48" 4K Ultra HD TV - Aldi Online Special Deal - £299.99
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48" 4K Ultra HD TV - Aldi Online Special Deal - £299.99

£299.99
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Found 28th Dec 2016Made hot 28th Dec 2016
Think it may be the same as one posted months ago
hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…797

Designed to provide an unprecedented, intense and immersive cinematic experience in your home with an Ultra HD resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, 4 times as many pixels as a conventional Full HD device. Remote control included.

Accessories Included
Remote Control with Active Energy Batteries
Connections
HDMI, Scart, USB, Compsite, RF Sockets, Mini AV, 3.5mm Headphone Jack, Mini YpbPR, CVBS, LAN
Features
Freeview HD, 16:9 Aspect Ratio, 4500:1 Contrast Ratio

39 Comments

Looks good for the price, but you really want HDR with 4k

Pondis

Looks good for the price, but you really want HDR with 4k



And if you want HDR, you want 10bit HDR, and then we're talking about £800 minimum. Its a £300 TV, its good for what it is.

If its the same deal as last month, why are they calling it a special deal?

Spence1115

And if you want HDR, you want 10bit HDR, and then we're talking about … And if you want HDR, you want 10bit HDR, and then we're talking about £800 minimum. Its a £300 TV, its good for what it is.



​Hisense 4k has 10 bit hdr and aren't that expensive

Cold. Same price it always is. It's the 2016 Vestel that has been £300 every time it's be posted. Normal price. Not a hot deal. Keen to hear "Pondis" why you "think it looks good for the price" given that the identical TV has been this price for the whole year and always £300 when posted (well sometimes people have daftly shared at above £300 but £300 is the normal price for this TV).

Who on Earth could possibly be voting this hot....?!?!?!?!? Same people who vote Duracell deals hot????
Edited by: "Nujol" 28th Dec 2016

Pondis

Looks good for the price, but you really want HDR with 4k



Does it? This 2016 Vestel is always £300 when posted, it's the normal price. That's not a hot deal or good for the price, that's normal price.

domd212

​Hisense 4k has 10 bit hdr and aren't that expensive



Could you let us all know which Hisense models have 10 bit panels please?

hisensnse m7000 great tv

Voted hot to annoy Nujol.

Banned

Who manufactures these?

Nujol

Cold. Same price it always is. It's the 2016 Vestel that has been £300 … Cold. Same price it always is. It's the 2016 Vestel that has been £300 every time it's be posted. Normal price. Not a hot deal. Keen to hear "Pondis" why you "think it looks good for the price" given that the identical TV has been this price for the whole year and always £300 when posted (well sometimes people have daftly shared at above £300 but £300 is the normal price for this TV). Who on Earth could possibly be voting this hot....?!?!?!?!? Same people who vote Duracell deals hot????



​It's a good 'deal'. It doesn't have to be discounted does it?

Out of stock online.

Cthomas957

​It's a good 'deal'. It doesn't have to be discounted does it?



Is it? Why is it a good deal? This item is available at this price from every retailer that sells it. It's a typical example of people seeing Aldi and assuming it's a good deal, that's what Aldi have made you believe, whereas in reality the item is exactly the same price as everywhere that sells the 50" ish Vestel 2016 UHD TV. Same price at ASDA, Sainsburys, Tesco, Coop, etc. etc. etc.

tafkas

Voted hot to annoy Nujol.



Haha your choice my friend Just trying to do my bit so someone not clued up doesn't buy it thinking they are getting a good price when in reality it is always this price.

Spence1115

And if you want HDR, you want 10bit HDR, and then we're talking about … And if you want HDR, you want 10bit HDR, and then we're talking about £800 minimum. Its a £300 TV, its good for what it is.



​how do you know if a tv is 10bit or 8bit

BrianSewell

Who manufactures these?



