These Toshiba TV"s are nice. I've got the 2018 4k (Non-HDR) model. The only complaint that I have is that the Freeview Play/Smart TV Hub options, require you to have your tv tuned in with an aerial (Which I don't have), it doesn't simply work by being connected via ethernet. I think most people probably have some kind of box hooked up to the tv these day so it probably isn't a problem. Nice TV, Nice Price!
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Same tv https://www.johnlewis.com/lg-55uk7550pla-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-55-with-freeview-play-freesat-hd-crescent-stand-ultra-hd-certified-silver/p3501555
IT is the same TV at John Lewis, but John Lewis price is £699.95. I know you get a 5 year Guarantee with JL but is it worth the difference in price to this deal ? Hisense H55U7BUK ULED HDR (2019) 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview Play, Black/Silver £574 ebay / hughesdirect£574eBay Deals
Same tv john lewis https://www.johnlewis.com/hisense-h55u7buk-uled-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-55-with-freeview-play-black-silver/p4083358
What warranty do you get through eBay, struggling to see it listed? 12 months I presume? You can extend on their website for 5 years for £50 it seems.
I'd take a 55 ambilight over a 65 non ambilight. Plus you have android TV and the new P5 processing engine used in the higher end models.
This is an inferior TV. No ambilight for a start. Stick with the one you bought.
Just purchased the Philips TV 55PUS7383 for £454 . This is a bigger tv , but is it a better TV as I have the budget to go up a little ?
Looking to get a 65 inch tv - is this any good?
U mean this TV https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-55nu8000-55-inch-4k-uhd-smart-tv-with-hdr-free-soundbar-729-at-argos-3215276
Guys this model is the update for the 2018 Nu8000 model and it is WORSE! Pls check out https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/ru8000. The HDR is worse off but you can check out for yourselves. Hope this helps
£225 more expensive?
Same tv Try richer sounds u get a 6 year warranty https://www.richersounds.com/samsung-ue55ru8000.html
I see the point of curved PC monitors, 1 person sat in one position getting a proper view, but how on earth does a curved TV work when me and the missus have a sofa each to slob on...we're both going to be missing a bit of one side of the screen or the other...??
I'm trying to find the 49, heat for 55
Will be interested to hear what differences you notice.
Can you not install a hard drive into this TV? I wanted to record programmes
Cheers. The latest firmware is 1260.8: download here
I think it did one automatically, current version is 1252
I highly recommend buying this if it's still available - I just purchased one today. 1. This TV is the best in this price range (and still is even for a couple of price points above it). Lots of very good reviews on avforums and other places. 2. This is biting price - the lowest it's been and probably as low as it will get.
Mine had an OTA software update recently which is unusual for Hisense by all accounts. They usually take an "if it ain't broken, don't fix it" which is fair enough. Not sure what's changed apart from a new splash screen so I need to check AVForums. Someone will know.
Sick of pure20 deals we get it 20% on ebay e
Thanks.... Damn now I want one! The Hisense TVs seem to be reviewed really well across the board.
Yes 2 of them do
Maybe they aren't bothering with this one. Glad I got the 5 year one (y)
I bought this last week from C&M/eBay during the £100 off deal. The 5 year warranty is clearly itemised on the invoice they sent so this comment doesn’t seem correct to me...
No 5 years warranty, I've given the store a call. The 5 years warranty only applies when buying from the store directly.
OLEDs create perfect black if the panel pixel voltage can be taken down to 0 volts. You can make an OLED panel show grey instead of black by increasing brightness setting of the panel. You'll find a number of people moaning about black levels on older LGs when firmware updates have changed something.
I was under the impression OLEds create the perfect blacks by simply switching off, so surely it's harder not to be black than it is to be grey :/ . I'm no expert tho, happy to be corrected... Still tempted (lol)
The blacks are fine on it, I haven't seen any banding or blocking near black or in grey tones, I don't really have any banding, none that can be seen on actual content. Wherever that review is from either had really bad settings or a broken panel perhaps or maybe not even reviewed the actual TV. I don't think anyone has a problem with the black level on the TV.
Always nice to hear from an actual owner wayne, better than the scaremongers. As an owner, if you turn off all the crappy processing settings, are you able to achieve perfect black?
