Hisense H55N6800 Grey - 55inch ULED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV - £599 at Coop electrical (John lewis price match)
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Hisense H55N6800 Grey - 55inch ULED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV - £599 at Coop electrical (John lewis price match)

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Found 24th Nov
£599 for this (with code BF60 to get £60 off) Gets recommended all the time on AVforums.
I've also had John Lewis price match me, so you can get 5year warranty

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Blaze0072 h, 7 m ago

What's difference between this and 5700 model? Also does this have Wi-Fi …What's difference between this and 5700 model? Also does this have Wi-Fi built in?


The 6800 is one of Hisense's "ULED" range, the 5700 is direct LED.
Hisense's PCI rating is 1200 on the 5700 and 2200 on the 6800.
The 6800 is classed as HDRPlus
The 6800 has a local dimming feature
The 6800 has 4x HDMI inputs, the 5700 has 3x.
The 6800 has 3 USB ports, the 5700 has 2.
Both have dual band AC wifi built in.

Utimately, the N6800 is a better model and will give a better picture (it's highly rated on AVForums) - but that doesn't mean the 5700 is poor!
If price is a significant factor, the N5700 is probably a better buy. But if you can afford that bit more, the N6800 is the one to get.
Edited by: "Nememo" 24th Nov
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I want the 65 inch version but missed out on the coop £899 earlier in the week

What's difference between this and 5700 model? Also does this have Wi-Fi built in?

How good is the 50 inch model?? I can't really fit a 55 inch in my room

I have the 50 and it's excellent for the money. Sold a 1 year old Samsung 3d TV and bought this at 50 inch. Very pleased.

Make sure you go to John Lewis or Richer Sounds to get an extended free warranty.
Edited by: "John.Host" 24th Nov

Blaze0072 h, 7 m ago

What's difference between this and 5700 model? Also does this have Wi-Fi …What's difference between this and 5700 model? Also does this have Wi-Fi built in?


The 6800 is one of Hisense's "ULED" range, the 5700 is direct LED.
Hisense's PCI rating is 1200 on the 5700 and 2200 on the 6800.
The 6800 is classed as HDRPlus
The 6800 has a local dimming feature
The 6800 has 4x HDMI inputs, the 5700 has 3x.
The 6800 has 3 USB ports, the 5700 has 2.
Both have dual band AC wifi built in.

Utimately, the N6800 is a better model and will give a better picture (it's highly rated on AVForums) - but that doesn't mean the 5700 is poor!
If price is a significant factor, the N5700 is probably a better buy. But if you can afford that bit more, the N6800 is the one to get.
Edited by: "Nememo" 24th Nov

Just tried JL and they would not price match.

this or LG 49SJ800V ?

graeme87142 m ago

Just tried JL and they would not price match.


Shame or else I would have bought it. How about richer sounds ?

mogbat2 h, 5 m ago

I want the 65 inch version but missed out on the coop £899 earlier in the …I want the 65 inch version but missed out on the coop £899 earlier in the week


AO.com have this now for £899. Just Ordered for delivery on Sunday.

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Blaze00733 m ago

Shame or else I would have bought it. How about richer sounds ?


Did you tell them the code BF60?

I did tell them about the code but they said because it was not on the Co-op web site it did not count. Think it all depends on who you end up speaking with.

No joy from Richer Sounds either, not my day.

JL not price matching on the assumption its a voucher code

barylkaq4 h, 7 m ago

this or LG 49SJ800V ?


Trying to ask about this too

MartinLi1 h, 45 m ago

JL not price matching on the assumption its a voucher code


Guess it depends on luck. I was able to get a price match for a different TV which was cheaper than JL with a voucher code.

Schwifty2 m ago

Trying to ask about this too



I ordered LG with panel 120hz. Hisense only 60hz.

think my head going to explode with looking for a tv lol anyone tell me if the Samsung UE55MU6500 any good coop doing £60 code JL will not price match ?

graeme8713 h, 59 m ago

No joy from Richer Sounds either, not my day.


RS might not do an exact price match but they will try to do you a deal. I bought the 65" Hisense model this afternoon after calling them to see if they could price match AO.com who are selling it for £899.00. The guy said since AO.com don't offer a similar warranty period, they can't match the price but were willing to meet me half way at £924.00 inc delivery.
AO - 2 year warranty or RS - 6 year warranty... no brainer (highfive). Thie 65N6800 model is definitely a step up from the 65N5300 and 65N5750 models.

I've also posted the deal for 65" one on here.

I called Richer Sounds and got the 'Warranty isn't as good so we won't match' line which is fair. They did offer the VIP £10 off deal which to me is fine. £639 for a great TV with a 6 year warranty? Sign me up

Is this better than the 49 inch LG? It is bigger, yes, but is the refresh rate, colours etc as good?

Just heard back from John Lewis and they'll match it. 5 year warranty and all.

JL matched Coop for me too:)
woop

They wouldn't price match for me either. What's everyone else saying?? Lol. I want it!!!

Schwifty12 h, 32 m ago

Is this better than the 49 inch LG? It is bigger, yes, but is the refresh …Is this better than the 49 inch LG? It is bigger, yes, but is the refresh rate, colours etc as good?


This is a true 4k screen. As with most LG non-oled models, the SJ800 is an RGBW panel so really only 3k.

That said, the LG is pretty good at what it does offer. It's a true 10bit panel and a better refresh rate.

I had an LG TV in the past and always felt somewhat burned by the RGBW part and whether it's really 4k or not - but that's a personal opinion.

True enough but seemingly its about 90% rgb in terms of the pixels. Now I know its black and white either its rgb or it isn't but have you read that AV Forums link above? I agree though and I wanted to get rgb - having read the UHD gestapo on here tear apart tv after tv for being rgbw or 8 bit I figured that equated to it being possible to get an rgb panel under £700. None of the gestapo folks that posted ever cared to mention that it is simply not available on the market in that price bracket.

I say "above" but I got confused between the threads, its in the LG 800v one. I ended up going for the 800v, giving up 5 inches in favour of what seems a much better picture.
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