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Ao.com Hisense HE65K5510UWTS 65" Freeview HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Black 709.00 with code LARGESCREEN40

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Use code LARGESCREEN40 This 65 inch TV from Hisense is Ultra HD Certified with 4K upscaling, so it delivers stunning images. 4K resolution means you’ll enjoy outstanding picture quality as it has 4 t… Read More
Use code LARGESCREEN40 This 65 inch TV from Hisense is Ultra HD Certified with 4K upscaling, so it delivers stunning images. 4K resolution means you’ll enjoy outstanding picture quality as it has 4 t…
discoman2016 Avatar5h, 40m agoFound 5 hours, 40 minutes ago2 Comments
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linhang90
rather pay a bit more for the h65m7000
do u get 5 or 6 year Guarantee at that price point? £859

Edited By: discoman2016 on May 27, 2017 00:22
rather pay a bit more for the h65m7000
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LG 49UH770V 49" Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV £489.00 ao.com with code

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pavel76 Avatar6h, 47m agoFound 6 hours, 47 minutes agoAdd Comment
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Sharp 43 Inch LC-43CUG8462KS 4k UHD LED Smart TV With Freeview HD £279.00 @ Tesco

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Code - TDX-HKFY Greatly enhance your home entertainment choice with the Sharp LC-43CUG8462KS Ultra HD Smart LED TV. The latest image technology pairs with high-quality sound, subscription-free TV o… Read More
Code - TDX-HKFY Greatly enhance your home entertainment choice with the Sharp LC-43CUG8462KS Ultra HD Smart LED TV. The latest image technology pairs with high-quality sound, subscription-free TV o…
killstreak Avatar7h, 53m agoFound 7 hours, 53 minutes ago9 Comments
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afroylnt
Sound quality of my sharp 32 is very poor. I would avoid this and spend a bit more.
Does it claim to have Harman Kardon sound technology like this model? One review says sound is great, another says soundbar would be needed.
red_devil5
AndyRoyd
4k on a 43" screen offers no real resolution benefit compared to 1080 unless used as a monitor or laptov, the latter being kinda impractical. That said, seems reasonable price for a UMC.
There is a 49" for £299 after the code - arguably a better deal?
Certainly beneficial if watching 4k from reasonable viewing distance.
red_devil5
There is a 49" for £299 after the code - arguably a better deal?


Sorry - link is

https://www.tesco.com/direct/sharp-49in-lc-49cug8362ks-4k-ultra-hd-smart-led-tv-with-freeview-hd/398-6559.prd?skuId=398-6559&pageLevel=sku
AndyRoyd
4k on a 43" screen offers no real resolution benefit compared to 1080 unless used as a monitor or laptov, the latter being kinda impractical. That said, seems reasonable price for a UMC.


There is a 49" for £299 after the code - arguably a better deal?
Sound quality of my sharp 32 is very poor. I would avoid this and spend a bit more.
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Hisense H65M7000 65 inch HDR Widescreen 4K Smart LED TV with Freeview HD - Silver £899.00 Amazon

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Great deal for this 65" TV. You can save another £10 if you're willing to sign up to the credit card upon checkout. Read More
Great deal for this 65" TV. You can save another £10 if you're willing to sign up to the credit card upon checkout.
Liketoeat Avatar15h, 9m agoFound 15 hours, 9 minutes ago11 Comments
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I had to return Samsung UE55KS7000 due to the black frame becoming lose, poor build quality
but wonder if John Lewis or Richer Sounds will price match Amazon
Why cold....heat from me added.
bradevosprint
This or the £1200 curved samsung?

This 100%. Bought the curved Samsung during Black Friday and returned it the next day. Build quality on the Samsung is absolutely terrible, the panel is GLUED to the frame and there's plenty of people that have had an issue of it coming apart.

After I returned I bought this Hisense for £1080 from AO and it's worth every single penny. Image quality is beautiful, 4K HDR via NVIDIA Shield TV looks amazing, and Uncharted 4 in HDR on PS4 was an amazing experience.
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ARGOS LG OLED55B6V OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD/Freesat HD, Harman/Kardon Sound & Blade Slim Design, UHD Premium £1,349.10 with code TVSAVE

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£1349.10 @ Argos
Use code TVSAVE to save 10% Sink into the audio-visual splendour of LG’s glorious HDR screen. As the brand’s eye-popping OLED panel is topped with colour-boosting High Dynamic Range, your content will… Read More
Use code TVSAVE to save 10% Sink into the audio-visual splendour of LG’s glorious HDR screen. As the brand’s eye-popping OLED panel is topped with colour-boosting High Dynamic Range, your content will…
discoman2016 Avatar16h, 41m agoFound 16 hours, 41 minutes ago34 Comments
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xflem
6 years maybe not, but if your buying a TV that was originally £3000 I'd expect it last 3-5 years minimum and any reasonable person would expect the same so a court would side with that on a claim
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If you think these companie will just refund a out of warranty TV if you spout the EU law then you are dreaming .You have to prove the fault was there when you bought it .Do you really want the stress involved or just buy from a company offering a decent warranty.
collectorcol
discoman2016
collectorcol
Yes abd they said no because of warranty difference.Still gutted I missed out on the £1,350 Currys deal because they matched it then withdrew the offer.
richer sounds should price matchhttps://images.hotukdeals.com/comments/content/Oj5yH/31023307.jpg
No. I spoke with them earlier and they won't match as Argos charge £170(odd) for a three year extended warranty.

Next time Currys have an offer I'll go with them as RS confirmed, and checked, the deal over the phone then called me back after the Currys voucher expired to withdraw the offer. Pretty shady.


Tried this code and it didn't work at RS
discoman2016
collectorcol
Yes abd they said no because of warranty difference.Still gutted I missed out on the £1,350 Currys deal because they matched it then withdrew the offer.
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No. I spoke with them earlier and they won't match as Argos charge £170(odd) for a three year extended warranty.

Next time Currys have an offer I'll go with them as RS confirmed, and checked, the deal over the phone then called me back after the Currys voucher expired to withdraw the offer. Pretty shady.
http://www.cramptonandmoore.co.uk/



Have this for £1399 brand new with 5 year warranty.
Buy from them or price match with Richersounds or John Lewis
collectorcol
Yes abd they said no because of warranty difference.Still gutted I missed out on the £1,350 Currys deal because they matched it then withdrew the offer.

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LG 49" Full HD 1080p LED TV with Freeview HD Delivered £369.00 @ Hughes Direct Amazon and Ebay Shop

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Link for Amazon FEATURES Energy Efficiency Class: A++On-Mode Power Consumption: 41wAnnual 60kWhDisplay Size: 49Screen Type: LEDWireless: Pixel Resolution: 1920 x 1080p Refresh Rate: 50 Sound Sy… Read More
Link for Amazon FEATURES Energy Efficiency Class: A++On-Mode Power Consumption: 41wAnnual 60kWhDisplay Size: 49Screen Type: LEDWireless: Pixel Resolution: 1920 x 1080p Refresh Rate: 50 Sound Sy…
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linhang90
1080p?.. pay a bit more u'll get a 4K one

Totally agree


But there's harldy any 4k content out there atm?
linhang90
1080p?.. pay a bit more u'll get a 4K one

Totally agree
shaunwillo
Rather then off eBay, I would go for same one from Amazon - decent deal though. https://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-49LH541V-1080p-Freeview-Model/dp/B01D1MPIMS


1080p?.. pay a bit more u'll get a 4K one
Rather then off eBay, I would go for same one from Amazon - decent deal though. https://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-49LH541V-1080p-Freeview-Model/dp/B01D1MPIMS
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Samsung UE55KS7500 Curved SUHD HDR 1,000 4K Ultra HD Quantum Dot Smart TV, 55” with Freeview HD/Freesat HD & Branch Feet Design, UHD Premium £899.00 @ John Lewis

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Saw this deal... Seems a good one except it curved. I bought it for £969 from JL and liked it - both TV and service from JL Read More
Saw this deal... Seems a good one except it curved. I bought it for £969 from JL and liked it - both TV and service from JL
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Well I was not looking for a curved TV but wanted a KS series so went to have a look. I now own one. I think I can live with the curve. Thanks for the deal. Also I was told there are 400 in stock at the moment. The York store also had 2 new 55 KS8000 but they were £1300.
abigsmurf
flipfella
Not sure about curved but this could be the last chance to grab a 55 inch KS series. Thinking about it. Voted hot anyway

It's annoyed me no end that the 2017 replacement series (MUXXXX) is both inferior quality and more expensive.


is the MU the straight replacement? wow the MU range seems inferior in every sense.
Scorpion
/\ So true !

