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Hisense 43 Inch H43A6550UK Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR - £349 at Argos / Very
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Hisense 43 Inch H43A6550UK Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR - £349 at Argos / Very

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Posted 26th Nov 2018
Enter the world of 4K Ultra HD resolution with the Hisense A6550. Featuring UHD Certified resolution, HDR technology and Sports Mode to bring out the best in the game, from your living room. With an intuitive and easily navigable Vidaa U Smart TV interface and Freeview Play, catch up on your favourite shows and latest movies on Netflix, Amazon Video, BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5.

Model number: H43A6550UK.

Television picture quality:

  • LED TV Screen.
  • 4K Ultra HD Certified display resolution.
  • Motion rate 60Hz.
  • Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
  • Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.

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This or the Hisense H43A6200UK ? i prefer this model as it has a centre stand but not a deal breaker if the panel/spec is worse.
lurch3 m ago

This or the Hisense H43A6200UK ? i prefer this model as it has a centre …This or the Hisense H43A6200UK ? i prefer this model as it has a centre stand but not a deal breaker if the panel/spec is worse.


Same here I'm so confused with the models, and I'm looking something with a centre stand too so any comments or opinons from people that own it?
Better off with the H43AE6100UK which is available for £279
Bob.126/11/2018 11:33

Better off with the H43AE6100UK which is available for £279


Based on?
found these differences

A6550
Panel Bit Depth 10 (8bit + FRC)
Digital & Analog Tuner DVB-T2(Freeview HD)/T/C/S2/S
Energy Efficiency Class B
Power Consumption 80W

AE6100
Panel Bit Depth 8bit + FRC
Digital & Analog Tuner DVB-T2/T/C/S2/S
Energy Efficiency Class A+
Power Consumption 74W
lurch26/11/2018 12:36

found these differencesA6550Panel Bit Depth 10 (8bit + FRC)Digital & …found these differencesA6550Panel Bit Depth 10 (8bit + FRC)Digital & Analog Tuner DVB-T2(Freeview HD)/T/C/S2/SEnergy Efficiency Class BPower Consumption 80WAE6100Panel Bit Depth 8bit + FRCDigital & Analog Tuner DVB-T2/T/C/S2/SEnergy Efficiency Class A+Power Consumption 74W


Our TVs just packed in looking for 43 inch for using fire stick & Nintendo switch. Which do you think lurch?
lurch3 h, 25 m ago

Based on?


Just being pretty much the same TV but £70 cheaper
shimmy12 h, 18 m ago

Our TVs just packed in looking for 43 inch for using fire stick & Nintendo …Our TVs just packed in looking for 43 inch for using fire stick & Nintendo switch. Which do you think lurch?


Hisense A series. Not much point going for anything more expensive at that size. This might help:
avforums.com/thr…59/
lurch3 h, 17 m ago

found these differencesA6550Panel Bit Depth 10 (8bit + FRC)Digital & …found these differencesA6550Panel Bit Depth 10 (8bit + FRC)Digital & Analog Tuner DVB-T2(Freeview HD)/T/C/S2/SEnergy Efficiency Class BPower Consumption 80WAE6100Panel Bit Depth 8bit + FRCDigital & Analog Tuner DVB-T2/T/C/S2/SEnergy Efficiency Class A+Power Consumption 74W


Would you say they are significant differences worth £80?
Hard to tell, I would have to buy a bigger tv unit if I got the 6100 as it uses the stupid 2 feet option.

I'm also looking at LG 49UK6300PLB which is ips panel and the hisense is va

avforums.com/thr…00/

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I've gone for a H43AE6100UK
lurch27/11/2018 11:05

I've gone for a H43AE6100UK


Same! Ordered from richer sounds
Bob.127/11/2018 14:32

Same! Ordered from richer sounds


Nice one, let me know your thoughts as would be good to compare.I had to buy one of these amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1 as

"The A6200 sits on feet that are positioned at either end of the screen and match the overall design. You'll need a surface at least 980mm wide and 244mm deep on which to place the TV."

So 4" bigger than my existing cabinet.
Edited by: "lurch" 27th Nov 2018
lurch27/11/2018 15:02

Nice one, let me know your thoughts as would be good to compare.I had to …Nice one, let me know your thoughts as would be good to compare.I had to buy one of these https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B077P3SZGT/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 as"The A6200 sits on feet that are positioned at either end of the screen and match the overall design. You'll need a surface at least 980mm wide and 244mm deep on which to place the TV." So 4" bigger than my existing cabinet.


I thought I read the TV was 980mm wide but from pics I seen the feet aren't right each end both are in abit so you could probably get away with the existing cabinet (does that make sense)
Bigsmoke82527/11/2018 15:14

I thought I read the TV was 980mm wide but from pics I seen the feet …I thought I read the TV was 980mm wide but from pics I seen the feet aren't right each end both are in abit so you could probably get away with the existing cabinet (does that make sense)


Ah I read it as the feet were 980mm apart as 244mm deep would be the depth of the legs not the tv, my cabinet is 890mm wide.
Edited by: "lurch" 27th Nov 2018
lurch27/11/2018 15:22

Ah I read it as the feet were 980mm apart as 244mm deep would be the depth …Ah I read it as the feet were 980mm apart as 244mm deep would be the depth of the legs not the tv, my cabinet is 890mm wide.


I could be wrong but Argos shows the footprint of the tv to be 80.2 cm so as long as your cabinet is wider than that it should fit (I think) someone will probably come along and say that's nonsense but I think that's how it works lol
Bigsmoke8258 m ago

I could be wrong but Argos shows the footprint of the tv to be 80.2 cm so …I could be wrong but Argos shows the footprint of the tv to be 80.2 cm so as long as your cabinet is wider than that it should fit (I think) someone will probably come along and say that's nonsense but I think that's how it works lol


just found this hisense.co.uk/tvs…00/

  • Dimensions (With Stand) (W X H X D) 970 x 608 x 213 mm
  • Dimensions (Without Stand) (W X H X D) 970 x 573 x 71 mm
  • Distance Between Two Feet on Stand 802mm

so it would fit my cabinet width wise, i'll measure the depth tonight as it thins out either side at the ends. I only paid £16 for the vesa stand so will see how sturdy the factory feet are as some people report they are flimsy and the tv tilts forward.
Bob.127th Nov

Same! Ordered from richer sounds


Hi mate have you got it yet? would be interested to hear your thoughts on it.
I'll be trying to pick one of these up for under £300.00 during the Christmas sales. This looks like HiSense best offering for a 43" TV. Metal chassis, centre stand, looks a lot more premium than the 6200/6250.
I ended up going with the LG436750 from Argos eBay for £329 and I have to say I love it!
How is this a deal, it’s been this price for along time
mmattys3038 m ago

How is this a deal, it’s been this price for along time


Well both show this price as offer price.
Bigsmoke82521st Dec

I ended up going with the LG436750 from Argos eBay for £329 and I have to …I ended up going with the LG436750 from Argos eBay for £329 and I have to say I love it!


How are the colours, skin tones on the LG. Got a cheaper one last year but everyone looked like David Dickinson. Was constantly messing the settings
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