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Hisense H65M7000 4K UHD TV NOW £1,029.00 @ Crampton and Moore! 9/10 review by AVFORUMS

£1029.00 @ BT Shop
Hisense are not to be ignored, this set, currently the top end has had a very good review by AVFORUMS a trusted and respected reviewer. They are pretty thorough. For the price you will not get better … Read More
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Hisense are not to be ignored, this set, currently the top end has had a very good review by AVFORUMS a trusted and respected reviewer. They are pretty thorough. For the price you will not get better and even beats likes of Samsung at many things. One not to be ignored. 65" for now (BT were cheapest at £1128) £1029!! and from Crampton and Moore!
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1 Like #2
dudeonline
Yeh read that yesterday looks like Samsung and Sony are going to have to up the ante many on avforums are looking at getting this instead of Samsung 7000 series!
#3
@jaybeam yeah agreed!
#4
Trustedreviews gave 8/10 another great result.. When Samsung was in it's infancy it was seen as a cheap brand. Look where they are now..
#5
I wish I could see one in action. The 300 peak brightness worries me though. Think I'd rather pay a bit more for a Samsung 7000. Or a lot less for an m3300 and accept I'm getting a budget tv.
#6
@benjam1n - yes the brightness came up, but even considering that, against the Samsung the advice was the Hisense was still probably the better bet.
1 Like #7
Native blacks were better than Samsung so much so there was the suggestion you could leave local dimming off if you wanted, when on, blacks were superb.
1 Like #8
what warranty does it come with?
#9
@carloroberts1 not sure, get in touch with BT. I would say this.. The SOG act states 6 years now for TVs although you have to prove the fault. I have certainly managed to get repairs done under this for my Panasonic out of warranty. Purchase with a credit card (not paypal) for extra weight behind you.
#10
benjam1n
I wish I could see one in action. The 300 peak brightness worries me though. Think I'd rather pay a bit more for a Samsung 7000. Or a lot less for an m3300 and accept I'm getting a budget tv.
Respectfully have a look at the review owners threads on avforums before buying a Samsung 7000. I was about to pull the trigger on the 55" until I read the threads. Real hit and miss if you get a half decent one some people have even had to exchange three because of bad q/c personally I would not put up with that.

Edited By: Jaybeam on Nov 23, 2016 09:51
1 Like #11
Own the 65k 720 and the 75M900 hisense
And for price, picture quality and gaming there both excellent
Black's are great and the colors really pop especially on the 75m7 900
Great buy heatYour text here
2 Likes #12
went for the 55M7000 version, Amazon is doing it for £649.99 daily deal
1 Like #13
benjam1n
I wish I could see one in action. The 300 peak brightness worries me though. Think I'd rather pay a bit more for a Samsung 7000. Or a lot less for an m3300 and accept I'm getting a budget tv.


So no hdr. Quite pricey for the features then
2 Likes #14
so impressed to hear Hisense are mapping content at 1000 nits correctly, now I do feel they've missed a trick though - if they'd have used 120 zone FALD tech (like they did with the K720 that was about the same price) and maybe just used one of those 550 nit panels (instead of 1000 ni) they would of had an undeniable smash hit

that aside though we have HDMI 2.0a ports and a true 10 bit panel not to mention Hisense's 2 year warranty. If I was in the market for an LCD TV it would be this or a second hand 58" DX902 (£1499), can't go wrong with either really
#16
Ideas for a stand?
#17
fantastic TV, got it from BT shop a few months ago.
#18
Out of interest how / why is this better than the Hisense 65M5500 which is a lot cheaper and has HDR via firmware upgrade?
#19
SpamJavelin
Out of interest how / why is this better than the Hisense 65M5500 which is a lot cheaper and has HDR via firmware upgrade?

I suppose the cheaper model has software HDR and this model has hardware HDR, which is know as "true/proper" HDR 10bit.
2 Likes #20
millward84
Ideas for a stand?

