Hisense H60NEC5600UK 60 Inch Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR - £629.10 @ Argos with code TV10
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Hisense H60NEC5600UK 60 Inch Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR - £629.10 @ Argos with code TV10

£629.10Argos Deals
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Edited by:"01234"Found 5th Nov
Use code TV10 to save 10% on this Hisense H60NEC5600UK 60 Inch Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR.Free 2 Year Warranty. The Hisense NEC5600 perfectly blends 4K Ultra High Definition with HDR technology for outstanding levels of depth and clarity, whether you’re watching a movie, your favourite show or gaming. What’s more, with Freeview Play, our unique Vidaa U interface and dbx-tv® soundbar quality audio built-in, it sets itself apart as an impressive and immersive Experience TV like never before in glorious Ultra HD 4K resolution. With 4 times the detail of Full HD see every detail with stunningly realistic picture quality. Backed by the power of a quad core processor, powerful TruSurround Audio, futureproof 4K technologies (including HDMI 2.0, HEVC, USB 3.0) and a wide variety of Smart apps you will never want to leave your living room.

HDR compatible.

Netflix, Amazon, Youtube, BBC iplayer, Wukai, Plex.

18 Comments

I didn't know 60" was a thing these days. Always seems to jump from 55 to 65. Off I go to read up on this model...

Where are the tv inspectors? need their views on this

How does this differ to the N5700?

Looking on the hisense website it says "Wide Colour Gamut = NO" for this TV, whereas the N5700 it says 58%...

Anyone know if this is important?

Wide colour gamut is the colour range to set specification if it does not reach that or tested to can mean nothing, HDR can be a better standard of colour range. In other words the average joe watching most of these tvs will not notice these differences in spec , unless you have WCG+HDR high def eyes to begin with.

morrig11 m ago

Wide colour gamut is the colour range to set specification if it does not …Wide colour gamut is the colour range to set specification if it does not reach that or tested to can mean nothing, HDR can be a better standard of colour range. In other words the average joe watching most of these tvs will not notice these differences in spec , unless you have WCG+HDR high def eyes to begin with.



Hi Morrig, you seem like you know about the technical jargon. On this TV is says 60Hz motion rate. But on the 65 inch it says 1400... does that mean the 65 inch has like 25 (ish) times better motion rate?????

sunny20035025 m ago

Hi Morrig, you seem like you know about the technical jargon. On this TV …Hi Morrig, you seem like you know about the technical jargon. On this TV is says 60Hz motion rate. But on the 65 inch it says 1400... does that mean the 65 inch has like 25 (ish) times better motion rate?????

No, all 99% of TVs sold are 60hz maximum now days as most broadcasts are only 50-60fps(50-60hz)

Higher Hz can be found on gaming monitors 144hz or higher.

These high Hz are just marketing BS

Hisense was sued by Sharp which sought to have the licence agreement halted. Hisense was accused of damaging Sharp's brand equity by utilizing its trademarks on products it deemed to be "shoddily manufactured", including those that it believed to have violated U.S. safety standards for electromagnetic radiation, and deceptive advertising of their quality.

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TVs marketed as 4K, only qualified for the lower-res UHD spec.
Edited by: "vasya" 5th Nov

golf_r321 h, 58 m ago

How does this differ to the N5700?Looking on the hisense website it says …How does this differ to the N5700?Looking on the hisense website it says "Wide Colour Gamut = NO" for this TV, whereas the N5700 it says 58%...Anyone know if this is important?


It's the same thing, the standard Rec. 709 colour gamut used for everything except HDR covers 58% of the Rec. 2020 colour gamut that HDR is specified in.

vasya28 m ago

TVs marketed as 4K, only qualified for the lower-res UHD spec.


Yeah, Foxconn/Sharp are really not doing their reputation any favours by acting like this.

Is this panel 10-bit?

vasya19 h, 38 m ago

Hisense was sued by Sharp which sought to have the licence agreement …Hisense was sued by Sharp which sought to have the licence agreement halted. Hisense was accused of damaging Sharp's brand equity by utilizing its trademarks on products it deemed to be "shoddily manufactured", including those that it believed to have violated U.S. safety standards for electromagnetic radiation, and deceptive advertising of their quality.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HisenseTVs marketed as 4K, only qualified for the lower-res UHD spec.



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Robbies8722 m ago

Is this panel 10-bit?


No this is a 8-bit + FRC

golf_r3221 h, 10 m ago

How does this differ to the N5700?Looking on the hisense website it says …How does this differ to the N5700?Looking on the hisense website it says "Wide Colour Gamut = NO" for this TV, whereas the N5700 it says 58%...Anyone know if this is important?



This model is the same spec and design as the N5700 range

girliestar23 h, 57 m ago

Where are the tv inspectors? need their views on this


Pros:
- A LOT of screen for £600!
- 2017 Model
- Freeview HD with built-in PVR
- 2 Year Guarantee (better than 1 year!)

Cons:
- Not 'True 4K' (HD content is upscaled instead)
- Not 'True 10 Bit' HDR (found in more expensive models)
- Direct LED Backlight (Halo effect?)
- No FreeSat HD (not a deal breaker by any means)

No idea whether 10 Bit HDR screens will come down in price by Black Friday. Either way, you're unlikely to get a 60" for this price. Have some heat OP...

Edge2136 m ago

Cons:-... Direct LED Backlight (Halo effect?)...


Wait I thought Direct backlighting was better than edge-lit? And aren't all TVs 3840x2160 4k?
Edited by: "Rob_1304" 6th Nov

Rob_13041 h, 2 m ago

Wait I thought Direct backlighting was better than edge-lit? And aren't …Wait I thought Direct backlighting was better than edge-lit? And aren't all TVs 3840x2160 4k?


Direct LED TV's were known to suffer from the 'Halo Effect' but this depends on the tech behind each model. Edge-lit is getting much better and allows for a thinner set too. I guess you'll have to see the set with your own eyes to make a judgement about which you prefer!

Difference between 4K and Upscaled UHD TV's explained here:
extremetech.com/ext…ing

Edge2118 m ago

Direct LED TV's were known to suffer from the 'Halo Effect' but this …Direct LED TV's were known to suffer from the 'Halo Effect' but this depends on the tech behind each model. Edge-lit is getting much better and allows for a thinner set too. I guess you'll have to see the set with your own eyes to make a judgement about which you prefer!Difference between 4K and Upscaled UHD TV's explained here:http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/174221-no-tv-makers-4k-and-uhd-are-not-the-same-thing


Cheers for the additional info on the lighting tech, as for the 4k/UHD thing, I get the differences, but every '4k' TV I've seen has the same 3840x2160 resolution, so to put this as a Con for this particular set when (afaik), all '4k' TVs have the same resolution, is a little unfair, isn't it?

Are there True 4k, 4096x2160 TVs out there? I'd imagine they'll cost more than the sets in this price range

Edge219 h, 19 m ago

Direct LED TV's were known to suffer from the 'Halo Effect'


I think you may be confusing direct lit and local dimming there.

There are no 4096x2160 TVs. That resolution is only used for cinema. 4K in a TV context is identical to UHD.
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