Hisense H60NEC5600 60" Freeview HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Dark Grey at ao.com for £584.10
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Hisense H60NEC5600 60" Freeview HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV - Dark Grey at ao.com for £584.10

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Edited by:"Genki"Found 18th Nov
Watch in crystal clear, stunning 4K Ultra HD with this 60 inch LED TV from Hisense. Stream those must-see boxsets and movies with colourful, vibrant pictures thanks to HDR. Smart TV catch up services and 70 Freeview HD channels, with 15 in HD, mean you’ll never miss your favourite shows again. Attach your favourite devices like games consoles or Blu-ray players using three HDMI ports for even more entertainment.

Use code "BFHISENSE10" to get the price down to £584.10. Note that TopCashback is offering 1% on products bought with a code - but that's still better than nothing!

37 Comments

It would appear that the saving is only £15.90.
Hisense dropped the RRP to £599 from £749. I stand corrected, that’s the 50”.

so hot

trustedreviews.com/rev…800

still tempted but deciding wether to get a cheap 65” or just go all out and pay for one of the LG OLED TV’s and hide from the other half
Edited by: "Monkey.nuts.2" 18th Nov

Monkey.nuts.226 m ago

It would appear that the saving is only £15.90. Hisense dropped the RRP …It would appear that the saving is only £15.90. Hisense dropped the RRP to £599 from £749. I stand corrected, that’s the 50”.so hothttp://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/hisense-n6800still tempted but deciding wether to get a cheap 65” or just go all out and pay for one of the LG OLED TV’s and hide from the other half


I'm in exactly the same boat!

Monkey.nuts.21 h, 23 m ago

It would appear that the saving is only £15.90. Hisense dropped the RRP …It would appear that the saving is only £15.90. Hisense dropped the RRP to £599 from £749. I stand corrected, that’s the 50”.so hothttp://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/hisense-n6800still tempted but deciding wether to get a cheap 65” or just go all out and pay for one of the LG OLED TV’s and hide from the other half



A good family TV should last you 5yrs so whatever you buy now you'll either be stuck with it or you'll find yourself upgrading in about 3yrs when your TV will be quite outdated

A good compromise would be to see if you can get last years Samsung KS7000/8000/9000 TV as it comes with all the bells and whistles for Premium HDR (4K, 1000nits, ultra blacks, 10bit panel and all those billions of colours) I got my 65" from a HUKD with a 5yr warranty for £1200.

OLED is great technology but in terms of value I dont think it's worth double the price of a LED Premium HDR 4K TV at the same screen size.

If you can push your budget a little higher you could probably find yourself a 55" Premium HDR TV.

Hopefully you'll find something fab on black friday
Edited by: "FrugalFergal" 18th Nov

Same price at Amazon if you fancy easy to deal with customer service. I bought one yesterday as it’s a lot of TV for the money.

Hmm this seems like a really good very large TV for the price! Only issue I can see from reviews is some slight clouding on dark scenes.

Amazon same price? All I can see is £1,005.62p, maybe I need some new glasses.

Are there any reliable reviews from reputable sources?

Price drop to £599 and review is for 50 inch H50N6800

Is there any point buying anything non-essential before Friday?
Edited by: "73greystoke" 18th Nov

Is this tv any good

Hisense is a really good make in the States,very tempted indeed.But will wait it out for Black Friday proper and see if I can get an 48" or 55" OLED...

josephallen2 h, 36 m ago

Are there any reliable reviews from reputable sources?



Just take a peek over at AVForums

Just remember the saying..."buying Hisense makes No sense"

spenspuma1 h, 16 m ago

Just remember the saying..."buying Hisense makes No sense"


Are they bad?

Jianni231253 m ago

Are they bad?


No they aren't bad. Some of their TVs are well reviewed.

