British TV brand Mitchell & Brown unveils 65-inch 4K Smart TV with Android TV OS

Mitchell & Brown 65-inch 4K TV
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Bolton based TV brand Mitchell & Brown is adding to its current line-up of 4K UHD Smart TVs with a flagship 65-inch model. The lavishly named JB-65UHD18114KBLA operates using the latest Android TV platform and includes a 7-year warranty as standard. 

Using the Android TV OS provides users with access to a wide variety of video-on-demand services such as Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime and Freeview Play. And for the best possible picture quality, the LED display supports decoding for HDR formats, including HLG and Dolby Vision.

Featuring an ultra-thin bezel for a near borderless design, the JB-65UHD18114KBLA includes two 12W RMS amplifiers to power its main loudspeakers and also contains a built-in active subwoofer. If you’d rather output audio to an external source, there is optical and eARC connectivity.

Mitchell & Brown’s Operations Director, Dan Brown, commented on the new release saying, “The 65-inch KBLA is our new flagship model for 2022, featuring our best-ever picture and sound, and truly big-screen entertainment. 

“Sold only through our knowledgeable independent High Street retail partners, we aim to make buying, using and loving your TV as simple as possible.”

The Mitchell & Brown 65in JB-65UHD18114KBLA will be available through independent electrical retailers across the UK from April 2022, priced at £850. 

Meanwhile, the rest of the company’s competitively priced KBL series of TVs has also been updated with Android TV OS for 2022 and includes the JB-43UHD18114KBLA at £550, JB-50UHD18114KBLA at £700 and the JB-55UHD18114KBLA priced at £750. 


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Mary is a staff writer at What Hi-Fi? and has over a decade of experience working as a sound engineer mixing live events, music and theatre. Her mixing credits include productions at The National Theatre and in the West End, as well as original musicals composed by Mark Knopfler, Tori Amos, Guy Chambers, Howard Goodall and Dan Gillespie Sells.