expired Hisense 65P7 4K 65" TV (200hz and Backlit) $1116 + Delivery @ Appliance Central eBay

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Hopefully someone finds this useful, despite all the other "peace" deals, it's not super obvious this tv is on sale, since dodgy merchandise from grey's seems show up first in the eBay sales list, it's also not price jacked.

I know it's been posted before, although I think including delivery this is about $15 cheaper than the bing lee deal. Some people will wait for it to come under $1000 however my toddler threw something at my previous 65N7 and I need a replacement. Appliance central has a very reasonable delivery fee of $27.

200hz motion rate and backlist ULED (unlike the previous 65" N7)

Update: mine arrived and it came by “allied” courier.. absolutely no issues box seems uncrunched.

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  • +2 votes

    The 65P6 is available for $879.20 too

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      Is it worth the additional $237??

      • +4 votes

        For 200hz motion and back lighting. I think so personally. The 65P6 is like last years 65N7. This way I can tell myself I’m buying an upgrade and not just a replacement 🤔

        • +1 vote

          If this is anything like last year's Hisense Series 9 panels, you're going to want to check out how their motion interpolation works, because if it's using a VA (like most standard LCD TVs do) panel, your 50 and 60 FPS content is going to look like trash without it (i.e. if you set the panel to that level of refresh rate). AFAIK, there are some 200Hz VA panels in the wild for gaming monitors, but the technology is best suited to 100Hz-120Hz still, hence why Hisense are milking it for this end of the TV market.

          Additionally, the refresh rate may - in practice - be capped by the maximum frame rate the hardware can decode video for, as well as whether or not a firmware update will be provided to give it HDMI 2.1 support for the existing HDMI 2.0 ports. Without those aspects, you're looking at a panel which should be able to competently provide HFR and PC content, but with zero means to do so.

          That might not matter for a couple of years yet, but if you're buying a TV for 5 years and want to buy into next-gen consoles and PCs, that's not a great deal. Ditto for 120 fps sporting broadcasts as they trickle in.

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            @jasswolf: HDMI 2.1 will be hardware based and cannot be updated from an existing HDMI 2.0 via a firmware update.

            Cheers

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              @vinni9284: HDMI updates have almost always been hardware based…

              HDMI 2.1 was released at the end of 2017, and developers have been threading in some of its features for some time. For example, the XBox One X was one of the first devices to get limited HDMI 2.1 feature support.

              As to what this TV is and isn't capable of is down to what hardware was already installed, and Hisense have already commented that HDMI 2.1 spec features will be unlocked via firmware later this year. It's just not been revealed exactly what all those features are, save that it won't be full bandwidth HDMI 2.1.

              If DSC is still possible, this TV should be capable of 4k120Hz HDR.

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                @jasswolf: Regardless, i would highly doubt that it would support full 48 Gbps bandwidth as standardization of HDMI 2.1 is not definitive. Therefore many manufacturers can market their psudeo version to sell. It may have many features of HDMI 2.1 but not support full bandwidth

                Can you remember earlier 4K that didn't support 444 chroma @60p and you couldn't find this in their specs?

                cheers

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                  @vinni9284: Like I said, if DSC is possible, this increases the effective bandwidth where applicable.

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                    @jasswolf: Even if DSC 1.2 is possible, you will not get full bandwidth of this TV, even 4K120Hz and especially for a cheapie.

                    If you want HDMI 2.1 with all the bells and whistles (48Gbps) , you need to get the Samsung Q900R 8K @ HDMI 4.

                    Not some HDMI 2.1 "flavour" over a cheapie $1K TV

                    They want you to spend for the latest and greatest ;P

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                      @vinni9284: DSC 1.2a is built to go right down to 4k50, and manufacturers are experimenting with bumping lane speeds, meaning that even as little as 18Gbps can be stretched much further, but a TV like this might manage up to 36Gbps.

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            @jasswolf: 120fps sports broadcasts? I'd like to see that. I'd even take 60fps.

            Source?

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        Compare them in store, quite easy to see difference I feel.

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        If only I had a penny whenever I read a similar question.

  • +3 votes

    I've got this TV and I, friends and family absolutely love it, picture is absolutely beautiful, and at this price it's an absolute steal.

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    Where/how can i get a true representation of what footy looks like on one of these before pulling the trigger?

