HISENSE 75M7900 75 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR 3D Smart LED TV Freeview HD £2499 @ richersounds free del 6 year warranty
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HISENSE 75M7900 75 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR 3D Smart LED TV Freeview HD £2499 @ richersounds free del 6 year warranty

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Found 29th Apr 2016
6 year guarantee
Free del

Supersize your 4K viewing experience, with the totally immersive Hisense 75M7900.

Big screen value
Welcome to our best ever value 75 inch 4K UHD TV! If you want to be truly immersed in movies, sport or documentaries then a big screen takes some beating and, at 75 inches, the Hisense 75M7900 is closer to most projectors than TVs. Thanks to 4K UHD resolution, you can also sit closer than a conventional FHD TV, making a big screen a far more realistic proposition in an average-sized room than ever before.

4K Ultra HD TV - ultimate detail
With 4K UHD screen resolution, the 75M7900 gives a stunning picture quality. The resolution is four times greater than the more conventional 1920 x 1080 Full HD TVs and it's a difference you can see - big time on this 75" screen. Thanks to UHD upscaling, even standard FHD signals can be upscaled to near 4K clarity and detail - giving your Blu-rays a new lease of life.

HDR - High Dynamic Range for superb contrast
Taking 4K UHD one stage further, the 75M7900 boasts HDR (High Dynamic Range) compatibility. This 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.

3D for a thrilling experience
Once you've experienced 3D TV, ordinary TV just never seems quite the same. Images appear to occupy the space behind the screen as well as 'reaching out' into the room. For a totally immersive TV experience, 3D still takes some beating - especially on a screen this size. The 2D to 3D convertor also lets you watch regular TV and movies in a new dimension.

Smart TV
Packing a Quad Core processor, the 75M7900 is a powerful performer with Smart content, too. Connect up to your home network by Ethernet or Wi-Fi and enjoy access to a wide range of apps including favourites such as the BBC iPlayer, Netflix and YouTube. A built-in web browser lets you surf to your heart's content. For seamless integration with your other devices, Anyview Cast and Anyview Stream let you share content from your smartphone, tablet or computer and show it on the big screen.

Fully connected
With four HDMI sockets, the 75M7900 easily handles the most complex home entertainment systems. Two of these sockets are the latest HDMI 2.0 version with HDCP 2.2, making this TV compatible with the latest UHD Blu-ray and streaming services. Other connections include no fewer than three USB sockets, one of which is the latest USB 3.0 version for a high speed link. Throw in an optical connection for a soundbar/base and headphone socket for private listening and you've got everything you need in a 4K TV.

The largest 4K screen at its price and a full range of smart connectivity make the Hisense 75M7900 the ultimate big screen bargain.

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26 Comments

£2500 for something called hisense you must be crazy

crazzzzzy_b

£2500 for something called hisense you must be crazy



yeah, more like lowsense I'd say...

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crazzzzzy_b

£2500 for something called hisense you must be crazy


You are an idiot. You know nothing about TV technology and manufacture.

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ST3123

yeah, more like lowsense I'd say...



You are also an idiot. You know nothing about TV technology and manufacture.

Zontes

You are an idiot. You know nothing about TV technology and manufacture.



Whether you know nothing or everything £2500 for a tv is stupidity

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jimhuf

Whether you know nothing or everything £2500 for a tv is stupidity


Yes, but you are still an idiot. So move on.

Zontes

You are also an idiot. You know nothing about TV technology and … You are also an idiot. You know nothing about TV technology and manufacture.



I also know nothing about TV technology or manufacture. I do know that I have no experience of the quality or reliability of 'Hisense' televisions. I have years of personal experience with Samsung, Sony and LG audiovisual products, which have all served me very well. So to spend £2.5k on a brand with an unproven track record would be crackers in my personal opinion. Maybe in a few years time, I may think differently. Am I an idiot?

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RuudBullit

I also know nothing about TV technology or manufacture. I do know that I … I also know nothing about TV technology or manufacture. I do know that I have no experience of the quality or reliability of 'Hisense' televisions. I have years of personal experience with Samsung, Sony and LG audiovisual products, which have all served me very well. So to spend £2.5k on a brand with an unproven track record would be crackers in my personal opinion. Maybe in a few years time, I may think differently. Am I an idiot?


But, they do have a track record. Do some research. WTF.
Just go back to Curry's if it makes you happy!

Edited by: "Zontes" 29th Apr 2016

I love my Hisense 65XT910. It's a great but admittedly expensive piece of kit.

Zontes

But, they do have a track record. Do some research. WTF.



Why the need to be offensive. I can only guess that you've got a Hisense TV and are taking the comments personally. I've just bought a Hisense American style fridge freezer by the way, to replace my Samsung one that lasted 9 years without issue. I'm happy with it, but I don't feel it's as good as the Samsung. But at £700, I am happy to give them a chance. I'm not prepared to gamble with £2.5k, when I've no long term experience with their TV's. I've masses of experience with other brands, in particular Samsung, so I feel like this is a much safer bet for me at the moment in time, due to my vast previous experience with their products. This is a point that seems to be passing you by completely.

