Kogan Has A 75-Inch 4K TV For $1999

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They say size matters - and when it comes to TVs, that adage definitely holds true. If 65 inches just isn't cutting it anymore, Kogan has an offer that's well worth checking out.

For a limited time, you can get its gargantuan 75-inch 4K LED TV for just $1999. That's like, 25 bucks an inch! Here are the details.

If you want a truly massive TV for your lounge room but don't have tons of cash to splash around, the Kogan 75” 4K LED TV (Series 8 KU8000) is a pretty tempting offer. You're getting one of the largest Ultra HD TVs on the market for a pittance of the usual price.

Of course, offers that seem too good to be true usually are, so let's take a look at the all-important specs:

Resolution 3840 x 2160
Refresh rate 120Hz
Luminance 280cd/m²
Contrast ratio 5000:1
Response time 6ms
Audio Output Power 2 x 10W
Built-in HD Tuner Yes
PVR Yes (via USB storage)
HDMI ports x4
Pixel/dot pitch 0.2482(H) x 0.2482(V)
Dimensions (with stand) 1683 x 344 x 1028mm
Weight (with stand) 49.8kg

These specifications are slightly better than some of the other Kogan models we've looked at. The screen comes from the same factory that produces Samsung's 4K panels. You can therefore expect the picture quality to be similar to a last-generation Samsung TV.

So that's a 5000:1 contrast ratio, 60Hz refresh rate, 280cd/m² maximum brightness and 6 millisecond response time. Clearly, this TV isn't going to appease hardcore videophiles — but if you're looking for the largest screen possible for the least amount of money, you're unlikely to find a better option than this.

The Kogan 75” 4K LED TV is currently available for pre-order at the aforementioned introductory price. It will ship on 25 August.



    Lifehacker/Kotoku/Gizmodo - are you guys able to give any direction for the best TV's for gaming. With a new console on the horizon, what is the best TV to take advantage of the 4k gaming. Are you guys able to do such an article? Or if this has already been done in the past, please re-issue.
    Many thanks!!!!

      I don't know everything, but 3 things i look for for 4K gaming tvs .

      - Low response time
      - 100Hz minimum for refresh. 4k TVs should be large and therefore the refresh rate can have a large impact on picture quality
      - it must have HDR (High Dynamic Range). A little cut and paste below from some guy

      "If you put two TVs side by side, one with a better contrast ratio and more accurate color, and the other with just a higher resolution (more pixels), the one with greater contrast ratio will be picked by pretty much every viewer. It will look more natural, "pop" more, and just seem more "real," despite having lower resolution. In other words, a 1080p resolution TV with excellent contrast and color beats a 4K resolution TV with average contrast and color every time.
      HDR expands the range of both contrast and color significantly. Bright parts of the image can get much brighter, so the image seems to have more "depth." Colors get expanded to show more bright blues, greens, reds and everything in between."

        HDR > 4K
        so the above TV from Kogan appears to NOT have HDR according to website.
        This is why XBox One S introduced HDR at 1080p which was upscaled to 4K if connected to a 4K TV
        Check the forums at http://www.avsforum.com/ for loads of info on TV, HDR, 4K etc

    120Hz or 60Hz? You've written both in the article, and that's a pretty big difference..

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