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​Digihome 55inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV, Smart, WiFi, Freeview HD, 4x HDMI £349.98 delivered with code @ coopelectricalshop

£349.98 @ Co-op Electrical
I don't know anything about this tv but using code TV35 you get a lot of 4k tv for the money. Delivery is £4.99. With the Digihome 55304UHDSM 4K Ultra High Definition LED TV you can enjoy sharp det…
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I don't know anything about this tv but using code TV35 you get a lot of 4k tv for the money. Delivery is £4.99.

With the Digihome 55304UHDSM 4K Ultra High Definition LED TV you can enjoy sharp detailed pictures in a big 55 inch screen for a reasonable price. To make the most of this great TV technology on the Digihome 55304UHDSM, input a 4K UHD source as Netflix and you'll be amazed at the high quality images with sharp details.

This 4K Ultra High Definition LED TV also has Smart features and comes with integrated WiFi so you can access BBC iPlayer, Netflix, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. There is also a browser included so you can surf the internet on your TV.

Supporting all of this are 4 HDMI ports and 3 USB ports so you can also connect a number of other devices to the TV too.
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#1
Wow cracking! I have the 43" in my conservatory. Good value for money.
1 Like #2
good find op, heat added
#3
I have 48" one and it has odd qwerks such as blank tv and remote not responding fixed with a off on at mains
2 Likes #4
ra11
I have 48" one and it has odd qwerks such as blank tv and remote not responding fixed with a off on at mains


​Imagine that in the middle of a footy game. That wouldn't digest very well. Like when itv showed an advert in the middle of a champions league game and missed the goal a few years back... Lol (wasn't funny at the time)
1 Like #5
Quick thing about Co Op electricals. The site is good, the prices are good (at least what I have ordered) and the service on the phone is good too when making a return.

However, the delivery is absolutely terrible! You get an email telling you a time of delivery, they contact you with a text and specify a 1 hour slot. Every single delivery 3 in 2 weeks has come early, I missed one as it came 2 hours early, the next one I was just about home and they were suppose to take away the old washing machine and I had to disconnect it while they waited.

Be warned, its £4.99 for a time slot delivery that they never come at!
1 Like #7
That was a higher priced post and comments on earlier higher priced threads saying it's cheaper don't count so pipe smoke that snitch X)
#8
Any Argos one nearer to this in size and function guys?
1 Like #9
pennyfarthing88
That was a higher priced post and comments on earlier higher priced threads saying it's cheaper don't count so pipe smoke that snitch X)

This thread is for exactly the same item as the previous thread. The price in this thread is only cheaper because of the code. The same code that is mentioned in one of the posts (#7?) of the previous thread. Ergo this deal has already been posted.

But thanks for playing.
1 Like #10
3guesses
pennyfarthing88
That was a higher priced post and comments on earlier higher priced threads saying it's cheaper don't count so pipe smoke that snitch X)

This thread is for exactly the same item as the previous thread. The price in this thread is only cheaper because of the code. The same code that is mentioned in one of the posts (#7?) of the previous thread. Ergo this deal has already been posted.

But thanks for playing.


Have I gone mad... The thread you quote had a listed price of £399 without code, this thread has a listed price of £379 plus code on top.....??! :)

Looks like an amazing price, TV is too big for us though, wish they had a 43 or 48 for £100 less!

Anyone got this from this or the last thread and can comment on its performance with an external UHD source? :)
#11
RE: cashback and code... TCB lists the TV35 code alongside the 2-3% cashback link so they are valid together - I would screenshot as evidence though.

Coop have a very good rating for paying cashback so it's safe to say it should come through at either £7 or £10.50 - hard to see on mobile app whether the 2% or 3% rate applies.
#12
Does anyone know what the refresh rate on this model is?
3 Likes #13
mkara
ra11
I have 48" one and it has odd qwerks such as blank tv and remote not responding fixed with a off on at mains
​Imagine that in the middle of a footy game. That wouldn't digest very well. Like when itv showed an advert in the middle of a champions league game and missed the goal a few years back... Lol (wasn't funny at the time)
Steven gerrard 2010 world cup first game of the groups :p
#14
anybody know if the hdmi ports are all 4k?
#15
Goodness I am still so tempted but there is just no info out there anywhere - no user guide, no image of the ports, no reliable reviews etc. etc. - almost immediately on searching info about other models comes up - this could be a bargain or it could be a white elephant!
#16
Does anyone know what the "smart" part of this TV is, is it proprietary, is it Android etc?
1 Like #17
Like others, very tempted but put off by lack of info. I note however it looks EXACTLY like this Bush, with identical ports and dimensions. I know loads of cheap panels are shared, but this adds another 6 reviews if it's the same! http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4483908.htm#pdpFullDesc
#18
Tempted but Ye. What's the refresh rate like. What's it like for gaming. And smart??? Android? Can we get Kodi?? Is there a lan port?
#19
Nujol
3guesses
pennyfarthing88
That was a higher priced post and comments on earlier higher priced threads saying it's cheaper don't count so pipe smoke that snitch X)
This thread is for exactly the same item as the previous thread. The price in this thread is only cheaper because of the code. The same code that is mentioned in one of the posts (#7?) of the previous thread. Ergo this deal has already been posted.
But thanks for playing.
Have I gone mad... The thread you quote had a listed price of £399 without code, this thread has a listed price of £379 plus code on top.....??! :)

