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Kogan 55" Agora 4K Smart LED TV (Ultra HD) $749

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Experience truly immersive viewing thanks to breathtaking UHD 4K resolution and superior LED technology.
Top-quality UHD 4K resolution – four times the resolution of Full HD
Enjoy incredibly realistic cinematic action on the stunning LG panel
Get the best value 4K TV on the market
Access the internet on your TV
The 55” Agora 4K Smart LED TV provides simply breathtaking viewing. At four times the resolution of Full HD, the clarity, colour and depth of your favourite movies and TV shows is mesmerising. Immerse yourself in images that look as real as the world around you.

Audio

Speakers 2 x 10W
Connectivity

Ethernet 10/100MB
USB 2x USB 2.0
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Dimensions

Packaged 135.4 x 15.0 x 81.3cm
VESA Wall Mount Pattern 400 x 200
Weight of TV with Stand 15.5kg
Without Stand 124.0 x 6.9 x 71.8cm
With Stand 124.0 x 29.0 x 78.4cm
Display

Brightness 280cd/m²
Dynamic Contrast Ratio 1200:1
Max. Resolution 3840 x 2016 @ 30FPS via HDMI
Native Aspect Ratio 16:9
Panel LG
Panel Technology LED
Pixel/Dot Pitch 0.420 x 0.315 mm
Refresh Rate 60Hz
Response Time 8ms
Size 55"
VGA Input Supported Resolutions 640x480 @ 60Hz,640x480 @ 800x600 @ 60Hz,800x600 @1024x768 @ 60Hz,1024x768 @ 1280x1024 @ Hz,1366x768 @ 60Hz, 1920x1080 @ 60Hz
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 - Max resolution 720p
Inputs

Antenna In 1
Audio 1
Component (YPbPr) 1
Composite (AV) 1
HDMI 3 * HDMI2.0 (1x MHL, 1xARC)
VGA (D-sub) 1
Media

Supported USB Audio Codecs MP3, AAC
Supported USB Photo File Types JPEG, PNG, BMP
Supported USB Video Codecs MPEG-1 / MPEG-2 / MPEG-4 / H.264
Supported Video File Types MPG, MPEG, MP4, MOV, MKV
Other

Wall Mount Screw Size M6
Outputs

3.5mm Stereo Audio 1
Coaxial Audio Out 1
Performance

CPU A53x4 1GHz
GPU T720MP2
OS Android
OS Version 5.1
RAM 1GB
Power

Energy Rating 3.5 Star
Standby Consumption < 1W
T V

TV Resolution 4K UHD
TV Size 50" - 70"
Type Smart TV
Tuning And Signal

Analogue TV System DVB-T/PAL/SECAM
Signal Compatibility 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p,1080i, 1080p
Tuner Type Si-Tuner

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    are these any good ?

    • +12 votes

      http://www.productreview.com.au/p/kogan-55-agora-4k-smart-3d...

      Review rating:

      Excellent 4
      Good 4
      OK 5
      Bad 9
      Terrible 27

    • +3 votes

      "You get what you pay for" applies with most Kogan branded products.

      If you pay rubbish prices, you get rubbish products.

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        I paid $550 for their 55" 1080p TV about a year and a half ago and it's been a pretty good investment so far - never had any issues, so each to their own.

        My only complaint is sound quality by default on these TVs is absolutely horrendous, like a speaker in a tin can but I had a Sony soundbar lying around to hook up so I soon forgot how absolute shit the sound quality was. The actual quality of the TVs panels isn't bad (most of them use LG panels), and I use my TV mainly for gaming on the couch.

        This is the 1080p one though, not the 4k. I would gauge that the same price for a 4k TV probably has a bit of drawbacks.

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    Kogan, TV's for people who have never bought a branded product in their lives.

  • +1 vote

    Max. Resolution 3840 x 2016 @ 30FPS via HDMI
    HDMI 3 * HDMI2.0 (1x MHL, 1xARC)

    Seems a bit weird that it has HDMI 2.0, but is limited to 30fps @ 4K.
    I sincerely hope they mean x 2160, and not x 2016, too!

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    K/Bogan Quality

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    I have this TV for 2 yrs now and I absolutely have no problem with it - Yes, some features are crap, sound quality is crap but thats fine- You get what you pay for… For the money I paid, I am quite happy with it…Dont compare this with a $1500 or $2000 branded TV…

  • +1 vote

    Just a reminder that only certain brands of TV are licensed for 4K content with the inbuilt Netflix app, too, and this is not one of them