Hisense H50M3300 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV - Black £399 @ AO
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Hisense H50M3300 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV - Black £399 @ AO

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Found 1st Jun 2016
Get ready for the Euro's. 50" 4k smart T.V from upcoming and official Euro 2016 manufacturer Hisense. Just £399.
Add collect old T.V to get a further £25 off. (Does not have to be in working order)
Voucher code GET30 brings another £30 off
Option of free delivery.
And finally, Topcashback is another 1.51% off
Cheapest anywhere on the internet.
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Specification

Product Detail

Dimensions (H)65.1 x (W)112.0 x (D)8.5
Brand Hisense
Colour Black
Category TVs
SKU H50M3300
TV Size Group Large 44 - 55 Inches
TV Weight 12.5 Kg
Width of Pedestal Stand / Distance between feet 92.3 cm
Product Overview

3D No
4K Ultra HD Yes
Audio Power 20 Watt
Connected Features No
Curved Design No
Energy Efficiency Class A
Internet Connection Built-in Wifi
Manufacturer Warranty 2 Year
Mini / Slim Wall Mount Supported No
Remote Control Standard Remote x 1
Resolution Type 4K Ultra HD
Screen Size 50 Inches
Screen Type LED
Series / Family M3300
Smart TV Yes
Stand Design 2 Feet design
Stand Type Static
Tuner Type Freeview HD
TV DVD Combi No
Ultra HD 4K Compatible Yes
USB Input 3
Vesa Wall Mount Size 200 x 200 mm
Vesa Wall Mount Supported Yes
Picture Technology

Film Picture Mode Yes
Game Picture Mode Yes
HDR (High Dynamic Range) No
Manufacture Motion Rate 800 Hz
Resolution Size 3840 x 2160
Sports Picture Mode Yes
Standard Refresh Rate 60 Hz
Viewing Angle 178/178 Degrees
Sound Technology

3D Sound No
Audio Processing Dolby MS10
Dolby Sound Technology Yes
Film Sound Mode Yes
Music Sound Mode Yes
Number of Internal Speakers 2
Connectivity

Aerial Input (RF) 1
Analog RCA L/R Audio Input 1
Analog RCA L/R Audio Output 0
Common Interface (CI) Yes
Component Video Input 1
Composite Video Input 1
Digital Coaxial Output 0
Digital Optical Output 1
Ethernet (LAN) Input Yes
HDMI ARC (Audio Return Channel) Yes
HDMI Input 4
Headphone Socket 1
MHL Compatible Yes
PC Audio Input 0
Satellite Input (LNB) 1
Scart Input 1
VGA Input 0
USB and Media

Container Formats AVI, MP4, MKV, TS, , FLV OGG,
HEVC / H.265 4K Codec Yes
Supported Audio Formats wma, wmv, mp4, FLAC, MP2, MP3
Supported Image Formats jpg, bmp, PNG, GIF, webp, mpo, jps, pns
Supported Video Formats AVI, WMV, MP4, MOV, 3GP, MKV, MPG, MPEG, VOB, RM, FLV, WebM, VRO, OGM,
USB 3.0 Yes
USB File System FAT 32/NTFS
USB Playback Movie, Music, Photo
USB Recording (DVR) Yes
Smart Technology

App / Portal Store Yes
Built-in Camera No
Motion Control No
Recommended Content No
Smart Phone / Tablet App Available Yes - Android only
Voice Control No
Web Applications Built-in Yes
Smart Services

All 4 No
Amazon Instant Video Yes
BBC iPlayer Yes
Demand 5 No
Facebook No
ITV Hub No
Netflix Yes
Now TV No
Other Smart Services Wuaki, Plex, Accuweather
Twitter No
Web Browsing Yes - Ready
Youtube Yes - Ready
Smart Info Providers reserve the right to remove apps from the Smart TV platform at any time without notice.
Wireless Connectivity

Google Cast No
Intel WiDi No
Miracast Yes
Multiroom Compatible No
NFC (Near Field Communication) No
WiFi Yes
WiFi Direct No
Wireless Soundbar Compatible (same brand only) No
System and Features

