expired [eBay Plus] Hisense 65P6 UHD LED LCD Smart TV $895 C&C @ The Good Guys eBay

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Couldn't find this posted separately so apologies if it has. $895 seems like a pretty decent buy for this TV when using the ebay plus pick up offer.

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  • +2 votes

    That is a great price for a great TV I think.

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    Anyone got this and can comment on the snappyness of the apps?

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      Does the job, bit clunkly but doesnt lag

    • +5 votes

      YouTube and Netflix work great, they have thier own dedicated buttons on the remote too.

      Can't comment on any of the other apps. Paid 1300 in November 2018 which I thought was great price back then. $900 now is a no brainer

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        is there catch up tv on this tv? is it easy to use? Looking to buy it for my MIL who isn't super tech savy

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          Received our P7 the other day only recall seeing SBS on there didn't see the ch7, ch9, ch10 and ABC apps. However you can use Freeview for those but not as user friendly tho.

      • +1 vote

        But no plus vote. /confused

    • +3 votes

      Got it too at 1300, great pic, netflix, youtube work well, other apps slow. xbox hooked to it and games & video look great

    • +3 votes

      The apps are fine. I got a wifi keyboard/mouse to operate the apps, just plug the usb receiver in the usb port and - bingo! Too easy. I've been delighted with this TV.

  • +2 votes

    Is there any startup lag?

  • +1 vote

    I didn't buy due to to no Iview app, though I heard you can use free view button when in abc channel to access shows.

    I have children so Iview app a must.

    • +4 votes

      Yes you use the Freeview button when I'm ABC channel. I actually think it's organised better than iview app.

      You missed out on a great tv

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        Looking to get one for parents who just watch free to air TV, what's the picture quality like?

        Upgrading from a noname brand 2016 40"

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        Arrr don't tell me that. Couldn't find a place with FTA available to test the functionality. Got a 50inch Samsung for $800 so happy enough

  • +1 vote

    Excellent price! Cheaper than the last popular deal https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/442737

  • +5 votes

    Best part of Hisense is they come with 3 years in-house warranty (for those who may not know)

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    Are there significant differences between P6 and P7?

    • +1 vote

      From memory, but not 100% so don’t hold me to this, however I think that the P7 has a faster refresh rate, and motion compensation tech, and also may have their equivalent of QLED, which they call ULED, whereas I’m not sure if the P6 has those additional features, also I’m unsure if the P6 has local dimming.

      Having said all of that, you’d imagine that for most bits and bobs the P6 would be adequate and ample screen real estate for the price, whereas I’m not sure if I were looking I’d bother waiting for a better deal with the P7, sort of thing.

      Hopefully that helps a bit. Basically, the P7 is likely a better TV, but considering the price and depending on whether you’re very specific about motion and picture quality, the P6 would be a good buy at this price for this size.

      • +1 vote

        Pretty much spot on. Qled, local dimming and 100hz.
        If you don’t care about these then go for the P6

        • +1 vote

          Just a minor correction there mate, P7 doesn’t have QLED (Quantum Dot). It just has Ultra Local Dimming (more zones) + 100Hz + Wide Colour Gamut = which combined make ULED in Hisense terminology.

          Edit: added Wide Colour Gamut

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            @1337: Worth noting the 100hz is a bit meaningless unless you use smoothmotion feature (which most people avoid as it causes the soap opera effect). The main difference is the local dimming (i don't notice much between on/off on my set) and wide color gaumet. The visual differences between the P6 and P7 really need high quality HDR content to be noticeable according to what i read on big hisense thread on whirlpool.

        • +1 vote

          P8 and P9 have QLED not P7

  • +3 votes

    Wish I needed a telly. Can't justify throwing out the ones I have as it still does the job just fine. I feel there's a mix of splurging shoppers and tightarses here.

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      Yeah me too. I’ve still got a nearly 10 year old 37” Hisense that just won’t die, which suits us perfectly, but of course it would be a luxury to upgrade but for the time being it’s doing the job just ok.

      • +4 votes

        C'mon mate, relocate that one to the bedroom and buy this :P

      • +2 votes

        Ive got a 14 year old 42" LG that just will not die

        • +1 vote

          The olds also have an LG that’s ancient I think the Scarlet 47”, and still going strong. It’s funny, as much as a malign these technogical gadgets never lasting, it ends up that the tellie has turned into a creature of the living dead, it simply cannot be killed.

      • +2 votes

        Seriously m8, 37" was decentish size 10yrs ago, now it's almost too small for the bedroom. Time to upgrade!

        • +2 votes

          Oh a pine, I do, for such a beautiful beast to gaze upon, however if I did buy a TV like that I’d be lynched before it even arrived at the door I’m sad to say.

          One day, when the old trusty Hisense stops working.

        • +2 votes

          Shhhh my 17" CRT will hear you

    • +1 vote

      Agree also.
      My 10 year old 50in Samsung plasma just won't die. Wife won't let me upgrade it as still works fine.

