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This was last posted around £469 I think and I was looking at this yesterday. Today it has dropped to £399.
There's been a lot of discussion around Hisense recently and seems to be getting some decent reviews
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It's all about that 6 year warranty imo. Especially given the make (although a huge company) is a bit of an unknown quantity. Heat added. Great deal. No idea why I even look at these TV threads as my fantastic (6 year old) FHD plasma steadfastly refuses to meet its maker.


Edited By: bellboys on Apr 18, 2016 16:51

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1 Like #1
Thanks for adding the picture whoever did.

The lowest previosuly posted was the same price from AO.com 3 weeks ago but only with 2 years warranty and expired so I guess out of stock.
2 Likes #2
I have one, excellent value and picture
#3
I'm going to have a look at one in the flesh. I'm really tempted, my current tv is a 40" Samsung and no more than about 25mm thick so really tidy on the wall and this one is 80mm which is a big difference. It's such a bargain though! I'm in the market for a 50" 4k tv and pretty flexible budget wise (prob do't want to spend more than £1000 though). I can live without 3D as haven't watched a 3D film in over a year.
Anyone know if I also have to change the AV receiver to one with 4K passthrough as well? My current one doesn't have this.
#4
Jimmyboy
I'm going to have a look at one in the flesh. I'm really tempted, my current tv is a 40" Samsung and no more than about 25mm thick so really tidy on the wall and this one is 80mm which is a big difference. It's such a bargain though! I'm in the market for a 50" 4k tv and pretty flexible budget wise (prob do't want to spend more than £1000 though). I can live without 3D as haven't watched a 3D film in over a year.
Anyone know if I also have to change the AV receiver to one with 4K passthrough as well? My current one doesn't have this.

Most non-4k av receivers won't passthrough a 4k signal.

Which samsung TV do you have? You may find that this is a significant drop in quality if you have a high end samsung 40".
#5
Got one of these from AO a few weeks ago. Very pleased with it.
#6
bma1445
Jimmyboy
I'm going to have a look at one in the flesh. I'm really tempted, my current tv is a 40" Samsung and no more than about 25mm thick so really tidy on the wall and this one is 80mm which is a big difference. It's such a bargain though! I'm in the market for a 50" 4k tv and pretty flexible budget wise (prob do't want to spend more than £1000 though). I can live without 3D as haven't watched a 3D film in over a year.
Anyone know if I also have to change the AV receiver to one with 4K passthrough as well? My current one doesn't have this.
Most non-4k av receivers won't passthrough a 4k signal.
Which samsung TV do you have? You may find that this is a significant drop in quality if you have a high end samsung 40".
Thanks. I bought the Samsung from Richer Sounds about 5 years ago. I Googled the model number at the time and there was no reviews or anything on it. The only thing I could find was something on the Polish Samsung site (I think).
#7
was £343 on amazon once, but out of stock now.
2 Likes #8
bma1445
Jimmyboy
I'm going to have a look at one in the flesh. I'm really tempted, my current tv is a 40" Samsung and no more than about 25mm thick so really tidy on the wall and this one is 80mm which is a big difference. It's such a bargain though! I'm in the market for a 50" 4k tv and pretty flexible budget wise (prob do't want to spend more than £1000 though). I can live without 3D as haven't watched a 3D film in over a year.
Anyone know if I also have to change the AV receiver to one with 4K passthrough as well? My current one doesn't have this.
Most non-4k av receivers won't passthrough a 4k signal.
Which samsung TV do you have? You may find that this is a significant drop in quality if you have a high end samsung 40".
That's why all the 4K Bluray players will have twin output HDMI's, one directly to the TV and one to the amp for sound only. Yes it takes an extra HDMI lead but at least you don't need to upgrade the amp.
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It's all about that 6 year warranty imo. Especially given the make (although a huge company) is a bit of an unknown quantity. Heat added. Great deal. No idea why I even look at these TV threads as my fantastic (6 year old) FHD plasma steadfastly refuses to meet its maker.


Edited By: bellboys on Apr 18, 2016 16:51
3 Likes #10
Any good for Ps4?
#11
bellboys
It's all about that 6 year warranty imo. Especially given the make (although a huge company) is a bit of an unknown quantity. Heat added. Great deal. No idea why I even look at these TV threads as my fantastic (6 year old) FHD plasma steadfastly refuses to meet its maker.

