43" Hisense 4k UHD TV £299 at Tesco Direct with voucher code TDX-KPYK
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43" Hisense 4k UHD TV £299 at Tesco Direct with voucher code TDX-KPYK

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Found 27th Apr 2017
43" 43M3000 Hisense 4k UHD HDR TV £299 at Tesco Direct with voucher code TDX-KPYK

Usual price £379, on a promotion save £60 to £319, then £299 with £20 voucher. Plus free delivery!!
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how does hdr work as I see on other sites it saying it doesn't have hdr. I'm looking a new tv but want hdr for gaming etc
Kristallnacht

how does hdr work as I see on other sites it saying it doesn't have hdr. … how does hdr work as I see on other sites it saying it doesn't have hdr. I'm looking a new tv but want hdr for gaming etc



​it does have HDR via a software update, via USB and HDMI 2.0 only though.
thank you very much is this a good tv to upgrade from a samsung 39" led? so to update it would I need to use a USB drive?
3 in stock at Loughborough park road Tesco £319
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3 in stock at Loughborough park road Tesco £319



​aye they are out the back in my store staff discount is making it tempting
I got this TV about 6 months ago, really really impressed. It has Freeview Play on it now too following the last SW update. Cannot recommend this box enough.
adamspencer95

it does have HDR via a software update, via USB and HDMI 2.0 only though.



What is HDR? Higher dynamic range - I looked it up but didn't seem like functionality - just better colours and contrast hence better picture - not actual functionality ?
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adamspencer95

it does have HDR via a software update, via USB and HDMI 2.0 only though.




No it's a automatic download software update. It will prompt them as soon as the TV is setup.
This will enable the HDR function and freeview play.
JKB123

No it's a automatic download software update. It will prompt them as soon … No it's a automatic download software update. It will prompt them as soon as the TV is setup. This will enable the HDR function and freeview play.



​I think they meant you will only be able to use hdr from sources that use hdmi 2.0 and from a USB stick I read it wrong myself and thought they where talking about USB update. I'm so tempted by this lol
I've been pondering getting this TV for a while, or now thinking the LG 43UH603V which can be had for £329. Any recommendations which would be the best to get please?

BTW it is also this price in Richer Sounds
It looks like Richer Sounds are matching this, includes 6 year warranty (as said above!)
Edited by: "clegg1981" 27th Apr 2017
I don't want to send anyone on a wide goose chase but if you live near to Burscough Bridge Tesco - I was in there last night and they had this on clearance for £179.
ncd

I've been pondering getting this TV for a while, or now thinking the LG … I've been pondering getting this TV for a while, or now thinking the LG 43UH603V which can be had for £329. Any recommendations which would be the best to get please? BTW it is also this price in Richer Sounds



That's correct. Richer Sound is in store only, but you do get 6 years guarantee

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Kristallnacht

​I think they meant you will only be able to use hdr from sources that u … ​I think they meant you will only be able to use hdr from sources that use hdmi 2.0 and from a USB stick I read it wrong myself and thought they where talking about USB update. I'm so tempted by this lol



​yes, the software update is automatic through the network, but HDR is only supportet via USB/HDMI2 sources i.e. the inbuilt freeview/apps dont support HDR. sorry if that wasn't clear
Edited by: "adamspencer95" 27th Apr 2017
adamspencer95

​yes, the software update is automatic through the network, but HDR is o … ​yes, the software update is automatic through the network, but HDR is only supportet via USB/HDMI2 sources i.e. the inbuilt freeview/apps dont support HDR. sorry if that wasn't clear



​no its ok I misread so it was my fault lol. I bit and bought the tv I don't really care about the apps as I'm going to be putting a kodi box into the tv for watching 4k streams and will be using an xbox one s so I should be ok shouldn't I?
How's the HDR quality on the Xbox one s with this Tv?
Just bought it, had £26 of vouchers too so decent price in the end.
ncd

I've been pondering getting this TV for a while, or now thinking the LG … I've been pondering getting this TV for a while, or now thinking the LG 43UH603V which can be had for £329. Any recommendations which would be the best to get please? BTW it is also this price in Richer Sounds



Don't buy the LG one i just returned it,ordered this thanks op
arjun311

Just bought it, had £26 of vouchers too so decent price in the end.



how to get the voucher pls
dorothyhoggarth

how to get the voucher pls


It s the clubcard points (vouchers)
dorothyhoggarth

Don't buy the LG one i just returned it,ordered this thanks op


Please can you explain why you returned the 603V as it is/was on my short list. Ta.
jazid

Please can you explain why you returned the 603V as it is/was on my short … Please can you explain why you returned the 603V as it is/was on my short list. Ta.



I was thinking LG got 4k tech specialty and it's a very hot deal here,but i was disapointed about this model after received and test it,no mention the TV turn black screen the second day i bought it then i Google about this model it's specially cheaper than others and have many complain,probably just me but compare this Hisense review I'd choose Hisense for the similar price,it's just my own experience but hopefully help someone x
I'm thinking of returning mine, the picture isn't the clearest. My Samsung in the other room has a much clearer picture.
Same price on Amazon if it helps anyone
4k hardly makes any difference if you sit very close to your tv then may be it does. explained in specifications too
arjun311

I'm thinking of returning mine, the picture isn't the clearest. My … I'm thinking of returning mine, the picture isn't the clearest. My Samsung in the other room has a much clearer picture.



4k hardly makes any difference if you sit very close to your tv then may be it does. explained in specifications too
theglorious94

4k hardly makes any difference if you sit very close to your tv then may … 4k hardly makes any difference if you sit very close to your tv then may be it does. explained in specifications too



​It was very visibly lower in quality, I wasn't just comparing 4k, it's gone back and holding out for a different TV.
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