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Hisense H50B7100UK (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 50" with Freeview 5 Year Warranty £299 Or 55” version £349 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Hisense H50B7100UK (2019) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 50" with Freeview 5 Year Warranty £299 Or 55” version £349 @ John Lewis & Partners

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Posted 16th Nov 2019Edited by:"PennyTrader"

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Nice price with a 5 year warranty and delivery included, good reviews all over the web


See every detail in stunning 4K HDR with Hisense’s B7100. High Dynamic Range enhances colour and contrast for a more realistic picture, with Clean View technology, and DTS surround sound. VIDAA U 3.0 smart platform opens up a world of online apps and streaming services including Netflix and Amazon Prime Video*, while built-in Freeview Play makes it simpler to catch up with your favourite shows.

HDR
HDR deepens your view and shows shades previously unseen in home entertainment. Expanding light, dark and every colour in between to extraordinary new levels, this model's picture gets closer to real life. This TV supports multiple HDR formats including HDR10.

4K Ultra High Definition
This 50” screen has four times the number of pixels than 1080p HD TVs, delivering stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail.

Features:

DTS Studio Sound: Creates an immersive virtual surround sound experience. Bass enhancement increases dynamism, and dialogue enhancement ensures clarity of speech.

Clean View: Advanced noise reduction technology automatically analyses the input signal and removes noise, ensuring crystal clear resolution.

One-touch Remote Access: Enjoy fast access to your favourite apps with dedicated buttons for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Freeview Play and Youtube.

Seamless Smart Platform
Hisense’s redesigned VIDAA U Smart Platform has never been easier to use. Simplified design allows you to effortlessly switch between apps and devices in three or fewer steps. Enjoy catch-up TV services with Freeview Play, and a world of on-demand entertainment including 4K streaming from Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Youtube*.

Freeview Play
This Hisense TV features Freeview Play. Combining catch-up TV, on-demand services and live television, watching what you want, when you want, is now easier than ever. It’s free from subscription and is compatible with existing broadband services too. Services such as BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4 and My5 are also available without having to open specific applications. This gives effortless scroll back so you never miss a second of your favourite shows.

Perfect partners
With TVs getting slimmer and built-in speakers getting smaller, choosing the right sound system is more important than ever. Soundbars enhance your TV’s sound quality and add that extra audio punch to all your movies, games and TV programmes. More affordable and easier to set up than a full size speaker system, they don’t compromise on quality either.
Take a look at our full range of soundbars.

Don't forget...
If you want to connect your TV to a blu-ray player, games console, soundbar or soundbase then you'll need a HDMI cable.
View our collection of cables & connections

And if you’re looking to elevate your viewing experience with cable management, then why not take a look at our wall mounts and TV stands.

*Some services may require subscription (sold separately)

A Smart TV is a platform that can run 3rd party Apps. 3rd party content providers may remove Apps from the Smart TV platform or stop supporting them at any time, and we cannot guarantee an App’s availability. When new Smart TV products are launched, there may also be a delay before certain Apps become available. Availability of Apps is not included within the terms of the manufacturer’s warranty, or the John Lewis 2-year Guarantee for audio visual products, or the 5-year Guarantee for TVs.
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What exactly are the moaners expecting for £299 with a 5 year warranty ?
Edited by: "mikeportsmouth" 16th Nov 2019
For anyone considering this for console gaming, the input lag is quoted as 60ms (which is a lot), so you'd want to pass this one by...
Ivesy16/11/2019 09:20

Which? verdict: Hopeless


Sorry.. but i disagree, i bought my second one last week, it is a really good TV for the money.
Ivesy16/11/2019 10:01

