TECHWOOD 65 inch TV (65AO3USB) £569 from ao.com
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TECHWOOD 65 inch TV (65AO3USB) £569 from ao.com

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Found 21st Jun 2016
Seems a good price for a 65 inch TV? not sure how it compares to the hisense 65 inch on spec for £200 more.

seems a good price though

code GET30 drops the price

the 65AO2USB which i thinks similar spec seems to have done well with reviews.
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65 inch 1080p no no no and no
Dean2k14

65 inch 1080p no no no and no


Why, why, why and why!

MM
Dean2k14

65 inch 1080p no no no and no



bit of a novice with this, thanks, will give it a miss and wait for that hisense to cone back into stock
AO.com no no no and no
Mire Mare

Why, why, why and why!MM


Because any 1080p TV has exactly the same amount of pixels 1920x1080 so as the TV gets bigger so do the pixels and the pixels on a 1080 65 inch TV will be huge and have a massive impact on picture quality
Edited by: "Dean2k14" 21st Jun 2016
cnet.com/new…id/
Yeah, ok then Dean2k14....
gidsterc

​http://www.cnet.com/news/why-ultra-hd-4k-tvs-are-still-stupid/Yeah, ok t … ​http://www.cnet.com/news/why-ultra-hd-4k-tvs-are-still-stupid/Yeah, ok then Dean2k14....



​cnet, LOL
gidsterc

​http://www.cnet.com/news/why-ultra-hd-4k-tvs-are-still-stupid/Yeah, ok t … ​http://www.cnet.com/news/why-ultra-hd-4k-tvs-are-still-stupid/Yeah, ok then Dean2k14....


Excellent use of Google rather than any actual knowledge bravo. Trying to help people from regretting a nearly 600 pound purchase it's a well know fact the larger the pixels the lesser the picture quality if you take a 1080 50 inch TV and a 720 50 inch for example the the 720 is lesser quality because there are less pixels so they have to make the pixels bigger to fill the 50 inch screen buying a massive screen at 1080 has the exact same effect. Maybe your next Google search should be what is common sense
Cant we all just get along ;-)
Doesn't it depend on viewing distance??
I'm very happy with our 65 inch tesco telly and even watch standard def. tv on it.
I also think oled looks better than 4k tv.
Edited by: "zzzz" 21st Jun 2016
zzzz

Doesn't it depend on viewing distance??I'm very happy with our 65 inch … Doesn't it depend on viewing distance??I'm very happy with our 65 inch tesco telly and even watch standard def. tv on it.I also think oled looks better than 4k tv.


Wether or not you can see the pixels depends on viewing distance but the edges wont be as smooth and crisp compared to a higher res tv or a smaller 1080 tv
Dean2k14

Because any 1080p TV has exactly the same amount of pixels 1920x1080 so … Because any 1080p TV has exactly the same amount of pixels 1920x1080 so as the TV gets bigger so do the pixels and the pixels on a 1080 65 inch TV will be huge and have a massive impact on picture quality



Many thanks.

MM
Dean2k14

Excellent use of Google rather than any actual knowledge bravo. Trying to … Excellent use of Google rather than any actual knowledge bravo. Trying to help people from regretting a nearly 600 pound purchase it's a well know fact the larger the pixels the lesser the picture quality if you take a 1080 50 inch TV and a 720 50 inch for example the the 720 is lesser quality because there are less pixels so they have to make the pixels bigger to fill the 50 inch screen buying a massive screen at 1080 has the exact same effect. Maybe your next Google search should be what is common sense



​The reason for HotUKdeals is to vote whether or not a deal is hot - not to be ranting about how much you claim to know about something or not. I THINK IT IS A HOT DEAL. vote hot or cold, leave the lectures for when you're talking to your kids...
gidsterc

​The reason for HotUKdeals is to vote whether or not a deal is hot - not t … ​The reason for HotUKdeals is to vote whether or not a deal is hot - not to be ranting about how much you claim to know about something or not. I THINK IT IS A HOT DEAL. vote hot or cold, leave the lectures for when you're talking to your kids...


You started it with the link saying 4k tv are stupid a link that the same author wrote at a later date changing his mind. don't start moaning at me just because your wrong and looked like an idiot posting that link. There is a very good reason that major tv brands never released TVs this size in 1080p
Edited by: "Dean2k14" 22nd Jun 2016
philjstephenson

Cant we all just get along ;-)



No. Vote leave.
Dean2k14

Wether or not you can see the pixels depends on viewing distance but the … Wether or not you can see the pixels depends on viewing distance but the edges wont be as smooth and crisp compared to a higher res tv or a smaller 1080 tv



If you are sat at a distance where your eyes cannot see the smooth and crisp edges, its pretty pointless having them.
I have a 70" 1080p TV. My viewing distance is about 15 feet and with a bluray on or my PC on I cant see any pixels. I went to a few stores to see the 4k TV's and they look stunning up close, but from my viewing distance I wasn't convinced they looked any better than a 1080p image. The really big 4k TV's yeah, but your talking about some serious wonga for a decent 70"+ 4k TV. I'm prepared to wait a couple of years to upgrade. By then there will be a decent amount of media to watch and some of the issues will be ironed out.
Edited by: "EportJake" 23rd Jun 2016
EportJake

If you are sat at a distance where your eyes cannot see the smooth and … If you are sat at a distance where your eyes cannot see the smooth and crisp edges, its pretty pointless having them.I have a 70" 1080p TV. My viewing distance is about 15 feet and with a bluray on or my PC on I cant see any pixels. I went to a few stores to see the 4k TV's and they look stunning up close, but from my viewing distance I wasn't convinced they looked any better than a 1080p image. The really big 4k TV's yeah, but your talking about some serious wonga for a decent 70"+ 4k TV. I'm prepared to wait a couple of years to upgrade. By then there will be a decent amount of media to watch and some of the issues will be ironed out.


I wouldn't go as far as pointless now we are down to individual people's eye site my 55 inch 1080 at about the same distance drove me mad that I could see the pixels and it's shocking in 3d. It's just personal preference I guess but I would not buy a 65 inch 1080 tv for that exact reason. A 65 inch 1080 has lower pixel density than a 42 inch 720p screen and who the hell would buy a 42 inch 720p screen these days it's like going backwards picture quality wise
I'm extremely happy with my 1080p 65" SONY Android TV. No visible pixels from a 3 metre viewing distance. If you get up close then yeah, who watches something that size up close though?
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