Hisense 49N5700 49 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Cheaper than Chips! £419 (in store only)@ Richer Sounds
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Hisense 49N5700 49 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Cheaper than Chips! £419 (in store only)@ Richer Sounds

£419£449 7% Richer Sounds Deals
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Edited by:"jamgin"Found 25th Nov
All other big stores charging £449 for this television. Includes 6 year warranty.

I also got John Lewis to price match(within an hour) if you want to do it online.

I'm not saying whether it's 10 bit or not...

David Dickinson will look SO good on this television although his orange face may blow a couple of pixels on the screen.

Le Specs :
HDR10 and HLG compatible
Taking 4K UHD one stage further, the 49N5700 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 49N5700 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.

6yr guarantee included
Top comments

Chips are cheaper, so I voted cold for attempting to mislead.
19 Comments

Chips are cheaper, so I voted cold for attempting to mislead.

Dilithium3 m ago

Chips are cheaper, so I voted cold for attempting to mislead.


Lol

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I'm looking at either this or philips 50pus6262 . Anybody know which is better??

houghy116 m ago

I'm looking at either this or philips 50pus6262 . Anybody know which is …I'm looking at either this or philips 50pus6262 . Anybody know which is better??


I'd lean towards the philips personally but they're both similar TVs.

Dilithium40 m ago

Chips are cheaper, so I voted cold for attempting to mislead.


it depends how many chips

Original Poster

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What is the difference between these 2 TV's: hotukdeals.com/dea…732 - apart from the price Obv.

EndlessWaves3 h, 20 m ago

I'd lean towards the philips personally but they're both similar TVs.


Thanks ,I was after the Hisense h50n6800 but it's not dropped in price over the BF period. Just wondering what these 2 are like.

burnleymik1 h, 35 m ago

What is the difference between these 2 TV's: …What is the difference between these 2 TV's: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hisense-h495500uk-49-inch-4k-hdr-tv-369-amazon-2828732 - apart from the price Obv.


The 5500 doesn’t have wide colour gamut which is beneficial for HDR. The 5700 doesn’t have the full range but does have 58% of it so the HDR image will pop a bit more on the 5700. So it all comes down to is that worth the extra money to you, how much benefit having some of the wide colour gamut is on these sets gives is hard to know without seeing the two side by side showing the same hdr content as the impact might be restricted by other factors.

I will say that I bought the 5500 and for the price it produces a brilliant image, while a black screen shows the backlight uniformity isn’t perfect this is something all non-oled's suffer from but with the 5500 the resulting Dirty Screen Effect and Vertical banding that this causes is not noticeable, certainly better than my much more expensive LG where watching something with a single solid colour and panning shots such as Football can be a problem. There are a few small issues (such as the menu response can be a bit laggy so you click back, think it hasn’t registered so you click again and it then sees a double input and the 3rd HDMI port is only HDMI 1.4 so only does 4K at 30fps and won’t accept a HDR image via it so down the line you may have to buy a hdmi switch that supports hdmi 2.0 and hdcp 2.2 which currently are rare and expensive if you have more than 2 4K devices to plug in) but at the price you can’t really complain as you have other tv's much more expensive with shortcoming that have a worse image quality

simonwakefield133 m ago

The 5500 doesn’t have wide colour gamut which is beneficial for HDR. The 5 …The 5500 doesn’t have wide colour gamut which is beneficial for HDR. The 5700 doesn’t have the full range but does have 58% of it so the HDR image will pop a bit more on the 5700.


~58% is the portion of the Rec. 2020 colour gamut covered by the standard SDR rec. 709 colour gamut (u'v' measurement). So it's also a standard gamut backlight.

Cold because not funny. Only joking. No vote.

Let's not forget the 6yr guarantee that's included.

simonwakefield121 h, 57 m ago

The 5500 doesn’t have wide colour gamut which is beneficial for HDR. The 5 …The 5500 doesn’t have wide colour gamut which is beneficial for HDR. The 5700 doesn’t have the full range but does have 58% of it so the HDR image will pop a bit more on the 5700. So it all comes down to is that worth the extra money to you, how much benefit having some of the wide colour gamut is on these sets gives is hard to know without seeing the two side by side showing the same hdr content as the impact might be restricted by other factors. I will say that I bought the 5500 and for the price it produces a brilliant image, while a black screen shows the backlight uniformity isn’t perfect this is something all non-oled's suffer from but with the 5500 the resulting Dirty Screen Effect and Vertical banding that this causes is not noticeable, certainly better than my much more expensive LG where watching something with a single solid colour and panning shots such as Football can be a problem. There are a few small issues (such as the menu response can be a bit laggy so you click back, think it hasn’t registered so you click again and it then sees a double input and the 3rd HDMI port is only HDMI 1.4 so only does 4K at 30fps and won’t accept a HDR image via it so down the line you may have to buy a hdmi switch that supports hdmi 2.0 and hdcp 2.2 which currently are rare and expensive if you have more than 2 4K devices to plug in) but at the price you can’t really complain as you have other tv's much more expensive with shortcoming that have a worse image quality


Which would you go for out of these two and why? Thanks
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simonwakefield122 h, 1 m ago

The 5500 doesn’t have wide colour gamut which is beneficial for HDR. The 5 …The 5500 doesn’t have wide colour gamut which is beneficial for HDR. The 5700 doesn’t have the full range but does have 58% of it so the HDR image will pop a bit more on the 5700. So it all comes down to is that worth the extra money to you, how much benefit having some of the wide colour gamut is on these sets gives is hard to know without seeing the two side by side showing the same hdr content as the impact might be restricted by other factors. I will say that I bought the 5500 and for the price it produces a brilliant image, while a black screen shows the backlight uniformity isn’t perfect this is something all non-oled's suffer from but with the 5500 the resulting Dirty Screen Effect and Vertical banding that this causes is not noticeable, certainly better than my much more expensive LG where watching something with a single solid colour and panning shots such as Football can be a problem. There are a few small issues (such as the menu response can be a bit laggy so you click back, think it hasn’t registered so you click again and it then sees a double input and the 3rd HDMI port is only HDMI 1.4 so only does 4K at 30fps and won’t accept a HDR image via it so down the line you may have to buy a hdmi switch that supports hdmi 2.0 and hdcp 2.2 which currently are rare and expensive if you have more than 2 4K devices to plug in) but at the price you can’t really complain as you have other tv's much more expensive with shortcoming that have a worse image quality


Do you know the code needed to get Sky Plus remote Rev.9 working with it? Tried about 10 different codes but no luck yet

davek43 m ago

Which would you go for out of these two and why? …Which would you go for out of these two and why? Thankshttps://www.richersounds.com/tv-projectors/all-tvs/samsung-55-inch-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-smart-led-tv-tvplus-2.htmlhttps://www.richersounds.com/tv-projectors/all-tvs/lg-55uj670v.html


Without having used each I can’t really say. If you have another £50 you could look at the Hisense 6800 which got great reviews from avforums

chapchap41 m ago

Do you know the code needed to get Sky Plus remote Rev.9 working with it? …Do you know the code needed to get Sky Plus remote Rev.9 working with it? Tried about 10 different codes but no luck yet


I'm on Sky Q which worked with very little effort so unfortunately I don’t know

Original Poster

Dilithium25th Nov

Chips are cheaper, so I voted cold for attempting to mislead.


Nowt worse than cold chips
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