Hisense H43N5700 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR TV + 2 yr Manufacturer Warranty £377.10 using code @ AO
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Hisense H43N5700 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR TV + 2 yr Manufacturer Warranty £377.10 using code @ AO

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Found 18th Aug 2017
I reckon this is pretty good at the moment on this model. There is currently 10% off Hisense 4K TVs with code Use code HISENSE10 - Looks to be the cheapest by at least £30.

There are a few others that might be worth a nose at - Here


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Get fully immersed in your favourite films and shows on this Ultra HD certified, 43 inch LED TV from Hisense. It uses upscaling technology to improve HD content to near 4K levels, completely transforming your old Blu-rays. Thanks to HDR technology you’ll get a breath-taking range of colours along with incredible depth and contrast, so everything you watch will look more realistic than ever. Access the best entertainment with Smart TVfeatures, such as 4K streaming, and Freeview HD, which gives you 70 subscription-free channels including 15 in HD. And, with 3 HDMI ports, you can connect your games consoles and Blu-ray players, or hook up external memory to the 2 USB ports to give your home videos the big screen treatment.
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Personally I think this brand is brilliant and within a price band that is exceptional value.

Needless to say heat.
Considering the H55N6800 at £630. Anyone have any opinions on this? Seems a good price, not sure if better out there.

Cheers though, OP.

edit: or is the H55N5700 just as good? Can't seem to find much to explain the price difference.
Edited by: "trajix" 18th Aug 2017
Just dropped my 4K Samsung and the screen smashed. FML! Is this a good replacement?
I'd love a 4k TV, and this is a great price, but I cant justify paying nearly £400 when my 40in Samsung works perfectly fine.
Bigdiv18th Aug 2017

Google is your …Google is your friend...http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/f9941f308Back lit over edge lit and slight brightness difference.


Thanks - better info than I was able to find!
Does anyone have a picture of how this TV looks like in real life and not a stock model? I want to see if it's a kind of grey-ish silver. Would really appreciate it if someone does!
I bought the Hisense h43m3000 43" 4k a month ago from AO for £320. So maybe this is the new current model. Cant fault the quality for the price in picture and sound and slots at the back are plenty full, and that replaced my sony 40" i had bought new 3 yrs earlier. And amazingly enough the hisense beats it ,which kinda shocked me being brand conscious in the past.
Oh and do not forget if anyone wants to purchase the ops deal... If your a first time customer on AO you will get an extra £20 off making this £357.
Does the (8-bit + FRC) HDR work on the built-in Netflix?
ANDYGUY35 m ago

I bought the Hisense h43m3000 43" 4k a month ago from AO for £320. So …I bought the Hisense h43m3000 43" 4k a month ago from AO for £320. So maybe this is the new current model. Cant fault the quality for the price in picture and sound and slots at the back are plenty full, and that replaced my sony 40" i had bought new 3 yrs earlier. And amazingly enough the hisense beats it ,which kinda shocked me being brand conscious in the past. Oh and do not forget if anyone wants to purchase the ops deal... If your a first time customer on AO you will get an extra £20 off making this £357.



Won't let me stack the codes....Am I doing anything wrong?
trajix4 h, 46 m ago

Thanks - better info than I was able to find!


From what I've read the N5700 is the 2017 budget/entry level model where the N6800 is the mid level model.
the N6800 seems to have local dimming and a few more features that are part of the Hisense ULED range that the N5700 doesn't. How much different this makes overall depends on what your watching and the quality of the source.
one thing I do know the N5700 is more likely to experience banding/DSE due to being direct backlit. I've read a few (not loads) reports of this.
The N6800 seems to be more uniform with very few issues other than the odd isolated clouding/backlight bleed issue along the bottom edge.

ive been looking to replace my 4 year old plasma as it's developed a line down the screen and was looking to replace it with either the N6800 (50" version) or the Samsung 50MU6100. I've not seen the Hisense in person but the Samsung are dreadful with widespread backlight bleed issues right away across the MU6XXX range. My advice would be to check out the Hisense TVs and steer clear of Samsung's 2017 models.

joff
Alvie2 h, 17 m ago

Does the (8-bit + FRC) HDR work on the built-in Netflix?


