Hisense 43" 4K TV - 5 year guarantee £469 @John Lewis H43N5700
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Hisense 43" 4K TV - 5 year guarantee £469 @John Lewis H43N5700

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Found 22nd Jul 2017
Slightly cheaper at ebuyer but now so sure about the warranty there. Also, same price at Richer Sounds with 6 year warranty but only if your local store has stock as it is out of stock online.
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8 bits + FRC
pavel76

8 bits + FRC


How do you know? I'm not saying I don't believe you, but I am just interested in how to find out these things.
Alvie

How do you know? I'm not saying I don't believe you, but I am just … How do you know? I'm not saying I don't believe you, but I am just interested in how to find out these things.



displayspecifications.com/en/…c04
BigIFFY

http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/67afc04


Thanks
Alvie

Thanks



Displayspecs just harvest data from around the web so it's not uncommon for them to be wrong, take anything listed there with a pinch of salt.

Although in this case it doesn't matter, A 10-bit panel is just a small but expensive refinement found in high end TVs. It would be an absurd waste of money to put a 10-bit panel in something at this price, it's only worthwhile when all the more influential hardware is top spec.
Is it me or is this not as good as the recent M7000? Seems to not be and certainly doesnt look as good.
How does this compare to the 43m3000 that is frequently seen on HUKD ?
Alvie1 h, 42 m ago

Thanks

You can generally guess because of the price too 😊
apdjdj

Is it me or is this not as good as the recent M7000? Seems to not be and … Is it me or is this not as good as the recent M7000? Seems to not be and certainly doesnt look as good.



I believe the M7000 is being replaced with the NU8700 so this is several steps down the range.
Theres 49" and even a 55" Hisense at Fenwicks in Newcastle cheaper than this
Expensive for just a Hisense 43ins uhd tv I paid £400 a month ago for a 50ins.
Remember the saying...."Hisense makes no sense"....ROFL
Not trying to put somebody off but every shop I visited hisense tv's always looked not as bright as LG, Samsung and Panasonic in simlar price range? Is this the way they configure them or its just not worth it?
spenspuma

Remember the saying...."Hisense makes no sense"....ROFL


When did that become a saying?
Alvie

When did that become a saying?



When Hisense started selling goods.
The Hitachi model of this TV (exactly the same, but with different name stuck on) was only £250 not so long ago, so seems steep...
i'd like to see some proper reviews of this in the future - particularly in comparison to the 43m3000 - this could end up being quite a good tv - but just scouring the internet at this early stage - not many people seem to have one

as a 43m3000 owner i'm curious of the difference in hdr and the backlighting technology of it

main detractor of 43m3000 is occasional discrepancies in the backlight when there's movement - otherwise it's been pretty good for the money (though i did pay £240 for my tv so even with it's minor flaws it's been a good buy)

43m3000 was edge lit and this is direct lit - so i'm wondering if that will make a difference - will have to keep an eye out for this one in shops to see what the picture is like

---------- just seen a couple of reviews published at richersounds - both 5 stars on all fronts - they are the only ones i can find
Edited by: "evilmingdoctor" 26th Jul 2017
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