Hisense 55M7000 4K ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" With Freeview HD & Ultra Slim Design £749.95 @ John Lewis
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Hisense 55M7000 4K ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" With Freeview HD & Ultra Slim Design £749.95 @ John Lewis

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Found 13th Jul 2016
Product information

Bring the brilliance of full-colour HDR to your living room with Hisense’s stunning set. Mingling pin-sharp 4K, vivid 10-bit colour and the brand’s innovative ULED technology, your shows will look remarkable. All of this tech is joined by the app-filled Hisense Smart platform, PVR compatibility and elegant Ultra Slim design. Bright, colourful and cutting-edge, this feature-packed set will the hub of your home entertainment system.

Delightful ULED Back-Light
ULED (Ultra LED) delivers a wealth of additional TV tech that goes beyond the 4K UHD package. The Ultra Dimming dims specific areas of the panel to deliver better blacks and unbelievable picture depth.

Brilliant 10-Bit HDR
Hisense have delivered top-shelf HDR with a staggering 10-bit colour depth. This means that there are over a billion individual colours to deepen your view and show shades you’ve never seen in home entertainment before. Usually, studios are forced to dilute the colour of their shows and films to fit on our TVs. Now, HDR screens like this can channel content from studio-to-living room with the same precision and utterly otherworldly hues.

Fabulous 4K
To respond to screens getting bigger, brands have packed their screens with more pixels. This 55-inch screen has four times the number of pixels than 1080p HD TVs, delivering stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail. Experience this high-spec picture across a range of broadcasts, movies, sports and more thanks to 4K upscaling. As it converts lower resolution content to near-4K quality, anything you watch on the big screen will be truly extraordinary.

Hisense Smart
With the built-in Wi-Fi, you can stream Ultra HD movies and TV shows through Netflix and soon-to-be Amazon, browse YouTube for the latest online sensations, check the weather on AccuWeather and much more.*

PVR Ready
Pop in a memory stick in the USB port to record live TV programmes to watch later. Taken straight from the screen to your USB, you’ll get the same great quality as when it was originally aired. This way, you’ll never miss your favourite shows again.

Ultra Slim Design
Coming in an elegant Ultra Slim Design, this set will fit beautifully into your living room or bedroom.

Freeview HD
Get some of the UK’s favourite TV channels in high definition, subscription free. Channels include BBC One HD, BBC Two HD, ITV HD, Channel 4 HD as well as BBC Three HD, BBC Four HD, BBC News HD, CBeebies HD & CBBC HD for free. You can also access up to 60 standard definition Freeview digital TV channels and 25 radio stations.

Perfect partners
Enhance your set’s audio with a sound bar here.

Don’t forget that you’ll need an HDMI Cable to connect Blu-Ray players, games consoles or other equipment.

Keep your home cinema set-up organised with a new wall mount or TV stand

*Please note: A Smart TV is a platform that can run 3rd party Apps. 3rd party content providers may remove Apps from the Smart TV platform or stop supporting them at any time and John Lewis cannot guarantee an App’s availability. When new Smart TV products are launched, there may be also be a delay before certain Apps become available. Availability of Apps are not included within the terms of the manufacturer’s warranty or the John Lewis 5 Year Guarantee (2 Year for Audio Visual products).

57 Comments

is there anything similar to this set in this price bracket that also carries 3D (passive)

doggboy10

is there anything similar to this set in this price bracket that also … is there anything similar to this set in this price bracket that also carries 3D (passive)


Not in 4K, if that's your query: 4K doesn't support 3D at the moment, as the standard isn't quite "standard". I think it has been dropped altogether to be honest and is a legacy 1080p feature.

