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Seiki 39" 4k uhd TV £189.99 at ebuyer
Seiki 39" 4k uhd TV £189.99 at ebuyer

Seiki 39" 4k uhd TV £189.99 at ebuyer

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4k tv 39" for under £200 not to be sniffed at. Its not hdmi 2 and isn't the best quality 4ktv but is is a lot of screen for the price!

Enhance your experience

Seiki Digital offers smart, savvy TV buyers and PC users the ultimate digital entertainment experience with its 39” 4K Ultra HDTV. Featuring a slim design, edge-lit LED panel capable of 3,840 x 2,160 resolution, the Seiki 39” 4K Ultra HDTV displays every detail with greater clarity than current HD 1080p displays, and every video plays smoothly with minimal pixilation and blurs, thanks to its 120Hz refresh rate and 6.5ms response time. The Seiki 39” 4K Ultra HDTV model features built-in digital and analogue channel tuning, USB media port for displaying up to 4K images and playing MP3, and multiple video and audio connections to support current HD video content. The model is also packaged with an HDMI 1.4 standrd cable to enable video resolutions beyond 1080p.

Action with Ultra HD picture quality

Expect wonderful things from Seiki's 39" TV – starting with a Ultra HD picture quality which is fresh, clear, and lively life-like, and enhanced by better detail and life some colour. Enjoy movies, sporting events and drama.

Plays well with others

With Ultra HD, you’ll be able to enjoy your favourite shows and movies in the best resolution possible—whether it’s SD or HD, DVD or Blu-ray. And as more and more 4K content becomes available in the near future, you’ll be one of the first to see it in its full Ultra HD glory.

Hi-definition x4

Remember how excited you were the first time you saw HD? Multiply that by four and you’ll understand 4K Ultra HD from Seiki. With over 8 million individual pixels (3,840 x 2,160) compared to about 2 million (1,920 x 1,080) on your current HDTV, the picture provides stunning clarity and colours that far surpass anything you’ve seen before. Put simply, you have to see it to believe it.

Better connected

3 x HDMI connections: Get excellent picture and sound from your HD source. The High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) is a digital connection that can transmit HD video and audio over a single cable. Use it to optimise the image quality when you connect your TV to high-definition sources such as an HD cable TV, satellite receiver, or Blu-ray player.

Additional Connectivity

Seiki LED TVs offer an optical digital audio output, which can be used with compatible audio systems, and have SCART and component video inputs for connecting other video equipment. If you have music, video or JPEG files you want to play there’s a USB media reader too, compatible with all popular file formats.

Energy Efficient

Seiki TVs use the latest high-efficiency LED panels and are A Energy Efficient rated, ensuring that you can watch your favourite shows without worrying unduly about your energy consumption.

Simply Brilliant

Seiki believes everyone deserves a well-made TV, and goes to great lengths to make sure its TVs are the highest quality and available at a fair price. Seiki believes the next ‘big thing’ is a great television everyone can afford. One that offers the same clarity of video and audio featured on the higher priced TVs, but without the add-ons that bring the higher price. Seiki is part of one of the largest manufacturers of TVs in the world. This allows Seiki to create considerable efficiencies that it gladly passes along to customers. Seiki believes a no-nonsense TV delivers big on sight and sound. So Seiki starts with only the most advanced panels for the highest picture quality and use high performance amplifiers to power its speakers.

Technical Specification

Display

• Panel Size: 39”
• Active Area: 853.92mm(H) x480.33mm(V)
• Aspect Ratio: 16:9
• Resolution: 3840x2160
• Refresh Rate: 120Hz
• Brightness: 250 cd/m2
• Contrast Ratio: 5000:1
• Viewing Angle: 176°(H) x 176°(V)(CR≥10)
• Response Time: 6.5ms

Electronics

• Scaler Solution: MSD309B+MST6M40
• DNR: 3D
• Digital Comb Filter/Type: 3D

TV System & Video Standards

• TV System: "PAL/SECAM(B/G,D/K,I,L/L')/DVB-T"
• Max Storage: 100(ATV) / ≥400(Dynamic)(DTV)
• Composite / S-Video Input: PAL/NTSC/SECAM

Video Connections

• Analog & Digital TV Tuner
• Mini Component Input (Y,Cb,Cr/Y,Pb,Pr)
• VGA Input (15 pin D-Sub)
• SCART Input
• Mini AV
• CI Slot In
• HDMI x3
• USB

