TV recommendations for 4k under $2000 AUD

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  1. haris2887

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    Hi Everyone,
    I am new here (from Australia).
    Was wondering if there is someone who can point me into the right direction for a new TV.

    Requirements:
    Budget= 2000-2300 AUD
    65" size what i am after (anything bigger is too big and smaller is too small)

    Must have a very solid performance 1080P as 99% of my content is 1080P.
    4K is possiable but not a huge requirement
    No HDR


    I am going to be using the TV for streaming things from KODI (Android BOX) any recommendations ?
    I have seen a few people recommend a HI-sense brand Samsung and LG also seem popular.
     
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    Hisense M7000 65 inch I have one and love it brilliant tv for me so far brought In August cost me £1200 which was a steal I'll attach some pics of mine in a minute
     
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    here's some pictures of mine train to busan youtube 4k video and planet earth 2 BBC 1 HD via virgin [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    But also look Into Samsung as well they are a top brand too but you'll pay more hope this helps mate
     
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    Not sure about the model names and numbers are the same in Australia but really can't see anything wrong about the M7000 suggested above. Alternatively theres the Panasonic DX-750/802 models but again I think they may have different model numbers in Australia.
     
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    M7000 is great for me personally it's a stop gap of a tv as you say there are many things hdr wise which are still to be concreted so I will keep the M7000 until oled becomes a fair price which I hope is within 2 years and then I'll upgrade to that meanwhile M7000 serves all my purposes and has hdr although it's only 350 nits I'm happy with what it produces
     
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    Have you got train to busan on disc? Or is it on Amazon or Netflix?
     
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    It's another media streaming Android app
     
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    Kodi?
     

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