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Hisense H65B7100UK (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" with Freeview Play + 6 Year Guarantee - £489 delivered @ Richer Sounds
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Hisense H65B7100UK (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" with Freeview Play + 6 Year Guarantee - £489 delivered @ Richer Sounds

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Posted 8th JanEdited by:"merb0786"

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Solid price for this TV delivered - use code TV20 at checkout

Also comes with 6 years guarantee via Richer Sounds who provide an outstanding service imo - with excellent reviews on Trustpilot too

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Immerse yourself in the action, with the Hisense 65B7100UK.

Big screen 4K

Size isn’t everything, but when it comes to TV screen size, there’s nothing that beats a big screen for picture immersion. Making the most this Hisense’s 65 inch screen, 4K UHD resolution with HDR reveals every tiny detail.

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 65B7100UK 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 65 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 65B7100UK 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.

Make every night a movie night experience to remember, with the Hisense 65B7100UK.
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merb078608/01/2020 12:07

They are more or less the same apart from a few cosmetic design differences


The 7300 has a better stand by the looks of it. Although mine is wall mounted.

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Edited by: "Jayporsche0" 8th Jan
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Finally got my 65B7300UK delivered 10 mins ago. Ordered on Christmas day from Costco for £420.
bpanther08/01/2020 11:16

Finally got my 65B7300UK delivered 10 mins ago. Ordered on Christmas day …Finally got my 65B7300UK delivered 10 mins ago. Ordered on Christmas day from Costco for £420.



Nice - hope you enjoy it
How good is this one and the 7300? Are they HDR10 +?? Dolby? Thanks very much
Don't know what the difference is, and won't be able to give a review until week after next when l have time to set it up.
LeeDavo08/01/2020 11:25

How good is this one and the 7300? Are they HDR10 +?? Dolby? Thanks very …How good is this one and the 7300? Are they HDR10 +?? Dolby? Thanks very much



It comes with HD10 not HDR10+ and I believe it supports Dolby Vision/Studio sound
Thanks merb
LeeDavo08/01/2020 11:25

How good is this one and the 7300? Are they HDR10 +?? Dolby? Thanks very …How good is this one and the 7300? Are they HDR10 +?? Dolby? Thanks very much


Don’t know how good this one is but I have the 7300 from Costco and it’s excellent. It’s HDR and Dolby.
Jayporsche008/01/2020 12:06

Don’t know how good this one is but I have the 7300 from Costco and it’s ex …Don’t know how good this one is but I have the 7300 from Costco and it’s excellent. It’s HDR and Dolby.



They are more or less the same apart from a few cosmetic design differences
merb078608/01/2020 12:07

They are more or less the same apart from a few cosmetic design differences


The 7300 has a better stand by the looks of it. Although mine is wall mounted.

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Edited by: "Jayporsche0" 8th Jan
Jayporsche008/01/2020 12:08

The 7300 has a bette stand by the looks of it. Although mine is wall …The 7300 has a bette stand by the looks of it. Although mine is wall mounted. [Image]



Looks nice mate - always prefer wall mounted where possible
Jayporsche008/01/2020 12:06

Don’t know how good this one is but I have the 7300 from Costco and it’s ex …Don’t know how good this one is but I have the 7300 from Costco and it’s excellent. It’s HDR and Dolby.


The B7300 doesn't have Dolby Vision. It's a feature of the B7500 though.

I have the 43" version of the B7100 (same TV different stand). It has mediocre picture quality. My cheapo Toshiba 50U2963DB (a Vestel) is brighter, has a more uniform backlight, and better black levels. The B7100 also can't play 4K 60fps content without constant judder.

I like the remote and the OS on the Hisense (even though its buggy), but the picture and sound quality is basic.
Edited by: "chancooluk" 8th Jan
chancooluk08/01/2020 12:40

The B7300 doesn't have Dolby Vision. It's a feature of the B7500 though.I …The B7300 doesn't have Dolby Vision. It's a feature of the B7500 though.I have the 43" version of the B7100 (same TV different stand). It has mediocre picture quality. My cheapo Toshiba 50U2963DB (a Vestel) is brighter, has a more uniform backlight, and better black levels. The B7100 also can't play 4K 60fps content without constant judder.I like the remote and the OS on the Hisense (even though its buggy), but the picture and sound quality is basic.


Seen one in person once it was set-up/calibrated correct, and i thought the picture was sharp and colours seemed well balanced to me - especially for the price. Motion control not the best though.
merb078608/01/2020 12:53

Seen one in person once it was set-up/calibrated correct, and i thought …Seen one in person once it was set-up/calibrated correct, and i thought the picture was sharp and colours seemed well balanced to me - especially for the price. Motion control not the best though.


It's not awful, I've seen worse TV's. I've calibrated mine to get it as close to my Samsung NU7400, but it still falls short of my Toshiba.
chancooluk08/01/2020 13:07

It's not awful, I've seen worse TV's. I've calibrated mine to get it as …It's not awful, I've seen worse TV's. I've calibrated mine to get it as close to my Samsung NU7400, but it still falls short of my Toshiba.


Your toshy is better than both? May I ask which model and why? I'm looking to buy a TV as a gift
Cheers
Would you recommend the Samsung NU7400
Mabbs08/01/2020 13:18

Your toshy is better than both? May I ask which model and why? I'm looking …Your toshy is better than both? May I ask which model and why? I'm looking to buy a TV as a giftCheers


Not as good as the Samsung.
LeeDavo08/01/2020 13:35

Would you recommend the Samsung NU7400


I'd recommend the RU7400 (2019), the NU7400 (2018) has a system storage fault.
chancooluk08/01/2020 12:40

The B7300 doesn't have Dolby Vision. It's a feature of the B7500 though.I …The B7300 doesn't have Dolby Vision. It's a feature of the B7500 though.I have the 43" version of the B7100 (same TV different stand). It has mediocre picture quality. My cheapo Toshiba 50U2963DB (a Vestel) is brighter, has a more uniform backlight, and better black levels. The B7100 also can't play 4K 60fps content without constant judder.I like the remote and the OS on the Hisense (even though its buggy), but the picture and sound quality is basic.