I'm still using a Panasonic 1080p plasma, but I'm reluctant to upgrade to a 4k OLED until things settle a little (much as they did once 1080p became established as the norm).
Wait for a TV that can truly display high dynamic range pictures, i.e. one that is capable of extremely high brightnesses, extremely dark blacks, and has enough bits of processing to be able to display those and everything in between.
Locknloadharry
DrBones
Locknloadharry
Curved TV's are for suckers.
It looks like the retailers are trying to bin them all.
Seems as though this TV is available in FLAT at £899.00 now, then for me this makes this TV worth at least £100 less.
I don't have a curved TV, but aren't they good in some cases?
I'm trying to think why those boffins at Samsung would have gone to the trouble of making a whole raft of curved tvs and never realised they were only good for the bin?
The manfacturer's of technology products need to "Titillate" the market constantly to keep you in the loop as revenue fodder or sheep, if you prefer.
Excellent posting, snipped. Just one thing: 1080i is not better than 720p, for several reasons. You have to limit vertical resolution with interlacing, or you will get flickering on sharp horizontal edges on cathode ray tubes. It is harder to compress interlaced than progressive signals, so for a given bit rate you will have more artifacts (a worse picture). And it causes problems with moving pictures when shown on progressive displays (in practice, everything except cathode ray tubes). Interlacing is a clever 1930s technology to overcome a problem with low frame rates on cathode ray tubes (large area flicker). It has no place in the digital world, but certain commercial interests forced its death to be postponed. A bigger number must be better, right? Marketing again!
/\ So true !

I'm still using a Panasonic 1080p plasma, but I'm reluctant to upgrade to a 4k OLED until things settle a little (much as they did once 1080p became established as the norm).
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Hisense H50M3300, 50 inch, 4K Ultra HD, Freeview HD, Smart TV £356.98, £406.98 + £50 cashback from very

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My first time posting a deal but I found the Hisense H50M3300, 50 inch, 4K Ultra HD, Freeview HD, Smart TV The tv is £399.99 from very but until the end of today there offering £50 back to your… Read More
My first time posting a deal but I found the Hisense H50M3300, 50 inch, 4K Ultra HD, Freeview HD, Smart TV The tv is £399.99 from very but until the end of today there offering £50 back to your…
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sluigi
£50 cashback only if you choose the 'Buy now pay later' option, and when you look into it, they charge interest on that option. So unless the interest is less than £50 on your purchase, they are not actually giving you the cashback. You can avoid the interest if you pay the full amount within the credit agreement term. Representative 39.9% APR variable.



You don't pay interest on the buy now pay later. If you pay for the item before the end of the term it is interest free.
Offer excludes Apple products, Sale Items, Financial products, delivery and other promotional offers. Ends Sunday 28th May 2017. Click for full T&C's >

might not get £50 off it say it excludes sale item
philmitchell
Use code LMVQT and get it for £333.99 .

thank you ! i am trying.
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Use code LMVQT and get it for £333.99 .
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Hisense H55M3300, 55 inch, 4K Ultra HD, HDR, Freeview HD, Smart TV £436.98 - Very.co.uk

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Hisense H55M3300, 55 inch, 4K Ultra HD, HDR, Freeview HD, Smart TV On very for £479.99 Then buy now pay later for £50 credit to account added £6.99 for delivery Total £436.98 I have used topcas… Read More
Hisense H55M3300, 55 inch, 4K Ultra HD, HDR, Freeview HD, Smart TV On very for £479.99 Then buy now pay later for £50 credit to account added £6.99 for delivery Total £436.98 I have used topcas…
bennybentley Avatar1d, 18h agoFound 1 day, 18 hours ago16 Comments
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It was on offer for £333 from Asda, so thought it was a good price 18 months ago. Picture quality is OK but I will probably upgrade soon.
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djh1975
I probably won't buy Hisense again when I replace my current TV.
Why?
To be fair my Hisense does play up a little. I have the 49" variant of this model I believe (4K and HDR even though doesn't mention HDR) and sometimes when using my PS4 Pro it gets weirdly framey. Not the game but the TV itself, i.e UI animations will start being visually below whatever frame rate they are suppose to play at, and start to have micro-strutters, hangs.

For the price, it is insane value for money, and whenever I have and issue a quick change of channel or moving the HDMI fixes it. For what you pay it is hard to find better.
djh1975
I probably won't buy Hisense again when I replace my current TV.

Why?
I probably won't buy Hisense again when I replace my current TV.
Rubbish! I have had the 58" Hisense for 18 months. Brilliant TV, no problems.
Apogee00
haritori
linhang90
will this be a better tv than the 49" curved (ku6670)samsung tv thats getting hot now regardless size?
No, while the picture of this set gets good reviews, the issues lie in the software on the Hi Sense TV's
They seem to be a good buy and they are for a budget option.. you will though find the software on the set slow and even boot-up times can be in the minutes.
The samsung sets are pretty quick software wise, and offer more compatability with things catchup and streaming, Now TV, Prime etc..
Nothing wrong with the software on mine and boot ups literally 10 seconds. Can't fault it actually
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SAMSUNG UE65KS9000 65 inch Curved 4K Quantum Dot Ultra HD Premium Smart LED TV Freeview HD Freesat HD £1,299.00 @ Richer sounds

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*Claim up to £400 cashback on this product when you purchase a Samsung soundbar (£100), wireless subwoofer (£200) and UHD Blu-ray player (£100). See link above for full details. Offer ends 30/04/18 Read More
*Claim up to £400 cashback on this product when you purchase a Samsung soundbar (£100), wireless subwoofer (£200) and UHD Blu-ray player (£100). See link above for full details. Offer ends 30/04/18
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Prime_specter
limited availability and not the cheapest either.
I paid this for my 65KS9000 and I thought that was sale of the century.
Keen to know where this is cheaper (and I don't mean £200 more expensive with £400 worth of stuff I don't want --- that'll sell on ebay for £80)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue65ks9000-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-65-curved-led-tv-with-5-years-warranty-2699324?page=3#comments
Prime_specter
limited availability and not the cheapest either.


I paid this for my 65KS9000 and I thought that was sale of the century.

Keen to know where this is cheaper (and I don't mean £200 more expensive with £400 worth of stuff I don't want --- that'll sell on ebay for £80)
limited availability and not the cheapest either.
" Last few in selected stores, some may be ex-display, refurbished or missing accessories"
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Sony Bravia 55XD8005 LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Android TV, 55" With Youview/Freeview HD & Silver Slate Design £674.10 with code TVSAVE - Argos

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Use code TVSAVE to save 10% on tvs over £499 at Argos Sony’s stunning audio-visual showpiece represents a titanic shift in home entertainment. Ushe… Read More
Use code TVSAVE to save 10% on tvs over £499 at Argos Sony’s stunning audio-visual showpiece represents a titanic shift in home entertainment. Ushe…
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Spakkle
It was the Sony Bravia KD65S8505 Curved LED 4K Ultra HD from John Lewis. The TV we have now is the Samsung UE65KS8000 65" 4K HDR S-Ultra-HD (Quantum Dot).
The differences are simply amazing. Even when streaming old films that have been re-done in HD never mind on blu-ray (like Matilda on Netflix) and when streaming from Google Play; the picture is simply amazing. The depth and colours is like nothing I've ever seen.
On the Sony they look pixelated, and were ruined by lots of dots everywhere (obviously the technique they use to make an old film into HD) but with the Samsung the images is as sharp, crisp and clear as if they were film in HD yesterday. We haven't even tried anything in 4K yet
I believe the Samsung is now discontinued (it was £1,499 from Sonic Direct - I didn't expect to have to buy another TV so soon after buying the Sony - I simply wanted the same features for the same money as John Lewis did us over a little bit [the Sony was £2,199, they price matched - great - and had a £250 TV Trade in offer, in the end we were a 37" TV down and only got £1,499 refund - so we essentially gave away our old tv) but when we come to upgrade it will be Samsung for us all the way.
hmm... looks like you're comparing a LED with an OLED-esq technology. You should be in fact comparing a Sony KD-65A1 and Samsung QE65Q8CAMTXXU
and for 4K Get a UHD BLURAY player for ~£300 OR get a PS4/XBOX for same price and double benefits :D
These tellys are no where close to the £2199 which you've mentioned for Sony.
P.S.: Where and how did you get a trade-in offer?

