Hisense h43n5700 - 43" 4k TV - £314.10 with code @ AO ebay
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Hisense h43n5700 - 43" 4k TV - £314.10 with code @ AO ebay

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Found 28th Feb
Use code P10AO
Yeah I know, "another AO code deal" but even without the code this TV seems to be at the cheapest price anywhere at present.
With the 10% off code, it's a total bargain.

2 year manufacturer warranty and apparently better than average sound.
A VA panel - perfect for my needs but not sure it suits everyone though.

Full list of specs on the page linked on this deal.
I think I'm actually going to buy this myself for a bedroom.
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mark_lucasskem23 m ago

I had the 55 inch version and has to go back to John Lewis the volume …I had the 55 inch version and has to go back to John Lewis the volume randomly increases to 50 every couple of hours, its known fault apparently


But with a fault like that, you can't turn it down!
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43" and 4k
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Reef_Volka9 m ago

43" and 4k🤣


Cheaper than most 40" or greater, 1080p sets
If I was after a FHD TV, I'd still get this instead.
Reef_Volka37 m ago

43" and 4k🤣


I have a 40 inch 4k and I can still tell night and day between Xbox one s and Xbox one s images when I tried one after the other.

Suppose it's relative to distance as I have it about 6ft away.
Only £23 more at Hughes and John Lewis will price match witch 5 years warranty
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bryngreen45 m ago

I have a 40 inch 4k and I can still tell night and day between Xbox one s …I have a 40 inch 4k and I can still tell night and day between Xbox one s and Xbox one s images when I tried one after the other. Suppose it's relative to distance as I have it about 6ft away.


What do you have? A Samsung or a Panasonic?
Bestard2 h, 30 m ago

What do you have? A Samsung or a Panasonic?


Samsung KU6400. Ideally I'd like something with HDR10 but they all seem to be bigger and it just wouldn't look right as it's only a small room unfortunately!
pavel768 h, 54 m ago

Only £23 more at Hughes and John Lewis will price match witch 5 years …Only £23 more at Hughes and John Lewis will price match witch 5 years warranty


Hi. can you confirm
how i can get the price match initiated.

THanks
I had the 55 inch version and has to go back to John Lewis the volume randomly increases to 50 every couple of hours, its known fault apparently
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mark_lucasskem14 m ago

I had the 55 inch version and has to go back to John Lewis the volume …I had the 55 inch version and has to go back to John Lewis the volume randomly increases to 50 every couple of hours, its known fault apparently



mark_lucasskem23 m ago

I had the 55 inch version and has to go back to John Lewis the volume …I had the 55 inch version and has to go back to John Lewis the volume randomly increases to 50 every couple of hours, its known fault apparently


But with a fault like that, you can't turn it down!
Can any advise if the blacks are decent on this, for example watching dark programs like sci-fi stuff? The cheaper TV's tend to be rubblsh so I am wondering what this is like.
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beastman1 m ago

Can any advise if the blacks are decent on this, for example watching dark …Can any advise if the blacks are decent on this, for example watching dark programs like sci-fi stuff? The cheaper TV's tend to be rubblsh so I am wondering what this is like.


Can't imagine they'll be decent.
It's a cheap TV mate.
Bestard1 h, 26 m ago

Can't imagine they'll be decent.It's a cheap TV mate.


coming from someone who has a £1200 panasonic 4k tv i bought a 40" hisense tv for under £ 300 and i can honestly say its amazing for the money...

much better quality than the other lower brands. its probably the only brand i'd buy at this price point...
Nutkin2 h, 44 m ago

But with a fault like that, you can't turn it down!


Bravo sir! *tips hat*
cigbunt15 m ago

coming from someone who has a £1200 panasonic 4k tv i bought a 40" hisense …coming from someone who has a £1200 panasonic 4k tv i bought a 40" hisense tv for under £ 300 and i can honestly say its amazing for the money...much better quality than the other lower brands. its probably the only brand i'd buy at this price point...