Vestel. You can tell from the stock display of the interactive features, the feet (sad I know) and the rear image as well. Vestel apart from anything else are the only manufacturer with the telltale slot for a 3-pin plug at the back. The list of brands under which this TV is sold is almost unending e.g. Panasonic, Toshiba, Hitachi, Polaroid, Celcus, Digihome and so on.

djdean

hisensnse m7000 great tv




10 Bit panel yes the ability to accept a 10 bit signal crazily no Hisense fit a T-Con board to the M7000 that cannot process a 10 bit signal also no point getting hung up on the 8 bit 10bit mayhem that is going on right now the panel is just a part of what is required to get a decent level of HDR rendering Premium UHD certification on a TV means that it has attained the minimum level to make HDR work this was agreed to by most of the main manufacturers Hisense included.

gazman090970

10 Bit panel yes the ability to accept a 10 bit signal crazily no Hisense … 10 Bit panel yes the ability to accept a 10 bit signal crazily no Hisense fit a T-Con board to the M7000 that cannot process a 10 bit signal also no point getting hung up on the 8 bit 10bit mayhem that is going on right now the panel is just a part of what is required to get a decent level of HDR rendering Premium UHD certification on a TV means that it has attained the minimum level to make HDR work this was agreed to by most of the main manufacturers Hisense included.



​yooo wottt!?!?!!??

hot --- has scart! great for upscaling my betamax recordings of crossroads from the 1980s

Sorry for my ignorance but is it a smart tv? Need Netflix lol

Nujol

Does it? This 2016 Vestel is always £300 when posted, it's the normal … Does it? This 2016 Vestel is always £300 when posted, it's the normal price. That's not a hot deal or good for the price, that's normal price.



​These TVs surprisingly have a huge following / market. Get your cheap veg for 59p & pick up a no name 4K 50" TV to go on your wall to watch all your favourite reality tv shows.

jameshothothot

hot --- has scart! great for upscaling my betamax recordings of … hot --- has scart! great for upscaling my betamax recordings of crossroads from the 1980s




Betamax!

Don't ya know VHS is the way to go?

Listen Sony is the best TV make I've had from the big box to the one I've got now the settings are easy to change and the quality picture you get in HDR is beyond this world! my advise just keep saving and spend a little more on the best

The only reason that buying this from Aldi rather than another retailer makes any sense is the 3yr warranty, although not sure how Aldi are at honouring those after the 1st year

westons1

Could you let us all know which Hisense models have 10 bit panels please?



It's not just about 10 bit panels you need a bright display something like a minimum of 700 cd/m2 otherwise it won't have a wide colour gamut which is the whole point of HDR. Many of the Hisense models which are HDR signal compatible only have a brightness from 200-350 cd/m2 which is actually less than many non HDR 4k tv's. Samsung do some outstanding HDR sets at a minimum of about £800-1000 with 1000 cd/m2, 10bit and a true wide colour gamut. However from what I've read their is a high failure rate on these Samsung panels but I guess they are state of the art for the moment.

Don't get me wrong though the Hisense models will reveal more shadow detail but they are not capable of creating a realistic natural bright image like the true HDR models. So its some improvement but certainly nothing that great.

Look here for details of which hisense models have true 10bit panels.

displayspecifications.com/en/…e16

what's the input lag like on this TV? 1000ms? scrub TV voted cold!!!

Nujol

Is it? Why is it a good deal? This item is available at this price from … Is it? Why is it a good deal? This item is available at this price from every retailer that sells it. It's a typical example of people seeing Aldi and assuming it's a good deal, that's what Aldi have made you believe, whereas in reality the item is exactly the same price as everywhere that sells the 50" ish Vestel 2016 UHD TV. Same price at ASDA, Sainsburys, Tesco, Coop, etc. etc. etc.



​£300 for a 50inch 4k tv. Sounds like a bargain to me. I've not noticed any other tvs posted on here from asda and co-op etc etc. Not saying I'd buy it though as I prefer the more premium brand. But like I say, looks like a bargain to me lol.

quick search shows these 2

Techwood 50" Freeview TV Smart 4K Ultra HD TV £279 WITH CODE @ AO

Digihome 50" 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV £299 Delivered @ Co-Op via eBay (55" £329)

shahidali47

what's the input lag like on this TV? 1000ms? scrub TV voted cold!!!



