Toshiba 65U6763DB 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £683.98 (Costco)
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Toshiba 65U6763DB 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £683.98 (Costco)

£683.98Costco Deals
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Found 7th Mar
Obviously requires Costco membership and isn't a top of the line TV but good price for a 65".

Ultra HD

Live and breathe the on-screen action with a Toshiba 4K UHD TV. Bringing you exhilarating life-like picture clarity, 4K UHD TVs display four times more detail than Full HD models.

Toshiba Smart Portal

A whole new world of entertainment awaits you on your Toshiba big screen TV and it’s all just one click away. Choose from Toshiba’s huge range of music, video, TV and social media apps. With NetflixⓇ and YouTube™, you will find plenty of 4K content. And, with Opera TV, you can discover even more entertainment variety.

WLAN

WLAN transforms your TV experience, bringing you an instant connection to the outside world. Tune into more music and entertainment or check and update your status on social media.

Video on Demand

Don't miss out on any global video hits and YouTube™ sensations. There is no end of things to watch with local and worldwide video applications.

Features:

  • 4K Ultra HD TV
  • 4 x HDMI, 3 x USB, 1 x Scart connections
  • USB recording functionality
  • Toshiba Smart Portal entertainment hub
  • Internal WLAN and Bluetooth
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Wow who would spend this much on a Vestel?!

As freakstyler has touched upon, Vestel are cheap tv's all made with the same low budget components inside, and all have the same on screen options , layout, settings etc due to using the same base firmware:

All the following are effectively the same Vestel tv with the relevant badge stuck on them:

Acoustic Solutions (Argos)
Awai
Akai
Crown
Clayton
Daewoo
Duel
Emerson
Ferguson
Finlux
Funai
Hitachi
Hyundai
JVC
Luxor
Matsui
Medion
Orion
Panasonic (the lower spec A and CX range)
Philips (the PFL range)
Polaroid
Sanyo
Sharp
Technika
Toshiba
Not voting this cold but you can have a 65" Hisense for not much more on AO or splash the extra cash on a well reviewed H65N6800 with cast iron John Lewis warranty for £899.

Vestel TV's, especially those sporting a premium badge such as this "Toshiba" are a false economy in my opinion.
joegidds14 h, 47 m ago

I mean it’s a 65” tv for under £700 and you’re surprised it’s made of cheap …I mean it’s a 65” tv for under £700 and you’re surprised it’s made of cheap components?


There's cheap and then there's Vestel cheap. In my opinion £680 is on the pricey side for a Vestel of this calibre especially considering Cosco were doing a 65" LG 65UJ634V for the same price a month ago.
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Which costco did you find it in
Great, later version panel, of a vestel supplied TV, this was selling for £1100+
six months ago and has dropped each month or so to this fab price.

Full and user manual here:

toshiba-tv.com/fil…pdf
abz_99937 m ago

Which costco did you find it in



Online deal
Not voting this cold but you can have a 65" Hisense for not much more on AO or splash the extra cash on a well reviewed H65N6800 with cast iron John Lewis warranty for £899.

Vestel TV's, especially those sporting a premium badge such as this "Toshiba" are a false economy in my opinion.
Good price hot for me, if it was with hdr I would have ordered one,
freakstyler7 h, 32 m ago

Not voting this cold but you can have a 65" Hisense for not much more on …Not voting this cold but you can have a 65" Hisense for not much more on AO or splash the extra cash on a well reviewed H65N6800 with cast iron John Lewis warranty for £899.Vestel TV's, especially those sporting a premium badge such as this "Toshiba" are a false economy in my opinion.


Could you please link to the reviews of the 6800 please? Thank you
Wow who would spend this much on a Vestel?!

As freakstyler has touched upon, Vestel are cheap tv's all made with the same low budget components inside, and all have the same on screen options , layout, settings etc due to using the same base firmware:

All the following are effectively the same Vestel tv with the relevant badge stuck on them:

Acoustic Solutions (Argos)
Awai
Akai
Crown
Clayton
Daewoo
Duel
Emerson
Ferguson
Finlux
Funai
Hitachi
Hyundai
JVC
Luxor
Matsui
Medion
Orion
Panasonic (the lower spec A and CX range)
Philips (the PFL range)
Polaroid
Sanyo
Sharp
Technika
Toshiba
bozkurt18813 h, 33 m ago

Good price hot for me, if it was with hdr I would have ordered one,


At this price though if it did HDR it would be so poor you wouldn't really notice a difference.
MrCynical10 m ago

Wow who would spend this much on a Vestel?!As freakstyler has touched …Wow who would spend this much on a Vestel?!As freakstyler has touched upon, Vestel are cheap tv's all made with the same low budget components inside, and all have the same on screen options , layout, settings etc due to using the same base firmware:All the following are effectively the same Vestel tv with the relevant badge stuck on them:Acoustic Solutions (Argos)AwaiAkaiCrownClaytonDaewooDuelEmersonFergusonFinluxFunaiHitachiHyundaiJVCLuxorMatsuiMedionOrionPanasonic (the lower spec A and CX range)Philips (the PFL range)PolaroidSanyoSharpTechnikaToshiba


