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Hisense H50U7BUK 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR10, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos and Local Dimming £439 @ Ebay / Hughes
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Hisense H50U7BUK 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR10, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos and Local Dimming £439 @ Ebay / Hughes

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Unlock the beauty of the ULED screen with the 4K HDR picture of Hisense’s U7B. A fusion of Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos audio delivers a more vivid, lifelike and cinematic experience. Its Wide Colour Gamut produces a lush, wider spectrum of colour for heightened realism. The intuitive VIDAA U 3.0 smart platform opens up a world of online apps and streaming services, while built-in Freeview Play makes it simpler to catch up with your favourite shows.

ULED Technology
A ULED (Ultra LED) screen enhances the viewing experience and the picture’s realism beyond stunning 4K resolution. Ultra Colour delivers more vivid shades, Ultra Contrast gives lifelike brightness and depth through Local Dimming, while Ultra Motion ensures smooth visuals.

HDR with Dolby Vision
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 set supports Dolby Vision HDR for a richly authentic, cinema-like image.

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:

Dolby Atmos Sound: immersive Dolby Atmos places sound within three dimensions for an enveloping soundscape, with you at the centre of a cinematic audio experience.

Smooth Motion Rate 100: Watch the action unfold seamlessly. Blur and lag is reduced, and clarity is enhanced for a smooth picture of fluid motion. Perfect for fast action movies and live sports.

Local Dimming: Each backlight zone can be controlled independently, giving deeper blacks and bright whites, for more authentic, lifelike contrast.

Wide Colour Gamut: With a wider range of shades than standard screens, you’re engaged in a rich and real-world colour-scape.

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*.
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I've got the 55" version and it is a quality TV. Much better than my Samsung MU7000 that it replaced.
Cracking deal!

16 minutes in fr conclusion.
I'm waiting 27 days for Hisense to fix my TV. Only a year old and the power shuts in and off randomly. Don't think I would go Hisense again
still edge lit
Fantastic TV for the money very well built, wide colour gamut, dolby vision and atmos, 2 remotes supplied, 4 HDMI where most mid range tvs only have 3, I dont think there is another tv in this price range that comes close for features. I bought 2 of these last time they where on offer and apart from slight DSE on both I cannot fault them.
Glad I brought mine a few weeks ago with the ebay code back then, so to rub it it in but I paid £389 and it's a great tv.

And yes I know we dont have time machines
Buzroastbeef29/10/2019 14:33

Not an edge lit...


Currently FALD is around double the price and to be honest when your spending a Grand plus you would be better with an OLED in my opinion, unless you are happy with blooming cheaper FALD sets are a waste of time.
jonconlon29/10/2019 00:28

Glad I brought mine a few weeks ago with the ebay code back then, so to …Glad I brought mine a few weeks ago with the ebay code back then, so to rub it it in but I paid £389 and it's a great tv.And yes I know we dont have time machines


Didn't see it was £389 I would've bought it!
xp320029/10/2019 15:56

Currently FALD is around double the price and to be honest when your …Currently FALD is around double the price and to be honest when your spending a Grand plus you would be better with an OLED in my opinion, unless you are happy with blooming cheaper FALD sets are a waste of time.


I've had two top spec OLEDs and they've both suffered severe and irreversible burn-in issues. I wouldn't touch OLED again. Returning to my original point, there are DLED TVs that come in at the same price as that one offered here, that isn't edge lit.
tom619529/10/2019 16:04

Didn't see it was £389 I would've bought it!


I know, that's why I did
Was seeing it at £449 but used the code for AO ebay.
Also brought a polk command sound bar to go with it for £115
Buzroastbeef29/10/2019 16:07

I've had two top spec OLEDs and they've both suffered severe and …I've had two top spec OLEDs and they've both suffered severe and irreversible burn-in issues. I wouldn't touch OLED again. Returning to my original point, there are DLED TVs that come in at the same price as that one offered here, that isn't edge lit.


Cheap DLED can be worse than edge lit especially if it has no dimming as most cheaper models have not. As for the point of burn in on newer models of OLED you have to really abuse the TV to get it, The wife regularly leaves our Panasonic FZ802 on pause for 30-40 minutes a time while she is on the phone and 9 months down the line no signs of burn or any image retention as we make sure it gets turned in to standby when we are done so it can work its magic on the screen
jonconlon29/10/2019 16:24

I know, that's why I did Was seeing it at £449 but used the code for …I know, that's why I did Was seeing it at £449 but used the code for AO ebay.Also brought a polk command sound bar to go with it for £115


how is the sound without the soundbar? was it necessary to get a separate soundbar?
Michael_LeevKH05/11/2019 00:59

how is the sound without the soundbar? was it necessary to get a separate …how is the sound without the soundbar? was it necessary to get a separate soundbar?


The sound was fine from what I remember.
It was only a couple of days before the sound bar turned up and the difference between almost any tv speakers and a sound bar is night and day.
I got the sound bar because it was just over £500 for both and and the command bar also has alexa built in.
jonconlon05/11/2019 07:55

The sound was fine from what I remember.It was only a couple of days …The sound was fine from what I remember.It was only a couple of days before the sound bar turned up and the difference between almost any tv speakers and a sound bar is night and day.I got the sound bar because it was just over £500 for both and and the command bar also has alexa built in.


Ahh makes sense thanks for getting back to me!
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