- Series X 65PX (65")
A budget 65 inch Oled TV
As a smart TV, the operating systems used by this TV is well below the industry standard, you pretty much have no way to install additional apps on this 'strange' operating system. System update is also non-existent. The operating system can sometimes be very laggy to navigate between each apps well, I therefore just use my TV stick to connect to the TV as a work around.
In terms of the screen display, the color reproduction on this TV is noticeably better than any conventional LED/LCD/IPS TVs, that's just the nature of being OLED. It also of...fers HRD10 which adds a lot of contrast to the color as well. However this oled display struggles with fast moving objects, it can produce some manifests around moving stuff on the screen which is a bit annoying. You need to tweak the display settings to improve your viewing experience. The thin bezel and overall thickness of the screen is amazing, many visitors to my house were amazed by the trendy design of the Oled screen. Connectivity: I barely use any connectivity options provided by this TV due to its below-par operating system, so all of these connections are done through my TV stick. There are 4 HDMI ports in the back, so it should be enough for most users already, especially if you connect it to a soundbar via HDMI ARC channel, then you don't really need to access that many HDMI ports anyway, everything can be done through your soundbar. However it's shame that this TV does not have dolby atoms or dolby vision, so you don't need to buy an expensive soundbar with dobly atmos effects to connect to this TV. There are a couple of USB ports available in the rare next to the HDMI ports as well, both ports can provide electricity to mini TV sticks. Overall it's a reasonably priced OLED TV that produces vibrant colors, most of my complaints go to the screen manifests around fast moving objects.
Purchased in December 2019.
Questions & Answers
How do you turn off screen saver and the tv just turns black with sound and goes into a standby mode how do you solve this
I can only speak from my experience, and that is its important to use the correct input to connect devices - like Telstra Tv, apple TV, Blu-ray dvd, etc.. If you don't you might get a black screen and sound...this happened to me when I first set-up my dvd player - once I changed the connection to AV1 I got sound and vision
Thanks mate but it does this when your just watching tv also not sure why
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|Category||4K Ultra HD TVs||4K Ultra HD TVs|
|Type of TV||HDR Compatible and Smart TV||HDR Compatible and Smart TV|
|Energy Rating||5 star(s)||4 star(s)|
|Number of HDMI Ports||4||4|
|Number of USB Ports||2||2|
|Weight||24.3 kg||20.5 kg|
|Dimensions (without stand)||831 x 1447 x 62 mm||707.2 x 1225.9 x 58.5 mm|
|Dimensions (with stand)||881.2 x 1447 x 328 mm||754.7 x 1225.9 x 271.8 mm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||3 year(s)||3 year(s)|
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