Hisense H49N5700 Grey - 49inch 4K Ultra HD with HDR Smart TV £349 w/ code @ Co-op Electrical (Members offer)
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Hisense H49N5700 Grey - 49inch 4K Ultra HD with HDR Smart TV £349 w/ code @ Co-op Electrical (Members offer)

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Found 23rd Feb
£349 using code MW50

Note you need to be a co-op member for the code to work - if you are not you can signup for £1 - link (https://membership.coop.co.uk/register)


  • 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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Are these IPS screens?
No this is a VA panel. It's 8 bit +frc & has 50 milliseconds of input lag it has according to displayspecifications.com
Edited by: "Dcontrol" 23rd Feb
Don't forget 2% TopCashBack on all TVs
Fab price

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Great price
Is the lag low enough for gaming and watching football?
bluecityste18 m ago

Is the lag low enough for gaming and watching football?


I’d be interested to know this also.
I got one of these from argos absolute rubbish volume up and down at random changes channels on its own and turns on and off when it likes only a few months old ? 2 year guarantee also rubbish no replys to emails
But when its working a nice tv
Got 2 of these. Use one for gaming aswell, absolutely spot on. Can't recommend them highly enough.

The tv guide on the teles actual freeview is a bit slow but other than that i have no complaints. PS4 Pro.
Anyone know if this is wall mountable?
lucykett26 m ago

Anyone know if this is wall mountable?


Yes. We have ours on a stand albeit third party so it's more centered. Easy to wall mount too.
Not a £2,000 Panny and I'm a rich snob so cold from me! meh!
Dcontrol5 h, 30 m ago

No this is VA panel. 8 bit +frc & 50 milliseconds of input lag it has …No this is VA panel. 8 bit +frc & 50 milliseconds of input lag it has according to displayspecifications.com

DisplaySpecifications is a great resource, but their input lag figures are often way off, or don't account for a TV's game mode. All Hisense models that I've seen reviewed have had input lag in the low 30s with game mode enabled. For example, the 43" version of this model and the higher end 6800 both tested at 31ms:

topuptv.co.uk/rev…tv/
trustedreviews.com/rev…800

I'd expect this to be the same. Not the very best on the market, but perfectly fine for anybody not playing twitch shooters at a high level.
Edited by: "Aretak" 23rd Feb
cabbage23 m ago

Not a £2,000 Panny and I'm a rich snob so cold from me! meh!



with observational skills like that it's a wonder you are rich...
Another £35 for the 3 year warranty
Whats the criteria for the code?

Does it work on other items?
Yeah does the code work for the 43" version?
Would have been all over this if the stand was central
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GentleTouch6 h, 4 m ago

Whats the criteria for the code?Does it work on other items?



joe38225 h, 49 m ago

Yeah does the code work for the 43" version?




Criteria is £399 spend and Co-op member
This brand is actually owned by the Chinese government and they have been making tv's for years for their own market but now sell worldwide.
I wouldn't buy one I always go Panasonic so depends on whether you want a tv to last a long time with good quality internals or some mass produced Chinese jobby.
At this price it's cheap enough to get a new one every couple years I suppose.

Good for those looking for a budget 4K tv.
Chanchi3210 h, 43 m ago

Criteria is £399 spend and Co-op member


Doesn't seem to be the case
Dcontrol23rd Feb

No this is a VA panel. It's 8 bit +frc & has 50 milliseconds of input lag …No this is a VA panel. It's 8 bit +frc & has 50 milliseconds of input lag it has according to displayspecifications.com


I've got the 55" version and Forza plays very well, I suspect that high figure isn't whilst in game mode
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Fluffy_bandit16 h, 50 m ago

This brand is actually owned by the Chinese government and they have been …This brand is actually owned by the Chinese government and they have been making tv's for years for their own market but now sell worldwide.I wouldn't buy one I always go Panasonic so depends on whether you want a tv to last a long time with good quality internals or some mass produced Chinese jobby.At this price it's cheap enough to get a new one every couple years I suppose.Good for those looking for a budget 4K tv.


