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Hisense 70" A6 Series 4K UHD Smart LED TV $995 + Delivery ($0 C&C/ in-Store) @ The Good Guys / JB Hi-Fi


Hisense A6G 70" 4K UHD LED Smart TV [2021]Model:

Screen Size (Inches): 70"

4K UHD VIDAA U4 Smart TVHigh Dynamic RangeDTS Studio Sound

Packed full of satisfying features, the Hisense UHD 4K Series A6G TV is the complete package for those looking for a great TV at a reasonable price point. Featuring Natural Colour Enhancer technology, it makes images appear more vivid by optimising colour reproduction and distinguishing between minute differences in tone. Hisense’s Clean View technology automatically analyses input signals and optimises images to make them the best they can possibly be. Individual pixels are enhanced in real-time, delivering sharper, cleaner picture quality, no matter what you’re watching. With Hisense’s VIDAA U4 Operating System and Wi-Fi connectivity, finding and navigating content has never been easier.
As models may vary from country to country (even though products may have the same model number), please check the specifications. This is the Australian model.

Key Features

High Dynamic Range
DTS Studio Sound
Precision Colour
Smooth Motion Rate 100
PVR Recording
Built-in Wi-Fi
Bluetooth v5.0
3 x HDMI ports
2 x USB ports

Screen Technology:LEDScreen
Screen Resolution:3840 x 2160
Display Resolution:4K Ultra HD
Smart TV:Yes
Smart TV Platform:VIDAA U4Compatible Video Streaming Apps:Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, Foxtel, Stan iView and Freeview PlusRelease Year:2021
Series:A6VESA Wall Mount Size (mm):600 x 300
Product Height (mm):953
Product Width (mm):1577
Product Depth (mm):375

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2021

Related Stores

The Good Guys
The Good Guys
JB Hi-Fi
JB Hi-Fi

closed Comments

  • +2

    Also on sale at Costco for $899.99

    • 989.99 via app but it includes delivery

  • -1
    • A bit more expensive model

    • Costco requires membership.
      Same price at JB with free delivery and you can take advantage of things like ShopBacks Gift Cards with % cash back to save even more.

      • Same price at JB with free delivery

        Where does it say it offers free delivery? Just tried a few post codes and they all come up as $59 delivery.

        • I did a Google Shopping search for model. Came up with JB price and listed free delivery.

  • -2

    Also just saw VideoPro now offering $3880 with free delivery.


    • How are you getting free delivery?

      Shows $195 to Sydney.

    • Never seen that before, a reply for a Hisense TV with a Sony TV…. also definitely has delivery fee ($195 to VIC)

  • Smooth motion 100….why not 1027384847 ..seems equally meaningful?

    • Because that would be one HELL of a lot of interlacing.
      At 50hz PAL, 100hz interlacing is (potentially) helpful.
      Personally, I hate it, but it's there if it's your flavour.

      • Didn't know there were still people watching regular TV. The only way to get 50fps broadcast

        • +1

          There are a lot.
          Especially things like friday night football.

          Now we have so many channels, there's usually something good on.

          Not many other places to watch gameshows either.

          Even the ads are more relevant to my local shops, than ones forced onto you by ondemand channels.

          Horses for courses; might not suit you, but suits plenty :)

  • +2

    Recently bought a 75" TV, unpacked it, demo'd it, AND returned it.
    It was a 5m deep room.

    It was an AMAZING size for watching a movie, or a series, truly another experience.

    But the second you turned on TV, the jarring brightness changes among news stories, ads, and even just things like the brightness between the 'question board' and the humans on quiz shows was truly painful.

    I'm a close sitter, I love the 3rd-5th row of the cinema, and as I said, for a movie experience, this would be breathtaking.
    But if you're planning to use it as a TV, rather than a monitor for whatever smart device you own, be warned, above 65" is REALLY a lot of light….
    And specifically hisense do not have a standalone 'backlight' option to try and dull it, without affecting your colour reproduction.

    Movies though? Go for gold!

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