The Sony was £2,199 - The Samsung was £1,499 (not to mentioned we got a free Samsung 4K player with it ([UBD-K8500]). There was 12 Months between purchases. I cant believe that the differences in sheer quality reflect the £700 and 12 Months difference. If this is the case now, I suspect it was still the case a year ago, and will continue to be so unless Sony begins to live up to its reputation and catches up, because in my opinion you can get a whole lot more for your money rather than just buying Sony because you believe they're best (as we mistakenly did).

We got a free Samsung 4K player with the new TV (UBD-K8500) which we are currently selling on ebay, as we dont have any 4k blu-rays yet. I just can't bear to spend more money on 4K blu-rays (after being stung with Sony having 3D glasses and 3D blu-rays to now get rid of - and they're not cheap) - the hubby does have a PS4 though which we use for our normal blu-rays

As for comparing the models above, I simply can't in fairness becuase they are at a price point I could not consider paying. My opinion here is based on the £700 price difference and 12 months between purchases as mentioned. I wouldn't feel as strong if the Samsung was the one that was £700 more expensive as I now would expect for the image quality, not the other way around. I know tech moves along quickly, but I firmly do believe that for the comparable price point Sony's do lack and their current success is based on their name alone. I just wanted people to think and consider other brands as I wish we did.

The trade in offer was a promotion John Lewis has running at the time where they gave you £250 off any TV if you trade in any TV.

Edited By: Spakkle on May 25, 2017 09:36
wonder_marc
buying a new telly is so confusing. Does anyone know if the Panasonic 50 ex700b is better than this tv?

try this https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/co-op-electrical-panasonic-tx58dx700b-silver-58inch-4k-uhd-hdrw-int-freeview-play-3x-hdmi-64900-with-code-ctv50-2694094
buying a new telly is so confusing. Does anyone know if the Panasonic 50 ex700b is better than this tv?
moob
I have this panel.

Some criticise the OS (Android) as being slow and clunky - I don't agree, I think for a lowish end spec 4K, this is pretty decent. Add to that the fact you can sideload apps onto this and have Movie HD streaming direct from this TV...

Don't get me wrong, the picture took a while to get right, and it isn't perfect - typical LCD tech with clouding in the corners, but it's still impressive for this price bracket.

Meant to mention lol have you tried altering the dynamic control in the picture menu to help with that clouding.
moob
I have this panel.
Some criticise the OS (Android) as being slow and clunky - I don't agree, I think for a lowish end spec 4K, this is pretty decent. Add to that the fact you can sideload apps onto this and have Movie HD streaming direct from this TV...
Don't get me wrong, the picture took a while to get right, and it isn't perfect - typical LCD tech with clouding in the corners, but it's still impressive for this price bracket.

I'm sure at this price point and size it's a perfectly adequate TV. Sony don't help themselves with menu settings etc but you can almost always get a lovely natural sharp picture with great motion and very decent input lag with Sony tvs. I've done alot of research over the last few years owning some high priced sony tvs. Trying to understand the terminology of the settings etc . and Changed alot of batteries in the remotes. :D worth it though. If you gonna own this stuff may as well try and get the best out of it. Started on the beer early today basically topping up from last night in prep for the game tonight. That I'll be watching on a projector incidentally X) So sry for the rant!





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Toshiba 40L1653DB 40 InchFull HD 1080p LED TV with Freeview HD £179.00 @ Tesco

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Use code TDX-HKFY for £20 off Basic spec but great price for a 40" Read More
Use code TDX-HKFY for £20 off Basic spec but great price for a 40"
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Was an 43" LG tv for same price in asda..
Check out the one review on Tesco product page. I think need to pass but heat added.
It's a bit bulky looking, or am I being fussy? I suppose this a TV you'd expect for £180 right?
Heat added, must resist....!
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Hisense H55M6600, 55 Inch, 4K Ultra HD, HDR, Freeview HD, Smart Curved TV - £549.99 (+ £100 credit) + delivery - £555.98 @ Very (BNPL)

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I was looking for a 4k 55 inch tv and found very nice deal from VERY. Hisense H55M6600 for £549.99 with £100 automatic credit if chosen with Buy Now Pay Later makes it great £449.99. Edit - forgot Read More
I was looking for a 4k 55 inch tv and found very nice deal from VERY. Hisense H55M6600 for £549.99 with £100 automatic credit if chosen with Buy Now Pay Later makes it great £449.99. Edit - forgot
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I've just recieved this TV today and i'm struggling to hang it on the wall.

Does anyone know the size of the screws required to attach it to a wall mount? I have an existing mount I can use but the screws that are in the back of the tv end up being to short when trying to attach it. I need the size of the thread so that I can search for longer bolts/ screws

Any help would be appreciated.
l33tpilot
I'd rather go with this... http://www.very.co.uk/hisense-h55m7000-55-inch-uled-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-freeview-hd-smart-tv/1600165076.prd
You still pay 669.99 though, sure if you want to get other things from Very. So it's kinda good bait tactics from them, no reason to overpay for 100 credit you can only spend on their site.

Actually, the credit goes towards your final balance, so you will have £100 less to pay. I did this method when buying my Xbox One S, they credited the money on the first monthly statement and I paid the rest off straight away.
frosty68
I've got the m6600, I'd be very surprised if it's edge lit as on a black screen I can see some clouding from the array, which I can live with for the superb picture

The M6600 is definitely edge lit LED.
N1Andy
MisterFresh1980
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linhang90
3300 is the low specs one. Wouldnt recommend
Same specs TV, actually the only difference is the flat one is direct lit and this one is edge lit and suffers from light bleed
the m3300 is edge lit. does suffer with some backlight bleed.
Not according to Hisense spcecs http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/f320d020
I had the M6600 and it went back due to the terrible light bleed it had, a lot of users have also experienced the light bleed with this set which is documented on the avforums thread for this model.
I bought the M3300 as a replacement and it doesn't have any light bleeding issues and I am pretty happy with it.
the link isn't from Hisense though, it's from displayspecifications but no, it is definately not direct lit, i think the US versions might be.
no mention of direct lit on the Hisense UK website.
Do you have any proof to back that up? The reason I ask is because I would be pretty annoyed if it was not direct lit, because I was told directly by a Hisense representative that it was direct lit. I had to go through Hisense first before arranging my return and the person I spoke to explained to me that the light bleed on the M6600 can be due to it's edge lit panel and I would be better off with the M3300 if I wanted to avoid this. Also I have seen it advertised as direct lit in the specs on a few retailers and on the comparison link I posted above.
Seeing as I do not suffer from edge light bleed on my m3300 and I was told by Hisense it was direct lit and it's been advertised as such I am obviously going to continue to believe that unless you can provide anything to convince me otherwise?
I am 99.9% sure the M3000, M3300 & M6600 are edge lit......they definitely aren't FALD/full array, though there is the vague possibility of being the old style direct lit (though they look far too slim for that).


