65” Ultra HD Smart TV
Get a great picture from a distance with this Linsar TV’s 65-inch screen. Its smart TV capabilities enable you to access subscription services. Plus, the Linsar LS65UHDSM21 has Ultra HD video. It features a 3840 x 2160 pixel screen resolution, allowing you to view precise text and graphics. Watch fluid movement in videos and games with the Linsar television’s 60 Hz refresh rate.
- 4K Ultra HD Resolution Chromecast Built-in
- High Dynamic Range
- Press the Netflix hotkey to stream Netflix
- Slim bezel
- Quick access to apps on remote
- High Dynamic Range
- Netflix (subscription required) and YouTube one-button access remote
Seeing is believing
See it on the screen as you would in the real world with this TV support for High Dynamic Range content.
Press the Netflix hot key to stream Netflix original series with a subscription, or the You Tube key to watch the latest clips going around.
Active screen size (diagonal)
3840 x 2160
Multimedia playback formats (USB mode)
M4A, OGG, MP3, JPEG, JPG,
Dimensions (W x D x H)
DC 5V 500mA
AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz
1455.8 x 240 x 898.2mm
65inch UHD NF5.1 Smart TV IM
What’s In The Box
65″ Ultra HD Smart TV, Remote control, AAA batteries, TV stands, Screws for TV stands, Warning sheet,
TV toppling Safety message, Quick start guide, Warranty certificate, General safety warnings, User manual
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