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Hisense 50A6200 50 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play - £299 @ Richer Sounds
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Hisense 50A6200 50 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play - £299 @ Richer Sounds

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Posted 29th May

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Saw this recently with heat for £299 (same price) on amazon however with the 6 year warranty with RS I think its a better offer then on amazon

**update**

I got Free delivery, paid by phone & 6 year warranty still included
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Specs

  • 4K Ultra HD Yes
  • HDR Yes
  • BBC iPlayer Yes
  • Pixel Resolution 3840 x 2160
  • Speakers Yes
  • Screen Size 50
  • Stand Yes - Fixed
  • Wall Mount Required VESA - 200 x 200
  • Netflix 4K Streaming Yes
  • Maximum Stand Width (mm) 973
  • Panel Bit Depth 10 bit (8 + 2 FRC)
  • HDR Format HDR10, HLG
  • Analogue Tuner Yes
  • USB Video Playback Yes
  • USB Recording Yes
  • Headphone Socket No
  • Wireless Connection Yes
  • Full Web Browser Yes
  • ARC - Audio Return Channel Yes
  • Voice Activated TV Yes - Via Future Update
  • Quad Core Processor Yes
  • HDMI 2.0 Yes (2)
  • Screen Resolution 4k_ultra_hd
  • Panel Frequency (Hz) 50Hz
  • Dimensions excluding stand WxHxD (mm) 1127 x 661 x 73
  • Dimensions including stand WxHxD (mm) 1127 x 718 x 244
  • Digital Audio Output Yes - Optical
  • USB 2
  • Weight (KG) 11.7/12 (Without/With Stand)
  • Component No
  • Smartphone control Yes

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K0YS29/05/2019 13:34

the last 50inch hisense I had from RS about 4 years ago lasted 4 months …the last 50inch hisense I had from RS about 4 years ago lasted 4 months before it went bust. topped up the difference and went for a smaller Sony.the service from RS was pretty poor. they didn't take the TV back, instead told me to call Hisense who got a local technician to pick it up and have a look. that took 2 weeks. once RS got the TV back, they told me again to contact Hisense even though I had done that two weeks previously. after about 4 weeks or so with no TV and getting the manager involved, I asked for a refund which they declined and was left with no choice but to pay more for a smaller Sony TV.ive also had a Hisense last about 8 years used manily as a monitor with no issues at all.


How can they decline within 4 months? Infact they should have sorted it all out as your contract is with retailer.
the last 50inch hisense I had from RS about 4 years ago lasted 4 months before it went bust. topped up the difference and went for a smaller Sony.
the service from RS was pretty poor. they didn't take the TV back, instead told me to call Hisense who got a local technician to pick it up and have a look. that took 2 weeks. once RS got the TV back, they told me again to contact Hisense even though I had done that two weeks previously. after about 4 weeks or so with no TV and getting the manager involved, I asked for a refund which they declined and was left with no choice but to pay more for a smaller Sony TV.

ive also had a Hisense last about 8 years used manily as a monitor with no issues at all.
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Much better value with the 6 years inclusive, great spot!

Spex..

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Don't know how to add an update so I will leave it in the comments. Just called up the local store. The TV was in there warehouse. Arranged free delivery to my house for me. Cannot complain with the free delivery also.

Emailed me the 6 year warranty too
the last 50inch hisense I had from RS about 4 years ago lasted 4 months before it went bust. topped up the difference and went for a smaller Sony.
the service from RS was pretty poor. they didn't take the TV back, instead told me to call Hisense who got a local technician to pick it up and have a look. that took 2 weeks. once RS got the TV back, they told me again to contact Hisense even though I had done that two weeks previously. after about 4 weeks or so with no TV and getting the manager involved, I asked for a refund which they declined and was left with no choice but to pay more for a smaller Sony TV.

ive also had a Hisense last about 8 years used manily as a monitor with no issues at all.
K0YS29/05/2019 13:34

the last 50inch hisense I had from RS about 4 years ago lasted 4 months …the last 50inch hisense I had from RS about 4 years ago lasted 4 months before it went bust. topped up the difference and went for a smaller Sony.the service from RS was pretty poor. they didn't take the TV back, instead told me to call Hisense who got a local technician to pick it up and have a look. that took 2 weeks. once RS got the TV back, they told me again to contact Hisense even though I had done that two weeks previously. after about 4 weeks or so with no TV and getting the manager involved, I asked for a refund which they declined and was left with no choice but to pay more for a smaller Sony TV.ive also had a Hisense last about 8 years used manily as a monitor with no issues at all.