I've got the m6600, I'd be very surprised if it's edge lit as on a black screen I can see some clouding from the array, which I can live with for the superb picture
I'd rather go with this... http://www.very.co.uk/hisense-h55m7000-55-inch-uled-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-freeview-hd-smart-tv/1600165076.prd

You still pay 669.99 though, sure if you want to get other things from Very. So it's kinda good bait tactics from them, no reason to overpay for 100 credit you can only spend on their site.
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LG OLED55B6V 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Premium Smart TV with freeview play 6 years warranty £1,449.00 @ Richer Sounds with code BIGTV150

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Another great price now I think the Currys code has expired, plus you get an extra years warranty and superior customer service in my experience. 'What Hi-Fi? magazine'. 5-star review. Tested at £270… Read More
Another great price now I think the Currys code has expired, plus you get an extra years warranty and superior customer service in my experience. 'What Hi-Fi? magazine'. 5-star review. Tested at £270…
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pukenukem
I don't agree with your disagreement on my disagreement with your disagreement and think that your disagreement is not in agreement with what many would think is a consideration when buying this TV. If you don't agree with that then I think most people wont agree with your disagreement with my disagreement of your opinion. So I agree, I think.
Unless you have done a poll on who would agree or disagree, which you haven't! . So I therefore disagree with your last statement as i hope we agree without having any proof of people agreeing or disagreeing then it is all presumption.
Hope you will agree.

I have done a pole which gives me the absolute right to make this point, and while the two people sat near me on the train were confused by the pole, they both agreed. I've no idea what they agreed with, but that's evidence enough for me.
pukenukem
I don't agree with your disagreement on my disagreement with your disagreement and think that your disagreement is not in agreement with what many would think is a consideration when buying this TV. If you don't agree with that then I think most people wont agree with your disagreement with my disagreement of your opinion. So I agree, I think.

Unless you have done a poll on who would agree or disagree, which you haven't! . So I therefore disagree with your last statement as i hope we agree without having any proof of people agreeing or disagreeing then it is all presumption.

Hope you will agree.
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Now £1,499 but code has expired.
Use currys £1399 with £100 off code
Yeah, I'm aware of that.
Phoned RS to see if the code had expired seeing they dropped the price by £100.
Wish I bought at £1,450 now as the extra year warranty, and not having to deal with Currys, is worth the £50.
Ok, but its only Currys for the first year, then D&G thereafter, D&G are horrible.
RS have just matched the Currys deal, £1,350. Picking mine up on Monday :-)

Well done, great deal. Enjoy.
halloz2
Tried using the code it says "Sorry! That promotional code is not valid."
That's why the deal is expired.

As above, get them to price match Currys.
Tried using the code it says "Sorry! That promotional code is not valid."
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Graded As New - 50 Panasonic TX-50DX700B 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD Smart LED HDR TV £449.00 electronicworldtv

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As above, Saw the 58 inch version get good reviews so thought this was good at the price.
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Niz
whats this, about Sony as well? when did this start happening!


As far as i know, Sony aren't doing this.... Yet! I was just saying that back in the day Sony and panasonic churned out the best tvs
whats this, about Sony as well? when did this start happening!
balsingh458
Are these actually made by Panasonic or are they rebranded. Annoyed that panasonic went down this route. Along with Sony, They used to make the best TVs
Agreed. What's the general consensus on who makes the best TVs nowadays, does anyone know?
Are these actually made by Panasonic or are they rebranded. Annoyed that panasonic went down this route. Along with Sony, They used to make the best TVs
Not brand new... also £20 cheaper at Panasonic eBay outlet
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CO-OP Electrical Panasonic TX58DX700B Silver - 58Inch 4K UHD HDRw Int Freeview Play, 3x HDMI £649.00 with code CTV50

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Use code CTV50 to save 50 pounds 4K Ultra HD TV's deliver up to 4 times the Picture Resolution of a normal HD TV, to give stunning results when using a 4K source. With their 3840x2160 resolutions, 4…
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This [b]or[b] the Samsung 55" curved at £899? please help!
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amaras
matlock67
Can anyone confirm the 5 year warranty from Panasonic?
I have received 5 year guarantee certificate
I thought the Co-op would be classed as a supermarket, and so excluded from the promotion?
well... maybe co-op electrical is not the same as co-op supermarket. I needed to send copy of receipt (screenshot of email) and bar code which was a bit confusing to me because it didn't state which bar code (I took picture of all bar codes of TV box end). they send me certificate of guaranty after 3 work days.
amaras
matlock67
Can anyone confirm the 5 year warranty from Panasonic?
I have received 5 year guarantee certificate

I thought the Co-op would be classed as a supermarket, and so excluded from the promotion?
matlock67
Can anyone confirm the 5 year warranty from Panasonic?


I have received 5 year guarantee certificate
Ebboagain
Im interested in buying this tv but the 1 thing I'm stalling on is, where do you stand with the 5 year warranty? If i buy from Co op will panasonic give me the 5 years?


http://promotions.panasonic.co.uk/promotions/promotions/view_terms/117
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SAMSUNG T32E310 32" LED TV £199.99 (£169.99 with free insurance) - Full HD, Freeview HD, 2 years warranty @ Currys

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I think this is excellent value for a samsung non smart tv. Great picture quality with HD freeview.
win26 Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago9 Comments
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How do you get it for £169.99?
Sorry for the late reply, They will take £30 off if you take the insurance cover in-store and you have one month to call and cancel.
JamieRolak
Bought this monitor a while back, those who are commenting about resolution and it not being a monitor have obviously not purchased this product. If you go on Samsung's very own website, you'll realize that this is 1 of 2 monitors which Samsung has made to specifically be both a Full HD monitor and TV...
Thanks for the info, They just voted this cold with no explanation, have not posted a deal in a year and it's still the same or worse on here. Don't miss this if you're interested.
Bought this monitor a while back, those who are commenting about resolution and it not being a monitor have obviously not purchased this product. If you go on Samsung's very own website, you'll realize that this is 1 of 2 monitors which Samsung has made to specifically be both a Full HD monitor and TV...
win26
RiverDragon8
This is a TV not a TV/monitor.
You can also use as a monitor has a PC mode.


The resolution is so poor. This cannot be used as monitor.
How do you get it for £169.99?
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Hisense H49M3000 49 Inch Smart LED 4K Ultra HD Freeview HD TV £349.00 Delivered @ AO / eBay

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Good price for this. Was posted a week or so ago direct on AO but unfortunately the code had expired, but you can pick it up on their eBay page for the same price :) Immerse yourself in your favourit… Read More
Good price for this. Was posted a week or so ago direct on AO but unfortunately the code had expired, but you can pick it up on their eBay page for the same price :) Immerse yourself in your favourit…
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Not sure why people are having picture issues, I've had my 43m3000 for 6+ months and it's been fine but I believe I followed AVForums and tuned the picture settings.

Edited By: kiish on May 19, 2017 12:59
I've had this TV for 18 months now but I do prefer the picture on my dad's Seiki, so will probably buy that make when I replace this one.
43M3000 vs. a couple of 2015/2016 Sony mid/low range 40" 1080p (non-Android) TVs:

Build quality similar. Hisense a bit thicker, sony slimmer in parts but possibly more fragile.
Smart features similar. Both a bit clumsy and sluggish, I use my laptop rather. Other TVs might be better.
The cheaper Sony and this have a uneven greyish color when meant to be showing a black screen. This is probably the weakest point, but not really an issue in use. Mid-range Sony a bit better.
The cheaper Sony and the Hisense have a bit narrow viewing angles. The Hisense gets 'dirty' at an angle.
All look great to me when showing an image straight on.
This has 4k. Haven't used it yet.

I don't know how they last long-term. A 4k Sony is at least 100 ukp more. I'd say the Hisense is good value for money and has it's 'right to exist', don't shy away because of the lesser-known brand.





