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50 inch Hisense H50U7BUK 4K Ultra HD HDR **ULED** Smart TV + 2 Year Warranty - £439 with code @ HughesDirect eBay
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50 inch Hisense H50U7BUK 4K Ultra HD HDR **ULED** Smart TV + 2 Year Warranty - £439 with code @ HughesDirect eBay

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Posted 27th Aug 2019

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Great Price for 50 inch **ULED** 4K TV

4K Ultra HD HDRSmart TV100 Motion RateFreeview HDA Energy RatingTV Energy Efficiency Class AScreen Size in 50Screen Type ULEDSmart TVWi-fi: Built-InScreen Resolution 4K Ultra HDRefresh Rate 60HzSound Systems Optical ConnectionTV Dolby Atmos: YHDMI Connection 4Remote Control YWall Mountable: VESA: 200x200mmFreeview Play YModel Year 2019HDR YGuarantee 1 YearOS VIDAA OSBrand: HisenseModel: H50U7BUKAlso Known As: H50U7BWeight with Stand (kg): 15.5With Stand HxWxD (mm): H:711 x W:1112 x D:296Without Stand HxWxD (mm): H:644 x W:1112 x D:62
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Oooo now this is tempting
Just purchased this the other week, stunning piece of kit for the money...
Anyone no the input lag on this will it be good for competitive gaming
The 55" ULED is (with the code) £539.
Watched some brilliant reviews of the older U7A on YouTube. This newer U7B seems to have dropped the 400 nit, 120 Hz panel, for a 350 nit, 60 Hz one but it now has local area dimming (plus some other bits & bobs) which the U7A didn't have (see link)...

displayspecifications.com/en/…310

You can still get the U7A on Amazon for £499. Can any of you TV buffs out there please advise a 4k TV newbie which is the better buy? Thanks.
Blimey Apur you have been busy today easy tiger your going too fast

Great price heat added
Edited by: "PennyTrader" 27th Aug 2019
deleted123170027/08/2019 22:29

Blimey Apur you have been busy today easy tiger your going too fast Blimey Apur you have been busy today easy tiger your going too fast Great price heat added


Thank you @PennyTrader .... Holidays over ... Back to work tomorrow
Beginnnig to wonder if I should cancel my OLED order and just buy a ULED for half the price
JL promise match?
My U7A died after a year but was good while it lasted. JL refunded and I went for the U7B which was delivered today. Looks promising, sound excellent like last model. £499 from JL with £50 cashback from Hisense.
That means £449, last message not clear
tom619527/08/2019 22:36

JL promise match?


No, won't match an eBay price using a discount code.
robertr27/08/2019 23:18

No, won't match an eBay price using a discount code.


Yes this seems correct
Edited by: "apur32" 27th Aug 2019
ULED? ULOL
Tempted but reading comments this tv is available at John Lewis for £499 but you get £50 cash back making it £449 with a 5 year warranty but 2 year warranty here for £439.
mike3327/08/2019 23:31

Tempted but reading comments this tv is available at John Lewis for £499 …Tempted but reading comments this tv is available at John Lewis for £499 but you get £50 cash back making it £449 with a 5 year warranty but 2 year warranty here for £439.


Cashback offer expired on 20th August so JL should remove this cashback offer from their website. Yes, 5 year warranty definitely worth getting
Edited by: "apur32" 27th Aug 2019
apur3227/08/2019 23:34

Cashback offer expired on 20th August so JL should remove this cashback …Cashback offer expired on 20th August so JL should remove this cashback business from their website. Yes 5 year warranty definitely worth getting


Ok thanks so your deal is the best available at the moment,nice find.
mike3327/08/2019 23:37

Ok thanks so your deal is the best available at the moment,nice find.


