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Hisense 50B7100UK 50 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play £299 @ Richer Sounds (In Store)
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Hisense 50B7100UK 50 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play £299 @ Richer Sounds (In Store)

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Posted 18th Jan

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Superb detail in UHD 4K
Featuring UHD, 4K screen resolution, the Hisense 50B7100UK gives you a big step-up in picture quality. Four times the resolution of FHD 1080p, UHD 4K pops out the detail that’s been missed before. Grass on a sports pitch or fine details in a nature programme are now life-like and clear to see.

HDR support to maximise image quality
HDR maximises picture quality, bringing detail to the darkest areas of the picture as well as making the overall image look more life-like than ever. Compatible with HDR10 and HLG, the Hisense 50B7100UK is all set to get the best from a wide range of video, gaming and TV HDR sources.

Smart TV made easy, with VIDAA U 3.0
Featuring a brand new Smart OS called VIDAA U 3.0, this Hisense 50 inch TV makes smart TV simple. Bringing together a wide range of apps and devices, VIDDAA U 3.0 lets you switch between them all in three steps or fewer – no more complex sub-menus. You’ll find easy access to all your favourite TV services, including Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube and Freeview Play – and all 50% faster to access than before.

Freeview Play for catch-up TV
Freeview Play makes catch-up TV easy. Find programmes from BBC iPlayer, the ITV Hub, All4 and Demand 5 sitting alongside over 60TV Channels and up to 15 HD channels. Simply scroll back in your TV guide to watch shows you missed from the last 7 days. Just make sure your TV is connected to the internet and you're good to go.

All the connections
Fitted with three HDMI sockets, the 50B7100UK has you covered for inputs. All of these sockets are now HDMI 2.0 version with HDCP 2.2, making this TV compatible with UHD Blu-ray players and 4K HDR streaming services. Other connections include twin USB sockets – perfect for connecting media devices and playing back music, photos and video. Throw in an optical connection for a soundbar/base and you've everything you need in an HDR TV.
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hotmama2618/01/2020 21:04

Yeah hisense is just cheap crap, had about 7 replaced until I finally got …Yeah hisense is just cheap crap, had about 7 replaced until I finally got refunded, after hisense were saying they weren't faulty.Just cheap crap, I doubt anyone buys something twice with hisense on it.


7 replaced,WOW.did you try putting batteries in remote
Got this TV, had it a few weeks now and think it's cracking for the money.

I got mine from John Lewis with a 5 year warranty, so if it wants to break 'about' 7 times over that time I'm not overly concerned.
i am on my 2nd hisense tv currently the 65u8, great quality at a good price
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I'd recommend the samsung UE50RU7020 at 20 quid more purely just for the software
Yeah hisense is just cheap crap, had about 7 replaced until I finally got refunded, after hisense were saying they weren't faulty.

Just cheap crap, I doubt anyone buys something twice with hisense on it.
i am on my 2nd hisense tv currently the 65u8, great quality at a good price
hotmama2618/01/2020 21:04

Yeah hisense is just cheap crap, had about 7 replaced until I finally got …Yeah hisense is just cheap crap, had about 7 replaced until I finally got refunded, after hisense were saying they weren't faulty.Just cheap crap, I doubt anyone buys something twice with hisense on it.


7 replaced,WOW.did you try putting batteries in remote
Got this TV, had it a few weeks now and think it's cracking for the money.

I got mine from John Lewis with a 5 year warranty, so if it wants to break 'about' 7 times over that time I'm not overly concerned.
Gaz_Oafc18/01/2020 21:58

Got this TV, had it a few weeks now and think it's cracking for the …Got this TV, had it a few weeks now and think it's cracking for the money.I got mine from John Lewis with a 5 year warranty, so if it wants to break 'about' 7 times over that time I'm not overly concerned.


hahaha about 7 times
phil_dMGz18/01/2020 21:52

7 replaced,WOW.did you try putting batteries in remote




Rhetorical question I assume as you need a certain level of capacity to fit batteries in a remote control.
Edited by: "dishmachine888" 18th Jan
12345432118/01/2020 20:44

I'd recommend the samsung UE50RU7020 at 20 quid more purely just for the …I'd recommend the samsung UE50RU7020 at 20 quid more purely just for the software


Funny because I have a Samsung and the software is garbage. Often drops connections to the WiFi router, generally quite slow, etc.
spellcheck19/01/2020 16:41

Funny because I have a Samsung and the software is garbage. Often drops …Funny because I have a Samsung and the software is garbage. Often drops connections to the WiFi router, generally quite slow, etc.


Agree. Poor software. HDMI labels often defaulting back after I name them. No software updates for ages and generally slow for me.
spellcheck19/01/2020 16:41

Funny because I have a Samsung and the software is garbage. Often drops …Funny because I have a Samsung and the software is garbage. Often drops connections to the WiFi router, generally quite slow, etc.


Samsung software is quite good compared to cheap tvs like hisense Hitachi TLC etc.
Samsung sony lg all have good software and are relatively quite fast compared to cheap tvs
Edited by: "123454321" 19th Jan
I have Samsung, as an IT guy, I feel samsung software are crap. Bought that 55" TV for 3 years already, they never update their TV OS. and you just can using their extremely simplest browser which doesn't allow install any add-on app. You can't install other Apps too! Closed enviroment. the only pro is the screen resolution and its colour. TGH, I am quite interest to Hisense it's Android TV OS.
Edited by: "greenteaAtUK" 20th Jan
greenteaAtUK20/01/2020 14:29

I have Samsung, as an IT guy, I feel samsung software are crap. Bought …I have Samsung, as an IT guy, I feel samsung software are crap. Bought that 55" TV for 3 years already, they never update their TV OS. and you just can using their extremely simplest browser which doesn't allow install any add-on app. You can't install other Apps too! Closed enviroment. the only pro is the screen resolution and its colour. TGH, I am quite interest to Hisense it's Android TV OS.


This model isnt android
greenteaAtUK20/01/2020 14:29

I have Samsung, as an IT guy, I feel samsung software are crap. Bought …I have Samsung, as an IT guy, I feel samsung software are crap. Bought that 55" TV for 3 years already, they never update their TV OS. and you just can using their extremely simplest browser which doesn't allow install any add-on app. You can't install other Apps too! Closed enviroment. the only pro is the screen resolution and its colour. TGH, I am quite interest to Hisense it's Android TV OS.


Most of Hisense's UK TV's run VidaaU not Android.
Edited by: "chancooluk" 20th Jan
no mention re. USB recording ? I think all the LG's have it
Anyone else wish they could buy a large screen 4k TV without the smart options? I prefer to use a streaming stick or box as find all smart TV's quite slow and awkward in comparison and lots of TV's are no longer supported with updates in as little as 5 years. Maybe it's just me :-(

Good price for this TV by the way.
Edited by: "MDL199" 20th Jan
Yeah, ‘smart’ TVs a waste of time, always end up with apps not being updated. Forcing obsolescence before it’s needed.
basically it’s seems the best way to keep up to date with apps and smart features is to spend £20 or £30 every couple of years to buy a ‘newer’ box (Apple TV, fire stick, now tv, loaded android box etc)

rather than £100’s on a newer tv.
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