4K UHD TV Question.

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^^ That's good to hear!

We've been toying with the idea of a new set. Our current one, nearly 10 years old now, is fine other than some shadowing on the screen visible when there's lots of white in a scene, plus is taking an age now to switch inputs. I saw this 50" HiSense on Amazon which is quite tempting at £279, three inches larger than our current TV and half the price! I've no idea if they are a good brand, but it looks good with "4K UHD HDR Smart TV with Freeview play, and Alexa Built-in" - and there's free returns if it turned out to be pants!
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Hisense are a cheap Chinese manufacturer. They have fairly good reviews but obviously there will be reasons why it's only £279 when decent ones are a few £100's more. Like poor viewing angles, uneven lighting of the screen, tinny speakers (no problem if you use a sound bar) and cheap component/build quality.

It's worth a go, Dave as you can return it!
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finlux wrote: It's worth a go, Dave as you can return it!
You're probably right, but part of me is thinking "is it worth the hassle?" as our current TV, although not perfect, isn't bad!
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