Indeed, your analysis of the title of the previous thread is correct. However, had you read the first half a dozen or so posts, you would have seen the following posted 3 days, 2 hours ago:

DougYam
£379.99 now :D

Immediately followed by:

percip
With the code TV35 you get it for £344 for 4.99 delivery

So, I repeat, this deal HAS ALREADY BEEN POSTED.
1 Like #20
tuxinferior1
Like others, very tempted but put off by lack of info. I note however it looks EXACTLY like this Bush, with identical ports and dimensions. I know loads of cheap panels are shared, but this adds another 6 reviews if it's the same! http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4483908.htm#pdpFullDesc

Well spotted fellow HUKD'er!

Yes in the pics it looks very similar (looking at the feet on the stand) and the model number is partially the same - both include "55304UHD" but then differ slightly.

So they must at least be similar sets... specs look the same... Argos site says "Motion Rate 50"...

And Argos has a link to a user manual... In which it states that the HDMI ports can be set to "Enhanced" mode if viewing a 4K source that requires HDMI 2.0... Also states the max input it can accept as 4096x2160p @ 60Hz (not suggesting the panel is that size but 60Hz explicitly mentioned as at least a possible input)... States it can play [email protected] with HEVC encoding... Mentions iPlayer and remote has a Netflix button but implies other apps/services are not included (i.e. semi-smart)... Actually states panel as 3840x2160 in the "1 year guarantee" section...

But can said manual be trusted as being for this model too...It is also littered with comments along the lines of "This feature may not be supported on all models"... which then casts doubt over everything!

But GREAT find :):)
1 Like #21
3guesses
Nujol
3guesses
pennyfarthing88
That was a higher priced post and comments on earlier higher priced threads saying it's cheaper don't count so pipe smoke that snitch X)
This thread is for exactly the same item as the previous thread. The price in this thread is only cheaper because of the code. The same code that is mentioned in one of the posts (#7?) of the previous thread. Ergo this deal has already been posted.
But thanks for playing.
Have I gone mad... The thread you quote had a listed price of £399 without code, this thread has a listed price of £379 plus code on top.....??! :)
Indeed, your analysis of the title of the previous thread is correct. However, had you read the first half a dozen or so posts, you would have seen the following posted 3 days, 2 hours ago:

DougYam
£379.99 now :D
Immediately followed by:

percip
With the code TV35 you get it for £344 for 4.99 delivery
So, I repeat, this deal HAS ALREADY BEEN POSTED.

No need to shout my friend, I've been on HUKD for years and (ignoring your capitalization), "Already been posted" on this site means that the deal was posted with the same headline price.

So for example if I create a post saying I've found something for £1, and then someone comments that they've found it for 99p, it is deemed perfectly acceptable for them, me, anyone to create a new post with the headline that the item has been found for 99p. Because that is deemed to be a "new deal". The origin of that price is irrelevant - the fact is that it is a new, lower headline price.

Why, you may ask? Well as far as I can tell, it's because the headline post cannot be edited, and of course what we want is for people to get the best price. So whilst it may have been mentioned on that other post, it wasn't in the headline and so keen HUKD'ers would miss the reduced price unless it were posted as a new deal... which it is... because it's cheaper! :)

Now sometimes people take offence - e.g. because they are the original poster of the more expensive price, or because they made the comment but someone else posts the new deal - but usually people are just fair about it and just get along. Other times it's even more positive because someone points out that the item in question has always been available at an even cheaper price - and everyone is happy :).

But in this case it would be true to say that the deal has NOT been posted before, because there is no preexisting deal quoting a headline price of £349.98. :) Unless there is and you have just accidentally not shared that link.

