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Hisense 43 Inch H43B7300UK Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR + 2 Year Warranty - £299 @ Argos
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Hisense 43 Inch H43B7300UK Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR + 2 Year Warranty - £299 @ Argos

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See every detail in stunning 4K HDR with the Hisense B7300. 4K UHD offers 4x more pixels than Full HD whilst HDR makes blacks darker, whites brighter and enhances contrast. With an intuitive VIDAA U 3.0 Smart TV OS it's never been simpler to access entertainment from Netflix and Prime Video. Freeview Play also lets you catch up on your favourite shows on BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5, and UKTV Play.

4K HDR With 4x more pixels than Full HD, Hisense's 4K UHD resolution provides a pin-sharp picture with beautifully natural motion and incredible detail. Adding HDR dramtically enhances detail by maximising contrast and colour accuracy.

Model number: H43B7500UK.

Television picture quality:

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

  • Screen size: 43 inches.
  • Size of TV H56.4, W96.9, D8.5cm.
  • Size of TV with stand: H60.7, W96.9, D18.6cm.
  • Weight of TV 7.2kg (unpackaged).
  • Weight of TV with stand: 7.8kg.
  • Footprint of TV 60.6cm.
  • Suitable for wall mounting 200 x 200 bracket.
  • Packaged size H66.6, W108, D16.6cm.
  • Packaged weight 10.7kg.
Sound quality:

  • DTS sound system.
  • 2 x 7 watt RMS power output.
Connectivity:

  • 2 USB ports and 3 HDMI sockets.
  • Composite socket.
  • AV socket.
  • Optical connection.
  • Built in Wi-Fi.
  • Ethernet connection.
  • DLNA compatibility - allows you to wirelessly send content from devices like laptops, tablets and smartphones.
  • Mobile high-definition link.
  • 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 90 watts.
  • Annual power consumption 132kWh.
  • Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.
  • This product contains lead.
  • EAN: 6942147451182.
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£299 was £299 - I am missing something?
Edited by: "AgentDaleCooper" 16th Aug
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I've reserved the 55" version to collect later today (£449). Though a bit of a risk seeing as like the 7100 there is very little owner review feedback out there for the 7300. But should be an improvement over the 2018 6000 series.
dave9946115/08/2019 14:50

I've reserved the 55" version to collect later today (£449). Though a bit …I've reserved the 55" version to collect later today (£449). Though a bit of a risk seeing as like the 7100 there is very little owner review feedback out there for the 7300. But should be an improvement over the 2018 6000 series.


Nice
dave9946115/08/2019 14:50

I've reserved the 55" version to collect later today (£449). Though a bit …I've reserved the 55" version to collect later today (£449). Though a bit of a risk seeing as like the 7100 there is very little owner review feedback out there for the 7300. But should be an improvement over the 2018 6000 series.


Did you own the 2018 600 series? What was wrong with it?
George_Colley15/08/2019 17:01

Did you own the 2018 600 series? What was wrong with it?


No I never owned it, but in doing my research for a new TV looking at the 6000 series as an option some reports & reviews suggest that the HDR was almost non existent \ pointless on it due to poor light\brightness levels. OK, I know your not going to get a £1000 TV HDR performance on something half the price, but to have such features on a set yet suffering from reported in affective brightness to use it kind of put me off. OK my main reason is more a 4K TV, but some notable level of HDR on a TV claiming to feature it is better than having no notable HDR. But as said, slightly risky seeing as no reviews on brightness or HDR on the 7000 series, but would like to think that this years model would improve on last years, time will tell.
I’m looking for a 43 inch tv now for my mum, budget £400. Is there anything substantially better than this worth within that budget?

if not I’ll order one of these for her tomorrow.
Ooooo, never realised the 7300 has a Freesat HD tuner along with the Freeview HD to!, maybe a 2019 model extra since I never seen mention of a sat tuner in last years model.. Now that is a very nice bonus to notice right out of the box as I unpack
I'm not very familiar with this brand but I've seen Samsung 4k TVs being sold for similar money previously.... Am I missing something?
George_Colley15/08/2019 17:01

Did you own the 2018 600 series? What was wrong with it?


I have one, think the model was n6480 65''. Cracking TV and sound. Yeah the HDR is non existent but picture is spot on. I got it for £899 on a price match from richer sounds about 20 months ago. I would have had to pay 500 more for a sony that had any noticeable HDR per my research. My eye isn't too keen and big was more beautiful.
mchu6am415/08/2019 21:51

I'm not very familiar with this brand but I've seen Samsung 4k TVs being …I'm not very familiar with this brand but I've seen Samsung 4k TVs being sold for similar money previously.... Am I missing something?


They offer outstanding bang for your buck when I researched. Have a look at some models and type it in with AV forum to see what they rate.
dave9946115/08/2019 19:42

No I never owned it, but in doing my research for a new TV looking at the …No I never owned it, but in doing my research for a new TV looking at the 6000 series as an option some reports & reviews suggest that the HDR was almost non existent \ pointless on it due to poor light\brightness levels. OK, I know your not going to get a £1000 TV HDR performance on something half the price, but to have such features on a set yet suffering from reported in affective brightness to use it kind of put me off. OK my main reason is more a 4K TV, but some notable level of HDR on a TV claiming to feature it is better than having no notable HDR. But as said, slightly risky seeing as no reviews on brightness or HDR on the 7000 series, but would like to think that this years model would improve on last years, time will tell.


