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Posted 11 January 2023

Hisense 50E76GQ 50” QLED 4K Smart TV with Dolby Vision (VA Panel) £299 (+ £4.99 Delivery) @ Studio

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Entry Quantum Dot which offers excellent value for money, whether you're playing the latest games or into box sets, this is the perfect entertainment centre.

Over one billion shades of colours can be reproduced on your display with Quantum Dot technology with Hisense A7G ULED 4K Smart TV. Dolby Atmos enabled ULED TV brings breakthrough immersive audio experience to your home whether it is shows, games or live sports.

4K HDR Certified resolution delivers breathtaking picture quality powered by the Hi-View Engine, offering advanced real-time AI scene optimisation.

Bring the true cinematic experience home with support for all the latest HDR formats of HDR10+, Dolby Vision. Hisense’s new VIDAA U5 Smart TV OS lets you enjoy all your favourite entertainment from Netflix, Prime Video, and Freeview Play, and control your TV using voice with Alexa & Google Assistant built-in.


  • CI Plus: Yes
  • DVB-T: DVB-T (MPEG4)
  • Screen Format: 16:9
  • WiFi Connectivity: Yes
  • USB Recording: Yes
  • DVB-S: DVB-S2 (HD)
  • Energy Efficiency Class (EU): G
  • Product Type: LCD
  • DVB-C: DVB-C (MPEG4)
  • Ethernet: Yes
  • HbbTV: Yes
  • VESA Mount: VESA 300 x 200
  • Model Id: 50E76GQ
  • Number of Common Interface (CI) Slots: 1
  • DVB-T2: Yes
  • Vertical Resolution in Pixel: 2160
  • Standby Power Consumption in Watts: 0.50
  • On-Mode Power Consumption in Watts: 120.00
  • Horizontal Resolution in Pixel: 3840

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    Good price but don't buy from here. Make you create an account, take payment then say it's out of stock and take a week to refund and even longer to get off their mailing list that you never agreed to receive.
    Wow. Costco has the newer model of this TV for about 65 more, I'd say if you can stretch it's decent value for money with the 5year warranty.

    costco.co.uk/TVs…007 (edited)
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    Yeah, I wouldn't bother. Never again with this company.
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    Just a word of warning.

    I purchased the 55" version last year which developed a minor fault
    requiring the replacement of the main board. The repairer had it over
    a month (couldn't get the part !) eventually Hisense declared it beyond
    economic repair and gave me an uplift code to get a replacement/refund.
    Now i'm 3 weeks into trying to get the retailer to accept the code and get a
    refund .
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    It's good to see that the Panel being VA is included in the description. Good job OP.
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    Just got one delivered - really happy with it.
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    Is this the same as the one available at sonic direct?
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    I'm after a 50" TV. Is this one any good anyone...?
    Yep you won't get anything better at this price. Only complaint you might have is with the smart TV features but I recommended most people just pick up a fire stick anyway.
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    Is this a good picture with freeview HD channels ?
    Nah, stick with Sony bro
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    What is the energy consumption like, it says G isnt that really bad. Were TVs not A+ a few years ago? What happened?
    I believe many 4k TVs are sitting around g rating. The LG C2, considered one of the best, is G rating. I think there is little escaping that now unfortunately
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    It's crazy good for the price , I got the c1 from lg and obviously it's nowhere near good as that but for 300 when you look at it in front not on sides it's not bad after tweaking a bit in settings.
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    This is a cracking deal at £300
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    This or Toshiba QLED 55QA5D63DB for £320?
    I am wondering the same thing
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    Telly eventually arrived, sound is pretty good. Colours are too bright until you tweak them, operating system might be a bit crude, but it has most apps you'd expect and they load lightening fast.

    Can't be robbed for 300 quid. (edited)
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