Monkey.nuts.210 h, 31 m ago

It would appear that the saving is only £15.90. Hisense dropped the RRP …It would appear that the saving is only £15.90. Hisense dropped the RRP to £599 from £749. I stand corrected, that’s the 50”.so hothttp://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/hisense-n6800still tempted but deciding wether to get a cheap 65” or just go all out and pay for one of the LG OLED TV’s and hide from the other half


We should all move to a remote island with our OLED purchases next week as i feel theres gonna be a lot of us in trouble!!!

FrugalFergal9 h, 36 m ago

A good family TV should last you 5yrs so whatever you buy now you'll …A good family TV should last you 5yrs so whatever you buy now you'll either be stuck with it or you'll find yourself upgrading in about 3yrs when your TV will be quite outdatedA good compromise would be to see if you can get last years Samsung KS7000/8000/9000 TV as it comes with all the bells and whistles for Premium HDR (4K, 1000nits, ultra blacks, 10bit panel and all those billions of colours) I got my 65" from a HUKD with a 5yr warranty for £1200.OLED is great technology but in terms of value I dont think it's worth double the price of a LED Premium HDR 4K TV at the same screen size.If you can push your budget a little higher you could probably find yourself a 55" Premium HDR TV.Hopefully you'll find something fab on black friday



I disagree. It should last 10 years. So, what if it looks outdated? It's the picture quality and sound you should be happy with.

Common.Sense8 m ago

I disagree. It should last 10 years. So, what if it looks outdated? It's …I disagree. It should last 10 years. So, what if it looks outdated? It's the picture quality and sound you should be happy with.





It's not the 1990's more fella. Technology is moving at a much faster rate. Its a good thing. No one is stopping you per se upgrading every 10 or 20 years but for the rest of us spring chickens 5yrs is more than long enough for the next BIG thingorama

These are absolute pants with smearing and input lag. If you cant yet afford a decent Sony or Samsung, save until you can, preferably from richer sounds with a 5 year warranty.

I have had my Hisense 55M7000 for over a year and have had no problems what so ever, YouTube, Netflix and Amazon work perfectly, had a few issues when switched to Sky Q but that was due to Sky equipment.

Monkey.nuts.212 h, 56 m ago

It would appear that the saving is only £15.90. Hisense dropped the RRP …It would appear that the saving is only £15.90. Hisense dropped the RRP to £599 from £749. I stand corrected, that’s the 50”.so hothttp://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/hisense-n6800still tempted but deciding wether to get a cheap 65” or just go all out and pay for one of the LG OLED TV’s and hide from the other half


Oled just got one myself the difference in picture is like night and day.

oNOVAo47 m ago

Oled just got one myself the difference in picture is like night and day.


Totally agree. Oled blows everything else out the water

A question for someone with an OLED TV... My OLED phone suffered from terrible burn in after only 4 months, and now after 6 months all the blue pixels have become "degraded" and no longer glow as brightly as the other pixels, causing all my whites to appear off white. I've read on forums about OLED TVs suffering the same fate. My question is... is this true for all OLED TV panels or are some immune? Should my next telly be LCD or OLED?
Edited by: "Cooltide" 19th Nov

Was this price at argos last week and still this price ao.com just match price now with there code

Jianni231218 h, 16 m ago

Are they bad?


To people that are either brand snobs, or don’t know much about technology (or both). Generally they’re a good consumer tv that give a good image depending on the model you choose.

EazyDuz17 h, 9 m ago

These are absolute pants with smearing and input lag. If you cant yet …These are absolute pants with smearing and input lag. If you cant yet afford a decent Sony or Samsung, save until you can, preferably from richer sounds with a 5 year warranty.


6 years

Cooltide13 h, 15 m ago

A question for someone with an OLED TV... My OLED phone suffered from …A question for someone with an OLED TV... My OLED phone suffered from terrible burn in after only 4 months, and now after 6 months all the blue pixels have become "degraded" and no longer glow as brightly as the other pixels, causing all my whites to appear off white. I've read on forums about OLED TVs suffering the same fate. My question is... is this true for all OLED TV panels or are some immune? Should my next telly be LCD or OLED?


OLED anything can experience screenburn like CRTs/Plasmas. Just be careful how you use it.

