Toshiba 65U5863DB, 65 inch, 4K Ultra HD, HDR, Smart TV - £529 @ Very (Free C&C)
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Toshiba 65U5863DB, 65 inch, 4K Ultra HD, HDR, Smart TV - £529 @ Very (Free C&C)

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Posted 10th Aug
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Toshiba65U5863DB, 65 Inch, 4K Ultra HD, HDR, Smart TV

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The Toshiba 65U5863DB 65 Inch 4K Smart TV Is A Visual Spectacle That's Not To Be Missed.Providing 4 times the picture quality of a Full HD TV, this Toshiba 4K TV brings you spectacular, lifelike clarity and deep, rich colours on a 65 inch screen. Soak up a stunning 3850 x 2160 resolution that gives you a viewing experience so lifelike that you'll feel like you're right there at the heart of the action, whether it's a rom-com, your favourite soap, the big match or a Hollywood blockbuster!

With Dolby Vision HDR, the TV also offers exceptional scene-be-scene picture accuracy, ensuring exactly the right level of brightness for every TV frame. This TV ensures compatibility with a world-leading portfolio of Dolby mastered content, which includes everything from films and Blu-ray titles to TV series and video games.

You can also tune into a whole new world of home entertainment via the Smart portal. Tune into a world of 4K content through Netflix and YouTube or stream music via TuneIn.
Watch movies on demand, catch-up services, keep up with social media and more. You can also use USB playback to enjoy movies, photos and music stored on a USB stick.

Designed in collaboration with leading hi-fi brand Onkyo, the U58 TV speaker offers a more immersive audio experience, making every seat in the room the perfect 'sweet spot'.
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Anyone tell me if this would be decent to get always stuck with LG Samsung Sony
Ok it's Toshiba surprised you didn't put that in title.
Funny enough been looking at this TV in the last day and tempted, more so if full HDR10 than simply HDR10 compatible. Though as my max budget for a TV is £500 (55" TV) its not to far over that. But as the other half isn't fully behind the idea of a new TV and feels the near 8 year old 47" HD is fine (despite her not having seen 4k) a 65" over a 55" compared to the 47" might be more trouble than its worth lol.
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Edited by: "buliztik" 10th Aug
dave9946110/08/2019 19:38

Funny enough been looking at this TV in the last day and tempted, more so …Funny enough been looking at this TV in the last day and tempted, more so if full HDR10 than simply HDR10 compatible. Though as my max budget for a TV is £500 (55" TV) its not to far over that. But as the other half isn't fully behind the idea of a new TV and feels the near 8 year old 47" HD is fine (despite her not having seen 4k) a 65" over a 55" compared to the 47" might be more trouble than its worth lol.


Will be well worth it, it will be like watching the original teletubbies on your older set, compared to watching Pinky Malinky on the new one!!!

If you can get the extra 10" somewhere in your viewing area.. do it, 55 to 65 is amazing and 47 to 65 you all will love!
Good Price, Just wondering if first time account opening and take it on Very credit if possible to get 20% off or is that only off next purchase?
Edited by: "ngs" 10th Aug
Reviews are poor
This is definitely a VESTEL jobbie.

I bought ( for less than 500 ) this Hisense below a couple of weeks ago and think it’s great.its now the same price as this TV.
amazon.co.uk/His…7EG

and i I used this guide to set up the picture- again looks great after a very a couple of minutes doing some fine tuning.

avforums.com/thr…36/
It's a vestel product and just far from reliable. Hisense own the Toshiba brand but vestel still makes the tosh product. They are miles apart and hisense UI much friendlier I find.
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