AO.COM HISENSE H43M3000 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £289.00 - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
634Expired

AO.COM HISENSE H43M3000 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £289.00

£289.00 @ ao.com
This 43 inch Hisense TV would be perfect for any living room. It’s Ultra HD Certified with 4K upscaling, which boosts standard HD to near 4K for amazing image quality. It has a USB port which supports… Read More
gravygoat01 Avatar
1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago
This 43 inch Hisense TV would be perfect for any living room. It’s Ultra HD Certified with 4K upscaling, which boosts standard HD to near 4K for amazing image quality. It has a USB port which supports HDR content, so you can enjoy a wide range of colour and contrast for a lifelike picture. It’s a Smart model, so you can watch the latest shows and stream movies on demand. Thanks to Freeview HD, this TV lets you browse 70 channels, including 15 in HD and because it has Freeview Play, you can catch up on the last 7 days of TV. It has 4 HDMI ports and 3 USB ports for connecting your devices. Free 2 year Guarantee
Deal Tags:
More From ao.com :

All Comments

(61) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
#1
I'm interested to know what the sound is like on Hisense TVs. Any owners that can comment?
#2
BraddersJ
I'm interested to know what the sound is like on Hisense TVs. Any owners that can comment?
I would say it's quite good I have owned it for about 10 months now. Hope this helps
2 Likes #3
If you are calling ao.com make sure not to use their 0844 number on a mobile or get stung.

Edited By: encaser on Jul 06, 2017 22:53: Jul 06, 2017 22:53
#4
Warning about AO - they do not allow you to lick the screen and send back for a full refund! :D \x0d\x0a\x0d\x0a(in before the idiots)
10 Likes #5
BraddersJ
I'm interested to know what the sound is like on Hisense TVs. Any owners that can comment?

https://images.hotukdeals.com/comments/content/WYwyy/31387245.jpg
1 Like #6
BraddersJ
I'm interested to know what the sound is like on Hisense TVs. Any owners that can comment?

sound is fine - performance is good to mixed - good for money but with some flaws
#7
had a look at other reviews, all pretty much the same, for price its a bargain, but don't expect the same performance as something that costs 4 times as much.... looking on a few TV forums its pleasantly surprised a lot of owners...
#8
Thanks guys. Just a very in depth review on Brain Crowded, wow that was intense
1 Like #9
#10
nakruseuk

Hisense are riding a wave of popularity, so a lot of people would rather have one over the established budget manufacturer Vestel who make sets like that.

Unfortunately there's nobody doing in-depth reviews and analysis of budget TVs so it's hard to get a sense of which one is actually better.
1 Like #11
RGB or RGBW?
#12
nakruseuk

That would be my pick of the pair.

But many people just won't touch a Vestel panel.
#13
"This 43 inch Hisense TV would be perfect for any living room." If you were actually watching 4k content and moved farther than about 2 foot from the screen you'd start loosing detail. Only way this would be good for a living room is if you don't mind seeing 720p quality from back where you're sitting. Would be a decent monitor but as someone said, might be wrgb. Obviously won't be actual HDR.
1 Like #14
'It’s Ultra HD Certified with 4K upscaling, which boosts standard HD to near 4K for amazing image quality.

So this isn't a 4k TV at all?
2 Likes #15
chocci
'It’s Ultra HD Certified with 4K upscaling, which boosts standard HD to near 4K for amazing image quality.So this isn't a 4k TV at all?


Yes. It's simply saying it can upscale a 1080p image to 2160p.

There's a whole 10 pages of comments for when it was on here over a year ago here.
#16
Had mine over a year now and first tv since my old panny 720p from way back.....and wow the difference is unbelievable IMHO.
Audio is top notch considering most need a decent sound bar, where this is loud clear with bass as well.
The upscaling of SD and HD is really impressive,much better than I thought.
Only downside now since the last update is the epg is slow on the freeview,however I hardly use that but wouldn't be surprised to see a fix for that via another update....had about 5 in a year so they keep on top of things.

Overall well worth the money......is there better?yep sure is but would cost more so boils down to your budget.
Heat added
#17
Debating between this and a Samsung 43ku6000 for £419.

Is the Samsung worth the extra £130?
1 Like #18
encaser
If you are calling ao.com make sure not to use their 0844 number on a mobile or get stung.


or use the Weq4u app (free on both IOS and android). Saved me a lot of money...

