Hisense H60NEC5600 60" Freeview HD & Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV £539 @ AO
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Hisense H60NEC5600 60" Freeview HD & Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV £539 @ AO

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Found 8th Dec 2017
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Looks like a decent price for 60"

- 4K Ultra HD - Stunning sharpness, crystal clarity
- HDR with streaming - enjoy lifelike colours & contrast
- Smart TV - catch up, movies & more
- Freeview HD with Freeview Play - live & catch up TV
- 3 HDMI ports for consoles and Blu-ray players
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y-oh-y1 m ago

Thanks.My wife wants something larger and smarter for the bedroom.This …Thanks.My wife wants something larger and smarter for the bedroom.This could just be what's she's after.


Are you sure it's the TV she wants??
Thanks.

My wife wants something larger and smarter for the bedroom.
This could just be what's she's after.
Edited by: "y-oh-y" 8th Dec 2017
Bugger...I managed to pay £566 from Amazon after I mentioned AO were selling it for this price a week before that rubbish Black Friday which just passed. If anyone is interested for the price this TV is quite brilliant and is the best cost performance out there- and at this price it’s tremendous. I have fallen back in love with watching TV.
Any questions please ask and will answer if I can- you might need to set up sound on the TV and Sky for example, it it is easy peasy so don’t worry.
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Haha - beat me by 1 second

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Chanchi3235 s ago

Haha - beat me by 1 secondHeat added



Thanks.

My wife wants something larger and smarter for the bedroom.
This could just be what's she's after.
Edited by: "y-oh-y" 8th Dec 2017
Nice one Frank. Heat added
y-oh-y42 s ago

Thanks.My wife wants something larger and smarter for the bedroom.This …Thanks.My wife wants something larger and smarter for the bedroom.This could just be what's she's after.



for the bedroom
y-oh-y1 m ago

Thanks.My wife wants something larger and smarter for the bedroom.This …Thanks.My wife wants something larger and smarter for the bedroom.This could just be what's she's after.


Are you sure it's the TV she wants??
Bugger...I managed to pay £566 from Amazon after I mentioned AO were selling it for this price a week before that rubbish Black Friday which just passed. If anyone is interested for the price this TV is quite brilliant and is the best cost performance out there- and at this price it’s tremendous. I have fallen back in love with watching TV.
Any questions please ask and will answer if I can- you might need to set up sound on the TV and Sky for example, it it is easy peasy so don’t worry.
Any codes about Frank?! Sorry couldn’t resist...heat added mate
chapchap5 m ago

Bugger...I managed to pay £566 from Amazon after I mentioned AO were …Bugger...I managed to pay £566 from Amazon after I mentioned AO were selling it for this price a week before that rubbish Black Friday which just passed. If anyone is interested for the price this TV is quite brilliant and is the best cost performance out there- and at this price it’s tremendous. I have fallen back in love with watching TV.Any questions please ask and will answer if I can- you might need to set up sound on the TV and Sky for example, it it is easy peasy so don’t worry.


2 questions:

1- Does this have FreeSat HD (receives satellite channels without the need of a box)?
2- What are the viewing angles like? If you move away from the centre of the TV, does the picture become a bit dark or blurry?
no_Sunshine29 m ago

2 questions:1- Does this have FreeSat HD (receives satellite channels …2 questions:1- Does this have FreeSat HD (receives satellite channels without the need of a box)?2- What are the viewing angles like? If you move away from the centre of the TV, does the picture become a bit dark or blurry?


Yes it has FPlay and a dedicated button on the remote for it.Loads of channels there including all the usual ones. I think it looks like HD when I watch it.This TV has great upscaling from HD to 4K and even SD doesn’t look that bad.

As for angles within 45 degrees it is sharp and even very acute angles it is pretty good- but does go grey at vey acute angles.

This link to the Amazon page with the same model might help you some more. The only worry I have is reliability ( as I hadn’t heard of this make before) but it has a 2 year warranty so hope they are confident it won’t fail too quickly. If it does then I bought from Amazon so easy peasy returns

amazon.co.uk/dp/…c=1
Blasphemous26 m ago

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It's weird how in many shots it doesn't look like a 60" tv.
Cant go wrong with a Hisense, perfect balance between value and quality. 60" Hisense inches for under £540 - steal of a deal in my opinion.
Do amazon price match?
freakstyler27 m ago

Cant go wrong with a Hisense, perfect balance between value and quality. …Cant go wrong with a Hisense, perfect balance between value and quality. 60" Hisense inches for under £540 - steal of a deal in my opinion.


Yep-enjoy cinema in your living room
chapchap1 h, 53 m ago

Bugger...I managed to pay £566 from Amazon after I mentioned AO were …Bugger...I managed to pay £566 from Amazon after I mentioned AO were selling it for this price a week before that rubbish Black Friday which just passed. If anyone is interested for the price this TV is quite brilliant and is the best cost performance out there- and at this price it’s tremendous. I have fallen back in love with watching TV.Any questions please ask and will answer if I can- you might need to set up sound on the TV and Sky for example, it it is easy peasy so don’t worry.


