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Hisense H43AE6100UK 43 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Freeview Play Smart TV £220.49 with code + 2 Year guarantee @ Argos eBay
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Hisense H43AE6100UK 43 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Freeview Play Smart TV £220.49 with code + 2 Year guarantee @ Argos eBay

£220.49£244.9910%eBay Deals
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Posted 9th Sep
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Use code PLAYAPP at checkout - need to go via eBay app as code does not work on desktop.
43 inch Hisense tv 4k has dropped further to £244.99 but can use code PLAYAPP to reduce to £220.49 delivered, need to go via eBay app to get the code to work. Comes with a 2 year manufacturer guarantee and good reviews.



Hisense H43AE6100UK 43 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart WiFi LCD TV - Black


  • Hisense 43inch 4K TV featuring HDR 10 (High Dynamic Range)
  • Good picture featuring Ultra HD 4K - 3840 x 2160 Pixels for good definition realism and quality
  • Easy to use - smart TV with Quad Core processor giving access to Freeview Play plus Netflix, YouTube and streaming services
  • 3 HDMI and 2 x USB
  • Includes 2 years UK manufacturer warranty

Tech Specs

  • 4K Ultra HD
  • Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels
  • Screen size: 43 inches
  • Size of TV with stand: H60.8, W97, D21.3cm.
  • 2 USB ports and 3 HDMI sockets.
  • Built in Wi-Fi
  • Smart TV.
  • Compatible with the following smart apps: Netflix, BBC iPlayer, iTV, demand 5, 4od, Amazon Prime, youTube.
  • Features USB recording and video playback.
  • HDR
  • Freeview Play digital tuner
  • Freeview Play (UK)
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.


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Add code PLAYAPP at checkout to get for £220.49 delivered. Need to go via ebay app to get teh code to work

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Great price, but for anyone thinking of buying, just make sure you'll be sitting close enough to the TV to notice the 4K.

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That's good price @Chanchi32
Excuse the ignorance, but how does this compare to this Samsung? samsung.com/uk/…XU/
jonnybravo09/09/2019 13:41

Excuse the ignorance, but how does this compare to this Samsung? …Excuse the ignorance, but how does this compare to this Samsung? https://www.samsung.com/uk/tvs/uhdtv-ru7100/UE43RU7100KXXU/


It's not as good. The software on the Samsung is better, as is the motion processing. The Hisense is very juddery in motion, and doesn't have a lot of picture tuning settings.
chancooluk09/09/2019 13:45

It's not as good. The software on the Samsung is better, as is the motion …It's not as good. The software on the Samsung is better, as is the motion processing. The Hisense is very juddery in motion, and doesn't have a lot of picture tuning settings.


Thanks very much mate, been waiting on that Samsung coming down as after doing a bit of research, it seems like the sensible choice. It is £379 just now but just waiting a few weeks to see if it drops further.
jonnybravo09/09/2019 13:47

Thanks very much mate, been waiting on that Samsung coming down as after …Thanks very much mate, been waiting on that Samsung coming down as after doing a bit of research, it seems like the sensible choice. It is £379 just now but just waiting a few weeks to see if it drops further.


It will. The NU series from last year is almost identical if you can find any stock of them, likely to be cheaper too.
Edited by: "chancooluk" 9th Sep
chancooluk09/09/2019 13:49

It will. The NU series from last year is almost identical if you can find …It will. The NU series from last year is almost identical if you can find any stock of them, likely to be cheaper too.


Ye, Argos had the 40 inch NU for £249 which was a bargain but no stock anywhere near and no one else selling it. Just need to keep my eyes peeled for UE7100, if it goes around the £330ish mark, I'll bite.
Great price, but for anyone thinking of buying, just make sure you'll be sitting close enough to the TV to notice the 4K.

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Hello guys I’m looking a bit of advice I’m looking a 58” smart uhd 4K tv .. the slimmest one if possible what make should I go for
Many thanks
Nice one chanchi
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stemo7809/09/2019 13:53

Hello guys I’m looking a bit of advice I’m looking a 58” smart uhd 4K tv .. …Hello guys I’m looking a bit of advice I’m looking a 58” smart uhd 4K tv .. the slimmest one if possible what make should I go for Many thanks


This one is only 7.8cm - Panasonic TV
I would be looking for one a whole lot cheaper then £3300 all the same 🙈
Voted hot. Can be used as computer monitor as well.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 9th Sep
How is this for gaming? Is the response rate low?
HIsense sure the best mid tier tv’s in the market obviously best high end tv’s would go LG,Samsung,Panasonic,Sony Philips. but there offerings in the mid tier are normally vastly overpriced per £ to performance. I have a B6 OLED but would definitely buy an hIsense
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Hello guys would this be a good tv for watching footie & movies etc .. as in picture sound
Many thanks
stemo7809/09/2019 18:13

