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Posted 9 September 2022

Hisense 50A6BGTUK 50" A6BG 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with Dolby Vision (2022) - £299 Delivered Using Code @ PRC Direct

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Code to use is 22AUTUMN20, £20 cheaper than most other outlets for the 2022 A6G

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See every detail in stunning 4K

See every detail in stunning 4K HDR with the Hisense A6BG. 4K Ultra HD offers 4x more pixels than Full HD whilst HDR makes blacks darker, whites brighter and enhances contrast. DTS Virtual: X™ automatically separates out dialogue from background noise for a clearer, multi-dimensional audio experience.

Dolby Vision HDR
Inspired by cinema technology for vivid, lifelike images.
Smooth Motion
Watch the action unfold seamlessly with Smooth Motion, reducing blur and screen lag for clearer, more fluid scenes.

AI Picture Optimisation
Elevate existing HD to the next level. Enhance all of your favourite sports, TV shows and movies to super clear, near-4K quality effortlessly.

DTS Virtual X - Immersive multi-dimensional audio.
Never miss a sound with DTS Virtual: X™. Dialogue is automatically recognised and separated out from background noise for a clearer audio experience. You can also listen at higher volumes without distortion.

Simple, Fast Smart System
VIDDA is a fast and simple smart system that can save you boot-up time and allow you to quickly access applications to make your TV more interesting

Alexa Built-In
Use Alexa via the Remote NOW app to control your TV with your voice, search across the VIDAA U platform or use any Alexa skills.

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    Might be a dumb question , but what is the main difference between this and the recent 50" and 55" Hisense deals from Argos?
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    The main difference appears to be that this uses their own TV OS instead of the better Roku interface. This also supports Dolby Vision, which is supported by a lot of streaming services and makes HDR content look better. Which can be a help on budget sets like this that struggle to show the HDR content anyway. Depends if the image quality or the built in apps app support/interface is now important to you.
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    Sadly, OOS and looks like it won't be coming back (Special order from manufacturer)
    I'm guessing this is end of life?
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