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What a pathetic version of a Smart TV
1. Quality, The TV feels so flimsy. the screen is extremely cheap material
2. Smart questionable at the best, all this can do is access the internet, and do nothing else as you cannot down load apps or use any Smart features you would expect.
3. Picture quality, horrendous, cannot keep up with any sports or fast moving moves, colour is hard to get right, with out of the box setup pathetic
4. Sound, Lip Sync is impossible to get right, and the set modes don't really change
Keep your money, and to top it all the TV is on a no change of mind policy must have been in the super small print, as this is the only reply the Kogan help desk keep on saying
Never never buy a Kogan crap TV
This tv does everthing i love so much heaps of port awsome picture bluetooth rewind fast forward ....setting to record they alway keep you up to date sending emails with update .....
Purchased in June 2020 for A$499.00.
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Great TV for the price, nice having Android TV for up-to-date apps
This is my first Kogan TV, so I was a little hesitate but it was only $799 during the pre-sale (regularly $999) so I gave it a try, and I'm glad I did. First off, the delivery was excellent, with both Kogan and the driver communicating well in advance, and the driver arriving exactly when he said he would (to the minute!).
The TV came well protected, and unboxing was straight forward. I plugged it in, turned it on, and was greeted by a Google/AndroidTV setup interface that guided me through configuration. It even had an option to use my An...droid phone to sync my wifi settings and account details to make the setup even easier. The TV then scanned for local channels, and that was it. The bezels on the top and sides are quite small (about 11mm from edge to the first pixel) with a slightly thicker bottom bezel. The power plug is on the right side, and the input jacks on the left side. The input jacks from top down are: S/PDIF, 3.5mm headphone, 3.5mm AV IN jack (for included cables with RCA connectors), 2 x USB 2.0 supporting up to 500mA, antenna F-Connector, HDMI 1 (ARC), HDMI 2 and 3, and an RJ45 LAN network jack. Not seen is the internal Bluetooth and WiFi antenna, which connected to my router using 2.4GHz using both IPv4 and IPv6. The remote controller runs on 2 x AAA batteries (included), feels quite light, and the main buttons are a good size and feel solid when pushing them. There's dedicated buttons for Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, and Stan, as well as a button to activate the Google Assistant. The buttons further down for pause/play/rewind are a little small, but roughly the same size as I've seen on other company's remotes. The screen is big (65") and bright with a 4000:1 contrast ratio, and is natively 4k. The speakers can put out a lot of sound, but obviously not as good as a front-facing soundbar.
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Kogan 65" Smart HDR 4K UHD LED TV Android TV™ (Series 9, XU9250) Does this Tv upscale to 4K on normal Tv channels
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