Edited By: bellboys on Jul 07, 2017 06:48:
#19
Matt4045
RGB or RGBW?
Rgb
#20
Must say brought this TV a couple of months ago from AO ended up costing me £269 due to price match and AO first purchase discount. Couldn't be more pleased with the picture and sound, maybe not as good as some much more expensive top end sets however just as good as any mid range set I've purchased from Samsung previously. For the money an absolute bargain. :D
#21
BraddersJ
I'm interested to know what the sound is like on Hisense TVs. Any owners that can comment?
Utter rubbish. But then the sound on ALL TVs is utter rubbish. Just look at the amount of space for speakers in one and it's pretty obvious. If you're fussy about sound in the least, you'll have a sound bar at minimum. It's the price we pay for these skinny tellys with tiny bezels, and it's not a steep one.
#22
BraddersJ
I'm interested to know what the sound is like on Hisense TVs. Any owners that can comment?
its quite good
#23
chocci
'It’s Ultra HD Certified with 4K upscaling, which boosts standard HD to near 4K for amazing image quality.

So this isn't a 4k TV at all?

it is 4k tv, that just mean it will upscale 1080p content to look like 4k
#24
So what's the deal with this TV? It seems too good to be true, is it 10 bit HDR?

Looking at the Currys website it states it is HDR10
#25
Excellent sound. Apps are appalling!! I had the 49M3000 but sold it because of the apps etc.
#26
Bought this one few months back same price in tesco direct everything is good consider how much i paid for the only one thing I'd like they improve is the app store but i use Android box so it doesn't really bother me
2 Likes #27
chocci
'It’s Ultra HD Certified with 4K upscaling, which boosts standard HD to near 4K for amazing image quality.So this isn't a 4k TV at all?

You cant upscale something to 4k if you're not capable of outputting 4k.

Well ok, you *technically* could, but there'd be no point, as you'd just have to downscale it again to the native pixel count.

So yea, this is a real 4k TV. It's just trying to say that if you watch 1080p content on it, it will scale it up to 4k output. Which is....well, not really a 'selling point' since pretty much any TV scales content like this.

Whether this actually improves picture quality is debatable, though.
#28
Same price at Currys. Good Price!
#29
Heat just for the detachable power lead - why are they almost always irremovable on TVs?
#30
Would this TV be good for the new Xbox One X - ie gaming?

Thanks
#31
BraddersJ
I'm interested to know what the sound is like on Hisense TVs. Any owners that can comment?
No flatscreen TV has good sound. It's impossible.
That's why anyone who appreciates their ears uses external speakers.
#32
Sound is surprisingly good, interface is unbelievably terrible.... the last firmware update turned it into an unusable swimming through treacle experience...
Plus AO. con are terrible people to deal with... if you must have one, go elsewhere.
#33
darkmetal
So what's the deal with this TV? It seems too good to be true, is it 10 bit HDR?
Looking at the Currys website it states it is HDR10

HDR10 is a content format. The HDR support on this - and every other TV at the same price - is limited to reading HDR10 video and displaying it using a normal TV's hardware so you don't lose out on the (remote) chance that something is only broadcast in HDR.

This TV doesn't have the local dimming or extended colour gamut for HDR's headline features like brighter highlights or more saturated colours. If you want decent implementations of that then you should be looking at three times the price right now.
#34
Excellent, just bought it, 2nd Hisense, this one for the bedroom
#35
alancheggers
Excellent, just bought it, 2nd Hisense, this one for the bedroom

Only thing stopping me from doing the same is that my second sky Q box isn't 4K...
#36
Owned it for a year now and it's great if you want a TV on a budget. As previous comments meant appstore is pretty terrible but most of us have devices these days that make any TV a smart TV. Sound is good as well, we also have a cheap blaupunkt TV which the sound on was so bad we had to buy a sound bar. Was worried we'd have to do the same for this but we didn't!
#37
BraddersJ
I'm interested to know what the sound is like on Hisense TVs. Any owners that can comment?

Bought this a month ago for my son's bedroom. It has much better sound than my Samsung that's downstairs in the living room. It's thicker than the Samsung by a fair amount though, so it has room for decent speakers.
#38
Could you game on this with a PS4?
#39
Good price but total bull plop saying "It’s Ultra HD Certified with 4K upscaling, which boosts standard HD to near 4K for amazing image quality"
That's just pure marketing bull crap. Yes it upscales otherwise you'd be watching a tiny image with a big black border but it cannot boost extra detail to create 'near 4K' unless it features the new Sony 4Kguessimater circuit.

It would be like me saying urinating form the top of a motorway bridge onto passing traffic recreates the struggle of working class man though the ages. It simply does not, it just gets you arrested.

Edited By: spannerzone on Jul 07, 2017 18:27:
#40
just a note abour HDR it does state

HDR via USB delivers lifelike colours to ramp up 4K
so I don't expect anything over HDMI to use HDR

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!