Hisense 65M7000 10 bit panel (NOT 65K5510) 4K ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" With Freeview HD & Ultra Slim Design for £999.99 delivered @ Crampton & Moore/Ebay + 2 years warranty
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Hisense 65M7000 10 bit panel (NOT 65K5510) 4K ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" With Freeview HD & Ultra Slim Design for £999.99 delivered @ Crampton & Moore/Ebay + 2 years warranty

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Found 8th Dec 2016
Cheapest I have ever seen for a 10 bit panel, HDR, ULED, Ultra Slim Design, 65 inch Smart TV + 2 years warranty

Screen resolution: UltraHD (4K)
Refresh Rate: 1200 Hz
WiFi: Built In
Web Browser: Yes
DLNA: Yes
Smart TV Features: Smart
HDMi Ports: 4
Digital Tuners: Freeview HD
USB Ports: 3
Scart input: 1
PC Input: 1
Optical Output: Yes
Ethernet Port: Yes
USB HDD Recording: Yes Requires Hardrive
Speaker Output Power: 2 x 15W
VESA Mount: 400x400

18 Comments

If your paying almost 1k for a tv you want that as standard.

it's not true 10 bit but Hisense make great quality tv's and this has a VA panel too, beats that awful LG deal from earlier which people were voting hot

What's ULED? I've heard of OLED and UHD.

kingpsyon

What's ULED? I've heard of OLED and UHD.



​https://hisense.com.au/blog/oled-vs-uled-tv-technology-explained/

edit with new link.
Edited by: "kos1c" 8th Dec 2016

ahh so ULED is just LED tarted up. OLED is way better.

I mean, my TV is LED and I'm very happy with it, but it's just that it seems they came up with ULED to mislead people.

I'm disappointed with Hisense not having Freesat HD

mxer450

I'm disappointed with Hisense not having Freesat HD


I have the Hisense H50M3300 and it definitely has a single freesat input (dvb-2/s2) so I would imagine this would with it being a higher model, although I haven't checked. I've just looked at mine to confirm it was there though!

AVForums done a review on it and awarded it Best Buy

Highly rated TV....Heat from me

Exactly major_lee I'm currently sitting back waiting for some decent deals to come up for the Hisense 65M7000 I've always been Sony Samsung but these boys ain't messing about the new kids on the block heat added from me too
Edited by: "goonerfan" 8th Dec 2016

j3remy42

ahh so ULED is just LED tarted up. OLED is way better.



And for a TV this size 2 to 3 times more expensive.

anyone know what the input lag is on this TV? especially with hdr and game mode enabled...?

Do these have 10 bit panels if so is smaller model with a 10 bit panel. I've been reading mixed opinions on panel type.

The Hisense H65M7000 is a great TV that offers a genuinely unbeatable combination of build quality, features, performance and price. Despite its relatively low cost the M7000 is extremely well made, with a largely metal construction, a minimalist design and an attractive silver brushed metal finish. The TV sits on a wide stand that uses two feet, although if that causes issues when it comes to installing the Hisense, there's also the option of wall mounting. The connections are plentiful with four HDMI inputs, two of which are HDMI 2.0a with support for 4K/60p, HDR and HDCP 2.2. The provided remote control is well designed, comfortable to hold and easy to use with one hand. The menu system is also intuitive in its layout, whilst the simple Smart TV platform contains the main apps that you'll need and is also responsive thanks to quad core processing. The sound quality is surprisingly good for a modern TV and the input lag is 38ms in Game mode, although for HDR games that increases to 54ms.

No bad would be great if it also had dolby vision

LG 65UH650V £1099.
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