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TCL 75P8MR 75" QUHD Smart Android TV $1135 + Delivery ($0 C&C*) @ Appliance Central eBay

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*Free pickup only at Villawood, NSW.

I sold my Hisense 65" 65M7000UWG TV yesterday and decided I wanted to upgrade to something a little bit bigger so I was looking for 75" TVs and this one ticked all the boxes I wanted at a really good price.

Cost me $1244 delivered ($110 postage). Cheapest I could find anywhere else local was $1495 pickup. If you live close enough to pickup, at $1135 it's a great deal.

4K
Dolby Vision / HDR10+
Dolby Atmos
Chromecast built in
Bluetooth
Android TV / Kayo integration which is a big one for me
3 Year Warranty

I was considering the TCL 75" C8 but it doesn't have Dolby Vision so I passed.

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Comments

  • +4 votes

    For those interested in 6 months in trying to get TCL and appliance Central to respond to my warranty claim. They just don't respond to emails or phone calls.

    • +1 vote

      Thanks for the information. Worst thing in Australia is a company or retailer not responding or helping customers when it comes to warranty claims. It's a big no with our consumer laws.

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      Have you went to fair trading already? That's unacceptable.

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      Just to add to this, we have purchased over 100 TCL panels (they have 3 year commerical warranty too).

      Our experience is the same as Gusper's. We have been waiting since October 2019 for service of a panel. After constantly contacting them, it was only just repaired this week.
      In our area, the service person is a one man shop who up until this point wouldn't close his store to attend to our repair.

      We've since switched to Hisense and had one repair which was completed within 10 days. Would have been sooner, we just couldn't get to it as fast as they could. Hisense also provided us with a direct contact for support.

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    Picked one up in November with a GG Ebay 20% off for $1,020. Been more than happy with the purchase.

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    What is the differences between $4000 Sony or Samsung compare to this one, I have not use TV for a long time, now my home is being built, I have 7 months to look for a TV to hang on the living room wall, thanks .

  • +1 vote

    I had a look at this exact model at JB yesterday and I would recommend you do the same before pulling the trigger.

    It looked absolutely fantastic playing 4K content, but anything upscaled produced pretty extreme artifacts.

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      My thoughts exactly. The upscaling is crap. My 6 yeqar old Sony B8500 has better - if only marginally - upscaling. Considering the improvements with tech these days, I find that abysmal.

      Though watching 4K would be appreciably better. If I only watched 4K I would be very tempted to buy one. I think Kayo is only 1080p.

      There is a reason why these TV's are cheap.

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      I mostly use my TV for Xbox and the included apps, so most of what I watch is basically 4k now.

      I don't know how upscaling compares to "high end" TVs but I figured it can't be worse than a 2017 Hisense series 7 and I'm going up to 75". I guess I'll find out in a week or so when I get it.

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    When we say poor upscaling… Are we talking from SD or from FHD to UHD?

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      ALL upscaling. ie anything that isn't 4k imho. If you're not sure ask them in store to play local SD channels through it or take your own content on a USB stick to try it out.

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        Why would anyone watch anything in SD these days, all sport that matters in on HD channels/kayo. All tv shows worth watching are on Netflix etc.

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