Edited By: davidzweig on May 18, 2017 23:29: edit
Don't waste your money, I've had it since last year and it's really naff, I wish I saved my money and bought a Samsung or LG instead.
The Hisense 55M6600 advertised the other day has freeview and freesat onboard I cant see if its on this one
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CO-OP Electrical LG 58UH635V Silver 58inch 4K Ultra HD TV, LED, Smart with Freeview HD £644.99 with code CTV50

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electriQ 49 Inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV with Freeview HD USB Media Player and PVR - with LG 4K Panel - £299.97 @ Appliances Direct

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Was: £499.99 You save: £200.02 ONLY 299.97 KEY FEATURES Genuine LG LED panel Enjoy a more immersive viewing experience on the 49 Inch screen Built-in Freeview HD tuner
kawsar_miah Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago4 Comments
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Better to put £300 towards a decent set IMHO. Panel will be bottom end, software poor and 4k won't be enjoyed as it should.
It might have an LG panel, but if the TV doesnt have the right software to change the settings adequately it might as well be a 480i CRT.. on top of that some LG panels are dire..
rgbw, pump and dump
What hdmi port is there ? I know to get 4k you need upgraded port isn't that right ?
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Bauhn 49" 4K UHD TV with built in Free view and 3 years Warrenty £329.99 @ Aldi Ilford

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4k TV guys for this size and price...must be good... I have found it in Aldi store in Ilford... I don't need it but thought someone might benefit from it. So hope it helps someone
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Don't know why getting negative votes. Still 100 times better old full hd sets still on sale.
A bottom of the range 4K does not necessarily make it better than a mid or high end Full HD tv. You're just making sweeping statements based on nothing. Resolution is far from an indication of performance


Well you don't know how 4k works. In my personal experience 1080p looks better on 4k .4k can play 1080p not other way around. A donkey can never beat a deer in speed.


resolution is 1 element of many which contribute to a good viewing experience.

would a black and white 4K TV be better than a colour 1080p one?
spannerzone
sam_of_london
Don't know why getting negative votes. Still 100 times better old full hd sets still on sale.
A bottom of the range 4K does not necessarily make it better than a mid or high end Full HD tv. You're just making sweeping statements based on nothing. Resolution is far from an indication of performance


Well you don't know how 4k works. In my personal experience 1080p looks better on 4k .4k can play 1080p not other way around. A donkey can never beat a deer in speed.
sam_of_london
Don't know why getting negative votes. Still 100 times better old full hd sets still on sale.
A bottom of the range 4K does not necessarily make it better than a mid or high end Full HD tv. You're just making sweeping statements based on nothing. Resolution is far from an indication of performance
Looks like you got the TV snobs going.
'Must be good'?

Really??
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Hisense 43 - Inch Widescreen 4K Smart LED TV with Freeview HD - £299.00 @ Amazon

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was looking at this earlier today on Amazon when it was £319. They just reduced to £299. excellent reviews
Deano467 Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago9 Comments
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i don't see any purpose of 4k when full hd provides excellent picture quality. bear in mind 4k is only useful if you sit very close to tele :):3:):3:):3
Deano467
yeah maybe. But funny how just last week this deal went hot, I don't know?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/43-hisense-4k-uhd-tv-299-tesco-direct-with-voucher-code-tdx-kpyk-2675524


welcome to hotukdeals.
yeah maybe. But funny how just last week this deal went hot, I don't know?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/43-hisense-4k-uhd-tv-299-tesco-direct-with-voucher-code-tdx-kpyk-2675524
Deano467
adamspencer95
While it's a good TV for the price, this is generally the price it's usually on sale for so it's not really a deal.


i checked on camel website, this is cheapest price on Amazon this year


it was cheaper at launch than it is now, that says it all.

AO are always around this price and tend to have at least £20 off voucher codes at all times
thedvdmonster
Same price from richer sounds but with a better warranty.


in store only price at Richer and if they have stock. maybe not convenient for a lot of people to get to. Amazon especially with prime for next day delivery may be preferable for others
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Invision® Single Tempered Glass Wall Mounted Floating Component Shelf - (RRP 89.99) £16.99 Prime / £21.74 Non-Prime - Sold by Invision Technology (UK) Limited and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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I havent seen ebay selling this 9.99, please share link if you can :)
Ebay sells at 9.99.
I bought this for Mother In Law for under £25 six months ago - I'd be surprised if it had ever been £89 tbh. Good item though, easy to fit, looks smart, fits a Sky HD (non +) box a treat.
Thanks have some heat :)
will it fit the new sky boxes I wonder
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AO.COM Hisense H49M3000 49" Freeview HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD TV - Black £349.00 With code PERKBOX20

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THANKS to arronmullis3 for new code PERKBOX20 to save £20 and code AO4K40 on 4KTVS over £599 Immerse yourself in your favourite films with this 49 inch Hisense TV. This model is 4K Ultra HD Certified
discoman2016 Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago39 Comments
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jimhuf
8C78EC3622 £40

Cheers mate, ordered. If I win the BGT tickets you can have them in return ;-)
8C78EC3622 £40
D6C66ECB24 £30
E8AA0CB5B5 £40
Can somebody please tell me the difference between this and the 3300 version.
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Linsar 49UHD200 LED 4K UHD Smart TV, 49" with Built-In Wi-Fi, Freeview HD & Freeview Play £369.00 @ John Lewis

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This seems like a good deal to me and i never came across this brand before but it looks like a good deal with a 5 year warranty
dulanv123 Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago8 Comments
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linsar?? might be better than Goldstar
I very much doubt Vestel give Linsar TV's special treatment in their factories. When Panasonic had them making their lower HD and 4K models they were plagued with issues and were returned in droves - they went the extra mile for Panny as well by installing a menu skin.

At this price i'd rather have one of the Hisense deals posted today, they're similarly priced and you're loosing 3 years warranty but the difference in quality will be night and day.
This has got to be worth a look see. A 4K TV Spec is impressive for the price.
49” ULTRA HD 4K SMART TELEVISION WITH FREEVIEW PLAY AND FREEVIEW HD RESOLUTION:
4k UHD (3840 x 2160 pixels)
AUDIO: Slim Stereo Speakers
SMART: Advanced Smart including Freeview Play
APPS: Netflix, BBC iPlayer, YouTube, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5 plus more...
WEB BROWSER: Yes
WIFI: Built in
TUNER: Freeview HD
ANALOGUE TUNER: Yes
DIMENSIONS (WITHOUT STAND):H: 657mm W: 1123mm D: 81mm
DIMENSIONS (WITH STAND):H: 709mm W: 1123mm D: 275mm
HDMI: 2 USB: 2 VESA: 200 x 200mm

Although why would anyone want an analog tuner these days? Heat added
Apparently these TVs are manufactured by Vestel using their components to a spec agreed with Linsar, extra testing is built into the production of these sets to improve reliabilty. (source - AV Forums)
its a 50hz panel so my presumption is a Vestel/UMC panel as the higher end ones tend to be at least 60hz but i'm happy to be proven wrong. also cant find any info about HDCP 2.2 compliance either. cant find any reliable reviews, though.

5 year guarentee is good too and no HDR, although at this price you'll likely only get 8bit+FRC anyway so no big loss.
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AO.COM Hisense H50M3300 50" Freeview HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD TV - Black £369.00 with code LIMITED30

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Use code LIMITED30 to save £30 over £299 on any products Bring movie nights to life with this 50 inch Hisense TV. It’s Ultra HD Certified with 4K upscaling, which boosts standar… Read More
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Good...no,Great found op heat even its expired lol
Is there a lag when scrolling through the menus?
Anyone tried this with the Xbox One S ?
If so, what are your thoughts ?
These are severely underpowered (to the point of being unusable). If you use Sky or another TV box then they're OK for the money I suppose.
heaney676
No HDR though.
HDR through local playback , but it will get an automatic update which will enable HDR
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AO.COM Hisense H55M7000 55" Freeview HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Silver £609.00 with code AO4K40

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Use code AO4K40 to save £40 on 4K tvs over £599 With Hisense's cutting-edge ULED technology, the 55M7000 takes picture quality to the next level. ULED Local Dimming Hisense's high-end ULED TVs tak… Read More
Use code AO4K40 to save £40 on 4K tvs over £599 With Hisense's cutting-edge ULED technology, the 55M7000 takes picture quality to the next level. ULED Local Dimming Hisense's high-end ULED TVs tak…
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Ordered mine last Friday , arrived Saturday. Had a phone call confirming order and delivery time.
You need to mess about with the settings to get a good picture. No its not as good as your Oleds or your Qleds but I tried the Life of Pi 4K HDR clip last night and it is mind blowing.
Sorry to hijack the post but weirdly tonight the channels on my Hisense 50" have changed to alphabetical so all adult channels are first channels you see! Anybody have any ideas?


