Hisense H49N5500 49 inch, 4K Ultra HD, HDR Freeview Play, Smart TV Black + 2 Year Warranty £359 delivered with code @ AO
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Hisense H49N5500 49 inch, 4K Ultra HD, HDR Freeview Play, Smart TV Black + 2 Year Warranty £359 delivered with code @ AO

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Found 14th Nov
Part of AO's Black Friday deals. Looks a good price for this 49 inch Hisense tv and beats the Currys deal by £40 using code BFTV40

Comes with a 2 year manufacturer warranty and free delivery


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  • Dimensions (H)64.9 x (W)111.0 x (D)8.1
  • 3D No
  • 4K Ultra HDYes
  • 4K Ultra HD
  • CertifiedYes
  • Adjustable StandNo
  • Audio Power 8 Watt
  • Connected Features Freeview Play
  • Curved Design No
  • Energy Efficiency Class A
  • Internet Connection Built-in WiFi
  • Manufacturer Warranty 2 Year
  • Mini / Slim Wall Mount Supported Yes
  • Resolution Type 4K Ultra HD
  • Screen Size 49 Inches
  • Screen Type LED
  • Series / Family N5500
  • Smart TV Yes
  • Stand Design POLE
  • Stand Type Static
  • Tuner Type Freeview HD
  • TV DVD Combi No
  • USB Input 2
  • Vesa Wall Mount Size 200 x 200 mm
  • Vesa Wall Mount Supported Yes

Top comments

I just bought the 55” 5700 version of this Tv. 60Hz Panel, says it’s a VA type but viewing is excellent from all angles. It’s bright enough, displays 8bit+frc, has HDR. The HD picture is excellent, the 4k is stunning. I bought mine for £440, new, with two years warranty.
Hisense are ridiculously good. Comparing it to £1000 Sony tv my friend has, the difference is marginal. Don’t get lost in all the marketing bull.
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If only I could justify a new tv...

Kinda wish I hadn't fixed my Sony 40 now.

Tip. If your screen goescheck the t con board before you bin it. 30quid fix.

hooray.henry34 m ago

Kinda wish I hadn't fixed my Sony 40 now.Tip. If your screen goescheck the …Kinda wish I hadn't fixed my Sony 40 now.Tip. If your screen goescheck the t con board before you bin it. 30quid fix.


What did you do?

Ordered, Thanks op

Great for the boxing

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That 60" just got posted for sub-£600. Very tempting

Tempting, tempting. Better to wait for Black Friday?

It's a shame delivery to Northern Ireland is a bit steep, wiping out some of the saving from the discount code! Sigh!

Heat though for the price of the set for those that can get it with free delivery!

Is this one of those rbw screens that are hated on here?

hooray.henry2 h, 16 m ago

Kinda wish I hadn't fixed my Sony 40 now.Tip. If your screen goescheck the …Kinda wish I hadn't fixed my Sony 40 now.Tip. If your screen goescheck the t con board before you bin it. 30quid fix.




t con? Link?

Think I’ll bite...

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Cheers chichi
Edited by: "maccy1" 14th Nov

Whats the difference between this and the 5700 any ideas ?

Any tips on what to avoid when purchasing a tv ?

Wow very tempting!

The spec says "HDR (High Dynamic Range) - HDR 10, HLG".

Does this mean this is 10 bit HDR? Often get confused about the HDR variants but there's usually someone on these posts who can clarify this?

Buy now or wait closer to black Friday etc 🤔

jlyly32 s ago

Buy now or wait closer to black Friday etc 🤔



Exactly what i'm thinking

mubariz32 m ago

Wow very tempting!The spec says "HDR (High Dynamic Range) - HDR 10, …Wow very tempting!The spec says "HDR (High Dynamic Range) - HDR 10, HLG".Does this mean this is 10 bit HDR? Often get confused about the HDR variants but there's usually someone on these posts who can clarify this?


Anyone know the answer to this? 10bit HDR at this price would be a steal. I'm thinking it's 8bit + frc accepting a 10 bit signal though

Thats exactly what it is

It's 8bit + FRC.

Here
Edited by: "Gazza2907" 14th Nov

Gazza29075 m ago

It's 8bit + FRC.Here


Ah OK.

But the question then is, is there that much of a big difference between 8 bit+FRC and 10-bit? to Justify spending hundreds of pounds more to get a 10 bit panel?

Rob_13043 h, 49 m ago

That 60" just got posted for sub-£600. Very tempting


Where is this please

Can anyone really notice any difference between Full HD and 4K @ 49"? Don't mean to be rude, genuinly asking.

Looks like you get another 4% off with Quidco, as far as I can see.
I just bought this. Was about to buy last week anyway.

mubariz1 h, 26 m ago

Ah OK.But the question then is, is there that much of a big difference …Ah OK.But the question then is, is there that much of a big difference between 8 bit+FRC and 10-bit? to Justify spending hundreds of pounds more to get a 10 bit panel?


