expired Hisense 65P6 65" (164cm) UHD LED LCD Smart TV $1036 + Delivery or Free C&C @ The Good Guys eBay

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Great price, compared to last deal posted 3 days ago. One of my mate has it, I think great bang for the buck

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  • +1 vote

    seems like a really good price for Hisense 65 inch, can anyone comment on that? quality vs price TIA

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      I bought the P6 for $1340 from Appliance Central in July and think it's fantastic, but that being said, i'm not a huge tv geek so probably pretty easy to please.

      Another user mentioned in the previous thread that they weren't too impressed with the smart functions and the sound, however i have mine connected to an Apple TV and a Yamaha soundbar so have zero issues.

      I understand the P7 has local dimming which probably would have been nice though.

  • +2 votes

    Any big difference between P6 and P7 except price?

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      Interested as well.

    • +1 vote

      Looks like the p7 is 10bit panel so it does proper HDR. Whereas p6 is only 8 bit so isn’t really displaying HDR as nice as it could be. I think they use pixel dimming to reproduce to HDR effect. Seems good for the price. Really under $1100 it’s a bargain.

    • +1 vote

      P7 has 10-bit (HDR plus, wide colour gamut, 1 billion colours v 16 million on P6), local dimming and it is 200motion, not 100motion refresh.

  • +4 votes

    I'm still waiting for a good deal on a 75P7. And afterpay/zippay too! But it doesn't seem to happen.

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    Just dropped the hammer. Hope it's good! Thanks, letmesing

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    damn.. regretting buying panasonic fx 700, for 1800 with $170 in harvey norman gift card, should have wait.. T.T

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    Anyone comment on what watching sport looks like on this set? Any motion blur?

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      Apparently for gaming/sports you should aim for the p7 and above.

      I'm torn between getting a 55" p7 which would suit my needs, but the p8 is a quality TV but the smallest size is 65" which might be too large for my viewing area, but if a great deal came out on the p8 i'd be sorely tempted!

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      It should be fine with the right settings for sports. I have a 2 yr old Hisense (m series) that is fine with sports (NRL, Soccer, V8s). Just ensure it is set to 50hz for TV/Foxtel. Downloaded and streaming content can somethings be a bit of a cow depending on the frame rate it is in and how you have your media device/tv setup, so you may get some judder in panning shots based on combination of factors there, but this really applies to any TV that does not have motion smoothing enabled (i hate motion smoothing worse than panning judder, but to each there own).

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    Hows the good guys when claiming warranty?

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      Bad guys.

      Seriously, I don't know.

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      Warranty is always thru the manufacturer. This has always been the case. I don’t work for the Good Guys or any retailer but if you ever have an issue go to the manufacturer to get quicker service.

    • +1 vote

      Australian consumer law is your friend, whether good guys or Hisense. I actually had a troublesome HDMI port on my Hisense, they sent a tech out replaced a little board no worries.

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        The retailer is responsible. If they fob you off, tell them they have to detail with it.

        https://www.accc.gov.au/system/files/Warranties%20and%20refu...

        "Who must provide a remedy?
        Sellers – Each sale is a contract between the
        seller and the consumer. So if the seller breaches
        the contract by providing goods that do not
        meet a statutory warranty or condition, it is their
        responsibility to provide a remedy.
        If a seller has to return goods to a manufacturer
        for assessment or repair, the seller should arrange
        delivery.
        The law allows sellers to recover the cost of the
        remedy from the goods’ manufacturer or importer,
        if the problem was related to a manufacturing
        fault.

        Manufacturers and importers – The law also gives
        consumers the right to pursue a manufacturer or
        importer for a remedy, even if goods were bought
        from a retailer. However, manufacturers and
        importers are not required to issue refunds unless
        the consumer purchased the goods directly from
        them – that is, they have a contract of sale with
        the consumer."

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    Awesome thanks, mums Xmas present is sorted!

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    24 hours in, and I couldn't be happier; for under $1100 delivered, I feel like I've scored the deal of the year! For sure there are no doubt better panels and units with more features out there, but for what I want, it's fantastic. Racked off all the defaults; tweaked the brightness, contrast, picture mode, etc. and it's great. Haven't tried any of the on-board apps, as I didn't need a smartTV, I use an nVIDIA Shield (also a recent OzBargain score!) for most of my content, and FTA TV. A very happy camper indded. A point to note, the unit has a three-year, in-home repair warranty. Hisense clearly has faith in their product.

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    No issues that I've noticed so far, up to about 45 degrees still fine. Will check further tonight

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