This 4k TV does passive 3D but is a £1,000, the £900 does active 3D

http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/sony/bravia-kd55x9005c/sony-kd55x9005cbu

It's meant to be loads better as you don't get the half the resolution of a 1080p screen problem, you get around 1080p per eye with 4K

Banned

£799 at Richer sounds with 6 years guarantee

Pseudo HDR on this, only goes to 400 Nits
Also FW update needed to enable HDR on HDMI's
Hisense already a year late with last years models update

Highheels1980

This 4k TV does passive 3D but is a £1,000, the £900 does active 3 … This 4k TV does passive 3D but is a £1,000, the £900 does active 3Dhttp://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/sony/bravia-kd55x9005c/sony-kd55x9005cbuIt's meant to be loads better as you don't get the half the resolution of a 1080p screen problem, you get around 1080p per eye with 4K



It's not likely true 3D at 4K...it'll be trickery if anything at all.

http://www.highdefdigest.com/blog/ultra-hd-not-always-4k/

"In all the hype about Ultra HD, the manufacturers and home video studios have also been careful to downplay another issue that some viewers will find disappointing. If you happen to be a fan of 3D (and it seems that fewer and fewer people are these days), you’re completely out of luck. The Ultra HD format does not support 3D. I say again for emphasis: The Ultra HD format does not support 3D. At all. Period. End of discussion. It’s not in the spec. Nobody has any interest in adding it to the spec anytime soon. As far as Ultra HD is concerned, 3D is dead."

m.richersounds.com/!/product/HISE-65K5510
Is this not better? For £50?

lovelybeer

Not in 4K, if that's your query: 4K doesn't support 3D at the moment, as … Not in 4K, if that's your query: 4K doesn't support 3D at the moment, as the standard isn't quite "standard". I think it has been dropped altogether to be honest and is a legacy 1080p feature.



​Thanks for the reply, in regard to the 3D element what I meant was: is there a TV with spec similar to this that also has 3D included (not 4k 3D) as my current HD TV has 3D and my son enjoys the 3D side of media.
I personally want a 4K but if I can cover all bases then it's a bonus - 4k, smart, Android, 3D and 55" which is 5" bigger than my current LG 3D smart plasma tv

doggboy10

​Thanks for the reply, in regard to the 3D element what I meant was: is t … ​Thanks for the reply, in regard to the 3D element what I meant was: is there a TV with spec similar to this that also has 3D included (not 4k 3D) as my current HD TV has 3D and my son enjoys the 3D side of media.I personally want a 4K but if I can cover all bases then it's a bonus - 4k, smart, Android, 3D and 55" which is 5" bigger than my current LG 3D smart plasma tv



​look up hisense 58" 4k on Google, it's 3d and it's less than £500 sometimes

Banned

Nice TV but not for the energy conscious.

Any ideas what size stand needed to place this on?

KaronJQ7

Nice TV but not for the energy conscious.


Is a Samsung or LG better ?

KaronJQ7

Nice TV but not for the energy conscious.



Annual consumption 187KWh 'estimated energy use for a full year's use, based on EU regulations'.

We'll be getting rid of that last bit, hopefully real soon!

hcc27

Annual consumption 187KWh 'estimated energy use for a full year's use, … Annual consumption 187KWh 'estimated energy use for a full year's use, based on EU regulations'.We'll be getting rid of that last bit, hopefully real soon!



I doubt it as TVs are usually produced for the whole European market with minor modifications for individual countries as it's far more economical. The UK is likely to carry on with most European standards to make trading easier. I also doubt we will see a reversion to imperial measurements as that'd be completely backward when (almost all) the rest of the world uses metric.

skyarsenal

£799 at Richer sounds with 6 years guarantee


Richersounds also do Quidco so you may get 3% cash back.

What is ULED, is it the chinese way of OLED?
Edited by: "Corasli" 13th Jul 2016

hcc27

Annual consumption 187KWh 'estimated energy use for a full year's use, … Annual consumption 187KWh 'estimated energy use for a full year's use, based on EU regulations'.We'll be getting rid of that last bit, hopefully real soon!


Hallelulah to that, and also the ridiculous volume limitations. PC tail wagging dog again and again in EU

PhilK

Hallelulah to that, and also the ridiculous volume limitations. PC tail … Hallelulah to that, and also the ridiculous volume limitations. PC tail wagging dog again and again in EU



And don't get me started on vacuum cleaner noise levels and consequent power limitations aaaaarghhhhhhhhh!!!!
Edited by: "hcc27" 13th Jul 2016

Killshot

http://m.richersounds.com/#!/product/HISE-65K5510Is this not better? For … http://m.richersounds.com/#!/product/HISE-65K5510Is this not better? For £50?


dont think the 65" one is HDR?

