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Hisense 55 Inch H55A6250UK Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR @ Argos £399.00 3 year warrenty
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Hisense 55 Inch H55A6250UK Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR @ Argos £399.00 3 year warrenty

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Posted 4th Jan
Dive into an exciting and thrilling TV experience with this whopping 55 inch Smart 4K UHD TV by Hisense. With 4X more pixels than traditional Full HD, Hisense 4K Ultra HD resolution provides a pin sharp, super realistic picture with beautifully natural motion and incredible detail. And the HDR, means you'll get darker blacks, bright whites and a better contrast. You can also play HDR content from compatible devices, such as an Ultra HD 4K Blu-ray player, PS4, Xbox or a USB flash drive which can all be connected via the HDMI & USB ports.

What's more, this TV has Freeview Play which means you'll have catch-up TV in the palm of your hand, as well as access to your favourite apps like Netflix, Amazon Prime and BBC iPlayer.

Model number: H55A6250UK.

Television picture quality:

LED TV Screen.
4K Ultra HD Certified display resolution.
Motion rate 60Hz.
Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
Dimensions:

Screen size: 55 inches.
Size of TV H72.6, W124.2, D7.3cm.
Size of TV with stand: H78, W124.2, D24.4cm.
Weight of TV 14kg (unpackaged).
Weight of TV with stand: 14.3kg.
Footprint of TV 101.8cm.
Suitable for wall mounting 300 x 200 bracket.
Packaged size H84.7, W137.4, D14.3cm.
Packaged weight 19kg.
Sound quality:

Dolby Digital Plus sound system.
2 x 10 watt RMS power output.
Connectivity:

2 USB ports and 3 HDMI sockets.
Composite socket.
Optical connection.
Built in Wi-Fi.
Ethernet connection.
DLNA compatibility - allows you to wirelessly send content from devices like laptops, tablets and smartphones.
Smartphone remote.
Remote control included.
Smart TV features:

Smart TV.
Compatible with the following smart apps: Netflix, BBC iPlayer, iTV, demand 5, 4od, Amazon Prime, youTube.
Internet browser.
Digital features:

Features USB recording and video playback.
HDR - makes whites brighter, intensifies colour and enhances the overall picture for an epic cinematic effect.
Freeview Play digital tuner.
Freeview Play (UK).
Quad core processor.
CI plus slot.
Additional features:

Sleep timer.
Parental controls.
Manufacturer's 3 year guarantee.
Energy efficiency information:

Energy efficiency rating: A.
On mode power consumption 150 watts.
Annual power consumption 153kWh.
Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.
This product contains lead.
EAN: 6942147442845.
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kevlfc13 m ago

sja360 joined april 2011 and one deal lol


He is offering first hand experience with the item which is always welcome. Voted cold for salty op.
Bought one pre Xmas and returned it just after. Scenes were blurry / ghosting otherwise it's not a bad TV for the price
This would look good in my box room. Would cover the whole wall.
Bought the 50" of this for Christmas. Had to return. The picture and sound seemed fine to be honest, but the TV itself kept crashing. Full on locking up, only way to reset was to pull plug. It mainly happened when in menus - youtube, TV guide, USB, settings etc. This would happen nearly every time I used it. I just think the OS is complete junk or the processor isn't good enough to cope. A shame, but from now on I'll be avoiding Hisense. Got a replacment Samsung coming from AO on Monday.
Edited by: "Istanbul_Kop" 4th Jan
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This would look good in my box room. Would cover the whole wall.
Bought one pre Xmas and returned it just after. Scenes were blurry / ghosting otherwise it's not a bad TV for the price
sja360 joined april 2011 and one deal lol
kevlfc13 m ago

sja360 joined april 2011 and one deal lol


He is offering first hand experience with the item which is always welcome. Voted cold for salty op.
i allways buy something and test my self much more better in own judgement. but a heads up on cheap deal is a start
sja36004/01/2019 08:37

Bought one pre Xmas and returned it just after. Scenes were blurry / …Bought one pre Xmas and returned it just after. Scenes were blurry / ghosting otherwise it's not a bad TV for the price


Agreed, I have a 43” 4K Hisense TV and it does blur in dark scenes with motion. Will get a new TV this year.
Bought the 50" of this for Christmas. Had to return. The picture and sound seemed fine to be honest, but the TV itself kept crashing. Full on locking up, only way to reset was to pull plug. It mainly happened when in menus - youtube, TV guide, USB, settings etc. This would happen nearly every time I used it. I just think the OS is complete junk or the processor isn't good enough to cope. A shame, but from now on I'll be avoiding Hisense. Got a replacment Samsung coming from AO on Monday.
Edited by: "Istanbul_Kop" 4th Jan
Heat for the deal!

I've been looking for a new TV for a long time now. Hisense was the preferred choice price wise but I think I've had enough with this brand now. Too many mixed opinions about picture quality etc. I want something that works as expected straight out of the box and not pot luck.

