Unfortunately, this deal is no longer valid
43 Inch Hisense H43A6250UK Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR + 2 Year Warranty - £259 + Free C&C @ Argos
655° Expired

43 Inch Hisense H43A6250UK Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR + 2 Year Warranty - £259 + Free C&C @ Argos

£259£28910%Argos Deals
42
Posted 10th MayEdited by:"apur32"
With 4X more pixels than traditional Full HD, Hisense 4K Ultra HD resolution provides a pin sharp, super realistic picture with beautifully natural motion and incredible detail. Throw yourself into your most immersive TV experience yet with HDR meaning you'll get darker blacks, brighter whites and a better contrast. You can also play HDR content from compatible devices, such as an Ultra HD 4K Blu-ray player, PS4, Xbox or a USB flash drive which can all be connected via the HDMI and USB ports.

What's more, this TV has Freeview Play meaning you'll have catch-up TV in the




palm of your hand, as well as access to your favourite apps like Netflix, Amazon prime and BBC iPlayer. Suitable for any space, no matter the shape. Either choose to make it your room's centre-piece or mount it on your wall with the 200x200 brackets.

Model number: H43A6250UK.

Television picture quality:

  • LED TV Screen.
  • 4K Ultra HD Certified display resolution.
  • Motion rate 60Hz.
  • Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
Dimensions:

  • Screen size: 43 inches.
  • Size of TV H57.3, W97, D7.1cm.
  • Size of TV with stand: H21.3, W97, D60.8cm.
  • Weight of TV 7.9kg (unpackaged).
  • Weight of TV with stand: 8kg.
  • Footprint of TV 80.2cm.
  • Suitable for wall mounting 200 x 200 bracket.
  • Packaged size H66.6, W107.6, D13.8cm.
  • Packaged weight 10.6kg.
Sound quality:

  • Dolby Digital Plus sound system.
  • 2 x 7 watt RMS power output.
Connectivity:

  • 2 USB ports and 3 HDMI sockets.
  • Composite socket.
  • Optical connection.
  • Built in Wi-Fi.
  • Ethernet connection.
  • DLNA compatibility - allows you to wirelessly send content from devices like laptops, tablets and smartphones.
  • Smartphone remote.
  • Remote control included.
Smart TV features:

  • Smart TV.
  • Compatible with the following smart apps: Netflix, BBC iPlayer, iTV, demand 5, 4od, Amazon Prime, youTube.
  • Internet browser.
Digital features:

  • Features USB recording and video playback.
  • HDR - makes whites brighter, intensifies colour and enhances the overall picture for an epic cinematic effect.
  • Freeview Play digital tuner.
  • Freeview Play (UK).
  • Quad core processor.
  • CI plus slot.
Additional features:

  • Sleep timer.
  • Parental controls.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
Energy efficiency information:

  • Energy efficiency rating: A.
  • On mode power consumption 110 watts.
  • Annual power consumption 103kWh.
  • Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.
  • This product contains lead.
  • EAN: 6942147441121.
3227933.jpg
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
Your not going to get anything near HDR for this price. These are entry level 4K TV's and for less than 300 they're really good
RyanSargeant10/05/2019 14:06

Amazon reviews aren't spectacular for this either shame cos I'm after …Amazon reviews aren't spectacular for this either shame cos I'm after something like this


By no means an expert but at this price point there really isn't much competition. I have the 6100 and the night settings out the box are literally perfect. Unless your serious about tech, which I'm making the assumption your not going in at this price point you won't be disappointed. I have my 6100 hooked up to my Xbox one s and PS4 slim and use the apps on TV for Netflix and catch up etc. Watching TV on the tele is better than my previous Panasonic HD and gaming although HDR is only in text the quality is definitely upscaled compared to previous. The colours are richer compared to previous tech but next to 1000+ sets it will get shown up. But when it's less than 300 pounds you can't really argue. 2 year warranty with Hisense too and if you read up on AVforums they will give you some settings to tweak the picture to suit the majority of cases.
42 Comments
Looks good heat added
HEAT!
My mate has this set. To be honest it's very below par from an HDR point of view.
Save a bit more money up and buy something a better.
bobbymartini10/05/2019 09:52

My mate has this set. To be honest it's very below par from an HDR point …My mate has this set. To be honest it's very below par from an HDR point of view. Save a bit more money up and buy something a better.


