Been once at this all time low.
10 units at time of posting.
Dolby Vision HDR, Dolby Atmos.
Link for Hisense 55" 55PX
Also 75R8 $ 2075 limited stock
Original Coupon Deal
One question. How sleek is it zipping through the tv guide? The parents hated the slow, choppy movement on their Samsung.
Have the 55px. Very fast, no noticeable lag. Only thing i don't like is it can only do one thing at once.. eg if you're watching Netflix and have a recording scheduled, it stops Netflix to start the recording.. same with if youre watching another channel, it changes to the recording. Got around this by using dedicated pvr for recordings only but it's a pity because everything else is great.
good info, thanks
The latest firmware update has resolved the slow TV guide issue on my Samsung tv 2016 model.
Excludes: Adelaide Metro, Melbourne Metro, Northern Territory, NSW Regional, Perth Metro, QLD Far North, QLD Regional, SA Regional, Sydney Metro, Tasmania, VIC Regional, WA Regional, WA Remote
are these guys kidding, wtf is the point of being on ebay?
Good pick up. How disappointing.
Maybe it’s a deal for politicians only. They prob enjoy watching themselves in 4K
ACT and Canberra does not seem to be excluded.
Exclusion list I found for Hisense 65": Adelaide Metro, Northern Territory, Perth Metro, QLD Far North, SA Regional, Tasmania, WA Regional, WA Remote, PO Box
For Hisense 55": Northern Territory, Perth Metro, QLD Far North, SA Regional, Tasmania, WA Regional, WA Remote, PO Box
Only the Hisense 75" has the above mentioned exclusion.
Anyone have this tv? How’s it for gaming? What’s the picture quality comparable to cheers.
55px OLED quality is amazing. Uses LG panel but you miss out on a nicer UI and Dolby Vision.. for the price I think its great. Haven't tried gaming on it yet
Could you give us your positive and negatives experience with the 55PX?
I'm going to hold out until Black Friday.
Bring on the 75R8
Beware, the R8 is not a 10 bit panel, it is only 8bit+FRC
Re 55PX, if you can spend an extra $650, then make sure to get the LG C9, as it's far superior - https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/494622
Hisense advertise is as 10bit on their website though.
Would also like to know. But the specs on the hisense page says: Colour depth bit 8bit+FRC
Theres nothing in that link discussing why it is superior. So wheres the justification to suggest paying 150%?
That link is to the LG deal. not a comparison to any other models, so it shouldn't be doing that.
That said, the very first comment mentions one new feature that the Hisense doesn't and most likely won't ever have.
Basics are C9 has superior picture in every aspect.
Hisense loses a lot of detail in black areas.
Hisense is considered too dull compared to LG, Sony & Panasonic.
Hisense is extremely reflective
LG has HDMI 2.1
Yes, it is 54.6% more, I said that. If your budget can cover that, then there is every reason in the world to do so. If you budget can't go to that, then enjoy the Hisense.
If you can spend an extra $650 again, then make sure to get [tv X], as it's far superior.
If you can spend ANOTHER $650, then make sure to get [tv Y], as it's far FAR superior.
So many TV specials I'm reeling. How does picture quality of 65R8 compare to the TCL 65X7 65" UHD QLED TV. And is there a fetch tv app for this ?
Wow, same price for 65" and 55", tough choice.
55" is OLED
65" is "ULED"
What’s better oled or uled?
OLED is way better, the difference is night and day, hold out for OLED it will be worth it!
@donkeydoc: Mm, I wouldn't say day and night. There are reasons you'd want a ULED (QLED) over an OLED.
The ULED (which is quantum dot in the R8) will have brighter colours than an OLED, so in a bright room many people will prefer that panel.
In a dark room OLEDs are the best though.
The 4K processing will be similar on these televisions.
@donkeydoc: The key thing is what size TV do you want for the room and how much do you want to spend. For me, OLED is still not worth the trade off in size/$ for a decent sized living room compared to a decent ULED with a few calibration tweaks. But this is highly subjective of course, room size and viewing distance, one panel and setup to another, how fussy you are about black levels etc. One thing is for sure you adapt to what you have but consider the room size and viewing distance and go from there.
@Xizor: ULED is longer lasting too apparently (up to 10 years). I'm after a 65" screen, and 4k is still not widespread in terms of broadcasting sports so it may be worthwhile to invest in ULED for 5-10 year return? :o
@donkeydoc: OLED will be fine over that life too.
@donkeydoc: Yep, different situations require different solutions.
While I’d love to get an OLED, I think for my situation with the amount of light generally in the room, Samsung Q80 would be better. Far brighter and the best anti reflective screen there is.
The Hisense OLED is apparently the worst of all OLEDs when it comes to reflections.
@snuke: How does the hisense 65R8 compare to Q80? Appreciate your information
@donkeydoc: Night and Day, a massive difference, but that difference is also reflected in the price difference.I think the lowest a 65" Q80R has been is $2,780, which is now. Unfortunately upper end Samsung's are not discounted as heavily as others.
The Q80R would be the best all round LCD model, while the Q90R is a better TV, it's slightly better for a shittonne more - $4,250.
Hisense 75R7 or TCL 75P8? Any thoughts on which one would be better?
TCL is garbage. So the correct answer is Hisense.
Anyone got a Hisense Oled? getting very mixed reviews online.
I like my 65R8. It’s good for the price - not amazing, but good for the price,
hey guys, how does 65R8 or 65R7 compare against TCL 65P8M?
how the 65r8 for watching sports like afl,soccer
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