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Hisense H50B7300UK 50" Smart 4K HDR LED TV - Black - £285 @ Argos / eBay
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Hisense H50B7300UK 50" Smart 4K HDR LED TV - Black - £285 @ Argos / eBay

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Refreshed 16th Dec 2019 (Posted 15th Dec 2019)

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See every detail in stunning 4K HDR with the Hisense B7300. 4K UHD offers 4x more pixels than Full HD whilst HDR makes blacks darker, whites brighter and enhances contrast. With an intuitive VIDAA U 3.0 Smart TV OS it's never been simpler to access entertainment from Netflix and Prime Video. Freeview Play also lets you catch up on your favourite shows on BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5, and UKTV Play.

4K HDR With 4x more pixels than Full HD, Hisense's 4K UHD resolution provides a pin-sharp picture with beautifully natural motion and incredible detail. Adding HDR dramtically enhances detail by maximising contrast and colour accuracy.
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For £20 more you can get the 55" version from Costco - £319.99 offer price from 16/12
Plus it comes with the Costco 5 year guarantee, have used for other products in the pasts and Costco customer service has been excellent

See this deal posted a few days ago hotukdeals.com/dea…977

Worth imo even if you need to purchase a costco membership, esp for the 5 yr guarantee
I bought this TV for my grandad about 6 weeks ago for £270 on a argos/ebay deal. I really can't fault it for the price, it has all the smart apps, including amazon. So i paired it with our Alexa/prime account and I can now turn the TV over for him when he's having problems with the remote, even though he's 30 miles away. Result!!!
50 inch for 300 that's a still 🤑
I'm by no means a t.v snob and quite often get a lot of my research and info from fellow members on here but I would strongly advise anyone considering a Hisense go to your local Currys and just have a look at one side by side with some of the other brands. I was on the verge of buying one earlier this year that was posted on hukd, had all the bells and whistles on paper like this one and went hot very quickly. I thought it would be a good idea to see if I could find one locally to check out in person before making such a big purchase (I think at the time the one quoted was around £400) and a few other members were warning to check them in person first.
I'm so glad they gave that advice as when I saw them in the shop the picture was absolutely awful compared to the other brands around them. Even the Panasonics looked better. As I say, I don't wish to come across as an ar$e but please do view one in person where possible side by side with another t.v to check you're happy with what you're getting.
They may have improved massively in the last few months but always worth that extra day doing your research before committing
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Not a bad price but only 2 year warranty
50 inch for 300 that's a still 🤑
Had one of these for 3 months,no complaints with it except the sound,slightly muffled, not up to perfect.Soundbar here I come,otherwise very good. 🔥
was posted yesyerday
That's a pretty good deal is it not?!?!?
Nice one
For £20 more you can get the 55" version from Costco - £319.99 offer price from 16/12
Plus it comes with the Costco 5 year guarantee, have used for other products in the pasts and Costco customer service has been excellent

See this deal posted a few days ago hotukdeals.com/dea…977

Worth imo even if you need to purchase a costco membership, esp for the 5 yr guarantee
I cant seem to find any reviews on this model. Im guessing at this price point its not going to have all the HDR1000 bells and whistles?
FrugalFergal16/12/2019 10:37

I cant seem to find any reviews on this model. Im guessing at this price …I cant seem to find any reviews on this model. Im guessing at this price point its not going to have all the HDR1000 bells and whistles?




displayspecifications.com/en/…9b2

Apparently HDR10, HDR10+, HLG
Got the 65" from Costco, 479 last Fri
Edited by: "LBPMAN1" 16th Dec 2019
LBPMAN116/12/2019 12:01

https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/98d419b2Apparently HDR10, …https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/98d419b2Apparently HDR10, HDR10+, HLGGot the 65" from Costco, 479 last Fri


Thanks for the reply but Im not it has everything. I have a high end Samsung that is Ultra Premium HDR and it cost thousands. I dont think this tech is cheap enough to include in a £300 TV as nice as it would be. HDR10+ is just Samsungs version of Dolby Vision from what I understand. Im sure this a nice TV but I still dont know what tech it really has with all this confusing marketing that samsung especially uses
FrugalFergal16/12/2019 12:52

Thanks for the reply but Im not it has everything. I have a high end …Thanks for the reply but Im not it has everything. I have a high end Samsung that is Ultra Premium HDR and it cost thousands. I dont think this tech is cheap enough to include in a £300 TV as nice as it would be. HDR10+ is just Samsungs version of Dolby Vision from what I understand. Im sure this a nice TV but I still dont know what tech it really has with all this confusing marketing that samsung especially uses


Hmm, didn't know that about HDR10+ learning so much over the past week, been a pain finding a decent tv given so much choice, just checked HiSense website, here's what came up for this model:

hisense.co.uk/tvs…00/

"Hisense HDR supports HDR 10 (the current industry standard for High Dynamic Range in consumer televisions) and HLG formats."
LBPMAN116/12/2019 13:13

Hmm, didn't know that about HDR10+ learning so much over the past week, …Hmm, didn't know that about HDR10+ learning so much over the past week, been a pain finding a decent tv given so much choice, just checked HiSense website, here's what came up for this model:https://hisense.co.uk/tvs/all-tvs/b7300/"Hisense HDR supports HDR 10 (the current industry standard for High Dynamic Range in consumer televisions) and HLG formats."


