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Review: Hisense 75 Inch 8K U80G ULED TV is outstanding value

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Hisense has put the competition on notice with its 2021 range of ULED televisions.

In this review of the 75 inch 8K U80G ULED TV I saw how Hisense has evolved from ‘the affordable’ TV brand to one that is innovating and challenging the traditional leaders.

This review took place at Hisense’s Sydney headquarters over several days. I think it’s great value for money.

Quality without the cost.

What do you reckon? Let me know in the comments.

KEY SPECS

$6 999 RRP

8K Ultra HD Certified

Quantum Dot Colour

Full Array Local Dimming Pro Dolby Vision ™ HDR

VIDAA U5 Smart TV OS

Hi-View Engine Pro Depth Enhancer

TUV Care+ Eye Friendly Dolby Atmos® Audio eARC

Sports Mode

Game Mode Pro (VRR, HDMI 2.1, ALLM)

200 Smooth Motion Rate Bluetooth connectivity Hands-free Vo ce Control

Voice Remote

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SAMSUNG S95C 77 REVIEW: Must See TV

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Samsung’s second generation QD OLED TV is brilliant. It improves on the impressive S95B with increased brightness and more realistic colours.

In this review I show how it performs when displaying challenging films and TV programs.
Sport and Gaming are two huge reasons why the S95C should be at the top of your list when shopping for your next TV.

In the video you’ll see the 77 inch model with Q-Series Soundbar.

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At the time of publication the S95C was reduced massively in price. This must be taken into account as the competition is extremely fierce between the TV makers.

Let me know what you think of the S95C 77 in the comments below.

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REVIEW: OPPO Find N2 Flip – Watch before you decide! – MWC23 Report

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The strongest challenger yet to Samsung’s foldable dominance is finally going global. The OPPO Find N2 Flip is available for preorder in Australia now for A$1499, on sale March 16 2023.

In this video, I’ll show you why the massive cover screen is a huge selling point for the N2 Flip. But it’s not a simple decision to buy the OPPO Flip over the Samsung Flip 4.

There are key differences that you’ll need to consider before making a final call on your choice of Flip.

Thanks to BELKIN for supporting our trip to Mobile World Congress.

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SOUNDBOKS GO REVIEW: It’s loud but is it good?

If you’re looking for a portable bluetooth speaker to kick-off the holidays with a bang, look no further than the Soundboks Go. It’s incredibly loud, tough, smart and portable. Join me as we pump up the volume to hear if this is the BT speaker to rule all pool parties.

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If you’re looking for a portable bluetooth speaker to kick-off the holidays with a bang, look no further than the Soundboks Go. It’s incredibly loud, tough, smart and portable. Join me as we pump up the volume to hear if this is the BT speaker to rule all pool parties.

Weighing in at 9.2 kilos (20 pounds) this speaker is pretty easy to move around. It’s a fantastic design. I really love the front grille which protects a 10 inch woofer and 1 inch silk dome tweeter. There’s a handle strap and the top – ID number on one side and thankfully – a 3.5mm stereo input on the other side. 

On the back there’s a recess for the battery. Even though I’ve never come close to running out of power (rated for 80 hours of playtime) having a replaceable battery is always gets a big thumbs up for me.

To power on – just push and hold the volume dial which is suitably nice and chunky. And yes the volume goes to 11. The other buttons activate the multi speaker line. 

The challenge for these types of speakers is producing music with detail. Despite loudness being the main selling point (121 dB) there’s some nice detail in there. 

It can do all this thanks to two 72-watt continuous class D amplifiers – the effective frequency range is 40Hz – 20kHz. Of course if you want more sound .. you can Wirelessly link up to 5 SOUNDBOKS (Gen. 3) and Go speakers.  The Spingboks Go is all about power audio – no flashing RGBs. It’s IP65 rated .. so the beach or pool is fine as long as it doesn’t take a dip.

The Soundboks app allows you to use custom sounds profiles, team up with other speakers and tune into live performances. 

AWESOME SOUNDBAR

Just for laughs I connected it to a 75 inch 8K Samsung TV and I was blown away by the result. Audio was in sync and the dynamic range of the speaker was more than enough to capture the highs, mids and lows of a television show or movie. If you get one, try it out.

In Australia the Soundboks Go will set you back $1099 AUD.

FEATURES

Merus Audio eximo® amp switching

2 × 72 Watt continuous – Class D amplifiers

1 × 10” woofer

1 × 1” silk dome tweeter

Effective frequency range: 40Hz – 20kHz

Custom sound profiles for different use cases

SOUNDBOKS Bass enhancer to boost bass and loudness (121 dB)

Bluetooth 5.0

TeamUP connection (SKAA)

Wirelessly link up to 5 SOUNDBOKS (Gen. 3) and Go speakers

1 × 3.5mm Stereo Input

459 × 316 × 266 mm

9.2 kg (20 lbs)

ABS + Polycarbonate cabinet and grill

Silicone Rubber extruded protecting bumper

TPE handle

Built-in reinforced top hat

Built-in front grill

Polyester strap

IP65 rated electronics coating

Loop strap

Volume control

Host/Join mode for TeamUp

Power On/Off

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