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4K Ultra HD - stunningly realistic picture quality and pin-sharp clarity.
HDR technology - dramatically enhances detail by maximising contrast and colour accuracy.
DTS Studio Sound - volume levelling, bass enhancement, speaker EQ and dialog enhancement technology.
VIDAA U 3.0 Smart TV - access Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube, Freeview Play and more.
Freeview Play - catch up on the last 7 days via BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5 and UKTV Play.
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MBCH01/11/2019 09:29

Thanks so much! Just what I was after how did the 7500 43inch fair with …Thanks so much! Just what I was after how did the 7500 43inch fair with Which please?


I wouldn't just go on what Which says, as they're a bit snotty sometimes. The bottom line is that you can't expect an amazing TV that looks great, has a great picture, and has amazing features in this price range. If you are on a budget then these aren't bad TVs. There aren't really any proper reviews on the 7500 yet, as it's quite new. I think you'll get a slightly better picture with the 7500, since it's a newer model, so the additional cost is relative. The 7500 also supports Dolby Vision, which is an enhanced format of HDR, and this provides greater detail for content that supports it. So it would be better for future proofing. I've read that a few Netflix and Amazon streams support Dolby Vision. Whether you'll notice the enhanced picture detail provided by Dolby Vision on a budget TV at this size is really questionable though, as the brightness isn't great, so it may just be a marketing gimmick to draw people in. To get the best out of Dolby Vision, you need a bigger screen with lots of brightness.

With limited reviews on the 7500 at the moment, it's a hard one to call, but it should be a little bit better than the 7100, but not by much. The next step up would be the Samsung RU7100 or RU7400, but they'll be around £100+ more expensive. Alternatively, look at some of the LG 43 inchers, as they're quite reasonably priced, albeit with IPS panels (I think), so viewing angles are better, but picture quality less so than a VA panel. If this is going to be your main TV then it might be worth saving up a bit more. However, lots of people seem happy with their Hisense TVs, and you have to draw the line somewhere.

Also from Which:
"The ULED models are already pretty cheap, but there are plenty of cheaper models making up the B7000 series. It’s split into two: the B7100s and the B7500s. There’s also the B7300s, but they are the same as the B7100s other than the design of the stand. You won’t find Dolby Atmos audio on any of these ranges, and B7500s is the only one of these cheaper ranges to still benefit from Dolby Vision HDR. Otherwise it’s not easy to see what’s different between the two ranges. It’s often the case that pricier models have had more time at the tuning stage to tweak the picture and sound. Our testing will uncover the differences between them."

which.co.uk/new…ed/ - Which?

Tomsguide - Are Hisense TVs Worth It?
Edited by: "MisterMadHatter" 1st Nov
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Decent!
This or pay £50 extra for the 7500, as a 2nd tv - please can peeps help me decide?
MBCH01/11/2019 07:27

This or pay £50 extra for the 7500, as a 2nd tv - please can peeps help me …This or pay £50 extra for the 7500, as a 2nd tv - please can peeps help me decide?


What’s the difference in the 2?
According to web search: Bluetooth / wide colour gammut (??) / better stand / thinner bezel (better looking?) - now I need HUKD to tell me if that is worth approx £45 more?
I'm shocked at how cheap these are now, heat but mainly wow
38872952-qdnIw.jpgWhich? Report didnt like it much
robocop99901/11/2019 08:45

[Image] Which? Report didnt like it much


Thanks so much! Just what I was after how did the 7500 43inch fair with Which please?
robocop99901/11/2019 08:45

[Image] Which? Report didnt like it much


Wow thanks, you just saved me some money i dont have to spend.
Now, watch me spend it on some other useless item
MBCH01/11/2019 09:29

Thanks so much! Just what I was after how did the 7500 43inch fair with …Thanks so much! Just what I was after how did the 7500 43inch fair with Which please?


I wouldn't just go on what Which says, as they're a bit snotty sometimes. The bottom line is that you can't expect an amazing TV that looks great, has a great picture, and has amazing features in this price range. If you are on a budget then these aren't bad TVs. There aren't really any proper reviews on the 7500 yet, as it's quite new. I think you'll get a slightly better picture with the 7500, since it's a newer model, so the additional cost is relative. The 7500 also supports Dolby Vision, which is an enhanced format of HDR, and this provides greater detail for content that supports it. So it would be better for future proofing. I've read that a few Netflix and Amazon streams support Dolby Vision. Whether you'll notice the enhanced picture detail provided by Dolby Vision on a budget TV at this size is really questionable though, as the brightness isn't great, so it may just be a marketing gimmick to draw people in. To get the best out of Dolby Vision, you need a bigger screen with lots of brightness.

