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Great TV for the Price & Great Picture
I recently bought a Hisense 65SX Duel Cell last week.
I got it while it was discounted (Boxing day sales) for under $2K AUS. I noticed that it’s price has gone back up to $3360 (within 1 week).
I wouldn’t pay the full cost ($3500 before the Boxing Day discount) for this TV, but for under 2K it’s a great TV.
I notice that the small print you see in many television adds is out of focus and I cannot read it despite the TV screen being huge.
Also, whilst watching HD free to air TV, the screen/picture sometimes breaks up into small squares. But this doesn’t last for more than a couple seconds before fixing itself up.
It was really easy to connect to my internet. ...The TV VIDDA system has some free programs you can watch. For example, I just watched Deadly 60, but I noticed that Samsung has carefully chosen shows that were filmed in 4K. Mind you, the Deadly 60 program about Sharks & the Rainforest show really show off the Duel Cell technology and the picture quality. The TV was supposed to come with free Foxtel for 3 months, but by the time I tried to register it was too late (only a few thousand freebies and cut off date of 31/12/2020). The audio is great and that is without turning on the subwoofer. The TV audio with or without subwoofer is great at high and low volume. Most TV shows that were not filmed in 4K look really ancient on the TV. Like, I feel like that they looked better on my previous TV (I.e. shows like Law &. Order SVU, Star Trek- The Next Generation). I have tried to download certain Apps and noticed that in certain sections of the Home Screen you are required to navigate it using a triangle shaped curser using the remote control. The remote control is useless & slow and you click on the Button you want via what looks like an old-time Apple Macintosh curser! You move the curser around with the arrow & click on keys/icons such as settings, profile ect.or I have to say that this way of navigating the screen is not very good, slow & ancient. It reminded me of the first Apple Macintosh computers I used in the (late 1980’s early 1990’s). You literally control the TV with a 2D sidescroller. I was irritated using this curser because I found that if you held down the arrows (via remote control) that control the direction you want to go on the screen, the system would speed it up so fast that it would go past the key you wanted to click. Also, if you clicked the arrows one click after another, it takes for ever to get to the key you want to get to. Finally, the Browser is also operated with a 2D triangle curser. Unfortunately, despite the TV’s Duel Cell technology the Browser screen looks pretty ancient-that is, it’s very similar to an Analogue TV. It’s like a completely different television.
Purchased in December 2020.
Great TV and Sound Package
This TV is awesome. The colours are vivid, bright and crystal clear. The black levels from 4k content is out of this world.
The integrated soundbar and dedicated sub woofer really makes this TV worth buying, it is absolutely awesome, great bass, and very good clarity from the speakers.
I am very impressed with the TV
Purchased in November 2020.
|Category||4K Ultra HD TVs|
|Type of TV||Smart TV|
|Wireless Options||Bluetooth and Wi-Fi|
|Number of HDMI Ports||4|
|Number of USB Ports||2|
|Dimensions (without stand)||869 x 1450 x 53 mm|
|Dimensions (with stand)||908 x 1450 x 345 mm|
|Release date||Aug 2020|
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- MPN: 65SX
- GTIN13: 9337640005623
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