HISENSE LTDN58K700 58 inch 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV Freeview HD 1000Hz @ Richer Sounds 6yr Warranty £599.00 - HotUKDeals
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HISENSE LTDN58K700 58 inch 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart LED TV Freeview HD 1000Hz @ Richer Sounds 6yr Warranty £599.00

£599.00 @ Richer Sounds
Be totally immersed in TV, with the 3D, 4K, 58 inch Hisense LTDN58K700xwtseu Fabulous 4K on the big screen The bigger the screen the greater the difference 4K makes, so on this 58" stunner, it's a… Read More
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Be totally immersed in TV, with the 3D, 4K, 58 inch Hisense LTDN58K700xwtseu

Fabulous 4K on the big screen
The bigger the screen the greater the difference 4K makes, so on this 58" stunner, it's a big difference! With four times the resolution of Full 1080p HD, 4K (UHD) TV offers stunning detail and resolution for totally life-like realism. Even without a native 4K UHD signal, UHD upscaling means that you can scale up an ordinary HD signal to make the best of the screen. Get Netflix 4K or other 4K content and the image just keeps getting better.

Hisense 3D for a thrilling experience
Once you've experienced 3D TV, ordinary TV just never seems quite the same. Images appear to occupy the space behind the screen as well as 'reaching out' into the room. For a totally immersive TV experience, 3D still takes some beating. One pair of 3D glasses is included to get you started.

Powerful processing
Packing a Quad Core processor, the Hisense is a powerful performer with Smart content, too. Connect up to your home network by Ethernet or Wi-Fi and enjoy access to a wide range of apps including favourites such as Netflix, YouTube and Twitter. A built-in web browser and DLNA compatibility lets you browse and stream to your heart's content.

Socket to 'em
Four HDMI sockets means this TV is every bit as well connected as the big-name TVs. Two of these sockets are the latest HDMI 2.0 version and the Hisense is also compatible with HEVC, meaning that it can stream Netflix 4K with ease. Other connections include no fewer than three USB sockets, one of which is the latest USB 3.0 version for a high speed link. Throw in an optical connection for a soundbar/base and you've got everything you need in a 4K TV.

Fantastic Freeview HD
It might be some way behind 4K, but Freeview HD is still a huge step-up on regular Freeview TV. If you're not using Sky, Virgin, BT or another digital TV provider, Freeview HD is the way to go for free-to-access digital TV through your existing aerial. Compared to standard Freeview, images are far more detailed, with rich colour and enhanced realism.

PVR USB
One of the USB sockets lets you connect up a USB memory stick to use as a PVR. PVR stands for Personal Video Recorder and lets you record TV programmes via the set's Electronic Programme Guide. It can also pause live TV - just like a subscription based set-top box.

Enjoy the bigger picture, with this Hisense beauty.
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sam_of_london
peympeym
Never heard of Hisense before till last couple of months. How does this brand compare to Samsung, LG and Sony? Is it just a rebrand of another manufacturer?



I have known it for more than 10yrs


all hail Sam of London, knower of brands..
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sam_of_london
mxer450
Be interested on reviews on SD broadcast through HD box HDMI
Sd and HD are finished. Now it uhd or 4k. You seem to have missed the train

Really..?? How much broadcast 4k is there around? Actually how much broadcast 1080p even is there around?....nope not much.

More like you are at the station waiting for a train that's not going to arrive for 2-3 more years.

At the moment a 4k TV with a good quality upscaler fpr SD and HD is more important than HDR if you want to watch Broadcast material but as usual everyone is obsessed by the specs rather than the picture quality...
10 Likes
This'll look good with my wall mounted on it X)



Aren't some of the more known brands just re badged anyway?

Edited By: Apogee00 on Oct 11, 2016 10:14
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Is this HDR...proper HDR?

