Hisense 50N6800 50 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart ULED TV Freeview Play with 6 Year Warranty  £499.00  Richersounds
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Hisense 50N6800 50 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart ULED TV Freeview Play with 6 Year Warranty £499.00 Richersounds

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Found 11th Jan
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Good price
Its too big for me the OH said
It says HDR 10, but also says it's compatible with 4k bluray (non-HDR). Anybody have a clue why?
Too small for me
Just the right size for me
Love the Goldilocks and three bears story
Edited by: "Buyer1024GB" 11th Jan
ZackyJ20 m ago

It says HDR 10, but also says it's compatible with 4k bluray (non-HDR). …It says HDR 10, but also says it's compatible with 4k bluray (non-HDR). Anybody have a clue why?


HDR has to do with colour depth, and 4K to do with resolution. I don't believe they have to be mutually inclusive.
I have the 55" and i highly recommend it. Don't feel others are close for the price
Is this better than the Samsung MU6400 - which is actually a bit cheaper with 5 year warranty?
ZackyJ34 m ago

It says HDR 10, but also says it's compatible with 4k bluray (non-HDR). …It says HDR 10, but also says it's compatible with 4k bluray (non-HDR). Anybody have a clue why?


Yes earlier blu-ray decoders used slightly different onboard processing of the colour ranges etc, this works with all formats regardless of age.


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Topgun1005 m ago

Is this better than the Samsung MU6400 - which is actually a bit cheaper …Is this better than the Samsung MU6400 - which is actually a bit cheaper with 5 year warranty?


Here is a side by side for you to review

displayspecifications.com/en/…b24
dant198i16 m ago

I have the 55" and i highly recommend it. Don't feel others are close for …I have the 55" and i highly recommend it. Don't feel others are close for the price


What are the viewing angles like, reviews seem to question this ? Are you sitting straight in front on the TV ?
Topgun10032 m ago

Is this better than the Samsung MU6400 - which is actually a bit cheaper …Is this better than the Samsung MU6400 - which is actually a bit cheaper with 5 year warranty?


samsung has better input lag for games, but that model i believe suffers light bleed in dark areas not sure if its lots of faulty panels or just some people noticing it more than others, quick search should show the problems.
Great deal
Will this be notice able much difference from a hisense 55m5500, only got it last year
jonmarz8918 m ago

Will this be notice able much difference from a hisense 55m5500, only got …Will this be notice able much difference from a hisense 55m5500, only got it last year


Yes. It'll be 5 inch smaller. Never go smaller. Go bigger. *Unwritten book of TV purchasing.
Pentop1 h, 25 m ago

What are the viewing angles like, reviews seem to question this ? Are you …What are the viewing angles like, reviews seem to question this ? Are you sitting straight in front on the TV ?


To be honest I usually do sit near enough straight on to the tv but I dont think the angles are as bad as these reviews are making out. When I have been off angle no complaints and no complaints from others just compliments.
rev62 h, 1 m ago

Yes. It'll be 5 inch smaller. Never go smaller. Go bigger. *Unwritten book …Yes. It'll be 5 inch smaller. Never go smaller. Go bigger. *Unwritten book of TV purchasing.


actually there both 50, but is the hdr good enough to notice
rev62 h, 32 m ago

Yes. It'll be 5 inch smaller. Never go smaller. Go bigger. *Unwritten book …Yes. It'll be 5 inch smaller. Never go smaller. Go bigger. *Unwritten book of TV purchasing.


So true, speaking from experience never to be repeated
I like the look of the Hisense TVs, but would a Sony Bravia KD49XE8396 be worth paying a bit more for? It's £628 at Currys. Thanks, it seems like a minefield choosing something!!
jonmarz899 h, 36 m ago

actually there both 50, but is the hdr good enough to notice



Well it won't have been a hisense 55m5500 you have then!

Assuming it's the 50" version, then compare: displayspecifications.com/en/…379

This one is a newer TV and more future proof (e.g. supports HLG HDR, which is what BBC will eventually use). But personally I don't think there's enough difference to warrant replacement. Rather than replacing low-mid range and mid-range TVs every year, you'd be far better off paying double or a bit more and getting something much better, and replacing that every 2-3 years. That is where you would then see a noticable difference in picture quality.
I replace my TV every 9 years...
Actually I've not even done that yet.

My 2008 Panasonic Plasma is still good enough as our main TV!
tickedon6 h, 11 m ago

Rather than replacing low-mid range and mid-range TVs every year, you'd be …Rather than replacing low-mid range and mid-range TVs every year, you'd be far better off paying double or a bit more and getting something much better, and replacing that every 2-3 years. That is where you would then see a noticable difference in picture quality.

Edited by: "k9mkii" 12th Jan
k9mkii23 m ago

I replace my TV every 9 years... Actually I've not even done that …I replace my TV every 9 years... Actually I've not even done that yet.My 2008 Panasonic Plasma is still good enough as our main TV!



I was responding to jonmarz89 who seems to want to replace his TV after only a year...

Personally I see no reason to replace a TV regularly nor to replace one low/mid-range set with another year on-year; but my point was if you must change regularly much better to get something better and change that a bit less often (2-3 years).
Good point well made.
tickedon23 m ago

I was responding to jonmarz89 who seems to want to replace his TV after …I was responding to jonmarz89 who seems to want to replace his TV after only a year... Personally I see no reason to replace a TV regularly nor to replace one low/mid-range set with another year on-year; but my point was if you must change regularly much better to get something better and change that a bit less often (2-3 years).

in-store exclusive :-( no delivery
Would JL pricematch ?
SilverBlack2 m ago

Would JL pricematch ?


No, I've tried...
Why didn't they pricematch they have stores all over the shop ?
SilverBlack1 h, 54 m ago

Why didn't they pricematch they have stores all over the shop ?


JL's reply:
"
Thank you for your enquiry regarding a price match.

In order to apply a price match on a purchase, the request needs to meet the criteria in our Never Knowingly Undersold policy. I’ve reviewed the request you’ve submitted and I’m afraid it doesn’t match all or parts of our policy.

For a price match to be successful, the product must come with the same conditions of sale, delivery times and service conditions we offer.

In this instance, the Hisense H50N6800 ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV is only available to customers who visit the Richer Sound's store in person, and delivery options are not offered. We offer products to all our customers who can choose to go in store to purchase, or buy online for home delivery or to Click & collect from one of our shops, so we won’t price match on this occasion.

Find out more about our Never Knowingly Undersold policy here

Please don’t hesitate to submit another price match request should you find a competitor offering a like-for-like product which meets our Never Knowingly Undersold policy conditions.

Thank you for considering us for your purchase, and for bringing this to our attention."

HTH
k9mkii7 h, 37 m ago

I replace my TV every 9 years... Actually I've not even done that …I replace my TV every 9 years... Actually I've not even done that yet.My 2008 Panasonic Plasma is still good enough as our main TV!



watching my 42" pan plasma now - just as old / never put on standby as apparently they get stuck , and still as good as new / just a little fed up with using 500 watts and not being compatible with my blu ray player (takes about 10 mins to sink!)
HDTVTest have a very good indepth review of this TV :
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