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Hisense H55M7000 55 Inch Smart 4K ULED TV With HDR & Freeview £620.10 @ Crampton & Moore

£620.10 @ Crampton & Moore
Cheapest I can see for this. Great TV, John Lewis will price match with 5 year warranty - imagine Richer Sounds too. Read More
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Cheapest I can see for this. Great TV, John Lewis will price match with 5 year warranty - imagine Richer Sounds too.
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#1
Cheers OP , I'm getting more & more tempted to upgrade my 4 year old LG 47 inch especially with deals like this :D
#2
I'm trying to hold out for the (hopefully) price drop in the next few months when the new batch of TV's come out but very tempted to get a price match & go for this now. Cheers op
#3
good price, however i ended up returning two of mine due to various faults, checkout the thread on av forums loads of info on there
#4
Heats!
#5
Awesome TV at a scorching price :) Full 10bit HDR as well Wow:)
#6
lidds
good price, however i ended up returning two of mine due to various faults, checkout the thread on av forums loads of info on there


hi there could you post the link as i cannot find it. cheers in advanced
#7
seems a good deal but especially with the specification and I need a new TV as my 6yr old panasonic plasma sound is going. am going to wait for the next generation to bring prices down
#8
Richer Sounds wouldn't price match for me because Crampton & Moore only offer a two year guarantee. They did knock £20 off as a gesture of goodwill though, so the eventual £40 difference for an extra 4 year guarantee was worth it imo
#9
anyone one know if this issue has been resolved --

There were also some frustrating compatibility issues regarding the set’s HDR support for some devices. Though the 55M7000UWG worked fine when connected to Panasonic’s 4K Blu-ray player, we were completely unable to display HDR images from the Xbox One S.

Hisense has since released a firmware update which is said to fix this compatibility problem, though we were unable to test it out during our review period
#10
abhijitdash123
Awesome TV at a scorching price :) Full 10bit HDR as well Wow:)


8 bit + frc
#11
I manage HDR fine with my 65inch M7000 via PC - Hitman, Shadow Warrior 2 etc. I believe it's less nits than top end sets but it's almost painfully bright (no exaggeration) even on low intensity. Fantastic set.
#12
alexmurphy01
I manage HDR fine with my 65inch M7000 via PC - Hitman, Shadow Warrior 2 etc. I believe it's less nits than top end sets but it's almost painfully bright (no exaggeration) even on low intensity. Fantastic set.


No exp with HiSense, are they any good who owns them? Are their panels made by?? Or should I stick to big brands like Panasonic or Sony
4 Likes #13
PointDex
alexmurphy01
I manage HDR fine with my 65inch M7000 via PC - Hitman, Shadow Warrior 2 etc. I believe it's less nits than top end sets but it's almost painfully bright (no exaggeration) even on low intensity. Fantastic set.
No exp with HiSense, are they any good who owns them? Are their panels made by?? Or should I stick to big brands like Panasonic or Sony

Personally I'd go for an Onkyo

;)
#14
PointDex
alexmurphy01
I manage HDR fine with my 65inch M7000 via PC - Hitman, Shadow Warrior 2 etc. I believe it's less nits than top end sets but it's almost painfully bright (no exaggeration) even on low intensity. Fantastic set.
No exp with HiSense, are they any good who owns them? Are their panels made by?? Or should I stick to big brands like Panasonic or Sony
Pretty sure they make there own panels.
#15
Godspeed
PointDex
alexmurphy01
I manage HDR fine with my 65inch M7000 via PC - Hitman, Shadow Warrior 2 etc. I believe it's less nits than top end sets but it's almost painfully bright (no exaggeration) even on low intensity. Fantastic set.
No exp with HiSense, are they any good who owns them? Are their panels made by?? Or should I stick to big brands like Panasonic or Sony

Personally I'd go for an Onkyo

;)


Never heard of it, is that a Warehouse
1 Like #16
still waiting for my ten year old Samsung 50" plasma to die... it won't .... can't justify till it does
1 Like #17
gsusx
still waiting for my ten year old Samsung 50" plasma to die... it won't .... can't justify till it does
Love my Samsung plasma. Picture quality is superb and natural.
#18
seanyd
gsusx
still waiting for my ten year old Samsung 50" plasma to die... it won't .... can't justify till it does
Love my Samsung plasma. Picture quality is superb and natural.
only issue I have with mine is green sports on dark screens :(
solid set though madness how long it's lasted
#19
Got this last week in same deal. They do PayPal finance too. Absolutely cracking telly. Blows my 8 year old panny plasma away. Get it and stop debating.
1 Like #20
lionkhan1
abhijitdash123
Awesome TV at a scorching price :) Full 10bit HDR as well Wow:)


