Hisense H55M3300 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV £449.10 with code at AO
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Hisense H55M3300 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV £449.10 with code at AO

£449.10
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Found 3rd Dec 2016Made hot 3rd Dec 2016
Use code LARGESCREEN10 for 10% off.

Credit to frank30uk for the 50" deal.

Certified 4K Ultra HD with 4K upscaling Smart TV

- catch up, movies, & moreFreeview HD - 60 free channels including 12 in HD

- 4 HDMI ports for consoles and Blu-ray players3 USB ports

- get content from USB drives

33 Comments

no HDR.

no HDR

mhance1

no HDR



You sure?

I've got the 50" version of this and there's a firmware upgrade to change 2 of the hdmi's to HDR. Not sure how good it is as I've not seen anything with HDR yet

Heat added as this is a great price
Edited by: "ChrissyBoy" 3rd Dec 2016

mhance1

no HDR.



​christ what do you expect for £450!

mhance1

no HDR


Could you repeat that!

j2hot

​christ what do you expect for £450!



With the way some people are on here, £450 should get you an 80" OLED TV, a Dodge RAM 3500 V10 to carry it home in, and Margot Robbie to bring you tea and biscuits after you've set it up! Oh, and does anyone have a code to bring that cheaper, I'm still not biting at £450 even if Miss Robbie wears her Harley Quinn outfit!

SIB01

With the way some people are on here, £450 should get you an 80" OLED TV, … With the way some people are on here, £450 should get you an 80" OLED TV, a Dodge RAM 3500 V10 to carry it home in, and Margot Robbie to bring you tea and biscuits after you've set it up! Oh, and does anyone have a code to bring that cheaper, I'm still not biting at £450 even if Miss Robbie wears her Harley Quinn outfit!



​any proof??

j2hot

​christ what do you expect for £450!



But it does have hdr

I have this TV. It does have HDR, at least some faux 8-bit version of it. I don't remember the technical specifics but this TV tricks HDMI signal into outputting HDR display. I tried the Life of Pi HDR sample and the quality was stunning.

Ah, man - was about to buy but now I'm told you don't get Margot Robbie in her Harley Quinn outfit...

Great telly box - got one for £498 last week - very impressed- easy to set up and great picture - at sub £450 it's a bargain

No hdr, bla bla bla.
Heat for this.
Edited by: "brid30" 3rd Dec 2016

Far getting Margot in Wolf of wall street

How does this compare to Samsung ku6000

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/08/03/02/36CC9D9900000578-0-image-a-5_1470186754293.jpg
Edited by: "davieg1" 3rd Dec 2016

mhance1

no HDR.



​And ? Its still a Smart 4k Ultra HD 55" TV for under £500.

What justifies the extra cost of the 55M7000? What does it have that this doesn't - anything other than HDR?

sterankin

What justifies the extra cost of the 55M7000? What does it have that this … What justifies the extra cost of the 55M7000? What does it have that this doesn't - anything other than HDR?



Margot Robbie?

Get an extra 20 odd quid off using Quidco as well:

quidco.com/ao-…om/

How does this tv compare to the Samsung ku6000 series?

millward84

How does this tv compare to the Samsung ku6000 series?


It's a lot cheaper for one thing

Does this have the android store - able to install Kodi??

no it doesnt have the android store on it but if its anything like the 65 inch curved hisense tv i bought from amazon last boxing day for £999 then its a great tv

sterankin

What justifies the extra cost of the 55M7000? What does it have that this … What justifies the extra cost of the 55M7000? What does it have that this doesn't - anything other than HDR?



ULED on the M7000

DweebDude

It's a lot cheaper for one thing



Picture quality?

55 inch 4K tv for £450, what more do you want heat added.

I'm grappling with either this model, the 55m6600 for £494, or the 55m7000 for £670-odd.

The m3300 seems a great tv, but no HDR could be a deal breaker. The m7000 at £670 is a little more than I wanted (or can justify) to pay - is the m7000 really £200 better than the m6600? I'd appreciate it if anyone has an answer to the differences between models.

The m3300 does have the hdr that you want according to the above comments.

Curlyman83

I'm grappling with either this model, the 55m6600 for £494, or the … I'm grappling with either this model, the 55m6600 for £494, or the 55m7000 for £670-odd. The m3300 seems a great tv, but no HDR could be a deal breaker. The m7000 at £670 is a little more than I wanted (or can justify) to pay - is the m7000 really £200 better than the m6600? I'd appreciate it if anyone has an answer to the differences between models.



I'm not sure to get a Samsung 6000 or one of these

The Samsung KU6400 was the tv I had my eye on...its so much more expensive than this hisense set, though!

Curlyman83

I'm grappling with either this model, the 55m6600 for £494, or the … I'm grappling with either this model, the 55m6600 for £494, or the 55m7000 for £670-odd. The m3300 seems a great tv, but no HDR could be a deal breaker. The m7000 at £670 is a little more than I wanted (or can justify) to pay - is the m7000 really £200 better than the m6600? I'd appreciate it if anyone has an answer to the differences between models.



Would like to know this also

After many months of consideration I ordered this last night. The 12 months 0% finance option (£38.00 pm) swung it for me this close to xmas.

Cheers OP. Heat added.
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