Hisense H55M7000 55" 4K HDR Ultra-HD Smart LED TV £549.95 @ Sonicdirect £549.95
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Hisense H55M7000 55" 4K HDR Ultra-HD Smart LED TV £549.95 @ Sonicdirect £549.95

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Found 22nd Apr 2017
Decent price for an excellent TV,

trying to get JL to price match though

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ezzer72

As he said, he knows about these things from a previous position - he … As he said, he knows about these things from a previous position - he can't possibly just have assumed because it's the same brand, it's the same set


No wonder Rumbelows went tits up!
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What are the feet witdth on this? does anyone know?
+17.95 delivery. Click & Collect - free.
Saw the 65" in Crampton and Moore last weekend. It's a stunning set for the ££
MyNameSucksBad

What are the feet witdth on this? does anyone know?


41" I have this TV paid £350 from AO 18 months ago like, it's just broke down but still under guarantee!
£350... I doubt that? Have u got proof?
traviscrouch

£350... I doubt that? Have u got proof?



​and I doubt it was available 18 months ago
Great price, I paid about £610 from JL a couple of months ago for this set and love it. There's some vids on YouTube to help set the colours up a little bit but the picture is stunning.
Edited by: "Bobster-cyw" 23rd Apr 2017
Just purchased the 50" 50M3300 Model from Argos @ £399.00. What a fantastic TV for the money. I should know as in a previous life I was the "Brown Goods" Buyer for a large Electrical Retailer!.
Edited by: "gw1mcd" 23rd Apr 2017
gw1mcd

Just purchased the 50" Model from Argos @ £399.00. What a fantastic TV … Just purchased the 50" Model from Argos @ £399.00. What a fantastic TV for the money. I should know as in a previous life I was the "Brown Goods" Buyer for a large Electrical Retailer!.


I don't think they do a 50" version - are you sure that's not the 50M3300?
The M7000 is currently Hisense top model in their range and is a cracking set.
N1Andy

I don't think they do a 50" version - are you sure that's not the … I don't think they do a 50" version - are you sure that's not the 50M3300?The M7000 is currently Hisense top model in their range and is a cracking set.


As he said, he knows about these things from a previous position - he can't possibly just have assumed because it's the same brand, it's the same set
ezzer72

As he said, he knows about these things from a previous position - he … As he said, he knows about these things from a previous position - he can't possibly just have assumed because it's the same brand, it's the same set


No wonder Rumbelows went tits up!
N1Andy

No wonder Rumbelows went tits up!


Haha, epic!
I've got this tv and to be honest I'm not that impressed. Colours and viewing angles arnt good, screen is too reflective for me. Would think it's just a bad one I've got but had two as the first has a faulty PSU that constantly clicked.
Biggest pain is the smart features, no way of re-ordering apps or as far as I can see check for updates at all, Plex is terrible, I have to open and close it anywhere from 2-10 times to use it otherwise it says 'no server' even though no other devices have issues.

Most people have great reviews on it though so maybe I am just expecting too much.
Will John Lewis price match this.
I paid like £79 for this TV from Comet 3 years ago. Nice telly and it hasn't broke down yet!
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TimmyTugboat

Will John Lewis price match this.



​waiting for their email
Looks like a good deal to me. I got the H55M3300 last year for £449 from ao and I can't complain. Superb picture, fantastic upscaling though not the best viewing angles. Given that there is so little direct 4K content you want to ensure your 4K TV has good upscaling from HD which this has. The only issue for me was the positioning of the HDMI inputs on the rear, 2 are located on the side and 2 at the back which is not great for wall-mounting. Don't know if it's the same for the M7000 model but worth checking first if you are buying online.
I want the 65" version of this telly ideally from JL. I want to however purchase in 3 months when we move into our new house, however it seems like the next month is a great buying window as manufacturers try to dump last years stock. Would I be better off buying sooner or just hope for the best later? For me it has to come from either Richer Sounds or John Lewis for their warranty
I have the 65" version and I am sending it back because of a banding fault with the panel. I do like the TV apart from that, good value for money.
Sorry to be the one to ask but is this HDR10?
A2DY_

I've got this tv and to be honest I'm not that impressed. Colours and … I've got this tv and to be honest I'm not that impressed. Colours and viewing angles arnt good, screen is too reflective for me. Would think it's just a bad one I've got but had two as the first has a faulty PSU that constantly clicked. Biggest pain is the smart features, no way of re-ordering apps or as far as I can see check for updates at all, Plex is terrible, I have to open and close it anywhere from 2-10 times to use it otherwise it says 'no server' even though no other devices have issues. Most people have great reviews on it though so maybe I am just expecting too much.



