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Hisense H43B7300UK 43 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart WiFi LED TV - Black + 2 Year Warranty - £244.10 with code @ Argos eBay
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Hisense H43B7300UK 43 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart WiFi LED TV - Black + 2 Year Warranty - £244.10 with code @ Argos eBay

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See every detail in stunning 4K HDR with the Hisense B7300. 4K UHD offers 4x more pixels than Full HD whilst HDR makes blacks darker, whites brighter and enhances contrast. With an intuitive VIDAA U 3.0 Smart TV OS it's never been simpler to access entertainment from Netflix and Prime Video. Freeview Play also lets you catch up on your favourite shows on BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5, and UKTV Play.

4K HDR With 4x more pixels than Full HD, Hisense's 4K UHD resolution provides a pin-sharp picture with beautifully natural motion and incredible detail. Adding HDR dramtically enhances detail by maximising contrast and colour accuracy.

Model number: H43B7300UK.

Television picture quality:

  • LED TV Screen.
  • 4K Ultra HD display resolution.
  • Motion rate 60Hz.
  • Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
  • Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.
Dimensions:

  • Screen size: 43 inches.
  • Size of TV H56.4, W96.9, D8.5cm.
  • Size of TV with stand: H60.7, W96.9, D18.6cm.
  • Weight of TV 7.2kg (unpackaged).
  • Weight of TV with stand: 7.8kg.
  • Footprint of TV 60.6cm.
  • Suitable for wall mounting 200 x 200 bracket.
  • Packaged size H66.6, W108, D16.6cm.
  • Packaged weight 10.7kg.
Sound quality:

  • DTS sound system.
  • 2 x 7 watt RMS power output.
Connectivity:

  • 2 USB ports and 3 HDMI sockets.
  • Composite socket.
  • AV socket.
  • Optical connection.
  • Built in Wi-Fi.
  • Ethernet connection.
  • DLNA compatibility - allows you to wirelessly send content from devices like laptops, tablets and smartphones.
  • Mobile high-definition link.
  • Remote control included.
Smart TV features:

  • Smart TV.
  • Compatible with the following smart apps: Netflix, BBC iPlayer, iTV, demand 5, 4od, Amazon Prime, youTube.
  • Internet browser.
Digital features:

  • Features USB recording and video playback.
  • HDR - makes whites brighter, intensifies colour and enhances the overall picture for an epic cinematic effect.
  • Freeview Play digital tuner.
  • Freeview Play (UK).
  • Quad core processor.
  • CI plus slot.
Additional features:

  • Sleep timer.
  • Parental controls.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
Energy efficiency information:

  • Energy efficiency rating: A.
  • On mode power consumption 90 watts.
  • Annual power consumption 132kWh.
  • Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.
  • This product contains lead.
  • EAN: 6942147451182.
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Amazing price for 4k tv, at these prices hd ready and 1080p shouldn’t be a thing
Interesting article "What is 4K resolution? Our guide to Ultra HD viewing"

extract:

"So should I buy a 4K set now or should I wait?

If you're buying a TV that's 50-inches and above you should absolutely think about investing in 4K. All of the major players are embracing it as the new standard, and the amount of content is only going to increase over time.

If you're buying a TV smaller than 50-inches, the answer is less obvious.

The problem is not that 4K doesn't make enough of a difference at these sizes, but instead that the additional technologies that have been combined with 4K in most sets haven't trickled down to the smaller models just yet.

As a result, while it's totally possible to get a 4K TV that's as small as just 40-inches, at this point it's unlikely to have a decent level of HDR (which we'd consider as going as bright as 1000 nits or more), 10-bit color, or wide color gamut.

Sure you'll get the right amount of pixels, but they won't have the additional technologies to make them look really beautiful.

Eventually they'll make their way to small TVs, but for now 4K is at its best at 50 inches and above, where you can get all the bells and whistles that really matter."

techradar.com/uk/…884
Anyone who wants a TV and is wondering if they should wait until Black Friday.


