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Hisense 50 inch m3300 4k hd smart led freeview tv £419.00 @ richersounds free delivery

£419.00 @ Richer Sounds
Hisense 50 inch m3300 4k hd smart led freeview tv @richersounds free delivery Fantastic value 4K Priced to match most 1080p FHD TVs, the Hisense 50M3300 offers sensational 4K UHD for less. With … Read More
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Hisense 50 inch m3300 4k hd smart led freeview tv @richersounds free delivery

Fantastic value 4K

Priced to match most 1080p FHD TVs, the Hisense 50M3300 offers sensational 4K UHD for less. With four times the resolution of Full 1080p HD, 4K (UHD) TV offers stunning detail and resolution for totally life-like realism. Even without a native 4K UHD signal, UHD upscaling means that you can scale up an ordinary HD signal to make the best of the screen. Get Netflix 4K or other 4K content and the image just keeps getting better.

Smart TV

Packing a Quad Core processor, this 50 inch TV is a powerful performer with Smart content, too. Connect up to your home network by Ethernet or Wi-Fi and enjoy access to a wide range of apps including favourites such as the BBC iPlayer, Netflix and YouTube. A built-in web browser lets you surf to your heart's content.

Share content

For seamless integration with your other devices, Anyview Cast and Anyview Stream let you share content from your smartphone, tablet or computer and show it on the big screen.

Fully connected

With four HDMI sockets, the 50M3300 easily handles the most complex home entertainment systems. Two of these sockets are the latest HDMI 2.0 version with HDCP 2.2, making this TV compatible with the latest UHD Blu-ray and streaming services. Other connections include no fewer than three USB sockets, one of which is the latest USB 3.0 version for a high speed link. Throw in an optical connection for a soundbar/base and headphone socket for private listening and you've got everything you need in a 4K TV.

Fantastic Freeview HD

It might be some way behind 4K, but Freeview HD is still a huge step-up on regular Freeview TV. If you're not using Sky, Virgin, BT or another digital TV provider, Freeview HD is the way to go for free-to-access digital TV through your existing aerial. Compared to standard Freeview, images are far more detailed, with rich colour and enhanced realism.

See the bigger picture, with the 4K UHD Hisense 50M3300
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#1
I might finally bite but i've kind of decided i need HDR



Edited By: tighty on Dec 11, 2016 12:42
#2
wow these are getting seriously cheap! i currently game on a samsung 48 inch '3d' 1080p tv and as i don't play more than 60fps i have no tearing issues. i don't feel much lag on 'gaming mode'. how are these 4k tvs for gaming ? i never see that on any of the reviews. i will probably hold out for a free sync tv as just switched to amd from nvidia
#4
You might want to move this into the Audiovisual section.
3 Likes #5
I bought this for £359.10 from Argos using the TV10 code which gets 10% off the £399.00 price.
2 Likes #6
tighty
I might finally bite but i've kind of decided i need HDR
Let the rest of us know when you find some content...
#7
pimpMe
tighty
I might finally bite but i've kind of decided i need HDR
Let the rest of us know when you find some content...
OK
#8
Does it come with Kodi?
#9
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#10
tempt
Does it come with Kodi?

If it's not a android tv , you cannot put kodi on it
1 Like #11
jameshothothot
wow these are getting seriously cheap! i currently game on a samsung 48 inch '3d' 1080p tv and as i don't play more than 60fps i have no tearing issues. i don't feel much lag on 'gaming mode'. how are these 4k tvs for gaming ? i never see that on any of the reviews. i will probably hold out for a free sync tv as just switched to amd from nvidia

Two of my friends purchased the 40" version and use them for Gaming, they both are very impressed. One has PS4 Pro, the other has Xbox One S and both say Input Lag is not an issue at all, even with HDR on. Couldn't give you an exact figure, but both are big into gaming and technology and would be quick to tell me if there was a problem.

I know this isn't the 40" but its the same model and I have only heard good things about this series. Hope this helps?
1 Like #12
tighty
I might finally bite but i've kind of decided i need HDR




This has HDR after a firmware update
3 Likes #13
tighty
I might finally bite but i've kind of decided i need HDR
This has HDR now via an update 2 weeks ago.
I bought it Wednesday and it's being delivered tomorrow. Gets brilliant reviews.

Budget TV that packs a punch!

