Anyone know the warranty on this one. Just says "standard warranty".
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Viewing angles are terrible.
Be quick as they forgot to put the price up on this one, will be £50 more soon....
Just purchased as spotted this earlier. Good reviews
This is significantly better, in all aspects.
I like the look of this...i.need a TV as just moved into own place...
Anyone know how this compares to that Linsar 4k TV posted the other day? I missed it at £199 so didn't buy. I'm assuming this is better, but £100 better? I know nothing about TVs - just want a decent one (current one is tiny) to play PS4 and watch occasional movies.
Op. this TV has Ambilight & should be mentioned in the title... - - - Last time it was posted less than 2 weeks ago for £379 & went to over 800° - Philips Ambilight 50PUS6753/12 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR Plus, Freeview Play and 3-sided - Dark Silver: £379 @ Amazon
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?
I have the 65 inch version of this TV and absolutely love it, the ambilight is a great feature and makes such a difference to watching movies, especially documentaries, gaming is fantastic too, red dead 2 is brilliant on this TV, the os is fine too, nothing mind blowing but simple and intuitive, think this is a fantastic TV for the money.
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)
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Just bought this on Amazon for £220. Excellent TV. I've had LG, Phillips, Samsung and I can safely say it's the best TV I've had. Sound is excellent, picture quality is great. Features as small as the button shortcuts for Prime, Netflix, YouTube just make it a great experience!
Looks good by this review. https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/hisense-a620 One thing that concerns me when reading a lot of reviews is the poor SD performance on 4K sets (i am talking sub £500 models so maybe more expensive handle it better). When you consider most viewing is in SD (normal Freeview channels) its an important area unless you are only going to watch 4K DVD's. I also read that streaming 4K is only on par with HD image quality on most 4K TV's. Its a minefield but for the money this seems a solid buy.
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 :-)
the only problem with this is people start spamming the deals posting items with the 20% off ebay items. I am not complaining I just wish we had a system that you could have a master deal for a code like this and then post all the deals under the one topic so it was all in place. :)
That sucks then (lol)
They might have all been vacuumed up :D
Fair enough, I just think it's lazy, posting items that are only discounted by the ebay code - if they had been discounted too then fair play.
All their items is more expensive on ebay store, dont know if thats normal for them or they raise the price recently to account for the 20% off. most item works out abit cheaper but no where near 20% off claim. Guess i will hold off for prime day to by my pc parts, since the minimum saving is not worth going to ebuyer with their terrible CS
Not bad price for a smart tv cheers (y)
Looks a nice TV especially for the price. Been waiting for a Samsung QLED to come out at a similar price to this but I might just get this instead. Personally prefer LG anyway
I'm reading a lot that DV isn't all that great and that the Sony isn't great with it.
I thought HDR10+ was to do with giving non HDR content a HDR like image
I have a Sony XF90 with DV and a Philips OLED 803 with HDR. The Philips screen crushes the Sony, DV ain’t all that imo
Shame there’s no DV functionality. Night and day difference between DV and HDR10.
for those interested in the one connect box, this does not have one. only the q7 and q9 do.
The extra 1gb will make some of the bigger apps processing in memory a bit quicker, but pretty much horses for courses with all these low end ones, not had an issue with a much older one than this one, but fancied a cheap 4 year newer one to mess about with (y)
3 weeks on ours or less, covered by AliExpress, why a waste of time? Just use a credit, prepay or debit card, it's a tenner!
(lol) (lol) Lol!! Brilliant GW!!!! Can imagine it now, poor Switchy's mother getting 636,892 tenner android boxes arriving for "hukd" forwarding!!! We have the space to do that, but none of the patience to actually do it!!!!
In a nutshell, that's what I was saying, even on a recent test out all the new kit expo we went to, the employees presenting the kit, did not know the difference, streaming or otherwise, let alone if it was 1080p or real 4k! This plays and runs all the apps most Android users run on their £400+ smartphones, but it's a chuck away tenner item! (y)
That's a good way to do it, as a lot of hukd buyers on here have lots of family to do that with and would save any issues!
