Hisense H40M3300 40" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR TV - £309 @ AO
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Hisense H40M3300 40" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR TV - £309 @ AO

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Found 17th Jul 2016
Updating listing to take account of price increase of £30

Use code GET20 for a £20 saving.

Experience TV like never before in glorious Ultra HD 4K resolution. With 4 times the detail of Full HD see every detail with stunningly realistic picture quality and beautifully natural motion. Backed by the power of a quad core processor, powerful TruSurround Audio, futureproof 4K technologies (including HDMI 2.0, HEVC, USB 3.0) and a wide variety of Smart apps you will never want to leave your living room.

Smart TV apps (inc. Netflix, BBC iplayer and Amazon Instant video) HDR local playback.

BBC iplayer, Netflix, Amazon, Youtube, Anyview Cast and Anyview Stream.

Television picture quality:

LED TV Screen.
4K Ultra HD display resolution.
Screen size: 40 inches.
Motion rate 800Hz.
Viewing angle 89/89 degrees.
Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.
Connectivity:

1 SCART socket, 3 USB ports and 4 HDMI sockets.
Smart TV.
Component video socket.
Composite socket.
Optical connection.
Headphone socket.
AV socket.
Wi-Fi enabled.
Ethernet connection.
DLNA compatibility.
Mobile high-definition link.
Miracast.
Open browser.
Suitable for wall mounting 200 x 200 bracket.
Sound quality:

Dolby Digital Plus sound system.
2 x 7 watt RMS power output.
Digital features:

Features USB recording and video playback.
Freeview HD digital tuner.
Quad core processor.
CI plus slot.
Additional features:

Sleep timer.
Parental controls.
Size of TV H537, W917, D87cm.
Weight of TV 8.4kg (unpackaged).
Size of TV with stand: H581, W917, D218cm.
Footprint of TV 63.7cm.
Weight of TV with stand: 11kg.
Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
Energy efficiency information:

Energy efficiency rating: a.
On mode power consumption 90 watts.
Annual power consumption 92kWh.
Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.
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More details on the Hisense website, with a video that confirms HDR.

https://hisense.co.uk/electronics/tvs/h40m3300


User manual here

hisense.co.uk/upl…pdf
Looks remarkable value though haven't yet got a sense of what quality level Hisense TVs are at. Was looking for a Sony or Panasonic but this is very tempting. Heat.
Thanks for the post was going to get one at Argos for £329 saved me £29 cheers (Y)
Hdr over USB only by the looks of it
benjammin316

Hdr over USB only by the looks of it



And streaming I think but with it being a new model there is scope for a firmware update to enable HDR over HDMI too.
The code "GET20" is working bringing it down to £279
garethcollins925

The code "GET20" is working bringing it down to £279



Thanks for the clarification.

I'll update the thread title.
Shame it's not HDR would have had one, doubt very much it's a simple as a firmware update, probably involves additional hardware...
intuder

Shame it's not HDR would have had one, doubt very much it's a simple as a … Shame it's not HDR would have had one, doubt very much it's a simple as a firmware update, probably involves additional hardware...



It is HDR at least in parts.

Quite a few of the manufacturers have been issuing firmware updates to both last year and newer models to support HDR across HDMI too.

Let us hope that Hisense will follow suit.

not great viewing angle by the looks of it. looking for good 43". Keep getting tempted buy other cheaper brands like shard and hisense but dont want to have to buy another tv after a year and a half.
#sharp
squeakybot

not great viewing angle by the looks of it. looking for good 43". Keep … not great viewing angle by the looks of it. looking for good 43". Keep getting tempted buy other cheaper brands like shard and hisense but dont want to have to buy another tv after a year and a half.



With the angles being described as 89/89 I wonder if this essentially adds up to 178 (89 each way), which is essentially the same as most TV's of the type these days.

Is it not potentially the same situation with the more expensive brands too though?

In 18 months they might all be trying to push 8k and god knows what other new things that they can bolt on to persuade us that we need to update.

Edited by: "reddit" 17th Jul 2016
Does this model have any improvements over the M300 model?
Sora2311

Does this model have any improvements over the M300 model?



I don't think that there was an equivalent M3000 40", just 43" and 49".

Could look rather confusing though as you would have perhaps that a greater number might mean improvements.
If this is an 8bit panel then what use is HDR?
Justsuperman

If this is an 8bit panel then what use is HDR?



Is it an 8 bit panel?