Hi dont get me wrong here I'm certainly no tech snob . I was tempted by …Hi dont get me wrong here I'm certainly no tech snob . I was tempted by these cheap TVs but having seen reviews on which and elsewhere its put me off. My thinking now is for another 50quid you could get a decent albeit smaller screen like 43inch from LG or Samsung. If you think this is a good deal then great it's just not for me.Terrible audioCan't cope with motionSlow menusWhat's the picture quality like?Not great. It's easy to pick out detail when the objects aren't moving much, but any degree of speed comes at the detriment of definition. Smearing and jitter are a constant problem and it's hard to enjoy watching the 7100 as a resultWhat about the sound?It's puny and thin. Bass pops like an exhaust backfiring and sounds completely unnatural. Treble is a squealy whine that's unpleasant and that leaves the mid-range to salvage something, but it can't. The whole audio experience is a dull mess.What's it like to use?The TV could do with a shot of adrenaline. Menus are slow to open and slow to respond to button presses. It's something you'd likely get used, but you shouldn't have to.Speed aside, the various menus are fine. There's no groundbreaking, intuitive designs, but what's there is familiar and easy to use.Finding apps is easy enough, although the selection is limited. Thankfully, popular catch-up and streaming apps are present, but don't bother looking through the other categories for anything you'd recognise.


Everyone's opinion is different, and what someone finds awful someone else finds good, a bit like olives lol. I am just sat watching Narnia on 5star the sound & picture are both excellent, best money i ever spent, but of course that is just based on my opinion. Hell of a lot of TV for the cash. :-)
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Which? verdict: Hopeless
For anyone considering this for console gaming, the input lag is quoted as 60ms (which is a lot), so you'd want to pass this one by...
Ivesy16/11/2019 09:20

Which? verdict: Hopeless


Sorry.. but i disagree, i bought my second one last week, it is a really good TV for the money.
herrbz16/11/2019 09:25

How so?


Hi dont get me wrong here I'm certainly no tech snob . I was tempted by these cheap TVs but having seen reviews on which and elsewhere its put me off. My thinking now is for another 50quid you could get a decent albeit smaller screen like 43inch from LG or Samsung. If you think this is a good deal then great it's just not for me.

Terrible audio

Can't cope with motion

Slow menus

What's the picture quality like?
Not great. It's easy to pick out detail when the objects aren't moving much, but any degree of speed comes at the detriment of definition. Smearing and jitter are a constant problem and it's hard to enjoy watching the 7100 as a result

What about the sound?

It's puny and thin. Bass pops like an exhaust backfiring and sounds completely unnatural. Treble is a squealy whine that's unpleasant and that leaves the mid-range to salvage something, but it can't. The whole audio experience is a dull mess.

What's it like to use?

The TV could do with a shot of adrenaline. Menus are slow to open and slow to respond to button presses. It's something you'd likely get used, but you shouldn't have to.
Speed aside, the various menus are fine. There's no groundbreaking, intuitive designs, but what's there is familiar and easy to use.
Finding apps is easy enough, although the selection is limited. Thankfully, popular catch-up and streaming apps are present, but don't bother looking through the other categories for anything you'd recognise.
Got one for my parents last week, out of the box audio is pretty decent, sound bar not essential, the default picture/colour settings need alot of tweaking, but once done, no complaints on picture either. Dedicated netflix, prime buttons on remote, after updating software, UI/app loading is pretty fast. Only gripe is it crashed in the menu and had to pull the plug from the wall to hard reset it, hoping wont happen often.
Ivesy16/11/2019 10:01

Hi dont get me wrong here I'm certainly no tech snob . I was tempted by …Hi dont get me wrong here I'm certainly no tech snob . I was tempted by these cheap TVs but having seen reviews on which and elsewhere its put me off. My thinking now is for another 50quid you could get a decent albeit smaller screen like 43inch from LG or Samsung. If you think this is a good deal then great it's just not for me.Terrible audioCan't cope with motionSlow menusWhat's the picture quality like?Not great. It's easy to pick out detail when the objects aren't moving much, but any degree of speed comes at the detriment of definition. Smearing and jitter are a constant problem and it's hard to enjoy watching the 7100 as a resultWhat about the sound?It's puny and thin. Bass pops like an exhaust backfiring and sounds completely unnatural. Treble is a squealy whine that's unpleasant and that leaves the mid-range to salvage something, but it can't. The whole audio experience is a dull mess.What's it like to use?The TV could do with a shot of adrenaline. Menus are slow to open and slow to respond to button presses. It's something you'd likely get used, but you shouldn't have to.Speed aside, the various menus are fine. There's no groundbreaking, intuitive designs, but what's there is familiar and easy to use.Finding apps is easy enough, although the selection is limited. Thankfully, popular catch-up and streaming apps are present, but don't bother looking through the other categories for anything you'd recognise.


