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    Quote Originally Posted by Philquad View Post
    mines a 43 THats probly why
    only difference is size

    i thought it was pretty self explanatory, dont #### up like me and crack the led screen
    Yeah with a HUGE inference that it was a Kogan TV and not your own set and another brand.

    Sorry it happened to you. Should have bought a Kogan.



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    Did ours on the kitchen table, I wasnt getting down on my hands and knees for no bloody TV no matter how how God Like its treated..........
    I stand unequivicably behind everything I say , I just dont ever remember saying it !!

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    Finally it is all up and running.

    Very simple to set up and the only faults were my fat fingers putting in the WiFi p/w and not looking to scan again the networks in range before reattempting to re do it. The other silly user stuff up was finding the TV's antenna in plug hole due to sight and recovering from a broken arm. Once found all the rest was a breeze.

    Very easy and heartily suggest one gets in quick and buys one at the pre sale price which ends at Midnight.

    Picture quality surprised me and was not let down with it through DTV or going through my Topfield 2600 PVR

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    was great but still getting used to how one pauses and rewinds it without losing the Bookmark. Or it was at Midnight after the football. Fantastic seeing my Vietnam and local videos full screen and in such quality. Not far down the track might try doing a 4K video.

    Freeview was good but it will take a bit of practise to easily navigate it. Loved using my laptop on the old TV and being easily able to navigate SBS and ABC. Yes it will just be a hopefully a short term to get it all to be done second nature.

    Screencast yet to be tried and will have a go today. Any recommended apps?

    NETFLIX It comes with a free one month subscription to it but haven't bothered to activate it. There is too much to choose from using Freeview and with the many hours I have recorded on my Topfield PVR who needs more?

    Any feedback gratefully accepted.

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    My old Kogan 46" was sold and went last night so I had better like this Smart TV Well at this early stage I do and would recommend it. Picture quality, price and features make it well worth buying. I would imagine other size Kogan Series 8 MU8010 sets would be as good.

    LOVE IT!

    Last edited by sail; 07-09-18 at 01:35 PM. Reason: Add NETFLIX

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    Two weeks down the track and no problems with it after learning to navigate and it not being compatible to my Google Home mini.

    Visited a friend for the first time this year as he had been laid up with throat cancer but is finally on the mend. We were out of verbal contact and his wife researched and bought a beaut new TV and sound bar. I saw LG on the sound bar and asked what the 65" TV was but little did he know.

    It turned out to be an LG but what model no idea. It must be a top one as she only gets the best and researches everything. (His words) Plus after two techs and over three hours installing it wall mounted there was no change out of $9,000 The old Plasma it replaced had cost much more many years earlier.

    Point to all this is the picture quality through his Topfield PVR HDMI2) was as good as my Toppy through my Kogan (LG Panel) Smart TV.(HDMI1) Although when on DVT his picture quality was slightly better in my opinion but not outstandingly so.

    Recommend this set but be aware you cannot use Google Home on it. BUGGER!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sail View Post

    Point to all this is the picture quality through his Topfield PVR HDMI2) was as good as my Toppy through my Kogan (LG Panel) Smart TV.(HDMI1) Although when on DVT his picture quality was slightly better in my opinion but not outstandingly so.
    Solved the difference in PQ. In DTV I had PICTURE set to SPORT and in HDMI 1 I had it set to USER. Which is something I had tweaked a little.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanboy View Post
    If it were Android, id buy one
    Linux is great, just a lot harder to add different streaming apps
    Have a look at model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guiseppe View Post
    Have a look at model.
    Thanks mate
    I got a 32" Samsung Series 7 for $200 (s/hand)
    But that is very appealing for a Workshop TV
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    A correction to an earlier post I made. You CAN use a Google Chromecast with this set.

    On a final note I can say this set is turning out better than expected. Last night I finally turned off NETFLIX and was about to turn off Nine HD but paused for a second too long. The picture quality blew my mind and had to finish watching the current program. It was running through my old Topfield PVR and surplussed the picture I used to receive on my old Kogan HD TV using the same PVR. Unbelievable!

    The back up service I have received from Kogan's after sales re setting up old then a new sound bar and some getting to know items made this purchase a good decision.

    Enough of my raving and happy to answer any questions/doubts you may have.

    PS: The pre sale price is back.

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    Just noticed it is presently sold out but with this in the meantime at $599...

    Kogan 58" Smart HDR 4K LED TV (Series 8 LU8010)


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    Quote Originally Posted by sail View Post
    Just noticed it is presently sold out
    ITS BACK AT $559 AND NOW WITH FREE SHIPPING!



    Grab one and you won't look back.

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