hisense 75 inch, 4K, Smart, Inc 3D  glasses - Only £2499.00 @ TESCO
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hisense 75 inch, 4K, Smart, Inc 3D glasses - Only £2499.00 @ TESCO

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Found 30th Apr 2016
What more can I say? After selling my car, house, company, rolex, wife and kids and taking out a small loan I just bought this

Great TV for £2,499 4K, 75 Inch,

Just bought a spare for the toliet room.
Has 4 HDMI ports,

Now I can play and watch PS4, XBOX ONE, Sky Sports, Corn :P

Together

Big screen value
Welcome to our best ever value 75 inch 4K UHD TV! If you want to be truly immersed in movies, sport or documentaries then a big screen takes some beating and, at 75 inches, the Hisense 75M7900 is closer to most projectors than TVs. Thanks to 4K UHD resolution, you can also sit closer than a conventional FHD TV, making a big screen a far more realistic proposition in an average-sized room than ever before.

4K Ultra HD TV - ultimate detail
With 4K UHD screen resolution, the 75M7900 gives a stunning picture quality. The resolution is four times greater than the more conventional 1920 x 1080 Full HD TVs and it's a difference you can see - big time on this 75" screen. Thanks to UHD upscaling, even standard FHD signals can be upscaled to near 4K clarity and detail - giving your Blu-rays a new lease of life.

HDR - High Dynamic Range for superb contrast
Taking 4K UHD one stage further, the 75M7900 boasts HDR (High Dynamic Range) compatibility. This extends the range of colours for enhanced realism. It also delivers brighter whites and darker blacks, helping to give this TV stunning levels of contrast.

3D for a thrilling experience
Once you've experienced 3D TV, ordinary TV just never seems quite the same. Images appear to occupy the space behind the screen as well as 'reaching out' into the room. For a totally immersive TV experience, 3D still takes some beating - especially on a screen this size. The 2D to 3D convertor also lets you watch regular TV and movies in a new dimension.

Smart TV
Packing a Quad Core processor, the 75M7900 is a powerful performer with Smart content, too. Connect up to your home network by Ethernet or Wi-Fi and enjoy access to a wide range of apps including favourites such as the BBC iPlayer, Netflix and YouTube. A built-in web browser lets you surf to your heart's content. For seamless integration with your other devices, Anyview Cast and Anyview Stream let you share content from your smartphone, tablet or computer and show it on the big screen.

Fully connected
With four HDMI sockets, the 75M7900 easily handles the most complex home entertainment systems. Two of these sockets are the latest HDMI 2.0 version with HDCP 2.2, making this TV compatible with the latest UHD Blu-ray and streaming services. Other connections include no fewer than three USB sockets, one of which is the latest USB 3.0 version for a high speed link. Throw in an optical connection for a soundbar/base and headphone socket for private listening and you've got everything you need in a 4K TV.

The largest 4K screen at its price and a full range of smart connectivity make the Hisense 75M7900 the ultimate big screen bargain.
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'the toilet room'

No human has ever referred to it like that. The phrase you are grasping for is 'the toilet'.

ALSO, this is not suited for the bathroom due to the presence of chuffloads of water everywhere - hence the lack of electrical sockets in bathrooms.

Personally I use my 75M7900 in the shed, it's good enough to watch while I sand down some planking and repair old clock parts.
Edited by: "HedgyHoggy" 30th Apr 2016
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HedgyHoggy

'the toilet room'No human has ever referred to it like that. The phrase … 'the toilet room'No human has ever referred to it like that. The phrase you are grasping for is 'the toilet'.




Now that this 75inch beauty is finally here. I can say "The Toilet" deserves the title of "The Toilet room "


Edited by: "MarioMan" 30th Apr 2016
MarioMan

Now that this 75inch beauty is finally here. I can say "The Toilet" … Now that this 75inch beauty is finally here. I can say "The Toilet" deserves the title of "The Toilet room ":)



How are you powering it? No 240v sockets in the bathroom....
Original Poster
HedgyHoggy

How are you powering it? No 240v sockets in the bathroom....






After telling Tesco my dileima and after further negotiations I was directed to this.... tesco.com/gro…031
Perhaps, like me, he has his toilet in the living room.
MarioMan

After telling Tesco my dileima and after further negotiations I was … After telling Tesco my dileima and after further negotiations I was directed to this.... http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=255673031



HMMMM....so you have a chunky extension lead running along the floor, around your house into another room? So the bathroom door never closes? I THINK YOU ARE TELLING LIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIES! I am outraged at your mendacity.
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quidstretchy

Perhaps, like me, he has his toilet in the living room.



Shhhhhh......I thought that was our secret!!!
MarioMan

Shhhhhh......I thought that was our secret!!!



A bucket with a smileyface on it is not a toilet.
Does it have SCART?
Put the brand in the title.
Banned
MarioMan

Now that this 75inch beauty is finally here. I can say "The Toilet" … Now that this 75inch beauty is finally here. I can say "The Toilet" deserves the title of "The Toilet room ":)


You have the perfect crap room, I am so jealous.
Edited by: "Zontes" 30th Apr 2016
Tempted but i will wait till the new year sales and pick up a Digihome version of this on tescodirect for c.£249. X)
BigOrkWaaagh

Does it have SCART?


My toilet accepts both Shart and Compissit
I think some people need their sense of irony checked
corn
Nice just ordered a few for kids rooms and garage
Hisense or no sense ?
cheers just ordered one for the hallway for my little lad to watch when i send him to the naught step.

thinking of buying one for the cellar an all for the spiders, they can watch the EURO championships and the olympics in there instead of sharing my living room with me.
Hot, but better buy good projector for 1.000 pounds.
havoc666

Hot, but better buy good projector for 1.000 pounds.



If you can't see the difference, definitely. But such people get 50% concession on the TV licence.
MarioMan

After selling my ..wife..


That's the problem with British wives, they just don't hold their value due to appalling depreciation. Should have gone for a Japanese.
I bought the 59" for £640 3 weeks ago & the picture on that is fantastic,sound is good also. Makes my 3 Yr old Panasonic look pathetic. To be truthful you forget you're watching TV as you get immersed & even programs like great canal journeys become enjoyable.
Banned
jayrichy

I bought the 59" for £640 3 weeks ago & the picture on that is … I bought the 59" for £640 3 weeks ago & the picture on that is fantastic,sound is good also. Makes my 3 Yr old Panasonic look pathetic. To be truthful you forget you're watching TV as you get immersed & even programs like great canal journeys become enjoyable.


Was it the 58" you bought? Just ordered one, did not see any 59".
qwerta369

That's the problem with British wives, they just don't hold their value … That's the problem with British wives, they just don't hold their value due to appalling depreciation. Should have gone for a Japanese.


Good advice, once you've got past the import duties and poor user manuals they usually work out more reliable long term, much like my old Sony tv
https://static.simpsonswiki.com/images/4/4f/Lazy_Man_Toilet_Seat.jpg
or he lives in the toilet
£2195.98 if people still looking to buy!
ebuyer.com/755…900
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