Hisense H50M3300 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV  £379.00  ao.com with code
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Hisense H50M3300 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV £379.00 ao.com with code

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55 inch for 450£ (_;)

lolenas

55 inch for 450£ (_;)



Reviews don't seem as good for the 55"....?

thanks, ordered

Ive got this tv its a bargain at this price £479 in argos awesome picture great with Xbox one s

Mook39

Ive got this tv its a bargain at this price £479 in argos awesome picture … Ive got this tv its a bargain at this price £479 in argos awesome picture great with Xbox one s



+1, I got mine last year for a similar price to this, 4k video via amazon prime / YouTube is very good, I'm thinking of getting a Xbox One S for UHD bluray

How long is the warranty on this?
Would it not be more cost effective to pay £450 at richer sounds and get the 6 year warranty?

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jh787

How long is the warranty on this?Would it not be more cost effective to … How long is the warranty on this?Would it not be more cost effective to pay £450 at richer sounds and get the 6 year warranty?


2 years... in store only deal at richersounds

pavel76

2 years... in store only deal at richersounds


AAh ....OK.
I think I'll go for this then

Was tempted as have an extra 20 quid off after buying dishwasher recently - but looks like you cant use if using the weekend50 code too :-(

Any good on the Playstation/Xbox ?

Good price this

I hear it's laggy for gaming. Or you have to set it to "gaming mode" which makes me wonder why it's not set to that all the time. What's the trade off?

Also, there a high risk of dead pixels as AO are supposed to be a pain to return to once box is opened.

Thanks in advance.

i have had this tv since last november plays ps4 in hdr mode via hdmi socket 4...needs latest ota upgrade to do so..also has freesat hd aswell as freeview...hunt round for picture setups on forums a blistering set....

pavel76

2 years... in store only deal at richersounds


2 years when you register with hisens website

d_struct

Reviews don't seem as good for the 55"....?



It's the same model TV, just 55" instead of 50".
I have the 55" and it's amazing for the price. Very well built and an excellent picture on all inputs.
However, not a very good viewing angle. Off centre and the picture gets just a little 'washed out' .


Edited by: "sb1970" 4th Mar

Banned

£386 in argos click n collect

any idea what forums for the picture set ups

discoman2016

£386 in argos click n collect



Got a link to that as i see it for £429

agodin

Got a link to that as i see it for £429




Use tv10 code but you need to pay fast track
Edited by: "Pr3d" 4th Mar

Pr3d

Use tv10 code but you need to pay fast track


Could I quote that at the till?

Reason for asking is I have £300 in vouchers I need to use up.

I bought one in the black Friday sale, excellent for ps4 and PC gaming.
Use this as my primary pc monitor, dont do much FPS gaming however fine in fallout 4, far cry primal and gtav.
Edited by: "lothburn" 4th Mar

Just ordered 55" one cheers!

smegio

Could I quote that at the till?


Did you try quoting the code at the till?

Banned

hotukdeals.com/dea…677 click and collect 50 inch or 55inch
Edited by: "discoman2016" 4th Mar

I got this TV last summer (for almost this price) and I LOVE it (this 50 inch version). 4K looks GREAT (BT Ultra HD footie), Amazon Fire TV (4K Grand Tour looks amazing), HD movies look great, PS4 is incredible... the TV has no issues keeping up. The menus are simple (just the way I like it) and overall I'm super happy with the purchase. Viewing angles would be the only downside of this TV but I'm usually in front of it when watching so not such a big deal. Really good purchase.
Edited by: "iRomek" 4th Mar

Can anyone explain the reason for the higher heat on this when compared to the 49" Panasonic with HDR and Ambilight at Argos for £386?

Edit: Seems from comments/reviews elsewhere that an OTA update gives this HDR capability - can anyone comment?
Edited by: "rubixqubed" 4th Mar

rubixqubed

Can anyone explain the reason for the higher heat on this when compared … Can anyone explain the reason for the higher heat on this when compared to the 49" Panasonic with HDR and Ambilight at Argos for £386?Edit: Seems from comments/reviews elsewhere that an OTA update gives this HDR capability - can anyone comment?


Perhaps it is because it is a slightly larger TV for slightly less money? I don't know about either set, but I'd have thought the answer was self-evident :-)

Didn't buy it in the end, bought this using that tv10 code so got it for 584.10.
argos.co.uk/pro…253

jh787

Did you try quoting the code at the till?


Staff instore couldn't get it to work, they claim it shouldn't be online either now.

Seems to be OOS

smegio

Staff instore couldn't get it to work, they claim it shouldn't be online … Staff instore couldn't get it to work, they claim it shouldn't be online either now.


I went and they tried for me too but to no avail

I have this TV and for the price, seriously, you can't go wrong. I paid around £360 for mine from AO.com last year, an unbelievable deal. It does 4k YouTube and Netflix very well, but the HDR as I'm sure has been mentioned, isn't 'proper' HDR as its an 8-Bit panel and doesn't get bright enough. For most people's basic needs though and to take your first steps into 4k, I would highly recommend it and I haven't seen it at this sort of price for a while.

Cant seem to find the one posted must have sold out. What is the difference between that an the Hisense H49M3000 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV

JoelMc5

Cant seem to find the one posted must have sold out. What is the … Cant seem to find the one posted must have sold out. What is the difference between that an the Hisense H49M3000 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV


50" not available until 29th March

Ordered this for delivery tomorrow a few hours ago so worth checking stock regularly. Don't forget TopCashback too

Messiah

I hear it's laggy for gaming. Or you have to set it to "gaming mode" … I hear it's laggy for gaming. Or you have to set it to "gaming mode" which makes me wonder why it's not set to that all the time. What's the trade off? Also, there a high risk of dead pixels as AO are supposed to be a pain to return to once box is opened. Thanks in advance.


According to av forum users it suffers from judder and motion blur during gaming which can be reduced turning certain settings on and off but then you lose picture quality

Edited by: "kaiser051" 6th Mar

using it for past 4 months and its brilliant...

Expired now back in stock!

JoelMc5

Expired now back in stock!



I'n guessing the code was only for the weekend though...
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