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Hisense 55U7A 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart ULED TV Free 6 Year Guarantee £569 @ Richer sounds
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Hisense 55U7A 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart ULED TV Free 6 Year Guarantee £569 @ Richer sounds

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Posted 23rd May 2018
Use code WC5 to save 5% Immerse yourself in the astonishing quality of the 4K HDR picture on Hisense's stunning ULED screen. Hyper-detailed 4K resolution combines with colour and contrast expanding HDR Perfect and the brand's Ultra Wide Colour Gamut tech, boosted by the visual depth of a Local Dimming screen for a stunningly realistic picture. The quad-core smart platform opens up a world of online apps and streaming services, while built-in Freeview Play catch-up service makes your favourite shows unmissable. With a dedicated Sports Mode to heighten the excitement of the sporting spectacle, the U7A is one sophisticated entertainment package, with exceptional picture quality.

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

4K Ultra High Definition
To respond to screens getting bigger, brands have packed their screens with more pixels. This 55” screen has four times the number of pixels than 1080p Full HD TVs, delivering stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail.

HDR Perfect
Forays into contrast and colour-boosting High Dynamic Range (HDR) have begun, and Hisense are no exception. With this set's 8-bit panel, they've delivered top-shelf HDR to deepen your view and show shades previously unseen in home entertainment. Expanding light, dark and every colour in between to extraordinary new levels, this model's picture gets closer to real life. With boosted brightness, HDR Perfect dramatically enhances detail and takes contrast and colour to the next level, for a picture of stunningly true-to-life accuracy and clarity.
Community Updates
The Hisense 55U7A is compatible with next generation HDR Plus. HDR extends the range of colours for enhanced realism. It also delivers brighter whites and darker blacks, helping to give this TV stunning levels of contrast. HDR10 and HLG formats are both covered. HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma HDR) is a broadcast and user generated standard format that is set to become the standard for transmitting 4K signals.

Brilliant TV, value for money, £569.05 plus you get 6 yrs warranty for peace of mind.

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I'm tempted but I haven't seen any reviews!
What was the equivalent Hisense model from 2017?
I got one quite happy with it. This price is completely mental.

I'd say this one replaced N8700, but really hard to say.
I would say it's nearer the 6800 but it looks good for the money. 8+2 bit but at 55" looks good for the money.. especially with the central stand
daludlam450 m ago

I would say it's nearer the 6800 but it looks good for the money. 8+2 …I would say it's nearer the 6800 but it looks good for the money. 8+2 bit but at 55" looks good for the money.. especially with the central stand


But does it look good for the money?
It's closest to the 8700, as in, mid range Hisense. Now the high end is the A9, and the low end is still the A6, which is the 6800 equivalent level (not that it's that straightforward as the M7000 preceeded them and was between the N6800 and N8700 in quality)
1905dar23/05/2018 12:01

http://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/hisense-u7adecent review there - …http://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/hisense-u7adecent review there - half tempted myself but not seen any confirmation of the world cup in 4k anywhere


Only 6/10 for image quality and 5/10 for sound. I would pay a little over £100 and get the Samsung 55mu7000.
Edited by: "i_need_bargains" 6th Jun 2018
Got a John Lewis price match in my arse pocket for the Samsung MU7000 @ £649. Anything about this TV got it beat?

I'll do my own research too, before anyone calls me lazy but just in case anyone has that knowledge to hand.
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thekitkatshuffler28/05/2018 20:10

Got a John Lewis price match in my arse pocket for the Samsung MU7000 @ …Got a John Lewis price match in my arse pocket for the Samsung MU7000 @ £649. Anything about this TV got it beat?I'll do my own research too, before anyone calls me lazy but just in case anyone has that knowledge to hand.


Would u mind letting me know about that John Lewis price match for the Samsung MU7000? I may go for that. Thanks in advance.
Been hovering around the 65 inch of this for a little while now, can't seem to find any 65 to beat it (as far as one review and the spec sheet indicate) for under 1400.

I'd be wary on the refresh rate of 120, I've seen it reported as 50, 60, 100 AND 120 and no one has confirmed it. Obviously it's likely 60 or 120.
Edited by: "alexmurphy01" 28th May 2018
savvysps28/05/2018 20:41

Would u mind letting me know about that John Lewis price match for the …Would u mind letting me know about that John Lewis price match for the Samsung MU7000? I may go for that. Thanks in advance.


No problem. Just get them to price match this deal - hotukdeals.com/dea…269

John Lewis price matches are good for 28 days, so you can mull it over and see if anything better comes up as the World Cup approaches.
thekitkatshuffler41 m ago

No problem. Just get them to price match this deal - …No problem. Just get them to price match this deal - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue55mu7000-55-inch-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-649-rgb-direct-2945269John Lewis price matches are good for 28 days, so you can mull it over and see if anything better comes up as the World Cup approaches.

Thanks
£549 at co-op plus 50 credit voucher
Might consider flogging my Sony 4K and go with this.
alexmurphy0128/05/2018 20:47

Been hovering around the 65 inch of this for a little while now, can't …Been hovering around the 65 inch of this for a little while now, can't seem to find any 65 to beat it (as far as one review and the spec sheet indicate) for under 1400.I'd be wary on the refresh rate of 120, I've seen it reported as 50, 60, 100 AND 120 and no one has confirmed it. Obviously it's likely 60 or 120.


I'm struggling to see difference in specs between 6800 and U7A on the Hisense website.

What other differences are there apart from refresh rate?
dahokolomoki28th May

I'm struggling to see difference in specs between 6800 and U7A on the …I'm struggling to see difference in specs between 6800 and U7A on the Hisense website.What other differences are there apart from refresh rate?


Well refresh rate is pretty important, especially as it's billing itself as the official footy TV. As far as I read, the N6800 was inferior to the M7000 (which I had, loved, but got broken) in peak brightness and a number of other features, in other words, they cheaped out too far on the mid range. This one seems more back in line, possibly more akin in picture quality to the N8700, but all reviews, though informative, are by one freelancer for different websites, so who knows.
While this TV has HDR Plus, it doesn't have Dolby Vision which appears to be winning the format war for dynamic metadata HDR. The latter requires the payment of a licence fee, which some manufacturers shy away from. Some of the higher end LGs support both HDR plus as well as Dolby Vision. All should support HLG.

Heated for what it is.
i_need_bargains23rd May

Only 6/10 for image quality and 5/10 for sound but a bizarre 4 stars …Only 6/10 for image quality and 5/10 for sound but a bizarre 4 stars overall. I would pay a little over £100 and get the Samsung 55mu7000.


In PC world website it mentions 30 watts speakers, not 20. Maybe uk version is slightly different to the standard u7a.
I was impressed by how snappy the smart TV is.
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