Thanks - what did you say to Hisense? Did you eventually get a non-November one from JL?
Sparco100
from where?


John Lewis on a price match
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RICHER SOUNDS LG OLED55B6V 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV Freeview Play £1,499.00 with code BIGTV100 at richersounds 6YEAR Guarantee

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Use code BIGTV100 to save £100 over £1500 6 year guarantee Ultra HD Premium - meeting the highest standards in UHD 4K Taking UHD 4K to its…
discoman2016 Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago7 Comments
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code working again
the discount code must be gone, doesn't work for me
discoman2016
deal live again
Hi disco did you buy the B6 if so what was the build date as the c6 buyers have stated that very new (April) would be interesting to know?
deal live again
Since Currys have £150 off code will RS match?
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Hitachi 50 Inch Freeview Play Smart TV £299.99 at Argos

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kawsar_miah Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago10 Comments
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Is there a code to enter for this?? when i click on the link it takes me to the Argos website and this TV is £329 not £299
tif
did anyone have a problem setting this TV up?
No problem here
did anyone have a problem setting this TV up?
rolling_stone
This is a very good telly for the price
We have different ideas as to what constitutes a good TV. Glad to hear you are happy though the failure rate on Vestel TVs is high. The large number of refurbished Vestel TVs out there speaks volumes.
Picked mine up and have to say I'm impressed with it, picture quality is nice and bright and very sharp, sound is a little low but can be turned up.
Tried the smart apps and Netflix is very good.

This is a very good telly for the price
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Sony Bravia 50 inch Curved Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Youview, Freeview HD, PlayStation Now £660.00 @ Amazon

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Dhiraj1
Sold out now


it shows to me "only 1 left in stock"
Sold out now
JumpMan1980
Dhiraj1
Am I right to think this is 10 bit as well?
10bit (8bit+FRC) - not true 10 bit - http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/82057a2
Seems great price... Am so tempted to press the button.
just like 3D I don't think this curved tech will ever become accepted by the public
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Samsung UE55KU6400 55 Inch Ultra HD, Smart, Freeview HD, LED TV. £556.98 delivered with code at very.co.uk

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Samsung UE55KU6400 55 Inch Ultra HD, Smart, Freeview HD, LED TV. £556.98 delivered with code at very.co.uk £599.99 + £6.99 for delivery, but quote code LGC9P at the checkout when you place an order…
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just looked and there is £100 cashback in this TV if you purchase on BNPL
Bisto13
mcormack
Bisto13
Have you tried it? Adds the £50 credit when the code is added at checkout. Admittedly I haven't clicked buy because I was looking for a family member.
Edit: like most codes, it becomes invalid if the item(s) that you are trying to purchase does not meet the criteria. I just tried it with a few items that fall into that category and they remove the code. The code continues to work with this TV. Presumably it is not part of an overall sale, just reduced. I see mcormack's point and even noticed this in the small print myself, but in practice his point is invalid. Fact check please.
Ok i Fact checked and its now 607!
You're half right. The listed price has gone up by £20 since yesterday, to make it £599.99 before delivery. However, the £50 code mentioned above STILL works, to make it £556.98, delivered. Please check all facts when you fact check.
Be more specific please.
mcormack
Bisto13
Have you tried it? Adds the £50 credit when the code is added at checkout. Admittedly I haven't clicked buy because I was looking for a family member.
Edit: like most codes, it becomes invalid if the item(s) that you are trying to purchase does not meet the criteria. I just tried it with a few items that fall into that category and they remove the code. The code continues to work with this TV. Presumably it is not part of an overall sale, just reduced. I see mcormack's point and even noticed this in the small print myself, but in practice his point is invalid. Fact check please.
Ok i Fact checked and its now 607!
You're half right. The listed price has gone up by £20 since yesterday, to make it £599.99 before delivery. However, the £50 code mentioned above STILL works, to make it £556.98, delivered. Please check all facts when you fact check.
Bisto13
Have you tried it? Adds the £50 credit when the code is added at checkout. Admittedly I haven't clicked buy because I was looking for a family member.
Edit: like most codes, it becomes invalid if the item(s) that you are trying to purchase does not meet the criteria. I just tried it with a few items that fall into that category and they remove the code. The code continues to work with this TV. Presumably it is not part of an overall sale, just reduced. I see mcormack's point and even noticed this in the small print myself, but in practice his point is invalid. Fact check please.
Ok i Fact checked and its now 607!
Have you tried it? Adds the £50 credit when the code is added at checkout. Admittedly I haven't clicked buy because I was looking for a family member.

Edit: like most codes, it becomes invalid if the item(s) that you are trying to purchase does not meet the criteria. I just tried it with a few items that fall into that category and they remove the code. The code continues to work with this TV. Presumably it is not part of an overall sale, just reduced. I see mcormack's point and even noticed this in the small print myself, but in practice his point is invalid. Fact check please.

Edited By: Bisto13 on Apr 27, 2017 22:51: Additional info
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Sharp LC-49CFF6001K 49" Smart LED 1080p With Freeview HD & Wi-Fi REFURBISHED WITH A 12 MONTH £259.00 - TESCO eBay OUTLET WARRANTY

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Something for the Kitchen i think :) Let the arguing begin :p
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Purchased on black Friday and returned done months ago as faulty. Beware, these have probably not been fixed properly
Purchased for £199 brand new on Black Friday, now is not the best time to purchase TVs
Believe_Me
241 Heat a month ago and this is much cheaper but cold the voting here sometimes LOL


I expect that will have been a different model. These were £199 BRAND NEW on Black Friday, and now Tesco are trying to palm off the faulty ones for more?
241 Heat a month ago and this is much cheaper but cold the voting here sometimes LOL
I could. my kitchen is a converted barn
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Argos LG OLED55B6V 55 inch Ultra HD Smart OLED TV £1,439.10 with code TV10

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Use code TV10 to save 10% The LG OLED55B6V 55'' Smart TV creates great contrast, colour and clarity to deliver the best picture possible today. Artfully crafted in a fabulous flat design, its next gen… Read More
Use code TV10 to save 10% The LG OLED55B6V 55'' Smart TV creates great contrast, colour and clarity to deliver the best picture possible today. Artfully crafted in a fabulous flat design, its next gen…
discoman2016 Avatar4w, 1d agoFound 4 weeks, 1 day ago16 Comments
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jimx26
Only applies to 2017 models.
We don't know that yet just surmising I know it's more hope then reality though lol
No unfortunately product page in conditions only applies to *7 models

Edited By: Jaybeam on May 03, 2017 08:50
jimx26
Only applies to 2017 models.
We don't know that yet just surmising I know it's more hope then reality though lol
Only applies to 2017 models.
halfbakedjake
the.porter
Jaybeam
This was raised earlier on the other thread but the concensus is this only applies to 2017 models
According to lg they state on all models but retailer dependent
Do you know what retailers ? and how do you redeem ?
I reckon it is a retailer bundle offer as before.
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Champions League Final free on BT Sport Showcase (Freeview Ch59) Saturday 3rd June - Put it in your diary.

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I know it's early, but for those who are going to a wedding that day, it's time to formulate your sick note. On Saturday 3rd June 2017 the UEFA Champions League Final ( finalists yet to be decided… Read More
I know it's early, but for those who are going to a wedding that day, it's time to formulate your sick note. On Saturday 3rd June 2017 the UEFA Champions League Final ( finalists yet to be decided…
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Marcoos

It will be shown on BT Showcase HD

Now confirmed back on normal def' BT Showcase again as well. Cheers Marcoos for above.
branx77
Thanks. Any idea if it will be shown for free on sky?
both finals shown on 414/433 for sky customers

Edited By: wozukSilencer on May 16, 2017 16:34
europa league final free aswell result
herbertsimpson
May be bad news, looks like BT have removed the Showcase channel to view for free. This happened immediately after the finalists where decided. Perhaps they thought it was a final worthy enough to try and get subscriptions instead of making it a free to view. I had thought this would be the last season we would get these given the money BT is forking out for footy. On a slightly positive note, BT Showcase is now in HD on Freeview channel 115 should it be screened or for anything else.
At this point in time, they still state Ajax v Man U. is free on BT Showcase 19:45 kickoff Wednesday 24th May 2017 as Aaron_QPR has already mentioned.
Will keep you posted on anything I find out unless you guys know any different. :(

It will be shown on BT Showcase HD

Also in 4K on YouTube, also on YouTube it will be in 360 VR! and on a BT Sport VR app.