Use the one included in the box?
2 Likes #21
Great looking telly, and currently on my watchlist over Black Friday, but it's worth noting Richer Sounds have this for just an extra 20 odd notes and it's got the 6 year warranty included, if you prefer a less quibble repair process.
#22
wifi300usb
so impressed to hear Hisense are mapping content at 1000 nits correctly, now I do feel they've missed a trick though - if they'd have used 120 zone FALD tech (like they did with the K720 that was about the same price) and maybe just used one of those 550 nit panels (instead of 1000 ni) they would of had an undeniable smash hit
that aside though we have HDMI 2.0a ports and a true 10 bit panel not to mention Hisense's 2 year warranty. If I was in the market for an LCD TV it would be this or a second hand 58" DX902 (£1499), can't go wrong with either really
It's 8 Bit, get your facts right.
2 Likes #23
mcormack
wifi300usb
so impressed to hear Hisense are mapping content at 1000 nits correctly, now I do feel they've missed a trick though - if they'd have used 120 zone FALD tech (like they did with the K720 that was about the same price) and maybe just used one of those 550 nit panels (instead of 1000 ni) they would of had an undeniable smash hit
that aside though we have HDMI 2.0a ports and a true 10 bit panel not to mention Hisense's 2 year warranty. If I was in the market for an LCD TV it would be this or a second hand 58" DX902 (£1499), can't go wrong with either really
It's 8 Bit, get your facts right.

No need to be an ass about it. please show proof his ”facts” are wrong?.

Avforums saying its 10bit,
Hukd Kenny McCormick says 8bit?

I know who I trust!
#24
amb47uk
mcormack
wifi300usb
so impressed to hear Hisense are mapping content at 1000 nits correctly, now I do feel they've missed a trick though - if they'd have used 120 zone FALD tech (like they did with the K720 that was about the same price) and maybe just used one of those 550 nit panels (instead of 1000 ni) they would of had an undeniable smash hit
that aside though we have HDMI 2.0a ports and a true 10 bit panel not to mention Hisense's 2 year warranty. If I was in the market for an LCD TV it would be this or a second hand 58" DX902 (£1499), can't go wrong with either really
It's 8 Bit, get your facts right.
No need to be an ass about it. please show proof his ”facts” are wrong?.
Avforums saying its 10bit,
Hukd Kenny McCormick says 8bit?
I know who I trust!
displayspecifications.com
#25
mcormack
wifi300usb
so impressed to hear Hisense are mapping content at 1000 nits correctly, now I do feel they've missed a trick though - if they'd have used 120 zone FALD tech (like they did with the K720 that was about the same price) and maybe just used one of those 550 nit panels (instead of 1000 ni) they would of had an undeniable smash hit
that aside though we have HDMI 2.0a ports and a true 10 bit panel not to mention Hisense's 2 year warranty. If I was in the market for an LCD TV it would be this or a second hand 58" DX902 (£1499), can't go wrong with either really
It's 8 Bit, get your facts right.

AVForums Review says it's a 10 bit panel at the bottom, they wrong?
#26
wifi300usb
mcormack
wifi300usb
so impressed to hear Hisense are mapping content at 1000 nits correctly, now I do feel they've missed a trick though - if they'd have used 120 zone FALD tech (like they did with the K720 that was about the same price) and maybe just used one of those 550 nit panels (instead of 1000 ni) they would of had an undeniable smash hit
that aside though we have HDMI 2.0a ports and a true 10 bit panel not to mention Hisense's 2 year warranty. If I was in the market for an LCD TV it would be this or a second hand 58" DX902 (£1499), can't go wrong with either really
It's 8 Bit, get your facts right.
AVForums Review says it's a 10 bit panel at the bottom, they wrong?
See Above!
#27
Out of interest, if you preferred to buy from richer sounds or John Lewis if they priced match.

Who would you buy from?