I think this is a fantastic tv for the price! This last week or so has seen a firmware update which enables HDR over HDMI - if you have a suitable HDR source, then the quality of the 4K material gets kicked up a notch - truly amazing on a TV at this price point. Be prepared to do some fiddling with the settings, of which there are many - however there are a number of internet forums where some very helpful calibration experts have posted their settings - these are very good as a starting point! Although it isn't mentioned anywhere, there are actually 2 tuners on-board; digital terrestrial and satellite - however you can only have 1 as your TV source at any one time unless you want to re-tune each time you want to switch sources. Picture quality is excellent, though not optimal if you are more than 45 degrees from centre - but even then it's not terrible, just not as good as being directly in front of it - the image loses it's sharpness a little and the blacks are no longer quite as black. You would probably need to take this into consideration if you have a large family or regularly play host to lots of people all gathered around the TV. 1080p HD material and gaming performance is really good as the TV upscales where it can, to near 4K, creating a beautifully clear picture with no noticeable motion blur or lag. When showing 4K content though this set really comes into it's own, amazing vibrant pictures with so much detail. The built-in apps for Amazon Prime, Netflix and Youtube are each able to deliver excellent quality 4K material - truly outstanding! I see that a lot of people reference that they are less than happy with the picture quality when displaying SD content on 4K screens; It is worth noting that a standard definition picture will need to be scaled up approximately 4 times in order to fill the screen, and that's 4 times horizontally and vertically. So 1 pixel from a native resolution SD picture needs to be turned into 16 pixels to be displayed on a 4K screen. HD/UHD screens will try to do their best to achieve this, but the even the best technology in the world cannot produce sharp vibrant pictures when the detail doesn't exist in the source material! Some may argue that if you are planning on viewing mainly SD content, you should probably be looking for a TV with a lower native resolution. In light of all of this, the Hisense does a fair job when displaying SD content, but the quality varies depending on the quality of the transmission: BBC / Channel 4 looks ok whereas Dave or ITV2 doesn't look quite as good. The TV also contains a number of sound processors, which in all honesty, do a pretty good job - the Hisense doesn't slouch on the audio department; although you can of course use a soundbar or surround kit but this is not a necessity as the TV does have plenty of grunt! I'd previously been a telly snob and would only go for known brands, but had read a lot of good stuff about Hisense so decided to give them a go and am so pleased that I did - This is a huge amount of TV for relatively little money. If you're on the fence, you should go for it, it's a cracking TV!

Edited By: lianne21 on Dec 11, 2016 15:35
#14
si666
tighty
I might finally bite but i've kind of decided i need HDR



This has HDR after a firmware update

Great minds ;)
#15
lianne21
si666
tighty
I might finally bite but i've kind of decided i need HDR



This has HDR after a firmware update

Great minds ;)


I have this model, you will not be disappointed.

Check out the owner's forum on AV Forums, some great info and recommended picture settings.

Quick tip, turn off the motion smothing, it is horrible.
#16
si666
lianne21
si666
tighty
I might finally bite but i've kind of decided i need HDR
This has HDR after a firmware update
Great minds ;)
I have this model, you will not be disappointed.
Check out the owner's forum on AV Forums, some great info and recommended picture settings.
Quick tip, turn off the motion smothing, it is horrible.
Thanks for that, if you have a direct link to the owners forum to save me searching that would be great. No worries if you don't. :)
#17
si666
lianne21
si666
tighty
I might finally bite but i've kind of decided i need HDR



This has HDR after a firmware update

Great minds ;)


I have this model, you will not be disappointed.

Check out the owner's forum on AV Forums, some great info and recommended picture settings.

Quick tip, turn off the motion smothing, it is horrible.


Is sd pics any good on this tv ?
#18
just collected my 50 in from argos great telly for £360
#19
Ordered this to yesterday, and must say I'm impressed so far. Used the 10% Argos code together with topcashback 10% (chanced my luck, it has tracked, but might not pay out as we used a code with it). Only problem is trying to get the sky remote to work with it. Does anyone have a working sky code for this to... none of the ones I've tried work!!
#20
jjp2701
si666
lianne21
si666
tighty
I might finally bite but i've kind of decided i need HDR



This has HDR after a firmware update

Great minds ;)


I have this model, you will not be disappointed.

Check out the owner's forum on AV Forums, some great info and recommended picture settings.

Quick tip, turn off the motion smothing, it is horrible.


Is sd pics any good on this tv ?


About as good as any 4K TV, SD pictures tend to look muddied and pixelated due to the amount of upscaling that is needed ... but it is very dependent on the source
#21
lianne21
si666
lianne21
si666
tighty
I might finally bite but i've kind of decided i need HDR
This has HDR after a firmware update
Great minds ;)
I have this model, you will not be disappointed.
Check out the owner's forum on AV Forums, some great info and recommended picture settings.
Quick tip, turn off the motion smothing, it is horrible.
Thanks for that, if you have a direct link to the owners forum to save me searching that would be great. No worries if you don't. :)


https://www.avforums.com/threads/hisense-55-m3300.2028817/

All of the M3300 sizes are the same specification, panel and firmware.
1 Like #22
DocM
Ordered this to yesterday, and must say I'm impressed so far. Used the 10% Argos code together with topcashback 10% (chanced my luck, it has tracked, but might not pay out as we used a code with it). Only problem is trying to get the sky remote to work with it. Does anyone have a working sky code for this to... none of the ones I've tried work!!


2429, going by the above owner's forum posts on AV Forums
1 Like #24
I have to say I'm surprised this gets as much heat with it being £359 at Argos and £379 on Amazon. Is it really worth paying the extra £60 for 4 years warranty? Almost every time I purchase something electrical I get offered an extended warranty and I Rarely take it, especially on a TV. would people say it's worth paying for? Don't most TVs last 5-6 years?
#25
Would this be better picture than a 50inch panny g20 plasma?
#26
Is anyone else having problems with anyview cast on this TV?
I am trying to connect an asus laptop with win 10 but it wont connect despite ot seeing the TV.
I have emailed hisnse but they say it only works with hisense phones and tablets???
#27
much difference between this and the m3000? wanted m3300 but think wife's ordered m3000.

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