Hisense M3300 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD Freeview Smart LED WiFi TV £449.10 @ Argos Ebay (Collection) - HotUKDeals
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Hisense M3300 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD Freeview Smart LED WiFi TV £449.10 @ Argos Ebay (Collection)

£449.10 @ eBay
Use code CEBAYARGOS at checkout for this price. Delivery will cost an extra £3.95 should you prefer. Experience TV like never before in glorious Ultra HD 4K resolution. With 4 times the detail of F… Read More
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Use code CEBAYARGOS at checkout for this price. Delivery will cost an extra £3.95 should you prefer.

Experience TV like never before in glorious Ultra HD 4K resolution. With 4 times the detail of Full HD see every detail with stunningly realistic picture quality and beautifully natural motion. Backed by the power of a quad core processor, powerful TruSurround Audio, futureproof 4K technologies (including HDMI 2.0, HEVC, USB 3.0) and a wide variety of Smart apps you will never want to leave your living room.
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hass123
anyone else here for flamedeer?

Is anyone really that bothered about them any more?
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anyone else here for flamedeer?
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afroylnt
pimpMe
delusion

Anyone know what sort of power lead this brand uses?
Just your bog standard kettle lead.
Hope we don't start getting 4k kettles.......
What if you download from 'Steam'
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So much bull**** surrounding the HDR fiasco.

In a nutshell, It's a wider contrast range and the 'standard' for this contrast range is still up in the air.

A 4k TV is a 4K TV, there is no difference in clarity provided by HDR or increase in resolution.

If you need a TV just buy one that fits your budget. They'll be pushing a new standard to try and get you plebs all rustled and buying new TVs in another 12 months anyways.

Heat for the deal, I'd buy this TV today if I was in the market for one.

Edited By: jimferno on Dec 11, 2016 10:38
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N1Andy
Why would you go for this when for £20 more you could get the far superior 55M6600?

I've thought of one reason, you didn't know the 55M6600 was better, so if you didn't you'd probably buy it. Anyone it's just how you phrased the question, there's definitely going to be people that don't know, most people don't know what the hell is going on anyway.

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#1
Heat added OP :)
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Great telly. Great price. Hisense are updating it often at the moment, too.
Great value.

Edited By: solid on Dec 10, 2016 14:42
1 Like #3
Why would you go for this when for £20 more you could get the far superior 55M6600?
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N1Andy
Why would you go for this when for £20 more you could get the far superior 55M6600?

I've thought of one reason, you didn't know the 55M6600 was better, so if you didn't you'd probably buy it. Anyone it's just how you phrased the question, there's definitely going to be people that don't know, most people don't know what the hell is going on anyway.
#5
N1Andy
Why would you go for this when for £20 more you could get the far superior 55M6600?

Have you a link for this?

Cheers
#6
Me007
N1Andy
Why would you go for this when for £20 more you could get the far superior 55M6600?
Have you a link for this?
Cheers

Guessing this http://ao.com/product/h55m6600-hisense-tv-silver-43679-108.aspx?cmredirectionvalue=6600

It is £20 more but this one has an extra 10% off so ends up £70 more.
2 Likes #7
A2DY_
Me007
N1Andy
Why would you go for this when for £20 more you could get the far superior 55M6600?
Have you a link for this?
Cheers
Guessing this http://ao.com/product/h55m6600-hisense-tv-silver-43679-108.aspx?cmredirectionvalue=6600
It is £20 more but this one has an extra 10% off so ends up £70 more.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hisense-h55m6600-55-smart-4k-ultra-hd-with-hdr-curved-tv-silver-469-ao-2571731?p=29465149

The $449 is post 10%off voucher (it's actually £499 to start), so it is £20 difference.......or am I missing something?

*Sorry, just seen you didn't take into account the £50 AO code as you were linking direct.



