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Hisense P6 65" Series 6 4K UHD TV $1036 @ JB Hi-Fi / $927 ($872 C&C) @ Videopro eBay / $918 @ Appliance Central eBay

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Great price once again and this time JB Hi Fi. Also there are other Hisense models in discount too. Feel free to explore if that suits your need :)

Thanks to Doweyy :

Also Get it for $927 Delivered ($872 C&C) @ Videopro eBay with PEARTREE - 7 Left

Or $918 Delivered @ Appliance Central eBay with PROPER10 - 10 Left

Overview

Enjoy entertainment at the touch of a button with the seriously smart Series 6.Watch your favourite movies and TV shows in stunning 4K Ultra HD, with Precision Colour delivering over 16 million colours for an enhanced, more accurate viewing experience. Featuring all-new VIDAA U 2.5 with our exclusive RemoteNOW app, never has a Smart TV been easier to use.

Key Features

65" 4K UHD (3840x2160)
High Dynamic Range (HDR)
Hisense VIDAA U
Dolby Digital
HD Tuner
Netflix/Youtube/Stan
Freeview Plus
PVR Recording
Built-in Wi-Fi
1 x Optical (TOSLINK) Output
4 x HDMI Inputs
2 x USB Ports

Related Stores

JB Hi-Fi
JB Hi-Fi
Videopro
Videopro

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  • +10 votes

    Seems to also be $927 Delivered ($872 C&C) @ Videopro eBay with PEARTREE

    Or $918 Delivered @ Appliance Central eBay with PROPER10

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    How does it compare to say a Kogan TV?

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      I have just bought a Kogan mu8010. It's been nothing but trouble. The OS is slow, the colours on 4k mode look washed, reds look orangey pink. There is a stream of what I think is dead pixels on the bottom right hand corner. Worst of all, the customer support are ignoring my tickets. I have now opened four of them requesting a refund, I am being completely ignored. I can honestly say its the worst purchase I have ever made. I understand you get what you pay for, but I expected better than this. Its worth a few hundred extra dollars to be treated correctly and receive a TV that actually works. I have more thoughts if you'd like to hear them.

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        I'd be seriously considering doing a credit card chargeback in that scenario, or a PayPal dispute (I'm assuming you paid by one of those methods). And I'd let them know that intend on doing so beforehand, and if it wasn't resolved I would do it. You paid for a working TV with warranty and that is not what you have received, so goods not at all as described.

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          I purchased via Zipay… I contacted them and asked what they could do to help me. If I chargeback or default through them I will have my credit rating affected. So I feel like I'm stuck between a rock and a hard place. I guess next step would be an ACCC complaint.

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            @Sworph: @Sworph: How much time did you leave between creating tickets? Every time you create a new one it bumps you to the back of the queue which actually makes it slower for them to get back to you. If you didn't give them a few days to respond before creating a new ticket this is likely what's happened.

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              @OrderInWrongWordsThe: I created my first ticket the day I saw the TV pulled out of the transport van laid flat on its face, not upright as the box advised. After a quick google search before unboxing I found info advising unless the panel was broken the TV should be fine. I took the TV out of the box and begun my set up, imitatively seeing issues with it.

              I contacted the shipping company to let them know there were five TVs transported this way, including mine. They took my complaint and said they'd notify the driver but I need to contact the retailer for any replacements or refund. That's when I opened my first ticket. I waited three days to receive a response, nothing - so opened another. Finally got a response asking me to power cycle the TV and provide photos of the faults. I followed the instructions and power cycled. Same issues, I sent the photos under the same ticket and received no response for two days. Responded to the same email chain asking for assistance, got nothing. This is when I begun opening new tickets, each time asked to troubleshoot, then no response.

              I'm pretty disappointed, I bought the thing to play Red Dead, but It's been two weeks and I still haven't been able to bring myself to push past Chapter two because I want the UHD experience I paid for…

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                @Sworph: While after that experience I doubt you would consider getting a replacement I thought it worth warning you that while the dead pixels may be due to damage in transit the other issues are sadly just limitations of the TV and no amount of resetting will fix it.

                The colours aren't very accurate and I am sure better TVs would have a snappier OS.

                Hopefully they get back to you soon. Know the frustration of companies not bothering to respond to issues like this and it sucks.