[Image] Hello guys would this be a good tv for watching footie & movies …[Image] Hello guys would this be a good tv for watching footie & movies etc .. as in picture sound Many thanks


Pretty good for the money. Obviously every TV's sound could be improved by a soundbar or full surround setup but I have a 65" Hisense and the TV sound is surprisingly clear.
This review of the larger version may help

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Good TV I have it for gaming. The built in Netflix app for some reason is really poor even when hard wired with an ethernet cable giving 56m/b speeds. 4K content looks decent but as previously said above their is some motion blur with football and fast moving scenes which I can seem to get rid of no matter how much setting fiddling I do. Overall great deal for the TV, I paid around £350 12 months ago
Absolute Barginin!!!
I’ve got this TV for a similar price a couple of months back. For value it’s great but as another person mention it’s not the best at handling motion.
Thanks guys much appreciated
For around 5-6 hundred pounds what would be the best 58” tv for sound picture quality & all the apps as in Netflix etc which run smoothe
Apologies-for all the questions I just want to buy the correct one
Thanks again
Serpico7309/09/2019 19:07

Good TV I have it for gaming. The built in Netflix app for some reason is …Good TV I have it for gaming. The built in Netflix app for some reason is really poor even when hard wired with an ethernet cable giving 56m/b speeds. 4K content looks decent but as previously said above their is some motion blur with football and fast moving scenes which I can seem to get rid of no matter how much setting fiddling I do. Overall great deal for the TV, I paid around £350 12 months ago


Do you know what the lag input time is for this set by any chance?
Was given this TV as a replacement for a Toshiba, honestly it is pretty decent, my only issue is you have to tweak the settings for a perfect picture
Nomiez09/09/2019 20:34

Do you know what the lag input time is for this set by any chance?


27ms according to official online reviews. That's classed as low lag. I've played COD online and not noticed any real issues. Set has a built in gaming mode and I'm more than happy how my PS4 looks on it.
Looking for a budget tv that can do true 120hz for PC gaming- does such as thing exist?
nice
is the sound any good on this?
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Hello again is this a good tv ??
If you're planning on using this for a PC, be aware that it does chroma subsampling in 2160p. Lower resolutions are 4:4:4, but 4k60 is 4:2:2
ThatRedHairedDude09/09/2019 21:37

Was given this TV as a replacement for a Toshiba, honestly it is pretty …Was given this TV as a replacement for a Toshiba, honestly it is pretty decent, my only issue is you have to tweak the settings for a perfect picture


Hi, we have a 65" Hisense, please could you tell me of any tips on tweaking the settings. Thank you.
Arkz10/09/2019 02:35

If you're planning on using this for a PC, be aware that it does chroma …If you're planning on using this for a PC, be aware that it does chroma subsampling in 2160p. Lower resolutions are 4:4:4, but 4k60 is 4:2:2


No it will just be for watching tv and sports Netflix etc
Is this a good one ?
Would this be any good for a 78 year old with no WiFi? Could I update via USB? Suppose I could hot-spot my phone to update.

Main thing, is it worthwhile if she won't have the WiFi or will most of the features be redundant? Thanks.
shanikang10/09/2019 05:48

Hi, we have a 65" Hisense, please could you tell me of any tips on …Hi, we have a 65" Hisense, please could you tell me of any tips on tweaking the settings. Thank you.


Look for tutorials on YouTube and google, I did that and tweaked those to what I felt was best
stemo7810/09/2019 06:22

No it will just be for watching tv and sports Netflix etc Is this a good …No it will just be for watching tv and sports Netflix etc Is this a good one ?



It's alright but don't bother with the HDR. It's pointless on this TV and most TV's around this price point due to the backlight being too dim to show it properly.
mantamark10/09/2019 08:21

Would this be any good for a 78 year old with no WiFi? Could I update via …Would this be any good for a 78 year old with no WiFi? Could I update via USB? Suppose I could hot-spot my phone to update.Main thing, is it worthwhile if she won't have the WiFi or will most of the features be redundant? Thanks.


Obviously with no internet the smart features would be redundant but as a stand alone tv everything else would function, including recording to usb, but you'd miss out on catch up etc as that needs an internet connection. Had mine 6 months and haven't had any updates but they are mainly for the smart features anyway so I wouldn't worry about that.

I've got this TV in my spare room, it's very good for the price. I watch quite a bit of sport on it (when the wife claims the living room TV) and haven't noticed any motion blur after following the settings guide on AVForums.
Cretin1409/09/2019 22:13

Looking for a budget tv that can do true 120hz for PC gaming- does such as …Looking for a budget tv that can do true 120hz for PC gaming- does such as thing exist?


No budget TV's are 120hz.
chancooluk10/09/2019 09:50

No budget TV's are 120hz.


Thanks. Could you recommend the cheapest worthwhile model that does do 120?
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