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Kogan 50" 4K HDR LED TV (Series 8 JU8100) $299.99 + Delivery (Was $539) @ Kogan


Came up on the Product Compare app and looks like its in response to Amazon's Prime Day. Was $539 yesterday. Gets pretty good reviews, so probably great value at this price point.

Be captivated by vivid 4K picture and a stunning 50” panel from the comfort of your own lounge room, equipped with enhanced HDR10 to take your viewing experience to the next level.

4K Ultra HD 3840 × 2160 resolution
High Dynamic Range (HDR) support
PVR – pause, record, and rewind live TV
Play all your media through USB & 3x HDMI 2.0 ports
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Enjoy your favourites in cinema-worthy clarity, colour and depth with the Kogan 50” 4K HDR LED TV (Series 8 JU8100)

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    plus shipping…. and not covered by Kogan first.


    This deal was only available for 3hrs since 10:00am. Seems done now.

  • +1 vote

    I know you said it gets good reviews, but I'd trust product review over the Kogan site.



    • +2 votes

      the tv is good, i have the same one and for that price its crazy good value. you get what you pay for, go spend 2500+ on a tv if you want a perfect tv.

      • +5 votes

        It amazes me that people want top quality images and sound at rock bottom prices…

        • +1 vote

          I think regular Joes don't even know what top quality image actually means.

          I bought a $4000 Sony 4K HDR telly a few years ago, and paid for a professional calibration with a colourometer, and I've had 5 people come over give me shit because their $700 Aldi (or whatever else they spend stuff all on) TV "looks better".

          They're programmed to think higher artificial colour saturation and cranking sharpening up = better, and motion processing so you get giddy watching it looks good. Had a few comments how "jerky" my TV is… Litte do they know that's what a film/TV show is actually meant to look like as it's only shot at 24fps.

          It's hard being an AV purist.


      This is actually a mix of reviews with other sizes and models with some having a smart function (which tend to suck on cheap TVs) so it's a bit unclear/misleading to use the 2.8/5 as a guide.


    The problem I have with Kogan TVs is their software - it's terrible on every set I've used. I couldn't ever bring myself to use a Kogan set again after a using a Hisense TV.