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HISENSE H50B7300UK 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV - £299 @ Amazon (43 inch £249)
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HISENSE H50B7300UK 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV - £299 @ Amazon (43 inch £249)

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Posted 14th MayEdited by:"apur32"
43 inch 4K TV for £249

  • 4K Resolution With 4x more pixels than traditional Full HD Hisense’s 4K Ultra HD resolution is the benchmark for stunningly realistic picture quality and pin-sharp clarity
  • HDR TECHNOLOGYHDR dramatically enhances detail by maximising contrast and colour accuracy for more true-to-life colours and amazing levels of clarity The detail in the darkest areas of a picture aren't lost
  • DTS Studio SoundVolume Levelling Bass Enhancement Speaker EQ and Dialog Enhancement technology work hand-in-hand for the ultimate audio experience
  • VIDAA U 3 0 Smart TV - access Netflix Prime Video YouTube Freeview Play and more
  • Freeview Play - catch up on the last 7 days via BBC iPlayer ITV Hub All 4 Demand 5 and UKTV Play
  • Alexa control via mobile device - Download Remote Now App
  • Includes 2 years UK manufacturer
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Nice price!
Great tv, bought my daughter this tv for Xmas and it was about £30 more and for the money I'm amazed the picture is very good and in 4k. For the money there's nothing to touch it it even has plex built in which is great for streaming no extra boxes or sticks needed.
Good price this
polly6914/05/2020 13:17

Great tv, bought my daughter this tv for Xmas and it was about £30 more …Great tv, bought my daughter this tv for Xmas and it was about £30 more and for the money I'm amazed the picture is very good and in 4k. For the money there's nothing to touch it it even has plex built in which is great for streaming no extra boxes or sticks needed.


What size would you recommend for our living room TV I also play PS4 on it.
james.marshallRG814/05/2020 13:19

What size would you recommend for our living room TV I also play PS4 on it.


Depends what you play on the ps4.. the input lag here is around 50ms which is quite high. This is a cheap TV so it doesnt really matter though
james.marshallRG814/05/2020 13:19

What size would you recommend for our living room TV I also play PS4 on it.


It's got to be a 65 inch, until last year I had 55s and last year I made the jump from my 55 inch oled to a 65 inch and now after having it I'd never go back. With tvs being so cheap now you can buy a good 65inch tv for £600 and I belive the 65inch of this is £450 so I'd grab that. Like I said I'm very impressed with this set for the money and a 65inch for gaming in the lounge is great I have a ps4 pro and a Xbox-One X and I love playing them on a big tv.
mark07714/05/2020 13:26

Depends what you play on the ps4.. the input lag here is around 50ms which …Depends what you play on the ps4.. the input lag here is around 50ms which is quite high. This is a cheap TV so it doesnt really matter though


Unless your a professional gamer you'd never know.
james.marshallRG814/05/2020 13:19

What size would you recommend for our living room TV I also play PS4 on it.


50" id go for.
mark07714/05/2020 13:26

Depends what you play on the ps4.. the input lag here is around 50ms which …Depends what you play on the ps4.. the input lag here is around 50ms which is quite high. This is a cheap TV so it doesnt really matter though


Mainly warzone at the moment
Added heat, thanks Apur
Need help guys need a 4k TV max size 32inch , finding it difficult to get one
Tannybash14/05/2020 13:51

Need help guys need a 4k TV max size 32inch , finding it difficult to get …Need help guys need a 4k TV max size 32inch , finding it difficult to get one




I don't think they do 4k TV's @ 32inch - maybe a monitor?
Do not deliver to n.ireland 😪😪😪
I'm in the market for a budget 43" 4K Smart TV to replace an old LG 32" in our family room. Do people think this would be a better option over the HiSense R43B7120UK with Roku built in or the LG 43UM7450 with Magic Remote from Currys for £298?
Edited by: "papekani" 14th May
I've seen comments elsewhere deriding this brand for its low nits in brightness rendering its HDR capabilities almost zero. And other comments hailing HiSense as one of the better brands. Hard to know what's the consensus
papekani14/05/2020 14:36

I'm in the market for a budget 43" 4K Smart TV to replace an old LG 32" in …I'm in the market for a budget 43" 4K Smart TV to replace an old LG 32" in our family room. Do people think this would be a better option over the HiSense R43B7120UK with Roku built in or the LG 43UM7450 with Magic Remote from Currys for £298?


