Hisense H49M3000 49" 4K Smart TV £329 with Free Del @ AO (Using code)
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Hisense H49M3000 49" 4K Smart TV £329 with Free Del @ AO (Using code)

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Found 26th May 2017
There's currently £40 off TV's at 49" and above
Code - LARGESCREEN40

Which brings the H49M3000 down to £329 with free delivery.
Worth a nosey on site if you're after a new TV at the mo. Been some bargains around just lately!



HDMI - x4
USB Input - x3
Headphone socket - x1
Composite Video Input - x1
Component Video Input - x1
Vesa Wall Mount Size - 200mm x 200mm
Scart - x1 (Durin' the war)

Immerse yourself in your favourite films with this 49 inch Hisense TV. This model is 4K Ultra HD Certified with 4K upscaling, which boosts standard HD to near 4K for incredible image quality. It has a USB port which supports HDR content, so you can enjoy a wide range of colour and contrast for an amazingly lifelike picture. It’s also a Smart model, so you can enjoy your favourite shows and stream movies on demand. With Freeview HD, you can browse 70 channels – Including 15 in HD and with Freeview Play too, you can catch up on the last 7 days of TV. It has 4 HDMI ports and 3 USB ports for connecting your devices.


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looks like firmware update came out last September to allow hdr via hdmi, not just from usb. Ooooooooo im really tempted now...
bought the 43 inch version a month or so back very good tv for the price. I will warn you tho you will spend a while fiddling with the settings until you get the best looking picture the out of the box settings are very poor it makes the tv look poor in my opinion. also make sure you are watching things in at least hd quality as sd looks awful if you want to see what the tv can do load up YouTube on the tv search 4k picture test and it will run true 4k it looks amazing. for that price I wish I had waited now and got this one lol.
Got mine a few weeks back at this price, well worth the outlay
any good for gaming?
M3000 on deals almost weekly now, can hiSENSE they are trying to get rid of this old stock before making say M7000 range more affordable.
Recently bought a washing machine from AO.First Class customer service
I've been looking at the M3300 and this code brings it down to £359.00.

Not sure of the differences between them. I was looking at the 50" M3300 as it was pretty well reviewed all around for a budget 4K aside from the viewing angles. Input lag for gaming was decent. Same as this TV, it has HDR via HDMI after firmware update.


Edited by: "Darkeru" 26th May 2017
Bought a Hisense last year great picture great value
Get the M3300 for gaming. Input latency is significantly better
alexanderthenotsogreat

Get the M3300 for gaming. Input latency is significantly better



Do you know the figures for the input latency? I looked for ages, eventually found it, then lost the link.
I have 49M3000 and 43M3000, very pleased with both. I, and family have used AO many times with no problems.
I seriously worry about the people who buy a 49" 4K UHD HDR TV and plug in a scart! *shudders*
pow26

If anyone's local to GU11 and wants one of these I've got one going for … If anyone's local to GU11 and wants one of these I've got one going for £300. 2 weeks old. Cellophane still on tv. Ordered wrong size.


Why not return it?
Alasdair91

I seriously worry about the people who buy a 49" 4K UHD HDR TV and plug … I seriously worry about the people who buy a 49" 4K UHD HDR TV and plug in a scart! *shudders*



I felt the same way when people would use the RF input instead of RGB scart
ao are a top notch company

hisense tvs are great for the money

I bought a 65inch hisense from ao earlier this year for £680 inc vat & delivery....very pleased
Looks like a lot of ao cs reps in here
Ive ordered about 5 times from AO and I cant fault them,brilliant service with timed deliveries so not hanging about waiting.Bought this TV last week from them, again faultless product and delivery.Ive no idea about their customer service regarding returns though.Yes if you register it with Hisense you get 2 years warranty,for the money if it lasts 2 years you cant really lose.
I am not a CS rep for AO LOL
Ao top notch? They always deliver on time true and prices are competitive but them spam you with selling insurance for goods
Bought the 55inch a few weeks ago,always had Samsung but love this TVs,good deal !
SavB

Why not return it?



I've taken it out the box and switched it on.
pow26

I've taken it out the box and switched it on.



I assume you've blown up?​
hamsterboy

looks like firmware update came out last September to allow hdr via hdmi, … looks like firmware update came out last September to allow hdr via hdmi, not just from usb. Ooooooooo im really tempted now...



We just git the Argos Philips 49 inch with ambilight that was on here yesterday! Smashing deal for 389 lovely colours that comes out of back. HDR and 4K
I bought the 43 inch model last month and the tv is good, it does have HDR can play ps4 or xbox with HDR, however netflix hasnt been updated yet for HDR,
pow26

I've taken it out the box and switched it on.



You can still return it.
Notice any ghosting or motion blur? It's hard to find a budget TV without either.
rafaelmagalhaes93

I bought the 43 inch model last month and the tv is good, it does have … I bought the 43 inch model last month and the tv is good, it does have HDR can play ps4 or xbox with HDR, however netflix hasnt been updated yet for HDR,


I'm watching ultra hd on Netflix with this 49 inch model
If this is anything like my 2015 K321, it also has Freesat which i am using now .
I'm in !
Does the pvr record stuff with the TV "off" i wonder ?
... also d loaded the manual and it blathers on about 3d, it doesn't have this does it?
Thanks to op..
After much deliberation I've gone for the h50m3300 for £360. The pvr via usb finally swung it for me. One less remote and less faffing (I hope)

forgot blinking 1.51% tcb. doh!!
RoosterNo1

I'm in ! Does the pvr record stuff with the TV "off" i wonder ? ... also … I'm in ! Does the pvr record stuff with the TV "off" i wonder ? ... also d loaded the manual and it blathers on about 3d, it doesn't have this does it? Thanks to op..



​I cant find a mention of pvr with this model?
hamsterboy

I cant find a mention of pvr with this model?



USB Recording (DVR)\x09Yes..... on the AO page.
Darkeru

Do you know the figures for the input latency? I looked for ages, … Do you know the figures for the input latency? I looked for ages, eventually found it, then lost the link.



m3300, its about 33ms, virtually unnoticeable
Got the Hisense M7000 my self. If this is anything like that then it's well worth the money. However, Did take make a few hours to get the picture settings just right as the default out of the box ones where poor for both my PS4 and PC. Head over to the AVforums to get the best picture settings.

h3llo_fr1end

You can still return it.



​yes but AO charge up to 50% fee if you've turned it on and changed your mind so i guess that's why they haven't returned it.
Alasdair91

I seriously worry about the people who buy a 49" 4K UHD HDR TV and plug … I seriously worry about the people who buy a 49" 4K UHD HDR TV and plug in a scart! *shudders*



Well I want to play Dreamcast damn it and mine doesn't have VGA out!
Nice
Alasdair91

I seriously worry about the people who buy a 49" 4K UHD HDR TV and plug … I seriously worry about the people who buy a 49" 4K UHD HDR TV and plug in a scart! *shudders*


Only use is if they are satellite card sharing. no point in taking up an HDMI port since card sharing does not share HD channels
RoosterNo1

USB Recording (DVR)\x09Yes..... on the AO page.



​dang it!

im sure the extra inch is worth £30 !!

least my NES is gonna look sweeeeeet on this. 4k uhd hdr Super Mario 3.
Decent deal
Does anyone know if the Hisense H43M3000 supports HDR out of the box?
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