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Cheap Chinese can beat the expensive brands after all

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Samsung watch out. http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/article/604431/review-hisense-amazing-uled-tv-beats-samsung-entire-range/
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Hisense have been threatening this for a while.

Good for them!
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I'm not sold on this at all. His main gripe is that he had to select a different screen mode on the other TVs when watching different video feeds. Zero technical checking, also a vague idea about what TV he's reviewing as he quotes the range.
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I'm struggling to find the model number of the TV they were actually looking at in that article.

4k.com said the 7 series had crap contrast and washed out black:

http://4k.com/tv/hisense-h7gb2-review-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-50h7gb2-55h7b2-65h7b2/
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moneysavingkitten
I'm struggling to find the model number of the TV they were actually looking at in that article.
4k.com said the 7 series had crap contrast and washed out black:http://4k.com/tv/hisense-h7gb2-review-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-50h7gb2-55h7b2-65h7b2/
I had a quick look into it and someone quoted that the smaller size sets used edge lighting whilst the larger used local dimming but I've found nothing solid to support this.
2 Likes #6
Suppose it's only what Samsung did to the big Japanese companies years ago
#7
http://www.bairdtelevision.com/colour1.jpg
1944 HiDef Colour TV :)
#8
Haha Samdung
#9
Think edge lit tvs with va panels are best.
They are easy on the eye, i.e. white scenes dont burn out your retinas.

Oled and other point source tvs may look great in a brightly lit shop, but the whites are very bright, so in a darkened room the huge contrast between black and whites scenes may be uncomfortable.

This is all just a theory,
but until ive tried an oled at home in real world conditions, i am not convinced

Edited By: lumsdot on Aug 07, 2016 17:08: .
#10
lumsdot
Think edge lit tvs with va panels are best.
They are easy on the eye, i.e. white scenes dont burn out your retinas.

Oled and other point source tvs may look great in a brightly lit shop, but the whites are very bright, so in a darkened room the huge contrast between black and whites scenes may be uncomfortable.

This is all just a theory,
but until ive tried an oled at home in real world conditions, i am not convinced


‚ÄčLocal dim backlit is the best. The problem you're having is that you need bias back lighting on your TV setup.
#11
One of the worst "technical" reviews I've ever read. I'd love Hisense to make great tv's, but they just don't compare to a decent brand, their support is terrible & their response times for gaming are shocking.
#12
lumsdot
Think edge lit tvs with va panels are best.
They are easy on the eye, i.e. white scenes dont burn out your retinas.
Oled and other point source tvs may look great in a brightly lit shop, but the whites are very bright, so in a darkened room the huge contrast between black and whites scenes may be uncomfortable.
This is all just a theory,
but until ive tried an oled at home in real world conditions, i am not convinced
If your contrast between the two is good enough you don't need incredible brightness.

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