When I bought my expensive telly 2yrs ago I did a huge amount of research but im almost completely out of the loop on new jargon and TVs. I'm looking for a bedroom TV so dont need any of the ultra high end funky stuff. Thing like HDR10/10+/Dolby Vision means the TV can read HDR signals but it might not have the hardware to fully display that tech. January/February is when the 2020 TVs will be out so the price of 2019 TVs should drop across the board but if you do need to buy this side of Christmas this seems like one of the best 50inch TVs you can currently buy.
FrugalFergal16/12/2019 13:35

When I bought my expensive telly 2yrs ago I did a huge amount of research …When I bought my expensive telly 2yrs ago I did a huge amount of research but im almost completely out of the loop on new jargon and TVs. I'm looking for a bedroom TV so dont need any of the ultra high end funky stuff. Thing like HDR10/10+/Dolby Vision means the TV can read HDR signals but it might not have the hardware to fully display that tech. January/February is when the 2020 TVs will be out so the price of 2019 TVs should drop across the board but if you do need to buy this side of Christmas this seems like one of the best 50inch TVs you can currently buy.


Yep, really needed one ASAP, so I just went for the 65" version of this from costco at 479, There is a panasonic (non vestel) which is really good value at 640, 58", apparently an excellent tv (i.e. can probably actually use HDR).

Yep, a lot of these HDR tv's can't actually use it, they need a special type of dimming capability
Gussy_Fink_Nottle15/12/2019 23:05

Had one of these for 3 months,no complaints with it except the …Had one of these for 3 months,no complaints with it except the sound,slightly muffled, not up to perfect.Soundbar here I come,otherwise very good. 🔥


is it bright enough? Bright whites, Black Blacks?Cheers
Mabbs16/12/2019 15:23

is it bright enough? Bright whites, Black Blacks?Cheers


Yeah that's the main thing on cheaper build TV's, especially the Black Blacks and not greyish with light bleed into the black.
I would also be interested to know on this TV.
What's the difference between this and the 7500
Martin.Butler16/12/2019 16:51

What's the difference between this and the 7500


If it helps here is a direct spec comparison

displayspecifications.com/en/…540

From quick look it appears on paper specs that the Sound is better, there are a few Network features extra like Bluetooth and Wifi Direct, and a slightly better color reproduction (im guessing the picture quality is slightly better but probably only incerementaly).
jamadaia16/12/2019 18:04

If it helps here is a direct spec …If it helps here is a direct spec comparisonhttps://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/3ef1b3540From quick look it appears on paper specs that the Sound is better, there are a few Network features extra like Bluetooth and Wifi Direct, and a slightly better color reproduction (im guessing the picture quality is slightly better but probably only incerementaly).


Looks mostly cosmetic differences.
Anybody know if this good for gaming i.e. low lag
owllee16/12/2019 18:41

Anybody know if this good for gaming i.e. low lag


keen to know this too
Arto15/12/2019 21:50

Not a bad price but only 2 year warranty


Hisense will break in 2 years time that's why
Hisense have double Samsungs confidence in their products - Samsung warranty is only 1 year!!
Excellent price.
I bought this TV for my grandad about 6 weeks ago for £270 on a argos/ebay deal. I really can't fault it for the price, it has all the smart apps, including amazon. So i paired it with our Alexa/prime account and I can now turn the TV over for him when he's having problems with the remote, even though he's 30 miles away. Result!!!
Gussy_Fink_Nottle15/12/2019 23:05

Had one of these for 3 months,no complaints with it except the …Had one of these for 3 months,no complaints with it except the sound,slightly muffled, not up to perfect.Soundbar here I come,otherwise very good. 🔥


hey they should put Bluetooth on it so we can use Bluetooth speakers with it
LOL the 55" 7500 version was £325 yet this is hot
Bargain.
jonathan.sandland16/12/2019 23:45

Love the profile pic


Not been told before. In all my life of using it on eBay and HUKD.

Finally, thanks for that.
And people still say 270 is a bargain for a full hd tv thats smaller than this, they dont know what they are missing lol
Dillz_16/12/2019 23:46

Not been told before. In all my life of using it on eBay and HUKD.Finally, …Not been told before. In all my life of using it on eBay and HUKD.Finally, thanks for that.


no problem
londonguy16/12/2019 23:35

LOL the 55" 7500 version was £325 yet this is hot


You have a strange sense of humour
londonguy16/12/2019 23:35

LOL the 55" 7500 version was £325 yet this is hot


It was the 55 7300 and only £314 10% off the price that day.
Can you sideload apks or mirror your phone on this TV? I know it's difficult or next to impossible on Samsung's so only wondering
Hkd_fan17/12/2019 00:59

Can you sideload apks or mirror your phone on this TV? I know it's …Can you sideload apks or mirror your phone on this TV? I know it's difficult or next to impossible on Samsung's so only wondering


It doesn't run Android.
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