Oh. I see

for that price, isn't there a LG / Samsung or Sony alternative?

is this brand any good?

skyarsenal

£799 at Richer sounds with 6 years guarantee


Richer sounds will be shut down in 6 years, stick with John Lewis.

herby247

Richer sounds will be shut down in 6 years, stick with John Lewis.



lol

rand0m

for that price, isn't there a LG / Samsung or Sony alternative?


Hi-Sense is better quality.

mcormack

Hi-Sense is better quality.



Are they,I'd only heard of the brand when I was looking for a fridge/freezer recently and then they were everywhere at the Euros X)

We are looking for a new tv at the moment,we have a Panasonic in mind but again these Hisense keep popping up,but to me it's like buying a smartprice tv X)
Edited by: "Domthedonkey" 13th Jul 2016

herby247

Richer sounds will be shut down in 6 years, stick with John Lewis.



Based on what theory.

MR1123

is this brand any good?



Yes it's a massive brand, and getting bigger and bigger, John Lewis don't stock rubbish.


MR1123

is this brand any good?



Hisense make some good TVs

Was £699 on amazon a few weeks back with a deal, if you wait this will come down even more in price as the next models are being released

Good find but I'm going to wait for the ultra D TV's coming out later this year. Heat added.

patrick_000

I doubt it as TVs are usually produced for the whole European market with … I doubt it as TVs are usually produced for the whole European market with minor modifications for individual countries as it's far more economical. The UK is likely to carry on with most European standards to make trading easier. I also doubt we will see a reversion to imperial measurements as that'd be completely backward when (almost all) the rest of the world uses metric.



The European market must be insignificantly small compared to the Great British market. I bet they started making exclusive models for Great Britain as soon as they heard we have gone North Korea on the EU. If they don't, I'm sure all those Great British manufacturers will step in. Failing that, Bozo will declare war and bomb the HiSense factories.

This or Sony 55" 8509 for £799 at Curry's / £899 at John Lewis?

Onkyoman

This or Sony 55" 8509 for £799 at Curry's / £899 at John Lewis?



​I'd like to know, too.
Missed all the deals a few weeks back and have been wanting to upgrade a 9-year old set but keep learning new jargon that causes me to reconsider; HDR, 8/10-bit panels, nits etc

For less than £800, is this the best 4k, 48-55" relatively futureproof set I can get? 4k's still a couple years off, right? I just want my films and games to look nice!
oO


MisterFresh1980

Was £699 on amazon a few weeks back with a deal, if you wait this will … Was £699 on amazon a few weeks back with a deal, if you wait this will come down even more in price as the next models are being released



This is the "next model" it has just been released in the last week or so ...

55K720 is £698 at Argos at the moment. Hisense 4K and it's got a curved screen if you can get it for delivery to your address. Out of stock for Blyth, Northumberland unfortunately

MartyRB

55K720 is £698 at Argos at the moment. Hisense 4K and it's got a curved … 55K720 is £698 at Argos at the moment. Hisense 4K and it's got a curved screen if you can get it for delivery to your address. Out of stock for Blyth, Northumberland unfortunately



just beware it has a fault displaying some 4K mateiral - crushes blacks - I have just retuerned mine due to this. For everything else the 720 is a simply stunning TV!

any reviews for this yet?

deb8z

Are they,I'd only heard of the brand when I was looking for a … Are they,I'd only heard of the brand when I was looking for a fridge/freezer recently and then they were everywhere at the Euros X)We are looking for a new tv at the moment,we have a Panasonic in mind but again these Hisense keep popping up,but to me it's like buying a smartprice tv X)



i feel you should do more research if you thin Hisense is "smartprice"

GotBass

i feel you should do more research if you thin Hisense is "smartprice"



Only in the sense(no pun intended) that I'd never heard of the brand until recently,the Panasonic we are looking at is a grand but as I say,this brand is new to me so it puts me off so I wouldn't buy one at the moment,that's not to say I wouldn't in the future though.
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