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[eBay Plus] Hisense 85S8 UHD 4K TV $2245.50 + Delivery @ The Good Guys eBay


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Cheapest price I have seen for 85 inch TV in recent weeks

This Hisense TV's 85-inch screen enables you to watch the big screen even when further back. It has an LED display. Plus, the Hisense 85S8 features smart TV capabilities, so you can listen to Internet music stations. It has 4K Ultra HD video. View crisp details in each frame of video with the Hisense television's 3840 x 2160 pixel screen resolution. Its 50 Hz refresh rate allows you to see the smooth action in films and games. The television has four HDMI inputs, so you can watch high-definition images by connecting your computer. It has two USB inputs and a Bluetooth connection. You can immerse yourself in the high-definition imagery with this Hisense TV.

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  • +2

    50Hz is a good thing?

    • Not exactly but if you are not using it for games then might work

      • What games currently run at 4k 120hz?

        • +1

          Is that a serious question?

          Even my 1080 will run most games at more then 50fps, and if its one of the many games that don't have super high requirements you can easily get 100+fps.

          • @samfisher5986: Sounds like Mortgagetightass is living in a console world, but even then with the PS5 and Series X there are games that run at 4k 120hz.

  • +1

    Few dollars cheaper at https://www.videopro.com.au/p-13568-hisense-85-85s8-ultra-hd... but running low on stock

  • This price is really good.

  • Better to wait for hdmi 2.1. Once it is more common place there will be a ton of old screens that will be dropping in price like dead flies.

    • +1

      But by the time 2.1 is more common someone else will say better wait for 3.1 and so on… when the wait is going to be over?

      • they aren't saying to buy the next thing that comes out. they're saying wait for the large discounts that will happen when many people do go and buy the new version.

        • +1

          Thats what i said. 3.1 became common 2.1 would drop prices.

    • +7

      I'm waiting for a 100" OLED to hit $100, then I'll upgrade my 12" B&W CRT

      • And when a new technology comes out in a few years you'll update your goal to that, whilst keeping price limit at $100?

  • According to TGG eBay

    Dolby Vision
    Dolby Atmos

    Sounds like a very good deal if this is true!

    HDR Format: Dolby Vision HDR, HDR10 with HLG
    Screen Size: 85"
    Smart TV Platform: VIDAA 3.0
    Colour Technology: Wide Colour Gamut
    Screen Technology: LED
    VESA Wall Mount Size (mm): 800 x 400
    TV Processor: Quad Core
    Built-in Voice Assistant (Hands-free): Yes - Amazon Alexa built-in (use your smartphone and the RemoteNOW app) and Google Assistant ready
    Release Year: 2020
    Display Resolution: 4K Ultra HD
    Motion Rate: 100 Smooth Motion Rate
    Manufacturer's Warranty: 3 Year
    Screen Resolution: 3840 x 2160
    Series: S8
    Compatible Video Streaming Apps: Netflix, Amazon Prime, You Tube, Stan, iView, Youtube Kids, SBS, Tubi, Red Bull TV, Freeview Plus
    Sound: 15W x 2CH, Dolby Vision Atmos

  • I'm in the market for an 85" TV and Hisense make good value TV's but not a fan of their OS. At this stage it doesn't support some apps that I use e.g. Kayo. So check that any apps you want are supported - unless you are happy to use a smart TV box, Chromecast etc. For me that defeats the purpose of buying a smart TV in the first place. So even though a great price for reputable brand 85" TV, I'll pass.

    PS just noticed, delivery for me is $675, which by itself is a deal breaker

    • Better to get an external box to handle your specific needs. Untie yourself from the tv specific software and let it be what it needs to be, a screen for your media.

      • Each to their own… I have 5 TV's, 3 of which are smart - and 2 of those are Android, the other Vidaa. In addition I have 2 Android TV boxes, a Chromecast with Google TV (also Android) and an older Chromecast. I use the Chromecast with Google TV on the Hisense TV that runs Vidaa so I can watch Kayo - but I'd prefer to not have to use another remote (need to switch between free to air TV and HDMI input), have additional cables (HDMI & power) or use additional powerpoint. YMMV - and it obviously does.

        • Yeah that's fair, I use a keyboard and mouse for the "smart" device/hub and basically leave my tv on that hdmi port. Have come to forget that it's an extra remote in ways

          I've found that decoupling my reliance on the smart tv software helped me with being less picky with TVs and concentrate more at specs/price

    • The latest update included Kayo BTW

  • Any deals on the 55 or 65”?

  • May be wait till FY sale .. all the old model will have reduced price I believe