Oh well, back to the drawing board for me as to which brand and model...
A0000C2 h, 10 m ago

Agreed, I have a 43” 4K Hisense TV and it does blur in dark scenes with m …Agreed, I have a 43” 4K Hisense TV and it does blur in dark scenes with motion. Will get a new TV this year.


You need 120hz to stop the blur. Some people notice it on 60hz, some don't. I don't notice it. But next screen will be 120hz, I think 120hz starts at 55 inch.
worth a punt at that price
I saw this in Argos earlier this week and searched the model to find it cheaper elsewhere - Currys etc - which has led to Argos dropping the price.

Not a deal. Pretty std price in a number of outlets...
Edited by: "paulharrington" 4th Jan
sja36004/01/2019 08:37

Bought one pre Xmas and returned it just after. Scenes were blurry / …Bought one pre Xmas and returned it just after. Scenes were blurry / ghosting otherwise it's not a bad TV for the price



So I have the 50 inch version and have NEVER had this problem. In fact the image quality is excellent with zero lag for gaming. Maybe you got a bad one? All I know is my next TV will be another Hisense (but bigger).
iRomek1 m ago

So I have the 50 inch version and have NEVER had this problem. In fact the …So I have the 50 inch version and have NEVER had this problem. In fact the image quality is excellent with zero lag for gaming. Maybe you got a bad one? All I know is my next TV will be another Hisense (but bigger).


I did wonder as most people's reviews were great. But tbh I just left it and returned the TV. Didn't want to exchange a 55" and carry it home again etc.
They are a popular brand throughout Australia, my mate has 3 throughout his house. Not great with SD sources but fine with HD and upwards.
bfam11 h, 23 m ago

Heat for the deal!I've been looking for a new TV for a long time now. …Heat for the deal!I've been looking for a new TV for a long time now. Hisense was the preferred choice price wise but I think I've had enough with this brand now. Too many mixed opinions about picture quality etc. I want something that works as expected straight out of the box and not pot luck.Oh well, back to the drawing board for me as to which brand and model...


I feel you Mann
Wow good deal
With my naivity I just bought an LG 55" UHD and compared to my also new 43" hisense UHD I prefer the hisense. Looks amazing and quality like it's worth double the price. But the remote app on phone is no good - LG is far superior

Edit: grammar
Edited by: "Aj_says" 4th Jan
bfam04/01/2019 11:10

Heat for the deal!I've been looking for a new TV for a long time now. …Heat for the deal!I've been looking for a new TV for a long time now. Hisense was the preferred choice price wise but I think I've had enough with this brand now. Too many mixed opinions about picture quality etc. I want something that works as expected straight out of the box and not pot luck.Oh well, back to the drawing board for me as to which brand and model...


What people don't realise these day's is that if you want a good, reliable t.v with great quality then you have to go all in on one of the big brand's. Samsung, LG, Sony or Panasonic are the only ones worth your hard earned money and you are looking at paying at least £800 for a good model with properly implemented HDR
If it's anything like the A6200 ghosting is caused by a motion smoothing option, it was dreadful on Netflix, especially House of Cards until I turned it from medium to off and then it was grand
Just got the 65' hisense, no problems yet. Lots of 4k Netflix use and PS4 and I've got no issues with blurring
Can't justify paying this much for a Hisense after grabbing the Samsung 55NU8000 for £420
nothingnegated1 h, 20 m ago

If it's anything like the A6200 ghosting is caused by a motion smoothing …If it's anything like the A6200 ghosting is caused by a motion smoothing option, it was dreadful on Netflix, especially House of Cards until I turned it from medium to off and then it was grand


I hate that motion smoothing stuff, why did they ever introduce it and think "this is better than it was before". I just don't get it.
I have this telly and the picture is awesome. 4k streaming on Netflix really is top notch. My mum has same and has sky HD on hers. I couldn't get over how great the picture is. Blows Netflix & Amazon Prime picture out of the water.
This product contains lead.


Hopefully a plug too.
Why don't Currys sell sets like this they seem to stick to the "better" brands?
Aj_says04/01/2019 23:11

With my naivity I just bought an LG 55" UHD and compared to my also new …With my naivity I just bought an LG 55" UHD and compared to my also new 43" hisense UHD I prefer the hisense. Looks amazing and quality like it's worth double the price. But the remote app on phone is no good - LG is far superiorEdit: grammar


What was the model number of both your LG and Hisense? Thanks.
kevlfc4th Jan

sja360 joined april 2011 and one deal lol


So???

Since when does posting more deals make your opinion matter more???

Some people help by posting loads of deals, others are grateful for that help and use the community for tips etc.

Neither user is more valid than the other, it's all part of the rich tapestry of HUKD!

