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Hisense H55M3300 55" 4K LED TV £466.63 @ Amazon - the deal is expired.

£466.63 @ Amazon
This is a very low price for a 2016 55" 4K LED tv. This is my first post so dont know what else to write.. Features 4K UHD - Ultra High Resolution Hisense SMART Wireless connectivity … Read More
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7m, 1d agoFound 7 months, 1 day ago
This is a very low price for a 2016 55" 4K LED tv.

This is my first post so dont know what else to write..

Features

4K UHD - Ultra High Resolution

Hisense SMART

Wireless connectivity

HDMI 2.0

HEVC

Anyview Cast

PVR Ready

USB 3.0

Ultra Slim Design

Anyview Stream

4K UHD - Ultra High Resolution

UHD technology is able to display four times as many pixels, while maintaining the same screen size of traditional TV with 1080p HD and provides four times the resolution of HD TVs with Ful, which allows you to view stunningly realistic images and beautifully natural movement with incredible detail.

Hisense SMART

SMART applications from Hisense. Enjoy the fun I want and when you want. Hisense Smart TV is equipped with Wi-Fi, Internet browser and preset applications that connect you to the world or, on the contrary will help you escape. This TV comes with a host of new applications for your entertainment.

Wireless connectivity

Connect without wires and problems to the Internet on your home network via built-in Wi-Fi or Ethernet.

HDMI 2.0

HDMI supports both - digital video and audio in a single connection. This creates an uncompressed digital RGB connection from the source to the screen to achieve the highest possible image quality. With multi HDMI inputs on the back and side of the TV, you can connect a variety of HD sources such as HD set top box, blue ray player, game console or digital AV player. Your TV is fully prepared for the HD future.

HEVC

HEVC (also called H.265) is a new standard for encoding videos in 4K resolution, which allows you to stream content in 4K resolution via the internet or via USB without the need for additional equipment.

Anyview Cast

In this model, the built-in digital media receiver. No longer need to peek over the shoulders of anyone you can share your music, photos or videos from your mobile phone or tablet. No more cables or transmission through storage media. Simply select media / files you want to play on your mobile device - and one touch to connect with Hisense TVs.

PVR Ready

Personal video recorder built into a TV or monitor allows users to record TV shows to a memory card via USB port. When recording a program there is no degradation in image quality or sound. It's the same as if you watched the show live. So not only can you watch all your favorite TV programs or whole series of record, but you can even pause live TV if you want.

USB 3.0

USB 3.0 provides increased bandwidth USB devices that support this technology. This enables flawless playback of large files such as videos in 4K UHD.

Ultra Slim Design

This product comes with a wonderfully ultra slim design, Meaning it will fit nicely in to any area in your house or office.

Anyview Stream

This feature provides a powerful way to share media on your home network. Media in your mobile device, which may be a laptop, mobile phone or tablet and can be very simply and easily streamed the television Hisense. Now you can easily play movies and music from your mobile device directly to the TV.

- caverncity
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4 Likes #1
This is my first post so dont know what else to write..

How about "be gentle" that normally works
#2
haha yeah..Just take it easy
#3
otuwa

This is a very low price for a 2016 55" 4K LED tv.
This is my first post so dont know what else to write..
Maybe a little more info about the TV from the other Hisense posts?
[HUKD Deal Editor] 3 Likes #4
I purchased the 50" of this TV last week and I honestly have no complaints. Granted the Smart features are a tad on the slow side, but to be honest I use the Xbox One for features like that.

I'm not super tech minded when it comes to TVs, but the screen and quality are spot on for me. I'd be interested in hearing anybody's suggestions for a decent setup if they have any :)

Heated.
1 Like #5
Have added more info for you. Im so tempted to buy one of these but my panny X50 just looks so good especially watching the grand tour the other day. Might just wait till it breaks.

Edited By: caverncity on Nov 20, 2016 15:21
#6
BuzzDuraband
I purchased the 50" of this TV last week and I honestly have no complaints. Granted the Smart features are a tad on the slow side, but to be honest I use the Xbox One for features like that.

