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Hisense H49M3000 49 Inch Smart LED 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD TV £349.00 Delivered @ AO / eBay

£349.00 @ eBay
Good price for this. Was posted a week or so ago direct on AO but unfortunately the code had expired, but you can pick it up on their eBay page for the same price :) Immerse yourself in your favourit… Read More
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[mod] 1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago
Good price for this. Was posted a week or so ago direct on AO but unfortunately the code had expired, but you can pick it up on their eBay page for the same price :)

Immerse yourself in your favourite films with this 49 inch Hisense TV. This model is 4K Ultra HD Certified with 4K upscaling, which boosts standard HD to near 4K for incredible image quality. It has a USB port which supports HDR content, so you can enjoy a wide range of colour and contrast for an amazingly lifelike picture. It’s also a Smart model, so you can enjoy your favourite shows and stream movies on demand. With Freeview HD, you can browse 70 channels – Including 15 in HD and with Freeview Play too, you can catch up on the last 7 days of TV. It has 4 HDMI ports and 3 USB ports for connecting your devices.

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Key Features

Certified 4K Ultra HD with 4K upscaling
HDR via USB delivers lifelike colours to ramp up 4K
Smart TV - catch up, movies, & more
Freeview HD with Freeview Play - live & catch up TV
4 HDMI & 3 USB - plug in lots of devices at once

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#1
good TV but I did buy it at £339 from AO about 3 weeks ago with one of their recurring discount codes so it has been cheaper in the fairly recent past
1 Like #2
I have a £30 off code for shopping above £199 on ao.com if anyone needs it let me know. Thanks.

Edited By: killstreak on May 17, 2017 13:01: additional info
#3
HDR only via USB?
1 Like #4
I have a £40 off code. But holding out for a better deal with 55" or 65" tv
#5
killstreak
I have a £30 off code for shopping above £199 on ao.com if anyone needs it let me know. Thanks.


That would be kind of you. I've been looking for a reason to pull the trigger on a TV like this for ages, and an extra bit of discount would finally convince me to!
1 Like #6
braddock71
HDR only via USB?


HDR also works via local streaming, via 'serviio' connected to ur has or whatever
#7
also tested on the 55" m7000& 65m7000
#8
now £326
#9
garethcollins925
now £326


How did u get that?
#10
xZEDx
also tested on the 55" m7000& 65m7000


Mind if u tell me how much u paid for the 55m7000 and 65m7000? Many thanks
#11
linhang90
garethcollins925
now £326


How did u get that?


it was £326 when I clicked on the link about an hour ago, but I've just noticed it's gone back up again.
#12
linhang90
xZEDx
also tested on the 55" m7000& 65m7000


Mind if u tell me how much u paid for the 55m7000 and 65m7000? Many thanks


£599 is cheapest i've seen 55m7000 but 679 with 6yr warranty and free delivery at Richer Sounds
#13
Sparco100
linhang90
xZEDx
also tested on the 55" m7000& 65m7000
Mind if u tell me how much u paid for the 55m7000 and 65m7000? Many thanks
£599 is cheapest i've seen 55m7000 but 679 with 6yr warranty and free delivery at Richer Sounds


I got 55m7000 for £549 from JL price matched sonicdirect but that was pot of luck. PRCdirect had/has it for £599 which richersounds should price match so you get the 6yo there as well.

Anyways I have 43" of this as well and it works great no issues.
1 Like #14
Crap.
#15
kiish
Sparco100
linhang90
xZEDx
also tested on the 55" m7000& 65m7000
Mind if u tell me how much u paid for the 55m7000 and 65m7000? Many thanks
£599 is cheapest i've seen 55m7000 but 679 with 6yr warranty and free delivery at Richer Sounds


I got 55m7000 for £549 from JL price matched sonicdirect but that was pot of luck. PRCdirect had/has it for £599 which richersounds should price match so you get the 6yo there as well.

Anyways I have 43" of this as well and it works great no issues.


Richer sounds will not price match sonic direct because the warranty is only 2 yrs n richer sounds claims it'll have to be at least 5 yr warranty for them to price match
#16
N when did they price match for ya?
#17
£319 from Tesco Direct with free Click & Collect (next day) - and clubcard points.