Pokerkingbouch

I own 2 65 inch curved hisence and Imo one of the best TVs I have owned … I own 2 65 inch curved hisence and Imo one of the best TVs I have owned The hd picture and 4K is just fantastic One in my my living roomAnd use one for gaming in my computer roomDon't knock them until you've acculty seen one perform If i had not just bought the Sony VPL-VW1000ES I would have had one of these straight away Hisence will become up there with sony and Samsung by the end of the year



I'm not knocking the company or it's tv's, but I do lack any experience with these TV's, which is why I would be personally dubious about splashing out £2.5k on one of these. Reviews are good for reference, but nothing beats personal experience in my opinion. Once these tv's are in more uk living rooms, and we're seeing them regularly ourselves and getting testimony from friends and people we know and trust, their reputation will grow and more people will be encouraged to buy the products.

RuudBullit

I'm not knocking the company or it's tv's, but I do lack any experience … I'm not knocking the company or it's tv's, but I do lack any experience with these TV's, which is why I would be personally dubious about splashing out £2.5k on one of these. Reviews are good for reference, but nothing beats personal experience in my opinion. Once these tv's are in more uk living rooms, and we're seeing them regularly ourselves and getting testimony from friends and people we know and trust, their reputation will grow and more people will be encouraged to buy the products.




The popularity has to start somewhere

I also own a Hisense 65 inch, its brilliant. Had it for a year and half and love it. Just because we dont know the name, we shouldn't be too quick judge! To be honest a 75 inch tv at £2500 will most probably drop in price soon when they release others, and it will be a real bargain. We have always had large screen tv's Samsung, sony, lg, but I really think Hisense are one to watch most definitely.

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Edited by: "sweetpea10" 29th Apr 2016

jimhuf

Whether you know nothing or everything £2500 for a tv is stupidity



75 inch 4k sony bravia is £5,199 at currys, I know which one I'd buy, £2500 half the price for Hisense.

Is 400 nits a little low for HDR?

Zontes

You are also an idiot. You know nothing about TV technology and … You are also an idiot. You know nothing about TV technology and manufacture.


Yes that's the way to make friends and influence people on here.

Curiously, for a Chinese state owned company, Hisense are not flooding the market with lower than cost products to kill the competition, like they do with steel. Will be interesting to see how this pans out.

To save Zontes the trouble, I'll call myself an idiot.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 30th Apr 2016

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RuudBullit

Why the need to be offensive. I can only guess that you've got a Hisense … Why the need to be offensive. I can only guess that you've got a Hisense TV and are taking the comments personally. I've just bought a Hisense American style fridge freezer by the way, to replace my Samsung one that lasted 9 years without issue. I'm happy with it, but I don't feel it's as good as the Samsung. But at £700, I am happy to give them a chance. I'm not prepared to gamble with £2.5k, when I've no long term experience with their TV's. I've masses of experience with other brands, in particular Samsung, so I feel like this is a much safer bet for me at the moment in time, due to my vast previous experience with their products. This is a point that seems to be passing you by completely.


I do not own a Hisense TV. Plenty of Samsung, Panasonic and LG experience. All pretty average picture quality, but perfectly acceptable. However, having seen the Hisense and read loads of reviews, it seems perfectly logical to proceed with a purchase, not for this particular model. I plan to buy this one from John Lewis for £629 with a 'price match'.
http://www.johnlewis.com/hisense-58k700-led-4k-uhd-3d-smart-tv-58-with-freeview-hd-built-in-wi-fi-and-1x-pair-of-active-3d-glasses/p2241410
Sorry if I was a bit off, Friday night boredom and a few too many beers!
Edited by: "Zontes" 30th Apr 2016

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spannerzone

Yes that's the way to make friends and influence people on … Yes that's the way to make friends and influence people on here.Curiously, for a Chinese state owned company, Hisense are not flooding the market with lower than cost products to kill the competition, like they do with steel. Will be interesting to see how this pans out.To save Zontes the trouble, I'll call myself an idiot.


Naw, I'll just call you a spanner.
Edited by: "Zontes" 30th Apr 2016

Zontes

Naw, I'll just call you a spanner.


Well I've been called a lot lot worse

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spannerzone

Well I've been called a lot lot worse


It might have been worse from me last night! I was a bit out of order!

RuudBullit

I'm not knocking the company or it's tv's, but I do lack any experience … I'm not knocking the company or it's tv's, but I do lack any experience with these TV's, which is why I would be personally dubious about splashing out £2.5k on one of these. Reviews are good for reference, but nothing beats personal experience in my opinion. Once these tv's are in more uk living rooms, and we're seeing them regularly ourselves and getting testimony from friends and people we know and trust, their reputation will grow and more people will be encouraged to buy the products.




The same could be said about all the brands you mentioned 20 years ago. As long as you get a 5/6 yr warranty I see no problem.

simont_space

The same could be said about all the brands you mentioned 20 years ago. … The same could be said about all the brands you mentioned 20 years ago. As long as you get a 5/6 yr warranty I see no problem.



​when LG first broke into the UK, I wouldn't have splashed 2k on one of their tvs either. whether you've got a warranty is largely irrelevant, ad it all depends on how/whether those warranties are honoured.

Zontes

Yes, but you are still an idiot. So move on.



Are you buying one or own one? Bet you havnt or won't be, £2500 for this would get you a hell of a decent make tv. Lg oled have come down to below £2000.

But look this is what I mean. Samsung 7 series absolute mint £2999 75 inch. If I was spending £2500 I would spend another £500 for the Samsung, no brainer. powerdirect.co.uk/cat…AZg

Great price a 75" TV but thats the rrp.

Was just over £2370 on amazon yesterday with 2 years warranty
Gone up today to almost £200 more
If they market it like they did the 65 curved 720 this should drop below 2300 over the next few weeks
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