BT Sport app and website also showing it

http://sport.bt.com/football/bt-sport-to-make-uefa-champions-league-final-free-to-all-on-tv-online-and-in-360-virtual-reality-S11364180768744

Edited By: Marcoos on May 16, 2017 14:56
May be bad news, looks like BT have removed the Showcase channel to view for free. This happened immediately after the finalists where decided. Perhaps they thought it was a final worthy enough to try and get subscriptions instead of making it a free to view. I had thought this would be the last season we would get these given the money BT is forking out for footy. On a slightly positive note, BT Showcase is now in HD on Freeview channel 115 should it be screened or for anything else.

At this point in time, they still state Ajax v Man U. is free on BT Showcase 19:45 kickoff Wednesday 24th May 2017 as Aaron_QPR has already mentioned.

Will keep you posted on anything I find out unless you guys know any different. :(
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Samsung UE55K5600 55inch Full HD Smart TV £348.00 49inch for £274.00 BD-H8500M Smart 3D Blu-ray Player with Freeview+ HD Recorder - 500 GB HDD for £86.00 Samsung Outlet

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Nice deal for those who don't neeed 4K :) link for 49inch https://samsung-outlet.com/uk-outlet/samsung-49-k5600-5-series-flat-fhd-smart-tv-49-5-series-ue49k5600akxxu-289856/ Samsung BD-H8500M 3D Sma… Read More
Nice deal for those who don't neeed 4K :) link for 49inch https://samsung-outlet.com/uk-outlet/samsung-49-k5600-5-series-flat-fhd-smart-tv-49-5-series-ue49k5600akxxu-289856/ Samsung BD-H8500M 3D Sma…
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I had a nightmare trying to get the Samsung supplied screws out of the two recessed holes. The blue coating around the screws causes them to fit uber tight. For anyone who has trouble getting them out, you can remove the black plugs which opens up the hole. You can then get some needle nose pliers in to pull the screws out.

How did you remove the plugs?
halfbakedjake
Mine finally arrived today. Seems to be all working fine. Anyone have any calibration settings they use movies/tv and for when in game mode ? Had a look online can't seem to find any for this tv


Use this - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34AwIvhBYbE&t=198s&list=FLBaSrQfbGVoeTzOeidKkz9w&index=3

I used cool for colour tone, Instead of warm2 (as used in the video guide)
Mine finally arrived today. Seems to be all working fine. Anyone have any calibration settings they use movies/tv and for when in game mode ? Had a look online can't seem to find any for this tv


Edited By: halfbakedjake on May 18, 2017 13:09
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softice
clumsymum
softice
I can't believe this thread is still alive. Anyway, I'm very with my telly and looking for a decent soundbar, any suggestions ? Was recommended "Samsung HW-J355 120W with Subwoofer" which is only 89 quid at RS.
Thanks
That's the one I had asked RS to reserve for me, before our TV arrived. But frankly, once the telly was set up I cancelled it, sound was more than adequate without spending any more on it.
Ahh well, I was hoping you would say it sounds amazing so I have a justification to buy it 8) Surely the soundbar must provide better "surround sound" and what about the subwoofer ?
Cheers
Obviously a good soundbar will give you better surround sound, but for us the TV gives a more than adequate performance. It all depends on your expectations, and how much money you have to squander/spend on just watching TV (_;)

I can't argue with that, especially when you purchased the TV for 274 pounds :D8)
softice
clumsymum
softice
I can't believe this thread is still alive. Anyway, I'm very with my telly and looking for a decent soundbar, any suggestions ? Was recommended "Samsung HW-J355 120W with Subwoofer" which is only 89 quid at RS.
Thanks
That's the one I had asked RS to reserve for me, before our TV arrived. But frankly, once the telly was set up I cancelled it, sound was more than adequate without spending any more on it.
Ahh well, I was hoping you would say it sounds amazing so I have a justification to buy it 8) Surely the soundbar must provide better "surround sound" and what about the subwoofer ?
Cheers

Obviously a good soundbar will give you better surround sound, but for us the TV gives a more than adequate performance. It all depends on your expectations, and how much money you have to squander/spend on just watching TV (_;)

freeview logoIntroducing Freeview

Freeview was the first digital TV platform in the UK, taking on the mantle from terrestrial TV and offering programming from the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5. The range of channels on offer has expanded since it started in 2002, and Freeview has also added Smart TV and HD capabilities but it remains totally free. Here's what you need to know to get started.

Freeview: Digital TV at the Lowest Possible Price

TV used to be simple. You just purchased a set and hooked it up to an aerial, and you would have access to the four (or five) main UK channels, but nothing more. When satellite TV came about in the 1980s, things started to change. If you had the money, you could access a range of new channels featuring movies, sport, news, shopping, documentaries and drama.

However, it was the advent of digital TV in the mid to late 1990s that changed everything. Suddenly, UK homes could receive hundreds of channels and use small boxes to call up menus with all the information they could ever need. Programs could also be saved for later, doing away with video cassettes, which have no faded from memory.

Freeview emerged as one of the most popular ways to access digital TV. Founded in 2002, it was the product of an alliance between the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Sky and transmission companies. The idea was that Freeview would be the natural successor to old-style terrestrial television, placing a basic range of digital channels within reach of every single TV owner in the country.

The selection of channels on offer from Freeview has steadily expanded until, as of 2014, the service could offer 60 digital channels and 15 HD channels, along with 25 digital radio stations as well as text services.

Since 2008, every single new TV sold in the UK has included Freeview as part of its software, although owners of older TVs need to purchase a Freeview Box to access the service. However, not all new TVs are equipped to receive Freeview HD, which is separate from standard Freeview.

Why Would You Need to Use Freeview Anyway?

Freeview is the leading free means of accessing digital TV in the UK, so if you are keen to watch major channels but don’t want to pay for boxes from providers like Sky or BT, it’s a good option to go for. The range of channels may not include many premium channels from those other broadcasters, but it is still fairly impressive, with options including:

  • The BBC iPlayer; the BBC BBC’s online streaming service, which provides access to almost all of the corporation’s content from the past few weeks and plenty of archival shows as well, and some exclusives that can only be seen on iPlayer.
  • The ITV Hub’s Features channels like ITV, ITV2, ITV3, ITVBe, ITV4 and CITV and shows ITV programs for 30 days after their initial broadcast.
  • All 4’s; Channel 4’s video on demand service, featuring most recent content from Channel 4, Film4, E4 and More4, which is made available for 30 days after its initial broadcast.
  • Demand 5’s Channel 5’s video on demand service (also known as My5), including some high-profile US imports like House or Grey’s Anatomy. Offers Channel 5 shows for 30 days after broadcast.
  • UKTV Play’s Features programs broadcast by UKTV channels, which include Alibi, Dave, Drama, Eden, Gold, Good Food, Home, Really, W and Yesterday.

As well as these streaming services, Freeview also includes plenty of other digital channels like QVC, Ideal World, Spike, MovieMix, R&C, Quest, the Travel Channel, Challenge, True Crime, Viva, CBS Action, TBN, CBS Reality, TruTV, the Horror Channel, Talking Pictures, Blaze and the Craft Channel.

You can also access new services like Russia Today, Al Jazeera, BBC News 24, BBC Parliament, Sky News and Africa Live.

Freeview: TV the Other Way

Using Freeview Play

All of Freeview’s shows and channels can be accessed via a built-in TV guide app called Freeview Play, which also makes it easy to store and schedule recordings, set playlists, access archived TV shows and browse future schedules.