Well it will if the Netflix app Is HDR enabled but regardless you will not see any difference HDR or no HDR; the technology is mainly suited to OLED tv's which can exhibit pure white/blacks. It is quoted by manufacturers to make people purchase new tv's. Next it will be 8k! For the money seems a great buy
Edited by: "mb1357" 19th Aug 2017
mb135712 m ago

Well it will if the Netflix app Is HDR enabled but regardless you will not …Well it will if the Netflix app Is HDR enabled but regardless you will not see any difference HDR or no HDR; the technology is mainly suited to OLED tv's which can exhibit pure white/blacks. It is quoted by manufacturers to make people purchase new tv's. Next it will be 8k! For the money seems a great buy


Oled can do pure blacks by shutting the pixels off, but I don't think you can get "pure" whites from anything.
Not a bad price for 4K. But in my opinion 4K on 43" is overkill, should be looking at 55" minimum
Any good for gaming
A good deal for none gamers. At this price though you can pretty much guarantee this will come with unacceptably high input latency in video games, so one might want to research that aspect of set first.
iwo43 m ago

A good deal for none gamers. At this price though you can pretty much …A good deal for none gamers. At this price though you can pretty much guarantee this will come with unacceptably high input latency in video games, so one might want to research that aspect of set first.

It says on the Hisense website, that in Game mode the Input Lag is "<50ms", which is quite ambiguous. Can't decide if I want to give it a try or not.
I have a Hisense 32" tv in my conservatory, they are a really great bargain if you're not a brand snob, and will buy another without question .
Think I'll wait for the 8k sets to come out(and drop in price) as from what I've read, our eyes won't see any higher definition than this
mb13577 h, 35 m ago

Well it will if the Netflix app Is HDR enabled but regardless you will not …Well it will if the Netflix app Is HDR enabled but regardless you will not see any difference HDR or no HDR; the technology is mainly suited to OLED tv's which can exhibit pure white/blacks. It is quoted by manufacturers to make people purchase new tv's. Next it will be 8k! For the money seems a great buy


OLED can do deeper black, but LED panels are brighter, thus giving more contrast between the highs and lows of HDR... I don't think you can outright say HDR is only for OLED.

Also, Samsung's QLED technology is actually LED, and Samsung will definitely argue that HDR works on their TVs.
ChrisHicks1 h, 33 m ago

It says on the Hisense website, that in Game mode the Input Lag is …It says on the Hisense website, that in Game mode the Input Lag is "<50ms", which is quite ambiguous. Can't decide if I want to give it a try or not.


That's very high. If you're a gamer you're really going to feel it, especially in shooters.
Someone knows the stand length? I need to know if it'll fit on my tv table
thanks
Zaguer2 h, 51 m ago

Someone knows the stand length? I need to know if it'll fit on my tv …Someone knows the stand length? I need to know if it'll fit on my tv tablethanks


Footprint is 82.2cm.
Which is likely to have the better picture quality, this or LG UJ701?
Edited by: "ChrisD___" 19th Aug 2017
iwo4 h, 44 m ago

That's very high. If you're a gamer you're really going to feel it, …That's very high. If you're a gamer you're really going to feel it, especially in shooters.


Hisense panels in reviews are usually are between 25-38ms (not seen anything above 40ms) in response time going by review. They are about on par with Samsung in terms of response time who are usually at the top of the list of fastest response times. The VA panels are about the fastest you can get in terms of LED and the stated <50ms is just a stated factory number and all panels are much lower than this.
Reviews have stated gaming is fine and not an issue and games play great without any noticeable lag.
reespaul00120 h, 14 m ago

I'd love a 4k TV, and this is a great price, but I cant justify paying …I'd love a 4k TV, and this is a great price, but I cant justify paying nearly £400 when my 40in Samsung works perfectly fine.


Is that what her indoors decided lol.
joffa8117 h, 25 m ago

From what I've read the N5700 is the 2017 budget/entry level model where …From what I've read the N5700 is the 2017 budget/entry level model where the N6800 is the mid level model. the N6800 seems to have local dimming and a few more features that are part of the Hisense ULED range that the N5700 doesn't. How much different this makes overall depends on what your watching and the quality of the source. one thing I do know the N5700 is more likely to experience banding/DSE due to being direct backlit. I've read a few (not loads) reports of this. The N6800 seems to be more uniform with very few issues other than the odd isolated clouding/backlight bleed issue along the bottom edge. ive been looking to replace my 4 year old plasma as it's developed a line down the screen and was looking to replace it with either the N6800 (50" version) or the Samsung 50MU6100. I've not seen the Hisense in person but the Samsung are dreadful with widespread backlight bleed issues right away across the MU6XXX range. My advice would be to check out the Hisense TVs and steer clear of Samsung's 2017 models.joff