Everyone's opinion is different, and what someone finds awful someone else finds good, a bit like olives lol. I am just sat watching Narnia on 5star the sound & picture are both excellent, best money i ever spent, but of course that is just based on my opinion. Hell of a lot of TV for the cash. :-)
It could do with more picture settings controls.

First thing to do is switch to Cinema Daytime from Standard as it has the better natural colours.
What exactly are the moaners expecting for £299 with a 5 year warranty ?
Edited by: "mikeportsmouth" 16th Nov 2019
mikeportsmouth16/11/2019 11:46

What exactly are the moaners expecting for £299 with a 5 year warranty ?


£269 i paid last week for this at AO and love it!!
mikeportsmouth16/11/2019 11:46

What exactly are the moaners expecting for £299 with a 5 year warranty ?


Exactly what I was going to say People need to realise that this is sub £300 4k TV. Would have been valid complaints if the TV was £500+...
Any chance 55" going for under £300 on black Friday?
It's actually not a bad TV. Used it for a few weeks now and the sound is a little tinny but pic quality on HD or YouTube channels is really good. I don't think it has Bluetooth. Anyone know if you can use an adapter to hook up Bluetooth speakers?
kaaloo16/11/2019 12:28

It's actually not a bad TV. Used it for a few weeks now and the sound is a …It's actually not a bad TV. Used it for a few weeks now and the sound is a little tinny but pic quality on HD or YouTube channels is really good. I don't think it has Bluetooth. Anyone know if you can use an adapter to hook up Bluetooth speakers?


I think the 7500 cones with Bluetooth.... Please correct me if I am wrong!! I am after a 50 inch 7500 version to be offered around this price as 55" is too big, and 43" is too small
kaaloo16/11/2019 12:28

It's actually not a bad TV. Used it for a few weeks now and the sound is a …It's actually not a bad TV. Used it for a few weeks now and the sound is a little tinny but pic quality on HD or YouTube channels is really good. I don't think it has Bluetooth. Anyone know if you can use an adapter to hook up Bluetooth speakers?


Just also saw this.... Might be worth looking at? wirelesshack.org/our…143
mreriksen16/11/2019 11:58

Any chance 55" going for under £300 on black Friday?


Every chance!
I've got a 40 inch hisense. On balance pleased with it but just wondered if anyone else has noticed a very slight black haze in the upper corners of the screen? A hisense thing or just cos it's a cheap TV?
mooruk16/11/2019 13:32

I've got a 40 inch hisense. On balance pleased with it but just wondered …I've got a 40 inch hisense. On balance pleased with it but just wondered if anyone else has noticed a very slight black haze in the upper corners of the screen? A hisense thing or just cos it's a cheap TV?


Happened on my Philips TV couple of weeks ago and then the screen went totally, still had sound but no picture. Apparently it's a common thing with LED and LCD tv's after a while.
Ivesy16/11/2019 09:20

Which? verdict: Hopeless


Ha ha I have one of these and it bloody good for £349.
Poor WiFi reception; beware if you're not putting this right next to the router!
Edited by: "carlos777uk" 16th Nov 2019
bassi316/11/2019 14:06

Happened on my Philips TV couple of weeks ago and then the screen went …Happened on my Philips TV couple of weeks ago and then the screen went totally, still had sound but no picture. Apparently it's a common thing with LED and LCD tv's after a while.