They must be good if they sponsor RBR. After all look what happened when someone produced something rubbish for them *cough* Renault *cough*. I've heard loads of good things about them via amazon.
4 Likes #12
bellboys
No idea why I even look at these TV threads as my fantastic (6 year old) FHD plasma steadfastly refuses to meet its maker.

Same here, I keep thinking about pushing my Samsung off the TV stand. I don't really need a 4K TV, but by God do I want one!
#13
Most non-4k av receivers won't passthrough a 4k signal.
Which samsung TV do you have? You may find that this is a significant drop in quality if you have a high end samsung 40".[/quote]
I have a SONY 50" 3d smart tv that I am considering in getting rid for a 4k maybe the Hisense would I not appreciate the upgrade?
1 Like #14
bellboys
It's all about that 6 year warranty imo. Especially given the make (although a huge company) is a bit of an unknown quantity. Heat added. Great deal. No idea why I even look at these TV threads as my fantastic (6 year old) FHD plasma steadfastly refuses to meet its maker.


cos plasmas are still ace :)
2 Likes #15
HiSense, makes No Sense, If you think you, will save a few Pence,
Get a Samsung or a Sony, A better investment for your Mo'ney.
1 Like #16
getmeone
HiSense, makes No Sense, If you think you, will save a few Pence,
Get a Samsung or a Sony, A better investment for your Mo'ney.


What exactly are you basing this on??

I've seen some absolute rubbish pictures on low end Samsung and Sony TVs. It's not until you get to the 1k mark that they become decent.
#17
2015
getmeone
HiSense, makes No Sense, If you think you, will save a few Pence,
Get a Samsung or a Sony, A better investment for your Mo'ney.
What exactly are you basing this on??
I've seen some absolute rubbish pictures on low end Samsung and Sony TVs. It's not until you get to the 1k mark that they become decent.

This is right, it really depends on the model. If you're coming from a budget Samsung, this will be better. If you're coming from an F8000 - look elsewhere.
#18
Tempted for bedroom tv, im not replacing my panny plasma commercial panel ever!
#19
Cakeboy79
bellboys
No idea why I even look at these TV threads as my fantastic (6 year old) FHD plasma steadfastly refuses to meet its maker.
Same here, I keep thinking about pushing my Samsung off the TV stand. I don't really need a 4K TV, but by God do I want one!
Ha ha. ... it's not just me then! !! I mentioned it to the missus and she went on about we need a new sofa first.... not if I have my way....trying to hold on until the European championships. Hopefully some good deals will pop up... till then I'll keep reading .....
#20
Nice - want it, don't need it...
Heat added!
#21
Great reviews on Amazon for Hisense TVs

They are big in Germany I think!
Saw the a Dortmund game over there .... Lots of advertising
2 Likes #22
Bambie legs
Cakeboy79
bellboys
No idea why I even look at these TV threads as my fantastic (6 year old) FHD plasma steadfastly refuses to meet its maker.
Same here, I keep thinking about pushing my Samsung off the TV stand. I don't really need a 4K TV, but by God do I want one!
Ha ha. ... it's not just me then! !! I mentioned it to the missus and she went on about we need a new sofa first.... not if I have my way....trying to hold on until the European championships. Hopefully some good deals will pop up... till then I'll keep reading .....

It's a pity your TV fell over, broke and the glass ripped the sofa. 'Insurance? Yes, I've had an accident'
#23
getmeone
HiSense, makes No Sense, If you think you, will save a few Pence,
Get a Samsung or a Sony, A better investment for your Mo'ney.

Really? I paid £299 for a 40" 4k Hisense from JLewis and am very happy with it. Which model have you got?
2 Likes #24
getmeone
HiSense, makes No Sense, If you think you, will save a few Pence,
Get a Samsung or a Sony, A better investment for your Mo'ney.

Got to say you're acting radge, why pay extra for a badge? The pic will knock your socks off, Hisense build quality rocks even better with seventy quid off.
#25
getmeone
HiSense, makes No Sense, If you think you, will save a few Pence,
Get a Samsung or a Sony, A better investment for your Mo'ney.
You're living in dreamworld if you think any Samsung or Sony near this price point will be anywhere near as good matey.
#26
Only downside with RS is when something drops in price and goes to store only it usually means that it's the last dregs and its often open boxed or ex display they are clearing out.
2 Likes #27
Gonna have to jump in here......