Click here
#18
Saif.Rehman
£319 from Tesco Direct with free Click & Collect (next day) - and clubcard points.

Click here


That's for the 43"
10 Likes #19
Sentral
Crap.


Thanks for your constructive feedback
#20
Would this be any good as a monitor ?
#21
Chris.Type.R
Would this be any good as a monitor ?

Found this for the 43" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sauwoFg3moo

Edited By: Chris.Type.R on May 18, 2017 13:55: Spelunk
#22
Go to very, they have them all on there plus £100 credited back to you.
#23
Sentral
Crap.

insightful!
1 Like #24
thearbiter65
Sentral
Crap.
insightful!

Might have been a status update.
1 Like #25
Chris.Type.R
Would this be any good as a monitor ?

Yes. It's brilliant.

Edited By: davidzweig on May 18, 2017 14:36
#26
linhang90
kiish
Sparco100
linhang90
xZEDx
also tested on the 55" m7000& 65m7000
Mind if u tell me how much u paid for the 55m7000 and 65m7000? Many thanks
£599 is cheapest i've seen 55m7000 but 679 with 6yr warranty and free delivery at Richer Sounds
I got 55m7000 for £549 from JL price matched sonicdirect but that was pot of luck. PRCdirect had/has it for £599 which richersounds should price match so you get the 6yo there as well.
Anyways I have 43" of this as well and it works great no issues.
Richer sounds will not price match sonic direct because the warranty is only 2 yrs n richer sounds claims it'll have to be at least 5 yr warranty for them to price match

Will they price match PRCDirect? (55")

I know JL was matching both sonic & PRC. I got my Sonic price match 24th Apr but JL sold out soon after that. Very happy with my unit, also manufacture date is Jan 2017 as well.

Edit: few other deals here say RS will match PRC so worth a shot:
http://www.prcdirect.co.uk/hisense-h55m7000-55-smart-4k-ultra-hd-uled-tv.html

Edited By: kiish on May 18, 2017 16:50
#27
had this one for the last 6 months, its a decent telly and no more, the smart functionallity is sluggish and slow. Youtube is picky which 4k videos it will actually play, the back lighting is patchier than a teenagers beard, and the pink / red reproduction seems to suffer, making skins sometimes look redish or like people are wearing lipstick. (more at avforums on this )

Was ok for the price, think id do more research next time when buying a new tv. This is not a patch on my friends sony bravia 1080p tv which granted was 3 times the price but is now 2 years old. So word of warning
#28
Sentral
Crap.
2 years and in the bin. They are crap
#29
Decent cheap TV if not bothered about HDR.

If you already have a decent 1080p set though it won't be that much of an upgrade.
#30
The Hisense 55M6600 advertised the other day has freeview and freesat onboard I cant see if its on this one
#31
Don't waste your money, I've had it since last year and it's really naff, I wish I saved my money and bought a Samsung or LG instead.
#32
43M3000 vs. a couple of 2015/2016 Sony mid/low range 40" 1080p (non-Android) TVs:

Build quality similar. Hisense a bit thicker, sony slimmer in parts but possibly more fragile.
Smart features similar. Both a bit clumsy and sluggish, I use my laptop rather. Other TVs might be better.
The cheaper Sony and this have a uneven greyish color when meant to be showing a black screen. This is probably the weakest point, but not really an issue in use. Mid-range Sony a bit better.
The cheaper Sony and the Hisense have a bit narrow viewing angles. The Hisense gets 'dirty' at an angle.
All look great to me when showing an image straight on.
This has 4k. Haven't used it yet.

I don't know how they last long-term. A 4k Sony is at least 100 ukp more. I'd say the Hisense is good value for money and has it's 'right to exist', don't shy away because of the lesser-known brand.





Edited By: davidzweig on May 18, 2017 23:29: edit
#33
I've had this TV for 18 months now but I do prefer the picture on my dad's Seiki, so will probably buy that make when I replace this one.
#34
Not sure why people are having picture issues, I've had my 43m3000 for 6+ months and it's been fine but I believe I followed AVForums and tuned the picture settings.

Edited By: kiish on May 19, 2017 12:59

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