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#1
any difference in functionality and quality between this and the 55m5500? the sizes aren't too different

cheers
#2
Me too, buying the 5000 65 soon
1 Like #3
Never heard of Hisense before till last couple of months. How does this brand compare to Samsung, LG and Sony? Is it just a rebrand of another manufacturer?
2 Likes #4
peympeym
Never heard of Hisense before till last couple of months. How does this brand compare to Samsung, LG and Sony? Is it just a rebrand of another manufacturer?

Massive company especially in Asia coming here now and even sponsoring football. Supposedly they are on par with the traditional companies making their own TVs.
10 Likes #5
This'll look good with my wall mounted on it X)



Aren't some of the more known brands just re badged anyway?

Edited By: Apogee00 on Oct 11, 2016 10:14
3 Likes #6
To increase sales they should offer brand deletion so the Hisense brand is not visible ;)
#7
As anyone got this TV? Lots of reports of motion blur with 720 and 1080 - is it an issue?
1 Like #8
Hi

how does this compare to the

Hisense 55M7000
or
55m5500

cheers
#9
Plenty of tv deals about at the mo ... heat heat heat
1 Like #10
Just ordered, Thanks for the heads up. <3
#11
these are so good! A lot of Tv for money! <3
1 Like #12
Trouble with this one and few other big tvs is the feet are so far apart - if you are planning on putting this TV on a stand it's going to have to be seriously long...

How much are wall mounts for this beast?
1 Like #13
Awaits

"How many bits is this"?

and

"Is this HDR......proper HDR"?
8 Likes #14
Is this HDR...proper HDR?
1 Like #15
dont think this tv has hdr
#16
more than likely has a update for tv to make it hdr
1 Like #17
Weird stand - won't fit most tv stands - central base much better
#18
Common Sense
To increase sales they should offer brand deletion so the Hisense brand is not visible ;)

Just get a Sony sticker and stick it on top.
#19
Be interested on reviews on SD broadcast through HD box HDMI
#20
peympeym
Never heard of Hisense before till last couple of months. How does this brand compare to Samsung, LG and Sony? Is it just a rebrand of another manufacturer?



I have known it for more than 10yrs
1 Like #21
mxer450
Be interested on reviews on SD broadcast through HD box HDMI


Sd and HD are finished. Now it uhd or 4k. You seem to have missed the train
#22
Hisense. X)
54 Likes #23
sam_of_london
peympeym
Never heard of Hisense before till last couple of months. How does this brand compare to Samsung, LG and Sony? Is it just a rebrand of another manufacturer?



I have known it for more than 10yrs


all hail Sam of London, knower of brands..
#24
sam_of_london
mxer450
Be interested on reviews on SD broadcast through HD box HDMI
Sd and HD are finished. Now it uhd or 4k. You seem to have missed the train

Having sky 4k is not what I would call cheap please don't come out and say netflix 4k are its still not upto par.
3 Likes #25
peympeym
Never heard of Hisense before till last couple of months. How does this brand compare to Samsung, LG and Sony? Is it just a rebrand of another manufacturer?

Probably the largest white goods and appliances manufacturer in China. Revenues over USD4bn last year. Summary of financials here:

http://markets.ft.com/data/equities/tearsheet/profile?s=600060:SHH

In terms of picture quality this TV is probably one notch below top end Samsung or LCD TVs but boy are you getting a lot for less than half the price, at £600 quid and with a 6 year guarantee thrown in from the likes of Richer Sounds.

Heat from me. A great TV for the price. Only minor niggle is RS have a habit of not stocking these huge TVs online so you have to ring around stores and in this case probably hire a van unless you've got a mutha of a motor to carry it in.

Edited By: hcc27 on Oct 11, 2016 15:57
#26
Nice ....

