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[QLD] EKO 75" 4K Ultra HD Android TV with Google Assistant - K750USG $849 + Delivery ($0 C&C) @ BIG W

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$126 cheaper than last Deal https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/630402

Part of Big W 3 Day Flash Sale
Product Features:

4K Ultra HD with HDR (High Dynamic Range)
Android TV OS - All the content that you love, exactly how you want it. Welcome to a smarter way to watch.
Google Play Store - With the Google Play Store for Android TV, whatever you're into, there's an app you're sure to love.
Android TV comes with your Google Assistant built in. Just press the Google Assist button on your remote control to quickly find the latest blockbuster or check the score of the big game.
Chromecast Built-In - With Android TV, you can quickly cast photos, videos, music and other content that you love from your favourite device straight to your TV.
NETFLIX, AMAZON PRIME VIDEO AND YOUTUBE Pre-installed for your viewing pleasure.
NETFLIX and YOUTUBE buttons on remote for easy access.
1.07 Billion Colours
Dimensions with stand: 1672 (w) × 317 (d) × 1030 (h) mm
Dimensions without stand: 1672 (w) × 75 (d) × 958 (h) mm

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  • +7 votes

    Nice post Regie69. U sound like a top bloke, but did you know the last digits in your username are actually a sexual position. I know, I googled it. No need to thank me.

    • +7 votes

      OP is just a big chemistry geek and named himself based on element Thulium.

      Atomic number 69
      Group, block group n/a, f-block
      Period period 6
      Element category lanthanide
      Standard atomic weight (±) (Ar) 168.93422(2)1
      Electron configuration Xe 4f13 6s2
      per shell
      2, 8, 18, 31, 8, 2
      Physical properties
      Phase solid
      Melting point 1818 K (1545 °C, 2813 °F)
      Boiling point 2223 K (1950 °C, 3542 °F)
      Density near r.t. 9.32 g/cm3
      when liquid, at m.p. 8.56 g/cm3
      Heat of fusion 16.84 kJ/mol
      Heat of vaporization 191 kJ/mol
      Molar heat capacity 27.03 J/(mol·K)
      vapor pressure
      P (Pa) 1 10 100 1 k 10 k 100 k
      at T (K) 1117 1235 1381 1570 (1821) (2217)
      Atomic properties
      Oxidation states 2, 3 (a basic oxide)
      Electronegativity Pauling scale: 1.25
      Ionization energies 1st: 596.7 kJ/mol
      2nd: 1160 kJ/mol
      3rd: 2285 kJ/mol
      Atomic radius empirical: 176 pm
      Covalent radius 190±10 pm
      Miscellanea
      Crystal structure hexagonal close-packed (hcp) Hexagonal close packed crystal structure for thulium
      Thermal expansion poly: 13.3 µm/(m·K) (at r.t.)
      Thermal conductivity 16.9 W/(m·K)
      Electrical resistivity poly: 676 nΩ·m (at r.t.)
      Magnetic ordering paramagnetic (at 300 K)
      Young's modulus 74.0 GPa
      Shear modulus 30.5 GPa
      Bulk modulus 44.5 GPa
      Poisson ratio 0.213
      Vickers hardness 470–650 MPa
      Brinell hardness 470–900 MPa
      CAS Number 7440-30-4
      History
      Naming after Thule, a mythical region in Scandinavia
      Discovery and first isolation Per Teodor Cleve (1879)

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    Anybody have any review or feedback on this model???

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      If it's the same as mine, it's decent, but i paid 700 iirc

    • +4 votes

      I'll step up. It looks quite enjoyable but in reality you realise the other half doesn't have the best view of you, and you're both trying hard to please each other but in essence both failing.

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        Relatable

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        Well said

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        Wtf

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      I bought this, lasted 8 months before half the screen artifacted and ghosted - unusable..

      The most annoying this is removing it from the walk punt and having to actually carry this all the way to the back of big w for them to then take 3 days of review to let me know if they will refund or get it repaired.

