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Linsar 65UHD520 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV in Black with 3x HDMI + Roku Streaming Stick + 5 Year Warranty £424 @ Co-op Electrical/eBay
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Linsar 65UHD520 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV in Black with 3x HDMI + Roku Streaming Stick + 5 Year Warranty £424 @ Co-op Electrical/eBay

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Refreshed 25th Feb (Posted 25th Feb)
Credit to @millarcat for the code PAYDAYFEB & original thread HERE

Thought this was a great price last week with the 10% off code but now even better with the higher discount!


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Enjoy the stunning and richly realistic picture quality of 4K Ultra High Definition with Linsar’s UHD520. Access a huge range of free channels with Freeview HD built in, and, with multiple HDMI and USB ports, it’s the complete media centre for your home entertainment. The included Roku Smart Streaming Stick converts it into a smart TV, with easy access to a huge range of online content.

4K Ultra High Definition

To respond to screens getting bigger, brands have packed their screens with more pixels. This 65” screen has four times the number of pixels than 1080p Full HD TVs, delivering stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail.

Roku Smart Streaming Stick included

This TV includes a Roku Smart Streaming Stick in the box. It transforms your TV into a smart TV, just by plugging it into one of the HDMI ports. It’s capable of streaming in 4K HDR (4K HDR TV required to enjoy this picture quality), and instantly adds loads of smart apps for your viewing choice. It features Netflix, NOW TV, BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, Prime Video, Google Play and more (some services may require subscription). Just plug in the streaming stick, create your Roku account and you’re ready to watch.

Freeview HD

Get a huge variety of channel options - without any additional boxes or connections – with Freeview HD. The platform is a free-to-air digital service that comes already built into your TV. With free access to over 50 standard definition TV channels and 15 HD channels (including ITV HD, BBC One HD, BBC Two HD and 4 HD), there’s no shortage of things to watch - and you don’t have to mess around with extra subscriptions and set-top boxes.

Pause & Playback Live TV To USB

Never miss your favourite shows again by recording it onto a USB. Whether it’s terrestrial or satellite channels, you can pause live TV and playback your recordings. All you do is plug it into the USB port.

Well Connected

With 3 HDMI slots and 2 USB ports, this Linsar TV offers you a complete media centre, with optimal connections for consoles, receivers and media players.

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Beat me to it. Great deal but wait for the it's not "10 bit" HDR+, it's colour gamut is not as good as the zillion pound LG.
Cannot complain at this price 10 bit or not.
OOS now
Just wanted to say thanks for this, I managed to bag one before they went out of stock and it's arriving tomorrow!

I'm going to have to move a few things around in my flat to fit the thing in it though lol
Has anyone sourced a wall bracket for this please? One that doesn’t stick out too much, but is capable of taking the weight and size.

Cheers
eldre27/02/2019 06:26

Has anyone sourced a wall bracket for this please? One that doesn’t stick o …Has anyone sourced a wall bracket for this please? One that doesn’t stick out too much, but is capable of taking the weight and size.Cheers


Am not risking it myself, I'm going to have half of mine resting on a table and the other half resting on my PC desk. And they're not level so I'm going to have to have the part of the stand resting on my PC desk on top of a couple of small stacks of A4 printer paper lol

It's not going to look great but I won't have any worries about the thing falling off the wall

Hopefully everyone's attention will be on the huge screen rather than looking at what it's sitting on when they come round

Edit: Have just had mine delivered and thought I'd give some feedback. First off, whilst you know that this thing is big it doesn't quite hit you until the delivery men turn up with it lol. This thing is HUGE. Including the stand it's just over 1.4m.

Now I don't have an aerial so I've just connected it to my PC and it looks pretty good once you mess around with the brightness and contrast. Out of the box it looks pretty poor on default settings, black text on a white background has a white outline around it on default settings so you'll need to adjust the brightness and contrast settings to get rid of that but once you've adjusted those settings the picture looks great.

No dead pixels and the black levels look pretty good.

Haven't checked out the stick thing yet though, I'll edit this post again later on tonight. Really happy with my purchase so far, it was a steal for £424!!!
Edited by: "snowdog1971" 27th Feb
Thanks for the update Snowdog, much appreciated.

Mines still in the box until I get a wall bracket, but it can’t be any worse than my current TV!
No probs. I've now checked out the Roku stick but have had two problems:

1) The Roku stick has a remote control that you can pair up with your telly and use it to control the volume, but it isn't compatible with this telly. Only a minor issue because I'm more likely to use the telly remote control as, you know, the telly remote control lol

2) And this is a big(ish) problem. The Netflix app doesn't work. No problems with Amazon Prime Video, that works without a problem, but when I try to start the Netflix app all I get is a black screen with a red Netflix logo that just hangs there. Not that much of a deal for me personally because I usually watch Netflix on a browser on my PC or using my Wii U at night whilst I'm waiting for my medication to knock me out. The BBC News app also doesn't broadcast live news but the Sky News one does without a problem. I haven't tried any other apps yet.
snowdog197127th Feb

Am not risking it myself, I'm going to have half of mine resting on a …Am not risking it myself, I'm going to have half of mine resting on a table and the other half resting on my PC desk. And they're not level so I'm going to have to have the part of the stand resting on my PC desk on top of a couple of small stacks of A4 printer paper lolIt's not going to look great but I won't have any worries about the thing falling off the wall Hopefully everyone's attention will be on the huge screen rather than looking at what it's sitting on when they come round Edit: Have just had mine delivered and thought I'd give some feedback. First off, whilst you know that this thing is big it doesn't quite hit you until the delivery men turn up with it lol. This thing is HUGE. Including the stand it's just over 1.4m.Now I don't have an aerial so I've just connected it to my PC and it looks pretty good once you mess around with the brightness and contrast. Out of the box it looks pretty poor on default settings, black text on a white background has a white outline around it on default settings so you'll need to adjust the brightness and contrast settings to get rid of that but once you've adjusted those settings the picture looks great.No dead pixels and the black levels look pretty good.Haven't checked out the stick thing yet though, I'll edit this post again later on tonight. Really happy with my purchase so far, it was a steal for £424!!!


Hi got the same tv and I am also very disappointed with the picture quality from the standard setting
Can I ask you what’s your settings are?
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