I hope that explains it, again. Just trying to help out - no vested interest - well except for being keen on the product :).
#22
This tv is crap, read the specs.....
#23
3guesses
pennyfarthing88
That was a higher priced post and comments on earlier higher priced threads saying it's cheaper don't count so pipe smoke that snitch X)

This thread is for exactly the same item as the previous thread. The price in this thread is only cheaper because of the code. The same code that is mentioned in one of the posts (#7?) of the previous thread. Ergo this deal has already been posted.

But thanks for playing.


​ergo is a word not used enough imho
#24
ChrisUK
This tv is crap, read the specs.....


Could you explain more......? Because the reviews that we've found are excellent and it seems to tick the boxes... I personally am a bit of a novice on 4K TV's so an explanation would be really helpful. Thanks in advance :).
#25
Nujol
3guesses
Nujol
3guesses
pennyfarthing88
That was a higher priced post and comments on earlier higher priced threads saying it's cheaper don't count so pipe smoke that snitch X)
This thread is for exactly the same item as the previous thread. The price in this thread is only cheaper because of the code. The same code that is mentioned in one of the posts (#7?) of the previous thread. Ergo this deal has already been posted.
But thanks for playing.
Have I gone mad... The thread you quote had a listed price of £399 without code, this thread has a listed price of £379 plus code on top.....??! :)
Indeed, your analysis of the title of the previous thread is correct. However, had you read the first half a dozen or so posts, you would have seen the following posted 3 days, 2 hours ago:
DougYam
£379.99 now :D
Immediately followed by:
percip
With the code TV35 you get it for £344 for 4.99 delivery
So, I repeat, this deal HAS ALREADY BEEN POSTED.
No need to shout my friend, I've been on HUKD for years and (ignoring your capitalization), "Already been posted" on this site means that the deal was posted with the same headline price.

So for example if I create a post saying I've found something for £1, and then someone comments that they've found it for 99p, it is deemed perfectly acceptable for them, me, anyone to create a new post with the headline that the item has been found for 99p. Because that is deemed to be a "new deal". The origin of that price is irrelevant - the fact is that it is a new, lower headline price.

But that's the point. It hasn't been found somewhere else at a lower price. It is exactly the same product from exactly the same retailer.

Nujol
Why, you may ask? Well as far as I can tell, it's because the headline post cannot be edited, and of course what we want is for people to get the best price. So whilst it may have been mentioned on that other post, it wasn't in the headline and so keen HUKD'ers would miss the reduced price unless it were posted as a new deal... which it is... because it's cheaper! :)

Are you sure about that? I've seen plenty of thread titles edited. And posters usually do so to reflect price drops or discount coupons. Clearly the OP of the previous thread hasn't bothered to update the title with the information in the subsequent posts.

The fact remains that this deal has already been posted, even if the previous deal does not have the same information in its title.
#26
Nujol
ChrisUK
This tv is crap, read the specs.....
Could you explain more......? Because the reviews that we've found are excellent and it seems to tick the boxes... I personally am a bit of a novice on 4K TV's so an explanation would be really helpful. Thanks in advance :).

If you can't be bothered researching it, go take a look at a 4K movie on this tv instore & then the same vid on a mid to high range 4ktv.

If putting into the bedroom via a none 4K source used an hour a week, fill your boots.....
#27
ChrisUK
Nujol
ChrisUK
This tv is crap, read the specs.....
Could you explain more......? Because the reviews that we've found are excellent and it seems to tick the boxes... I personally am a bit of a novice on 4K TV's so an explanation would be really helpful. Thanks in advance :).

If you can't be bothered researching it, go take a look at a 4K movie on this tv instore & then the same vid on a mid to high range 4ktv.

If putting into the bedroom via a none 4K source used an hour a week, fill your boots.....


I'm not sure what you mean by "can't be bothered researching it" - an unnecessarily unhelpful comment - please look through the thread to see the research I have done...

I was expecting a technical analysis from you (you stated it was clearly a poor product from the specs) and yet your further detail is just to say to view I store side-by-side with a more expensive model...????

I am confused by your comments sorry.