They are built no worse than Panasonic, and even use the same caps as Samsung and LG and (even in some models) the same as Panasonic. I still like Panasonic, but these are not cheaply built products. Likely just a cheap price to get into the UK market.
John Lewis states 10 bit panel. There own website says 8bit + fcr
Edited by: "mrgentry" 24th Feb
deleted106166724th Feb

They are built no worse than Panasonic, and even use the same caps as …They are built no worse than Panasonic, and even use the same caps as Samsung and LG and (even in some models) the same as Panasonic. I still like Panasonic, but these are not cheaply built products. Likely just a cheap price to get into the UK market.


Time will tell. My Panasonic full HD flagship from 2007 still as good as new, will this be going in 11 years??
My new Panasonic is heavier than any other it's size and next tv that weighs similar is over grand more expensive and 15" bigger!

That's some decent quality internals.
Cannot beat Panasonic build quality.
Fab TV for the price, thin and light compared to other TV's at this price range?
Fluffy_bandit2 h, 46 m ago

Time will tell. My Panasonic full HD flagship from 2007 still as good as …Time will tell. My Panasonic full HD flagship from 2007 still as good as new, will this be going in 11 years?? My new Panasonic is heavier than any other it's size and next tv that weighs similar is over grand more expensive and 15" bigger!That's some decent quality internals.Cannot beat Panasonic build quality.


A flagship Panasonic in 2007 would cost £800+ for 49". I can assure you, some Hisense TV's that cost £800 are some of the more critically claimed television screens at the market. Have a read on their Flagship range you'd be surprised.
A friend sent his TV for repair at Hisense, the issue was not repaired but worse the screen was returned damaged. This wasn't caused in transit. But wait ..there's worse. Hisense has told him they'll do nothing about it. Their responses by email has been one-liner replies and there's a hint of arrogance too. My friend tells me his emails have all been polite. You might be wondering well there's surely a Hisense version, there must be a reason why they won't sort it out ..at least that's what I was wondering at first. But he has shown me their emails .. they don't give a reason. Just blunt sorry for the experience but there's nothing that can be done. He's now been talking with lawyers and ready to take them to court. I, for one, will stay away from Hisense .. Reading their emails and hearing the story made me angry even though it's not my TV and hope they get taught a good lesson.
Code does not seem to work and I am a coop Member
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Fluffy_bandit25th Feb

Time will tell. My Panasonic full HD flagship from 2007 still as good as …Time will tell. My Panasonic full HD flagship from 2007 still as good as new, will this be going in 11 years?? My new Panasonic is heavier than any other it's size and next tv that weighs similar is over grand more expensive and 15" bigger!That's some decent quality internals.Cannot beat Panasonic build quality.


I expect it will. There is nothing wrong with this new brand and in fact Panasonic rebrand Hisense fridges in many cases!

I have nothing against Panasonic (big fan), but the fact is that the Japs are now losing the electronics market around the world, and they know it (eg why Panasonic is moving into other businesses). Koreans should watch out too.
At least mid to top range Panasonic's are still made in same factories. But lower end models now made by vestel apparently and are having many faults.
All my Panasonic including a brand new one and an 11 year old one all made in Czech republic.
Panasonic have always made other things.
Shavers, DVD and Blu-ray, in car entertainment, phones, microwaves they have always made quite a bit.
jalaldevil25th Feb

A flagship Panasonic in 2007 would cost £800+ for 49". I can assure you, …A flagship Panasonic in 2007 would cost £800+ for 49". I can assure you, some Hisense TV's that cost £800 are some of the more critically claimed television screens at the market. Have a read on their Flagship range you'd be surprised.


My 2007 Panasonic is a 32" and I paid £900 but tellys have come down loads since then but being a 32" full 1080p 100Hz tv back then was the highest spec 32" you could buy and an awesome telly with awesome sound! Never needed to add speakers everyone always commented on the picture and sound.
It's now a bedroom tv and still as good as new after 11 years of daily use so I'll stick with Panasonic's unless they suddenly start failing but never had a problem with Panasonic.
I've got other tech from them too including ICE in a Subaru forester STI JDM from 2004 fitted with factory Panasonic unit etc and it's technology that is still being put in cars today but they were doing it well ahead of time.
Microwaves, landline phones also never let me down.
So I would much rather give up some of life's other luxuries and stick with technology I can trust.
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