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[Pre-Order] Kogan 65" Smart HDR 4K LED TV (Series 8 MU8010) $799 + Delivery @ Kogan (Delivery Starts 31/10)


Pretty unreal price for 65" 4K Smart TV with HDR.

Take your viewing to the next level with this stunning 65” 4K Smart TV boasting a sleek LG Panel, HDR Support and buttons for Netflix and Youtube.

  • 4K Ultra HD 3840 × 2160 resolution at 60Hz
  • High Dynamic Range (HDR) for an incredibly real viewing experience
  • Easy access buttons for Netflix and YouTube
  • Freeview Plus (ABC iview, SBS On Demand, 7Plus, 9Now, tenplay)
  • Screen mirroring for Android and Windows 10 devices
  • Rapid 9ms response times so every frame renders in perfect clarity
  • Quality LG panel
  • Linux Operating System
  • Wi-Fi and LAN connectivity
  • 2 x USB and 2 x HDMI

Ultra HD & HDR
Delivering four times the resolution of Full HD and packed with HDR for an expanded range of contrast to show every subtle nuance in colour, the Kogan 65” Smart HDR 4K LED TV delivers smarter, smoother 4K Ultra HD viewing and user experience

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    Also Kogan 55" Series 8 MU8010 is $559 + Delivery

    • +13 votes

      Yeah but that one was only $399 the other day… can't pay $559 now, wouldn't be able to sleep at night!

  • +1 vote

    LOL @ Advertising "Rapid 9ms response times so every frame renders in perfect clarity"

  • +1 vote

    If you want HDR10 look elsewhere, I ordered one of the 55' and got it refunded after speaking to support and getting tihs response when I asked if if gaming consoles arent supported what about HDR bluray players.

    "As the HDR10 feature is already built in to the TV, you will no longer require a Blueray player with HDR10 to >achieve a HDR10 quality picture. You can just connect a regular Blueray player and get a HDR10 image quality.

    Blueray player with HDR10 feature is recommend to 4K resolution TVs that does not have an HDR10 feature, so that it >can improve the image quality of the TV.

    If you are going to use a Blueray player with HDR10 to a TV that already has HDR10 feature, it will only result the >same image quality or >you will not see improvements on quality of the image on the TV."

    So its safe to assume this doesn't have HDR10.

    • +9 votes

      I've read the quoted part now about half a dozen times and I've still got no idea wtf it's trying to say, except that I'm pretty sure it's wrong.

      Did you ever manage to get a sightly more coherent answer out of Kogan support or was that the extent of what they (thought they) knew about HDR10?

      • +1 vote

        Nah I just got a refund and left it at that.

        A mate of mine got one, apparently I've dodged a bullet lol

    • +4 votes

      This is utter rubbish. You 100% need a blueray player that supports HDR 10. The TV can't add in HDR 10 all by itself. It displays the colours based on the HDR10 signal from the blue ray player but only if the disc is HDR10 compatible.


    only delivery to Melb + Sydney

  • +1 vote

    As if you would need to pre order this garbage lol