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 ;)
Can you explain what the problem is with this TV? Seems like a really good deal to me.
Thats what we talked about above. Sony will give better HDR and if you sit square on and will be mainly using sky or xbox (ie, anything except the woeful android system) its the one to get. If you sit at an angle, eg a largish living room, prefer using TV based smart system and want to save £200 to put towards a sound system (which is decent on the LG - better than the sony) get the LG. In fact if watching sports Id still suggest the 9500 as its BFI is supposed to be bang on.
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Sony will produce better HDR. It has higher peak brightness compared to the LG. Yes the interface is slow... But if you use an external source such as Sky a lot of the issues with Android can be avoided. If you do need wide viewing angles then the LG is the best... But overall the Sony will give you better picture and better HDR. WebOS is by far the easiest TV OS to use.
Ah yes the Sony is a £1 under £1000. The LG is fald, and DV too, although the Sony implementation is a bit better. LG is IPS, so contrast won't be as good but viewing angles will be a lot better. Plus Webos is far better than android imo. Personally I'd still choose the LG, but I'd go for the Sony over the samsung purely because no one cares about HDR 10+.
I had one for about 4 years now and it is still going strong (used daily). The YSP-2500 is quite an old model now, it was updated by the YSP-2700 a couple of years ago. The only problem I've had with the YSP-2500 is the wireless subwoofer which can often cut out through signal interference. It can however be run in wired mode which is what I do to avoid any problems. I would be wary of soundbars without a subwoofer and would definitely recommend auditioning those first. The round hi-fi style feet can be removed if you want a more minimal look.
Just get a Samsung ms650 or a ms651 Nothing comes close for the price, can be picked up for £200.. look at reviews. Still.one of the best now.
The sound quality of this model is astonishing (and the surround effect really does work) - that's an awesome price.
Great sound on these things and like that you can hard-wire the sub. I have the 3300, which only has wireless sub - the sub drops out all of the time. This is a common problem with all ysp systems if you have other local WiFi devices close by, so would only recommend getting this if you’re able to wire the sub.
I'm also interested in this Vs Sonos beam. I'm looking for a tv soundbar to go with my lg55oled, not bothered about Alexa.
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This should have "refurbished" in the title. I know it's in the description but without any formatting it's easy to skip past it. It does say on the ebay item page though.
3 big dimming zones horrible in dark scenes, avoid
It’s good for normal tv but terrible for sports lag
I've had this for a year and a half and it's great. Really well equipped with the smart apps a available
Call me old fashioned but would rather have hdmis on the tv or even better in a external box rather than a switch box thats it and miss half the time or is that just me
Why have loads of unsightly cables coming out your TV when you can use an auto switching box hidden away!
What is it with the new TVs these days only having 2 or 3 hdml ports I could do with 6 quite easily should be more not less
Op must be Italian
We recently got one of these at work for our break area. Also, £400’s pretty much the going rate. They’re £419 at richer sounds. Picture quality is great, though the panel isn’t particularly bright. Motion handling on game mode is surprisingly good for a 60hz panel. I haven’t noticed any input lag either. The cons: • again, pretty dark panel • adverts in the dashboard • only optical audio out, no old-fashioned headphone jack • not the fastest menus but not painfully slow
If it's anything like the 43" model I saw yesterday it was like watching a badly painted watercolour...
Yes it’s mad just like 2017 models
Samsung have form for releasing updated models with inferior spec to the previous year's.
I'd get a Q6 over this. It's been poorly reviewed against 2018 models in most places as it's a step backwards from last year's version. First time a QLED hasn't received a best buy from which too. Brightness levels seems to have taken a nose dive to below 8 series levels. rtings.com/tv/tools/compare/samsung-q6fn-vs-samsung-q60r/623/780 rtings.com/tv/tools/compare/samsung-nu8000-vs-samsung-q60r/586/780
Does it have 3d?
Panasonic isn't what it used to be.
Also available at Richer Sounds with 6 year warranty and £100 off code - https://www.richersounds.com/pana-tx75fx750b.html
And poor service