Ta for that info. My Mrs watches stuff like Buffy the Vampire Slayer which is very darkly lit in many scenes and we have a new Sharp TV (yes I know, bobbins!) in the bedroom and the picture looks proper bad in the darker scenes. Can anyone comment on this particular model on darkly lit material?
beastman3 m ago

Ta for that info. My Mrs watches stuff like Buffy the Vampire Slayer which …Ta for that info. My Mrs watches stuff like Buffy the Vampire Slayer which is very darkly lit in many scenes and we have a new Sharp TV (yes I know, bobbins!) in the bedroom and the picture looks proper bad in the darker scenes. Can anyone comment on this particular model on darkly lit material?


sharp is like Goodmans and Polaroid crap
Edited by: "cigbunt" 1st Mar
Tempting, I want a 43" 4K TV for my bedroom and had my eye on the "LG 43UJ630V 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR" which costs £349 at most places. I'm still thinking the LG would be a better bet with its IPS panel but not sure.
cigbunt37 m ago

sharp is like Goodmans and Polaroid crap


yes and you can, broadly speaking, add to the list Technika, Tevion, Alba, Blaupunkt, Hitachi, Medion, JVC, Toshiba........
Actually, reading on the web about VA and IPS panels, I'm thinking this Hisense with its VA panel might be better for a bedroom TV than the LG 43UJ630V.

VA panel TVs are supposed to have better contrast and blacker blacks.
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Sparco5 m ago

Actually, reading on the web about VA and IPS panels, I'm thinking this …Actually, reading on the web about VA and IPS panels, I'm thinking this Hisense with its VA panel might be better for a bedroom TV than the LG 43UJ630V.VA panel TVs are supposed to have better contrast and blacker blacks.


And that is a major reason why I am buying this for my bedroom, rather than a Philips or LG.
Obviously the price being the main driver but the panel is a bonus for my circumstances anyway.
Nutkin4 h, 8 m ago

But with a fault like that, you can't turn it down!


Is this a good deal?
Doesn't post to Northern Ireland - COLD
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acheron3771 h, 8 m ago

Is this a good deal?


Cheap & cheerful would be my view.
beastman7 h, 51 m ago

Can any advise if the blacks are decent on this, for example watching dark …Can any advise if the blacks are decent on this, for example watching dark programs like sci-fi stuff? The cheaper TV's tend to be rubblsh so I am wondering what this is like.


It's class watching Dark on Netflix you have to adjust settings initially but once set up it's fine
Anybody know what the smart features and wi-fi is like on this model?Primarily being used for catch up 📺 and streaming films and TV from devices. Torn between these hisense entry 4k 43" range or getting a 1080p set. As am not be watching 4k stuff just as yet..
Edited by: "DanielPritchard" 1st Mar
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DanielPritchard2 m ago

Anybody know what the smart features and wi-fi is like on this …Anybody know what the smart features and wi-fi is like on this model?Primarily being used for catch up 📺 and streaming films and TV from devices. Torn between these hisense entry 4k 43" range or getting a 1080p set. As am not be watching 4k stuff just as yet..


How much are the 1080p sets you've looked at?
Bestard18 m ago

How much are the 1080p sets you've looked at?


Hitting the same price. Maybe a bit more. No more than 50 quid. The smart features and wi-fi are the most important features am looking for. As using it as a bedroom TV. Heard really good things about the hisense range. But don't knowif I be wasting my money on a entry 4k model TV rather than a mid range /top range 1080p set... 😓
DanielPritchard2 h, 33 m ago

Hitting the same price. Maybe a bit more. No more than 50 quid. The smart …Hitting the same price. Maybe a bit more. No more than 50 quid. The smart features and wi-fi are the most important features am looking for. As using it as a bedroom TV. Heard really good things about the hisense range. But don't knowif I be wasting my money on a entry 4k model TV rather than a mid range /top range 1080p set... 😓


ive got a older smaller 4k

it has plex, netflix, youtube... also supports 5g wifi. overall its great for the money
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Quote from Which mag:

What's the picture quality like?

The picture quality is beset by poor motion handling. When the camera pans over a detailed landscape, the picture stops and starts as if the TV can't keep up with the camera. We also noticed that during quicker scenes, colours leave a smear in their wake. These are common issues for budget TVs such as this, but our tests have uncovered a number of cheap models that are smooth and clear throughout.

Beyond the problems that this Hisense has with motion, the picture quality isn't half bad. There's a slight reddish tint to colours, and the contrast could be better defined, but it's probably above average for a TV of this calibre. Unfortunately, though, it's difficult to look beyond the glaring shortcomings of the H43N5700's picture.
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CPPERCY2 h, 21 m ago

says codes expired


Seems you are correct.
I will expire this now.

Thanks.
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