Audio

• Audio Output: 2 x 6W
• Audio Surround

Audio Connections

• Stereo Mini Phono Jack
• RCA Inpout
• Headphone
• COAX Output

Features

• Built in 3D PAL/NTSC Comb Filter
• Built in 3D Video Noise Reduction
• Built in NICAM/A2
• Support 1000pages Teletext
• Support PVR/Playback
• Digital/Analog Channel auto tuning
• MHEG-5(UK)/Favorite Channel Edition/Subtitle/Audio Language
• Component & HDMI supports: 480I,576I,480P,576P,720P,1080I ,1080P,4k2k 30HZ(Only HDMI)
• USB Surpport File Format: MPEG1/-2, MP3,JPEG
• OSD Language: English/French/Spanish/German/Italian/Portuguese

Power

• Power Source: AC100-240V 50/60Hz
• Power On: 95W

Dimensions

• VESA 200 x 200mm
• With Stand: WxHxD 89.10x59.10x22.80cm 7.6kg
• Without Stand: 89.10x53.00x8.70cm 7.2kg

81 Comments

Rubbish TV

No mkv support it looks

Absolute bargain.

I personally wouldn't buy it but my parents are still with their £260 8 year old TV from ebuyer and it does a more than adequate job.
Cheap is just that, but I doubt it's worthless as some cheap tech is.

Has it Come with Wifi?

Has it come wit wifi

any discount codes that will stack with this ?

osmek

Has it come wit wifi



​it's not a smart TV so won't have a need for wifi.


It's a lot of inputs for the money alone.

just ordered as a media player for my PC , i will have a 27 inch monitor for browsing and games. and this plugged in to my PC through HDMI cable for watching hd movies on.

I have a Seiki tele and its good value for money. This is a bargain, heat added.

Quite

bcham

just ordered as a media player for my PC , i will have a 27 inch monitor … just ordered as a media player for my PC , i will have a 27 inch monitor for browsing and games. and this plugged in to my PC through HDMI cable for watching hd movies on.



​You may regret that, given that 4k is only supported at 30Hz.

For the price it looks pretty good, but only Freeview (not even Freeview HD on an Ultra HD TV???) and "Audio Output: 2 x 6W" put me off. Otherwise, I would be very interested.

Quite large input lag. Just about usable through a PC, but annoying.

GothBoy

​You may regret that, given that 4k is only supported at 30Hz.



If he's using it for movies then it doesn't matter, they're all in 24fps anyway. Main issue is a lack of 4k content still making these things useless.

bcham

just ordered as a media player for my PC , i will have a 27 inch monitor … just ordered as a media player for my PC , i will have a 27 inch monitor for browsing and games. and this plugged in to my PC through HDMI cable for watching hd movies on.



If you're only watching 1080p HD movies, then get yourself a 1080p tv. No point getting this if you have no content to take advantage of the higher res screen. And Seiki aren't exactly the word for quality, they're like Alba and Bush... A bit crappy.

when 4k content comes out ill watch it from my pc to tv

osmek

Has it Come with Wifi?


me no think it wifi has

What can you use the 4K for on this TV? It's utterly pointless isn't it.

fishmaster

What can you use the 4K for on this TV? It's utterly pointless isn't it.


you tube has 4k content.

Didnt review well so not bothering, no freeview HD either.

GothBoy

​You may regret that, given that 4k is only supported at 30Hz.


30 Hz means this is essentially unusable for 4k on a PC.

4k movies are only 24 hz so should work fine .gaming is another matter.

osmek

Has it come wit wifi


What when for come not wifi maybe.

Whatever happened to 37" TV's?

It would make a decent TV/monitor for movies.

Been using one of these as a PC Monitor for a couple of years, (Paid £500 then) from Amazon US including Shipping and Duty.

Its a great screen for use as a monitor for photo editing and large screen work..

Dont regret what I paid for it 2 years ago and its a steal at the Ebuyer price

Just buy an Nvidia card (GTX 970/980, I assume it works with 960 and other devices now) and use DSR which upscales your resolution to 4K at 60hz. There is absolutely no difference between a native 4K TV and a upscaled DSR 1080p TV/Monitor, I've tested this side by side before returning the 4K TV I purchased.

I currently play older games such as Portal 2, Diablo 3, Hearthstone and I can tell you the quality using DSR at 4K resolution looks absolutely stunning compared to 1080p.