Annual Power Consumption 127 Kwh
Auto Power Off Yes
Auto Tuning Yes
Built-in Instruction Manual No
Built-in Tuners DVB-T2/C/S2
Digital Text Services Yes
DLNA Certified Yes
Energy Saving Mode No
EPG 7 Days
Number of Tuners Dual
On-mode Power Consumption 87 Watt
Parental Control Yes
Picture-in-Picture No
Processor Type Quad Core
Scroll Back Compatible EPG No
Scroll Back EPG 0 Days
Sleep Mode Yes
Standby Power Consumption 0.5 Watt
Timer Mode Yes
What's In The Box

Manual / Quick Guide Yes
Power Cable Yes
Remote Control Batteries AAA x 2
Stand and Fixings Yes
very good tv, great price
good find op, heat added
just bought the 55" version from ao for a little more. fantastic tv can't fault it
is the euro being aired as 4K? otherwise it's a bit pointless. heat on the price though.
This is the latest model that also supports HDR too
erm - spec says it's not HDR compliant.
Dont Richer Sounds price match and offer a 6 yr warranty? Plus check out AOs restock t&cs....
In case you are thinking you may return...
Here's some additional things you need to know

*If you've used the product

We're happy for you to unpack the item and inspect it properly, however, if you've used or installed it, we will only make a partial refund to cover the loss in value of the product. Please note, this could be up to 50% of the price of the item. Your refund will be made within 14 days of collection.

For this alone, regardless of price, it's a cold (for the retailer).
so with the code and the TV cashback, it's less than £350.
Not bad. Shame the 55" is out of stock
Agreed. Just checked RS and same price but no trade in and 6 yr warranty extra 40 quid...

In case you are thinking you may return...Here's some additional things … In case you are thinking you may return...Here's some additional things you need to know*If you've used the productWe're happy for you to unpack the item and inspect it properly, however, if you've used or installed it, we will only make a partial refund to cover the loss in value of the product. Please note, this could be up to 50% of the price of the item. Your refund will be made within 14 days of collection.For this alone, regardless of price, it's a cold (for the retailer).


That statement refers to the people who are like - "I don't like it after a month" or "ive seen a better deal after a week" people. The sale of goods act 1974 amended protects you from sale of goods that are defective and you would have no problems with AO getting replacements for faulty goods.

On another note I have just bought this TV from Richersounds for £418 for the 6yr guarantee. The picture quality is excellent, the OS is ok. Netflix is awesome, Amazon less so.
My only gripe with this telly is its built in anycast is not compatible with BT Sport app.

Well worth the money IMO
£399 at Richer Sounds with 6 year guarantee.

Euros will be aired in 4k. As seen advertised (I'm pretty sure I did anyway). If not, the TV will upscale anyway, so it'll still be clearer than other TVs.

If does have HDR. All the 2016 models are HDR according to richer sounds.
What is standard def tv like on this model?
Join the Richer Sounds VIP Club for a 6 year warranty on the majority of TV's

What is standard def tv like on this model?


Likely to be rubbish though judging by the number of 4K TV deals here surely no one watches SD these days. ;-)

That statement refers to the people who are like - "I don't like it … That statement refers to the people who are like - "I don't like it after a month" or "ive seen a better deal after a week" people. The sale of goods act 1974 amended protects you from sale of goods that are defective and you would have no problems with AO getting replacements for faulty goods.On another note I have just bought this TV from Richersounds for £418 for the 6yr guarantee. The picture quality is excellent, the OS is ok. Netflix is awesome, Amazon less so.My only gripe with this telly is its built in anycast is not compatible with BT Sport app.Well worth the money IMO


Like it or not, the statement applies to anyone that decides to return the goods after having switched on. I didn't mention returns due to faults as the restocking fee is not applicable in that case (the Consumer Act covers that-SoGA no longer applies).