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    what is the difference between the P8 and this P7?
    Which model is the best of the LEDs? or shall I wait for the OLED to drop in price? My current TV is a top of the range Panasonic Plasma.

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    How's ps4 gaming on this TV? Any input lag?

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      reviews say 200hz + Game mode is great for this. Cant speak but tech radar did one..
      here

      • +3 votes

        Doesn't game mode turn off video processing so it isn't … pretending to be 200Hz?

        • -2 votes

          I don't think so.. the tv IS capable of 200hz… game mode just turns off things like upscaling that limit the raw throughput. 4k consoles and pcs don't need it.

          • +2 votes

            @mitchins: There is no way that this TV is native 4k 200hz, so it'd be doing interpolation which would result in higher input latency.

            The LG C9 that came out this month does 120hz 4k at 14ms input latency, that's currently the best there is.

    • +2 votes

      I have an Xbox One X and got this TV a couple of weeks ago.

      So far I have played Division 2 and Everspace on it and they look fantastic. Have not noticed any lag at all.

      On a side note I also watched a Blu-Ray version of Avatar and it was stunning. The detail and crispness on this TV was amazing.

      One of the best "bang for buck" Tv's around.

  • +1 vote

    Whoa, TVs are backlit now?

  • +1 vote

    My faulty 65P7 is still sitting in my living room 2 weeks after delivery, Hisense are useless and I have initiated a chargeback via AMEX.

    • +1 vote

      I hear ya.. at least you've got the option of PayPal as well.

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      This is the reason holding me back from buying the Hisense. From productreviews it appears their customer service / warranty claim is horrendous. What's the point of having a 3 year warranty when you aren't able to contact them?

      Has anyone have a good experience dealing with them?

  • +1 vote

    Although some reviews say otherwise, I think "Elite Backlight" is still edge-lit (which is a type of LED backlighting). It's only the P9 that actually specifies full array. For example, this review of the P8:

    I can accept that the Series 8's edge-lit "Elite Backlight" display may not be up to snuff with the Series 9's 1000-zone Prime Array Backlight (full array to everybody else) but that's just one exception you'll make for the $1,000 saving with the Series 8.

    https://www.finder.com.au/hisense-series-8-65-inch-65p8-2018...

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    How does this compare to the $799 tv from Aldi?

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      I haven’t seen THAT tv.. assuming it’s like a JB hifi Soniq the picture will blow it away comparatively.
      I’m sure sound is much better too as are the underlying OS - if you care about those.

      If all you’re using it for is spreadsheets maybe it doesn’t matter, but for movies… it’ll be much better

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    Refresh rate good for AFL?

  • +1 vote

    How are these guys in regards to warranty?
    Read a few negative reviews on Whirlpool of people trying to return/fix a tv under warranty and ApplianceCentral wanted nothing to do with it what so ever…

    They also use a horrific shipping service, Hunter Express has a rating of 1.4 stars atm….
    Any user reviews from Ozbargain?

    • +1 vote

      They are actually Betta Home Living Villawood. Hisense comes with 3 year in-home warranty so you would probably be looking at dealing with them directly for warranty services. As for Hunter Express only the driver was there to deliver a 75" TV in our case (75P7) so if you can't be at home for delivery then things might get a bit messy. Also I read reviews online because I had not heard of them before and a lot of them mentioned having trouble chasing up for re-delivery so I made sure that I was home.

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        No point having a 3 year warranty when it is near impossible to contact Hisense. This is particularly worrying because the number of Hisense TVs that I have read have issues and repeat issues.

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      This is the reason holding me back from buying the Hisense. From productreviews it appears their customer service / warranty claim is horrendous. What's the point of having a 3 year warranty when you aren't able to contact them?

      Has anyone have a good experience dealing with Hisense?

      Appliance Central as the supplier is also liable under Australian Consumer Law and can't "want nothing to do with it what so ever".

  • +1 vote

    if I buy this tv from the good guys tomorrow and then show them this deal, will I get the 120% of the difference?

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    Hi! Im at work almost in business time, i dont know how delivery will be if i bought the tv and noone at home , and where can I collect it ?
    Thanks

    • +1 vote

      Honestly there’s not much you can do.: it’s rather large and I avoided getting it pick up as it wasn’t worth damaging it.

      Best bet might be a neighbour you can trust if you’re friendly

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    Waiting for the 1k EOFY deal.

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