Hisense H43N5700 43 Inch 4K TV + NOWTV Smart box with 3 months Ent. pass + £10 voucher = £369.10 @ ARGOS
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Hisense H43N5700 43 Inch 4K TV + NOWTV Smart box with 3 months Ent. pass + £10 voucher = £369.10 @ ARGOS

£369.10Argos Deals
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Edited by:"insideman"Found 10th Nov
This set is around £399 at most retailers at the moment (£389 @ amazon).

Argos have a 10% OFF voucher for TV's and you can add a NOW TV smart box for only £10 (list price £49) when purchased with any TV.

Note: This is the more advance NOW TV Box with pause and rewind functions and comes with 3 months NOW TV Entertainment pass.

You'll also get a £10 Argos voucher if purchased before the 14th.


VOUCHER CODE: TV10

12 Comments

Can this can get HDR via USB?

Original Poster

Snakeyes64619 m ago

Can this can get HDR via USB?


Not sure what you mean but the full spec can be found here
Edited by: "insideman" 10th Nov

Real good TV for that price, Your getting a 8bit + FRC panel so full HDR, The only thing would worry me is the Brightness, 200 cd/m


Other than that a good tv for the Xbox X

Very tempted with this, seems to have great reviews. Anyone actually own one and confirm how good this tv is? Also is amazon app on this tv? Many thanks x

Original Poster

wish123simp12324 m ago

Very tempted with this, seems to have great reviews. Anyone actually own …Very tempted with this, seems to have great reviews. Anyone actually own one and confirm how good this tv is? Also is amazon app on this tv? Many thanks x

According to the specs page this does have the Amazon app.

type105x1 h, 24 m ago

Real good TV for that price, Your getting a 8bit + FRC panel so full HDR


The LCD panel bit depth has little to do with HDR. This TV has very little in the way of ability to reproduce HDR content at more than SDR range.

The same goes for everything else at this price though, and it's a good option for a cheap and cheerful TV.

EndlessWaves1 h, 0 m ago

The LCD panel bit depth has little to do with HDR. This TV has very little …The LCD panel bit depth has little to do with HDR. This TV has very little in the way of ability to reproduce HDR content at more than SDR range. The same goes for everything else at this price though, and it's a good option for a cheap and cheerful TV.


1 billion colours so how is it SDR?

type105x13 h, 41 m ago

1 billion colours so how is it SDR?


Because the range of colours that are divided into 1 billion steps is the same as the SDR range and much narrower than the HDR range.

More colours or higher bit depth doesn't mean one display can show colours that another can't, it just means that there are smaller steps between adjacent shades. 8-bit is sufficiently small steps that colours look continuous in most circumstances though.

HDR swaps to 10-bit because it's spacing it's shades over a wider range so the difference between shades would widen and become more noticeable if it stuck with 8-bit.

The 10-bit is not the hardware that creates new colours, that's the backlight's colour gamut. It's a supporting technology that means little if the main hardware isn't there.

Please can some of you experts tell me how this compares to the LG 43UJ651V (also £399 at Argos). I need a tv with Free Sat, which the LG has. Thank you
argos.co.uk/pro…366

Sheila5932 m ago

Please can some of you experts tell me how this compares to the LG …Please can some of you experts tell me how this compares to the LG 43UJ651V (also £399 at Argos). I need a tv with Free Sat, which the LG has. Thank youhttps://www.argos.co.uk/product/7008366


Both kind of the same, The LG has RGBW which means its really a 3k image, The TV can still process 1 billion colours so your getting good HDR + the Brightness level is a lot better, So yeah your getting better HDR or the Hisense with a real 4k image

EndlessWaves2 h, 33 m ago

Because the range of colours that are divided into 1 billion steps is the …Because the range of colours that are divided into 1 billion steps is the same as the SDR range and much narrower than the HDR range.More colours or higher bit depth doesn't mean one display can show colours that another can't, it just means that there are smaller steps between adjacent shades. 8-bit is sufficiently small steps that colours look continuous in most circumstances though. HDR swaps to 10-bit because it's spacing it's shades over a wider range so the difference between shades would widen and become more noticeable if it stuck with 8-bit.The 10-bit is not the hardware that creates new colours, that's the backlight's colour gamut. It's a supporting technology that means little if the main hardware isn't there.




Honest I think you're missing the point... 8bit + FRC can process a Color Depth of 10 bit (1 billion colours) your saying these sets don't have a Wide Color Gamut which is not right at all and can show HDR10, Yes it uses an illusion to show you the extra colours but its not like its as simple as its still SDR
I just think at that price your getting a lot of Value
Edited by: "type105x" 11th Nov

type105x35 m ago

Honest I think you're missing the point... 8bit + FRC can process a Color …Honest I think you're missing the point... 8bit + FRC can process a Color Depth of 10 bit (1 billion colours) your saying these sets don't have a Wide Color Gamut which is not right at all and can show HDR10, Yes it uses an illusion to show you the extra colours but its not like its as simple as its still SDR I just think at that price your getting a lot of Value


No, that's incorrect. You're conflating colour gamut and colour depth.

Here's an analogy.

Imagine SDR covers the colour range 1 to 50 and has colours every 0.5 units so a given pixel might be colour 7.0 or 43.5. 100 colours in total.

A new 10-bit technology comes along that allows 1000 colours. How are they numbered?

In HDR it's the range of numbers that are expanded. The colours in HDR content go from 1 to 500 in the same 0.5 step size.

A TV like this can produce the colours from 1 to 50 but does it in 0.1 steps. 1000 colours in total. It may be 10-bit colour, but it's not able to reproduce any more of the 10-bit HDR colour range than the SDR 8-bit TV is.
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