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Hisense H50M3300 50" 4K SMART TV £369 / Hisense H55M3300 55" 4K SMART TV £459 (with code) @ AO
Hisense H50M3300 50" 4K SMART TV £369 / Hisense H55M3300 55" 4K SMART TV £459 (with code) @ AO

Hisense H50M3300 50" 4K SMART TV £369 / Hisense H55M3300 55" 4K SMART TV £459 (with code) @ AO

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Hi all,

Great spec for anyone looking a new 4k tv. Second cheapest price they have ever been.

Showing as £399 but seems you can get this TV down to £369 using code GET30.

I believe it was 359 a few weeks ago but that code has expired, this seems to be the cheapest today.

The Hisense H55M3300 can be had for £459 with GET40

1.1% quidco/topcashback available even with voucher

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Whats this tv like, I just want one for playing rocksmith on

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Mrepg

Whats this tv like, I just want one for playing rocksmith on



Don't have one but seems to be well reviewed by people on AO and Argos

jl do not price match ao

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caverncity

jl do not price match ao



Removed price match possibility, thought JL matched them

AO returns are atrocious arent they? Bordering illegal? Seem a few deals from these, but sure I read they are a nightmare with returns and argos not far behind them. Shame no price match option. Great deal though. Im going to get a 4k tv and put a nice gaming pc together.
Edited by: "Mrepg" 25th Dec 2016

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Mrepg

AO returns are atrocious arent they? Bordering illegal? Seem a few deals … AO returns are atrocious arent they? Bordering illegal? Seem a few deals from these, but sure I read they are a nightmare with returns and argos not far behind them. Shame no price match option. Great deal though. Im going to get a 4k tv and put a nice gaming pc together.



No idea what their returns are like, posted the deal based on this being the second cheapest price these TVs have ever been and are great spec for anyone looking a new 4k tv. Perhaps richersounds will price match, they charging £399 and £499 respectively

hitman2411

No idea what their returns are like, posted the deal based on this being … No idea what their returns are like, posted the deal based on this being the second cheapest price these TVs have ever been and are great spec for anyone looking a new 4k tv. Perhaps richersounds will price match, they charging £399 and £499 respectively



Yeah thanks for posting, its a stellar deal! I will try n pricematch richer

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Mrepg

Yeah thanks for posting, its a stellar deal! I will try n pricematch … Yeah thanks for posting, its a stellar deal! I will try n pricematch richer



Glad it helped, seems to be quite a lot of cold votes coming through. If they are cheaper elsewhere please say!

I got the 4K 55" curved M6600 for £459 from AO from the deal posted last week, very impressed.

hitman2411

Glad it helped, seems to be quite a lot of cold votes coming through. If … Glad it helped, seems to be quite a lot of cold votes coming through. If they are cheaper elsewhere please say!



I would not worry, I think this will get hot

i got the 50" the other day with my argos discount. Really impressed. Menus and stuff are quite basic(but i like this)and sd picture is a bit naff. the picture adjustment settings are very minimal too (compared to my 43"sony bravia anyways). With that being said the hd channels and 4k content is outstanding. i was blown away.
Just my 2 pence. Jingle Bells

need a smart tv for my kitchen and was holding out for the sales, ive got the 55inch in the playroom and xbox one looks really good in it. I was wondering whether it will get any cheaper

So for the price this is pretty decent?

Looking to upgrade from a 47" Samsung that's about 6 years old.

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danieltruman

So for the price this is pretty decent?Looking to upgrade from a 47" … So for the price this is pretty decent?Looking to upgrade from a 47" Samsung that's about 6 years old.



Yes they are supposed to be very good value for money

I have got one of these, as others have said the picture from the inbuilt Freeview HD is very, very good but SD pictures are poor.

I have also got a PS4 connected and have not had any problems with the picture.

Here is a photo of the television, my daughter was watching Beauty and The Beast on Blu Ray from my PS4.

http://i65.tinypic.com/2hnc310.jpg
Edited by: "fossman" 26th Dec 2016

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fossman

I have got one of these, as others have said the picture from the inbuilt … I have got one of these, as others have said the picture from the inbuilt Freeview HD is very, very good but SD pictures are poor.I have also got a PS4 connected and have not had any problems with the picture.Here is a photo of the television, my daughter was watching Beauty and The Beast on Blu Ray from my PS4.



Looks excellent!

This is actually the: HE50KEC315UWTS model is that right?