Do richer sounds have good customer services with there warranty if there is a fault?
#28
minty72
Out of interest, if you preferred to buy from richer sounds or John Lewis if they priced match.
Who would you buy from?
Do richer sounds have good customer services with there warranty if there is a fault?
JL then Richer both excellent though.
Amazon nearly price matching +99p more... https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01FTG74SK?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=av0c-21

Edited By: morrig on Nov 23, 2016 22:38: Price at Amazon.
#29
minty72
Out of interest, if you preferred to buy from richer sounds or John Lewis if they priced match.
Who would you buy from?
Do richer sounds have good customer services with there warranty if there is a fault?
I'd generally prefer the support of a bigger company over a smaller outlet but in this case richer sounds have a pretty good aftercare rep and they offer a 6 year warranty, over JLs 5.
#30
amb47uk
millward84
Ideas for a stand?

Use the one included in the box?


Tv unit
1 Like #31
minty72
Out of interest, if you preferred to buy from richer sounds or John Lewis if they priced match.
Who would you buy from?
Do richer sounds have good customer services with there warranty if there is a fault?

RS all day long.
SHOULD anything go wrong they loan you a telly whilst yours is not working, and they are deciding on the course of action for your set(fix/replace).
And it's six vs five years(JL) for the warranty period.
#32
millward84
amb47uk
millward84
Ideas for a stand?
Use the one included in the box?
Tv unit

Now I get you....as this has legs either side of the TV make sure the unitt is atleast 120 to 130cm wide. I don't get the design trend tbh it is inconvenient to most
#33
mcormack
amb47uk
mcormack
wifi300usb
so impressed to hear Hisense are mapping content at 1000 nits correctly, now I do feel they've missed a trick though - if they'd have used 120 zone FALD tech (like they did with the K720 that was about the same price) and maybe just used one of those 550 nit panels (instead of 1000 ni) they would of had an undeniable smash hit
that aside though we have HDMI 2.0a ports and a true 10 bit panel not to mention Hisense's 2 year warranty. If I was in the market for an LCD TV it would be this or a second hand 58" DX902 (£1499), can't go wrong with either really
It's 8 Bit, get your facts right.
No need to be an ass about it. please show proof his ”facts” are wrong?.
Avforums saying its 10bit,
Hukd Kenny McCormick says 8bit?
I know who I trust!
displayspecifications.com

The general consensus is that displayspecs is wrong on this and this has been confirmed 10bit
#34
The Hisense model in USA (7000) is the same as the one in Europe. 8 Bit
1 Like #35
Returned ours as the colours are off, orange not red and got a panasonic 750, much better tv and twice as bright which made a big difference on HDR, better colour accuracy and a smart system with HDR apps, also had alot of bamding on football on both the Hisense we had, was £100 more but overall much better.
#36
No TV is perfect straight out of the box. Look at the AVFORUMS reviews and you'll see they calibrate to get the most out of the TV and this TV was no different to other brands they review, yes some may be better out of the box, but if others aren't it doesn't mean they are 'worse' sets. Do your research.
#37
Dude i read the reviews all the time and who says i havent calibrated my TVs, in my experience, the Panasonic is the much better TV, smart system has actual HDR apps, the screen is twice as bright and the actual picture quality is better.

You just sound like some bitter fan boy.
2 Likes #38
10bit panel. 8bit board dithered to 10bit.
my eyes can't tell.
oh and reds did look orange at first. tweaked a little and now it's great.
#39
waynebeetison
Dude i read the reviews all the time and who says i havent calibrated my TVs, in my experience, the Panasonic is the much better TV, smart system has actual HDR apps, the screen is twice as bright and the actual picture quality is better.

You just sound like some bitter fan boy.


Not at all I own a 55" Panasonic plasma vt30 series still stunning picture. For the money the review said you can't get better that's the key point. The review overall was a 9 and avforums don't just give out 9s. It's about personal likes too. What one person finds important the next doesn't.
#40
£100 cheaper over at Amazon on Prim, for anyone interested.

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