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58" 4K Ultra HD Smart TV $569, TV Bracket $29.99, 8 Way Surge Protector $24.99, 2.1 Channel Soundbar $129 @ ALDI

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Excerpt from the upcoming Aldi catalogue. Other smart buys are men's wear and bedsheet/linen.

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  • +2 votes

    It's sad this is where WebOS ended up. That OS was amazing on the Touchpad. The gestures were way ahead of its time.

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      Isn't webOS in the high end LG OLEDs which are considered best in the industry

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        It deserved better than being an OS on any TV.

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      HP… You've done it again! :(

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        Yep, bought Palm for US$4 billion and wrote it off a few years later, that's the HP way.

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      It's a pity they brought in this version.
      The previous Android version of that TV works really well

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    Can you confirm the specs on the TV wall Mount please? Can’t quite make it out.

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    Are Tv's from Aldi any good? Thinking about getting the 58" but would love to hear from anyone who's bought one before.

    • -3 votes
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      Bought two before. One is dead after 4-5 years use.
      The second one is around 3 years ago and cannot watch channel 11 now.
      Pretty much you pay what you get.

    • +1 vote

      I had two 32-inchers last between 8 and 10 years theyre ..ok old models . Currently have a 40 inch in the bedroom that is going really well with a built-in soundbar ….would buy again but not as main TV probably a second room again. Main 1 is a Samsung 55inch but has recently got the dreaded white sun marks but is 7 yrs old.. aldi good value for sure.. depends what U gonna use for too. Ie FTA, gaming or streaming….

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    Jaycar sell a similar wall mount for the same price all year round.

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      The jaycar one isn't as heavy duty though

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      Suits: 32-70” flat panel TVs from Jaycar
      ALDI supports up to 80"

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        Dimensions don't matter, weight does.

        It'll support a 200" flatscreen!* If it's a projector screen that's 2kgs, sure

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          Can you mount a 75" tv on the mount from Jaycar?

  • +4 votes

    I have the 70" version of this TV. WebOS UI is great and remote is FANTASTIC! Sound is also very good considering the price (was $800). Apps are running pretty well and all of the Australian streaming services are supported. Plex also works really well with my server. I also have Vodafone Android TV box which I no longer use as WebOS has all the apps.

    That's where the good things end. Picture Quality when compared to my *15yr old * Sharp Aquos LCD is very average to poor. Do not expect deep blacks or uniform colours. It's hard to explain, but e.g. on a pure gray screen (most visible in Amazon app), there are significant discolorations - colour varies across the screen.
    So, if this is not your main TV, it might be OK considering the price.

    My main TV is the good old Panasonic Plasma with Kuro tech, so, (except for the high-end OLED), nothing else on the market today compares to it 😏

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      My Panasonic plasma is getting close to it's 10th birthday and it's not showing any signs of giving up.

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      I have the 70" version of this TV. WebOS UI is great and remote is FANTASTIC! Sound is also very good considering the price (was $800). Apps are running pretty well >and all of the Australian streaming services are supported. Plex also works really well with my server. I also have Vodafone Android TV box which I no longer use as >WebOS has all the apps.

      How does WebOS compared to Android TV app wise? I've never used it before. Can you still get the same amount of apps, or does it have significantly less? Would you be able to get apps from different regions such as Hulu etc.?

      My main TV is the good old Panasonic Plasma with Kuro tech, so, (except for the high-end OLED), nothing else on the market today compares to it 😏

      Cool. What version of the Panasonic do you have? I still have a Panasonic TH-P50ST60A as my main TV as still find it great for watching movies/tv shows (haven't tried gaming on it). I wanted to try a 4K TV out a year or two ago, but I had a feeling (wasn't sure as I didn't really look into comparisons too much between my Plasma and newer 4K LED LCD TVs) that only OLED would be an upgrade and those are out of my price range right now. So is OLED the only upgrade path if I want to get something newer?

      By the way, what happened to Panasonic TVs in Australia? I saw that they now don't sell them here.

      That's where the good things end. Picture Quality when compared to my *15yr old * Sharp Aquos LCD is very average to poor. Do not expect deep blacks or uniform >colours. It's hard to explain, but e.g. on a pure gray screen (most visible in Amazon app), there are significant discolorations - colour varies across the screen.
      So, if this is not your main TV, it might be OK considering the price.

      That doesn't sound too good at all. I was mostly looking at one of these for my father as his TV is pretty old/crappy. Would I be better off getting a tier 2 name brand TV instead? Size doesn't really matter. 40 to 50 inch would be big enough for him. I was even thinking of the 40" Soniq Aldi TV, but I assumed that one wouldn't be too good at all.

      What brands would you guys consider tier 1? LG, Samsung, Sony? Can't think what else I am missing off of the top of my head.

      After the tier one brands, what would you guys consider as the tier 2 brands? I am thinking Hisense, TCL? Any others?

      I haven't kept up with TVs the past 5 or 6 years, so not sure what is what these days.

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    Is the surge protector good? or just pick something up from bunnings?

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    Any idea what the $319 one is? Smaller 4k screen or just hd?

    Doesn't seem to be listed on their site yet

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      Looks like it's just full HD and has Android TV instead of WebOS. I wonder how the Android TV runs on it?

      I was thinking of getting this one for my father as he doesn't need anything huge (would prefer to get 50 inch. 40 would be OK if it was a decent TV), but would like to get him something with above average quality, so not sure if this one would be too low end. Was thinking that maybe I should look at one of the tier 2 brands from the major stores (HN, Goodguys etc.).

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    Pro-tip: The future of TV's will be Android, this WebOS thing will get closed like everything else.

    • +3 votes

      Pro-tip: buy a dumb tv and plug what ever Android TV, Apple TV, HTPC, RaspberryPi, FireTV, Roku or N64 you want into it.

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    Can't quite tell from the picture. Does the power board have individual switches?

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      Nope. Just one, single on/off switch.

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    Anyone tried this soundbar before?