      FYI the power cable is NOT removable #3DGameMan

      I wouldn’t buy again.. I chatted with the device guy.. he said it’s hit and miss.. he sees a stack get returned but his sister bought one that’s going strong for 1 year + 🤷🏻‍♂️

      Later I bought from good guys and they send someone out if there’s an issue which is really handy for a 75”+ tv!

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    Is it the same as the hitachi the other week?

  • +2 votes

    I have the 65", I think it migbt me slightly different, android 9 vs android 10 on this.

    Anyway

    Pros:
    Good picture - in my noob oppinion
    Great price
    Easy setup : more android TV bemefit I guess

    Negs:
    Average remote: low range, poor responsiveness
    Inconsistent conectivity to LG sound bar
    Build up of laggyness over time, just facyory reset after 7 months due to lag build up, Netflix basically crashed every time it was opened.
    Inability to change settings on anything but FTA channels (unles using vooce command on remote; which sucks)

    • +2 votes

      I got the frameless 65” from this deal https://ozb.me/o/2SsG?u=em

      The remote feels light weight and flimsy, maybe too light. Can’t tell if holding it the right way up or not in the dark. speakers is a bit of a let down. Other than that everything else works great. Picture quality is very good.

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      Try holding the off button and do a full shut down every now and then. It takes ages to boot up the first time after doing so but I noticed the lagging goes away after doing this.

  • -2 votes

    I am sure it is as good/bad as any Bauhn TV.
    Good value picture, not so great sound.
    Likely not Apple friendly and no other Apps apart from the installed ones.
    Probably.
    https://www.bigw.com.au/deals

    • +1 vote

      Its Android so it has Google Store

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      Quite a few people in previous Eko posts seem to be pretty happy with theirs, especially in terms of picture quality. Can't really say the same for Bauhn.

  • +1 vote

    Is this one of those 220 nit HDR TVs?

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    Anyone got real world energy use numbers? Can you dim the backlight?

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    Bought 65 qled frameless version around 4-5 months ago and pretty happy with so far. Very good picture quality and pretty bright for me, sound is obviously a let down but not really a big issue ( most TVs have this issue and can be solved with Sound bars if you want ).
    They should bring 85 inch model as well.

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    I've had the 65" version since 2019…I've replaced the OS with a Chromecast with Google TV, bit other than that it's been fantastic.

    FYI under the CCWGTV setup, you should nominate the TV as a "LG" brand in order to have functional power and input IR signals.

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      Can you set the backlight as low as you want? And do the settings 'stick', or reset back to factory defaults every time you turn it off?

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    Love my SONIQ it's pretty much an LG TV.

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      Do you work for Soniq or something? You seem to really love your TV😅

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        I'm just surprised by this TV okay

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    Purchased friday night. They gave me a k75usg instead of the websites k750usg. Almost same except mine has a metal frame and legs instead of plastic.
    Seems good value so far. If they have the k75usg, I'd recommend it. Exactly the same as jbhifis blaupunkt 75"

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      What's your view of the TV

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        It's great so far. Similar picture to all rebadged TV's. OS is extremely fast at the moment. I expect it to slow down over time, but seems promising. OS automatically downloaded the new google TV update and applied it.
        Well worth the money,

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          @mamtox nice I personally got lucky with a sale on SONIQ 65 inch 4K HDR & took a punt mostly because of the LG OS

          • +1 vote

            @Jjj888: Nice. I was shopping all week for the 70" eko webos for $799, but couldnt find stock. really surprised with Android TV. Just lucked out that this 75" went on sale Friday morning

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              @mamtox: Yes it looks like you did well I'm surprised also by the quality of this TV

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      As long as its not a k70 as i cant find a k75 on the EKO website
      "EKO | Android TV Range" https://www.eko-entertainment.com.au/usg-android-tv

  • +1 vote

    Purchased the EKO 75" webOS about 3 months ago and using it daily ever since. So far so good and definitely worth the coin.

    Only cons is that the remote has slight delay. In built speakers are horrible.

    Other than that has good picture quality, OS is still running smoothly and great bang for buck. Paid $750ish.

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      That's why I use sound bar now but love the WebOs

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      I was thinking about the EKO 85inc but Web OS is putting me off. Want Android
      How do you find the Web OS

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        I think it's great very simple to use its just like using an LG TV