Question Anyone seen Toshiba 65U6863

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  1. lee1980

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    Seems a bargain for £799 in Richersounds, appears to have both Dolby vision and Hdr, can’t find much on it though.

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    The Toshiba brand in TVs is controlled by Vestel who make the majority of budget TVs. Toshiba themselves pulled out of the TV business a few years ago.

    It's likely to be a perfectly good budget 65". It's HDR ability will be minimal, but that goes for everything remotely close to that price. You'd be looking at the £1,700 XF90 as a starting point for HDR at 65".
     
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    Seen my first Toshiba at curry’s today but it was an lcd. Very good quality of build
     
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    Yea not expecting to much for 800, more thinking of a stop gap whilst oled gets cheaper and everything ironed out with like.
     
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    The specification at this price range ( £699 as of today ) for a 65" 4K Television seems amazing. It looks good and with HDR10/HLG and Dolby Vision, along with what appears to be decent sound would appear to be an excellent choice.I know it is made by "Vestel" ,who also make Finlux/ Cello/Goodmans rubbish but having said that have they now produced a really good budget offering?.
     
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    HDR ability will be minimal, it's probably not even wide gamut and definitely won't have any extra dynamic range from the backlight, so HDR format support is of little relevance.
     

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