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Kogan 65" 4K HDR LED TV (Series 8 KU8100) $689.99 + Delivery @ Kogan

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Pretty cheap for 65" 4K TV.

Immerse your senses with 4K viewing and enhanced HDR on this stunning 65” panel, and experience cinema-grade visuals from the comfort of your lounge room.

  • 4K Ultra HD 3840 × 2160 resolution
  • HDR support for an incredibly authentic viewing experience
  • Play all your media via USB and HDMI ports
  • PVR – pause, record and rewind live TV

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    Not sure how you can go wrong with this. Throw a chromecast in it, and good to go

  • +5 votes

    TV's are so cheap these days and have CPU's and ram built in. :) 86" for under $3k, 75" for under $1500 and 65" for under $700 wow

    Mobiles look to be going the other way around though.. $2499 for 6.5" iPhone 11 Pro Max 512GB OMG rip

  • +3 votes

    Do not buy this if you're after HDR, at all, this doesn't meet even the lowest standards for true HDR content. Brightness is too low and so is contrast ratio, otherwise they're not bad TVs for the price.

    • +1 vote

      All TV's from all brands like LG and Samsung have HDR even the cheapest but only the high end TV's can really display a HDR image .. its 100% just a marketing to put on the box full stop.

      Same with PC Gaming monitors 80% of the ones that list HDR cant display a noticeable HDR image even some of the $1000+ ones

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    Would this be better then the 65” Aldi one coming up for sale next week??

    • +5 votes

      Much of a muchness.

      At least you’ll be able to return the Aldi one without a hassle if you have any problems.

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        This Kogan TV's Panel is Manufacturer by BOE
        Never heard of them but their website is all about OLED :)

        https://www.oled-info.com/boe-oled

        "In July we reported that LG Electronics is in talks with China-based BOE to supply OLED panels for future smartphones, to replace LGE's current supplier - its sister company LG Display. A new report from Korea's ETNews confirms this, saying that LG Display is focusing on Apple as its future customers, and LGE's small shipments is not critical for the company."

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          BOE stands for Beijing Oriental Electronics(京東方), if you search BOE Technology Group, you get more information.
          They're pretty big in China, famous for displays and monitors etc.

    • +2 votes

      The Aldi one is the first one released in aus with google and Netflix certification
      The remote has voice search button and the Netflix app is native not a mobile version loaded onto the tv.

      I would get the Aldi one.
      It’s far far superior imho

      Plus if anything goes wrong you won’t have to deal with Kogans non existent returns system.