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Hisense H50U7BUK 50 inch 4k Ultra HD TV £449 at Richer Sounds
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Hisense H50U7BUK 50 inch 4k Ultra HD TV £449 at Richer Sounds

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Posted 15th Sep 2019

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Take a step-up in performance with the Hisense 50U7BUK ULED TV.

ULED TV – your guarantee of a superb picture
The Hisense 50U7BUK uses a range of Hisense technologies to deliver class-leading picture quality. Local dimming controls individual areas of the screen, for darker and lighter contrast – giving superb realism. Wide Colour Gamut maximises the colour range for a broader spread of colour. SMR 100 produces super-smooth motion, making action movies and fast-moving sport clearer and sharper, letting you keep a keen eye on all the action.

HDR support, including Dolby Vision
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. As well as HDR10 and HLG formats, this Hisense is also compatible with Dolby Vision. Dolby Vision optimises the HDR format to give quite simply the sharpest, most accurate images possible. Very much an industry standard, Dolby Vision continually adjusts the picture for the most remarkable realism.

Dolby Atmos compatible sound
With a Dolby Atmos processor built-in this sophisticated Hisense TV decodes Atmos sound tracks - giving you the potential for an even more immersive sound. With its built-in equaliser and a 20 watt amp, the H50UB7BUK delivers a powerful sound, tuned by you.

Smart TV made easy, with VIDAA U 3.0
Featuring a brand new Smart OS called VIDAA U 3.0, this Hisense 50 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.

Fully connected
Fitted with four HDMI sockets, the 55U7BUK has all you need for connecting sources. 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.

Sleek, Unibody design
Fashioned from a single piece that reaches from edge to edge, around the back of the TV, the 55U7BUK is a sleek, good-looking TV. The near bezel-less frame lets you concentrate on the image rather than the TV’s surround. The sleek stands compliments the TV, giving an understated appeal.
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I've had my eye on this TV for a while now. Seems to offer excellent value for money.

Was also thinking about this Panasonic for £699 but honestly feel the Hisense would be better - plus the Hisense has an extra HDMI port and a satellite connection (for free to air satellite channels). The Panasonic only has Freeview.
Edited by: "preecey" 15th Sep 2019
Still waiting for the u8b :(.
preecey15/09/2019 16:39

I've had my eye on this TV for a while now. Seems to offer excellent value …I've had my eye on this TV for a while now. Seems to offer excellent value for money.Was also thinking about this Panasonic for £699 but honestly feel the Hisense would be better - plus the Hisense has an extra HDMI port and a satellite connection (for free to air satellite channels). The Panasonic only has Freeview.


Look at the LG 55 inch SK9500, you can get it for £700 new from prc direct. The difference is day and night.. Direct led, real 10 bit HDR, double the brightness for SDR and HDR, dobly atmos speakers which actually have punchy bass. The local dimming isn't amazing but it works (better than not having it) it was LGs flagship no OLED TV last year.
Edited by: "Josh_millen" 15th Sep 2019
Fantastic TV for the price.
Josh_millen15/09/2019 20:59

Look at the LG 55 inch SK9500, you can get it for £700 new from prc …Look at the LG 55 inch SK9500, you can get it for £700 new from prc direct. The difference is day and night.. Direct led, real 10 bit HDR, double the brightness for SDR and HDR, dobly atmos speakers which actually have punchy bass. The local dimming isn't amazing but it works (better than not having it) it was LGs flagship no OLED TV last year.


Thanks for the recommendation, I appreciate it. It's just that I have a long standing grudge against LG since about ten years ago. Every LG product I, or any family member has owned, tended to fail very shortly after the warranty expiry; which has drastically lessened my opinion of them. One LG TV my grandparents owned failed a day after the warranty expired (seriously!), which is part of the reason I'd not consider them.

After being a member of this site for so long I've had the opinion that:

Samsung are generally great TVs
Hisense are fabulous budget TVs
Panasonic (non-Vestel) TVs are also great
Sony premium TVs are the dog's gonads.
Everything else is rubbish.
Hisense H50U7BUK or LG 49UM7400? I would use it at work connected to PC. Thank you.
Edited by: "LinasDs" 16th Sep 2019
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