It's the bit saying blacks are not achievable, can deal with the rest but don't see the point of an OLED if you get anything other than black!
6500 has screen mirroring feature from mobile devices and 4 HDMI where 6200 only has 3.
Is this rgbw
Does anyone know the difference between this and the 6200 on Hughes Direct which is a tenner cheaper?
Decent price cheers
It's a smart TV ... Missing from the description but in the spec. Good price
It can, if you're a tellytubby.
Buy a fire stick for 30 quid. Problem solved.
Please be aware of the big problem that affects all Samsung NU7000 series Smart TV'S. As they've cut costs and put in only 1gb of storage, of which 100mb is usable. After only a few months when the Samsung apps need to update it'll ask you to free up over 100mb more space, which you cannot as the default apps cannot be removed. Meaning all your apps will be outdated and you eventually will have no space for new apps. This has happened to me after only half a year. I love my 65" NU7400, but this problem means it will not work properly as a smart TV. Take a look at this huge thread for details, like many others I'm fighting to get a replacement /refund: https://eu.community.samsung.com/t5/TV/Apps-storage-space-issue/td-p/808085
That's not true. It's perfect if you live in a lighthouse.
Is it because it can't be wall mounted?
Viewing angles are terrible.
Be quick as they forgot to put the price up on this one, will be £50 more soon....
This is a very good deal.
Jeeesh get over yourself... I actually did take a look as I would be interested in something like that... I thought it might be like a the dreamscreen but no it's a camera strapped to the top of your screen (lol) Who wants that?!
That looks rubbish, why would you want a camera stuck on the top of your tv (lol)
Changed my mind on this led gimmick it is actually not bad and not a bad price for a 50 incher but the prices i have noticed are dropping rapidly on 50's the new in thing is the 65+ and they are falling in price too - but if you want to add the Ambilight facility to your telly without having to buy a Phillips check out the Govee backlight - much better than the Phillips design as it works with Alexa/Google and has lots of other functionality - quite pricey at 70 bricks though! https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07JKVKZX8?pf_rd_p=2d1ab404-3b11-4c97-b3db-48081e145e35&pf_rd_r=G61WNA9KYMCJG7GE7M2R
Heat added. Bought the 65 inch version last month and really pleased with it.
Keeps getting cheaper! I'm honestly not sure, I think it depends on what you want to use it for. I researched between both sets for ages and in the end went with the cheaper one as : A) I'd be turning off motion processing as personally, I can't stand how it makes things look speeded up. For other people, yes I would agree with your suggestion as the 6703/6753 suffer with motion judder unless you put it in Monitor mode (which I have done). B) The Android TV implementation doesn't support refresh rate switching. Depending on the content you're using, it's a dealbreaker for me as I'd still have to keep the Fire TV plugged in.
HOT, It's worth paying the extra £100 for the android version with much better P5 processing engine.
Wow very cheap !!!! Is that bezel cheap & plasticky?
Great tv for the money. Had mine a while now.
Glad I waited was going to bite with the 10% off code few weeks ago! Knew the 20% off one would come back
This possibly a little late (4 hours) but have you got the payment on paypal set to pay after delivery? It has to be set on pay now.
Nice find, heat ;)
Had this Tv from Amazon, Was in the process of sending it back due to light bleed, and black not been very black. When i dropped it of the wall mount (mad)
Ordered for the bar (lol)
Ordered one of these and roku 4k stick from ebay. Roku will take over the smart TV job so I don't have to worry about Tv's slow & stuttering smart TV functionality. Total cost £311
This must be better than the linsar one posted recently, am I right?
I got one of these really pleased with it but it is a bit thick compared to others
Gets decent reviews, ordered :-)
VGA input socket - "video graphics array" is a video output connection that is the display standard for PC computers. XD (lol)
Try going on which (y) £1 for the first month and you can cancel anytime they have everything you need to know and lots more I would say under £1000 LG are the best and Samsung there Best Buy reviews are great (y)
Just look at the equivalent LG offerings, a few miles ahead for a couple of quid more.... it's not terrible, just not great.
After a TV around £400-£500 any recommends ?
Have you got all day......and night ? A quick search for other TVs on this site alone will tell you all you need to know ;)