    • +10 votes

      Also agree. We are 'stuck' with a 10 year old Sony. Great TV for the time…. but it's getting a bit small for my 'aging eyes'. Need the kids to throw a wiimote at it.

      Better buy a wii.

    • +7 votes

      Yeah. Checked the "hours" count on my Panasonic Plasma, which still looks great I must admit. It looks to be about 2% into its estimated 100,000h lifespan. So I'll be upgrading around the year 2500.

    • -1 vote

      Wise decision to not add to the rubbish in the landfill…Money would look better in your wallet (or the bank)

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    Has anyone gone from a decent Plasma to owning one of these? My in-laws have a Hisense TV and I think the picture is horribly washed out and ghosty compared to my Pana Plasma….

    • +10 votes

      If you're coming from a plasma you're probably going to be disappointed with most LED LCD TV's. Especially edge lit TV's like this hisense model.

      You'll have to go for an OLED if you want a decent upgrade from your plasma.

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        Held onto my ancient 42" plasma until the first sub-$3k OLED was released because LCD wasn't much of an upgrade. Reckon it still isn't unless you're willing to pay big $$$ for Sony Z or Samsung Q9, and why bother when there's OLED? Have watched my 55" LG 1080p OLED almost every day since buying it in 2015 and it still looks better than majority of 4K LCDs out there. I guess you could call it a high yield investment..

        • -1 vote

          I have 50" ST60 series Pana plasma in dark but small theatre room and 65" Samsung Q6FN QLED in the bright and sunny lounge room. HDR on Q6 is amazing and dark scene performance is also very similar to plasma as well. I've got to say I'm enjoying Netflix more on Q6 than pana plasma even during night time viewing.

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      Yes i went from 2 Plasma's to replacing one with a 65" Hisense. For normal tv/foxtel 4K exposes the inferiority of lower quality source content more. For HD sports the Plasma is definitely better with more natural colours and better motion handling. For the most part its not a big deal you adjust, the only thing that bugs me is sports with panning shots over green fields with dirty screen effect. I can't get some colours as good as they were on the Plasma especially greens. Everything else is OK, and for high quality 4K content and HDR it leaves the Plasma's in its dust. It's a bit of trade-off really but if you dont watch much sports with panning shots and plan to watch a lot of high quality HD and 4K content then go for it.

  • +5 votes

    I've got a 55P6. Also have the 2016 model 65M7 and the older model is MUCH nicer.
    Blacks on the P6 aren't very dark and theres quite a bit of clouding and banding.
    Also, the upscaling doesn't do the best job and the sharpness is poor.
    Inbuilt apps have issues with stutter and artefacts.

    I use my Xbox One X for all media/games and it's not too bad with motion (besides the poor blacks)

    For the price, It's an awesome buy but don't expect it to compare to an OLED

    • +1 vote

      Great feedback. It's probably worth the extra dollars for the P7 with local dimming and wide colour gamut.

      • +1 vote

        My P7 had terrible blacks and went back.

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        Not sure about the P7 but when I go back to my 65m7000 (with beta firmware) it almost looks OLED compared to my P6.
        Blacks are super dark and colours are vibrant and clear. 1080p looks like 4k. Amazing unit. Not sure where they went wrong with these TVs.

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          Received our P7 couple of days back and the blacks, colours and motion handling all great even during day time. It's also super bright. Quite impressed I must say.

  • +2 votes

    Don't have to be Plus member. Just use the code PLAN10. Ends midnight tonight

  • +1 vote

    Spose i should upvote seeing as i just bought one

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    I bought the LG 60uk6200pta the other day but haven't collected it yet. Would you say this hisense or the LG is better?

    • +1 vote

      Hi. This is 65 inches vs the 60 inches LG. This comes with 3 years warranty. However the refresh rate is 60 mhz for hisence but I think 100 for LG. LG is $100 cheaper I guess. So depends on your personal preference. Best thing is maybe visit a store and compare both the models.

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        I'm happy with 60 or 65 inch so the size isn't a big deal. It's more the picture quality and options it comes with eg; Netflix button ect.

        It's for use as a main tv so would prefer to get the most for under $1000

        • +1 vote

          I currently own hisense 3 years old model. Very happy with. Netflix Youtube buttons on remote are very handy. Like you, I am not very technical with TV. Just whatever looks good and the display. Maybe do a physical comparison.

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          Size matters.

  • +2 votes

    Got p7 a few months back (65”). To be honest my cheap as chips Viano (55”) is just as good. I paid $1200 during one of the sales for the hisense.. If I knew that picture is not much better than the Viano I would have waited for a cheaper deal. Probably another Viano (and 65” is $700 at bigw).

  • +1 vote

    That is an awesome price for this TV.

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    Game over, they've jacked it to $1195 now.

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    Can anyone post a receipt of the good guys invoice, I sadly missed out. Might try to go in store and ask for the price match.

  • +1 vote

    I got the 55" model for $700 instore. Ticket price was $795 but they lowered it after I showed them the eBay sale.

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