Sorry about the Dolby, I thought it had. I have to say that the picture quality is very good though. I’m no expert but it’s every bit as good as my 55 inch Samsung which is also a 4K.
Hotnotspicy08/01/2020 15:59

This or the 65inch LG …This or the 65inch LG https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-65um7400plb-65-ultra-hd-4k-tv-2019-for-499-delivered-at-crampton-moore-ebay-3384104


Are you asking yourself? That is for you to decide.

Thanks for your comment newbs
Edited by: "merb0786" 8th Jan
merb078608/01/2020 16:09

Are you asking yourself? That is for you to decide.Thanks for your comment …Are you asking yourself? That is for you to decide.Thanks for your comment newbs

Went for this Hisense £499 Argos argos.co.uk/pro…BwE
Great picture - but rubbish customer service and non-existing firmware upgrades once they have shipped enough for the model.. Buyer beware.
scope08/01/2020 17:44

Great picture - but rubbish customer service and non-existing firmware …Great picture - but rubbish customer service and non-existing firmware upgrades once they have shipped enough for the model.. Buyer beware.


Warranty is with Richer Sounds so any TV issues can be directed to them
nice price
chancooluk08/01/2020 13:07

It's not awful, I've seen worse TV's. I've calibrated mine to get it as …It's not awful, I've seen worse TV's. I've calibrated mine to get it as close to my Samsung NU7400, but it still falls short of my Toshiba.


What calibration settings did you use?
morcef08/01/2020 20:54

What calibration settings did you use?


I calibrated it by eye (TV's next to each other), I don't know off the top of my head, without going back into the settings and noting everything down.
One downside with warranty it assumes RS will be here in 6 years time. I think they are making money.

Their accounts online show profits of circa 11m. Which is up on last year. They gave 13.7% of profits to charity last year.

This assumes the shop based model stays true. Always a consideration with any firm.

They only have 53 stores. Most of these are very small too. They cram sales into small shop area and have been very good at this for years!
Edited by: "gummby" 8th Jan
gummby08/01/2020 21:38

One downside with warranty it assumes RS will be here in 6 years time. I …One downside with warranty it assumes RS will be here in 6 years time. I think they are making money. Their accounts online show profits of circa 11m. Which is up on last year. They gave 13.7% of profits to charity last year.This assumes the shop based model stays true. Always a consideration with any firm.They only have 53 stores. Most of these are very small too. They cram sales into small shop area and have been very good at this for years!


If they do go bust or get bought out does that invalidate the warranty?
Please help can you advise looking at buying a oled tv 65 inch stuck between an.
LG OLED 65.
65C9PLA65. £1799.98
OR AN SONY OLED 65. KD65AG8BU same price please help thank you.
SonniDelite08/01/2020 23:39

Please help can you advise looking at buying a oled tv 65 inch stuck …Please help can you advise looking at buying a oled tv 65 inch stuck between an.LG OLED 65.65C9PLA65. £1799.98OR AN SONY OLED 65. KD65AG8BU same price please help thank you.


I'd go with the C9. I think it's the best overall.
Any particular reason
Surely wouldn't sony bravia be a better choice?
morcef08/01/2020 20:54

What calibration settings did you use?


I have used this settings, to me it looks really good.
avforums.com/thr…14/

Especially great at £419 Costco sale price with 5 yr warranty.

RU7400 isn’t direct comparison, that should been vs B7500 which supports Wider Colour Gamut as well. B7100/7300 competes with RU7020/RU7100.
Sdos234508/01/2020 22:10

If they do go bust or get bought out does that invalidate the warranty?



Unlikely to go bust. They have been around for 30+ years now. They turned over 200m or so last year.

If warranty is with them then there is no one to go back to. Whatever happens you always have the manufacturers warranty for years 1-2 pending on make. Of course any firm could easily go under these days. I think RS have a lot less risk as their model seems good.
Edited by: "gummby" 9th Jan
bpanther08/01/2020 11:16

Finally got my 65B7300UK delivered 10 mins ago. Ordered on Christmas day …Finally got my 65B7300UK delivered 10 mins ago. Ordered on Christmas day from Costco for £420.


wakanda forever
SonniDelite09/01/2020 00:15

Surely wouldn't sony bravia be a better choice?


The LG C9 is the better buy imho, only the expensive Panasonics have an edge on the LG OLED picture quality and its extremely minor. Plus the LGs have the better UI and with the C9 you get HDMI 2.1 ports which is ideal for gaming due to the better bandwidth offering 4K @ 120Hz, variable refresh rate support etc.
Edited by: "Speedsurfer" 9th Jan
Speedsurfer09/01/2020 10:54

The LG C9 is the better buy imho, only the expensive Panasonics have an …The LG C9 is the better buy imho, only the expensive Panasonics have an edge on the LG OLED picture quality and its extremely minor. Plus the LGs have the better UI and with the C9 you get HDMI 2.1 ports which is ideal for gaming due to the better bandwidth offering 4K @ 120Hz, variable refresh rate support etc.


Thanks for the update dont know why the guy was advising me the sont was the better buy.lol
Thanks guys I'll will go for the C9
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