49 inch 4K UHD Wi-Fi, Smart LED Hitachi TV Free View HD- Manufacturer Refurbished with 12 months Argos Guarantee Further reduced to £299.99 @ Argos eBay outlet - HotUKDeals
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49 inch 4K UHD Wi-Fi, Smart LED Hitachi TV Free View HD- Manufacturer Refurbished with 12 months Argos Guarantee Further reduced to £299.99 @ Argos eBay outlet

£299.99 @ eBay
This was posted for 309.99 but it is further reduced to £299.99! Big 4K ELED TV(wifi and free view HD- Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels with 12 months Argos Guarantee. Four times the detail of Full HD, H… Read More
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This was posted for 309.99 but it is further reduced to £299.99! Big 4K ELED TV(wifi and free view HD- Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels with 12 months Argos Guarantee. Four times the detail of Full HD, Hitachi's latest 4K Smart LED TVs feature built-in Freeview HD to give you a fantastic choice of channels and a selection of Smart apps including Netflix and YouTube.

Hitachi 49 inch 4K UHD Wi-Fi FVHD Smart LED TV

Refurbished With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee

Television picture quality:

Eled TV Screen.
4K Ultra HD display resolution.
Screen size: 49 inches.
Motion rate 50Hz.
Response time 6 milliseconds.
Viewing angle 178/178 degrees.
Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.

Connectivity:

1 SCART socket, 3 USB ports and 4 HDMI sockets.
Smart TV.
HDMI 2.0.
PC input socket.
Component video socket.
Composite socket.
Optical connection.
Headphone socket.
Wi-Fi enabled.
Ethernet connection.
DLNA compatibility.
Miracast.
Open browser.
Suitable for wall mounting 400 x 400 bracket.

Sound quality:

DTS sound system.
10 x 2 watt RMS power output.

Digital features:

Features USB video playback.
Freeview HD digital tuner.
Smartphone remote capability.
Saorview digital tuner (Saorview can only be received in the Republic of Ireland).
7 day electronic programme guide (EPG).
CI plus slot.

Additional features:

Sleep timer.
Child lock.
Size of TV H63.5, W109.5, D7cm.
Weight of TV 13.9kg (unpackaged).
Size of TV with stand: H70.5, W109.5, D28cm.
Weight of TV with stand: 14.5kg.
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6 Likes
50hz should be illegal on a TV this size
6 Likes
xchaotic
Motion sickness rate 50Hz.

You must have had a hard time watching TV in the past.

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1 Like #1
My last CRT TV was a Hitachi 32" widescreen it took up some amount of space!
3 Likes #2
Motion rate of 50Hz sounds worryingly low.
6 Likes #3
50hz should be illegal on a TV this size
1 Like #4
No good for ultra HD sky q, as you need HD 2.2
#5
I'm sure this was posted a few days ago
#6
it will support 60hz, do you not remember playing a US game on your playstation all those years ago? it came out black and white unless your tv supported 60hz or you had a scart with the 60hz switch. Ancient tvs supported 60hz so this one will. Its a good price for what it is. I saw this last night , its resting in my basket ha
#7
Motion sickness rate 50Hz.
2 Likes #8
I have this tv and the picture is great!
6 Likes #9
xchaotic
Motion sickness rate 50Hz.

You must have had a hard time watching TV in the past.
#10
Heat added, it's a cheap biggish 4K telly.

Not hard for Argos to claim 'manufacturer refurbished' though, seeing as they are technically the manufacturer. They have these manufactured in Turkey by Vestel and stick the Hitachi name on, which they have licensed for use in the UK.
1 Like #11
sicwhite
xchaotic
Motion sickness rate 50Hz.
You must have had a hard time watching TV in the past.

he used to watched it through a 60Hz mirror on the opposite wall
#12
skykid3
My last CRT TV was a Hitachi 32" widescreen it took up some amount of space!


everything takes up SOME amount of space :p even you
#13
Yeah that's motion rate the fake marketing number manufacturers bandy around to try and explain frame interpolation. I would be very surprised if it is limited to 50hz refresh rate. In fact it looks very much like a techwood set I bought that was doing the rounds recently if so they are pretty awesome for the price...
#14
ukbill69
No good for ultra HD sky q, as you need HD 2.2