Just wait until Black Friday.
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Is this wall mountable ?
Amazing price for 4k tv, at these prices hd ready and 1080p shouldn’t be a thing
Hisense do amazing budget 4K tv’s I don’t have any complaints about the ones I have heat!(highfive)
But will it be better on black friday / cyber monday hmmm? :/
Edited by: "Jamal_Mahroof" 6th Nov
Jamal_Mahroof06/11/2019 14:08

But will it be better on black friday / cyber monday hmmm? :/


Was so close to pulling the trigger on the 7100@£250, think the only difference is the stand(?), but black Friday is like a nagging voice in the back of my head...........
jimmyshin06/11/2019 14:35

Was so close to pulling the trigger on the 7100@£250, think the only …Was so close to pulling the trigger on the 7100@£250, think the only difference is the stand(?), but black Friday is like a nagging voice in the back of my head...........


I'm exactly the same hahaha I keep seeing these awesome deals here but not pulling the trigger till black friday. I guess at the very least we should get the same deals that way at least we won't miss out on much anyway but if the deals are better than it's a win!
Interesting article "What is 4K resolution? Our guide to Ultra HD viewing"

extract:

"So should I buy a 4K set now or should I wait?

If you're buying a TV that's 50-inches and above you should absolutely think about investing in 4K. All of the major players are embracing it as the new standard, and the amount of content is only going to increase over time.

If you're buying a TV smaller than 50-inches, the answer is less obvious.

The problem is not that 4K doesn't make enough of a difference at these sizes, but instead that the additional technologies that have been combined with 4K in most sets haven't trickled down to the smaller models just yet.

As a result, while it's totally possible to get a 4K TV that's as small as just 40-inches, at this point it's unlikely to have a decent level of HDR (which we'd consider as going as bright as 1000 nits or more), 10-bit color, or wide color gamut.

Sure you'll get the right amount of pixels, but they won't have the additional technologies to make them look really beautiful.

Eventually they'll make their way to small TVs, but for now 4K is at its best at 50 inches and above, where you can get all the bells and whistles that really matter."

techradar.com/uk/…884
Is anyone else getting an error at checkout?
jamespaton06/11/2019 15:00

Is anyone else getting an error at checkout?


I did because it was out of stock in my local stores. Changed it to delivery and it worked
Don't buy these tv guys it's horrendous, apps dont work correctly, hisense warranty and customer services is just as bad
Shegan006/11/2019 15:07

I did because it was out of stock in my local stores. Changed it to …I did because it was out of stock in my local stores. Changed it to delivery and it worked


Thank you - unfortunately I need to C+C as won't be available for delivery., hopefully I can get it to work.
I’m looking for a decent 4K tv which need to be at least a 55” and no more than £400. Is the Hisense H55B7100UK any good or should I wait until Black Friday?
dannyboyy06/11/2019 15:08

Don't buy these tv guys it's horrendous, apps dont work correctly, hisense …Don't buy these tv guys it's horrendous, apps dont work correctly, hisense warranty and customer services is just as bad


What's bad about the apps? Are your specific to this model?

I was going to wait for a deal on the 7500 but not sure what the difference is
Yes this exactly model had two of them in two weeks both faulty out the box argos is where i purchased them i ended up spending a bit extra got a lg witch is awesome
you_gotta_be_kidding06/11/2019 15:51

What's bad about the apps? Are your specific to this model? I was going to …What's bad about the apps? Are your specific to this model? I was going to wait for a deal on the 7500 but not sure what the difference is


7500 has Bluetooth and more
I got this tv a few months ago on offer at around £269, it was a bargain at that price. The heat from this deal is melting my face off.
Edited by: "BUZZIN_NICE" 6th Nov
Anyone who wants a TV and is wondering if they should wait until Black Friday.