With limited reviews on the 7500 at the moment, it's a hard one to call, but it should be a little bit better than the 7100, but not by much. The next step up would be the Samsung RU7100 or RU7400, but they'll be around £100+ more expensive. Alternatively, look at some of the LG 43 inchers, as they're quite reasonably priced, albeit with IPS panels (I think), so viewing angles are better, but picture quality less so than a VA panel. If this is going to be your main TV then it might be worth saving up a bit more. However, lots of people seem happy with their Hisense TVs, and you have to draw the line somewhere.

Also from Which:
"The ULED models are already pretty cheap, but there are plenty of cheaper models making up the B7000 series. It’s split into two: the B7100s and the B7500s. There’s also the B7300s, but they are the same as the B7100s other than the design of the stand. You won’t find Dolby Atmos audio on any of these ranges, and B7500s is the only one of these cheaper ranges to still benefit from Dolby Vision HDR. Otherwise it’s not easy to see what’s different between the two ranges. It’s often the case that pricier models have had more time at the tuning stage to tweak the picture and sound. Our testing will uncover the differences between them."

which.co.uk/new…ed/ - Which?

Tomsguide - Are Hisense TVs Worth It?
Edited by: "MisterMadHatter" 1st Nov
Wow @MisterMadHatter incredible help and guidance, no I just think for approx £45 difference I will go for the 7500, and really appreciate the advice on which reviews too
MBCH01/11/2019 10:11

Wow @MisterMadHatter incredible help and guidance, no I just think for …Wow @MisterMadHatter incredible help and guidance, no I just think for approx £45 difference I will go for the 7500, and really appreciate the advice on which reviews too


If I was in your shoes, and I could afford the extra money, then I'd go for the 7500 too
It's £250 at richer sounds with 6yr warranty.
As MadHatter says. Dont always go on which reviews. I've bought some of their low scoring things and liked them.

Best advice is to go and see the TV in person, take a USB stick with 4K footage downloaded or a games console etc to see if the content that you'll be watching is good quality.
MisterMadHatter01/11/2019 09:53

I wouldn't just go on what Which says, as they're a bit snotty sometimes. …I wouldn't just go on what Which says, as they're a bit snotty sometimes. The bottom line is that you can't expect an amazing TV that looks great, has a great picture, and has amazing features in this price range. If you are on a budget then these aren't bad TVs. There aren't really any proper reviews on the 7500 yet, as it's quite new. I think you'll get a slightly better picture with the 7500, since it's a newer model, so the additional cost is relative. The 7500 also supports Dolby Vision, which is an enhanced format of HDR, and this provides greater detail for content that supports it. So it would be better for future proofing. I've read that a few Netflix and Amazon streams support Dolby Vision. Whether you'll notice the enhanced picture detail provided by Dolby Vision on a budget TV at this size is really questionable though, as the brightness isn't great, so it may just be a marketing gimmick to draw people in. To get the best out of Dolby Vision, you need a bigger screen with lots of brightness. With limited reviews on the 7500 at the moment, it's a hard one to call, but it should be a little bit better than the 7100, but not by much. The next step up would be the Samsung RU7100 or RU7400, but they'll be around £100+ more expensive. Alternatively, look at some of the LG 43 inchers, as they're quite reasonably priced, albeit with IPS panels (I think), so viewing angles are better, but picture quality less so than a VA panel. If this is going to be your main TV then it might be worth saving up a bit more. However, lots of people seem happy with their Hisense TVs, and you have to draw the line somewhere.Also from Which:"The ULED models are already pretty cheap, but there are plenty of cheaper models making up the B7000 series. It’s split into two: the B7100s and the B7500s. There’s also the B7300s, but they are the same as the B7100s other than the design of the stand. You won’t find Dolby Atmos audio on any of these ranges, and B7500s is the only one of these cheaper ranges to still benefit from Dolby Vision HDR. Otherwise it’s not easy to see what’s different between the two ranges. It’s often the case that pricier models have had more time at the tuning stage to tweak the picture and sound. Our testing will uncover the differences between them."https://www.which.co.uk/news/2019/07/hisense-2019-tvs-launch-in-the-uk-with-a-bargain-oled/ - Which?Tomsguide - Are Hisense TVs Worth It?


I'd pay the extra 40 quid for Dolby Vision
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