{Steps off of soapbox}
'Which?' Magazine Hisense H55A6250UK review £479.00
LAUNCHED JUL 2018 REVIEWED SEP 2018
'Doesn’t deserve a spot in your living room 50%
Pros: HDR effect is good, some nice detail, great remote
Cons: Awful app store, can't customise apps or delete pre-installed ones, colours are too yellow'
Just got the 65” version for £480, incredible picture 👌
vegasbaby3 h, 43 m ago

What was the model number of both your LG and Hisense? Thanks.


Hisense 43 Inch H43AE6100UK & LG 55UK6400PLF
Seems a nice deal to me heat added
kevlfc04/01/2019 08:41

sja360 joined april 2011 and one deal lol


You're a tool. Thanks for posting the deal but get a grip.


Does anyone know if this is better than the Toshiba 55U5863DB ?
Edited by: "Digicrest" 5th Jan
Isonic13 h, 21 m ago

What people don't realise these day's is that if you want a good, reliable …What people don't realise these day's is that if you want a good, reliable t.v with great quality then you have to go all in on one of the big brand's. Samsung, LG, Sony or Panasonic are the only ones worth your hard earned money and you are looking at paying at least £800 for a good model with properly implemented HDR


What people don't get these days.. buying a TV is like buying a car.

Sure.. go for a big brand. Throw money at the longest warranty.. but do you know what you're buying? No. Walk to a shop and look at the various TVs, ask about them and promise to come back.. then buy it off here
nothingnegated13 h, 0 m ago

If it's anything like the A6200 ghosting is caused by a motion smoothing …If it's anything like the A6200 ghosting is caused by a motion smoothing option, it was dreadful on Netflix, especially House of Cards until I turned it from medium to off and then it was grand


Sweet. I got a Toshiba and first thing I done was sit for aaages adjusting all the options as much as possible. Sitting back and watching a 4k telly for £317 I need to wonder how many people have spent the fortunes available to be spent on big name brands and their picture is likely all strange and distorted looking
glasseye05/01/2019 07:00

Why don't Currys sell sets like this they seem to stick to the "better" …Why don't Currys sell sets like this they seem to stick to the "better" brands?


I'd wonder why Richer Sounds and Costco sell sets like this and Currys don't.. perhaps it's like the Coke v Pepsi thing.. Curry's only sell what they make the profits on but the two most trustworthy retailers (I'd say, since they've always gave massive warranties on their TVs) are happy to sell so called "low end" brands.

Considering the price of the vast majority of the TVs in RS and Costco, and the clarity of the picture on all their TVs, I'll believe they don't sell junk.. and that Curry's just sell anything regardless.. I've seen Sharp and Goodmans sold in there lol..
sja36004/01/2019 08:37

Bought one pre Xmas and returned it just after. Scenes were blurry / …Bought one pre Xmas and returned it just after. Scenes were blurry / ghosting otherwise it's not a bad TV for the price


I have a Hisense and it has to be on Game mode
Digicrest05/01/2019 12:26

You're a tool. Thanks for posting the deal but get a grip.Does anyone know …You're a tool. Thanks for posting the deal but get a grip.Does anyone know if this is better than the Toshiba 55U5863DB ?


Hmm. I have the old model of the Tosh.. same model number. Watching David Attenborough is an absolute treat through the onboard Netflix app.. my gripe is you only really get Netflix and YouTube apps for 4k. No Prime, and NowTV isn't on there.

Picture wise I had to do some real faffing to get a good picture and as lovely as it is, my old HD had a much better picture. 4k is lush but unless you intend to watch it a lot do you need the upgrade? I thought so. I was wrong. But I do like it! If it had at least 100/120hz double scan refresh it'd blow the old one away!

If you really really must then buy the Toshiba.. be warned you will need to edit every single setting within the contrast/colour etc etc.. it'll take a while to fine tune it. Failing that have a look on the search engines for how to set up and calibrate the Hisense.. it's often overlooked.. but if you're buying 4k you'll need to set the colours and contrast as precisely as possible

They're both great TVs for the price if you reeeeally want 4k and your old TV isn't that phenomenal.
cas39822 m ago

I have a Hisense and it has to be on Game mode


I despise game mode on my Toshiba, but you're 90% spot on unless they're the 10% who can completely murder into the settings and fine tune the odd bit to make it ALMOST game mode. Differences would be marginal mind you haha.
Istanbul_Kop04/01/2019 09:37

Bought the 50" of this for Christmas. Had to return. The picture and sound …Bought the 50" of this for Christmas. Had to return. The picture and sound seemed fine to be honest, but the TV itself kept crashing. Full on locking up, only way to reset was to pull plug. It mainly happened when in menus - youtube, TV guide, USB, settings etc. This would happen nearly every time I used it. I just think the OS is complete junk or the processor isn't good enough to cope. A shame, but from now on I'll be avoiding Hisense. Got a replacment Samsung coming from AO on Monday.


I suppose it’s all relative though, fter our last Samsung I’d never buy another, crap untrustworthy company ..
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