What would you recommend instead? I read the hisense u7a is a bit dim too
I have the 55 inch version and agree the HDR is barely noticeable but the picture is above average for a 4k TV.
Your not going to get anything near HDR for this price. These are entry level 4K TV's and for less than 300 they're really good
the_mercy_of_percy10/05/2019 10:28

What would you recommend instead? I read the hisense u7a is a bit dim too


Sorry but I can't recommend anything. I don't have a 4k TV. Happy with my 3D LG at the moment. My mate's TV was an ok basic TV. Ok for dining room I suppose but I wouldn't want it for my main unit. It looks quite smart, frame wise, though.
Amazon reviews aren't spectacular for this either shame cos I'm after something like this
Might swap my philips 4k Ips for this
Would not touch another Hisense with a 20ft barge pole. This will do nothing but disappointment unless you have very low standards or perhaps just want it for gaming.
I am looking for a TV for kids room but it is not going to be connected to anything and they will only be able to watch what I plug in on the USB drive.
Would anyone know if this TV (software / menu) would be good for that purpose or is there any brand better for the same purpose?
Thank you
romariopl10/05/2019 22:46

I am looking for a TV for kids room but it is not going to be connected to …I am looking for a TV for kids room but it is not going to be connected to anything and they will only be able to watch what I plug in on the USB drive.Would anyone know if this TV (software / menu) would be good for that purpose or is there any brand better for the same purpose?Thank you


It's pretty good and easy to use, I have the model below the 6100 they're pretty identical expect the 6200 was given better hdr. Anyway I use usb in mine and you literally press the input button on the remote and the USB is highlighted as an option. So it's really easy to use in that retrospect.
RyanSargeant10/05/2019 14:06

Amazon reviews aren't spectacular for this either shame cos I'm after …Amazon reviews aren't spectacular for this either shame cos I'm after something like this


By no means an expert but at this price point there really isn't much competition. I have the 6100 and the night settings out the box are literally perfect. Unless your serious about tech, which I'm making the assumption your not going in at this price point you won't be disappointed. I have my 6100 hooked up to my Xbox one s and PS4 slim and use the apps on TV for Netflix and catch up etc. Watching TV on the tele is better than my previous Panasonic HD and gaming although HDR is only in text the quality is definitely upscaled compared to previous. The colours are richer compared to previous tech but next to 1000+ sets it will get shown up. But when it's less than 300 pounds you can't really argue. 2 year warranty with Hisense too and if you read up on AVforums they will give you some settings to tweak the picture to suit the majority of cases.
AliRazaZulfi10/05/2019 23:14

It's pretty good and easy to use, I have the model below the 6100 they're …It's pretty good and easy to use, I have the model below the 6100 they're pretty identical expect the 6200 was given better hdr. Anyway I use usb in mine and you literally press the input button on the remote and the USB is highlighted as an option. So it's really easy to use in that retrospect.


Thank you for your comments. Very helpful.
AliRazaZulfi10/05/2019 23:19

By no means an expert but at this price point there really isn't much …By no means an expert but at this price point there really isn't much competition. I have the 6100 and the night settings out the box are literally perfect. Unless your serious about tech, which I'm making the assumption your not going in at this price point you won't be disappointed. I have my 6100 hooked up to my Xbox one s and PS4 slim and use the apps on TV for Netflix and catch up etc. Watching TV on the tele is better than my previous Panasonic HD and gaming although HDR is only in text the quality is definitely upscaled compared to previous. The colours are richer compared to previous tech but next to 1000+ sets it will get shown up. But when it's less than 300 pounds you can't really argue. 2 year warranty with Hisense too and if you read up on AVforums they will give you some settings to tweak the picture to suit the majority of cases.


Great info @AliRazaZulfi Thank you
Edited by: "apur32" 11th May
apur3211/05/2019 08:02

Great info @AliRazaZulfi Thank you


No problem at all. To be honest whether I'm buying a cheap tv for the bedroom or the all singing and dancing one for the living room I usually use techradar and AVforums to get a general guide to what the tech is going to get like and any issues.

Up to £500 I don't think there's much competition for the Hisense if I'm honest and as I said AVforums usually do a thorough test and tell the users what settings to tweak out the box in order to get the best all round picture available. I was very surprised when I used the day and night settings as they were literally perfect all I had to do was dim the backlight for my own sake.

Again someone above mentioned the HU7a as the Hisense premium model and again it's a fantastic TV and I really like Hisense having never bought anything off them before they certainly are giving the go to brands a run for their money. I will be looking to add the HU7a in a 55 to the living room as it does look to meet all my requirements.