That's not good. It was on mine from the very start. Not got any worse. Doesn't massively bother me, but wondered if it was a standard thing
I bought the 55” this morning the audio is decent you defiantly don’t need the sound bar, as for the picture for £350 you really can’t complain some people want everything for nothing.
I have an older 43 inch hisense. Use it for movies and gaming and it's pretty awesome. Is it 'the best' picture quality? No. Is it damn good for the money? Hell yes.
How do these compare to Sony and Samsung?

See see a lot of good deals but never actually seen one inplay. Never again will I but a Philips

picture so dark regardless of the brightening setting.
Edited by: "machomansavage" 16th Nov 2019
Top tip- go to the shop and see it working
I’m after a 120hz Hisense, waiting until Black Friday for obvious reasons, but do they actually do a 120hz?? Presume this is 60hz, help you intelligent lot!
This TV is cheap for a reason. It's
Edited by: "efc_4ever" 16th Nov 2019
Massey916/11/2019 18:09

I bought the 55” this morning the audio is decent you defiantly don’t need …I bought the 55” this morning the audio is decent you defiantly don’t need the sound bar, as for the picture for £350 you really can’t complain some people want everything for nothing.


I'm certainly not complaining and dont expect everything for nothing. Are you saying the picture isn't great then but since it's cheap you wont complain? I couldn't spend that sort of money on a TV and make excuses for a poor picture because it was cheap. I was tempted by these TVs as on paper they seem like brilliant vfm. But having read bad reviews I've decided I'd rather spend the same sort of money on a smaller screen from lg or samsung. You generally get what you pay for.
I got a 47" Hisense.

It went back...

And for anyone wondering, I'm not a brand snob. I was using Xiaomi for a long, long time before they became popular on here.
out of stock
decrypt16/11/2019 19:57

out of stock


Will be updated once all the customers send them back
i bought the b7500 version the other day... in the "backlight control" setting - choosing off, low, medium, or high backlight makes absolutely no difference to the brightness of the image. Is this tv defective? Or is it supposed to be like this. Can someone let me know?
efc_4ever16/11/2019 20:15

Will be updated once all the customers send them back


Says you who's posted hisense TV deals themselves.

You couldn't make it up
Edited by: "PennyTrader" 16th Nov 2019
PennyTrader16/11/2019 20:21

Says you who's posted hisense TV deals themselves.You couldn't make it up …Says you who's posted hisense TV deals themselves.You couldn't make it up


Ohhh you did your homework

Just because I post a deal doesn't mean I personally purchased it or like it myself
Edited by: "efc_4ever" 16th Nov 2019
Joeno16/11/2019 20:20

i bought the b7500 version the other day... in the "backlight control" …i bought the b7500 version the other day... in the "backlight control" setting - choosing off, low, medium, or high backlight makes absolutely no difference to the brightness of the image. Is this tv defective? Or is it supposed to be like this. Can someone let me know?


Defective
efc_4ever16/11/2019 20:21

Ohhh you did your homeworkJust because I post a deal doesn't mean I … Ohhh you did your homeworkJust because I post a deal doesn't mean I personally purchased it or like it myself


Aye' lots of trolls on here some go unnoticed.

But not on my watch lad
PennyTrader16/11/2019 20:24

Aye' lots of trolls on here some go unnoticed.But not on my watch lad


I'm not being funny mate but do I look like a troll to you

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efc_4ever16/11/2019 20:25

I'm not being funny mate but do I look like a troll to you[Image]


Is that a selfie?

Looks like Wayne Rooney - don't tell me he's your idol
hotUKdealFINDER16/11/2019 09:32

For anyone considering this for console gaming, the input lag is quoted as …For anyone considering this for console gaming, the input lag is quoted as 60ms (which is a lot), so you'd want to pass this one by...


Only if you play fast twitch online games Otherwise it's fine.
MCYounes16/11/2019 20:30

Only if you play fast twitch online games Otherwise it's fine.


Quite right, but for my boys it's a no go...
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