Always dubious of random name brands. Best to pay a bit more when it comes to buying a TV as it will be sat in front of you for 5 to 10 years.

Oh no... oO

A2DY_

Always dubious of random name brands. Best to pay a bit more when it … Always dubious of random name brands. Best to pay a bit more when it comes to buying a TV as it will be sat in front of you for 5 to 10 years.


Must admit I own a 58" K700 Hisense, identical design to this and the build quality is exceptional - far better than any Samsung or even Panasonic I've owned. App's aren't Hisense's strong point, the menu layout is also confusing but I have no complaints with Picture Quality, Sound is also unbelievably good.
donslibi

Always dubious of random name brands. Best to pay a bit more when it … Always dubious of random name brands. Best to pay a bit more when it comes to buying a TV as it will be sat in front of you for 5 to 10 years.



Loughborough guy has a new username?
ianbeany

I paid like £79 for this TV from Comet 3 years ago. Nice telly and it … I paid like £79 for this TV from Comet 3 years ago. Nice telly and it hasn't broke down yet!



How did you buy a 2016 TV from a company which ceased trading in 2012?
donslibi

Always dubious of random name brands. Best to pay a bit more when it … Always dubious of random name brands. Best to pay a bit more when it comes to buying a TV as it will be sat in front of you for 5 to 10 years.



hardly a random name brand! Also 5-10 years is a very long time for a main TV!
oostvoo

Sorry to be the one to ask but is this HDR10?


8 bit + FRC ("10 bit upscaling" or whatever technical term its called). You won't find 10 bit for probably grand+, even £900 samsungs use 8+frc


Theres other posts where JL matched Sonic so theres hope, I think I'll grab it at 549 before all stock goes!
Edited by: "kiish" 23rd Apr 2017
Great TV and price for this. Price is dropping as new models are coming. I did a lot of research and unless you are spending £1500/£2000 on a 55" you wont beat this for its bang for buck.

I bought this shortly after release for £750 and thought it was great value. (With 5 year guarantee)

Check out the AV Forums thread
Edited by: "2015" 23rd Apr 2017
I have been ummm and arring about this for ages, but finally bit the bullet and ordered.
Awesome. I got JL to price match this TV @ £599 a couple days ago. Im going to submit another price match claim and see if JL price match this deal. I too was skeptical about this purchase, I sold my Sony W829b after 3 years of having it for half what I paid for it and it was a pleasant upgrade. The build quality is exceptional and the picture quality for the price just left me in awe.

Amazing TV and at this price, nothing and I mean nothing comes close.
Mines due tomorrow which I purchased to claim the price match of £599. I've submitted claim to see if will match this. There is a store so fingers crossed
Will RS price match this?
Back to £649... I tried to price match with JL since yesterday evening, havnt hear till now and they will reject all claims as price goes up.
marcz

Back to £649... I tried to price match with JL since yesterday evening, … Back to £649... I tried to price match with JL since yesterday evening, havnt hear till now and they will reject all claims as price goes up.



Looks like they're messing around with pricing today, I saw it at 649 too now 599.
Now £599 and £17.99 delivery. Suspect JL wo t price match the earlier price.
Yeah, was 649, now 599.. and if you do search H55m7000 in their browser it still show 549.. but when go to product page showing 599. I have one saved in by basket and its acculy allowing me to have it for 549. Also as you can see under product category, it shows "free delivery", i question this by email and get phone back from sonic direct with apology for mistake, they want take my order over phone and grant free delivery...
A2DY_

hardly a random name brand! Also 5-10 years is a very long time for a … hardly a random name brand! Also 5-10 years is a very long time for a main TV!



You say that but my 50" Samsung plasma is ten years old and still going strong.
gsusx

You say that but my 50" Samsung plasma is ten years old and still going … You say that but my 50" Samsung plasma is ten years old and still going strong.


......but Plasma was a technology far in advance of LED/LCD, and a travesty that TV manufacturers dropped it for no other reason than profit margins.
N1Andy

......but Plasma was a technology far in advance of LED/LCD, and a … ......but Plasma was a technology far in advance of LED/LCD, and a travesty that TV manufacturers dropped it for no other reason than profit margins.



Agree. It's also keeps my front Room warm haha
gsusx

Agree. It's also keeps my front Room warm haha


Yeah, my heating didn't come on all winter!
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