TCL 65C815 $1495
Hisense 65" Q8 $1795
Hisense 65" Q7 $1295
There are lots more TVs on sale but these were my picks as far as value goes.
Note: the TCL C815 has an Onkyo soundbar integrated into it, making it pretty good on value.
2x15W20W (subwoofer), Onkyo Audio
2x15W20W (subwoofer), Onkyo Audio
no idea if any good also Hitachi 75" SM20 4K UHD ANDROID QLED TV $1495 would go in-store & negotiate lower if anyone is interested in it
I bought the Q7 65 for my parents. It's a great TV. They're happy with it and the upscaling is great.
Sales are probably to make way for the 2021 models. Perfect timing as my 7 year old TV is finally giving up the ghost. Just don't know whether to save on an outgoing model or pay more for the 2021 models.
I'm waiting for a good brand 65-75" to come down sub $1k. 2020 models are still fantastic. best value for now i think
Buy now at discount or hold out for new ones that are the same price but better
And hope for a even bigger discount on these ones
This year's releases will be more expensive. Between the neo/qned, 2.1 standard and 8k being the main sets only the button tier will be cheaper
New models won't really offer anything more than the current models do, they definitely won't offer value for money compared to these soon-to-be run-out models. Best bet is to negotiate a better deal on a clearance model like georgev below.
where can I find cheapest Samsung 75" QLED?
The Q7 is that price everywhere, they must have matched each other (same price at Harvey Norman, JB Hifi, Bing Lee, Betta etc)
My pick would be the TCL.
Only advantage over the Q8 is android TV. Spec wise tho the Q8 is better
Refresh rate? Its been corrected to 50hz
Agreed, Q8 is way too better in reality as compared to any other TV being discussed here.
Surely there's more to it than that. They couldn't justify an extra $500 just for throwing in Android.
Extra 500 where. What are you comparing?
@Dezeption: The prices above.. Q7 $1295 vs Q8 $1795
@omblygombly: Neither of them have Andorid. My comment was advantage to the TCL havinf it compared to the Q8, where the Q8 was better at eveything else. Android is only available on TCL, Sony and the cheap rebaged TVs. The main difference between thr q7 and q8 is the refresh rate being higher in thr q8. Has the sound bar and would probably have brighter screen higher contract with improved AI
@Dezeption: Thanks for that. I was just commenting on what you mentioned earlier, but now I see what you wrote. Sorry, my bad, I misread it. Thought you were comparing the Q7 against the Q8. But it was the Q8 vs TCL. Stoopid me. :)
I'll go back to primary school and learn how to read and how to spell stoopid properly.
@Dezeption: Any idea why Hisense don't include more Android TVs in their lineup?
I have the Hisense 65RG which is a 2019 Android TV however I noticed it being absent on their 2020 and 2021 lineup.
Q8 200hz ?
The TCL is about $50 cheaper on TGGC, the Hisense TVs are the same.
I saw the TCL a few days ago on TGGC and did some research, decided not to buy.
I'm leaning to the Q7, anyone have experience with it?
CashRewards has 5% cashback @ TGG which amounts to ~$75 cashback on the TCL.
65c815 is $1458 on TGG commercial just FYI
Aren't these just the normal prices for the Q7/Q8? Q7 was going for $1150 or something during Boxing Day sales at Good Guys and I'm pretty sure Q8 was down to around $1500 or $1600.
No, these are not the normal prices
Yes, it has been cheaper before
I stand corrected. Q7 previously $1795 and Q8 previously $2295.
Just picked up q7 for $1200 Blacktown GG. I went there planning to buy Samsung TU8000. But blown away by Hisense picture quality
Nice! Did you ask them for a deal or was it marked further down?
Asked for a deal.
I wonder if I can get $1200 including delivery, only one way to find out.
I got it for 1150 with delivery from jb on December 19.
Could you please post or pm your receipt as I'm looking for a 65Q7 as well.
(Basic) Youtube review for the 75" version of the TCL