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Hisense H49M3000 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV - Black - £354.00 with code @ ao.com

£354.00 @ ao.com
- 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 - 60 free channels including 12 in HD - 4 HDMI &… Read More
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- 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 - 60 free channels including 12 in HD
- 4 HDMI & 3 USB - plug in lots of devices at once

Use code: PERKBOX20 (Save £20 on orders over £269 from AO.com) for this price.
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#2
Picked one up from Amazon warehouse for £285 a couple of weeks ago for a Xmas present , quickly checked it out before wrapping it, inbuilt 4k Netflix looked very good
#4
it annoys me that the 7000 range only starts at 55". gimme a 49" please
#5
good find op, heat added
1 Like #6
are these hisense teles any good?
#7
HDR via USB delivers lifelike colours to ramp up 4K

eh? USB?
#8
1 Like #9
Might be compatible with hdr signals but doesn't look like it can deliver real hdr performance.

http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/e0db5fc

Only an 8bit panel with 300 cd/m2 luminosity.
#10
tighty
it annoys me that the 7000 range only starts at 55". gimme a 49" please
Why not just buy the 3000 then?
1 Like #11
nzadok
Picked one up from Amazon warehouse for £285 a couple of weeks ago for a Xmas present , quickly checked it out before wrapping it, inbuilt 4k Netflix looked very good
God, what a bargain! I hate you.
#12
49inch 4k is a lot of telly for £354

I ordered this in the summer from amazon...two arrived, both with smashed screens...not sure if this was done during courier to me; couriered to amazon; or amazon warehouse

amazon refunded my money when they withdrew units from sale, it wasn't an isolated incident...later they went up in price, so I gave it a miss

instead I bought the 65inch from ao.com for £680...lubbly jubbly...really happy with the 65inch
#13
What is the difference between HxxM3000 and HxxM3300?
#14
Worth buying from Richer as I did last week. A 6 year warranty for £419. Our last Samsung TV cost nearly £170 to repair after just over a year old. Lesson learned.
#15
KTF
What is the difference between HxxM3000 and HxxM3300?

M3000 has more noticeable input lag with gaming. I have the M3300 and it's fine
1 Like #16
lianne21
tighty
it annoys me that the 7000 range only starts at 55". gimme a 49" please
Why not just buy the 3000 then?


because it's a completely different TV?
#17
my 43M3000 developed really bad Dse after about 5 months the vertical bars are almost static :( and 4k looks really grainy pretty sure this was after the update i was sent the update manually a second time to sort out you tube 4k issues , i have been just been asked to return it to the retailer by hisense gutted as i loved it while it lasted .
on a different note m3000 has a 10bit VA panel not 8 bit+frc this was confirmed to me by them they even sent the factory spec sheet it does not support FRC and its "upto 275 nits" that displayspecifications.com data is wrong (there is a disclaimer) up to buyers to believe them or the manufacturer. only passing onwhat i have been sent
#18
Anyone getting a noticeable ticking from theirs? I'm on my second now, backlight bleed on the first was awful, second's a lot better but still has a couple of noticeable glowy patches from the corners pointing towards the centre. I can deal with that, and the minor glow around the edge, but the electronics ticking is a bit annoying when it's quiet.
#19
There are 2 UHD HDMI sockets on this which I use for BTTV and Sky Q.one keeps saying it is not HDCP compliant.
I can only seem to get Sky Q or BTTV to work after swapping the leads depending on which I want to view

Edited By: tabby123 on Jan 20, 2017 23:14

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