I've got a Finlux (vestel) 4k 3d tv and the input lag is 31ms in game mode. I don't know if this is also a Vestel or shares the same SOC chip. The Bauhn models sold in Australia appear to come direct from China. Many sets from different assemblers (vestel, umc etc) can share the same logic board or chipset and base their firmware on the same reference software from the SOC supplier, be it Mediatek, Rockchip or whatever. So it can be similar. Vestel's picture processing and scaling software is 'pixellance'

vestek.com.tr

blueflash

quick search shows these 2Techwood 50" Freeview TV Smart 4K Ultra HD TV … quick search shows these 2Techwood 50" Freeview TV Smart 4K Ultra HD TV £279 WITH CODE @ AODigihome 50" 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV £299 Delivered @ Co-Op via eBay (55" £329)



​Sweet! More bargains

Sorry bud, I already know the facts..... I just wanted to see where this would go.

Banned

domd212

​Hisense 4k has 10 bit hdr and aren't that expensive



​Not the same. Hisense supports 10bit signals but that is not the same as having an actual 10bit panel. On Hisense and any 4k TV under 800, all that happens is the signal is coverted to an 8bit one. You're not gonna get 1billion colours with Hisense.

Banned

westons1

Could you let us all know which Hisense models have 10 bit panels please?


What part of:
10 Bit panel yes the ability to accept a 10 bit signal crazily no Hisense fit a T-Con board to the M7000 that cannot process a 10 bit signal also no point getting hung up on the 8 bit 10bit mayhem that is going on right now the panel is just a part of what is required to get a decent level of HDR rendering Premium UHD certification on a TV means that it has attained the minimum level to make HDR work this was agreed to by most of the main manufacturers Hisense included.
...dont you understand??

Kmmmm/. /

Gollywood

​These TVs surprisingly have a huge following / market. Get your cheap v … ​These TVs surprisingly have a huge following / market. Get your cheap veg for 59p & pick up a no name 4K 50" TV to go on your wall to watch all your favourite reality tv shows.



Love it. Sums it up perfectly. Trick people into thinking they are getting a good deal on their shopping and then further trick them into buying a 4K TV at normal price.

BrianSewell

What part of:10 Bit panel yes the ability to accept a 10 bit signal … What part of:10 Bit panel yes the ability to accept a 10 bit signal crazily no Hisense fit a T-Con board to the M7000 that cannot process a 10 bit signal also no point getting hung up on the 8 bit 10bit mayhem that is going on right now the panel is just a part of what is required to get a decent level of HDR rendering Premium UHD certification on a TV means that it has attained the minimum level to make HDR work this was agreed to by most of the main manufacturers Hisense included....dont you understand??



Nujol

Love it. Sums it up perfectly. Trick people into thinking they are … Love it. Sums it up perfectly. Trick people into thinking they are getting a good deal on their shopping and then further trick them into buying a 4K TV at normal price.



3 year guarantee though where as most supplier's charge a lot more to get an extended guarantee. How much is a ao or argos extended warranty?

Here is a link to vestel's main tv catalogue which gives the options for Vestel. This does look like it could be a Vestel set.

http://vestelinternational.com/en/media/

I've had about 5 or 6 vestel items and they have never gone wrong. Sold some on in working condition without problems when upgrading. Panasonic remains most reliable tv despite their entry level larger tv's and their small tv's being from Vestel. At one point they had something like 40% of the UK tv market. There are many out there.

bonzobanana

3 year guarantee though where as most supplier's charge a lot more to get … 3 year guarantee though where as most supplier's charge a lot more to get an extended guarantee. How much is a ao or argos extended warranty?Here is a link to vestel's main tv catalogue which gives the options for Vestel. This does look like it could be a Vestel set. http://vestelinternational.com/en/media/I've had about 5 or 6 vestel items and they have never gone wrong. Sold some on in working condition without problems when upgrading. Panasonic remains most reliable tv despite their entry level larger tv's and their small tv's being from Vestel. At one point they had something like 40% of the UK tv market. There are many out there.



It doesn't look like it could be a Vestel, it IS a Vestel as I posted earlier in the thread, I wasn't making it up or speculating.

RE: the 3 year warranty - yes, very true
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