You may need to retune your TV from time to time to receive new channels or due to engineering work at transmitters.
In most cases retuning is straightforward and should only take a few minutes.
After ten years of ware and tear caused by exposure to the elements, viewers should seriously consider upgrading their existing aerial system to receive and distribute the new digital broadcasts around their home.
Unlike the old days when you used to be able to receive analogue broadcasts in some parts of the country using a piece of ‘wet string’, the new digital system relies on your equipment receiving a clean uninterrupted stream of digital data which it decodes from the transmitted digital signal (A Digital Multiplex).
I've no need for smart features, if this has half decent picture quality and decent response times(maybe a game mode) it could make a good interim gaming monitor/foxtel box for a couple of years. Also be sure to post your opinion :-) From what I read on the WEB the ability to upscale means more like fitting/sizing anything less than 4K res to the UHD screen, and NOT actually making any difference to picture quality from say 1920 x 1080, so it would still look like HD on a UHD screen!?
But at that price I'm guessing it won't be anything remotely comparable with Samsung or Sony led quality. I can't imagine it being too comfortable as a main monitor. I have this ( 55" 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV Bauhn ) and i am happy with my buy. ALSO read that there is basically NO difference in picture quality in viewing a 65" UHD screen from 3.6M (12") away, to viewing a 65" FHD screen!?
A full retune can be done with your remote control.
Here are some guidelines for how to do it, but bear in mind every model of digital TV or box will be a little bit different.
Before updating, please make sure the SW Version is xx_1236,otherwise may damage the device.Which ever way you put it that's a heap of TV for not much, so it's caught my eye. I had a look through the manual and it doesn't seem like the TV has (clear) options for 1:1 pixel mapping or Limited/Full dynamic range.Anyone have any experience with this 65UHD from Bauhn? But past experience has taught me that the 'Panorama' setting on some TCL TVs is in fact 1:1 pixel mapping and the 'Standard' picture preset on some Hisense TVs (including mine) is actually full range RGB.ETC is going through a Digital Conversion for its Cable TV system.This Digital Conversion is the process in which our analog TV signals are converted to digital signals.Alternatively where analogue pictures used to show black and white dot patterns caused by local electrical interference, pictures produced from a digital signal may intermittently ‘Break up’ or create a Mosaic affects (Macro Blocking).