expired [NSW] Hisense - 55PX - 55" Smart OLED TV $1196 + Delivery @ Bing Lee eBay

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Quad Core Processor
HDR OLED System
200Hz Smooth Motion Rate
4 HDMI Inputs
Protected Hotel Lock Submenu
Dolby Digital
Personal Video Recorder

Screen size (rounded to nearest integer) cm: 139
Screen size (rounded to nearest integer) inch: 55
Display technology: OLED
Lighting System: Zero Backlight
Resolution (Horiz x Vert) pixel: 3840 x 2160
Colour depth bit: 10bit
Smooth motion rate: 200
Wide colour gamut: Yes

Contrast System: OLED
Zoom modes: 4:3 / 16:9 / Auto / Zoom 1 / Zoom 2
HDR System: HDR OLED
HEVC (H.265) decoder: Yes
Motion enhancement and compensation (MEMC): Yes

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    Holy… new low for OLED

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    Selling at loss too..

  • +1 vote

    I thought minimum 10 required for a deal, I posted in forum then removed when I saw this :D
    Either way, same price a couple of times recently combined with 20% deals on ebay.

    Apparently for SD you need to turn off a lot of image processing or it can look blocky, but for the price it's great.
    Waiting on mine to arrive from about 2 weeks ago due to slow couriers (different ebay store), wish i'd waited for this deal and just used click and collect!

    • +3 votes

      OzBargain love to make up the rules to suit the mods! All those one store aldi or Bunnings deals should be the forums but for some reason many are allowed to stay out here! A deal yesterday had less than 10 in stock but the neggers all had their votes and comments removed for some unknown reason despite them being correct and the post should have been taken down according to the rules! One big boys club at times!

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        Bit like the umpires in the AFL. Yes i am a very salty Essendon supporter after last Friday night

      • OzBargain love to make up the rules

        Please read the guidelines:

        eBay Posting Guidelines

        "Must have a quantity of 10 available (or close to it, moderator discretion can apply for non-rep deals)."

        eBay Posting Notes

        Regular Users: "Sufficient quantity (10 or close to it, discretion can apply)."

        Limited Quantity Guidelines

        "As a general guide, deals with less than 10 items in stock at the time of submission may be unpublished, but moderators may, at their discretion, allow deals to stay if they are potentially useful to the community."

        This deal has 9 in stock

        Deal yesterday had less than 10 in stock but the neggers all had their votes and comments removed for some unknown reason

        I assume this deal. Also 9 in stock, as addressed above.

        Comments always have the reason for removal next to them, nor should you negative vote a deal for insufficient quantity (report only), Voting guidelines.

        In the future please use TWAM if you need clarification.

        Thanks

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    You wonder whether Hisense will stay in the OLED market. They were stupid in selling at such a high price to begin with as they lost an opportunity to get a foothold before Christmas.

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      Yeah from what I've read they wont.. agreed that price was crazy considering their competitors, not sure what they were thinking

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    How many NITs brightness? <1000?

    • +5 votes

      How many oleds have nits at 1000 or more
      I would guess zero

      It isn't all about nits man

      • +1 vote

        That does not mean nits are unimportant. With HDR content they are very important. One under 1000 might be 999 nits. GREAT experience. One under 1000 might be 250nits, the worst HDR experience ever.

    • +1 vote

      I am scratching my head about this question.

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    Hisense 55PX Hisense website RRP $3,499!!!!!!!!

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    Has it Dolby Atmos and Version?

  • +2 votes

    Yeah, I can't find ANY information about the nits brightness other than reviewers saying that it's not that bright, or kind of dark. Without specifics.

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    You can get a LG second hand for 900-1k, without a warranty. I'm curious how this would act as a monitor (assuming you can get the screen to turn off within seconds of you not using it to prevent burn). So input lag, etc.

    Maybe because it's a no-name kind of brand it's actually got a way to act as a pure monitor in a faster way. But it's not worth the risk without knowing the specs which seem purposely hidden and not covered.

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      Im using one as a pc monitor right now :-). I'd say 80% of my use is pc , 15% Xbox One X and 5% tv.

      It does everything well. Only had it 10 days so early days.

      I don't game on pc though… simply because my pc isn't up to it and I have the Xbox for that.

      I have come from an LG 1080p Oled tv (2015) to this and its very good to my eye.

  • +3 votes

    As we know, something simply saying it's HDR never speaks to the HDR experience. If it's 300nits the label HDR10 is meaningless. Even on a OLED. So finding out the nits is important.

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    I don’t understand. Is 300nits bad?

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      A peak of 300 or even 400 or 500 is pretty bad for HDR yeah. And since HDR is a big part of any TV it's worth considering if it gives acceptable performance. If it's 600-800 nits peak then that's something that should work out fine on an oled. But any less and it'll be inferior HDR content.

      • +1 vote

        be aware though that HDR will always look best on an oled, so you will gain a better HDR experience due to the contrast of oled. Unfortunately without the nits to push the high end, all you'll get is shadows. So it won't have that HDR depth, it needs both ends of the spectrum for that. You can go a LITTLE low on nits for a oled, but anything less than 600nits and you're in for a world of dissapointment.

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    How does this compare to the B8?

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      B8 is brighter (we dont know by how much because this one does not say nits)
      B8 has a better upscaling
      B8 has 120hz mode at 1080p, and I believe 120hz at 4k. (no idea if this one supports 120hz at 1080p, it never says)
      B8 has better calibrated presets
      B8 has better sound.
      Not sure which is better in response times.

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        You forgot:

        B8 costs ~twice the price

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          Got a B8 yesterday for $1704 delivered via Appliance Central + PHONO code. Today the base price went up from $199x to $2160. Sweet victory!

          I know $1700 is still more than $100 over the historic low but I’m happy enough!

  • +2 votes

    Reviews say these are really reflective, and not good for bright rooms. Can anyone suggest a good OLED for bright rooms?

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    Any deals on the 65"?

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    Showing as $1184 + Delivery @ Appliance Central eBay with "PHONO" for this weekend

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    I'm getting error. "Something went wrong". I tried several CC, for pickup. What's happening?? Do i need to choose delivery or something.

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