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                  @OrderInWrongWordsThe: Thank you for the information. I figured the colour issue would be present regardless of any faults. Once I can actually organise a refund I will spend a bit extra on something like the TV posted here. Black friday is just around the corner so I think I will wait it out until then.

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        Sorry to hear your experience but it is always better to buy from local store where return and replace is bit easy

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      They are not the same level, aren’t they?

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    Arghhh.must.resist….

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    Pulled the trigger grabbed one from Appliance Central for $918 delivered. Seems to be good bang for buck TV wise. Replacement for my old Hisense HL 65" its panel died a month ago.

    Originally was going with The Hisense P7 65" at $1516 (20% off at JB HiFi) so nearly $600 saved.

    Fingers crossed.

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      I went with the P7, better picture and better response rate. I figure this tv should hold me over for a few years until Oled is a bit cheaper.

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    Well done being Askhole! Great price

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    Will the P7 65 inch series 7 go cheaper at JB before Xmas or should I pull the trigger now?

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      TGG and JB HIFI don't have stock, display only.
      it's been a week waiting for stock.

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      Thinking about this too… Happy to get this one but if I can get P7 similar price before christmas like cyber monday I'd rather that… Or hope to at least get this price on a P6 again before christmas

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    I ended up getting the 75P7 from Appliance Central. Was slightly more expensive than Videopro, but videopro couldn't deliver to my address.

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    Any thoughts on being adamant about having a 10 bit panel?
    My understanding is the p6 doesn’t have it, and that it’s well worth the extra. But I’ve never been able to directly compare and the hyper coloured retail display settings are a bit misleading.

    Dunno if it’s worth the extra or not arghh

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      From a technical standpoint, I'd say it's only worth it if you're going for a HDR experience
      But that has other requirements, like a very high brightness screen (1000 nits is ideal), in order to look the way it was intended

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        I guess that’s the thing - isn’t the proper 10 bit HDR experience the real step up in led technology, and brings it as close to OLED etc as possible

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    i cant find how to get the jbhif

    JB Hi Fi / $927 ($872 C&C)

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    Anyone ordered from Appliance Central eBay? They never answer my eBay questions. So I refuse to buy from them.

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    What's the difference between the P6 and P7 (65 inch)? Is the P7 worth the extra $400?

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      I think the p7 has the 10 bit panel and is 'true' HDR
      BUt not totally clear… someone fuirther on in their research might know

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    I m holding for P7 to go cheaper.

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    Anyone with this TV know if it supports netflix profiles? I have a samsung and it exclusively logs into the primary/first profile and can't be changed (it only needs to be set once but I want to select the second profile!!)

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    Any reviews?? I can only find one on youtube.. Wasnt that helpful

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    Seems to also be $927 Delivered ($872 C&C) @ Videopro eBay(ebay.com.au) with PEARTREE

    NO its now $1000+ price jacked

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      Well they sold the original 7 at that price, more stock went up on the eBay site with the increased price.

  • +2 votes

    good guys has for Item (1)

    AU $1,039.00
    Postage AU $54.94
    Vouchers/coupons -AU $103.90
    Order total AU $990.04

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    Does everyone know why led 4k hdr is falling in price so rapidly ?? Maybe the entrance next month of Hisense with their keenly priced oleds and 3 year warranty will finally kill off traditional led panels. Qled and led 4k are transmissive technologies with so many drawbacks whilst oled is a pure transmissive technology. The term "burn in" is frequently used when considering oled but this is only a problem for icons in a constant position in the picture with people who watch the same channel 8 hours a day !! or gamers who spend all day gaming ???!!!
    The Panasonic fz950 is already around $1800 for the 55" and by far the best oled currently out there … project this out a couple of months and a 65" will be had for the same amount of cash !! In a year you'll be wondering why you were so silly and bought outdated tech !!

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      If in 12 months I could have got a decent 65" o-led for $872 then yes… but somehow I suspect it will be a couple more years beyond that before I can. If its in even 3 years then I'll be quite happy with the 36 months I've had with the 65P6.

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      Have been sitting on the fence to replace my main lounge room tv (Panasonic plasma) with one of these due to the price, but I think you might be right. Hopefully in 12mths or so the OLEDs drop to the current LED pricing!

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    very happy with this tv! and i love teh UI its supper snappy! played youtube, set up wifi, all easy as, love the specific named buttons for netflix and youtube!

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