I’ve got a few questions if you don’t mind please.
1. Does this tick all the boxes for the Xbox one x such as hdr etc.
2. How do you get amazon to price match as I would prefer to buy from amazon.
3. Does the tv have a game mode like the Samsung’s do?

Thanks in advance
Adrian.Oldfield1 h, 32 m ago

I’ve got a few questions if you don’t mind please. 1. Does this tick all th …I’ve got a few questions if you don’t mind please. 1. Does this tick all the boxes for the Xbox one x such as hdr etc.2. How do you get amazon to price match as I would prefer to buy from amazon.3. Does the tv have a game mode like the Samsung’s do? Thanks in advance


1. Xbox one X - Refresh rate is 60hz on tv (What the xbox and ps4 pro output at 4k max).
The tv is HDR but you wont really notice the effect of HDR on these cheap tvs unless you go for premiums ones which are £1.5k+. The panel is a VA (gives deeper colours) but its not true 10bit hdr.
There is also clouding on the edges (white clouds) which is noticable if your watching something with alot of dark scenes in it. If your watching the new Grand tour or blue planet, this wont really affect you.
Another point on gaming is input lag doesnt have a value upon research, however states <50ms which is enough for gaming, as you can get away with anything realistically up to 100ms.

Overall verdict: its a decent cheap budget gaming tv if you really want the 60inches.

2. Amazon dont normally price match from what i know.

3. The tv has different viewing settings such as HDR (night/day/gaming) or SDR (night/day/gaming) so you can tune the gaming setting if that is what you mean.

Hope it helps, feel free to ask any questions
Edited by: "Bargained" 8th Dec 2017
Thanks! Ordered, nearly got myself a Panasonic 58EX700B earlier but this one I can't refuse.
chapchap3 h, 57 m ago

Yes it has FPlay and a dedicated button on the remote for it.Loads of …Yes it has FPlay and a dedicated button on the remote for it.Loads of channels there including all the usual ones. I think it looks like HD when I watch it.This TV has great upscaling from HD to 4K and even SD doesn’t look that bad.As for angles within 45 degrees it is sharp and even very acute angles it is pretty good- but does go grey at vey acute angles.This link to the Amazon page with the same model might help you some more. The only worry I have is reliability ( as I hadn’t heard of this make before) but it has a 2 year warranty so hope they are confident it won’t fail too quickly. If it does then I bought from Amazon so easy peasy returnshttps://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B074ZRHB97/_encoding=UTF8?coliid=I3OJFTPTDFY97J&colid=1CEVPBK07DLJ4&psc=1


Reliability is a big worry for me. Just in time for the Euros last year I got a 55" Hisense 4K tv for about £540 I think from AO. Seemed ok. But on day 25 it started to hiss from the bottom left corner and then randomly turn itself off every couple of hours and only come back on if unplugged, left for 5 mins and back on again. Thankfully it was under 30 days. Phoned AO and they said phone Hisense to troubleshoot - no amoint of fit for purpose quotes worked - they kept saying phone Hisense and get a fault code from them despite the obvious fault. Hisense was pretty good and said its a dudd within a couple of minutes on the phone to be fair. Phoned AO with the code Hisense provided and so they finally collected it a few days later.

Bought a similar size and spec Samsung for about £100 more the same day from Coop Electrical and 18 months on its still very very nice. Lesson learnt - sticking to what I know.
Bargained1 h, 27 m ago

1. Xbox one X - Refresh rate is 60hz on tv (What the xbox and ps4 pro …1. Xbox one X - Refresh rate is 60hz on tv (What the xbox and ps4 pro output at 4k max). The tv is HDR but you wont really notice the effect of HDR on these cheap tvs unless you go for premiums ones which are £1.5k+. The panel is a VA (gives deeper colours) but its not true 10bit hdr.There is also clouding on the edges (white clouds) which is noticable if your watching something with alot of dark scenes in it. If your watching the new Grand tour or blue planet, this wont really affect you. Another point on gaming is input lag doesnt have a value upon research, however states <50ms which is enough for gaming, as you can get away with anything realistically up to 100ms. Overall verdict: its a decent cheap budget gaming tv if you really want the 60inches.2. Amazon dont normally price match from what i know.3. The tv has different viewing settings such as HDR (night/day/gaming) or SDR (night/day/gaming) so you can tune the gaming setting if that is what you mean.Hope it helps, feel free to ask any questions


Thanks for the info that’s really helped me, I’m currently out the country so the plan is to buy this for my return in March in you opinion would you hold out for a better tv in the January sales? I just don’t know what to do for the best lol
Bargained2 h, 6 m ago

1. Xbox one X - Refresh rate is 60hz on tv (What the xbox and ps4 pro …1. Xbox one X - Refresh rate is 60hz on tv (What the xbox and ps4 pro output at 4k max). The tv is HDR but you wont really notice the effect of HDR on these cheap tvs unless you go for premiums ones which are £1.5k+. The panel is a VA (gives deeper colours) but its not true 10bit hdr.There is also clouding on the edges (white clouds) which is noticable if your watching something with alot of dark scenes in it. If your watching the new Grand tour or blue planet, this wont really affect you. Another point on gaming is input lag doesnt have a value upon research, however states <50ms which is enough for gaming, as you can get away with anything realistically up to 100ms. Overall verdict: its a decent cheap budget gaming tv if you really want the 60inches.2. Amazon dont normally price match from what i know.3. The tv has different viewing settings such as HDR (night/day/gaming) or SDR (night/day/gaming) so you can tune the gaming setting if that is what you mean.Hope it helps, feel free to ask any questions



HDR is probably over rated at this point in any case as theres not a lot of content out there to make use of it.

