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Hisense H43B7100UK 43-Inch 4K UHD HDR Smart TV with Freeview Play (2019) £249 at Amazon
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Hisense H43B7100UK 43-Inch 4K UHD HDR Smart TV with Freeview Play (2019) £249 at Amazon

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Posted 7th Dec 2019

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Also available at John Lewis
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And curry’s
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See every detail in stunning 4K HDR with the Hisense B7100, offering 4x more pixels than Full HD.

HDR technology, supporting HDR 10 and HLG formats to stream contents from the likes of BBC iPlayer, makes blacks darker, whites brighter and enhances contrast.

With an intuitive VIDAA U 3.0 Smart TV OS it’s never been simpler to access entertainment from Netflix and Prime Video.

Freeview Play also lets you catch up on your favourite shows on BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5, and UKTV Play.

4K Ultra HD
HDR technology - HDR 10 & HLG
DTS Studio Sound
VIDAA U 3.0 Smart TV
Voice Control Ready - Work with Alexa
Great Connectivity - WiFi, HDMI 2.0, etc.
Freeview Play, Netflix, Prime Video, Youtube, etc.
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c-tali07/12/2019 09:58

I'm looking at their 40/inch for the bedroom. Does anyone have this brand? …I'm looking at their 40/inch for the bedroom. Does anyone have this brand? Would love some feedback


I have the 2017 43" version and it's a fantastic TV. It cost me over £400 back then and still holds up very well today. I use my PS4 Pro with it for games and also have an Xbone for 4K movies. Both look fantastic.

The HDR on my version isn't great and it may well be improved on this newer model, but for the price you're paying this is one area you expect to be fairly low end. The colours, resolution, software, apps, sound quality - all are top notch considering the low price.

This is my main TV which I use for everything and almost all my friends and family have commented on how good the picture quality is. You naturally have to adjust the settings to get them to your preferred levels but when people think your TV is a Samsung or Sony at first glance that's always a compliment.

If you're on a budget you cannot go wrong. Obviously a fancy Oled will be superior but it also costs seven or eight times more. At the price you're paying you're getting a superb quality television IMO. I have zero plans to replace mine any time soon and will probably keep it until it dies. Buy it!
Edited by: "SFP_NooDLe" 7th Dec 2019
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Same price in Currys. Still a good price though.
BaronVonDouche07/12/2019 08:42

Same price in Currys. Still a good price though.



and John Lewis, AO, Very, Richer sounds etc...
Rather get it from John Lewis as Comes With 5 year Guarantee as opposed to a 2 year one from Amazon.
I'm looking at their 40/inch for the bedroom. Does anyone have this brand? Would love some feedback
How is motion handling now on Hisense tv's? Saw one a couple of years ago and it was very poor.
Links added in description to John Lewis & Curry’s
c-tali07/12/2019 09:58

I'm looking at their 40/inch for the bedroom. Does anyone have this brand? …I'm looking at their 40/inch for the bedroom. Does anyone have this brand? Would love some feedback


I have the 2017 43" version and it's a fantastic TV. It cost me over £400 back then and still holds up very well today. I use my PS4 Pro with it for games and also have an Xbone for 4K movies. Both look fantastic.

The HDR on my version isn't great and it may well be improved on this newer model, but for the price you're paying this is one area you expect to be fairly low end. The colours, resolution, software, apps, sound quality - all are top notch considering the low price.

This is my main TV which I use for everything and almost all my friends and family have commented on how good the picture quality is. You naturally have to adjust the settings to get them to your preferred levels but when people think your TV is a Samsung or Sony at first glance that's always a compliment.

If you're on a budget you cannot go wrong. Obviously a fancy Oled will be superior but it also costs seven or eight times more. At the price you're paying you're getting a superb quality television IMO. I have zero plans to replace mine any time soon and will probably keep it until it dies. Buy it!
Edited by: "SFP_NooDLe" 7th Dec 2019
stamfordblue07/12/2019 10:04

How is motion handling now on Hisense tv's? Saw one a couple of years ago …How is motion handling now on Hisense tv's? Saw one a couple of years ago and it was very poor.