The model number listed by ao doesn't exist on hisense website

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danieltruman

This is actually the: HE50KEC315UWTS model is that right? The model … This is actually the: HE50KEC315UWTS model is that right? The model number listed by ao doesn't exist on hisense website



No this is H50M3300

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Anyone find out how long deliver is on this

danieltruman

This is actually the: HE50KEC315UWTS model is that right? The model … This is actually the: HE50KEC315UWTS model is that right? The model number listed by ao doesn't exist on hisense website



Of course it exists:

hisense.co.uk/ele…300

fossman

I have got one of these, as others have said the picture from the inbuilt … I have got one of these, as others have said the picture from the inbuilt Freeview HD is very, very good but SD pictures are poor.I have also got a PS4 connected and have not had any problems with the picture.Here is a photo of the television, my daughter was watching Beauty and The Beast on Blu Ray from my PS4.




But why buy a 4k set to view 1080p content? Could've paid less for a 1080p set and had the same picture. Unless you're actually planning on using it for 4k.

paulpso

But why buy a 4k set to view 1080p content? Could've paid less for a … But why buy a 4k set to view 1080p content? Could've paid less for a 1080p set and had the same picture. Unless you're actually planning on using it for 4k.



Unfortunately not all channels (none in fact) are broadcast in 4K yet so unless you plan on having a 50" set for SD / HD and one JUST for 4K sitting in your living room, you really are hoping the one you've bought for 4K will do a semi decent job of SD / HD as well....at least that's what I'm thinking.
Edited by: "SIB01" 27th Dec 2016

I was looking for a decent tv yesterday and came across this.

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/test-centre/digital-home/best-tv-2016-most-popular-tvs-uk-oct-3639791/

Wasn't looking for 4K but just a decent size smart tv and hisense came in at number 2 spot. Granted slightly smaller but still seems to get decent reviews.

Found it online with Debenhams plus for £349 free next day delivery and I was going to go for that as I'm hoping Debenhams have a decent return policy. Failing that you can spent an extra £20 and get from Amazon.

I'm no expert and this tv is for a spare sitting room when my kids take over my main tv but figured all those reviews on Amazon can't be wrong?

Majority of TV channels are still SD so i wouldn't buy a new telly that reduces quality?

8 bit - cold
10 bit - hot
But no info anywhere on what it is. So Im guessing 8?

paulpso

But why buy a 4k set to view 1080p content? Could've paid less for a … But why buy a 4k set to view 1080p content? Could've paid less for a 1080p set and had the same picture. Unless you're actually planning on using it for 4k.



Future-proofing would be one good reason, and when some 4K TVs like this are not costing much if any more than a 1080P set then why wouldn't you buy this instead..?
I can't remember the last time I watched an SD channel out of choice (why is local news still in SD..?!) and I'd expect more 4K (broadcast) content coming in 2017, I hope.

derekblankmccoy

8 bit - cold10 bit - hotBut no info anywhere on what it is. So Im … 8 bit - cold10 bit - hotBut no info anywhere on what it is. So Im guessing 8?



It's 8bit. The 10 bit panels are now listed as Ultra HD Premium. You won't see any 10 bit panels at this price range.

rickinyorkshire

It's 8bit. The 10 bit panels are now listed as Ultra HD Premium. You … It's 8bit. The 10 bit panels are now listed as Ultra HD Premium. You won't see any 10 bit panels at this price range.



Theres some 10 bit panels out there for just under £500, so its not unreasonable to expect a 10 bit panel at this price after Xmas. It would be a hell of a deal, but thats what this site is for after all....
Edited by: "derekblankmccoy" 28th Dec 2016

derekblankmccoy

Theres some 10 bit panels out there for just under £500, so its not … Theres some 10 bit panels out there for just under £500, so its not unreasonable to expect a 10 bit panel at this price after Xmas. It would be a hell of a deal, but thats what this site is for after all....



Which 10 bit panels for this price range?

Looking for a 50"+ 10 bit panel TV

John Lewis sell the 50" Hisense M5500 for £499, which is apparently a 10 bit panel.

There's also this TCL 50" 10 bit set for £485:
https://www.alza.co.uk/50-tcl-u50s7806s-d3962897.htm?catid=18854702

Normal price, so not worth putting up as a deal.

derekblankmccoy

8 bit - cold10 bit - hotBut no info anywhere on what it is. So Im … 8 bit - cold10 bit - hotBut no info anywhere on what it is. So Im guessing 8?


hisense don't do a 10 bit panel, regardless of what you read

TwistedNerve

hisense don't do a 10 bit panel, regardless of what you read


The 7000 range is 10 bit

lidds

The 7000 range is 10 bit



sorry to disagree, but they're 8+FRC
widely proven to be the case on many AV forums

Aren't the 7000 range still only 400nits brightness? Even if they had a ten bit panel hdr isn't going to be great.

Also are there any current AO codes available?

any easy ways to tune the chanels to the Astra Satellite? Pain in the hoop to set up and order chanels
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