Likely to be rubbish though judging by the number of 4K TV deals here … Likely to be rubbish though judging by the number of 4K TV deals here surely no one watches SD these days. ;-)


In all honesty I think the picture is fine, the thing you notice is the sound. When you switch between HD and SD channels there is a massive difference in sound. Picture quality as I say I think is acceptable.
By that I mean SD channels are very quiet and you have to turn the volume up a lot. Then you forget, go to HD channel and BOOM X) Ooops sleeping child upstairs no longer sleeping......
Good tvs. My brother got an earlier Hisense TV and the picture quality is great. Sound is not too good unless you have external speakers. My main gripe was the remote which is very plasticy with small buttons. Perhaps someone can comment on this the remote. On the plus side menus etc are pretty nice and well laid out. At this price its a great telly.

erm - spec says it's not HDR compliant.


It's written on the box it is
Edited by: "ashtad" 1st Jun 2016
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£399 at Richer Sounds with 6 year guarantee. Euros will be aired in 4k. … £399 at Richer Sounds with 6 year guarantee. Euros will be aired in 4k. As seen advertised (I'm pretty sure I did anyway). If not, the TV will upscale anyway, so it'll still be clearer than other TVs. If does have HDR. All the 2016 models are HDR according to richer sounds.


The Euros will not be aired in 4k. techradar.com/new…671
Glad you're all liking the deal.

Gr8t1 as you own this T.V is the picture good from the box? Or have you had to put your own user settings into it? Any help on this as mine gets delivered next week.

In case you are thinking you may return...Here's some additional things … In case you are thinking you may return...Here's some additional things you need to know*If you've used the productWe're happy for you to unpack the item and inspect it properly, however, if you've used or installed it, we will only make a partial refund to cover the loss in value of the product. Please note, this could be up to 50% of the price of the item. Your refund will be made within 14 days of collection.For this alone, regardless of price, it's a cold (for the retailer).



Totally agree .who defines if its classed as used when you notice half your refund missing .Definitely worth pay extra for warranty and better service at RS.

Glad you're all liking the deal. Gr8t1 as you own this T.V is the picture … Glad you're all liking the deal. Gr8t1 as you own this T.V is the picture good from the box? Or have you had to put your own user settings into it? Any help on this as mine gets delivered next week.



These are good, these are good. I've heard these are good. Nawty Nawty v Nawty.

That statement refers to the people who are like - "I don't like it … That statement refers to the people who are like - "I don't like it after a month" or "ive seen a better deal after a week" people. The sale of goods act 1974 amended protects you from sale of goods that are defective and you would have no problems with AO getting replacements for faulty goods.On another note I have just bought this TV from Richersounds for £418 for the 6yr guarantee. The picture quality is excellent, the OS is ok. Netflix is awesome, Amazon less so.My only gripe with this telly is its built in anycast is not compatible with BT Sport app.Well worth the money IMO



I speak from very recent experience. AO will make it as difficult as possible for you to return a set you're not 'happy' with - read DSE, poor sound, bad manufacturing quality etc .

In the first instance they'll try and involve the manufacturer in discussing your issue. Remember I'm not talking faults here (for that they want to send an engineer). They also consider switching the set on as 'use'.

AO is good for prices but in terms of returns, they're no Richer Sounds or Amazon.

I'll never use them again.
Edited by: "dantesfireplace" 1st Jun 2016
Register an account in AO , you will get £20 credit , beleive can be used with any purchases ?
Can I just say regarding returns.

Search through Google, they're one of their trusted sellers. If I'm not happy regarding any of AO's dealings I've to raise it with them, they them become an intermediary. This may help or not, unsure as I've never gone down that route yet.

Glad you're all liking the deal. Gr8t1 as you own this T.V is the picture … Glad you're all liking the deal. Gr8t1 as you own this T.V is the picture good from the box? Or have you had to put your own user settings into it? Any help on this as mine gets delivered next week.


I found the saturation too high, its set at 50, I changed that to 40. I haven't watched any sport yet for all these motion features so haven't had a reason to alter them, I think there is another post on here recently where someone has some more recommended settings.

I found the saturation too high, its set at 50, I changed that to 40. I … I found the saturation too high, its set at 50, I changed that to 40. I haven't watched any sport yet for all these motion features so haven't had a reason to alter them, I think there is another post on here recently where someone has some more recommended settings.


