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Hisense (2020) 58A7100FTUK 58'' Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Amazon Alexa £314.10 @ Currys / eBay
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Hisense (2020) 58A7100FTUK 58'' Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Amazon Alexa £314.10 @ Currys / eBay

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Enjoy amazing visuals with the Hisense 58A7100FTUK 58" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV. The 4K Ultra HD display means everything looks pin-sharp, and even upscales lower resolution shows to bring new levels of detail to old classics.

Forget blown out highlights and lost details in the shadows. Everything looks just as it should thanks to HDR technology. By maximising contrast and colour accuracy, your movies and shows look more realistic.

Sport mode

Never miss an important goal. When watching sports, motion blur is reduced, so you can enjoy every game twist with maximum clarity.

Smart TV made simple

Can't wait to watch the latest episode of your favourite show? Hisense's smart platform makes it quick and simple to find what you're looking for. Whether you want a Netflix box set, or check what's trending on YouTube, everything is just a few clicks away.

Or just pick up the remote and ask. Built-in Alexa will help you control your TV just using your voice. Tell Alexa to play your favourite show or get the latest news and weather reports. You can also control other smart devices, such as lights, around your home.

Studio quality audio

The Hisense A7100 lets you adjust the EQ to fit your preferences, while dialog enhancement makes it easier to hear every word. No more asking your partner what has just been said.
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Hisense is a hard sell for me, and this is in the sweet spot for my budget for a bedroom TV.

I have had 2 over the years that have gone back for different issues.
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Decent 'little' TV that
These Hisense TVs, whilst being a a bargain tv, are a decent bit of kit. Out of the box the picture is horrendous,. But after a bit of tweaking they're really good.
Edited by: "GizmoSte" 15th Jun
Is this better than 2019 model not much reviews for this.A lot of TV for the money.I wonder underneath if it's the same as the Hitachi & Toshiba of same size with different operating system??
Hisense is a hard sell for me, and this is in the sweet spot for my budget for a bedroom TV.

I have had 2 over the years that have gone back for different issues.
I have had 4 in the family, all different sizes, all good - no faults :). So that's my neck off the proverbial chopping board after having to convince them that they are good TV's. Though this seems to be an entry model, with probably the most basic spec and picture features
Edited by: "johnf86" 15th Jun
R these Hisense any good?
Ukguy10115/06/2020 11:45

Is this better than 2019 model not much reviews for this.A lot of TV for …Is this better than 2019 model not much reviews for this.A lot of TV for the money.I wonder underneath if it's the same as the Hitachi & Toshiba of same size with different operating system??



Hisense make there own tv,s better quality than the vestels which hitachi and toshiba are
tm26615/06/2020 16:11

Hisense make there own tv,s better quality than the vestels which hitachi …Hisense make there own tv,s better quality than the vestels which hitachi and toshiba are


Hisense upper tier models are better quality. The lower end(7100, 7300...etc) are similar to Vestel sets., If not worse The build quality of the B7100 I had was extremely flimsy. Most new Vestel's are built with a rigid aluminium chassis, they are much better built than the Vestel TV's from a couple of years ago.
Edited by: "chancooluk" 15th Jun
what was the picture quality like on the 7100?
tm26615/06/2020 18:45

what was the picture quality like on the 7100?


Dull and dim is the best way to describe it.
chancooluk16/06/2020 16:12

Dull and dim is the best way to describe it.


That's a description of my brother lol!😁😁😁😁
chancooluk16/06/2020 16:12

Dull and dim is the best way to describe it.


If your next to a £3000 oled yes but for the average user and price point it's great, you make it sound like it's terrible when its not.
I'm looking for recommendations for a cheap (£300 max) 4k TV about 40 inch with decent refresh rate for my son for gaming? Thanks
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