Can you help us out with some specifics as to why it's not a good TV, taking into account all the research info posted in this thread including by me?
#28
3guesses
Nujol
3guesses
Nujol
3guesses
pennyfarthing88
That was a higher priced post and comments on earlier higher priced threads saying it's cheaper don't count so pipe smoke that snitch X)
This thread is for exactly the same item as the previous thread. The price in this thread is only cheaper because of the code. The same code that is mentioned in one of the posts (#7?) of the previous thread. Ergo this deal has already been posted.
But thanks for playing.
Have I gone mad... The thread you quote had a listed price of £399 without code, this thread has a listed price of £379 plus code on top.....??! :)
Indeed, your analysis of the title of the previous thread is correct. However, had you read the first half a dozen or so posts, you would have seen the following posted 3 days, 2 hours ago:
DougYam
£379.99 now :D
Immediately followed by:
percip
With the code TV35 you get it for £344 for 4.99 delivery
So, I repeat, this deal HAS ALREADY BEEN POSTED.
No need to shout my friend, I've been on HUKD for years and (ignoring your capitalization), "Already been posted" on this site means that the deal was posted with the same headline price.

So for example if I create a post saying I've found something for £1, and then someone comments that they've found it for 99p, it is deemed perfectly acceptable for them, me, anyone to create a new post with the headline that the item has been found for 99p. Because that is deemed to be a "new deal". The origin of that price is irrelevant - the fact is that it is a new, lower headline price.

But that's the point. It hasn't been found somewhere else at a lower price. It is exactly the same product from exactly the same retailer.

Nujol
Why, you may ask? Well as far as I can tell, it's because the headline post cannot be edited, and of course what we want is for people to get the best price. So whilst it may have been mentioned on that other post, it wasn't in the headline and so keen HUKD'ers would miss the reduced price unless it were posted as a new deal... which it is... because it's cheaper! :)

Are you sure about that? I've seen plenty of thread titles edited. And posters usually do so to reflect price drops or discount coupons. Clearly the OP of the previous thread hasn't bothered to update the title with the information in the subsequent posts.

The fact remains that this deal has already been posted, even if the previous deal does not have the same information in its title.


My last word on this:

No, the deal has not already been posted, please perform a search and you will see there is no existing deal with this headline price. Really nothing else to say, no shame in admitting being wrong. Best wishes for the future keep on HUKDing :).
#29
Nujol
3guesses
Nujol
3guesses
Nujol
3guesses
pennyfarthing88
That was a higher priced post and comments on earlier higher priced threads saying it's cheaper don't count so pipe smoke that snitch X)
This thread is for exactly the same item as the previous thread. The price in this thread is only cheaper because of the code. The same code that is mentioned in one of the posts (#7?) of the previous thread. Ergo this deal has already been posted.
But thanks for playing.
Have I gone mad... The thread you quote had a listed price of £399 without code, this thread has a listed price of £379 plus code on top.....??! :)
Indeed, your analysis of the title of the previous thread is correct. However, had you read the first half a dozen or so posts, you would have seen the following posted 3 days, 2 hours ago:
DougYam
£379.99 now :D
Immediately followed by:
percip
With the code TV35 you get it for £344 for 4.99 delivery
So, I repeat, this deal HAS ALREADY BEEN POSTED.
No need to shout my friend, I've been on HUKD for years and (ignoring your capitalization), "Already been posted" on this site means that the deal was posted with the same headline price.
So for example if I create a post saying I've found something for £1, and then someone comments that they've found it for 99p, it is deemed perfectly acceptable for them, me, anyone to create a new post with the headline that the item has been found for 99p. Because that is deemed to be a "new deal". The origin of that price is irrelevant - the fact is that it is a new, lower headline price.
But that's the point. It hasn't been found somewhere else at a lower price. It is exactly the same product from exactly the same retailer.
Nujol
Why, you may ask? Well as far as I can tell, it's because the headline post cannot be edited, and of course what we want is for people to get the best price. So whilst it may have been mentioned on that other post, it wasn't in the headline and so keen HUKD'ers would miss the reduced price unless it were posted as a new deal... which it is... because it's cheaper! :)
Are you sure about that? I've seen plenty of thread titles edited. And posters usually do so to reflect price drops or discount coupons. Clearly the OP of the previous thread hasn't bothered to update the title with the information in the subsequent posts.
The fact remains that this deal has already been posted, even if the previous deal does not have the same information in its title.
My last word on this:
No, the deal has not already been posted, please perform a search and you will see there is no existing deal with this headline price. Really nothing else to say, no shame in admitting being wrong. Best wishes for the future keep on HUKDing :).