I am thinking a monitor for playing poker with multiple tables open at once maybe? Also double up as my TV for when I just wanna chill. Can't really think of anything better at under £200.

could use this as a cheap tablet

As I have this television I can offer (in my opinion) a review.

Packaged well, contains :-
39" 4K TV - surprisingly light, 15mm screen border
Stand - Very nice heavy black glass, solid as a rock when attached to the TV, no wobbles at all
Remote control - SEIKI branded TV remote, nothing special, but it works well from wide angles
"KingKong" batteries - sure they must be the biggest, baddest batteries as there 'KingKong'
MiniAV converter cable - phono to mini-AV (CVBS/R/L)
Mini YPBPR converter cable - Y/PB/PR to mini-YPBPR
1.8m HDMI cable - quite a nice gold plated SEIKI branded blue braided cable
Boxed U-Vision cable - SEIKI branded 4k up-scaling cable for those without proper 4K set-ups
Quick Set-up Guide
User Manual
Screws - for attaching the stand to the TV, these are poor, make sure you use the right screwdriver bit

Okes, now onto the important bits, the physical testing. Bare in mind this is tested from the point of view of someone who will use it for a monitor for desktop work, including coding, graphics, general email/web browsing and Office.

General:-
Windows 7 detected this and worked out the box, no extra configuration needed. Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 also automatically recognised this

Picture:-
Contrast and brightness are good, on par with my LG
Text is as clear and perfectly readable from approx 3 feet
Colours are well represented

Input Lag:-
4K has some input lag but its not that bad, and I think its something I would get used to if I was on a budget
1080p slightly less input lag with default firmware
4k gaming has slightly higher lag than desktop and not advised, but 1080p is acceptable so long as its not FPS

Moving video:-
Initial video streaming tests are good, with high bit rate 1080p sources showing great colour and definition, although it does have slight ghosting on very fast movement. On certain content there may also be a slight delay between video and audio sync so you would need to use software players that can account for this.

My conclusion:-
The TV is what it was designed to be, a budget 4K device. It does offer good screen quality on desktop and normal video content, but struggles with fast content. It would be a great desktop monitor for those who can get used to the input lag but need the extra screen real estate for large Excel spreadsheets, coding or photo editing.

So if you use 4K desktop and don't FPS game at 1080p this monitor will just about fit those needs. If you used 'beet my price' you can get it for about £178, tagged with 15% Quidco currently, this costs about £152. At that price its an absolute bargain. But, and this is a big but, if you struggle with any input lag, or expect to game in 4K this is not the screen for you.

Regards
Flea
Edited by: "Fleabum" 26th Aug 2015

NEtech

I am thinking a monitor for playing poker with multiple tables open at … I am thinking a monitor for playing poker with multiple tables open at once maybe? Also double up as my TV for when I just wanna chill. Can't really think of anything better at under £200.



GTX 960 are £140? Turns your standard 1080p monitor into a 4K one?

titchyyyyy

GTX 960 are £140? Turns your standard 1080p monitor into a 4K one?



But does it add an extra 15 inches? The missus keeps asking for a bigger one.

GothBoy

​You may regret that, given that 4k is only supported at 30Hz.


Meh, doubtful that current 4k TV's will be all that exciting when 2016 hits anyway so you're getting a good sized TV for a dirt cheap price.
Loads more room in the technical specs for 4K to change some more so any 4k TV is a waste, removing 4k from the discussion and this TV is still a bargain.

I voted cold because, from what everyone is saying about the lack of even the most basic of things you would want from a "television", this is woefully lacking. "But...but...can be used for a monitor!". It's a TV deal. For good deals on a 4K monitor, search for a 4K monitor deal. And what's the reliability of this thing, given a price point like that. If it's not great - you're going to be replacing it anyway - which means your "39" 4K TV for £190!" is an entirely false economy.

Spare room? Kids room? Bedroom TV? This price can't be beat. Heat added.

whats the difference from this to this usa one Seiki SE39UY04 will they use the same firmware.

ahahhah, at £1000 when it came out everybody wanted it because the cheapest 4k tv around

fishmaster

What can you use the 4K for on this TV? It's utterly pointless isn't it.



Netflix

Ferrari with a ford engine ?

I prefer a good Sorny or a Panaphonics. Especially the one built with the durable outer casing to prevent fallapart.
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