Hisense 43N5700 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV £349 @ RicherSounds - In Store deal
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Hisense 43N5700 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV £349 @ RicherSounds - In Store deal

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Edited by:"Iru786"Found 22nd Nov
2% Quidco cashback
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Packing in all the tech


needed for a life-like picture and fantastic smart features, the Hisense


43N5700 delivers it all, at an affordable price.


HDR10 and HLG compatible

Taking


4K UHD one stage further, the 43N5700 boasts HDR10 (High Dynamic Range)


compatibility. This extends the range of colours for enhanced realism.


It also delivers brighter whites and darker blacks, helping to give this


TV stunning levels of contrast. It’s also compatible with HLG. This


looks set to be the high definition format used by broadcasters, giving


you even more realistic pictures from TV programmes.

Fantastically detailed 4K UHD
With


four times the resolution of Full 1080p HD, 4K (UHD) TV offers stunning


detail and resolution for totally life-like realism. Even without a


native 4K UHD signal, UHD upscaling means that you can scale up an


ordinary HD signal to make the best of the screen. Get Netflix 4K or


other 4K content and the image just keeps getting better.

Smart performer
Packing


a Quad Core processor, the Hisense is a powerful performer with Smart


content, too. Connect up to your home network by Ethernet or Wi-Fi and


enjoy access to a wide range of apps including favourites such as


Netflix, Amazon, YouTube and the BBC iPlayer. A built-in web browser


lets you browse and stream to your heart's content.

Share content
For


seamless integration with your other devices, Anyview Cast and Anyview


Stream let you share content from your smartphone, tablet or computer


and show it on the big screen.

Connect it all
With


three HDMI sockets and twin USBs, the 43N5700 copes with today’s typical


AV systems. Two of the HDMI sockets are the HDMI 2.0 version with HDCP


2.2, making this TV compatible with the UHD Blu-ray and 4K streaming


services. Other connections include the twin USB sockets, one of which


is the latest USB 3.0 version for a high speed link. Throw in an optical


connection for a soundbar/base and you've got everything you need in a


4K TV.

Freeview Play for catch-up TV
Freeview Play


makes catch-up TV easy. Find programmes from BBC iPlayer, the ITV Hub,


All4 and Demand 5 sitting alongside over 60TV Channels and up to 15 HD


channels. Simply scroll back in your TV guide to watch shows you missed


from the last 7 days. Just make sure your TV is connected to the


internet and you're good to go.

PVR USB
One of the USB


sockets lets you connect up a USB memory stick to use as a PVR. PVR


stands for Personal Video Recorder and lets you record TV programmes via


the set's Electronic Programme Guide. It can also pause live TV - just


like a subscription based set-top box.

Take your TV viewing to the next level, with this HDR-equipped, smart Hisense 43” TV.




18 Comments

That's a good price for this model telly.

Still praying this hits £300 on Friday! Heat though op

same price at amazon.

Original Poster

I am on the fence in regards to this. I am hoping that this would drop down a bit more over the weekend.

Does HDR10 mean it's a 10bit panel?
I'd like a 49" but this is a great price.

I’m in the market for a similiar sized telly and specs with a budget of around 400-450. Looking at either a Sony, Panasonic or Samsung. Hopefully a higher spec model gets a decent price drop around Black Friday itself

Original Poster

10 bit (8 bit + FRC)
parnaby10 m ago

Does HDR10 mean it's a 10bit panel? I'd like a 49" but this is a great …Does HDR10 mean it's a 10bit panel? I'd like a 49" but this is a great price.

Any good for gaming. If not what's best from the deals posted this week? Help required

parnaby45 m ago

Does HDR10 mean it's a 10bit panel? I'd like a 49" but this is a great …Does HDR10 mean it's a 10bit panel? I'd like a 49" but this is a great price.


Lol. Don't mention 10 bit, the deal will burst into flames.

I bought this last week when it was in stock at Curry’s for £329. Amazing set for the price. HDR is a massive bonus. I know it’s not true 10bit but honestly the picture is fantastic. I’ve had a Samsung 4K recently also. I think this one is better!

Original Poster

2% quidco as well

harmankardon250 m ago

I bought this last week when it was in stock at Curry’s for £329. Amazing s …I bought this last week when it was in stock at Curry’s for £329. Amazing set for the price. HDR is a massive bonus. I know it’s not true 10bit but honestly the picture is fantastic. I’ve had a Samsung 4K recently also. I think this one is better!


No, you bought the 5500, this is the 5700 model

destix31 m ago

No, you bought the 5500, this is the 5700 model


what is the differencew between 5500 and this 5700? its a bit confusing

Got this from Argos for £359, some observations:-

Remote buttons are a bit 'clicky' I don't use the originals as I use a harmony but it's just weird to me.

Media player has no goto function so you have to skip 10s at a time.

I use this as a bedroom TV, don't watch any broadcast stuff on it just streaming and usb content, picture is good, not amazing but good, what struck me was the sound, it's not as tinny and nonsense as some of these TVs, I'm impressed.

Standby LED is very bright, I may dim it with some film as I still want to see it just don't want to hide it with insulating tape.

Sometimes the TV is a tiny bit laggy and if you press back its goes but not till I've pressed it again meaning it goes back again once too many.

For balance this TV replaces a 2010 Samsung 32" so it's my first 'modern' TV.

parnaby3 h, 13 m ago

Does HDR10 mean it's a 10bit panel? I'd like a 49" but this is a great …Does HDR10 mean it's a 10bit panel? I'd like a 49" but this is a great price.


HDR10 is a content format to allow video to specify colour and contrast levels not seen before. A TV claiming HDR10 only means that it understands the format and says nothing about it's hardware.

A panel with 10-bit colour depth sounds like it should be connected to HDR 10-bit colour depth but HDR works differently and the LCD panel isn't the hardware creating the higher dynamic range. Whether the panel is 10-bit or not doesn't matter.

In terms of HDR this TV has little to no hardware to reproduce the extra colour and contrast, good HDR displays are still expensive.

destix10 h, 22 m ago

No, you bought the 5500, this is the 5700 model


You’re right - apologies. Not sure what the differences are but general comments re picture quality/HDR etc still stand

This or 49uj630 from lg

This is an in-store only deal, i don't think any cashback or voucher codes will work with this
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