Let see if there is any left
#28
OrigamiNinja
Awaits
"How many bits is this"?
and
"Is this HDR......proper HDR"?
I think it is 9 bit
#29
Ignoring the 4K, if I was just looking for a decent sized full HD TV would this be a good alternative to other 50+ inch TV's out there?
#30
How easily can you avoid the "smart" stuff on this TV? All I want is to view stuff a single input without the panel having to boot into some OS just to do so.
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sam_of_london
mxer450
Be interested on reviews on SD broadcast through HD box HDMI
Sd and HD are finished. Now it uhd or 4k. You seem to have missed the train
Trains won't be showing 4k for years; also the 4k/UHD feeds train is too expensive for many people and can't say where its going for sure right now.

Many people have no 4k or UHD feeds so not having 4k/UHD is a non issue; wait for standards to become actual standards over the next 18 months before buying specifically for 4k/UHD.


Edited By: afroylnt on Oct 11, 2016 17:11
#32
Local RS told me you will struggle to get these......I would have pulled the trigger if they had it.....Belfast that is BTW
#33
Horrible cheap looking old style remote, and I hate it when they put the stands at the ends. At least on some tvs when they do that, you can slide them in towards the centre somewhat.
#34
sam_of_london
mxer450
Be interested on reviews on SD broadcast through HD box HDMI
Sd and HD are finished. Now it uhd or 4k. You seem to have missed the train


I just wanna watch telly. lol...
12 Likes #35
sam_of_london
mxer450
Be interested on reviews on SD broadcast through HD box HDMI
Sd and HD are finished. Now it uhd or 4k. You seem to have missed the train

Really..?? How much broadcast 4k is there around? Actually how much broadcast 1080p even is there around?....nope not much.

More like you are at the station waiting for a train that's not going to arrive for 2-3 more years.

At the moment a 4k TV with a good quality upscaler fpr SD and HD is more important than HDR if you want to watch Broadcast material but as usual everyone is obsessed by the specs rather than the picture quality...
2 Likes #36
mxer450
sam_of_london
mxer450
Be interested on reviews on SD broadcast through HD box HDMI
Sd and HD are finished. Now it uhd or 4k. You seem to have missed the train

I just wanna watch telly. lol...

Look at the Samsungs If you just want to watch broadcast TV....best upscalers in the current Gen by a long way...(even the 2015 4K models as they are good bargains at the moment and use the same upscaling chipset as the 2016 models)
#37
how is Hisense compared to Sony and Samsung?
1 Like #38
Uridium
mxer450
sam_of_london
mxer450
Be interested on reviews on SD broadcast through HD box HDMI
Sd and HD are finished. Now it uhd or 4k. You seem to have missed the train
I just wanna watch telly. lol...
Look at the Samsungs If you just want to watch broadcast TV....best upscalers in the current Gen by a long way...(even the 2015 4K models as they are good bargains at the moment and use the same upscaling chipset as the 2016 models)


That's my problem, I have a Panasonic 42 lcd and it's absolutely Crystal on all channels, last thing I want is a TV that's all blocky and digital just because it's made for 4k hdr 3d etc, it's not reality for me. Thanks for the input..

Don't know if I could buy a Samsung tho, eek
#39
mxer450
Uridium
mxer450
sam_of_london
mxer450
Be interested on reviews on SD broadcast through HD box HDMI
Sd and HD are finished. Now it uhd or 4k. You seem to have missed the train
I just wanna watch telly. lol...
Look at the Samsungs If you just want to watch broadcast TV....best upscalers in the current Gen by a long way...(even the 2015 4K models as they are good bargains at the moment and use the same upscaling chipset as the 2016 models)


That's my problem, I have a Panasonic 42 lcd and it's absolutely Crystal on all channels, last thing I want is a TV that's all blocky and digital just because it's made for 4k hdr 3d etc, it's not reality for me. Thanks for the input..

Don't know if I could buy a Samsung tho, eek


Get the Samsung ue55js9000
#40
Good bang for your buck as long as your not interested in HDR;this tv will accept future HDR signals but cant process them so it will display them as SDR

Edited By: kaiser051 on Oct 11, 2016 20:18

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