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Hisense 4K 42-inch 3D LED SmartTV UltraHD £359.90 delivered @ ibood

£359.90 @ IBOOD
24 hour flash deal - Hisense 4K 42-inch 3D LED SmartTV UltraHD £359.90 delivered Brand: Hisense Type: 42K680 Resolution: 3840 x 2160 (Ultra High Definition 2160p) Integrated WiFi Ultra Dynamic… Read More
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24 hour flash deal - Hisense 4K 42-inch 3D LED SmartTV UltraHD £359.90 delivered

Brand: Hisense
Type: 42K680
Resolution: 3840 x 2160 (Ultra High Definition 2160p)
Integrated WiFi
Ultra Dynamic Contrast: 3,000,000:1
3D (active shutter) and 2D-3D Converter feature
Screen size: 42 inches / 106 cm
Viewing angle: 178º / 178º
Audio Output Power: 2 x 8W
Audio Features: Dolby, NICAM / A2 Stereo Equalizer
LED technology: Edge
Dual-core processor
Menu language in 12 languages
4 x HDMI
3 x USB 2.0
1 x S / PDIF
1 x Audio
1 x Headphone out
2 x RF tuner
1 x Composite in
1 x Component in
1 x SCART
1 x VGA
1 x PC audio in (shared with Component)
1 x Ethernet
Motion Clarity Index (MCI)
Hisense SmartTV Portal
Opera Web Browser
PVR function (USB Recorder)
DLNA supported
SMR 400 Hz
DVB-T/C/S2 cable tuner
Common Interface (CI): CI + v1.3
ASTRA LCN
VESA standard: 200x200
1 Active 3D glasses, Remote control and 2 AAA batteries included
Dimensions with stand: 945 x 598 x 210 mm
Dimensions without stand: 945 x 598 x 50 mm
Weight: 16 kg
Warranty: 2 years

You can cancel this deal within 14 days after delivery.
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[helper] 2 Likes #1
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Edited By: Chanchi32 on Jul 31, 2014 00:00
2 Likes #2
Decent price for the amount of pixels, but I cannot find a single Hisense regional website that gives any technical details on the TV. I'm suspecting this means that it's 30Hz @ 4k, which makes it useless for any member of the PC Master Race, and 4K is just a bit pointless for regular TV use at present.

Could be a good deal, but I wouldn't rush out to buy it as an upgrade.
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dxx
Decent price for the amount of pixels, but I cannot find a single Hisense regional website that gives any technical details on the TV. I'm suspecting this means that it's 30Hz @ 4k, which makes it useless for any member of the PC Master Race, and 4K is just a bit pointless for regular TV use at present.

Could be a good deal, but I wouldn't rush out to buy it as an upgrade.

They're a Chinese brand. Google threw up this result which mentions some of the features. Clicky
#4
Beat me to it! ;)
1 Like #5
dxx
Decent price for the amount of pixels, but I cannot find a single Hisense regional website that gives any technical details on the TV. I'm suspecting this means that it's 30Hz @ 4k, which makes it useless for any member of the PC Master Race, and 4K is just a bit pointless for regular TV use at present.

Could be a good deal, but I wouldn't rush out to buy it as an upgrade.
30hz is pretty much all 4k is useful for right now in gaming, unless you have the cash to splash out on at least 2 high end GPU's or even 3. Gonna be years before hardware catches up for games to run well on single cards, can see 4k doing decently when video content comes though.
#6
Not a bad deal but as mentioned it doesn't have HDMI 2.0 or HEVC decoding (or freeview HD for that matter). But when you consider the price you really can't expect those to be included - might make a very nice pc monitor for somebody or if you like viewing full HD 3D.
#7
Hisence are Chinese company they brought Fridgemaster & Frigidaire brands when HI group went bust. They tie up with with Homa & Midea as well and make appliances for them, they were solely whitegoods but looks like they brought a few more factories in china to make brown goods now.
#8
I was about to post this myself, somehow missed this thread.

I have asked about extra 3D glasses. HiSense are reported to have non glasses 3D tech but it is not a part of this TV. This one interests me as I am thinking of upgrading to a 42 inch Full HD TV and am interested to how this would compare with an LG one at about the same price from John Lewis (with the free 5 year waranty)

I hadn't notice the absence of freeview HD and will follow this thread to see what other issues lurk for the unsuspecting.

Thanks,
Ian
6 Likes #9
Kankan101
Hisence are Chinese company they brought Fridgemaster & Frigidaire brands when HI group went bust. They tie up with with Homa & Midea as well and make appliances for them, they were solely whitegoods but looks like they brought a few more factories in china to make brown goods now.

Where did they bring Fridge master etc from ?
#10
The spec states DVB-S2 which is the high def satellite standard. Does this TV really have a satellite tuner? If so it could be used for Freesat HD which sort of makes up for the lack of Freeview HD.

Edit: Just found a video on YouTube which shows an F type (normal for satellite tuners) connector on the side of the TV just above the standard aerial connector but couldn't read the label beside it. Looks like it has a satellite tuner making it a much more attractive buy.