I'm not super tech minded when it comes to TVs, but the screen and quality are spot on for me. I'd be interested in hearing anybody's suggestions for a decent setup if they have any :)

Heated.


hey buzz. whatnis it like for gaming... any motion blur etc. many thanks
1 Like #7
Thanks @caverncity. I am not a tech geek but this looks like a really good price for a 55 inch 4K tv. Im not sure if these will go down further as we move towards Black Friday.. personally i wouldn't take a chance
[HUKD Deal Editor] 1 Like #8
timetosurf
BuzzDuraband
I purchased the 50" of this TV last week and I honestly have no complaints. Granted the Smart features are a tad on the slow side, but to be honest I use the Xbox One for features like that.
I'm not super tech minded when it comes to TVs, but the screen and quality are spot on for me. I'd be interested in hearing anybody's suggestions for a decent setup if they have any :)
Heated.
hey buzz. whatnis it like for gaming... any motion blur etc. many thanks

Seriously mate, there's no complaints at all from me regarding the picture. I've not noticed any motion blur whilst gaming. My old (3D) LG was a nightmare for it, especially with FIFA, but so far so good with this one.

When I plugged it in last week I was alerted to a firmware update which added HDR (8 bit, I believe)

Edited By: BuzzDuraband on Nov 20, 2016 15:27
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BuzzDuraband
timetosurf
BuzzDuraband
I purchased the 50" of this TV last week and I honestly have no complaints. Granted the Smart features are a tad on the slow side, but to be honest I use the Xbox One for features like that.
I'm not super tech minded when it comes to TVs, but the screen and quality are spot on for me. I'd be interested in hearing anybody's suggestions for a decent setup if they have any :)
Heated.
hey buzz. whatnis it like for gaming... any motion blur etc. many thanks

Seriously mate, there's no complaints at all from me regarding the picture. I've not noticed any motion blur whilst gaming. My old (3D) LG was a nightmare for it, especially with FIFA, but so far so good with this one.

When I plugged it in last week I was alerted to a firmware update which added HDR (8 bit, I believe)


cheers for that
#10
hey Buzz how was the HDR update? Did that make a massive difference?
#11
BuzzDuraband
I purchased the 50" of this TV last week and I honestly have no complaints. Granted the Smart features are a tad on the slow side, but to be honest I use the Xbox One for features like that.
I'm not super tech minded when it comes to TVs, but the screen and quality are spot on for me. I'd be interested in hearing anybody's suggestions for a decent setup if they have any :)
Heated.

Where/How much? did u get an extended warranty?
[HUKD Deal Editor] 1 Like #12
otuwa
hey Buzz how was the HDR update? Did that make a massive difference?

To be honest mate, I've not used anything yet that utilises it.

I've not really done much with it. I'm discussing straight from the box usage. I must add that I did use the recently updated YouTube app (updated to support 4K) and it really did blow my mind. I currently have it running through a Yamaha RXV-671 which only supports 1080p, so when I get home tonight I'm going to run all the HDMI's direct to the TV from the sources and use ARC for the sound return, which I'm led to believe will give me a better viewing experience?
[HUKD Deal Editor]#13
exexpat
BuzzDuraband
I purchased the 50" of this TV last week and I honestly have no complaints. Granted the Smart features are a tad on the slow side, but to be honest I use the Xbox One for features like that.
I'm not super tech minded when it comes to TVs, but the screen and quality are spot on for me. I'd be interested in hearing anybody's suggestions for a decent setup if they have any :)
Heated.
Where/How much? did u get an extended warranty?

I paid £325 for the 50" from a store on the East coast. It was a brand new grade B, but it literally has no marks to the screen and/or bezel at all, it's mint.
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BuzzDuraband
exexpat
BuzzDuraband
I purchased the 50" of this TV last week and I honestly have no complaints. Granted the Smart features are a tad on the slow side, but to be honest I use the Xbox One for features like that.
I'm not super tech minded when it comes to TVs, but the screen and quality are spot on for me. I'd be interested in hearing anybody's suggestions for a decent setup if they have any :)
Heated.
Where/How much? did u get an extended warranty?
I paid £325 for the 50" from a store on the East coast. It was a brand new grade B, but it literally has no marks to the screen and/or bezel at all, it's mint.

Great price of course for you! I guess that price isn't worth an extended warranty?

Edited By: exexpat on Nov 20, 2016 15:36
[HUKD Deal Editor] 1 Like #15
exexpat
BuzzDuraband
exexpat
BuzzDuraband
I purchased the 50" of this TV last week and I honestly have no complaints. Granted the Smart features are a tad on the slow side, but to be honest I use the Xbox One for features like that.
I'm not super tech minded when it comes to TVs, but the screen and quality are spot on for me. I'd be interested in hearing anybody's suggestions for a decent setup if they have any :)
Heated.
Where/How much? did u get an extended warranty?
I paid £325 for the 50" from a store on the East coast. It was a brand new grade B, but it literally has no marks to the screen and/or bezel at all, it's mint.
Great price of course for you! I guess that price isn't worth an extended warranty?

