Hisense H43N5300 43 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £329.00 @ Argos
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Hisense H43N5300 43 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £329.00 @ Argos

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Edited by:"MFT01"Found 5th Sep 2017
Decent price for a 43" 4K TV. Comes with a 2 year warranty. I'm pretty sure this is also a brand new model. 1.05% Cashback at TopCashback brings price down to £325.54.

hisense.co.uk/tvs/all-tvs/n5300/


Never miss a moment of goal-scoring action with the Hisense 43-inch Ultra HD 4K TV. This Smart TV brings you non-stop entertainment with a built-in Freeview Play. With Freeview Play you can enjoy BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, My5 & UKTV Play, plus over 70 digital channels and 15 HD channels, it's live TV & on demand all in one place. Stream content from Netflix or Amazon & enjoy all your favourite boxsets.

With 2 USB ports and 3 HDMI sockets there's plenty of connections for plugging in extras. Connect an external hard drive or USB stick to view photos, watch films and record TV.

BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, My5, UKTV Play, Netflix, Amazon, Youtube, Wukai, Plex & Web Browser. Other Apps such as IPTV are available from the app store.

Television picture quality:

  • LED TV Screen.
  • Ultra HD 4K certified display resolution.
  • Screen size: 43 inches.
  • Motion rate 60Hz.
  • Viewing angle 178/178 degrees.
  • Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.

Connectivity:

  • 2 USB ports and 3 HDMI sockets.
  • Smart TV.
  • Composite socket.
  • Optical connection.
  • Headphone socket.
  • AV socket.
  • Wi-Fi enabled.
  • Ethernet connection.
  • DLNA compatibility.
  • 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 Play digital tuner.
  • Quad core processor.
  • CI plus slot.

Additional features:

  • Sleep timer.
  • Parental controls.
  • Size of TV H56.8, W97, D8.8cm.
  • Weight of TV 9.75kg (unpackaged).
  • Size of TV with stand: H61.8, W97, D21.5cm.
  • Footprint of TV 79.5cm.
  • Weight of TV with stand: 9.9kg.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.

Energy efficiency information:

  • Energy efficiency rating: a.
  • On mode power consumption 68 watts.
  • Off mode power consumption 0.5 watt.
  • Annual power consumption 99kWh.
  • Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.
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Decent panel. Bought it from argos this weekend and was expecting rubbish but was pleasantly suprised. Its a VA panel type so has all the pros (better blacks etc) and cons (narrower viewing angle etc) of that type of screen, is 8Bit +FRC (so not true 10 bit but better than 8 bit), and is true 4k (rather than the other RGBW panels from LG that are often popping up here). One thing to note is that the UI is dog rough and even tho is quad core does not have the buttery smooth interface that other (better?) brands have. It has PVR and live tv pause capabilities but it is implemented very poorly due to the interface so yes, it has some great features but dont expect them to play like those of better UIs (eg sky boxes etc). That said, if you have a 4k capable set top box that you like the UI of already then you are good to go.

Sound is actually really good considering. Response time is ~50ms

Hope that helps someone
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Decent panel. Bought it from argos this weekend and was expecting rubbish but was pleasantly suprised. Its a VA panel type so has all the pros (better blacks etc) and cons (narrower viewing angle etc) of that type of screen, is 8Bit +FRC (so not true 10 bit but better than 8 bit), and is true 4k (rather than the other RGBW panels from LG that are often popping up here). One thing to note is that the UI is dog rough and even tho is quad core does not have the buttery smooth interface that other (better?) brands have. It has PVR and live tv pause capabilities but it is implemented very poorly due to the interface so yes, it has some great features but dont expect them to play like those of better UIs (eg sky boxes etc). That said, if you have a 4k capable set top box that you like the UI of already then you are good to go.

Sound is actually really good considering. Response time is ~50ms

Hope that helps someone
Is it worth getting this or the h43N5700 for £50 more as it has hdr??
seems a bit high for a hisense. the M3000 4K series were about £340 for a 49inch and £290 for a 43inch a year ago.
downie04041 h, 10 m ago

Is it worth getting this or the h43N5700 for £50 more as it has hdr??


h43N5700 as its new model and will be supported longer.
Looking at hisense webpage its looks like all their panels are 8Bit +FRC. Seems like their plans to release 10 bit budget tv failed...
HDR or gtfo
MARFW2 h, 53 m ago

seems a bit high for a hisense. the M3000 4K series were about £340 for a …seems a bit high for a hisense. the M3000 4K series were about £340 for a 49inch and £290 for a 43inch a year ago.


That's inflation for you
Edited by: "Gingerdan" 5th Sep 2017
Remember the saying...Hisense makes No sense
thejinx619 h, 18 m ago

Response time is ~50msHope that helps someone


Wish some angel would post input lag in every TV thread
wild_quinine49 m ago

Wish some angel would post input lag in every TV thread



input lag

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Anyone know if these will drop a bit more in price around December? I need to buy a 4k tv for a Christmas present.
Isn't the R6 and R8 coming out soon for around the same price?
Dabstar2 h, 4 m ago

Anyone know if these will drop a bit more in price around December? I need …Anyone know if these will drop a bit more in price around December? I need to buy a 4k tv for a Christmas present.

No this will be the lowest price it will go to
I got the 49" for 379 about I Dno few months ago mint picture but not very hard wearing dropped it smashed to bits I need erm like a tv tablet cover possibly
What are these like for gaming? Looking to upgrade my old HDTV to a 4k but I'm not exactly flush with cash.
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kjfrazer4 m ago

What are these like for gaming? Looking to upgrade my old HDTV to a 4k but …What are these like for gaming? Looking to upgrade my old HDTV to a 4k but I'm not exactly flush with cash.