Nice one. Thanks for the reply. I'll have a look round as there doesn't seem to be many reviews about at the moment.
Anyone know what the next model up from this is going to be? I think it used to be the k700?
does anyone know if 55 inch model be back in stock with ao?
Anyone tested the Black levels at 4K 60Hz?

Anyone know what the next model up from this is going to be? I think it … Anyone know what the next model up from this is going to be? I think it used to be the k700?



M7000

Due out any day now.
Call me stupid but surely it makes more sense to go for a similar deal on a more established brand eg
hotukdeals.com/dea…681

Call me stupid but surely it makes more sense to go for a similar deal on … Call me stupid but surely it makes more sense to go for a similar deal on a more established brand eghttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-tx-48cx400b-48-inch-smart-tv-with-wifi-built-ultra-hd-4k-led-tv-with-freeview-2438681


You're stupid. ;-) Easy mistake, that Panasonic is a Vestel designed and manufactured set with a Panasonic badge stuck on. Big brands are using these (underhand IMO) tactics to lure unsuspecting buyers. I'd take the Hisense, albeit from RS as the restocking fees at AO are outrageous.
Edited by: "damadgeruk" 1st Jun 2016
Certainly a good TV, however not sure I would spend any money on 'minor' makers; I invested in a seiki 4k and regretted it, I am not saying they are useless and poorly built, I am just saying that I went on amazon and got a Sony kd49x8305 which was very good, another world really, I just paid £470 delivered next day from amazon warehouse and it was new, however I realised there was a display defect and replaced it with a LG 49uf675v which was £330.....I now monitor amazon warehouse on a daily basis for bargains as I would no longer invest in 'cheaper' tech labels. You will definetely notice a massive difference in build quality and performance by buying the well known LG, Sony, Samsung, Panasonic etc.....just an advice not criticising at all....as I am not asking people to spend way more money to get a good tv, I paid less really....

Certainly a good TV, however not sure I would spend any money on 'minor' … Certainly a good TV, however not sure I would spend any money on 'minor' makers; I invested in a seiki 4k and regretted it, I am not saying they are useless and poorly built, I am just saying that I went on amazon and got a Sony kd49x8305 which was very good, another world really, I just paid £470 delivered next day from amazon warehouse and it was new, however I realised there was a display defect and replaced it with a LG 49uf675v which was £330.....I now monitor amazon warehouse on a daily basis for bargains as I would no longer invest in 'cheaper' tech labels. You will definetely notice a massive difference in build quality and performance by buying the well known LG, Sony, Samsung, Panasonic etc.....just an advice not criticising at all....as I am not asking people to spend way more money to get a good tv, I paid less really....



Whilst I do agree with what you are saying I'm not sure it's right to say Hisense are minor players. They are a pretty big company but are just not as well known this side of the pond yet. I wouldn't put them in the same league as Panasonic or Sony but they are definitely not in the same league as Seiki, JVC, Techwood etc
2015

M7000 Due out any day now.



Thanks couldn't see it myself

Whilst I do agree with what you are saying I'm not sure it's right to say … Whilst I do agree with what you are saying I'm not sure it's right to say Hisense are minor players. They are a pretty big company but are just not as well known this side of the pond yet. I wouldn't put them in the same league as Panasonic or Sony but they are definitely not in the same league as Seiki, JVC, Techwood etc



agree 100% however please note that Seiki are also big players in Asia....still no comparison with the mais tech makers, I have been really impressed by Sony, really loved the android os and build quality, the frame/bezel is made of metal and the sound is excellent (just need a tv subwoofer), I saw recently a 55 inch hisense (believe m3300 or similar) and was really impressed, but still.....for what I paid for a LG/Sony 4k, it just feels such a massive bargain compared to spending 400 on a hisense....suppose it would be the same when I had to choose between a cheap new car and my second hand alfa giulietta 2.0 170bhp......same money as a Dacia....or anything 'cheaper'...I suppose it gets you much more for the same or less....my Tv is second hand, however it is NEW....openbox...people who buy things they cannot afford and then return...who knows.
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