What they said. BT Vision boxes won't work with a set without HDCP 2.2 and I imagine the list will grow.
1 Like #15
bigbak
ukbill69
No good for ultra HD sky q, as you need HD 2.2
What they said. BT Vision boxes won't work with a set without HDCP 2.2 and I imagine the list will grow.
According to this review from PC Advisor, "There are four HDMI inputs, all of which are HDCP 2.2 enabled". Therefore, the set should work with Sky and BT Vision.
#16
None left...
#17
Craig51286
it will support 60hz, do you not remember playing a US game on your playstation all those years ago? it came out black and white unless your tv supported 60hz or you had a scart with the 60hz switch. Ancient tvs supported 60hz so this one will. Its a good price for what it is. I saw this last night , its resting in my basket ha
They're different tech though.
#18
Robbieee
None left...
still showing low stock for me
#19
what3v3r
Robbieee
None left...
still showing low stock for me

said low stock and qty:0 lol
#20
888eyeball
skykid3
My last CRT TV was a Hitachi 32" widescreen it took up some amount of space!
everything takes up SOME amount of space :p even you

it weighed almost 60Kgs! Just think how much a 49" CRT TV would weigh
2 Likes #21
This TV supports 50/60hz signals. Anything you read about 100/200/500/1000hz is marketing nonsense and is simply a feature known as motion interpolation and is something most people disable, think channel 5 soap sped up effect.

https://youtu.be/B_dE6HPIAJM

http://uk.rtings.com/tv/tests/motion/motion-interpolation-soap-opera-effect

Edited By: Boxrick on Aug 12, 2016 12:50
3 Likes #22
Darkscience
50hz should be illegal on a TV this size
Trading Standards are investigating. Ref: 0-367542
EU Regs outlawed 50/60hz on 48" and larger a few weeks ago. No wonder they're offloading em cheap.
#23
Just got this and every time I try and play a 4k YouTube video the TV shuts off after 3 seconds. The TV also keeps dimming with all timers and energy saving off.

Great purchase.


Edited By: sweeten16 on Aug 12, 2016 12:59
#24
sweeten16
Just got this and every time I try and play a 4k YouTube video the TV shuts off after 3 seconds. The TV also keeps dimming with all timers and energy saving off.
Great purchase.

take it off your hands for a pony
#25
I'd buy a Hisense before this, no good for sport with 50Hz motion rate processor.
#26
trd
Darkscience
50hz should be illegal on a TV this size
Trading Standards are investigating. Ref: 0-367542
EU Regs outlawed 50/60hz on 48" and larger a few weeks ago. No wonder they're offloading em cheap.
This wont affect is although least of our worries (Brexit?)
#27
we're still in the EU for at least 2 more years while we negotiate the exit (more since we haven't started!).

Sold out, was tempted though. HDMI 2.2 discussion interesting.
#28
skykid3
My last CRT TV was a Hitachi 32" widescreen it took up some amount of space!

I think that's the case with all CRTs ;)
#29
sweeten16
Just got this and every time I try and play a 4k YouTube video the TV shuts off after 3 seconds. The TV also keeps dimming with all timers and energy saving off.
Great purchase.
Have you updated the firmware in the settings?
#30
Interloper
sweeten16
Just got this and every time I try and play a 4k YouTube video the TV shuts off after 3 seconds. The TV also keeps dimming with all timers and energy saving off.
Great purchase.
Have you updated the firmware in the settings?

says none found. 4k Netflix does the same thing and so does connecting my pc. Absolutely goosed.



Edited By: sweeten16 on Aug 12, 2016 17:07: .
#31
sweeten16
Interloper
sweeten16
Just got this and every time I try and play a 4k YouTube video the TV shuts off after 3 seconds. The TV also keeps dimming with all timers and energy saving off.
Great purchase.
Have you updated the firmware in the settings?
says none found. 4k Netflix does the same thing and so does connecting my pc. Absolutely goosed.
Yup, sounds faulty.
#32
Not Android,Game Over !!
#33
OUT OF STOCK NOW!
#34
OOS expired!!
#35
WheresMeNuts
Not Android,Game Over !!

its far better IMO to add an android box rather than being stuck with whatever comes installed on the TV
#36
skykid3
WheresMeNuts
Not Android,Game Over !!
its far better IMO to add an android box rather than being stuck with whatever comes installed on the TV
No it's not !!
Running Kodi on an Android smart TV runs much faster than the Android media boxes.I've got 3 boxes & the TV & the TV is way faster.
#37
WheresMeNuts
skykid3
WheresMeNuts
Not Android,Game Over !!
its far better IMO to add an android box rather than being stuck with whatever comes installed on the TV
No it's not !!
Running Kodi on an Android smart TV runs much faster than the Android media boxes.I've got 3 boxes & the TV & the TV is way faster.

What I mean is you're stuck with the hardware inside the TV, you can't upgrade,with the android box separate you can upgrade no problemo :)
#38
is there a specific wall bracket you can buy for this TV? or do you just buy a random one that accommodates the size

I hope the legs come off
#39
sicwhite
xchaotic
Motion sickness rate 50Hz.
You must have had a hard time watching TV in the past.
I was thinking more about (not) using this for gaming. I mean where is this mythical 4k TV content?
#40
the TV is faulty... I am fuming... flickering at the bottom... they are arranging everything with regards for pick up i'm not going out of my way for it so stressful :|

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