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Hisense 65Q7 $959 Delivered @ Powerland eBay or $995 C&C/+ $35 Delivery @ The Good Guys eBay

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[eBay Plus] Hisense 65Q7 $959 Delivered @ Powerland eBay or $995 C&C/+ $35 Delivery) @ The Good Guys eBay

2020 model, end of life, most stores have it at $1095 so could try negotiating lower in-store

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    This TV is superior to the TU8000 Samsung and even the much more expensive Q60A/Q60T

    • +1 vote

      can you please explain? i dont know much about the new line, cant find much info about it, i know the Q8 from last year is superior to this, but did the Q8 even get a replacement this year?

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        The sony x9000h is better than the q8, despite what the q8 looks like on paper.

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      Specs wise? Apparently hisense picture processing software lets them down hard.

      • +5 votes

        Both the Q7 and Q8 are 2020 models. The Q7 is just under the Q8.

        • +4 votes

          thought it was, will update again, till the next person says its 2019 lol

      • +5 votes

        My heart was in the right place.

  • +1 vote

    If you can stretch the budget the Q8 is much better.

    • +3 votes

      If your going to spend the money on this better waiting for a good deal on the Q8, which is probably the best value for performance tv out there.

    • +2 votes

      Any reason as to why you think so? The Q8 might have more dimming zones, but I really couldn't tell the difference between the two instore with them next to each other.
      The Q8 was a lot more expensive though, nearly double the price at the time.

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        the best deal ever on a q8 was 1500 few months ago, good luck waiting around for another deal.

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          Why? New TV's will be coming out soon and the Q8 will be on run out. TV's only get cheaper…

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            @Maz78: i haven't seen a proper tv deal since covid started, global demand increased keeping the prices at an all time high, but i guess that can be said about everything else, point is if you are keen on waiting around than i guess wait, ive been waiting for a year for a sub 1k 65 inch tv for living room and i think this is it.

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          As of the time this is written, the 65Q8 can be had with $1450 with postage.
          https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/124267850212?epid=3038176325&has...

          And then apply the same coupon code as listed in this post.

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            @Clain: what are you talking about? its AU $1,995.00 remove 100 its AU $1,895.00

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          lol Eat your own words. $1163 and plenty of stock now

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    this or new samsung?

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    What are the smart features like on this TV? What OS does it use? I've seen some poor reviews relating to this aspect, so not sure what to think

    • +1 vote

      Doesn't bother me, I use the Google Chromecast tv.

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        Right, so the smart features on the TV itself aren't good.

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          Look, they are okay, but not amazing. Certainly usable, but for $100 Google tv better.

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          Not bad. But missing Disney and binge and using the channel 9 one on the tv is a pain.

  • +1 vote

    I just want a reasonably priced 65-75inch TV with good motion smoothing. I use a PC to run it so don't care about the TV software/OS.

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    I am waiting for Q8 75"- 85" to go on sale, not sure when but I hope soon. I am doing lot of window shopping still no luck in finding better deal yet.

    • +1 vote

      The 85" are in very limited stock. Best price so far has been $3200 don't see it going under 3k at all. You could miss out

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        No one matching that price in Perth. Been to shopping today and no luck matching that price. Currently the selling for $4995.

  • +3 votes

    Bought a Q7 at $1000 a few weeks ago, and whilst I would have liked a Q8, I couldn't justify the extra $. Overall very happy with it, other than the Hisense OS being pretty limited, which I have supplemented with a Chromecast with Google TV.

    • +2 votes

      How are you finding the motion smoothing? Similarly got mine a few weeks ago. I find I have to tinker with it too much.

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        Once i turned everything off i was pretty happy with motion. I did find I had to turn everything off for each setting seperately.

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          Do you mean turning off adaptive contrast and the two noise reductions along with the motion smoothing?

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            @Thomasta3: From memory i just disabled all forms of processing, the standard process with any TV or monitor because I am yet to purchase one that doesn't look worse with processing on.

  • +1 vote

    i did some research while trying to find the similar named model for usa, i think this is it (Hisense U7QF) but they get different stand like a one piece U shape stand but we get 2 separate v shape stands. i can already say best choice 65 inch for 1k

    here is some quick info, its FALD which is unheard of at this price range, goes up to 700 nits, its ULED so similar to QLED layer on top, has all the support for atmos and dolby, downsides is not much at this range, dont expect OLED level performance but for 1k you cant do better. yes Q8 is better but for me not worth the extra dough for a living room tv.

    EDIT: bought one for living room, I don't think we will see a better deal anytime soon, maybe close to the end of the year. looks to be the best sub $1k 65inch tv atm.

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    It's showing $125.60 for the delivery fee

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    Good price. I think I paid around $1150 for this around Xmas time. Very happy with it.

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    I bought this tv for mom - great TV with most modern features.

    edit: Sorry got the Q8 not Q7

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    Can you download the Kayo app on this TV?

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    wait this is 50hz?
    sports must look like [email protected] on this then/fast moving action sequences

    • +1 vote

      sports broadcasts are in 24fps/30fps…

      all about the TV's response time frame to frame and motion trails

    • +1 vote

      You can't add frames that don't exist without it looking fake.

      Sports are only broadcast at 24 or 30hz so… yeah if it looks like crap it's because of processing not because a lack of hz.

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      it says 60hz, who leaves the soap opera effect on anyway on those tv's with 120hz?

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    Nice wolf