expired Hisense 75P7 $1596 (eBay Plus), $1695 (Non-Plus) + Delivery @ Appliance Central eBay

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Hisense 75p7 now $1596 with plusmore code for Ebay. Not sure if more needs to be said, apparently today only according to the post.

I have the 75n7 otherwise I'd be all over this.

Original PLUSMORE 15-20% off all items at Selected Sellers on eBay Deal Post

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  • +8 votes

    55P7 is also $719.20 + Delivery for eBay plus members which is a great price

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    Thanks for the edit… obviously I suck at posting.

  • -1 vote

    Gah if only wasn't $125 delivery to Melbourne 😭

  • -3 votes

    The 2019 series will receive the Amazon Prime app. It won't be available on the 2018 (P series).

    Also, Hisense TVs don't work with Logitech Harmony universal remotes.

    • +2 votes

      My Hisense works fine with Harmony 650.

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        Tell me about your setup? Do you have activities configured? How many of the HDMI inputs on the TV are you using?

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          I used an hdmi switcher to lock it back to a single port to get around this issue on a TV with no AVR setup. I know exactly what you are referring to.

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          All components into Yamaha amp and 1hdmi then into TV. Have activities then configured for “watch a movie” which switches on the Amp & Bluray player and another which switches on my Apple TV & Amp.

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            @Hobbes: Yep, makes sense. You're only using the single HDMI input on the TV. That's why you're not having any problems. So you can either use an AMP or a HDMI switch device like BaryGusey suggested.

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      This is good news! Amazon not working properly on vodatv is annoying

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        What's wrong with it? Was considering buying a vodatv since the Oreo update broke DTS+ audio on my Mibox. Amazon prime is the only thing that started working better with Oreo (no more audio dropouts). Using sideloaded NVidia Shield APK.

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          Vodatv not on oreo. Everything works fine except sideloading of amazon prime no matter what version (last tried inn dec) it has audio blips or little stutters. Most ppl on whirlpool report same. Great box otherwise.

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            @Xizor: Yeah, mine had that in Android 6, and was surprised it went away on oreo. But on Oreo, my Google Play Movies has glitches in DTS+. Can't win, whichever way you go.

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              @Make it so: Feels that way sometimes. I have a Shield on the main tv everything pretty much just works a treat. Vodatv over wireless for the other room not quite but at 1/3 the price it's hard to gripe too much, still good for kodi, youtube, netflix.

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      Only thing I couldn't get working on the harmony was the back button but that's it. Other than that flawless

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        Yeah, the 'back' button doesn't really work that well out of the box (you might be able to fix it my using the 'learning' feature of the remote) but it's the HDMI switching that is the major flaw. How many activities have you set up on your Harmony? How many HDMI inputs are you using on your TV?

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      I have just ordered a 55inch P6, do you know if you will be able to update it so you can also get Amazon?
      If not ill just get a fire stick most likely.

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      My Logitech universal remote also works with my Hisense.

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        Do you have multiple activities set up? (i.e. HDMI 1 = Foxtel, HDMI 2 = Blu-ray, HDMI-3 = Apple TV)

        If so, does it switch correctly between activities?

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          That's not even an issue with this tv. It's a problem with any tv that doesn't have direct input selection.

        • +2 votes

          I struggled with this for a long time. I have a 65N7 the following is the work around that I have in place. I only use 2 HDMI inputs (Apple TV and Foxtel IQ4) but i am sure it will work with more. What you need to do is have the inputs be the same each time. You can this by firstly going to "LiveTv", I insert a 1 second delay for each step but it could work without it.

          here is the start sequence I run after powering on the required devices.

          Hisense TV Input HDMI 1 (or 2 or 3 etc)
          Hisense Live TV
          Hisense DirectionRight
          Delay 1 Sec
          Hisense OK (this should now show the input screen which should result in all inputs being the same every time)
          Hisense TV Direction Right (add this command again as many times as needed to move across to the correct Input)
          Hisense Tv OK

  • +2 votes

    I have the 75n7 and it is a fantastic telly. At this price, I'd definitely buy if we didn't already have a similar TV.

  • +1 vote

    Got a p765 from this mob. Was not impressed with their customer service. Hunter express also stuffed me around for better part of a week. The hisense p series are fantastic value for money though

  • +1 vote

    I have owned 2 hisense, and can say their quality and service is great. Warranty is great, only claimed once because my first hisense stopped working after 2 weeks, they came to my house and swapped it over. Newer ones like my 65p8 are much better picture than the old ones.
    I will be needing a new one in 12 months for a new house, but unfortunetly nowhere to store it until then. Great price though.

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      You are lucky. My has blinking problem on the sixth day and was told had to go through repair instead of DOA replacement.

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        A response worth fighting.

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        That's not good. There was no questions asked on mine, but that was 5 years ago. They might have changed their policy since then.

        Also I lied, just checked and my newer one is a 65n7 not 8.

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        You do not have to accept this outcome. A blinking problem is a major problem that you would not have purchased the TV had you known it had that problem. For major problems, you are entitled to a full refund or new replacement under Australian Consumer Law, regardless of what Hisense tells you. We had our 75N7 replaced with new when it took a few minutes of pressing power on on the remote for it to come on.