On the subject of Hisense TVs, I've had a 50" 4k HDR one for just over a year now. Used it as my PC display, not experienced any input lag in PC/Game mode and from direct on picture quality is fantastic. Netflix 4k is great, amazon prime works well too, as does iplayer in 4k. Only gripe is things go washed out at other viewing angles. So, I'd say, you get a lot of TV for the money and for a lot of people I'm sure they're ample, though probably not as good as some Samsungs/Sonys/LGs TVs. You get what you pay fo.
Edited by: "Walrusbonzo" 19th Nov

Common.Sense21 h, 53 m ago

I disagree. It should last 10 years. So, what if it looks outdated? It's …I disagree. It should last 10 years. So, what if it looks outdated? It's the picture quality and sound you should be happy with.


It is the picture quality that is advancing.

Longest I have kept a TV in my lounge is 2 years, after that they get moved to other rooms and I get a better one. When I run out of rooms I give them to family.

ebay is 10% quidco and they have a ao outlet

jb661 h, 0 m ago

ebay is 10% quidco and they have a ao outlet

Link to the eBay ao store?

If anyone has a setup guide it would be appreciated if they could share? I hear about making sure you use the HDMI ports on the back ( and not the side of the back panel) plus dropping brightness if you do find the blacks fading around the edges but if anyone has any other advice that would be great if they could let us know

spenspuma18th Nov

Just remember the saying..."buying Hisense makes No sense"


Going by reviews at AVForums, that certainly does not appear to be conventional wisdom - the HE65K5510 was even awarded their 'Best Buy' award:



8/10 and 'Recommended' for H65NU8700
8/10 and 'Recommended' for H65M5500
8/10 and 'Recommended' for H65N6800
9/10 and 'Best Buy' Award for HE65K5510

Hisense is a massive brand from China, currently gaining popularity in the USA and Europe. What's the point of dissing China when most of our electronics come from China or SK. DJI is a home-grown Chinese brand and we love their drones here.
Edited by: "hcc27" 19th Nov

CoeK7 h, 21 m ago

It is the picture quality that is advancing.Longest I have kept a TV in my …It is the picture quality that is advancing.Longest I have kept a TV in my lounge is 2 years, after that they get moved to other rooms and I get a better one. When I run out of rooms I give them to family.


Can you you put 50-60" televisions in other rooms? I cannot. The shortest I have had a television is 10 years! I find LCD too bright and unnatural. I prefer the defunct plasma screens. Televisions do not last as long now. My Plasma now has vertical lines, so time to buy a new one! I also buy new cars and "throw them away" after 10 years! Looks like my diesel will be thrown way quicker!

Common.Sense6 h, 37 m ago

Can you you put 50-60" televisions in other rooms? I cannot. The shortest …Can you you put 50-60" televisions in other rooms? I cannot. The shortest I have had a television is 10 years! I find LCD too bright and unnatural. I prefer the defunct plasma screens. Televisions do not last as long now. My Plasma now has vertical lines, so time to buy a new one! I also buy new cars and "throw them away" after 10 years! Looks like my diesel will be thrown way quicker!




The only way i will have trouble is if i get to the en-suite. 65" minimum for my living room, the couch is quite far from the TV.

I would be bored with a car after 2 years but since my other half changes car much more often and i drive it more than her i don't have to buy one that often.

Cooltide19th Nov

A question for someone with an OLED TV... My OLED phone suffered from …A question for someone with an OLED TV... My OLED phone suffered from terrible burn in after only 4 months, and now after 6 months all the blue pixels have become "degraded" and no longer glow as brightly as the other pixels, causing all my whites to appear off white. I've read on forums about OLED TVs suffering the same fate. My question is... is this true for all OLED TV panels or are some immune? Should my next telly be LCD or OLED?


I also heard the same about plasma but having had one for 6 years and not had any burn in I wouldn't always believe what you read. Can't comment on the oled as only had it a week but know others who have earlier version of mine and not had any issues.
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