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Hisense H50N6800 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Dark Grey @ AO for £599.00 less possible £75 for old TV and £20 cashback

£599.00 @ ao.com
This TV was £750.00 and it has now been reduced to £599.00, you can also get £75.00 cashback for your old TV working or not, just give em any old thing, before you make your purchase sign up for AO a… Read More
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1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago
This TV was £750.00 and it has now been reduced to £599.00, you can also get £75.00 cashback for your old TV working or not, just give em any old thing, before you make your purchase sign up for AO account and you will get an extra £20.00 code for your first order and use the code.

Making it at £504.00 plus you can get topcashback or quidco and further reducing it to £496.24.

The HD and SD on this are way better than LG's C6 3D 55", and 4K is amazing, but for the fraction of price.

Cons are, the screen is very reflective, and legs are too apart and you will need a stand to reflect this, or wall mount it.

Demo video, https://youtu.be/IQYTcl75fGs

Certified 4K Ultra HD with 4K upscaling
HDR with streaming - enjoy lifelike colours & contrast
Smart TV - stream boxsets & films in Ultra HD 4K
Freeview HD - 70 free channels including 15 in HD
4 HDMI & 3 USB ports - plug in lots of devices at once
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1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago
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#1
'ULED' now?!

Good price, poor TV.
#2
collectorcol
'ULED' now?!Good price, poor TV.
Why?
1 Like #4
OP you cant make posts like this you have given a price in the title that includes cashback for a old TV and topcashback both of which are not guaranteed and what happens if you dont have a old TV? you dont get £75 off the Actual Price is £579.99. I suggest you read the rules about posting as your deal is extremely misleading.

Edited By: polly69 on Jul 15, 2017 05:42: Jul 15, 2017 05:42
#5
Anyone got one of these? Would love to know how it is in the 'real' world of everyday use. Can't say I particularly trust What Hi-Fi reviews these days.

Been looking to buy a new tv and this has most of the features im looking for but is £150 - £200 cheaper than others.
#6
AOTV20 for £20 off £579
#7
is this better than the 55m7000? was keen on one of those but need 50" size
#8
collectorcol
'ULED' now?!
Good price, poor TV.
What's a better TV for the same price then?
#9
ca8msm
What's a better TV for the same price then?

Dunno mate. After research, was OLED or nothing for me
#10
mgk
is this better than the 55m7000? was keen on one of those but need 50" size


I was also interested to know this having just purchased and awaiting delivery of the M7000, a quick Google confirms my intial thoughts with the M7000 coming out as the superior of the two.

However the N6800 doesn't come up far short, with the main two criticisms being aimed at the HDR and Remote over the M7000.

Personally at this price point I'll be sticking with the M7000, however if you're in the market for a "50 I think you could do far worse than the N6800.

http://www.trustedreviews.com/hisense-h65m7000-review

http://www.trustedreviews.com/hisense-n6800-review
#11
collectorcol
ca8msm
What's a better TV for the same price then?
Dunno mate. After research, was OLED or nothing for me
What research did you do? Did you compare them side by said or is just and online paid for research? OLED is hyped alot and with a price tag more than 3x it's not 3x better than this, and I have tested both and can tell you SD and normal HD are way better on this, I don't know if I had bad LG oled or they are all like that, but it had ghosting and clouding on sd to state it was not watchable.

While OLED has great potential and hope Hisense adopts it too, I wouldn't buy OLED currently as it's not only expensive but it needs more refining, where it's a good chance you could end up with a bad panel.
#12
I have a couple of friends who own Hisense sets and while being good for the money they don't come close to the B6.

Mine looks fantasic and not one single complaint from me.
Granted SD content doesn't look good but I bought for a dedicated Mancave/home cinema so 80% of my viewing will be 4K discs, new releases, with the rest blu-ray whichs looks good... Until you compare it to 4K.
#13
collectorcol
I have a couple of friends who own Hisense sets and while being good for the money they don't come close to the B6.
Mine looks fantasic and not one single complaint from me.
Granted SD content doesn't look good but I bought for a dedicated Mancave/home cinema so 80% of my viewing will be 4K discs, new releases, with the rest blu-ray whichs looks good... Until you compare it to 4K.
Hi.

Did you use out of box settings? or did you make adjustments?

On mine Hisense the 4K is amazing but I feel it could still be more crisp and more HDR-ish. Could do with a decent settings.
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creepyg
Anyone got one of these? Would love to know how it is in the 'real' world of everyday use. Can't say I particularly trust What Hi-Fi reviews these days.Been looking to buy a new tv and this has most of the features im looking for but is £150 - £200 cheaper than others.


Am satisfied with mine, with price tag, if you are on a budget.

mgk
is this better than the 55m7000? was keen on one of those but need 50" size


This is 2017 model and most likely will have longer support and updates, also has HDR Pro.

