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Hisense 75Q8 75" Q8 4K TV $2545.75 ($2485.85 eBay Plus) + $55 Delivery/C&C @ The Good Guys eBay

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NEW Hisense 75Q8 75" Q8 4K UHD SMART ULED TV. eBay plus member ship required.
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  • If you're on a bit more of a budget, the 65Q8 is a great option too for about $1k cheaper.

    I bought it a week ago - fantastic TV for the price.

  • Why is everyone suddenly buying a new TV haha So many TV deals

    • Snyder Cut.

      March 18th.

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    • 2021 TV's will start arriving soon and with HDMI 2.1 there is a sort of generation change happening, retailers will need to make room for them and clear some older models.

      • yes. Also, COVID has created supply issues and hence new generations will be super expensive in the coming months.

        • oh definitely .. always the case but these days it'll be even worse … tv's now all dependent on processors etc and with the silicon shortages they'll be affected too.. still when new versions are released people tend to hold off from buying so retailers will have more sales on the old stock to keep them moving out…

        • Yeah new models won't be cheap like these ones. If you're not super fussed on HDMI 2.1, then these are great value TVs.

  • Between this and QA75Q70TAWXXY? Pricing wise both are at par

    • I'm not a fan of Samsung at the moment - the models offered here are inferior to those overseas.

      • And the Hisense model is different to that overseas too right? At least they number their's differently though, what Samsung's doing should be illegal (two different models with the same model number/ID).

    • The Q8 supports Dolby Vision and 1000 nits peak brightness. QA75Q70 does not support Dolby Vision, but supports HDR10+

      The Q8 has ~200 local dimming zones where as QA75Q70 has ~ 30 local dimming zones.

      • Well the 55 inch has anywhere between 130 to 144 zones and 65 inch has about 180. Nobody has done a test to confirm zones for the 75. If it's inline with the percentage gap it should be well over 200 local dimming zones. Blooming is less on this model than the Samsung Q9 and obviously the Sony X950H. As tested by a few reviews. Brightness is all over the place depending on the person testing it and whether they are using actual HDR content or just testing patterns, as white highlights will give much more brightness than colours. Some have it at just under 2000 nits, others say it's about 1200-1300. Either way it's one of the best HDR pictures you can get.

  • Between this and Sony X9500?

    • Well the Sony is obviously better, but is also a lot more expensive. You have to decide if you want to spend that extra money. I couldn't justify it and am happy with the Hisense.

  • I have the 65"

    Very vibrant image, after having this the q70 (2019 Samsung) 65" looks dull.

    Blacks are quite good too.

    The onboard OS is disappointing - no kayo or Disney plus. Buy a Google TV for 90 bucks to mitigate this issue.

  • Can these TVs decode Plex streaming fine? I have a 2016 Hisense and it struggles with decoding 1080p stream. I have to do the decoding at the server itself.

    Also, do these new TVs have Amazon Prime? My same TV doesn't have it.

    Thank you.

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