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Hisense 50M5500 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD, 8-bit, Smart TV, 50" Screen, Quad-Core, 6 Year Guarantee @ RicherSounds (VIP Price) £499.00

£499.00 @ Richer Sounds
Join VIP, free, for this price. Also try to use the '£10 OFF When you spend £100 or more', when you are in the store, its worked for me on offers before, just go on about how far you have had to dr… Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
Join VIP, free, for this price.

Also try to use the '£10 OFF When you spend £100 or more', when you are in the store, its worked for me on offers before, just go on about how far you have had to drive, yadda, yadda.....

So a possible £489.
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
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cold, probably only a 8 bit panel so calling it HDR is just misleading.
#2
_Barny
cold, probably only a 8 bit panel so calling it HDR is just misleading.

Why is it not HDR, do you even know?
#3
_Barny
cold, probably only a 8 bit panel so calling it HDR is just misleading.


It is HDR. It says so on the box.
#4
Every review says it is a 10bit tv. The reason for it being 10bit & low price according to manufacturer, is they want to be the #3 best tv provider in America.

So it is one way to get market share. The are now working on trying to develop a better screen like OLED.
#5
powerbrick
_Barny
cold, probably only a 8 bit panel so calling it HDR is just misleading.
Why is it not HDR, do you even know?
Because it's Hisense. They continually lie about their spec and update policies, merely discontinuing models leaving many customers with broken promises.
#6
Would be useful if you put the retailer in the description!
#7
excellent deal!! :)
#8
gibblesuk
powerbrick
_Barny
cold, probably only a 8 bit panel so calling it HDR is just misleading.
Why is it not HDR, do you even know?
Because it's Hisense. They continually lie about their spec and update policies, merely discontinuing models leaving many customers with broken promises.
Yet highly reputable retailers like John Lewis and Richer Sounds continue to stock their products, go figure.

With such a blanket statement you have of course can cite several cases where they have been taken to a court of law because of this, maybe some news media links?

Edited By: powerbrick on Nov 11, 2016 08:44: typo
#9
Possible 3% Quidco too? So you could save a further £14.97.
#10
powerbrick
_Barny
cold, probably only a 8 bit panel so calling it HDR is just misleading.
Why is it not HDR, do you even know?

LG also do that with their 8 bit panels
#11
Looking on avforums last years Hisense models are still having firmware issues that need resolving.
#12
gazman090970
GDawes
Looking on avforums last years Hisense models are still having firmware issues that need resolving.
Rather shockingly in a statement from Hisense themselves they openly admit they do not use T-con boards that can process a 10 bit signal this means that across the entire range 8 bit + dithering is the best they can do this was on Avforums last month,this ties in with the review on the M5500 where they find the HDR capability almost non existent.
#13
gazman090970
gazman090970
GDawes
Looking on avforums last years Hisense models are still having firmware issues that need resolving.
Rather shockingly in a statement from Hisense themselves they openly admit they do not use T-con boards that can process a 10 bit signal this means that across the entire range 8 bit + dithering is the best they can do this was on Avforums last month,this ties in with the review on the M5500 where they find the HDR capability almost non existent.
If you are going to quote, please link to where you are quoting from or its just meaningless.
#14
GDawes
Looking on avforums last years Hisense models are still having firmware issues that need resolving.
This is not last years model though, is it. What firmware problems does THIS model have.
#15
Comes up at £529 for me!
#16
the people moaning are the brand snobs who won't buy it because it isn't Samsung or LG when in fact Hisense are a leading brand and one of the best brands in china/Japan some of there tv specs and image quality will blow any Samsung out of the water
#17
nougat
Comes up at £529 for me!
Join the free VIP club
#18
powerbrick
nougat
Comes up at £529 for me!
Join the free VIP club
Sorry missed that in the Description
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MonkeyMan90
the people moaning are the brand snobs who won't buy it because it isn't Samsung or LG when in fact Hisense are a leading brand and one of the best brands in china/Japan some of there tv specs and image quality will blow any Samsung out of the water


Good joke LOL
#20
Not expired?

http://i.imgur.com/X4lXt3G.png

Edited By: powerbrick on Nov 11, 2016 13:48
#21
Reviews well except for the HDR aspect of the TB which is slated badly.

Basically, if HDR isn't important to you but 4k resolution is then this is the TV for you.
#22
powerbrick
GDawes
Looking on avforums last years Hisense models are still having firmware issues that need resolving.
This is not last years model though, is it. What firmware problems does THIS model have.


I did not say it was last years models. I meant it it as indication of their support. Search avforums for K700 58 or 65 inch.
#23
GDawes
powerbrick
GDawes
Looking on avforums last years Hisense models are still having firmware issues that need resolving.
This is not last years model though, is it. What firmware problems does THIS model have.
I did not say it was last years models. I meant it it as indication of their support. Search avforums for K700 58 or 65 inch.


You literally did?

GDawes
[Looking on avforums last years Hisense models are still having firmware issues that need resolving.

Can you smell burnt toast?
#24
If this really isn't a 10-bit panel, maybe best to get it on price match from John Lewis (only 1 year less warranty) then claim compo for misleading advertising?

Enjoy a compelling picture quality with colour-boosting HDR on the Hisense 50M5500. Backed by four-times the resolution of Full HD, this 10-bithas the ability to play programmes and movies in a beautiful High Dynamic Range.
http://www.johnlewis.com/hisense-50m5500-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-50-with-freeview-hd-anyview-cast-silver/p3047383#tabinfo-ratings



Edited By: bellboys on Nov 23, 2016 03:45

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