I have always had Samsungs, Sonys etc in the past and been extremely pleased with them - I still have a 60 inch Samsung in the lounge. However I did my bedroom last year and bought a 50inch 4k Hisense as it was on offer from Amazon.

It is AWESOME ! The 4K from built in Netflix is sublime - 1080 picture from PC is SUBLIME - Pic from Wii u and 4k from Nvidia shield tv is FANTASTIC.

If a 60 inch comes on offer then the Samsung is history.............

Dave
1 Like #28
Anyone with more knowledge than me think when buying a 4k TV you should go with one which has HDR? This seems to be only on around £700+ models
#29
I got one of these at the weekend to replace the old bedroom plasma.im really impressed with the picture quality don't think my 4k Samsung 8000 series is that much better.the smart menu on the hisense was a little slow until a system update was installed and worked like a charm From then on.As for gaming on the Xbox one I didn't notice Any lag and that's without turning any game mode on.im really pleased with it for the money so hot from me.
1 Like #30
This was the entry level 2015 Hisense model so you gets what you pays for - reviews of this TV suggests some issues with the picture, esp when viewing from an angle

http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/televisions/hisense-ltdn50k321uwt-1313446/review

http://www.trustedreviews.com/hisense-ltdn50k321uwt-review

above reviews both by John Archer of Home Cinema Choice, hence the similarities

https://www.avforums.com/review/hisense-55k321-LTDN55K321UWTSEU-4k-uhd-tv-review.12122 (55 inch version)

Note, the TV also goes under the catchy moniker of the UB50EC591UWTSEU - essentially referred to as the K321 :

http://hisense.co.uk/electronics/tvs/ltdn50k321uwtseu-ub50ec591uwtseu

This won't get an HDR update by all accounts.

For the price, though, none too shabby and a great (if not large) bedroom/kitchen TV, but worth spending a few bob more for a living room model


Edited By: clayts on Apr 18, 2016 22:22: error
1 Like #31
50in in the bedroom? Mrs VillageIdiot will be very demanding if she hears that! In all seriousness, get the tech out of the bedroom and get some quality sleep.
#32
2015
getmeone
HiSense, makes No Sense, If you think you, will save a few Pence,
Get a Samsung or a Sony, A better investment for your Mo'ney.
What exactly are you basing this on??
I've seen some absolute rubbish pictures on low end Samsung and Sony TVs. It's not until you get to the 1k mark that they become decent.
37 years in the industry, including development work on the first Optical Discs. You?
1 Like #33
getmeone
2015
getmeone
HiSense, makes No Sense, If you think you, will save a few Pence,
Get a Samsung or a Sony, A better investment for your Mo'ney.
What exactly are you basing this on??
I've seen some absolute rubbish pictures on low end Samsung and Sony TVs. It's not until you get to the 1k mark that they become decent.
37 years in the industry, including development work on the first Optical Discs. You?
What industry, coal? which optical discs, the 1930s ones? the 1950s ones? the 1970s ones?
#34
HovisBread
Any good for Ps4?


​same here.
#35
I got one from AO.com and very happy with it. Plex is a little temperamental.
#36
Jimmyboy
Anyone know if I also have to change the AV receiver to one with 4K passthrough as well? My current one doesn't have this.

my av does 4k passthrough, but it isnt hdcp2.2 compliant, which means anything 4k from netflix or amazon wont play. so be careful what you upgrade to.
#37
Jimmyboy
Anyone with more knowledge than me think when buying a 4k TV you should go with one which has HDR? This seems to be only on around £700+ models
It's like having 3D on a TV, its a feature that isn't required to have for UHD but a nice addition.
#38
Markgranto
Jimmyboy
Anyone know if I also have to change the AV receiver to one with 4K passthrough as well? My current one doesn't have this.
my av does 4k passthrough, but it isnt hdcp2.2 compliant, which means anything 4k from netflix or amazon wont play. so be careful what you upgrade to.
but aren't those apps run directly on the TV with the sound ARC'ed out to the amp so will run just fine?
#39
Jimmyboy
but aren't those apps run directly on the TV with the sound ARC'ed out to the amp so will run just fine?

In fact yes you are 100% correct, ignore me, forgetting i use my nvidia shield via my av receiver to my 4k tv and that doesnt work. doh!
#40
well if anyone in the north west is thinking of upgrading their current set then I'd be interested in buying yours off you. no 'accidents' need to happen X)

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