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electriQ E43UHDHDRS2Q 43" 4K Ultra HD Smart HDR LED TV with Dolby Vision and Freeview Play £257.97 Appliances Direct
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electriQ E43UHDHDRS2Q 43" 4K Ultra HD Smart HDR LED TV with Dolby Vision and Freeview Play £257.97 Appliances Direct

£257.97£303.9715%Appliances Direct Deals
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Posted 8th Oct
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electriQ 43" 4K Ultra HD Smart HDR LED TV with Dolby Vision and Freeview Play E43UHDHDRS2Q

What stands out
  • Enjoy pin sharp, stunningly realistic picture detail on the huge 4K Ultra HD screen
  • Bring your 4K content to life and enjoy HDR movies and games with intensely vibrant colours
  • View Dolby Vision HDR content from a wider choice of sources including Netflix and Amazon Prime Video
  • Built-in Netflix 4K and Amazon Prime Video apps with plenty of free apps and games to download
  • Watch over 70 FREE TV and radio channels with the built-in Freeview HD tuner
  • Scroll back through the TV guide and watch shows you've missed using Freeview Play
  • 3 HDMI inputs and 1 USB port for you to hook up all your devices at once
  • Wirelessly cast movies, music and pictures from your smartphone to enjoy on the TV
  • Unbranded design makes it really easy to coordinate with your other TV accessories
The detailsThis stylish 4K TV is bustling with advanced features to help take your movie nights to the next level. As well as offering razor-sharp 4K picture quality, this model supports not one, not two, but three HDR formats - HDR10, HLG and the more advanced Dolby Vision, which delivers increased colour depth, contrast, and brightness to give you a picture that's closer to the original intentions of the director. This means you'll be able to watch a whole lot more HDR content from a wider choice of sources like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV 4K and 4K Blu-rays with spectacularly detailed images that bursting with colour!

When it comes to content, you're spoilt for choice! It comes with all your favourite apps pre-installed, including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4 and Demand 5, so you're sure to find something to keep you entertained, whatever mood you're in. The built-in Netflix app also supports 4K streaming, which means you'll be able to binge watch your shows in all their glory. There's also hundreds of free downloadable apps available from the app store, so you're sure to find an app that matches your mood.

The TV comes with a built-in Freeview HD tuner that serves up over 70 TV channels and 30 radio stations - all for free! You can even watch your favourite BBC, ITV and Channel 4 programmes in glorious HD at no extra cost. It’s even got Freeview Play, which is brilliant if you're bit of a telly addict because it allows you scroll backwards through the TV guide to catch up with shows from the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and plenty more other channels. If that wasn't enough, the TV offers a USB record setting which is really handy if you're likely to miss your favourite show. Simply connect a USB storage device into the back of the TV, find the programme you want to record using the on-screen guide and watch it later.

For a TV of its size, you'll be pleased to know that it comes with plenty of ports for you to take full advantage of your multimedia devices. For example, it gives you access to three HDMI 2.0 ports to connect up a 4K Blu-ray player and game console with room to spare, so you don't have to rummage around the back of the TV to switch between devices. There's also an optical output to hook up a soundbar and a USB 2.0 port, meaning you'll be able to connect a USB drive to playback video content on the big screen.


Essential info
  • 43" LED TV
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • High Dynamic Range: HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision
  • Smart TV with built-in WiFi
  • Freeview HD and Freeview Play
  • 3 HDMI inputs and 1 USB ports
  • Viewing angle: 178/178
  • Resolution: 3840 x 2160
  • Refresh rate: 50 Hz
  • USB media playback
  • USB recording
  • Screen mirroring
  • Dolby Digital Plus
  • Surround Mode
  • Total sound output: 20W
  • HDMI ARC
  • HDCP 2.2 compatible
  • Energy efficiency class: A+
  • Wall mountable: VESA 200 x 200
  • Dimensions with stand: W 96.5 x H 62.3 x D 27.5 cm (size with stand)
  • Dimensions without stand: W 96.5 x H 57.5 x D 8.9 cm (size without stand)
  • Stand width: 74 cm
  • Weight without stand: 8 kg
  • 1 year warranty

Connections
  • 3 x HDMI 2.0
  • 1 x USB 2.0
  • 1 x VGA input
  • 1 x Composite video
  • 1 x Component video
  • 1 x Analogue audio
  • 1 x Optical audio
  • 1 x Headphone
  • 1 x Common interface (CI+)
  • 1 x RF input
  • 1 x Ethernet

What's in the box
  • TV
  • Remote control
  • Remote control batteries
  • Base stand
  • User manual
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6 Comments
Any reviews?
Andrew_Jeffs08/10/2019 13:56

Any reviews?


There won't be any professional reviews, with it being a Vestel home brand TV.

It's the same TV as the equivalently sized 4K Techwood, Hitachi, Bush, Panasonic (550 series). Each of them just have a slightly different frame and stand design.
Dolby vision? On this?
wow if this TV has Dolby vision which has something like peak brightness of 10000 nits that would be amazing. even hdr10 which had peak brightness of 1000 nits is really amazing
needs investigating
Shinobei08/10/2019 19:16

wow if this TV has Dolby vision which has something like peak brightness …wow if this TV has Dolby vision which has something like peak brightness of 10000 nits that would be amazing. even hdr10 which had peak brightness of 1000 nits is really amazing needs investigating


Compatible with Dolby Vision just means that it can interpret the dynamic metadata. The TV will be limited to around 300nits, so content will look pretty much the same as SDR.
chancooluk08/10/2019 20:33

Compatible with Dolby Vision just means that it can interpret the dynamic …Compatible with Dolby Vision just means that it can interpret the dynamic metadata. The TV will be limited to around 300nits, so content will look pretty much the same as SDR.


Yeh I figured it'd be too good to be true.
I take it the HDR 10 claim is bollocks too
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