8 bit + frc


Nope its a 10bit panel. You are confusing it with m5500 :-)

http://www.techradar.com/reviews/hisense-55-uled-series-7-uhd-tv

Edited By: abhijitdash123 on Feb 06, 2017 13:20: added link
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abhijitdash123
lionkhan1
abhijitdash123
Awesome TV at a scorching price :) Full 10bit HDR as well Wow:)
8 bit + frc
Nope its a 10bit panel. You are confusing it with m5500 :-)http://www.techradar.com/reviews/hisense-55-uled-series-7-uhd-tv

It does indeed have a 10 bit panel but the 8+FRC classification is also correct the reason is that the M7000 cannot process a 10 bit signal the t-con board Hisense use can only handle 8 bit.

Edited By: gazman090970 on Feb 06, 2017 14:35: 1
#22
This or the Samsung 7000 49"?
#23
Debating if to get an hdr 4k TV or a 1080p projector even though I am only an occasional movie and sports watcher. I wanna ask few questions if I may to distinguish between the picture quality of 4ktv and 1080p projector.

Would the image quality of hisense 4k hdr 55m7000 be far superior to Epson tw5300 and vise versa.

Is 55 inches TV big enough to enjoy movie on?

Is it okay to get 4k hdr TV now or wait for the technology to improve further?
#24
Hisense 55m7000 or hisense 58kec730

Edited By: ibl0010 on Feb 06, 2017 15:32
#25
ibl0010
Debating if to get an hdr 4k TV or a 1080p projector even though I am only an occasional movie and sports watcher. I wanna ask few questions if I may to distinguish between the picture quality of 4ktv and 1080p projector.
Would the image quality of hisense 4k hdr 55m7000 be far superior to Epson tw5300 and vise versa.
Is 55 inches TV big enough to enjoy movie on?
Is it okay to get 4k hdr TV now or wait for the technology to improve further?
I'd say that all depends on how close you'll be sitting.
I have both and the projector always provides more wow factor, but then I probably don't sit near enough to my 55" to get the full benefit of 4k.
#26
N1Andy
ibl0010
Debating if to get an hdr 4k TV or a 1080p projector even though I am only an occasional movie and sports watcher. I wanna ask few questions if I may to distinguish between the picture quality of 4ktv and 1080p projector.
Would the image quality of hisense 4k hdr 55m7000 be far superior to Epson tw5300 and vise versa.
Is 55 inches TV big enough to enjoy movie on?
Is it okay to get 4k hdr TV now or wait for the technology to improve further?
I'd say that all depends on how close you'll be sitting.
I have both and the projector always provides more wow factor, but then I probably don't sit near enough to my 55" to get the full benefit of 4k.

The room is 2.8m wide by 3.8m long. In your opinion since you have both. Which is more superior in picture quality: your projector or 4kTV. I am guessing your projector is 1080p.
#27
there's an LG 55" at 629 from currys would rather pay the extra for the name
#28
I was very close to buying this TV but the energy rating (B) is pretty poor.....getting an A+++ TV will save money in the long run.
#29
abhijitdash123
Awesome TV at a scorching price :) Full 10bit HDR as well Wow:)
8 bit + frc not "Wow"
1 Like #30
I have a PS4 Pro and would like to buy a True 10bit HDR TV (not 8bit + FRC). Samsung 55/60 KS7000 is my target, if possible 55KS8000 (The stand is a lot better for my needs). When can I expect a price drop for those TVs?

On that note, is the difference between 8bit+FRC and True 10bit negligible enough, or is it worth holding out for a True 10bit HDR TV?
1 Like #31
PointDex
alexmurphy01
I manage HDR fine with my 65inch M7000 via PC - Hitman, Shadow Warrior 2 etc. I believe it's less nits than top end sets but it's almost painfully bright (no exaggeration) even on low intensity. Fantastic set.