Yes but the average consumer won't really notice much of a difference.
voteHot19 m ago

Can anyone really notice any difference between Full HD and 4K @ 49"? …Can anyone really notice any difference between Full HD and 4K @ 49"? Don't mean to be rude, genuinly asking.


Depends on viewing distance.
Edited by: "IronSoldier" 14th Nov

Anybody use this for gaming. Anyone recommend something for 4k gaming?

Bought the H50N5300 from Argos when it was at £377 a couple of weeks ago. Haven't opened it yet so can return it. Can any one tell me whether I am better off with the argos one or the one in this deal, H49N5500? Thanks

I just bought the 55” 5700 version of this Tv. 60Hz Panel, says it’s a VA type but viewing is excellent from all angles. It’s bright enough, displays 8bit+frc, has HDR. The HD picture is excellent, the 4k is stunning. I bought mine for £440, new, with two years warranty.
Hisense are ridiculously good. Comparing it to £1000 Sony tv my friend has, the difference is marginal. Don’t get lost in all the marketing bull.

does the screen swivel ? my Samsung turns with the stand in the middle. Also is this brand decent?

If saving £50 is a black friday deal, were in trouble.

voteHot33 m ago

Can anyone really notice any difference between Full HD and 4K @ 49"? …Can anyone really notice any difference between Full HD and 4K @ 49"? Don't mean to be rude, genuinly asking.


At which viewing distance?

Most of the benefit is the HDCP 2.2 support allowing you to get access to higher quality content, so the netflix app and so on will be better quality (provided you pay for the top tier) because it's streaming at 20Mbps instead of 4Mbps. There won't be much difference if you feed the same high quality source to both using an HDCP 2.2 to 1.4 converter or even if you watch the best Full HD versions available like Blu-ray.

HDR is a different technology and does make a big difference on the more capable HDR TVs, but they're currently pretty expensive.
mubariz1 h, 39 m ago

Ah OK.But the question then is, is there that much of a big difference …Ah OK.But the question then is, is there that much of a big difference between 8 bit+FRC and 10-bit? to Justify spending hundreds of pounds more to get a 10 bit panel?



No.

It's not the 10-bit panel you need to show 10-bit HDR anyway. People are applying their SDR knowledge to HDR to reach that conclusion and it's not correct because HDR works differently (a different EOTF).

To reproduce more of the 10-bit range in HDR content the key attributes are a wide colour gamut and high contrast (typically through local dimming). A 10-bit panel only has a very minor effect - none at all compared with 8-bit and dithering.

Nothing does the entire 10-bit range. That would require a 100% Rec. 2020 colour space and 10,000cd/m² brightness. You get to see more of the HDR picture and you go up the range.

Adam_C-10453027658282898714014 m ago

I just bought the 55” 5700 version of this Tv. 60Hz Panel, says it’s a VA t …I just bought the 55” 5700 version of this Tv. 60Hz Panel, says it’s a VA type but viewing is excellent from all angles. It’s bright enough, displays 8bit+frc, has HDR. The HD picture is excellent, the 4k is stunning. I bought mine for £440, new, with two years warranty.Hisense are ridiculously good. Comparing it to £1000 Sony tv my friend has, the difference is marginal. Don’t get lost in all the marketing bull.



Where did you get the 5700 55" for that price? Thx

ben19794 h, 14 m ago

It's a shame delivery to Northern Ireland is a bit steep, wiping out some …It's a shame delivery to Northern Ireland is a bit steep, wiping out some of the saving from the discount code! Sigh! Heat though for the price of the set for those that can get it with free delivery!


amazon price matchin and free delivery

emmaalynn167 m ago

amazon price matchin and free delivery


Thanks for the info, I didn't plan on buying a new tv today, oh well!

EndlessWaves35 m ago

At which viewing distance?Most of the benefit is the HDCP 2.2 support …At which viewing distance?Most of the benefit is the HDCP 2.2 support allowing you to get access to higher quality content, so the netflix app and so on will be better quality (provided you pay for the top tier) because it's streaming at 20Mbps instead of 4Mbps. There won't be much difference if you feed the same high quality source to both using an HDCP 2.2 to 1.4 converter or even if you watch the best Full HD versions available like Blu-ray.HDR is a different technology and does make a big difference on the more capable HDR TVs, but they're currently pretty expensive.No.It's not the 10-bit panel you need to show 10-bit HDR anyway. People are applying their SDR knowledge to HDR to reach that conclusion and it's not correct because HDR works differently (a different EOTF). To reproduce more of the 10-bit range in HDR content the key attributes are a wide colour gamut and high contrast (typically through local dimming). A 10-bit panel only has a very minor effect - none at all compared with 8-bit and dithering.Nothing does the entire 10-bit range. That would require a 100% Rec. 2020 colour space and 10,000cd/m² brightness. You get to see more of the HDR picture and you go up the range.


I love it when you talk dirty to me.
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