The picture quality will me much better than a HDTV (4x better!) but if you are playing games at a competitive level (especially games like CoD) it is better to go with a 4K monitor as they have much better response times (1-5ms instead of <50ms) Hope this helped
MFT012 m ago

The picture quality will me much better than a HDTV (4x better!) but if …The picture quality will me much better than a HDTV (4x better!) but if you are playing games at a competitive level (especially games like CoD) it is better to go with a 4K monitor as they have much better response times (1-5ms instead of <50ms) Hope this helped


Cheers - noticed the response time just after posting, dayum. My HDTV is 32" and mounted to the wall - I'm looking for something similar so I can just swap over the mount, and use as a second monitor for my iMac too.

A lot to ask for, I know!
Hey guys I'm looking to a 4k TV just for general purposes but also I got a ps4 pro. Is it better to get a HDR with 4k at 43". Or just settle for a 4k TV alone?
adeljay924 m ago

Hey guys I'm looking to a 4k TV just for general purposes but also I got a …Hey guys I'm looking to a 4k TV just for general purposes but also I got a ps4 pro. Is it better to get a HDR with 4k at 43". Or just settle for a 4k TV alone?

For gaming and the extra benefit of HDR I would go for the 43N5700 also all Hisense HDR TVs are HDR HLG compatible which will be the main format HDR in the UK

Depends on your budget you can't go wrong with £349
tclutton14 m ago

For gaming and the extra benefit of HDR I would go for the 43N5700 also …For gaming and the extra benefit of HDR I would go for the 43N5700 also all Hisense HDR TVs are HDR HLG compatible which will be the main format HDR in the UKDepends on your budget you can't go wrong with £349

Yeah I'm on a budget so would this TV be a great buy?
adeljay9235 m ago

Yeah I'm on a budget so would this TV be a great buy?

Definitely.... great smart platform and freeview play. You can't go wrong! Have a look at the reviews on argos website as well
I need to find a new TV for my Mum. This looks good but she doesn't need 4k. Durability and a smart TV with WiFi are her priorities. Size 36-43inches ish. Budget max £350.
Is this still a good bet despite her not needing 4k? She is upgrading from a 20year old CRT!
Would this do a job for a PS4 pro or the xbox Scorpio that's coming up?......any help and feedback appreciated!
Ha just seen posts earlier in thread
Only paid another £50 for a 50" Smart 4K Hisense a few months ago.
ScampiLamp7 h, 27 m ago

I need to find a new TV for my Mum. This looks good but she doesn't need …I need to find a new TV for my Mum. This looks good but she doesn't need 4k. Durability and a smart TV with WiFi are her priorities. Size 36-43inches ish. Budget max £350. Is this still a good bet despite her not needing 4k? She is upgrading from a 20year old CRT!

It has all the catch up services and a really easy smart platform. Also have built in AC WiFi
Remember the saying..."Buying Hisense makes no sense"
Can anyone highlight the differences between this and the 43M3000 4k hdr set that was on for £289 a few months ago?

Is this worth the extra money?
Pretty sure I posted this last month
I would not worry about a rubbish UI if you are using a xbox for youtube, Netflix, iPlayer etc. I do the same for my Samsung uhd and Sony hd teles. So if the quality is good for football or playing fifa (anyone know) then not a bad a deal. Though I'd always check richer sounds first for any deals first.
Should i give this a go?
I have a 49” hisense which allegedly has 4K HDR and does upscaling from HD....I can’t for the life of me get mine to that though?!!? Anyone help with some settings or something?!
How comes this is hot? The same price was since last month when i bought it. I have to say i feel its better tv than my samsung 4k which i bought last year (unfortunately R.I.P thanks to my baby ). Sound is greeeaaat. Everything nice, easy menu (i hate lg menu) etc etc. Love watxhing 4k nature on YT
apower908th Sep

I got the 49" for 379 about I Dno few months ago mint picture but not very …I got the 49" for 379 about I Dno few months ago mint picture but not very hard wearing dropped it smashed to bits I need erm like a tv tablet cover possibly

Then you should have purchased from JL along with the extra cover for £40 then you would have been sorted
Have prices gone up? I top a similar TV last year for 100 pounds less. And it is quite decent, although you have to make the usual concessions for "supermarket" TVs.
Anyone know what input lag Thisbe is kicking out? Might Be worth it to make the PS4 pro upgrade a little cheaper, USB the picture quality actually that good or USB it worth spending not for the quality it's being better betterv what's the HDR looking like?
This or a lg49h5100 for £215. Dilemmas dilemmas.
mayzi27th Sep

This or a lg49h5100 for £215. Dilemmas dilemmas.


If you mean the lg49uh5100 at Currys they are likely not available or are ex display. I have a similar dilemma. Our TV is a 7 year old 32" HD LG Currys Boxing Day special. It has been super reliable - but it's now not bright enough in strong sunlight so I have to consider replacing it.
Edited by: "MattP79" 29th Sep 2017
MattP7923 m ago

If you mean the lg49uh5100 at Currys they are likely not available or are …If you mean the lg49uh5100 at Currys they are likely not available or are ex display. I have a similar dilemma. Our TV is a 7 year old 32" HD LG Currys Boxing Day special. It has been super reliable - but it's now not bright enough in strong sunlight so I have to consider replacing it.


I bought one a few months ago but now need to start using it or sell it and buy another. Surprised I'm doing well without a tv!
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