Can't see why Hisense would put HDR is their video if it could not be supported.
got the same tv 6 weeks ago just 43" model
big step up from my old philips hd tv
picture quality is really good and plays xbox with well with no noticable lag :-)
to small for me but a good price
reddit

Is it an 8 bit panel?Can't see why Hisense would put HDR is their video … Is it an 8 bit panel?Can't see why Hisense would put HDR is their video if it could not be supported.



My Samsung 2016 4K tv is an 8bit with HDR 10 support but only processes it not displays it
Justsuperman

My Samsung 2016 4K tv is an 8bit with HDR 10 support but only processes … My Samsung 2016 4K tv is an 8bit with HDR 10 support but only processes it not displays it



I see what you mean.

A little advertising trickery then.
reddit

I see what you mean.A little advertising trickery then.



Indeed, but nonetheless the tv is brilliant and colours are stunning
Balls, £15 delivery to NIreland. Uncool.

We always get shafted.

Justsuperman

My Samsung 2016 4K tv is an 8bit with HDR 10 support but only processes … My Samsung 2016 4K tv is an 8bit with HDR 10 support but only processes it not displays it



what does exactly do?? it does process it but does not display it, what does suppose to do??
Anyway only for my knowledge, which model is that?? Always thinking to go for a Samsung next
miaomiaobaubau

what does exactly do?? it does process it but does not display it, what … what does exactly do?? it does process it but does not display it, what does suppose to do??Anyway only for my knowledge, which model is that?? Always thinking to go for a Samsung next



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reddit

With the angles being described as 89/89 I wonder if this essentially … With the angles being described as 89/89 I wonder if this essentially adds up to 178 (89 each way), which is essentially the same as most TV's of the type these days.Is it not potentially the same situation with the more expensive brands too though?In 18 months they might all be trying to push 8k and god knows what other new things that they can bolt on to persuade us that we need to update.



​I was thinking more like the tv breaks in 18 months where as a Samsung should go at least 5 years. So mayb pay a bit more for a better brand. Im still looking but can't decide
squeakybot

​I was thinking more like the tv breaks in 18 months where as a Samsung s … ​I was thinking more like the tv breaks in 18 months where as a Samsung should go at least 5 years. So mayb pay a bit more for a better brand. Im still looking but can't decide



Personally I'm not convinced by this cheaper will break in a short time thing that some people often shout about.

I had a UMC cheap LCD TV from Tesco that went on for 6 years until I gave it away and it's still going strong.

Always worth looking at extended warranty costs to see if that gives you peace of mind whilst still saving money.

Give them a call on 03330 436697 and see what they say about typical prices.

Edited by: "reddit" 17th Jul 2016
Richer Sounds sell it with 6 year guarantee for another £70 so someone must have confidence it won't break.
Just ordered one for my son - thanks OP
does anyone know what the smart features are like? is there a list of available apps (looking for Netflix and NowTV really)

much appreciated
DomManley

does anyone know what the smart features are like? is there a list of … does anyone know what the smart features are like? is there a list of available apps (looking for Netflix and NowTV really)much appreciated



Netflix is there by default.

Along with iPlayer and Youtube.

There is no NowTV though.

Edited by: "reddit" 17th Jul 2016
Very tempted to pull the trigger and go for this. Video of unboxing here (43" version) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqylljhMGMM

Looks like it has Amazon instant video too which probably tips it for me. Does anyone know if you can load other apps on to it e.g. Wuaki, Mubi etc?

Wuaki was shown as being installed on that video.

Can it do 60fps @ 4K?
Also does it have 120 or 100hz refresh rate?
Not motion but refresh rate
I would really appreciate if anyone who has this tv or knows about this as the gaming performance depends on these
Also the input lag I tried finding it on AV forums and Google but no luck any help would be appreciated
Thanks
reddit

Wuaki was shown as being installed on that video.


Oh yeah I missed it. Thanks.
reddit

With the angles being described as 89/89 I wonder if this essentially … With the angles being described as 89/89 I wonder if this essentially adds up to 178 (89 each way), which is essentially the same as most TV's of the type these days.Is it not potentially the same situation with the more expensive brands too though?In 18 months they might all be trying to push 8k and god knows what other new things that they can bolt on to persuade us that we need to update.



​probably be 180 if it wasn't for the bezel and lack of astronomical body to bend light from the surface.

May suit your mum though (sorry ;))
Twa*s
why is it expired?
I just ordered a minute ago so still active
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