HISENSE 55M5500 £499 @ Richer Sounds
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HISENSE 55M5500 £499 @ Richer Sounds

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Found 26th Apr 2017
First deal so be gentle, looks like a really good TV at a good price, especially with Richer sounds 6 year guarantee
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Great price and a great TV!

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Thanks for posting; I like the look of this. I am going to ask John Lewis for a price match as it is more convenient for me to order online. Not sure if they will as this is an in-store only RS deal but I will try.
is this TV any good?
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huyhuynh287

is this TV any good?


Hell yeahhhhhhhhhh
None around manchester
Edited by: "matlock67" 28th Apr 2017
How does this compare to the H55M7000?
Diggler01

Thanks for posting; I like the look of this. I am going to ask John Lewis … Thanks for posting; I like the look of this. I am going to ask John Lewis for a price match as it is more convenient for me to order online. Not sure if they will as this is an in-store only RS deal but I will try.


any luck?
mgk

any luck?



No, they said I would need to go to a local JL store (local to RS) and ask them to price match. Not practical for me to do that so I left it.
It might be an okay TV, but I just wanted to point out that despite the fact it says it supports HDR, it's not really an HDR set; the specs list its brightness at 350 nits, whereas the better HDR TVs were all 1000 nits last year and up to 2000 nits this year for the flagship models. This Hisense is pretty much just a regular SDR TV in terms of brightness. It might have a wider colour gamut than expected (though it's not a 10 bit panel either), but brightness and black levels are likely going to make you disappointed if the HDR sticker is something that sways you into buying this TV.
Edited by: "Shokz" 1st May 2017
Shokz

It might be an okay TV, but I just wanted to point out that despite the … It might be an okay TV, but I just wanted to point out that despite the fact it says it supports HDR, it's not really an HDR set; the specs list its brightness at 350 nits, whereas the better HDR TVs were all 1000 nits last year and up to 2000 nits this year for the flagship models. This Hisense is pretty much just a regular SDR TV in terms of brightness. It might have a wider colour gamut than expected (though it's not a 10 bit panel either), but brightness and black levels are likely going to make you disappointed if the HDR sticker is something that sways you into buying this TV.



As are ALL other brands within this price range. You are getting a hell of a lot more bang for buck with Hisense in this price range compared to any other once-was brand.
curtrothery

How does this compare to the H55M7000?


It doesn't, the 7000 is a far superior set
pacman32

It doesn't, the 7000 is a far superior set



Good to hear since that's what I bought
Is this TV good for ps4 gaming? I'm off to pick one up but can't seem to find actual reviews on this unit lol.

*must not impulse buy*
so this is good for gaming and normal TV?
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