To be fair I had a 32" 1080p Technika which I'm pretty sure was made by Vestel and the panel was fantastic, turned out it had a Samsung panel.
MrCynical10 m ago

Wow who would spend this much on a Vestel?!As freakstyler has touched …Wow who would spend this much on a Vestel?!As freakstyler has touched upon, Vestel are cheap tv's all made with the same low budget components inside, and all have the same on screen options , layout, settings etc due to using the same base firmware:All the following are effectively the same Vestel tv with the relevant badge stuck on them:Acoustic Solutions (Argos)AwaiAkaiCrownClaytonDaewooDuelEmersonFergusonFinluxFunaiHitachiHyundaiJVCLuxorMatsuiMedionOrionPanasonic (the lower spec A and CX range)Philips (the PFL range)PolaroidSanyoSharpTechnikaToshiba



I mean it’s a 65” tv for under £700 and you’re surprised it’s made of cheap components?
No, I'm not.
I'm just letting people know not to look at a badge on the front but who actually made it instead.

Voltage regulators, mpeg decoder chips, Wi-Fi chips, firmware, a million other parts....just because the panel may be "branded" doesn't mean it's going to be as good a picture.
Takes lots of components to make a tv.

And I'm no brand snob by the way. Relatives have a cheapo Polaroid 50" tv and for the money I think it's great.
But would I trust it to last 3 Or 5 years.....
joegidds14 h, 47 m ago

I mean it’s a 65” tv for under £700 and you’re surprised it’s made of cheap …I mean it’s a 65” tv for under £700 and you’re surprised it’s made of cheap components?


There's cheap and then there's Vestel cheap. In my opinion £680 is on the pricey side for a Vestel of this calibre especially considering Cosco were doing a 65" LG 65UJ634V for the same price a month ago.
freakstyler7th Mar

Not voting this cold but you can have a 65" Hisense for not much more on …Not voting this cold but you can have a 65" Hisense for not much more on AO or splash the extra cash on a well reviewed H65N6800 with cast iron John Lewis warranty for £899.Vestel TV's, especially those sporting a premium badge such as this "Toshiba" are a false economy in my opinion.


Hi could you tell me Is the hisence tv proper hdr or just pass through?
700 quid and not even basic HDR support. Seems a bit steep
excellent!! cheers!!
MrCynical7th Mar

Wow who would spend this much on a Vestel?!As freakstyler has touched …Wow who would spend this much on a Vestel?!As freakstyler has touched upon, Vestel are cheap tv's all made with the same low budget components inside, and all have the same on screen options , layout, settings etc due to using the same base firmware:All the following are effectively the same Vestel tv with the relevant badge stuck on them:Acoustic Solutions (Argos)AwaiAkaiCrownClaytonDaewooDuelEmersonFergusonFinluxFunaiHitachiHyundaiJVCLuxorMatsuiMedionOrionPanasonic (the lower spec A and CX range)Philips (the PFL range)PolaroidSanyoSharpTechnikaToshiba


Thanks

I can only find hfl and pus models of philips online.
MrCynical7th Mar

Wow who would spend this much on a Vestel?!As freakstyler has touched …Wow who would spend this much on a Vestel?!As freakstyler has touched upon, Vestel are cheap tv's all made with the same low budget components inside, and all have the same on screen options , layout, settings etc due to using the same base firmware:All the following are effectively the same Vestel tv with the relevant badge stuck on them:Acoustic Solutions (Argos)AwaiAkaiCrownClaytonDaewooDuelEmersonFergusonFinluxFunaiHitachiHyundaiJVCLuxorMatsuiMedionOrionPanasonic (the lower spec A and CX range)Philips (the PFL range)PolaroidSanyoSharpTechnikaToshiba


What about other panasonic models? Es ex and dx models?
Dekard972 h, 31 m ago

700 quid and not even basic HDR support. Seems a bit steep


It’s a 65” though...

It’s also not OLED.
Bought this last week when AO had 10% discount on Ebay and paid £630 which is a steal for a 65" tv. There is no HDR and the picture needs a bit of adjustment out of the box, but the 720p and 1080p content I put through it looks fantastic. It also has a centre stand so it fits on my existing unit.
Some advice I have a Philips 4K standard no HDR, I would say do not buy a 4K tv without HDR because almost all 4K movie torrents are HDR so you need a powerful PC connected to your TV which can use MadVR or MPV player to convert those movies to SDR and its just hassle.

If you play 4K movies with HDR without conversion they look extremely pale and washed out colours which is unwatchable. If you are going for 4K HDR is a must as manufacturers don't give a fuss about the people who purchased a standard 4K TV a few years ago.
I only go to Costco for the cheap hot dogs and whatevers on offer
freakstyler8th Mar

There's cheap and then there's Vestel cheap. In my opinion £680 is on the …There's cheap and then there's Vestel cheap. In my opinion £680 is on the pricey side for a Vestel of this calibre especially considering Cosco were doing a 65" LG 65UJ634V for the same price a month ago.


Totally agree.
I bought that LG but I wouldn't buy this.
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