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Hisense 65 TV Silver £749.00 @ Richer sounds

£749.00 @ Richer Sounds
Hisense 65M5500 £749 delivered with 6 years breakdown cover Richer Sounds and note Aviva will cover accidental damage for only an extra £9 a year on existing house and contents insurance (so now tota… Read More
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4m, 6d agoFound 4 months, 6 days ago
Hisense 65M5500 £749 delivered with 6 years breakdown cover Richer Sounds and note Aviva will cover accidental damage for only an extra £9 a year on existing house and contents insurance (so now total £115 per year)

apparently £2,500 in Brighthouse! (jeez why would you?)
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4m, 6d agoFound 4 months, 6 days ago
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#1
#2
Its been this price for a while now..
#3
no stock voted cold
#4
djdean
no stock voted cold
Are you sure? mine comes tomorrow and it has just allowed me to add another to basket...
#5
What the what?! House insurance doesn't cover a telly for accidental damage as standard?!
#6
Great TVs for the money heat added
#7
jenmumof5
What the what?! House insurance doesn't cover a telly for accidental damage as standard?!
Correct, why pay for unnecessary insurance? I wouldn't dream of insuring my possessions for accidental damage.
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damadgeruk
jenmumof5
What the what?! House insurance doesn't cover a telly for accidental damage as standard?!
Correct, why pay for unnecessary insurance? I wouldn't dream of insuring my possessions for accidental damage.


My user name indicates why I take it out X)
1 Like #9
pets and children = accidental damage
#10
For those who are far smarter than me, could someone please tell me what the difference is between the 5500 and the 5510, other than £50?! Checking the specs of both I couldn't see much between them.

Thank you.
#11
can anyone confirm there is an Amazon app for this TV please. I looked at an older version a few months ago and at that time Amazon wasn't available
1 Like #12
Matts
For those who are far smarter than me, could someone please tell me what the difference is between the 5500 and the 5510, other than £50?! Checking the specs of both I couldn't see much between them.

Thank you.


Have a look on avforums, they reviewed them both
1 Like #13
jenmumof5
damadgeruk
jenmumof5
What the what?! House insurance doesn't cover a telly for accidental damage as standard?!
Correct, why pay for unnecessary insurance? I wouldn't dream of insuring my possessions for accidental damage.
My user name indicates why I take it out X)
Your username indicates you have no time for TV and when you do you will be far to tired to watch anything ;)
1 Like #14
jenmumof5
damadgeruk
jenmumof5
What the what?! House insurance doesn't cover a telly for accidental damage as standard?!
Correct, why pay for unnecessary insurance? I wouldn't dream of insuring my possessions for accidental damage.


My user name indicates why I take it out X)


I would check with your insurance policy before you take out extra cover if your getting it to cover your TVs! Most companies insure accidental damage to things like TVs as standard with their contents policy, extended accidental damage covers for things like spilling paid over furniture/ carpet etc
1 Like #15
Matts
For those who are far smarter than me, could someone please tell me what the difference is between the 5500 and the 5510, other than £50?! Checking the specs of both I couldn't see much between them.
Thank you.
k 5510 model black ...2015, m 5500 silver 2016, same same both update software to HDR as soon as you power up for the first time, i must say i was impressed with my previous 49" Bauhn 4K but this is jaw dropping good! even the Mrs had to agree it was worth it...

5510 forum link

5500 forum link

and if you need a good wall mount i fitted this ..delivered under a tenner! £10 wall mount link
TV was free delivery within 5 days but only took 2.. arrived with wall mount which was free 48HR delivery...

Edited By: rickryder1 on Jan 18, 2017 23:28
#16
Thanks for the links & info, rickryder. I'll read the forums, I'm pretty certain I'll be getting one of those models!
1 Like #17
just when i thought it couldn't get any better, i put these picture settings in from the forum

Picture Mode: Standard
Brightness: 46
Contrast: 50
Colour Saturation: 46
Dynamic Backlight Control: Low
Backlight: 37
Sharpness: 5
Adaptive Contrast: Off
Colour Temperature: Standard
Ultra Smooth Motion: Off
Noise Reduction: Low
Every other setting is default

All respect due to AV Forum poster for above settings

SUHD 4K Demos
#18
when powering up for the first time ensure only LAN cable is connected to get UHD latest software update first
#19
Excellent TV. Bye bye big brands.
#20
sjburgon
can anyone confirm there is an Amazon app for this TV please. I looked at an older version a few months ago and at that time Amazon wasn't available
yes lots of smart apps links inc amazon etc youtube netflicks...lots!
#21
shariifi
Excellent TV. Bye bye big brands.
yep 20 years ago Samsung came along and started making inroads to knocking the major Japanese manufacturers off top spot and now the republic of china Hisence with Chinese components assembled in Czechoslovakia are doing the business! good for us the consumer...
#22
looking for a decent tv not worried about the brand but have toyed with this one for a while, its for netflix, youtube etc, under 50" ideally. is this a recommended brand? Seems to have mixed reviews. Currently using a 40" panasonic 4k tv. Thanks
#23
deasyb
looking for a decent tv not worried about the brand but have toyed with this one for a while, its for netflix, youtube etc, under 50" ideally. is this a recommended brand? Seems to have mixed reviews. Currently using a 40" panasonic 4k tv. Thanks

when i can peel my teenage daughter off youtuber adulation of tweety pie?!?.. yes its a best bang per buck!, presently feeding it dvd's and blu rays via a pana 4k upscaler hereuntil uhd players become sub £100 (currently £150-180ish)here
#24
It's up to £799 now
1 Like #25
It's up to £899 now. Not a good deal.

Edited By: shariifi on Jan 29, 2017 15:13

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