No exp with HiSense, are they any good who owns them? Are their panels made by?? Or should I stick to big brands like Panasonic or Sony


hisense is a big brand
1 Like #32
a simple explanation of the difference between 8 bit (all Hisense TVs) and 10 bit colour
http://www.zero-friction.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/4K-Malas-image-2.png
#33
ahsan_salaam
I have a PS4 Pro and would like to buy a True 10bit HDR TV (not 8bit + FRC). Samsung 55/60 KS7000 is my target, if possible 55KS8000 (The stand is a lot better for my needs). When can I expect a price drop for those TVs?

On that note, is the difference between 8bit+FRC and True 10bit negligible enough, or is it worth holding out for a True 10bit HDR TV?


+1
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TwistedNerve
a simple explanation of the difference between 8 bit (all Hisense TVs) and 10 bit colourhttp://www.zero-friction.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/4K-Malas-image-2.png
That's not strictly correct, as it shows the difference between true 10bit and true 8bit.
8bit+frc effectively simulates 10bit, and the difference should be negligible. You're more likely to notice the lack of nits in brightness than you are the simulated colour gamut.......and this tv does very well in HDR by most accounts compared to the vast majority.
This will far surpass all of the low end Samsung and LG TV's, and those suggesting they'd rather go for a brand name are showing their ignorance of the electronics market - Hisense are the third largest TV manufacturer in the world and make some fabulous sets at decent prices. They've only recently targeted the European market, and i think their current support probably reflects that, which is their main downfall.

Edited By: N1Andy on Feb 06, 2017 17:58: Spielong
1 Like #35
ibl0010
N1Andy
ibl0010
Debating if to get an hdr 4k TV or a 1080p projector even though I am only an occasional movie and sports watcher. I wanna ask few questions if I may to distinguish between the picture quality of 4ktv and 1080p projector.
Would the image quality of hisense 4k hdr 55m7000 be far superior to Epson tw5300 and vise versa.
Is 55 inches TV big enough to enjoy movie on?
Is it okay to get 4k hdr TV now or wait for the technology to improve further?
I'd say that all depends on how close you'll be sitting.
I have both and the projector always provides more wow factor, but then I probably don't sit near enough to my 55" to get the full benefit of 4k.

The room is 2.8m wide by 3.8m long. In your opinion since you have both. Which is more superior in picture quality: your projector or 4kTV. I am guessing your projector is 1080p.
The 4k TV is far superior to the 1080p projector of you sit at the right distance. I sit too far from my TV to get the full benefit of 4k, which is why i think the projector gives more 120" wow!
#36
never a real 10bit panel they cost ££££ http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/1beb5f1 like most 4k hdr tvs at this price point
#37
already posted last week http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hisense-m7000-55-620-10-crampton-moore-2607594#comments

Edited By: discoman2016 on Feb 06, 2017 18:44: 0
#38
Godspeed
PointDex
alexmurphy01
I manage HDR fine with my 65inch M7000 via PC - Hitman, Shadow Warrior 2 etc. I believe it's less nits than top end sets but it's almost painfully bright (no exaggeration) even on low intensity. Fantastic set.
No exp with HiSense, are they any good who owns them? Are their panels made by?? Or should I stick to big brands like Panasonic or Sony

Personally I'd go for an Onkyo

;)


Think your confusing TVs for yogurts pal. Personally I'd go for a Matsui every time (_;)
#39
N1Andy
ibl0010
N1Andy
ibl0010
Debating if to get an hdr 4k TV or a 1080p projector even though I am only an occasional movie and sports watcher. I wanna ask few questions if I may to distinguish between the picture quality of 4ktv and 1080p projector.
Would the image quality of hisense 4k hdr 55m7000 be far superior to Epson tw5300 and vise versa.
Is 55 inches TV big enough to enjoy movie on?
Is it okay to get 4k hdr TV now or wait for the technology to improve further?
I'd say that all depends on how close you'll be sitting.
I have both and the projector always provides more wow factor, but then I probably don't sit near enough to my 55" to get the full benefit of 4k.
The room is 2.8m wide by 3.8m long. In your opinion since you have both. Which is more superior in picture quality: your projector or 4kTV. I am guessing your projector is 1080p.
The 4k TV is far superior to the 1080p projector of you sit at the right distance. I sit too far from my TV to get the full benefit of 4k, which is why i think the projector gives more 120" wow!

What would be the ideal distance to sit from TV to see the full benefits of 4k. Do you think a 55 or 58 inches is too big for a room of 2.8 and 3.8.
#40
would I see a massive difference is pic quality.I've got a 2011 Panasonic plasma or should I just stick with it

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