Ah I see.
Many thanks for the comprehensive response.
Only negative on our 55" model to date is the ridiculously short power lead. Let's face it, many or most would wall mount the bigger ones, yet the lead is going to be way to short for that. But everything else seems spot on with the TV.
Pure_Evil16/08/2019 02:01

I have one, think the model was n6480 65''. Cracking TV and sound. Yeah …I have one, think the model was n6480 65''. Cracking TV and sound. Yeah the HDR is non existent but picture is spot on. I got it for £899 on a price match from richer sounds about 20 months ago. I would have had to pay 500 more for a sony that had any noticeable HDR per my research. My eye isn't too keen and big was more beautiful.


Ah , cheers for that.

Very helpful
dave9946116/08/2019 09:09

Only negative on our 55" model to date is the ridiculously short power …Only negative on our 55" model to date is the ridiculously short power lead. Let's face it, many or most would wall mount the bigger ones, yet the lead is going to be way to short for that. But everything else seems spot on with the TV.


Ah , there's worse things that a short power lead!
Bought this one on prime day for 250. Haven't had any issues.
What are the differences between the 7300 Vs 7100? Apart from a different stand and slightly higher power consumption, I cannot see the point of this model.
neepeh116/08/2019 11:28

What are the differences between the 7300 Vs 7100? Apart from a different …What are the differences between the 7300 Vs 7100? Apart from a different stand and slightly higher power consumption, I cannot see the point of this model.


Does the 7100 have the satellite tuner built in?. As there must be something more to it than a simple stand?. And if as said, it's got slightly higher power consumption, then the presence of a satellite tuner & cam slot could account for that. Maybe higher brightness levels to?
I am after a 49/55inch TV, when I was not looking there were plenty of good deals on here including the Hisense Costco deal at £270 (with code), anything similar going? I am open to brands Toshiba/Hisense etc...can anyone help please
don198515/08/2019 21:03

I’m looking for a 43 inch tv now for my mum, budget £400. Is there an …I’m looking for a 43 inch tv now for my mum, budget £400. Is there anything substantially better than this worth within that budget?if not I’ll order one of these for her tomorrow.


i got this yesterday Hisense H43B7500UK 43-Inch 399 quid plus you get 50 quid back making it 349 its 2019 model im well pleased with it
Edited by: "bountybob2" 16th Aug
I have owned the 'H75B7510UK' since 2016. HDR update came through and was awful on some things, making the image so dark you can't watch it. Turned off HDR and honestly, I would certainly buy again. 4K image on the TV without HDR is amazing. If the smaller screen size is the same and the saving offered is big enough between this and a Samsung etc, then I would still go Hisense.
£299 was £299 - I am missing something?
Edited by: "AgentDaleCooper" 16th Aug
bountybob216/08/2019 13:58

i got this yesterday Hisense H43B7500UK 43-Inch 399 quid plus you get 50 …i got this yesterday Hisense H43B7500UK 43-Inch 399 quid plus you get 50 quid back making it 349 its 2019 model im well pleased with it


Funnily enough, I was looking at that also and called Richer Sounds about it. Might go for it as I've got a 55 inch model from last year and I'm really pleased with it.

Thanks for the input.
Is it possible to put apps like mobdro on this?
Go for Sony. Then you don’t need to worry.
smokedsausage16/08/2019 16:12

Is it possible to put apps like mobdro on this?


Not sure, don't think so by the looks of it but going to check tomorrow when I'm off work to be sure. Seems to be some decent picture settings, though unsure what the optimum settings should be and as said no real owner user feedback on the set yet to suggest best pic settings however there is also an available "expert" settings tab to change the more advanced picture settings. But impressed with the 4k at default settings, very bright & vibrant. Even a decent HD broadcast looks much improved over a HD TV, so HD upscaling works great on the 7300.
Edited by: "dave99461" 16th Aug
Can anyone recommend a screen protector for that TV?
I'm after a Hisense model that includes Freesat as well as Freeview.
Size wise anything from 43 to 55 would be suitable. Any advice would be appreciated
is this chroma 4:4:4?
I previously owned a 49inch I got from Argos and I can also confirm the HDR is terrible, dark and washed out it looks better with it off.

If your looking to get a TV for HDR purposes then don't go for a hisense but if your after a vibrant 4k television then it does the job.

Only downside to owning one was when it was paired with a firestick 4k which forced it into HDR and looked terrible
zapiekankaxxl16/08/2019 17:01

Can anyone recommend a screen protector for that TV?


Cling film should do the trick.
mchu6am416/08/2019 21:16

Are we not better off purchasing the latest 43" 7500 series for £350 …Are we not better off purchasing the latest 43" 7500 series for £350 (including £50 cashback) from John Lewis with five year warranty?johnlewis.com/hisense-h43b7500uk-2019-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-43-with-freeview-play-black-silver/p4083351


£349 including cashback from Richer sounds with 6 year warranty.
Cherrypopper16/08/2019 22:38

£349 including cashback from Richer sounds with 6 year warranty.


Would prefer from JL as RS may not be around in six years time!
A got a 50inch for the same price
uzyg16/08/2019 19:35

I'm after a Hisense model that includes Freesat as well as Freeview. Size …I'm after a Hisense model that includes Freesat as well as Freeview. Size wise anything from 43 to 55 would be suitable. Any advice would be appreciated


I have the 55" model and that definitely has a satellite tuner, was nice to notice that out of the box but odd how its not advertised as having a satellite tuner in the standard features.
JLA9216/08/2019 20:44

I previously owned a 49inch I got from Argos and I can also confirm the …I previously owned a 49inch I got from Argos and I can also confirm the HDR is terrible, dark and washed out it looks better with it off.If your looking to get a TV for HDR purposes then don't go for a hisense but if your after a vibrant 4k television then it does the job.Only downside to owning one was when it was paired with a firestick 4k which forced it into HDR and looked terrible


But was it a 7 series 7xxx model or a previous series?. Only asking as this is a new (this years) model and whilst I've yet to fully test mine on the HDR side I've yet to see any such issues as you report.
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