Edited By: coolfi on Jul 16, 2017 15:22: Jul 16, 2017 15:22
#15
coolfi
creepyg
Anyone got one of these? Would love to know how it is in the 'real' world of everyday use. Can't say I particularly trust What Hi-Fi reviews these days.

Been looking to buy a new tv and this has most of the features im looking for but is £150 - £200 cheaper than others.
Am satisfied with mine, with price tag, if you are on a budget.

mgk
is this better than the 55m7000? was keen on one of those but need 50" size
This is 2017 model and most likely will have longer support and updates, also has HDR Pro. On the paper it's better but in real life don't know.

#16
avoid these tvs like the plauge!!!!!
#17
coolfi
Hi.Did you use out of box settings? or did you make adjustments?On mine Hisense the 4K is amazing but I feel it could still be more crisp and more HDR-ish. Could do with a decent settings.

Google is your friend when it comes to calibration but there can be conflicting advice.

Read/watch a few peoples preference, experiment and go with what works for you.

Just to add: HDR setting shouldn't need much adjustment just turn off all processing.

Edited By: collectorcol on Jul 16, 2017 16:05:
#18
xZEDx
avoid these tvs like the plauge!!!!!

Care to elaborate??
#19
xZEDx
avoid these tvs like the plauge!!!!!


These TV's as in "Hisense", or the "N series"??

Only recently you'd purchased the M7000, so why the sudden negativity towards "these" TV's??

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hisense-h65m7000-65-freeview-hd-freeview-play-smart-4k-ultra-hd-with-hdr-tv-809-2735906
#20
Looks like they're bitter for missing out on a code (popcorn)
#21
collectorcol
ca8msm
What's a better TV for the same price then?
Dunno mate. After research, was OLED or nothing for me
The problem with that is that you have to spend at least double the price of this TV to get what you want and there's always much better TV's if you double your budget. So for the money, this is probably a good deal as not everyone wants/needs to do that.

We have the QE65Q9F at work which probably makes most TV's look like a 1990's CRT but it's pointless me saying that your TV is poor because that one is better, it's all about the price/value for money which to me this seems to be.
#22
For anyone wanting a review of this TV, the most in depth one I've found is from here.

It's for the 65" version of the same panel so the value for money part may be off but the rest is still relevant.


Hisense H65N6800 4K LED TV Review

The N6800 is another cracking mid-range TV from Hisense that manages to deliver a very competitive price without compromising on build quality, features and performance. The design is fairly typical of a modern TV but the all-metal construction certainly isn't, considering the price, and the build quality was excellent. There are plenty of connections – although only two of the HDMI inputs are HDMI 2.0 – a redesigned remote control and a new smart platform that is simple but effective and includes the main video streaming services in 4K and HDR. The N6800 supports HDR10 but we are waiting for confirmation on an HLG update. However, crucially for a TV at this price point the out of the box accuracy was very good, especially in the case of the greyscale, and the performance with standard dynamic range content was genuinely impressive.

The 65N6800 struggled more when it came to high dynamic range content due to its limited peak brightness and Hisense need to work on the wide colour gamut accuracy but it was still capable of delivering an enjoyable HDR experience. The backlight uniformity was reasonable but could have been better and the local dimming lacked the sophistication of the competition. However we were especially pleased to see that Hisense have addressed most of the issues we raised in previous reviews, making this TV the latest model in a very positive evolutionary process. Whilst readers need to manage their expectations sensibly, we're certainly not saying the Hisense H65N6800 is perfect, it does deliver an excellent performance considering its price point, especially with SDR content, and as such is worthy of Recommendation.

Contrast / Dynamic Range / Black Level 8
Screen Uniformity 7
Color Accuracy 9
Greyscale Accuracy 10
Video Processing 8
2D Picture Quality 8
Picture Quality Out-Of-The-Box 8
Picture Quality Calibrated 9
Sound Quality 7
Smart Features 7
Build Quality 8
Ease Of Use 9
Value for Money 9
Verdict 8

Full review at https://www.avforums.com/review/hisense-h65n6800-4k-uhd-led-lcd-hdr-tv-review.13726
#23
coolfi
Hi.Did you use out of box settings? or did you make adjustments?On mine Hisense the 4K is amazing but I feel it could still be more crisp and more HDR-ish. Could do with a decent settings.


HDR perfomance on this set over the M7000 was one of the criticisms in the I review posted above, input lag is very good though and allows you to use HDR with game mode which is a bonus over the M7000 (although not sure if the M7000 has had an update for this since it's release).

Another plus with the N6800 imo is the ARC (Audio Return Channel) is now on the HDMI 2.0 ([email protected]) port rather than the HDMI 1.4 ([email protected]), allowing you to have the benift of both [email protected] and ARC rather than either [email protected] + ARC or [email protected] no ARC as is on the M7000.