It's quite good on their higher models, this one doesnt have any motion processing at all, so it won't be great.
SFP_NooDLe07/12/2019 10:41

I have the 2017 43" version and it's a fantastic TV. It cost me over £400 …I have the 2017 43" version and it's a fantastic TV. It cost me over £400 back then and still holds up very well today. I use my PS4 Pro with it for games and also have an Xbone for 4K movies. Both look fantastic. The HDR on my version isn't great and it may well be improved on this newer model, but for the price you're paying this is one area you expect to be fairly low end. The colours, resolution, software, apps, sound quality - all are top notch considering the low price. This is my main TV which I use for everything and almost all my friends and family have commented on how good the picture quality is. You naturally have to adjust the settings to get them to your preferred levels but when people think your TV is a Samsung or Sony at first glance that's always a compliment. If you're on a budget you cannot go wrong. Obviously a fancy Oled will be superior but it also costs seven or eight times more. At the price you're paying you're getting a superb quality television IMO. I have zero plans to replace mine any time soon and will probably keep it until it dies. Buy it!


Fancy OLED
SFP_NooDLe07/12/2019 10:41

I have the 2017 43" version and it's a fantastic TV. It cost me over £400 …I have the 2017 43" version and it's a fantastic TV. It cost me over £400 back then and still holds up very well today. I use my PS4 Pro with it for games and also have an Xbone for 4K movies. Both look fantastic. The HDR on my version isn't great and it may well be improved on this newer model, but for the price you're paying this is one area you expect to be fairly low end. The colours, resolution, software, apps, sound quality - all are top notch considering the low price. This is my main TV which I use for everything and almost all my friends and family have commented on how good the picture quality is. You naturally have to adjust the settings to get them to your preferred levels but when people think your TV is a Samsung or Sony at first glance that's always a compliment. If you're on a budget you cannot go wrong. Obviously a fancy Oled will be superior but it also costs seven or eight times more. At the price you're paying you're getting a superb quality television IMO. I have zero plans to replace mine any time soon and will probably keep it until it dies. Buy it!


Thank you for that fantastic review
SFP_NooDLe07/12/2019 10:41

I have the 2017 43" version and it's a fantastic TV. It cost me over £400 …I have the 2017 43" version and it's a fantastic TV. It cost me over £400 back then and still holds up very well today. I use my PS4 Pro with it for games and also have an Xbone for 4K movies. Both look fantastic. The HDR on my version isn't great and it may well be improved on this newer model, but for the price you're paying this is one area you expect to be fairly low end. The colours, resolution, software, apps, sound quality - all are top notch considering the low price. This is my main TV which I use for everything and almost all my friends and family have commented on how good the picture quality is. You naturally have to adjust the settings to get them to your preferred levels but when people think your TV is a Samsung or Sony at first glance that's always a compliment. If you're on a budget you cannot go wrong. Obviously a fancy Oled will be superior but it also costs seven or eight times more. At the price you're paying you're getting a superb quality television IMO. I have zero plans to replace mine any time soon and will probably keep it until it dies. Buy it!


Thanks so much. That response and your time to write it is much appreciated.
SFP_NooDLe07/12/2019 10:41

I have the 2017 43" version and it's a fantastic TV. It cost me over £400 …I have the 2017 43" version and it's a fantastic TV. It cost me over £400 back then and still holds up very well today. I use my PS4 Pro with it for games and also have an Xbone for 4K movies. Both look fantastic. The HDR on my version isn't great and it may well be improved on this newer model, but for the price you're paying this is one area you expect to be fairly low end. The colours, resolution, software, apps, sound quality - all are top notch considering the low price. This is my main TV which I use for everything and almost all my friends and family have commented on how good the picture quality is. You naturally have to adjust the settings to get them to your preferred levels but when people think your TV is a Samsung or Sony at first glance that's always a compliment. If you're on a budget you cannot go wrong. Obviously a fancy Oled will be superior but it also costs seven or eight times more. At the price you're paying you're getting a superb quality television IMO. I have zero plans to replace mine any time soon and will probably keep it until it dies. Buy it!


What's the input delay like mate and the ghosting for football/ video games please?
Same price at John Lewis with 5 year warranty, ordered
Tha_Likely_Lad07/12/2019 21:01

What's the input delay like mate and the ghosting for football/ video … What's the input delay like mate and the ghosting for football/ video games please?


Which? review says abysmal for motion
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