How can they decline within 4 months? Infact they should have sorted it all out as your contract is with retailer.
Ordered thanks OP
Are these Hisense good TV's? Never heard of them and don't know how they compare to the big boys such as samsung and LG? Any advice welcone
Paddy_Baker29/05/2019 22:01

Are these Hisense good TV's? Never heard of them and don't know how they …Are these Hisense good TV's? Never heard of them and don't know how they compare to the big boys such as samsung and LG? Any advice welcone


its like Huawei, come from shadow of great of wall of China, and in few years become second manufacturing worldwide phone maker! but Trump banned them! so, now you know
Paddy_Baker29/05/2019 22:01

Are these Hisense good TV's? Never heard of them and don't know how they …Are these Hisense good TV's? Never heard of them and don't know how they compare to the big boys such as samsung and LG? Any advice welcone


Class tbh. I have had a 50 inch and 43 inch the last few years. No complaints.
I've had a Samsung 32" TV for about 10 years, if I buy a 50" smart TV from Hisense, is it likely to last this long or would it be a bin in 3 years type job? I'm a bit of a snob in the sense I want something to last and not need replacing after a few years. I'm only looking at getting a decent HD TV to game on, would you HUKD'ers say this would fit the bill?
Hisense is big in China and can be found in all electrical stores out there. They're decent TVs that shouldn't be overlooked - much better than the likes of Sharp and LG IMHO. Gives the likes of Panasonic, Sony and Samsung a good run for their money.
This same tv was on a deal for about £255 a few days ago I’m sure.
Paddy_Baker29/05/2019 22:15

I've had a Samsung 32" TV for about 10 years, if I buy a 50" smart TV from …I've had a Samsung 32" TV for about 10 years, if I buy a 50" smart TV from Hisense, is it likely to last this long or would it be a bin in 3 years type job? I'm a bit of a snob in the sense I want something to last and not need replacing after a few years. I'm only looking at getting a decent HD TV to game on, would you HUKD'ers say this would fit the bill?


As with all things these days, they aren't built like they used to be. For TV's in particular the most likely failure point is the power supply after a few years. Even if you go top end with Samsung, LG or whoever you will get the same issue eventually. Easy enough to repair if you have the know how or will be cheap enough to replace in the future when it kicks the bucket.
With TV life it's all luck of the draw. I've had 2 Samsung LCD, 1 Polaroid LCD and a top of the range Sony LCD....all still alive and well after 9 years. The polaroid one from Asda is on pretty much 10 hours a day without fail.

If any of these do kick the bucket, I would consider a Hisense.
richardm8629/05/2019 23:03

This same tv was on a deal for about £255 a few days ago I’m sure.


Yes, it sure was. The eBay/Currys deal from last week - it was £254. I missed it. Gutted.
Can’t compete with Sony . Sony is the best tv manufactured in the world. If you guys want to buy a reliable tv with natural picture quality then buy Sony
anuruddha30/05/2019 09:04

Can’t compete with Sony . Sony is the best tv manufactured in the w …Can’t compete with Sony . Sony is the best tv manufactured in the world. If you guys want to buy a reliable tv with natural picture quality then buy Sony


I bought a Sony tv for 500 in 16 and the bloody thing only lasted 1 year! (Sony kdl50w805c)
It seems to be around £300 a lot of places. 6 year guarantee is good but I’m sure the price will come down more or there will be another deal to get it closer to £250.
This or the LG49UK6300
anuruddha30/05/2019 09:04

Can’t compete with Sony . Sony is the best tv manufactured in the w …Can’t compete with Sony . Sony is the best tv manufactured in the world. If you guys want to buy a reliable tv with natural picture quality then buy Sony


Actually disagree, generally. I had the 75XF9005 model from last year and I had it replaced three times due to constant lock ups with the software. I also had an A1E OLED that kept resetting itself.

Currently have a B8 OLED in the living room with no issues. Also have a Hisense for the bedroom that has lasted for years with no problems.

Like others have said, i think it's the luck of the draw, which is sad really when we're paying so much.
Does anyone know/has tested if the Hisense A6200 series allows Dolby Digital plus over the HDMI-ARC? I had issues with a Denon receiver recently with my Samsung TV.
shareef29/05/2019 13:40

How can they decline within 4 months? Infact they should have sorted it …How can they decline within 4 months? Infact they should have sorted it all out as your contract is with retailer.



Tell me about it. I was doing all the leg work. I was very disappointed with the service and made sure to let their CS team know too.
it was my first and last time id shopped with them.
K0YS29/05/2019 13:34

the last 50inch hisense I had from RS about 4 years ago lasted 4 months …the last 50inch hisense I had from RS about 4 years ago lasted 4 months before it went bust. topped up the difference and went for a smaller Sony.the service from RS was pretty poor. they didn't take the TV back, instead told me to call Hisense who got a local technician to pick it up and have a look. that took 2 weeks. once RS got the TV back, they told me again to contact Hisense even though I had done that two weeks previously. after about 4 weeks or so with no TV and getting the manager involved, I asked for a refund which they declined and was left with no choice but to pay more for a smaller Sony TV.ive also had a Hisense last about 8 years used manily as a monitor with no issues at all.


