Hisense H50N6800 ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 50" with Freeview Play, Dark Grey - £439 with code / £442.99 inc delivery @ Co-Op Electrical
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Hisense H50N6800 ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 50" with Freeview Play, Dark Grey - £439 with code / £442.99 inc delivery @ Co-Op Electrical

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Found 16th Apr
Use code SP60 to save £60 on this Hisense H50N6800 ULED HDR 4K TV Bask in the rich and ravishing advanced image quality of the 4K HDR image on a ULED screen. Hyper-detailed 4K resolution combines with colour and contrast expanding HDR, boosted by a visual depth only possible with a Local Dimming back-light, for an incredibly realistic picture. The quad-core smart platform opens up a world of online apps and streaming services, while built-in Freeview HD offers all your favourite channels, with the Freeview Play catch-up service available soon. With a full complement of connections, the N6800 is the complete entertainment package, with staggering picture quality.
Delightful ULED Back-Light
A ULED (Ultra LED) screen delivers a wealth of additional TV tech that goes beyond the 4K UHD package. Local Dimming dims specific areas of the panel to deliver better blacks and unbelievable picture depth. Free 2 Year warranty
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Is this hisense's top 4k model?
hadouken88815 m ago

Is this hisense's top 4k model?


In 50 inch yes.there is a Higher model 8700 which only comes in 55 and 65 inch also 9700 which is only available in 70 inch
Cracking price. Think this was £499 just the other day. I attempted to get John Lewis to price match but they wouldn't.
You can also add the optional 3 year warranty which would give you five years peace of mind. £481.43
Can't be too far off a new Hisense range. These don't review well enough to make me bite, even for this price.
I've just purchased. Been looking hard for a tv for weeks. You'll find bad stories about all models if you look hard enough. I studied this one on Avforums and I'm happy to take the chance.Thanks to the OP. Fingers crossed I get a good one
blueherring11 m ago

Can't be too far off a new Hisense range. These don't review well enough …Can't be too far off a new Hisense range. These don't review well enough to make me bite, even for this price.



Reviews are solid enough. I got a bad one though, very bad avforums.com/thr…e-6
I just meant the underwhelming HDR and slightly off colour reproduction mentioned in the reviews. That backlight bleed is horrendous.
Richer Sounds has this same tv for a little bit more at £499, but it does come with a 6 year warranty.
Only if you join the free vip club.
kharma4539 m ago

Reviews are solid enough. I got a bad one though, very bad …Reviews are solid enough. I got a bad one though, very bad https://www.avforums.com/threads/hisense-h50n6800-owners-thread.2110977/page-6#post-2581646


This isn't the exact thread i was reading on avforums! Well I'm hoping that there are more good panels out there than bad.
COSTCO have this set on for £419 inc. VAT and a 5 Year Warranty of your a member. Plenty in the Oldham store. I got one and it's really impressive. I'm normally a badge buyer.
firstie45 m ago

COSTCO have this set on for £419 inc. VAT and a 5 Year Warranty of your a …COSTCO have this set on for £419 inc. VAT and a 5 Year Warranty of your a member. Plenty in the Oldham store. I got one and it's really impressive. I'm normally a badge buyer.


Wow!
firstie56 m ago

COSTCO have this set on for £419 inc. VAT and a 5 Year Warranty of your a …COSTCO have this set on for £419 inc. VAT and a 5 Year Warranty of your a member. Plenty in the Oldham store. I got one and it's really impressive. I'm normally a badge buyer.


If they have these in Aberdeen then I may have to cancel this order. I know prices always go down but that's just too much of a saving.
Ricdan17 m ago

If they have these in Aberdeen then I may have to cancel this order. I …If they have these in Aberdeen then I may have to cancel this order. I know prices always go down but that's just too much of a saving.


None in Aberdeen. Time to leave this thread before I start kicking myself.
I found trying to get advice for TVs on here is a vicious circle. I ended up buying 2 Hisense TVs in the past 4 months. A 55" 4k and a smaller 1080p one for the kids, both are amazing for the price. The only complaint I have about them, are the apps, they are pretty crap. Easily resolved with a firestick though. Got a 6 year warranty with richer sounds too. If your a TV geek then you'll probably find faults with every TV that's posted on here, for people who want a good TV for the price, they are well worth the money.
Code not working now
FYI - for those looking for a larger size, Richer Sounds has the 75" at £1499 (same N6800 range).
mmmm SP60 code doesnt work, has it changhed?
darthvader666uk22 m ago

mmmm SP60 code doesnt work, has it changhed?


Expired I assume, will have to wait for another deal :-(
darthvader666uk36 m ago

mmmm SP60 code doesnt work, has it changhed?


CP30 Works
Does anyone have the dimensions of the stand?
Woolman881 h, 3 m ago

Does anyone have the dimensions of the stand?

Dimensions (With Stand) (W X H X D)
1119 x 697 x 229 mm
Dimensions (Without Stand) (W X H X D)
1119 x 647 x 58 mm
Distance Between Two Feet on Stand
970mm
boonkoh17th Apr

FYI - for those looking for a larger size, Richer Sounds has the 75" at …FYI - for those looking for a larger size, Richer Sounds has the 75" at £1499 (same N6800 range).


I was going to spend £2550 on the outgoing 2017 Sony 75" Ex9005 however, having had a 55" Hisense Curved tv from a few years ago and having had no issues whatsoever and very good picture quality, I might go for the 6800 at least until oled become affordable in a few years with screen burn issues sorted.
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