Surely if it's direct led it's less likely to exhibit banding/DSE?
Can this be used as a PC monitor?
mobily1 h, 55 m ago

Surely if it's direct led it's less likely to exhibit banding/DSE?



you would think so but on some forums there is a a few reports of banding seemingly where the backlight array mounts to the chassis. Also uniformity issues (clouding and blooming/DSE) due to the spaces in the LED array.
this is the reason why it's the N5700 is budget/entry level tv and it uses a direct LED backlight.
most TVs tend to use edge lit screens as it's more efficient and offers a more uniform screen (but it's not perfect).
reespaul00118th Aug

I'd love a 4k TV, and this is a great price, but I cant justify paying …I'd love a 4k TV, and this is a great price, but I cant justify paying nearly £400 when my 40in Samsung works perfectly fine.


Hi was just thinking the same... Got a perfectly good 40 inch sony... no way my wife would let me buy a new tele whilst this is going strong!!
ammunition22 h, 11 m ago

Won't let me stack the codes....Am I doing anything wrong?


not to my knowledge. you can speak to one of their customer advisers tell them your trying to purchase as a new customer. their number is on the site or you can google it.
Remember the saying "Buying Hisense makes No sense"
reespaul00118th Aug

I'd love a 4k TV, and this is a great price, but I cant justify paying …I'd love a 4k TV, and this is a great price, but I cant justify paying nearly £400 when my 40in Samsung works perfectly fine.


I've got a 43" 4k TV and to be honest I can see very little difference between HD and ultra HD on it. I've heard you can only really see the difference on bigger sets.
Edited by: "pboo" 20th Aug 2017
Hello, can anyone with this Hisense 43" tv please tell me the distance between the two stand legs? I have a corner tv unit that's slightly smaller than the width of the tv so not sure if the legs are too far apart since the unit is narrower towards the back.
reespaul00118th Aug

I'd love a 4k TV, and this is a great price, but I cant justify paying …I'd love a 4k TV, and this is a great price, but I cant justify paying nearly £400 when my 40in Samsung works perfectly fine.

I'm in the exact same boat. Currently trying to encourage my three year old to knock my Samsung over...
mdcrawley3 h, 21 m ago

I'm in the exact same boat. Currently trying to encourage my three year …I'm in the exact same boat. Currently trying to encourage my three year old to knock my Samsung over...


I posted this comment early April...

'I so want one of our tvs to break so I can justify these cheap 4K sets.

First time I've wished for something to fail!'

I now own a LG OLED and couldn't be happier with my decision.With the right equipment 4K is absolutely fantastic.
Bought LG 43 2017 mfg for 399 from Richer sounds 5 year guarantee. Not sure about comparison with hisense
KrisFerrari3 h, 12 m ago

Bought LG 43 2017 mfg for 399 from Richer sounds 5 year guarantee. Not …Bought LG 43 2017 mfg for 399 from Richer sounds 5 year guarantee. Not sure about comparison with hisense


Obviously these Hisense are never going to compete with OLED TVs and were never produced to compete with them. They are however equal to and in some cases better than the Samsung and LG models within the same price range.
Most reviews in the last 18 months - 2 years have come to accept Hisense as one of the big brand TVs in the same way they regard Samsung, LG, Panasonic and Sony.
Sony seem to be a step above but Hisense TVs are usually in the same league as Samsung, LG and Panasonic in terms of build quality and picture.
Basically Hisense are doing to Korean manufacturers what they did to the Japanese manufacturers in producing similarly spec products at a more competitive price; reviews are generally favourable esp in terms of build quality and image quality which surely are the main points for a T
Bigdiv20th Aug 2017

Again... The footprint is 82.2cm.



Thanks. Do the legs come in slightly at the back, or are they perpendicular to the screen?
Thanks OP. I think I just got the last one, have some heat.
joffa8119th Aug

Hisense panels in reviews are usually are between 25-38ms (not seen …Hisense panels in reviews are usually are between 25-38ms (not seen anything above 40ms) in response time going by review. They are about on par with Samsung in terms of response time who are usually at the top of the list of fastest response times. The VA panels are about the fastest you can get in terms of LED and the stated <50ms is just a stated factory number and all panels are much lower than this. Reviews have stated gaming is fine and not an issue and games play great without any noticeable lag.


VA panels are slower than IPS ones. There now now IPS gaming monitors, not sure if there is a VA one?
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