Edited By: N1Andy on Dec 10, 2016 15:51
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anyone else here for flamedeer?
1 Like #9
some people prefer a flat screen rather than the curved as the curve screen can distort the image.
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N1Andy
A2DY_
Me007
N1Andy
Why would you go for this when for £20 more you could get the far superior 55M6600?
Have you a link for this?
Cheers
Guessing this http://ao.com/product/h55m6600-hisense-tv-silver-43679-108.aspx?cmredirectionvalue=6600
It is £20 more but this one has an extra 10% off so ends up £70 more.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hisense-h55m6600-55-smart-4k-ultra-hd-with-hdr-curved-tv-silver-469-ao-2571731?p=29465149
The $449 is post 10%off voucher (it's actually £499 to start), so it is £20 difference.......or am I missing something?
*Sorry, just seen you didn't take into account the £50 AO code as you were linking direct.

Ah didn't see the code. Then agree 6600 is worth the £20 if you want curved.

Personally I prefer flat screen.

Edited By: A2DY_ on Dec 10, 2016 15:55
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hass123
anyone else here for flamedeer?
yarp
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sdk72
hass123
anyone else here for flamedeer?
yarp
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand a white candycane just appeared :(
#13
Heat added! :)
3 Likes #14
Got one of these, it's not good.
#15
hass123
sdk72
hass123
anyone else here for flamedeer?
yarp
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand a white candycane just appeared :(
not here it didnt :(
#16
sdk72
hass123
sdk72
hass123
anyone else here for flamedeer?
yarp
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand a white candycane just appeared :(
not here it didnt :(
a deer free zone for me too
1 Like #17
Brilliant TV for the money. We have a 55" 4K Hisense and it's been great.
#18
Was going to spend up to 1k for a tv, but now tempted to go for something like this and then upgrade my ps4 and av receiver!

Anyone know what sort of power lead this brand uses?
1 Like #19
Got this... would recommend
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hass123
anyone else here for flamedeer?

Is anyone really that bothered about them any more?
1 Like #21
nice
2 Likes #22
delusion

Anyone know what sort of power lead this brand uses?
Just your bog standard kettle lead.
1 Like #23
Great price
#24
Can you click and collect with argos ebay?

Edit: Not in Northern Ireland it seems (for this item anyway), unless I'm already too late.


Edited By: noCommit on Dec 10, 2016 20:21: further info
2 Likes #25
pimpMe
delusion

Anyone know what sort of power lead this brand uses?
Just your bog standard kettle lead.
Hope we don't start getting 4k kettles.......
#26
Are any of the hisense tvs true 10bit panels?
#27
HDR on this TV?
12 Likes #28
afroylnt
pimpMe
delusion

Anyone know what sort of power lead this brand uses?
Just your bog standard kettle lead.
Hope we don't start getting 4k kettles.......
What if you download from 'Steam'
#29
hass123
anyone else here for flamedeer?


i
#30
nice spot
#32
Thanks!
#33
Never heard of hisense, are they better than Bush?
1 Like #34
No HDR on this model. Yes there is a firmware that adds HDR compatibility but the panel itself is only 8bit not 10bit. So not capable of HDR contrast or graduations. Effectively the same as all other 4k non HDR sets really.

I compared it to my Finlux out of curiosity (mines actually the 49" version) but I compared the 55" to see power efficiency values.

http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/91ebc6b9
1 Like #35
Flubit have offered it for £438.05.... I don't even need a TV, but that's tempting!
1 Like #36
captainbeaky
sdk72
hass123
sdk72
hass123
anyone else here for flamedeer?
yarp
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand a white candycane just appeared :(
not here it didnt :(
a deer free zone for me too
Just caught a white candy cane here
#37
My understanding is that anything titled an SUHD is a 10 bit panel. Is that right?
#38
BigDaveH
My understanding is that anything titled an SUHD is a 10 bit panel. Is that right?


Yes
1 Like #39
BigDaveH
My understanding is that anything titled an SUHD is a 10 bit panel. Is that right?
Isn't that a Samsung only term?
#40
Glad to see that everyone appears to be as confused as me.
HDR refers to black and white levels I think.
It's a shame that people are buying new TVs thinking they're 4k.
Very similar to the 1080p 1080i and 720p saga.

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