Hisense H55N6800 Grey - 55inch ULED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £579 - Co-op Electrical
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Hisense H55N6800 Grey - 55inch ULED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £579 - Co-op Electrical

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Found 27th Dec 2017
Use code PCT50 to save £50 on this Hisense H55N6800 Grey - 55inch ULED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart 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.

4K Ultra High Definition
To respond to screens getting bigger, brands have packed their screens with more pixels. This 55-inch screen has four times the number of pixels than 1080p HD TVs, delivering stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail. Experience this high-spec picture across a range of broadcasts, movies, sports and more thanks to 4K upscaling. As it converts lower resolution content to near-4K quality, anything you watch on the big screen will be truly extraordinary.

High Dynamic Range
Forays into colour-boosting High Dynamic Range (HDR) have begun, and Hisense are no exception. With its 10-bit panel, this set can show over a billion individual colours to deepen your view and shows shades you’ve never seen in home entertainment before. Colour, contrast, and brightness are all expanded for a richer, deeper picture that's closer to real life. Play beautiful HDR content on your N6800, experiencing the next era of television, and future-proof your home entertainment set-up as HDR becomes standard. Free 2 Year Guarantee
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I would try to find the M7000 series which has better colour saturation
Is this manufacturer any good? Not heard of them before!
jtomo23 m ago

Is this manufacturer any good? Not heard of them before!


Yes they are, we bought a 32" model from them a few years ago. They are great value for money, and good picture too
Get price match from richer sounds which includes 6 year warranty
VeedubyaGTi5 m ago

Yes they are, we bought a 32" model from them a few years ago. They are …Yes they are, we bought a 32" model from them a few years ago. They are great value for money, and good picture too


Price match at richer sounds for free 6 year warranty so cannot go wrong for the money mate.
this or LG 49SJ800V ?
Better/worse than UE55MU7000? Got a JL price match on the PRC deal, so £699... but still pondering. Spec on this seems similar.
dazzler197222 m ago

Price match at richer sounds for free 6 year warranty so cannot go wrong …Price match at richer sounds for free 6 year warranty so cannot go wrong for the money mate.


Richersounds wont price match they will say they offer a 6 year warranty while the co op wont. If its £20 have known them do but anything more
barylkaq38 m ago

this or LG 49SJ800V ?


I'd prefer this than the "fake 4K" LG
Richer Sounds won’t price match due to the warranty as already said. John Lewis will though. I know because they did for me at £599.
John Lewis and Richersound both refused price match I want buy this brand without atlest 5 years warranty.
mistera2 h, 14 m ago

Better/worse than UE55MU7000? Got a JL price match on the PRC deal, so …Better/worse than UE55MU7000? Got a JL price match on the PRC deal, so £699... but still pondering. Spec on this seems similar.



I went for the MU7000 based on the avforums review the Hisense isn't 120hz or true 10bit (8bit + dithering), also the input lag is a little higher/ brightness a little lower. The Samsung is worth the small amount extra in my opinion.

avforums.com/rev…870
Edited by: "MasterAK" 27th Dec 2017
MasterAK12 m ago

I went for the MU7000 based on the avforums review the Hisense isn't 120hz …I went for the MU7000 based on the avforums review the Hisense isn't 120hz or true 10bit (8bit + dithering), also the input lag is a little higher/ brightness a little lower. The Samsung is worth the small amount extra in my opinion.https://www.avforums.com/review/hisense-h55n6800-4k-led-tv-review.13870



It's like £300 more on Amazon. that's not a small amount. What's the best price out there for the MU7000?
pjperez10 m ago

It's like £300 more on Amazon. that's not a small amount. What's the best …It's like £300 more on Amazon. that's not a small amount. What's the best price out there for the MU7000?


It' £699 at JL or £689 at richer sounds with price match (PRC direct).
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