Does this help?
avforums.com/thr…70/

I've been looking to get 3 TV's, and have so far bought an LG 49UM7400. Very happy with it (got it for £275 via the 20% off code on ebay a couple of weeks ago).
papekani14/05/2020 14:36

I'm in the market for a budget 43" 4K Smart TV to replace an old LG 32" in …I'm in the market for a budget 43" 4K Smart TV to replace an old LG 32" in our family room. Do people think this would be a better option over the HiSense R43B7120UK with Roku built in or the LG 43UM7450 with Magic Remote from Currys for £298?


I'd get the LG if I was buying!
Ukguy10114/05/2020 15:32

I'd get the LG if I was buying!


Thanks. I have been leaning towards the LG for WebOS, but keep flip-flopping because the 7450 seems to be a Currys exclusive.
papekani14/05/2020 15:33

Thanks. I have been leaning towards the LG for WebOS, but keep …Thanks. I have been leaning towards the LG for WebOS, but keep flip-flopping because the 7450 seems to be a Currys exclusive.


When Currys last was open I looked at LG & Samsung I thought the LG had more pop to the picture the only other tv for £300 this week I'd consider is a 58" Hitachi very well reviewed in Argos !
james.marshallRG814/05/2020 13:19

What size would you recommend for our living room TV I also play PS4 on it.


There is a Hitachi 58" in Argos £ 299 people very pleased with it
Ukguy10114/05/2020 15:41

When Currys last was open I looked at LG & Samsung I thought the LG had …When Currys last was open I looked at LG & Samsung I thought the LG had more pop to the picture the only other tv for £300 this week I'd consider is a 58" Hitachi very well reviewed in Argos !


Thanks. 58" would be too big for our room, so the LG looks like the best option.
polly6914/05/2020 13:27

Unless your a professional gamer you'd never know.


Even my granda would notice 50ms
Mark72714/05/2020 19:22

Even my granda would notice 50ms


The average home gamer wouldn't notice at all the only time Ms come into it is if you play stuff like call of duty professionaly where that's the difference between being shot in the head or not and I very much doubt you would notice because 50ms is a tiny tiny amount of time. That's the problem on here people rubbishing tvs and monitors because of input lag when most wouldn't have a clue about It, if this tv said 1ms response time you would say it's great and you would get it home and play your console on it none the wiser that it's 50ms. It's all bs this tv would be absolutely fine for most home gamers and they would be happy, also remember it's a cheap tv with a decent picture and spec what do you want for £300 some people are never happy and complain about anything. If it were a £600 gaming monitor then it would be different not everyone has £2000 for a tv.
polly6915/05/2020 05:11

The average home gamer wouldn't notice at all the only time Ms come into …The average home gamer wouldn't notice at all the only time Ms come into it is if you play stuff like call of duty professionaly where that's the difference between being shot in the head or not and I very much doubt you would notice because 50ms is a tiny tiny amount of time. That's the problem on here people rubbishing tvs and monitors because of input lag when most wouldn't have a clue about It, if this tv said 1ms response time you would say it's great and you would get it home and play your console on it none the wiser that it's 50ms. It's all bs this tv would be absolutely fine for most home gamers and they would be happy, also remember it's a cheap tv with a decent picture and spec what do you want for £300 some people are never happy and complain about anything. If it were a £600 gaming monitor then it would be different not everyone has £2000 for a tv.


I'm not saying it wouldn't be fine for most people but you certainly wouldn't need to be a professional in any way to notice 50ms.
the 7100 model is exactly the same as the 7300 spec wise (just a different stand and bezel) and is the same price, but comes with a 6 year warranty

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Which is better LCD or Led? This has VIDAA U 3 0 Smart TV OS is this a version of android, can you install any apps you want, even if they're not from Google play?
Strange as Hisense are meant to be Roku app included its all over Roku website
Whats the sound like from this? Thanks
Great tv and great price. Minor issue with my 2019 model is that the amazon app is ultra slow navigating between movies and options. No idea what happened but never been able to sort it. Just plugged in a firestick instead and its much quicker
devs19/05/2020 18:33

Whats the sound like from this? Thanks


Sound is actually very good with my 5700 model...was going to buy a soundbar but didn't need to bother
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