Couple of AVForums reviews:

https://www.avforums.com/review/hisense-h65m7000-uhd-4k-hdr-tv-review.13123

https://www.avforums.com/review/hisense-h65n6800-4k-uhd-led-lcd-hdr-tv-review.13726

collectorcol
'ULED' now?!Good price, poor TV.


collectorcol
I have a couple of friends who own Hisense sets and while being good for the money they don't come close to the B6.Mine looks fantasic and not one single complaint from me.Granted SD content doesn't look good but I bought for a dedicated Mancave/home cinema so 80% of my viewing will be 4K discs, new releases, with the rest blu-ray whichs looks good... Until you compare it to 4K.


I wouldn't go as far as to say they're a poor TV and I think the price vs performance argument has to come into play here, OLED is currently around 3x the price and imo not 3x the picture quality.

Add that to the fact I'm not a fan of LG in general, I'll be sticking with the M7000.
1 Like #24
creepyg
Care to elaborate??
I've had the 55M7000 its an awesome TV but this new 2017 model 55N6800 is the worst thing ever! I would say the M3000 had a better picture quality than this POS.

The ghosting/motion blur is insane.

HDR colours are a freaking joke, its HDR just for the sake of being a HDR set.
Nuffin like the real deal HDR seen on any other set.

Presets like dynamic picture mode add loads more ghosting for some stupid reason.

The blacks on this telly are grays than being black.

Sound is awful compared to the m7000 & the M3000.

Got this set on Thursday and its going back tomorrow.

This set is not worth the price nor the headache.
#25
CosmicWazza
These TV's as in "Hisense", or the "N series"??Only recently you'd purchased the M7000, so why the sudden negativity towards "these" TV's??http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hisense-h65m7000-65-freeview-hd-freeview-play-smart-4k-ultra-hd-with-hdr-tv-809-2735906
Got the m7000 And the n6800
#26
ca8msm
For anyone wanting a review of this TV, the most in depth one I've found is from here.It's for the 65" version of the same panel so the value for money part may be off but the rest is still relevant.Full review at https://www.avforums.com/review/hisense-h65n6800-4k-uhd-led-lcd-hdr-tv-review.13726

Believe me when I say this, this review is like a paid for advertisement very biased.

In reality this TV is awful
#27
CosmicWazza
HDR perfomance on this set over the M7000 was one of the criticisms in the I review posted above, input lag is very good though and allows you to use HDR with game mode which is a bonus over the M7000 (although not sure if the M7000 has had an update for this since it's release).Another plus with the N6800 imo is the ARC (Audio Return Channel) is now on the HDMI 2.0 ([email protected]) port rather than the HDMI 1.4 ([email protected]), allowing you to have the benift of both [email protected] and ARC rather than either [email protected] + ARC or [email protected] no ARC as is on the M7000.Couple of AVForums reviews:https://www.avforums.com/review/hisense-h65m7000-uhd-4k-hdr-tv-review.13123https://www.avforums.com/review/hisense-h65n6800-4k-uhd-led-lcd-hdr-tv-review.13726I wouldn't go as far as to say they're a poor TV and I think the price vs performance argument has to come into play here, OLED is currently around 3x the price and imo not 3x the picture quality.Add that to the fact I'm not a fan of LG in general, I'll be sticking with the M7000.
Regarding input lag

This TV has ghosting like crazy on movies.

I wonder what gaming will be like
#28
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#29
mgk
is this better than the 55m7000? was keen on one of those but need 50" size
No way near in comparison.

M7000 is miles better
#30
collectorcol
Looks like they're bitter for missing out on a code (popcorn)
excited excited Nope look up there^^^^
#31
creepyg
Care to elaborate??
Have a look up^^^ there mate
#32
xZEDx
I've had the 55M7000 its an awesome TV but this new 2017 model 55N6800 is the worst thing ever! I would say the M3000 had a better picture quality than this POS.The ghosting/motion blur is insane.HDR colours are a freaking joke, its HDR just for the sake of being a HDR set. Nuffin like the real deal HDR seen on any other set.Presets like dynamic picture mode add loads more ghosting for some stupid reason.The blacks on this telly are grays than being black.Sound is awful compared to the m7000 & the M3000.Got this set on Thursday and its going back tomorrow.This set is not worth the price nor the headache.

Thanks for the reply. Seems to confirm my suspicion that the N6800 was too good to be true.

I couldn't find anywhere local with this set on display, so would've been a blind-buy and by the sound of things a massive disappointment.

On a side note, I did get to play around with the Samsung MU6400 and was very impressed, so I've put the £500 toward that instead. After trade in and JL price match will be £699.
#33
xZEDx

Believe me when I say this, this review is like a paid for advertisement very biased.
In reality this TV is awful
That's a shame if so as the results from their tests make it look good value for money. How do the test results not convert into real life picture quality though I don't get how that works?

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