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Hisense H43A6200UK 43'' 4K DLED Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £215.20 with code @ Hughes Direct ebay
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Hisense H43A6200UK 43'' 4K DLED Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £215.20 with code @ Hughes Direct ebay

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Posted 14th Jul

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Hisense 4K HDR Smart TV allow you to play HDR content from compatible source components, it also offers darker blacks, brighter whites and a better contrast.

Hisense Smart allows you to connect to a world of on-demand entertainment through built-in apps such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, YouTube, BBC iPlayer and an integrated web browser.

Freeview Play - Catch up on the last seven days of TV in one place, pause and rewind live TV. Your favourite shows ready to be watched whenever you want, in incredible high definition.

dbx-tv's Total Technology audio enhancements create the best sound possible from the speakers in your TV. Featuring Total Sonics, Total Volume and Total Surround.

Remote Now Mobile App - Download "Remote NOW" app from your Android or iOS app store, then, no more looking for remote control, customize your own entertainment or cast to TV!

Includes 2 years UK manufacturer warranty
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Great deal, one of the best cheaper TVs you can buy
Been waiting for a deal on one of these! Cracking find. Ordered!
Limited HDR really let's this down
sharpedges1214/07/2019 12:50

Limited HDR really let's this down


Not for £215 surely?

What does the d stand for in dled anyway? Dodgy? Probably diode, but worth a check.
Blofse14/07/2019 16:51

Not for £215 surely?What does the d stand for in dled anyway? Dodgy? …Not for £215 surely?What does the d stand for in dled anyway? Dodgy? Probably diode, but worth a check.



DLED is 'Direct LED' and mens the LCD is lit by LEDs placed behind the screen, unlike some screens which are edge-lit. Backlit screens usually have more uniform lighting but are often a bit thicker

And I agree, you're not going to get good HDR unless you spend a lot lot more than this and it's a steal at this price
Perfect! Was looking for a TV for a spare bedroom and this fits and bill. Purchased.
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SilverBlack14/07/2019 19:27

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I trust Which for TV reviews about as much as Harold Shipman to prescribe me antibiotics.

This TV is widely known as the best budget option about, at around £200 it's top notch.

avforums.com/review/hisense-h50a6200uk-review.15431

9/10

The Hisense A6200 is a mightily impressive budget 4K TV. It's well-made, nicely designed, and has a solid set of features. The smart platform is simple, but it works and includes most of the video streaming services. It sounds fairly good and a 24ms input lag makes it a great choice for gamers.

However, where the A6200 really impresses is in its SDR image accuracy. This TV delivered some of the best out-of-the-box measurements that I have seen, regardless of price. Throw in a direct LED backlight, decent blacks, solid motion handling, and good picture processing, and you've got a great all-rounder.

The HDR performance is limited, and to a large extent, the A6200 is an HDR TV in name only. However the HDR accuracy remains impressive, the tone mapping is fairly good, and you can still benefit from 4K. It's also worth remembering that most of the content you watch will still be SDR for the foreseeable future.

The Hisense H50A6200 is genuinely excellent, and I highly doubt I'll see a better performing or more competitively-priced budget 4K TV this year.
Edited by: "spritey" 14th Jul
I'm more likely to trust Which than a forum based on sponsored adverts.
SilverBlack14/07/2019 20:46

I'm more likely to trust Which than a forum based on sponsored adverts.


You do realise that AVForums and the reviewer Steve Withers are considered one of the most reputable sources of AV reviews by enthusiasts in the UK? Guess not.

The reviews done by Which are no where near the level of detail as say AVForums or HDTVTest
Please yerself if you want to risk it, but the first post in the avforum discussion tells all.
Edited by: "SilverBlack" 15th Jul
A great price and perfect for spare room.
amazon.co.uk/dp/B07QT4B5WD
Newer 2019 model £40 more and from amazon, can be bought for cheaper, use the amazon top ups to get less
Edited by: "coolcraig999" 16th Jul
coolcraig99916/07/2019 10:03

amazon.co.uk/dp/B07QT4B5WDNewer 2019 model £40 more and from amazon, can …amazon.co.uk/dp/B07QT4B5WDNewer 2019 model £40 more and from amazon, can be bought for cheaper, use the amazon top ups to get less


Amazon top ups?
Shakeyyy16/07/2019 16:37

Amazon top ups?


Put £80 on gift card receive £8 credit so free £8, then there’s a link to credit card amazon £30 for being accepted added to account, and £10 audible trial made tv £207 for me
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