        See https://www.accc.gov.au/consumers/consumer-rights-guarantees... for more info and quote it to Hisense if they give you more grief.

  • +1 vote

    If only good guys had it listed on their ebay store with the 20% off I'd pull the trigger. $125 for delivery and shotty couriers put me off this deal.
    https://www.thegoodguys.com.au/hisense-75-inches189cm-uled-u...

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    Call me crazy, i feel the picture is better in the P7 than P8…..anyone else find this?

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      Based on what you saw in the store, or do you own both? Can't trust what you see in the store mate, too many variables and most of the time they have horrible split signals running through 30 units. That said p7 has a great picture. Personally im extremely happy with the quality of mine.

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        across multiple stores, looking at the hisense demo on both, regardless, for $800 cheaper than the P8 deal, I bought the P7.

  • +2 votes

    I wish GG would price match and I’ll pick this up today!

  • +1 vote

    This or samsung 7100 ?

  • +1 vote

    Finally, this is it, $55 delivery for me! DONE!!

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    Cheers OP have enough tellys already but just couldn't resist. Had eBay GCs so came down to around $1450 delivered after discounts :)

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    Thanks heaps OP. Bought one. Signed up to ebay plus free trial just for this. Was looking to buy the 75 P8 from TGG but for $800 and one feature less, this is much better value.

  • +2 votes

    Bought a 75P7. My current one was bought around 7 years ago from this deal - https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/75930#comment-965583 . Its still going strong. Probably will move it to Bedroom.

    Thanks mate.

    Sab2000

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      Just saw the post you linked.

      Those bezels look so outdated now haha

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      Wow ! I upgraded from the same size tv to a 65 inch and I was blown away with the size difference. Just trying to imagine how you reacted when you compared the 2 at home.

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    Thanks OP, great post, bought another TV. No idea what I'm going to do with the collection of TV's that I have now.

  • +1 vote

    I am waiting for 65” hisense oled at this price.

    A long wait it seems.

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    Any reason why this might not be a good pc monitor or used for gaming?

    Disregard the size and all that I am just interested in any other constraints such as input lag or chroma subsampling 4:4:4 or anything else I cannot think of otherwise this might be the one for me.

    Haven't seen any other 75 inch TV's like this quality in this price range.

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    Still shows as instock for me but now at 1750 after discount

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    Still available. Link just changed.

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    So do I need a plus membership to buy at these prices? How do I get a membership and how much does it cost?

  • +1 vote

    Wait continues for me sigh…
    It’s been 11 years with my Panasonic Kuro Plasma

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      The wait is now over for me, just bought the 75p7 which will retire my 50inch panasonic plasma.

  • +1 vote

    65P7 is now available $1190 at Appliance Central + Delivery.
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/65P7-Hisense-65Inch-Series-7-UHD...

    it is $10 cheaper than Good Guyz one

  • +1 vote

    Received ours today (QLD) so two thumbs up for Appliance Central aka Betta Home Living Villawood for the super quick delivery. This beast is massive lol makes the 60" look teeny. So far very impressed. FTA looks ok nothing special but some of the 4K stuff played off USB looked unreal. Haven't had too much time to play around with it will do in the coming days.

    Again cheers OP :)

  • +1 vote

    If anyone was wondering these are the picture settings I've settled on for now. Interested in finding out what other P7 owners here are working with

    Standard
    Brightness 53
    Contrast 49
    Colour Saturation 38
    Sharpness 10
    Rest unchanged except:
    Dimming and Active Contrast Medium
    Cool Temp
    Smooth Motion
    Gamma 2.4

    • +1 vote

      Mine just arrived today. I ll play around with the settings and see what works. I ve found some settings on whirlpool that i ll try on too.

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        Yeah haven't found a whole lot about advanced picture settings (colour tuner, white balance etc) only the basic settings. Still quite impressed with the picture quality even with just the basic adjustments. Blacks, colours, brightness, motion etc all quite good. The panel is very bright so for FTA dialled the brightness down to 35 and contrast down to 40. Do let us know what settings you settle on so I can try it out :)

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          This is what I ended up setting it to.
          Picture mode Standard, Contrast 35 , Colour 45, Brightness 44. Colour Temp is Standard and turned off motion settings, judder and sharpness

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            @titan0r: Will give those a crack as well :)

            For 4K content and Blu-rays etc brightness and contrast around the 50 mark looks great but for FTA and low quality stuff dialling down the brightness and contrast makes things a bit easier on the eyes for mine.

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    Mine arrived too, one guy, not sure how he got it off the truck… what about you guys?

    Hopefully it's not damaged when I get home.

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      Yeah same here was surprised to see just the one guy. Helped him move it upstairs. Single storey doable with a trolley but going up a staircase no way one guy can do so safely without jolting given the size of it. Feel for these drivers poor form by the courier company.

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        Seriously dangerous, it's very heavy. Need to find another person to help me put it together lol

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          Hahah yeah this thing is massive wouldn't want to rush it and risk cracking the screen. Definitely requires a couple of people to put it together. We laid it flat on a coffee table (screen side up) to install the stands that made things a bit easier.

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    Thinking of buying one. Is the box protective? I’m worried I have to move it myself from work back home.

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      It's a massive unit wouldn't recommend trying to move it yourself. If you end up cracking/damaging the screen would probably be a nightmare to get things sorted.

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