Just wait until Black Friday.
you_gotta_be_kidding06/11/2019 15:51

What's bad about the apps? Are your specific to this model? I was going to …What's bad about the apps? Are your specific to this model? I was going to wait for a deal on the 7500 but not sure what the difference is


I picked up the 7500 for sons bedroom the other week. Think it was £270* with some code on ebay at the time. The apps work fine. Havnt had any issues with Netflix BBC iplayer, free view etc. They are all quick and responsive. The picture is fine for what it is. Games and Netflix is good.
mart32106/11/2019 16:48

I picked up the 7500 for sons bedroom the other week. Think it was £270* …I picked up the 7500 for sons bedroom the other week. Think it was £270* with some code on ebay at the time. The apps work fine. Havnt had any issues with Netflix BBC iplayer, free view etc. They are all quick and responsive. The picture is fine for what it is. Games and Netflix is good.


Thank you, it's £270 right now too... I'm gonna get this model I think as I like the idea of my kids having Bluetooth. I might wait till black Friday though and hope it's a little cheaper, I have 3 to buy for my kids!
TheDealer06/11/2019 16:12

Anyone who wants a TV and is wondering if they should wait until Black …Anyone who wants a TV and is wondering if they should wait until Black Friday. Just wait until Black Friday.


I think everyone wondering has already decided to wait but we just wanted someone to say it Thank you hahaha
if its anything like last black friday it probably wont be any cheaper. theyll put all these prices back up next week.. then during the "black friday event" theyll come back down to the same price as now. a lot of stuff i was watching last year turned out more expensive during black friday...

since this is from argos you could blag them if it turns out cheaper within the 30 day returns period. i bought a bed recently that went down in a sale a week later and they refunded me the difference no questions...
mart32106/11/2019 16:48

I picked up the 7500 for sons bedroom the other week. Think it was £270* …I picked up the 7500 for sons bedroom the other week. Think it was £270* with some code on ebay at the time. The apps work fine. Havnt had any issues with Netflix BBC iplayer, free view etc. They are all quick and responsive. The picture is fine for what it is. Games and Netflix is good.


Where abouts is it for £270
Is it full RGB or WRGB?
you_gotta_be_kidding06/11/2019 16:51

Thank you, it's £270 right now too... I'm gonna get this model I think as …Thank you, it's £270 right now too... I'm gonna get this model I think as I like the idea of my kids having Bluetooth. I might wait till black Friday though and hope it's a little cheaper, I have 3 to buy for my kids!


Hi. Where abouts is it for £270
D1LL06/11/2019 13:49

Amazing price for 4k tv, at these prices hd ready and 1080p shouldn’t be a …Amazing price for 4k tv, at these prices hd ready and 1080p shouldn’t be a thing


I dont think they are anymore? I mean, 4k is basically the standard nowadays. I dont have one myself.. because my 1080p samsung smart tv is fine right now. But when I upgrade, it will be 4k ect.
Edited by: "Stephen123456" 6th Nov
telf06/11/2019 15:57

7500 has Bluetooth and more


But not much more on the 43" size. It has Dolby Vision too, but the 43" version doesn't include the picture processing options found on the larger sizes.
I have seen a deal for 43inch Samsung on EE £32 for 11months with £30 upfront


shop.ee.co.uk/add…019
Jamal_Mahroof06/11/2019 14:08

But will it be better on black friday / cyber monday hmmm? :/


Exactly what I was thinking I will be holding out till black friday
Great price. Bought that tv 3 months ago and I am pleased with it. The only one thing i do not like is the automatic contrast/brightness adjustment. Sometimes its so dark screen and that pisses me off lol
I'm on the lookout for a 4k TV and initially thought these TVs from Hisense looked like brilliant VFM but...reviews on Which in particular saying things like "awful sound, wonky colours and contrast and atrocious motion control" puts me off!
made is china - cheap but bad review
Anyone know if this is any Google for gaming?
Word of warning for anyone planning to use Plex, the native app doesn’t do 4K or HDR so you’d need an external box for that. You also can’t install Kodi as VIDAA is not supported.
Can you stream 4K Netflix and prime on this TV? Been trying to find out for definite but can’t find any answers
Addikt06/11/2019 20:11

Word of warning for anyone planning to use Plex, the native app doesn’t do …Word of warning for anyone planning to use Plex, the native app doesn’t do 4K or HDR so you’d need an external box for that. You also can’t install Kodi as VIDAA is not supported.


Any recommendations where kodi can be installed? Thanks.
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