Hi there,

I was sorry to hear of the problems you had with your TV, and also of the poor service you received when reporting the issue!

Our customer service is genuinely our top priority so it is therefore always concerning to hear of any customer who isn’t completely happy with our service. With that in mind, so I can investigate what went wrong and ensure we resolve things to your satisfaction, please would you PM me with your sale and contact details?

Meanwhile, sincere apologies once again, and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Many thanks,

John Clayton
Operations Director
Richer Sounds
DavetheRave77730/05/2019 09:03

Yes, it sure was. The eBay/Currys deal from last week - it was £254. I …Yes, it sure was. The eBay/Currys deal from last week - it was £254. I missed it. Gutted.



I got this and am very happy for the price. It is a stop-gap until we get a big OLED, so the 2-year warranty isn't a concern (basically paying £10 a month for the TV in this sense).
I bought this tv and it’s great for the price! I need to fix it to a tv stand, does anybody know which kind of screws I have to buy? They don’t come with the tv..
inlandempire80830/05/2019 13:05

I bought this tv and it’s great for the price! I need to fix it to a tv s …I bought this tv and it’s great for the price! I need to fix it to a tv stand, does anybody know which kind of screws I have to buy? They don’t come with the tv..



Why does it need to be screwed down to the tv stand? :/
inlandempire80830/05/2019 13:47

It’s a tv tv stand, this one https://www.argos.co.uk/product/5715273So I n …It’s a tv tv stand, this one https://www.argos.co.uk/product/5715273So I need screws to attach the tv to the stand




I put mine on the wall. Have a look in the manual it says what screws it needs. In any case I bought these amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1 and the screws I needed where included. Am sure they where one of the m6 sizes but I can't remember.
I got this TV last month via the ebay code. As for a 4K TV its amazing for the price. But the HDR is not that good to the point where I don't use it for gaming at least.
Good deal. Got the 65" 6100 model
Does anyone know often does that eBay/Currys code comes around? Could do with jumping on that offer next time for a new TV.
I need me a Sony for my room 43 or 50 is perfect
I have a 50 inch Hisense and it's great. My only gripe is the sound drops when I watch Amazon Prime. Any dark scenes are pretty fuzzy too. I could I suppose have a go at the settings but don't know much about it.
So all in all I think they are the best of the budget telly's.
TeddyB31/05/2019 16:58

I have a 50 inch Hisense and it's great. My only gripe is the sound drops …I have a 50 inch Hisense and it's great. My only gripe is the sound drops when I watch Amazon Prime. Any dark scenes are pretty fuzzy too. I could I suppose have a go at the settings but don't know much about it.So all in all I think they are the best of the budget telly's.


I found exactly the same.
The shadowing and blockiness in dark scenes is a huge concern for me. I've frigged around with the settings and managed to improve it slightly, but it still looks unsightly. If you find a solution, please share. Thanks
i got the 55" curved 3 years ago for £389, still going strong , cracking picture, sound wasnt so great but when you couple it up with a sound bar its great
JERRY_Dockery04/06/2019 16:34

i got the 55" curved 3 years ago for £389, still going strong , cracking …i got the 55" curved 3 years ago for £389, still going strong , cracking picture, sound wasnt so great but when you couple it up with a sound bar its great


That's, I'm not the only one then. This is why I won't buy a bigger size.
mucker04/06/2019 13:17

I found exactly the same.The shadowing and blockiness in dark scenes is a …I found exactly the same.The shadowing and blockiness in dark scenes is a huge concern for me. I've frigged around with the settings and managed to improve it slightly, but it still looks unsightly. If you find a solution, please share. Thanks


I bought the 55" 2 weeks ago and I just can't get the picture quite right, I've spent ages messing with it but my biggest annoyance is the fuzzy/ blockiness on black scenes. It's driving me mad!!
If anyone has decent picture settings please share
Would it be feasible to use this TV as a computer monitor?

I have seen that people recommend (not for gaming) 4k @ 60Hz @4:4:4, I use my alienware GTX1080)laptop for 3D modelling and thought this could be used as a wall mounted main display as an ultra large screen.

I even wondered if it is possible to use just the bottom half only outputting the laptop at 3840x1080p while at my wall mounted folding desk, then use full 4k when watching the tv from further back e.g. from a sofa in a home office. Not sure if this would be better for graphics card during work if it was possible to output at 3840x1080p.

2 in 1 use for £300 would be a bargain.

Thoughts appreciated
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