Edited By: Krosus on Jul 31, 2014 06:08: More info
1 Like #11
What a good price...had some heat x
#12
price of 4K is coming down nicely ... should see better deals by christmas
#13
Severely limited future use but bargain as a current TV. Triple tuners too so in theory you should be able to record one channel while watching another if it is hooked up accordingly.
banned 1 Like #14
Re-branded "Nosense"
#15
How long would you be looking at for delivery ?
1 Like #16
Musician
Re-branded "Nosense"

Yes, just like intel inside and idiot outside :)

Alternative would be Rebranded nonsense

Edited By: crazymonkey on Jul 31, 2014 10:28
1 Like #17
Thomablue
Kankan101
Hisence are Chinese company they brought Fridgemaster & Frigidaire brands when HI group went bust. They tie up with with Homa & Midea as well and make appliances for them, they were solely whitegoods but looks like they brought a few more factories in china to make brown goods now.

Where did they bring Fridge master etc from ?

The creator of autocorrect can go to he'll!
1 Like #18
you get one of free these to get the 4k effect ;)
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1 Like #19
montana78
you get one of free these to get the 4k effect ;)
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I think you have had a few already going by that sentence :p
#20
On the german test/ review site they state a 50z refresh rate, if that makes any difference.
#21
PeteHerts
montana78
you get one of free these to get the 4k effect ;)
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I think you have had a few already going by that sentence :p

Hey. The name montanna dont make me miley cyrus. Its my body I do what I want to. Lol
1 Like #22
biddilybah
dxx
Decent price for the amount of pixels, but I cannot find a single Hisense regional website that gives any technical details on the TV. I'm suspecting this means that it's 30Hz @ 4k, which makes it useless for any member of the PC Master Race, and 4K is just a bit pointless for regular TV use at present.

Could be a good deal, but I wouldn't rush out to buy it as an upgrade.

They're a Chinese brand. Google threw up this result which mentions some of the features. Clicky

Ah, good find.
#23
This is seriously tempting, never imagined 4k would get so cheap so soon. The geek in me wants to buy it now but then common sense knocks and I think what would I actually do with it?

The multiple tuners would make it great in the living room and I do have satellite and freeview connections so could make full use of that, but I also have a larger 1080P set, which is a known brand (LG) and likely to be better for my existing kit which is of course all 1080P or less since there is nothing 4K out yet.

I imagine the lack of HDMI 2 means it wouldn't work at full 4k resolution with any future 4k Bluray players, set top boxes, consoles etc? So effectively the only way to get 4K out of it is via a PC?

It would make a great huge PC monitor but I don't do any work that demands 4k resolution nor is my PC, while great at 1080P, strong enough to render the latest games in 4K though maybe it could manage slower paced titles such as strategy games at 4K, but how many games actually let you use 4K resolutions, is it just the newest most demanding ones or could you use it to revitalise older titles?

Hmm to buy or not to buy.......
#24
1 Like #25
Just cos it's 4k, doesn't mean the PQ is actually any good. And at this price (and looking at reviews at some of their other cheapo 4k sets) I doubt it will be. Expect bad/uneven backlighting with plenty lightbleed.. Poor colour uniformity and reproduction. And terrible motion resolution. At higher resolutions, you NEED good motion resolution. Without it, it'll just start to tear like crazy on anything much above a static image. Reliability? This will be the cheapest of the cheap components. iBOOD are Dutch I think? So returning a Chinese TV to a company in Holland? No thanks.

Cheap as chips. But I still wouldn't buy it.

Edited By: sancheez on Jul 31, 2014 12:51
#26
Krosus
The spec states DVB-S2 which is the high def satellite standard. Does this TV really have a satellite tuner? If so it could be used for Freesat HD which sort of makes up for the lack of Freeview HD.

Edit: Just found a video on YouTube which shows an F type (normal for satellite tuners) connector on the side of the TV just above the standard aerial connector but couldn't read the label beside it. Looks like it has a satellite tuner making it a much more attractive buy.

The technical description says DVB-T and not DVB-S, so it's a Freeview tuner. This was on the iBOOD website
Technical description
#27
I don't know WHAT that is.
#28
mike_fernlea
Krosus
The spec states DVB-S2 which is the high def satellite standard. Does this TV really have a satellite tuner? If so it could be used for Freesat HD which sort of makes up for the lack of Freeview HD.

Edit: Just found a video on YouTube which shows an F type (normal for satellite tuners) connector on the side of the TV just above the standard aerial connector but couldn't read the label beside it. Looks like it has a satellite tuner making it a much more attractive buy.

The technical description says DVB-T and not DVB-S, so it's a Freeview tuner. This was on the iBOOD website
Technical description

Yep it says "DVB-T/C/S2 cable tuner"

DVB-T is the system used by Freeview SD
DVB-C is the system used on cable
DVB-S2 is the system used for high definition satellite
#29
http://www.avmagazine.it/news/4K/hisense-42k680-uhdtv-42-a-799_9249.html
The specific report a contrast ratio equal to 5,000:1, compatibility with 3D sources (with conversion 2D-> 3D), the presence of motion compensation technologies to 400Hz, a response time of 9.5 ms and an angle of 178 ° viewing. The HDMI inputs are compatible with version 1.4 and then 4K Ultra HD signals up to 30Hz.

Its low refresh rate and high response time means it may not the best choice for PC gaming.
#30
Would have made a great large monitor if it supported Ultra HD @ 60Hz. PPI is slightly higher than a 23" 1080p monitor so clarity wouldn't be an issue with 42" @ 2160p UHD.
#31
Heat ordered
#32
did anyone get their 3d glasses with their tv

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