Happy to help
Great price to have in toilet
Was thinking to get a cheap TV to put in kitchen/hallway to just display family pictures and videos from USB . So just cycle through them like a big frame of sorts. Don't suppose the HDR would matter too much then. Is there feature on here to do something like that?
TimmyD11/05/2019 09:15

Was thinking to get a cheap TV to put in kitchen/hallway to just display …Was thinking to get a cheap TV to put in kitchen/hallway to just display family pictures and videos from USB . So just cycle through them like a big frame of sorts. Don't suppose the HDR would matter too much then. Is there feature on here to do something like that?


Not knowing about this set, but most usually have a gallery function when running pics off a usb. Settings let's you usually cycle through them and add effects, like transition. Should be fine for that.

Don't listen to the nit brigade and HDR cavalry. See if there's one in Curry's or John Lewis. Take a usb drive with pics on it to test. If you like the look of the picture, and it does what you want it to do, buy it.
the_mercy_of_percy10/05/2019 10:28

What would you recommend instead? I read the hisense u7a is a bit dim too


If I may give my two bobs worth.. I got a 55" Toshiba and as reasonable as it is when it's working, it continually needs reset by switching to TV before HDMI and it's hardly the greatest.

If you're going for 4k.. honestly HONESTLY save up as many affordable pennies as possible, the top line ones are where it's at. I have a 1080p Samsung 3D telly in the room with 400hz refresh and on all levels it blows this out of the water. Easily. Bigger better screens are always available in HD at these price ranges, unless you're willing to spend the bucks right now then hold off a teeny bit I'd suggest.
It's a £260, 43", 4K, HDR, Smart telly from Argos (with 12 month, no quibble warranty). It has pretty much all the apps (except Kodi and Smart IPTV) that you'll need

It represents outstanding value for money. If you want to pay twice as much (or more), go Samsung or LG.

If you hold off, you'll hold off forever. There's always a new 'big thing' just around the corner.
Edited by: "mikes1" 11th May
I've had the 49" version for a couple of years and think it's a superb 4K TV. Gaming (PS3/4/Pro, Switch, Wii, Steam Link) it's a great picture and the built-in Netflix and Amazon Prime work just lovely. Sound's crap but just about every TV I've ever used has had useless sound. Dunno about the comments on HDR but through the PS4 Pro it makes a big difference when enabled - although I've nothing really to compare it to. For the price Hisense TV's are a bargain IMO. My only regret is I didn't go for the 55" as I didn't think my living room would take it (it would, easily...)
Edited by: "chrisnbourne" 11th May
Davejay8111/05/2019 10:41

If I may give my two bobs worth.. I got a 55" Toshiba and as reasonable as …If I may give my two bobs worth.. I got a 55" Toshiba and as reasonable as it is when it's working, it continually needs reset by switching to TV before HDMI and it's hardly the greatest.If you're going for 4k.. honestly HONESTLY save up as many affordable pennies as possible, the top line ones are where it's at. I have a 1080p Samsung 3D telly in the room with 400hz refresh and on all levels it blows this out of the water. Easily. Bigger better screens are always available in HD at these price ranges, unless you're willing to spend the bucks right now then hold off a teeny bit I'd suggest.


Have to admit that, based on the limited selection of tvs I’ve seen, the more expensive ones did generally look a bit better.

That said, there’s nowhere around me that have the hisenses in stock/on show so I haven’t seen what these look like in person. I can’t bring myself to take a punt on a tv I’ve never seen!
Hisense DO apparently have proper good TVs.. but having seen them I'm hardly blown away. I knew this Tosh would be a bit tosh but just wanted the extra clarity for gaming and it's very nice streaming Netflix and Prime in 4k.. gaming is nicer too. But I regret the upgrade because it's not half the TV the Samsung still is.

We all want the image popping out the screen kind of 4k we see in the stores.. this Tosh isn't THAT far off but it's not impressive enough to warrant buying a new TV either... unless you have a PS4 Pro and an Xbox One X the consoles only look remotely brighter in areas IF there's HDR on board. Mines has Dolby HDR10 which led me to think I was getting a pretty top end screen see. But the refresh rate makes a huge difference and make sure there are enough 4k able HDMI slots!!
Kept going back and forward on this one. I caved in and purchased yesterday.