Thank you @mike33 if it is not the best offer then I would have received few links here already
Where does it state 2yr warranty? in the description it says 1yr
Edited by: "satty83" 28th Aug 2019
HOT deal!
satty8328/08/2019 00:27

Where does it state 2yr warranty? in the description it says 1yr


On the picture it says 2 years
apur3228/08/2019 06:05

On the picture it says 2 years


Yea I saw that but the description only states 1. I wonder if it's with the manufacturer directly?
satty8328/08/2019 06:38

Yea I saw that but the description only states 1. I wonder if it's with …Yea I saw that but the description only states 1. I wonder if it's with the manufacturer directly?


It is bit confusing so I have contacted Hisense support and Hughes direct for the clarification. I will get back as soon as I get a response
Edited by: "apur32" 28th Aug 2019
apur3228/08/2019 06:40

It is bit confusing so I have contacted Hisense support and Huggies direct …It is bit confusing so I have contacted Hisense support and Huggies direct for the clarification. I will get back as soon as I get a response


Excellent. Will wait to see what they say.
Reasonable review of the U7B here but you'll need to get Google to translate it from Spanish to English...

giztele.com/his…es/

Just a bit concerned about whether the 300 nit brightness will be enough for HDR. The older U7A had a much brighter panel & might be the better buy. Can anyone advise?
Joe90_guy28/08/2019 08:30

Reasonable review of the U7B here but you'll need to get Google to …Reasonable review of the U7B here but you'll need to get Google to translate it from Spanish to English...https://www.giztele.com/hisense-50u7b-analisis-review-opiniones/Just a bit concerned about whether the 300 nit brightness will be enough for HDR. The older U7A had a much brighter panel & might be the better buy. Can anyone advise?


Yes and no.
If you had oled screen then it can have pure blacks so 300 is ok but not great. To view proper hdr on LCD you need peak 1000nits or you may as well not bother.
satty8328/08/2019 06:38

Yea I saw that but the description only states 1. I wonder if it's with …Yea I saw that but the description only states 1. I wonder if it's with the manufacturer directly?


Hughes support confirmed that it comes with 2 year warranty
Thoughts on this Hisense TV versus the Samsung RU7100 ?
47_per28/08/2019 14:28

Thoughts on this Hisense TV versus the Samsung RU7100 ?


I think this might be better compared to the Samsung Q60R. I was rather keen on this until I read the reviews on Amazon, quite a number of which were truly abysmal!

TBH, the same can also be said for Sony's these days. I'm now figuring that if all TV's are going to be afflicted with freezes, design faults, wi-fi disconnections & a constant need for reboots, I might as well buy a cheap Hisense rather than waste more on a 'brand'.
Edited by: "Joe90_guy" 28th Aug 2019
Just been offered this tv for £479.99 from richersounds with 6 years warranty pricematching hughes direct official website were it is advertised at £499.99 but a £20 take off promotion valid to the 2nd september makes it £479.99 but wondering what to do.
hughes.co.uk/pro…buk
Joe90_guy27/08/2019 22:20

Watched some brilliant reviews of the older U7A on YouTube. This newer U7B …Watched some brilliant reviews of the older U7A on YouTube. This newer U7B seems to have dropped the 400 nit, 120 Hz panel, for a 350 nit, 60 Hz one but it now has local area dimming (plus some other bits & bobs) which the U7A didn't have (see link)...https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/36cdb5310You can still get the U7A on Amazon for £499. Can any of you TV buffs out there please advise a 4k TV newbie which is the better buy? Thanks.


I know a lot of people wouldn't even consider a TV that has than 120Hz. Which is the better TV, i really don't know.

Thanks for the info regarding the U7A.
Edited by: "mattster" 2nd Sep 2019
mattster02/09/2019 12:54

I know a lot of people wouldn't even consider a TV that has than 120Hz. …I know a lot of people wouldn't even consider a TV that has than 120Hz. Which is the better TV, i really don't know.Thanks for the info regarding the U7A.


In the end I bought a Panasonic 49FX750 that I found in John Lewis clearance for £599. It gets delivered tomorrow. The 49FX750 does have a 120 Hz IPS panel. I know it's not going to be perfect (for example, it doesn't have Dolby Vision) but it was the top-of-the-range LED TV in Panasonic's 2018 range, it's relatively cheap & that'll do me.
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