If you continue to insist that black is white then there is indeed no point continuing this discussion.
#30
ChrisUK any more info please? I found a similar model in store but was not playing UHD content. Looked the same as adjacent (but model not clear) Sony model - but as I say was just a demo being played on all the models. Do you have anything you can add to your comment that the model is clearly not good based on the tech specs. Thank you.
#31
3guesses
Nujol
3guesses
Nujol
3guesses
Nujol
3guesses
pennyfarthing88
That was a higher priced post and comments on earlier higher priced threads saying it's cheaper don't count so pipe smoke that snitch X)
This thread is for exactly the same item as the previous thread. The price in this thread is only cheaper because of the code. The same code that is mentioned in one of the posts (#7?) of the previous thread. Ergo this deal has already been posted.
But thanks for playing.
Have I gone mad... The thread you quote had a listed price of £399 without code, this thread has a listed price of £379 plus code on top.....??! :)
Indeed, your analysis of the title of the previous thread is correct. However, had you read the first half a dozen or so posts, you would have seen the following posted 3 days, 2 hours ago:
DougYam
£379.99 now :D
Immediately followed by:
percip
With the code TV35 you get it for £344 for 4.99 delivery
So, I repeat, this deal HAS ALREADY BEEN POSTED.
No need to shout my friend, I've been on HUKD for years and (ignoring your capitalization), "Already been posted" on this site means that the deal was posted with the same headline price.
So for example if I create a post saying I've found something for £1, and then someone comments that they've found it for 99p, it is deemed perfectly acceptable for them, me, anyone to create a new post with the headline that the item has been found for 99p. Because that is deemed to be a "new deal". The origin of that price is irrelevant - the fact is that it is a new, lower headline price.
But that's the point. It hasn't been found somewhere else at a lower price. It is exactly the same product from exactly the same retailer.
Nujol
Why, you may ask? Well as far as I can tell, it's because the headline post cannot be edited, and of course what we want is for people to get the best price. So whilst it may have been mentioned on that other post, it wasn't in the headline and so keen HUKD'ers would miss the reduced price unless it were posted as a new deal... which it is... because it's cheaper! :)
Are you sure about that? I've seen plenty of thread titles edited. And posters usually do so to reflect price drops or discount coupons. Clearly the OP of the previous thread hasn't bothered to update the title with the information in the subsequent posts.
The fact remains that this deal has already been posted, even if the previous deal does not have the same information in its title.
My last word on this:
No, the deal has not already been posted, please perform a search and you will see there is no existing deal with this headline price. Really nothing else to say, no shame in admitting being wrong. Best wishes for the future keep on HUKDing :).

If you continue to insist that black is white then there is indeed no point continuing this discussion.


Phew glad that's over with.

Silly question but did you actually buy and if so anything to report? Still tempted by it despite the dearth of information.
#32
I've bought this, being delivered on Saturday. I'll update you all on what I think of the real thing
#33
Is anyone else having a problem setting this up ? I cant even get the display screen up
#34
lisadee38
Is anyone else having a problem setting this up ? I cant even get the display screen up
Have you connected a source for it?
I connected my SKY box to HDMI1, then press the ON button on the remote and after that select HDMI1 as a source by via remote.
#35
just got mine :)
#36
Ok so I see a few folks have got their TVs. Can someone post some pictures please because I'm sure its aint as shiny and silvery as the webpage image. More importantly.. what's the latest on the usability, web browsing, and some watching 4k vids over usb??
#37
please and thank you was kinda missed... not to be impolite.
1 Like #38
Ok on first impressions, and i am no techy so forgive me. We've tried the smart side, normal tv aerial and through an xbox 360. The normal tv aerial is pretty grainy, ok but I much prefer the picture on my LG 42LB5500. Same with iplayer. xbox gaming is great (minecraft)! 4k videos on YouTube are fantastic! My daughter likes to watch bloggers on YouTube, these are also amazing. The questionable thing for me is the picture through the standard tv aerial. Not sure I can do anything about it, so not sure if it's worth keeping...
#39
Just bought one of these for the bedroom, I'm usually critical with (re-badged) Vestel's but this deal is too hard to pass up.
#40
emily_2008
Ok on first impressions, and i am no techy so forgive me. We've tried the smart side, normal tv aerial and through an xbox 360. The normal tv aerial is pretty grainy, ok but I much prefer the picture on my LG 42LB5500. Same with iplayer. xbox gaming is great (minecraft)! 4k videos on YouTube are fantastic! My daughter likes to watch bloggers on YouTube, these are also amazing. The questionable thing for me is the picture through the standard tv aerial. Not sure I can do anything about it, so not sure if it's worth keeping...
The up scaling of SD channels isn't good. :(
I just swapped my 720p TV for this ... the 4K picture is brilliant for the price. The 180p channels are reasonably good.
If you're just watching SD channels, probably best to try different 4K tvs.

I'm just waiting for the 4K XBOX/PS4 to come out.

Edited By: iDealYou on Aug 28, 2016 22:45

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