I would say at the moment, it’s a good TV with various options in the settings for you to change. Netflix 4K looks great and so does 1080p content. Got this mainly for the bedroom. Even as a main TV for the living room it would be good for. Just registered the 2 year warranty also, very easy and they send you a confirmation email with a PDF with your details if you ever have any issues and need to claim to put your mind at ease

Highly recommend purchasing.
Davejay8111/05/2019 11:06

Hisense DO apparently have proper good TVs.. but having seen them I'm …Hisense DO apparently have proper good TVs.. but having seen them I'm hardly blown away. I knew this Tosh would be a bit tosh but just wanted the extra clarity for gaming and it's very nice streaming Netflix and Prime in 4k.. gaming is nicer too. But I regret the upgrade because it's not half the TV the Samsung still is.We all want the image popping out the screen kind of 4k we see in the stores.. this Tosh isn't THAT far off but it's not impressive enough to warrant buying a new TV either... unless you have a PS4 Pro and an Xbox One X the consoles only look remotely brighter in areas IF there's HDR on board. Mines has Dolby HDR10 which led me to think I was getting a pretty top end screen see. But the refresh rate makes a huge difference and make sure there are enough 4k able HDMI slots!!


You've bought a £252 tv, hardly like you've paid the 1000-3000 premium for a proper 4k tv. Next time I suggest you do some proper research. People looking at this tv aren't wanting something all singing and dancing. You pay for what you get and at the bottom end of 4k it's an improvement over 1080 definitely so it's not a bad upgrade plus you get netflix in 4k too
AliRazaZulfi11/05/2019 15:11

You've bought a £252 tv, hardly like you've paid the 1000-3000 premium for …You've bought a £252 tv, hardly like you've paid the 1000-3000 premium for a proper 4k tv. Next time I suggest you do some proper research. People looking at this tv aren't wanting something all singing and dancing. You pay for what you get and at the bottom end of 4k it's an improvement over 1080 definitely so it's not a bad upgrade plus you get netflix in 4k too


No, no.. Toshiba 55" I got, it's got Dolby Vision HDR10 and works very well with it. Curiosity only cost me £317 from AO's eBay and I don't regret buying it overall, it's a good starting point but I'd sure as hell throw a grand at a decent one!
Davejay8111/05/2019 15:14

No, no.. Toshiba 55" I got, it's got Dolby Vision HDR10 and works very …No, no.. Toshiba 55" I got, it's got Dolby Vision HDR10 and works very well with it. Curiosity only cost me £317 from AO's eBay and I don't regret buying it overall, it's a good starting point but I'd sure as hell throw a grand at a decent one!


Hisense HU7a if your upgrading any of your other tvs. Its a very impressive TV for the money and can be had for around 500
AliRazaZulfi11/05/2019 15:16

Hisense HU7a if your upgrading any of your other tvs. Its a very … Hisense HU7a if your upgrading any of your other tvs. Its a very impressive TV for the money and can be had for around 500


Cheers for the heads up. See there's some intermittent interference on the HDMI's when I turn it on, should definitely claim it on warranty in the hope they write it off and refund me so I can upgrade it to a "proper" 4k telly. But in all honesty it IS a good TV.. I'm just a right moany git 😋
this or H43AE6100UK ?
bobbymartini10/05/2019 09:52

My mate has this set. To be honest it's very below par from an HDR point …My mate has this set. To be honest it's very below par from an HDR point of view. Save a bit more money up and buy something a better.


How much more we talking?
Voted hot
Derek_Dymond11/05/2019 19:11

How much more we talking?


I would say about another £100 to get into reasonable HDR territory for this size in my opinion.
can you put the now tv app on this tv
Edited by: "Snappyjoker" 11th May
BenderRodriguez11/05/2019 16:40

this or H43AE6100UK ?


Get this one it's marginally better and I don't think you can get the 6100 cheaper
Derek_Dymond11/05/2019 19:11

How much more we talking?


If you seriously considering gaming on a tele and you want HDR you need to be looking upwards of 700/800, Samsung Qleds and LG or Sony Oleds are where you want to be. Nothing less than 700 will even be able to deliver anything close to try HDR nor will it be the proper HDR10, the colour bands in the screens will not be able to cope with the demands HDR requires.

So if your on a budget and your wanting a good tele for the money look at the reviews on tech radar and AVforums. This TV isn't for you, if your wanting an introduction to 4k and cheap all round tele that will do a good job gaming wise with a low input lag for a 4k tele then buy this one or the 6100
... Or for another 40 quid go for this with a five year warranty?

Samsung TV from John Lewis right here
Edited by: "PiiWii" 12th May
I have the 55 inch 6250 ,I honestly struggle to see the difference with HDR on/off, as AliRazazulfi pointed out, you needed me to be aiming higher than this sort of budget for HDR . I'm more than happy with mine for 4k gaming with decent low lag.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text