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Kogan Agora 55" Ultra HD 4K TV $899 + Shipping ($600 off RRP) at Kogan


Kogan 55" Agora 4K Smart 3D LED TV (Ultra HD)
Technical Specifications


Technology Passive 3D

Speakers 2 x 5W

Ethernet 10/100 USB 2x USB 2.0, 1x USB 3.0 Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n

Packaged 137.8 x 19.3 x 88.4cm VESA Wall Mount Pattern 400 x 400 Weight of TV with Stand 26.54kg Without Stand 123.12 x 5.37 x 71.10cm With Stand 123.12 x 31.5 x 76.45cm

Brightness 300cd/m² Dynamic Contrast Ratio 1200:1 Native Aspect Ratio 16:9 Panel LG PCBI Panel Technology LED PC Supported Resolutions 640x480 @ 60Hz, 800x600 @ 60Hz, 1024x768 @ 60Hz, 1280x1024 @ 60Hz, 1360x768 @ 60Hz, 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz, 3840 x 2160 @ 30Hz Pixel/Dot Pitch 0.315 x 0.315 Refresh Rate 120Hz Refresh Rate @ 4K 30Hz Resolution 3840 x 2160 Response Time 8ms Size 55" Viewable Angle 178° x 178°
Functions and Features

Electronic Programme Guide Yes Personal Video Recorder Yes Supported USB Devices Powered external drives up to 1TB Timeshift Yes USB Media Playback Yes

Colour White (Rear)

Antenna In 1 Audio 1 Component (YPbPr) 1 Composite (AV) 1 HDMI 4x HDMI 1.4 (1x MHL, 1x ARC compatible) VGA (D-sub) 1

Supported USB Audio Codecs MP3, AC3 Supported USB Photo File Types JPEG, PNG, BMP Supported USB Video Codecs MPEG-1 / MPEG-2 / MPEG-4 / H.264 Supported Video File Types DAT, MPG, MPEG, TS, TRP, TP, M2TS, VOB, MP4, FLV

Wall Mount Screw Size M6

3.5mm Stereo Audio 1 Coaxial Audio Out 1

CPU A9 Dual-Core CPU 1.2Ghz GPU Quad-Core GPU Mali400*4, 300Mhz OS Android OS Version 4.2 Jelly Bean RAM 768MB

Energy Consumption 339kWh per year Energy Star Rating 5 Standby Consumption < 1W
Tuning and Signal

Analogue TV System PAL/SECAM Signal Compatibility 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p Tuner Type Integrated HD Tuner

Type Smart TV, 3D TV, 4K UHD TV

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  • +1 vote

    Could you put the brand and model number in the title please?


    Don't know why anyone would want to watch 4k @ 30Hz


      Can you explain what the problem would be?
      Thank you.


        Sorry, should have clarified my original post. There's nothing wrong with 4k@30Hz seeing as the content is generally 24/30fps. There's a lack of 4k content to begin with so I can't myself justify the purchase yet and I'm waiting until there's a decent TV with 60Hz before I take the 4K dive. Sorry if I confused you.


    If you are short sighted and have lost your specs, the 40" 3D TCL TV for $599 at TheGoodGuys also seems like a reasonable deal. Unlike this deal the TCL is smaller and uses active shutter glasses. Arguably the Passive 3D used by the Kogan may be a better choice for a UHD TV, because even though Passive 3D halves your resolution, you have a UHD TV has a lot of resolution to burn and Passive 3D has some advantage such as light and cheap glasses. I have heard that some passive UHD 3D TV's still drop you down to 720p during 3D movies, but this comment describes the 3D as "crystal clear"; maybe this means that you really do get Full HD and 3D at the same time (or maybe they are just happy with their 720p 3D?).

    The 40" TCL may be a better choice for a huge monitor though. For a monitor, 55" is leaving huge and entering stupidly huge territory…


    I think I prefer the 32" for $249. Put 2 together for cinemascope.


    Is this the same TV they're talking about from April 2014?

    Seems like it was $999 back then.


      Definitely the same TV.


        So it's really a $100 saving on a TV that has been out for close to a year. :/


          Pretty much, still not that bad of a price.
          Actually, read around, not much good to be said about this TV.

          Also it's a pretty misleading that the title and store page says $600 off when it's been $999 for almost a year.


    Proof that 4k means very little. There's many more important aspects that make up a great panel. Paying big $ for 4k was wasted. This thing would look rubbish against the best 1080p panels, 4k source or not.