Hisense H49N5700 Grey - 49inch 4K Ultra HD with HDR Smart TV £339 @ Co-op Ebay
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Hisense H49N5700 Grey - 49inch 4K Ultra HD with HDR Smart TV £339 @ Co-op Ebay

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Found 14th Mar
£339 using code P20CP at checkout


  • 49” 4K Ultra HD screen gives you four times the detail of a standard Full HD TV
  • Higher contrast, vibrant glowing colour and brighter images thanks to upscaling High Dynamic Range (HDR) and better sound thanks to DBX audio technology
  • Catch up apps include BBC iPlayer, Netflix and YouTube and Freeview Play gives you 7 day scroll back so you can watch all of your favourite programmes
  • Connect your Blu-ray player and games console via HDMI or use the USB connection to watch videos, play music and view photos
  • 3 HDMI Connections
  • 2 USB connections
  • Screen res - 3840 x 2160
  • 2 Year Manufacturer warranty



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I'll admit there have been far fewer deals posted off the back of this eBay code than the spam seen over Christmas.
I've only counted about a dozen or so in the past 24 hours.
Very nice
I do like the news on a big screen, cheers chichi

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Damn I wish this had a swival stand.
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Don't forget possible 5% cashback via Quidco (max £50 per basket) for the next 4 days!
maccy139 m ago

I do like the news on a big screen, cheers chichi [Image]


White lady scared of the black man.
What is this like for game lag/ latency- does anyone know? is the general rule of thumb 'the lower the number the better' ?
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FTOdude17035 m ago

What is this like for game lag/ latency- does anyone know? is the general …What is this like for game lag/ latency- does anyone know? is the general rule of thumb 'the lower the number the better' ?



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I am enjoying my 55In Hisense Tv that i bought at xmas there, cracking brand.

Heat.

Oh and game wise it is fantastic, i notice no issues with lag anywhere, loving it.
Edited by: "XP200" 14th Mar
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bugger :-(
I've just asked this same question on another Hisense TV thread, could anyone point me in the right direction to get ideal picture/sound settings please?
I've seen it discussed on here recently but don't know where to look.
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