Perhaps for gaming, although even then theres not a whole lot of games with HDR.

If you want a TV for mainly watching TV or streaming, youll probably not make use of HDR for more than 2% of your total usage of your TV.

Some might think well ill future proof myself, however theres no point paying a premium i.e £1000+ for something thats not fully mainstream. By the time HDR is mainstream there will be way better TV's for much cheaper money that whats available now. Your £1000+ TV will get left behind.
Edited by: "a123123" 9th Dec 2017
Just ordered 2 based on your recommendation, one for me and one for my parents. Ty for the advice haven't upgraded in a while and at this price seems a steal
Bugger! Paid £584 from Argos on black Friday for this. Great tele just noticed the clouding around edges on certain stuff. Has anyone managed to find any 'picture settings' on the net for this particular model?
vassy115 h, 12 m ago

Are you sure it's the TV she wants??


Yes... That's the joke.
muttonman13 h, 13 m ago

Do amazon price match?


No, but if you are purchasing from another seller (other than Amazon) through Amazon then prices can be cheaper - it's within the sellers power to change the price quite easily - it might only take a message to the seller about it for them to lower their price. I would just recommend purchasing from the seller that offers "Prime" though. - That way you are covered by Amazon's fulfilment and customer service.
Rememer the saying "buying Hisense makes No sense"
Good price!
Is it a 10bit panel please?
does anyone know? thansk
R4m1326 m ago

Is it a 10bit panel please?does anyone know? thansk


Yes but not true 10bit, its 8 + FRC
Adrian.Oldfield13 h, 0 m ago

Thanks for the info that’s really helped me, I’m currently out the country …Thanks for the info that’s really helped me, I’m currently out the country so the plan is to buy this for my return in March in you opinion would you hold out for a better tv in the January sales? I just don’t know what to do for the best lol


No problem, and possibly. New models are released January and September so possibly you will see a price reduction after this. Depends how desperate you are.
a12312312 h, 44 m ago

HDR is probably over rated at this point in any case as theres not a lot …HDR is probably over rated at this point in any case as theres not a lot of content out there to make use of it.Perhaps for gaming, although even then theres not a whole lot of games with HDR. If you want a TV for mainly watching TV or streaming, youll probably not make use of HDR for more than 2% of your total usage of your TV.Some might think well ill future proof myself, however theres no point paying a premium i.e £1000+ for something thats not fully mainstream. By the time HDR is mainstream there will be way better TV's for much cheaper money that whats available now. Your £1000+ TV will get left behind.


I guess your right in some aspects, however premium prices for the tvs allow other aspects to be better as in the picture quality etc not just being HDR. Surly there will be more and more games on both ps4 and xbox that make use of it. But without going into depth it all boils down to your budget. If you want something that will do the job for a year or two then its a great tv. The other 60”+ tvs ranged at ~£850 wont have a huge difference in picture than this, and i wouldnt really say its worth the extra £500.
With tvs and technology such, you can never future proof, as its always changing. As soon as the qleds and oleds start to become reasonably priced, the micro leds will start to appear and once that reduces in price there’ll be something else..
Edited by: "Bargained" 9th Dec 2017
jpdjpd64114 h, 44 m ago

Thanks! Ordered, nearly got myself a Panasonic 58EX700B earlier but this …Thanks! Ordered, nearly got myself a Panasonic 58EX700B earlier but this one I can't refuse.


I got the panny 58ex700 for 599 with 5 year warranty ... Sooner trust a brand that you can physically see in shops
R4m1346 m ago

Is it a 10bit panel please?does anyone know? thansk



You won't get a 10 bit panel under 1500 .
chriskautz2 m ago

You won't get a 10 bit panel under 1500 .


He was trolling...lol
spenspuma2 m ago

He was trolling...lol



I don't think he was .. there are some real dumb people on here.
Was looking at the 65" but almost £200 more.

thanks
chapchap18 h, 54 m ago

Bugger...I managed to pay £566 from Amazon after I mentioned AO were …Bugger...I managed to pay £566 from Amazon after I mentioned AO were selling it for this price a week before that rubbish Black Friday which just passed. If anyone is interested for the price this TV is quite brilliant and is the best cost performance out there- and at this price it’s tremendous. I have fallen back in love with watching TV.Any questions please ask and will answer if I can- you might need to set up sound on the TV and Sky for example, it it is easy peasy so don’t worry.


Does it have plex within the App Store? Smart Iptv aswell
Why is it listed as £579 then?? :O
And the code 'GET40' does not work... Any ideas folks?
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