Richer Sounds also sell these if you fancy getting a refund and trying there. What price did you get Marks Electrical down to?Oh, bum... Just had this from Marks Electrical:
Dear [name redacted]
The H75M7900 you ordered is currently out of stock.
We have received an estimated delivery date of 15/08/2016 from the manufacturer. This is the earliest date the manufacturer estimates they will be able deliver the item to our warehouse. This date may be subject to change.
We will email you again once we receive a more accurate estimate from the manufacturer.
Now, bear in mind I ordered this a week ago... Not their fault, but for me, I really don't think they should be taking my money without having a firm idea of when it will be delivered. I think a lot of people, informed of a delay of at least a month at point of sale, would try to get it elsewhere. Now going elsewhere seems like a faff since no one else seems to have it in stock either. Looks like I'll have to wait...
Review will be a while coming then.
Hisense has released the Sharp version on the display in the US.
Hisense Ships Sharp 75″ 4K Ultra HD LED LCD TV | HD Guru
Sadly not - they're fulfilled by Crampton & Moore, who are currently oos. I did a similar check on PriceSpy earlier today.
The 2016 Sony sets do indeed do 3D! Bad decision by Samsung to stop 3D on their 2016 sets, but Sony and Panasonic still very much do 3D.The biggest thing putting me off cancelling this and getting a Samsung or a Sony is lack of 3D. Find it staggering that a set that costs 5k has no 3D compatibility, especially when it's just a software thing. A self-evidently stupid decision because look: Here's me not buying one.
I know most people don't care about it, but I really do enjoy a 3D movie from time to time – not least because 3D really comes into its own on a display this large.
So unless anyone can think of a 75" 4K 3D set with HDR, released this year, that is in any danger of being in stock anywhere, I'll be waiting.