48 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart internet Wi-FiLED TV Hitachi- Manufacture refurbished with 12 months Argos Guarantee- free delivery- Ebay outlet- Argos
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48 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart internet Wi-FiLED TV Hitachi- Manufacture refurbished with 12 months Argos Guarantee- free delivery- Ebay outlet- Argos

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Found 23rd Sep 2016
This 4K WiFi LED TV comes with a 12 months Argos Guarantee. Hitachi 48 Inch Ultra HD 4K Smart Wi-FiLED TV.

Refurbished With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee

Upgrade your home entertainment with this 48 inch Ultra High Definition TV with four times the detail of Full HD. Hitachi's latest 4K Ultra High Definition Smart TVs feature built-in Freeview HD to give you a fantastic choice of channels and a selection of Smart apps including Netflix and YouTube. Saorview is available for people in the Republic of Ireland.

SRS TruSurround HD is included and will make TV and film nights even more exciting.

Smartvue.

Television picture quality:

LED TV Screen.

4K Ultra HD display resolution.

With optional 2D to 3D conversion.

Screen size: 48 inches.

Motion rate 50Hz.

Viewing angle 178/178 degrees.

Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.

Connectivity:

1 SCART socket, 3 USB ports and 4 HDMI sockets.

Smart TV.

VGA input socket.

Composite socket.

Optical connection.

Headphone socket.

AV socket.

Wi-Fi enabled.

Ethernet connection.

DLNA compatibility.

Open browser.

Suitable for wall mounting 400 x 200 bracket.

Sound quality:

SRS TruSurround HD sound system.

2 x 10 watt RMS power output.

Digital features:

Features USB video playback.

Freeview HD digital tuner.

Saorview digital tuner (Saorview can only be received in the Republic of Ireland).

CI plus slot.

Additional features:

Sleep timer.

Parental controls.

Size of TV H65, W109, D10cm.

Size of TV with stand: H69.8, W109.3, D27.6cm.

Footprint of TV 95cm.

Weight of TV with stand: 11.4kg.

Energy efficiency information:

Energy efficiency rating: a.

On mode power consumption 87 watts.

Annual power consumption 127kWh.

Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.

9 Comments

"With optional 2D to 3D conversion"

how this is not a 3D tv

The apps are so limited on these. I have them in the kids rooms and the only decent apps are Netflix YouTube and iplayer. You can't get itvplayer and so on on these

Same TV (Vestel rebrand) is £300 new in Sainsbury's branded Celcus. Already posted.

Check online images of front, rear etc you will see they are the same TV.

And £300 is the normal price for this TV.
Edited by: "Nujol" 23rd Sep 2016

kkthomask

Manufacture refurbished with 12 months Argos Guarantee


From previous HUKD threads for this TV it appears that it is made in Turkey by Vestel who brand it as Hitachi. Vestel does not appear to have a manufacturing base in UK, only an admin office. For the TV to have been refurbished by the manufacturer, it presumably has been sent to Turkey and then sent back to UK. For this to be cost-effective, it suggests the base value of the TV is exceptionally low which in turn suggests low quality, and/or the TV has not been "manufacturer refurbished" in either the implied or literal meaning of that phrase.

Nujol

Same TV (Vestel rebrand) is £300 new in Sainsbury's branded Celcus. … Same TV (Vestel rebrand) is £300 new in Sainsbury's branded Celcus. Already posted. Check online images of front, read etc you will see they are the same TV. And £300 is the normal price for this TV.


Not convinced they are physically the same. The Sainsburys Celcus TV appears to have push-button controls compared to the Argos Hitachi that has a multi-function rocker control, plus the latter is notably less efficient according to the manuals (CEL-48UHDSB-16/1 and 48HK6T64U). Very similar otherwise, maybe one is a later version?

AndyRoyd

Not convinced they are physically the same. The Sainsburys Celcus TV … Not convinced they are physically the same. The Sainsburys Celcus TV appears to have push-button controls compared to the Argos Hitachi that has a multi-function rocker control, plus the latter is notably less efficient according to the manuals (CEL-48UHDSB-16/1 and 48HK6T64U). Very similar otherwise, maybe one is a later version?



If you read the corporate info about Vestel they have a "totally modular system" or something like that where some components can be varied for different brandings however the core components of the TV's are identical (screen, processor etc). A good example is the differing remotes and buttons.

Some of the brands also do bespoke manuals vs the Vestel rebrand manuals eg the Toshiba ones (don't know about Hitachi).

They are despite cosmetic differences both Vestel models of this era which are usually £300 new.

The apps on this tv are rubbish

Terrible TV returned mine within 24 hours motion blur made picture unwatchable

Mine arrived smashed up in a box that looked like it had been left outside for 6 months and the rats had been happily chewing on the box!

Finally got a refund 5 days later after nearly an hour on the phone being passed from department to department.
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