/2019 08:31

...so why you need 5-6 years warranty, if you never had an issue


Everybody else below knew what I meant!
My LG TV had to have the screen/panel replaced twice in under 2 years, first time from LG and the second time RS just said they'd give me a like for like so I paid the extra for a bigger Samsung.
I wouldn't dream of spending £1000+ with a 1 year warranty it's just madness
Toon_army22/08/2019 13:19

Everybody else below knew what I meant!My LG TV had to have the …Everybody else below knew what I meant!My LG TV had to have the screen/panel replaced twice in under 2 years, first time from LG and the second time RS just said they'd give me a like for like so I paid the extra for a bigger Samsung.I wouldn't dream of spending £1000+ with a 1 year warranty it's just madness


Think it has a 2 year warranty
adamderak22/08/2019 13:21

Think it has a 2 year warranty


Still not enough, all Tvs should come with a 5 or 6 year as standard these days, they just don't last like they used to. My mates LG broke, Currys did a right bodge job on fixing it wires were hanging out, so he blasted them and got a new one
omendata22/08/2019 02:22

Thats nowt you should hae seen the effort required to bring my 103 inch …Thats nowt you should hae seen the effort required to bring my 103 inch Plasma telly all the way to Orkney along a beach and into ma cottage!Cost me an arm , leg and both nads!



I feel you pain, literally. lol
adamderak22/08/2019 08:57

When it stops working you could use it has a raft


It already has (twice) but as an electronics engineer i can fix pretty much anything for peanuts as the parts for old tellies cost buttons on ebay - that's the secret to keeping a telly going for a long time and saving the environment from junked electronics!
Being honest the tv only cost £500 cos it was bought broken off ebay but it did retail at £64,000 when it first came out!
Ever watched the footie or played World Of Tanks or Star Wars Battlefront II on a 103 inch plasma telly - pure majjjjjj!


Edited by: "omendata" 22nd Aug 2019
omendata22/08/2019 16:28

It already has (twice) but as an electronics engineer i can fix pretty …It already has (twice) but as an electronics engineer i can fix pretty much anything for peanuts as the parts for old tellies cost buttons on ebay - that's the secret to keeping a telly going for a long time and saving the environment from junked electronics!Being honest the tv only cost £500 cos it was bought broken off ebay but it did retail at £64,000 when it first came out!Ever watched the footie or played World Of Tanks or Star Wars Battlefront II on a 103 inch plasma telly - pure majjjjjj!


Even the 50 inch plasma TVs were not cheap but get the impression they were built to a much better standard to recent TVs.
Know many people with still working first gen slim tvs
If you gave the choice to watch my favourite movie on either your 100 inch plasma or latest 65 inch OLED I would choose yours.
You can't beat screen size.
Edited by: "adamderak" 22nd Aug 2019
adamderak22/08/2019 16:34

Even the 50 inch plasma TVs were not cheap but get the impression they …Even the 50 inch plasma TVs were not cheap but get the impression they were built to a much better standard to recent TVs.Know many people with still working first gen slim tvsIf you gave the choice to watch my favourite movie on either your 100 inch plasma or latest 65 inch OLED I would choose yours.You can't beat screen size.


Yeah i see so many led tellies in the workshop and the electronics is so poor now every manufacturer is trying to save money on components, having said that i hate plasmas repair-wise they can be a pure nightmare, I have a 50LGPK590 in the workshop at the mo and I have been at it for 2 days now and cannot for the life of me find the fault!

Problem with plasmas was always the ysus boards - you can always tell the cheapos - panasonics usually always had fans on the back as well as the heatsinks but every telly has its quirks but a quick trip to Shopjimmy and anyone can fix their own telly cheaply and reasonably easily unless its a really bad fault with more than one failed board.
omendata22/08/2019 16:45

Yeah i see so many led tellies in the workshop and the electronics is so …Yeah i see so many led tellies in the workshop and the electronics is so poor now every manufacturer is trying to save money on components, having said that i hate plasmas repair-wise they can be a pure nightmare, I have a 50LGPK590 in the workshop at the mo and I have been at it for 2 days now and cannot for the life of me find the fault!Problem with plasmas was always the ysus boards - you can always tell the cheapos - panasonics usually always had fans on the back as well as the heatsinks but every telly has its quirks but a quick trip to Shopjimmy and anyone can fix their own telly cheaply and reasonably easily unless its a really bad fault with more than one failed board.


So from current popular brands how would you rate them in terms of quality?
adamderak22/08/2019 16:49

So from current popular brands how would you rate them in terms of quality?


Well I have had one TCL series 6 to repair a few weeks ago and its quite impressive.
I see a lot of LG and Toshiba, mid range Panasonics in the workshop and the psu boards are pretty poorly designed!

It really depends how long you are going to have the telly but the average lifespan is about 4-5 years before a fault develops possibly shorter as most people seem unaware that leaving the backlight up 100% and leaving the telly on for 7+ hours a day is the surest way to kill an led telly - a 25p led goes and it takes out a backlight strip - its actually the backlights that kill most led tellies and if they had spent just a little more money and not wired the leds in series then you wouldnt have such a high failure rate but is it all built in obsolescence to sell more tellies isn't it!

hmmmmm it seems that way as no manufacturer i know builds parallel led strips because it requires multiple current regulators thus more components - my plasma has 8 boards inside i have seen Led tellies with just two so easier to repair leds!!!!!

If your telly goes up the khyber and its 4 or 5 years old you could just go to ebay or Shopjimmy and buy all the boards for less than £30 and just swap until you find the one that fixes the telly (unless you have a blank screen and can see the image when you shine a torch on the screen in that case its an led but even that can be fixed with a bit of effort and 50p) - repairing tv's now is actually just like repairing pc's in the old days!

Makes me sad to see so many tv's at the local dump - they woudlnt even let me take them away to repair em last time i was there in the old days i used to go to the dump and get all sorts of stuff vacuum cleaners , tv;s to repair and sell or use in the house as we were pretty poor back in the 70's - sad times now!
Edited by: "omendata" 22nd Aug 2019
omendata22/08/2019 16:58

Well I have had one TCL series 6 to repair a few weeks ago and its quite …Well I have had one TCL series 6 to repair a few weeks ago and its quite impressive.I see a lot of LG and Toshiba, mid range Panasonics in the workshop and the psu boards are pretty poorly designed!It really depends how long you are going to have the telly but the average lifespan is about 4-5 years before a fault develops possibly shorter as most people seem unaware that leaving the backlight up 100% and leaving the telly on for 7+ hours a day is the surest way to kill an led telly - a 25p led goes and it takes out a backlight strip - its actually the backlights that kill most led tellies and if they had spent just a little more money and not wired the leds in series then you wouldnt have such a high failure rate but is it all built in obsolescence to sell more tellies isn't it!hmmmmm it seems that way as no manufacturer i know builds parallel led strips because it requires multiple current regulators!


Guilty re backlight almost 100%.
AJ9222/08/2019 01:12

1 - 2 month delivery


That's just to get it down the driveway.
I'd be very concerned about screen banding on these large displays, also light bleed could be noticeable if this display is edge lit.
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