Well it came with the standard 12 months warranty. If anything happens to it after that, I won't be overly peeved due to the price :)
#16
I have been watching this for a bit - Richer Sounds sell the same model with a 6 year warranty for £549.
My debate is whether to buy this now or hold out for them to drop to £499 with the longer warranty on black Friday.
1 Like #17
What the feet distance for this? Tempted to replace my electricity hungry Panasonic G20 :D
#18
How does this compare to the LG deal currently running from Costco? I appreciate that this is half the price but is the half as good? Am I better off spending more for the LG. Last time a bought a large panel TV was 8 years ago just lcd were becoming popular.
#19
I only play FIFA these days and I'm very picky when it comes to image quality. My mate has a few year old Samsung (top of the range) and fifa looks so bad on his xbox one compare to my ps4 connected to a 7 year old Sony TV.
#20
Register it in the Hisense site and you get an extra year of warranty.

The HDR is nice, check out the owners forum on AVForums, covers everything you would need to know.
#21
Might as well go Argos for this. Use code TVS10 to drop it to £476.10 then get 10% QuidCo too. If it tracks £428.49 net.
1 Like #22
I got this set last month in the warehouse deals and agree with Buzz that it is a fantastic bit of kit for the price. No motion blur with PS4, sky Q @ 10 bit looks great and the sound isn't bad either. I tried some suggested settings off of the avforums but tbh I'm happy with how it came out of the box!
1 Like #23
Happy days just bought this to replace an ageing Samsung plasma tv in the living room :).
#24
BuzzDuraband
otuwa
hey Buzz how was the HDR update? Did that make a massive difference?

To be honest mate, I've not used anything yet that utilises it.

I've not really done much with it. I'm discussing straight from the box usage. I must add that I did use the recently updated YouTube app (updated to support 4K) and it really did blow my mind. I currently have it running through a Yamaha RXV-671 which only supports 1080p, so when I get home tonight I'm going to run all the HDMI's direct to the TV from the sources and use ARC for the sound return, which I'm led to believe will give me a better viewing experience?


Let me know how you get on with ARC as the soundbar were using constantly disconnects and have to detect it using the tv settings.
#25
This 100Hz or 60Hz? I'm finding mixed results. Also anyone know what the input lag is like? Cheers.
#26
What's the space between feet?
#27
I play GTA on my Hisense TV and it's fine. Picture quality very similar to my mates Samsung.
#28
Thanks OP - I've been looking for this to come down, just ordered :)
#29
Excellent Price mate :) An extended warranty would have been the icing on the cake but sad thats not included :)
#30
For those interested in a slightly larger 4K Hisense TV but also with 3D (and a 6 year warranty), Richer Sound do the 58" version for £599. Hot for this size though :-)
#31
didn't know this set did 8bit hdr. Am semi tempted to get this to tie me over a few years for oled to make more sense.
#32
Will this fit on a 100cm wide stand? Thanks
#33
Superb! Was gonna get this for my parents for Xmas at £499.. this price makes it a steal!!
#34
Heat added, great price for a fab telly!
#35
Brilliant TV. Bought mine from Argos. Handy Netflix and YouTube buttons on the remote. The Netflix 4K is stunning!
#36
Can anyone provide some constructive feedback on how this TV would compare to LG 55UH668V, which can be seen here - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-55uh668v-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-55-led-tv-now-599-delivered-currys-2543092

Except the price ofc.

Edited By: Moens on Nov 20, 2016 21:25
1 Like #37
Moens there is only one way to decisively is to see both properly set up at this price range,the average Joe Bloggs probably could not tell the difference unless there is a gaming difference.Financially this dealis the best £ to the buck ?
#38
Maybe this sounds silly...this hisense or refurb samsung 55KS7000 from other thread?
#39
[/quote]hey buzz. whatnis it like for gaming... any motion blur etc. many thanks[/quote]
it has a game/pc mode which reduces lag however there's still about 25ms lag in that mode. Not great but not terrible either. I'd stay away from twitch shootrers with this.
#40
Hiltron09
Might as well go Argos for this. Use code TVS10 to drop it to £476.10 then get 10% QuidCo too. If it tracks £428.49 net.


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