However, while all TVs made since 2008 have included Freeview as part of the package, they have not included compatibility with Freeview Play. Freeview themselves note that most 2016 TVs still lack the ability to use the service, although all TVs made by Panasonic, LG, JVC, Finlux and Humax will include it.

To access Freeview Play you need to connect your TV set to a broadband internet service at no extra cost beyond the price of broadband. You will also need to have an aerial connected to the back of your TV. If everything looks good, you should find that your TV automatically tunes into Freeview Play when it turns on.

Remember, only Freeview Play compatible TVs can access this feature, so it might be necessary to upgrade your TV if you want the free on-demand digital channels that Freeview provides.

Different Versions of Freeview

Freeview’s services come under a number of different packages, with the main options including:

  • Freeview Play: As discussed above, Freeview Play allows you to download older shows and scroll through current shows via an easy to use TV guide app, and it’s all free of charge.
  • Freeview HD: Provides access to 15 HD channels carried by the Freeview service, including BBC 1 & 2, 4 HD, 5 HD and ITV HD. To access these channels, you will need an HD TV that has Freeview HD included with its software, so double check when you are making a TV purchase if you want to access these popular HD channels free of charge.

freeview play

What Kinds of Boxes Are Needed to Get Freeview Up and Running?

Freeview boxes come in a variety of models, with different options for HD and standard TVs, and the added functionality of Freeview+ boxes, so it’s important to choose the right one for your needs. Here are the options you’ll have to choose from:

  • Standard Freeview Boxes: The default option for many Freeview customers (and the cheapest), basic boxes are essentially just digital TV tuners that hook you up to the channels offered by Freeview but do very little else.
  • Freeview+ Boxes: Designed to work with Freeview’s standard programming, boxes are more sophisticated than other models and enable users to rewind, pause and record shows with ease. They also allow you to carry out series link recordings, making it much easier to watch whole seasons of shows and queue up recordings so that you don’t miss a thing.
  • Freeview HD box: Specialist Freeview HD recorders are available that allow users to access the range of HD channels available from the Freeview network, so it’s basically an HD tuner. Not all HD recorders have this capability, so double check that the model you are looking at has Freeview HD compatibility.
  • Freeview+ HD Boxes: A step up from standard Freeview HD boxes, Freeview+ HD boxes allow you to record, rewind and pause shows and to queue up series for viewing at your leisure.
  • Standard Freeview+ boxes with upscaling capabilities: Some Freeview+ boxes don’t offer HD quality images but can still access Freeview’s HD channels via a technique called ‘upscaling’ which boosts the pixel resolution of images. You’ll need an HDMI cable to enjoy the advantages, but this type of box can be a cheaper alternative to buying a true HD TV.

Connecting a Freeview Box: Things to Consider

Before you can access Freeview’s channels, you will need to ensure that your TV and box can connect to the system. To do so, you will need to connect your TV to an aerial, which is best placed outdoors and has to have a functioning connection to the aerial point in your TV room.

For most people, this isn’t a huge problem, as Freeview works just fine with existing TV aerials. However, in some cases, users discover that their aerial is malfunctioning, resulting in a grainy image when they turn their Freeview box on. In those instances, the best option is to bring in a professional aerial installer to iron out the problems.

When you have an aerial connected properly, all that is needed is a Freeview compatible TV. You should be able to access free digital channels automatically. If you don’t have a compatible TV, you’ll need a Freeview or Freeview+ Box. Boxes are also needed if you intend to record shows to watch later.

If you have a satellite dish (from a previous Sky subscription, for example), unfortunately you can't use it to access Freeview's services. You'll need to install an aerial before you can get started.

Freeview Boxes: Typical Specifications

Not all Freeview boxes are alike, and there are some key specifications that buyers should keep in mind. For example, you might want to check:

  • Storage: How much video content your box can hold at any one time. At the low end of the market, you can find boxes with as little as 100GB of capacity, though 250GB or 500GB are standard. If you are a TV junkie and store a lot of series at the same time, you may want to look for something roomier, with 2TB models on the market as well. You can even find boxes that allow you to connect external hard drives, essentially making your storage capacity limitless.
  • Smart options: Some modern Freeview boxes are ‘smart’, which means they have many more ways of interacting with other devices. For instance, they may have sockets for USB flash sticks or SD cards, more web functionality to access services like Netflix, Spotify or YouTube.
  • Ports: Connectivity is another vital spec to consider. Most boxes have one or more SCART ports to hook up with TVs, it might also be handy to have USB sockets and HDMI ports for streaming digital content. Many boxes also have Bluetooth and Wi-fi connectivity, but not all of them, so look closely if you intend to connect your Freeview box up to other devices in the home.
  • Audio & Freeview boxes don’t just deal with HD and standard visuals. They also have an impact on the sound quality of the TV and movies you watch. Look for systems with Dolby Digital Plus for home cinema standard sound quality.

What to Think About Before Buying Freeview

Freeview is a great option if you want to access some of the UK’s favourite TV channels and record shows for later. It has a pretty impressive range of channels for a free service, an easy to use interface and doesn’t cost a thing, which is why millions of people choose to use it.

However, before you make a purchase, it’s worth thinking about which setup works best for you. You could go for a basic Freeview box and connect it to an existing TV if all you want is recordable content from BBC, ITV, Channel 4 etc.

Then again, Freeview HD offers the same selection of channels and the opportunity to enjoy movies, dramas and documentaries in incredibly high resolution. HD TVs are more expensive than standard sets, but you can defray some of the costs of upgrading by sourcing your TV content via Freeview instead of taking out BT or Sky subscriptions.

So think about whether you simply want to get Freeview working, or whether it’s time to upgrade your entire TV watching setup. There are plenty of deals on HD TVs at HotUKDeals, and many of them have Freeview HD included as standard.

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Pros and Cons of Freeview

Freeview is free, offers plenty of entertainment and is easy to use, but it has its downsides. Most importantly, the range of channels suffers in comparison to other broadcasters like Sky and BT. If you love sport, you’ll probably be willing to pay extra to subscribe to BT Sport or Sky Sports, as Freeview offers hardly any sporting content.

The same almost applies to movies. While you can find Film4 on Freeview, you won’t find Sky Movies, which offers a massive array of films every week. Then again, with Smart Freeview boxes that can connect to wi-fi networks, you can access streaming services like Netflix, Blinkbox and Amazon Video, all of which host plenty of movies, so it’s not a total disaster. Freeview can actually work as an economical tool for movie buffs.

Freeview also only offers boxes and TV services, but when you take out Virgin or BT TV subscriptions, much more can be injected into the mix. For example, you can get deals on BT landlines and TV at the same time, which can be a good option for some households. It’s definitely something to think about, but may not be a deal breaker.

The fact is that Freeview offers a good entertainment solution for millions of households. There’s no better way to access the core British TV channels for free, and with services like Freeview HD and Freeview Play, Freeview competes well with the products on offer from other TV companies.

How and When to Make A Freeview Purchase

Customers don’t tend to buy Freeview on its own. Most of the offers you’ll find at HotUKDeals are for TVs with Freeview functionality. So, if you want access to Freeview HD, look for TVs with Freeview HD in their list of specifications. You’ll find a wide range of suitable products at retailers like Currys, Argos and John Lewis as well as eBay and Amazon sellers.

You can also head to the same retailers for Freeview and Freeview compatible boxes (like NOW TV), and there are often combo deals featuring boxes and TVs to be had as well.

The best time to check for deals is around Black Friday in November and the January Sales, when TVs are often slashed in price, but big reductions are being announced all the time. With 4K TVs being eased into the mainstream, you can often find savings on older HD TVs, with Freeview as part of the bundle.

Save Money on Your Next Entertainment Purchase at the HotUKDeals Freeview Listings

Freeview offers a great way to watch the UK’s favourite TV channels, with content that drama fans, news hounds and comedy lovers will adore. Find the best possible deals on Freeview compatible TVs and boxes by checking the HotUKDeals Freeview listings on a regular basis.