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[Pre Order] Kogan 43" 4K UHD HDR LED TV for $299 + Delivery @ Kogan

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Could be useful in a small bedroom or WFH monitor… not sure how good these are?

Transform the way you watch with the vivid 4K resolution and HDR of this stunning 43” 4K UHD HDR LED TV that provides true-to-life visuals and breathtaking clarity that takes any home theatre to the next level.

Stunning 4K Ultra HD resolution with HDR support
PVR – pause, rewind and record live TV
Play media via USB and HDMI inputs
VESA mounting capability
Need a wall mount? Shop the range here

Presale: Ships on 20th Nov.

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  • +3 votes

    Bit of a dim TV for HDR

    • +3 votes

      True, I prefer intelligent TVs too…

      • +1 vote

        You can always make them intelligent

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          By rewarding them with TV snacks?

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      True, but check out the people in the comments who don't realise that SDR content is mastered at 100 nits and probably don't push the SDR brightness setting past halfway on their TVs.

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    HDR HDR10
    Brightness 200cd/m²

    yeesh… this should be under $250

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      What's a good brightness? Advice please!

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    Good price. But image isn't that clear.

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    This is the same price which i paid last year for the 43" JU8000 4K model which is a dumb TV and doesn't have HDR. But that model did come with an LG panel.

    But definitely the HDR on this model would be crap.

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    I like the price but the it’s dimmer than my gaming laptop which won’t cut it for my bright living room

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      Yep you're better off going with some thing better like a Samsung, Sony, LG etc with a bright screen.

      These sort of TV's such as this Kogan is made more for a bedroom with less background room lighting.

  • +1 vote

    You really want a monitor with an IPS panel and 4:4:4 support to use it as a monitor (no idea if it does this)

    I hear the Sony 700 and 800 series, in 43" are quite good as monitors, apparently.

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      I think just about everything now is ips and 4.4.4 chroma, even my shitty $300 linsar 50

  • -2 votes

    Junk

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    Wouldn't recommend Kogan but ok for a spare visitor room I guess.

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    How would this be for a bedroom, mainly for tv in the evenings. I don't watch tv during the day. Or will i still be disappointed with the brightness?

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      Should be fine at night

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    Thinking to use this as pc monitor

    • +1 vote

      Think again.

  • -1 vote

    how is it compared to this previous deal https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/572357

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    What makes a TV smart (or dumb)? How can you tell on the Kogan website apart from the obvious which is in the title? I'm asking for specifics people! :)

    • +2 votes

      does the tv have ethernet wifi and apps? then its smart

      if doesnt, its dumb

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    Yea might be ok for the kids to play Wii or something

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    NVM 1080p

  • +1 vote

    Lol, pre-orders for a bottom-of-the-barrel TV with pathetic brightness?

    I had a cheap 43-inch 4K from Kogan a couple of years ago, wasn’t quite as cheap but was definitely awful.

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    How’s the tv… bad

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    I've got the previous model uhd 43" in the bedroom.

    Very poor colour accuracy. Yellows look like a dull mustard colour. It's not fixable, even through advanced settings (service) menu.

    The other warning about buying a kogan TV is the lack of telephone support. Very frustrating trouble shooting an issue via email with up to 2 days delay between replies.

  • -1 vote

    Hisense galaxy 55inch oled 2.1hdmi releasing soon, they selling under $2000 in china, and $2100 for 65 inch, just saying some seriously good prices coming next year, and amazing TV specs if you can wait.

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      How did we go from a $300 bottom barrel toilet TV to a top of the line TV lol

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        Hey i've got a $300 (was discounted by about $150) Kogan 43" 4K TV purchased back on 11 June 2019 still going strong with daily use. But i did take out 5 years extended warranty too.

        This is the KALED43JU8000ZE model with an LG panel. So it was a bit better quality model than this one sold in this deal. Yeah the best Kogan TV models were the ones built with either the Samsung or LG panel. You don't tend to get those any more.

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      People looking at a $300 TV probably don't have a spare 2 grand sitting around

      • -2 votes

        True, they probably want landfill rather educated purchase.

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          So someone who can't afford anything over $300 for a tv is just buying an uneducated purchase?

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            @krisspy: Pretty much, their best with second hand, atleast it's in the used market. And if the TV blows up, they'll have no need to buy more cheap landfill.