Hisense H55M7000 55" Class LED UHD 4K TV Silver 4 x HDMI £714.99 @ BT Business
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Hisense H55M7000 55" Class LED UHD 4K TV Silver 4 x HDMI £714.99 @ BT Business

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The Next Generation in entertainment is here. Enjoy an immersive and true cinema quality home entertainment experience with more vivid colours, high definition for sharper images, and Ultra SMR (Smooth Motion Rate) for minimal shaking and blur of moving images. The Hisense M7000 model is the crown jewel for any family or media room in your house, bringing you closer to real than ever before.

ULED

ULED uses intelligent LEDs which respond dynamically to the image on screen, providing outstanding detail and enhanced colour authenticity.

HDR

HDR has the ability to display a wider and richer range of colours, much brighter whites, and much deeper, darker blacks. This gives the TV picture a more 'dynamic' look. HDR content preserves details in the darkest and brightest areas of a picture that are lost using current standards. It also allows for more natural, true-to-life colours that are closer to how we see them in real life.

4K Ultra High Definition

Packing four times the number of pixels into the same screen sizes as traditional 1080p HDTVs, UHD (Ultra High Definition) technology displays four times Full HD resolution enabling stunningly realistic picture quality and beautifully natural motion with incredible detail.

4K Upscaling

With our built in 4K engine, all of your existing Full HD sports, TV shows and movies are seamlessly upscaled to near super clear 4K Ultra HD quality.

Hisense Smart

Enjoy the entertainment you want when you want it. A Hisense Smart TV is equipped with WIFI, internet browser and built-in apps to connect you to the world or even to escape from it.

HEVC/ VP9

HEVC (also known as H.265) is the future standard for 4K video decoding. It allows you to stream 4K content over the web or via USB without requiring any other equipment. VP9 capability is essential for viewing 4K content on YouTube.

Wide Range Colour

Watching a Hisense TV is like looking through a window. Our proprietary technology improves transmissivity between the backlight and the colour filters resulting in a colour spectrum up to 25% wider than many standard LCD TV's. What this means is that the image on Hisense TV's or Monitors deliver a broader range of colours for a more natural viewing experience.

Freeview HD

With amazing detail and beautiful, rich colour, HD is the best way to experience programmes on Freeview. Get the UK's favourite TV channels in high definition subscription free!

The Freeview service is subject to coverage.

An aerial upgrade may be required. The FREEVIEW, FREEVIEW+, FREEVIEW HD and FREEVIEW+ HD words and logos are trade marks of DTV Services LTD. © DTV Services Ltd

Ultra Dimming

Uncover hidden colours and details with Hisense TV's. Developed in our own LCD module factory, Hisense local dimming solutions deliver superior performance by dimming specific areas of darkness on the screen.

PVR Ready

A Personal Video Recorder built in to a TV allows the user to record TV programmes on to a memory stick through a USB port. There's no degradation in picture and sound quality when you record a programme, and it's just as good as watching live TV. So not only can you watch all your favourite TV programmes by recording or even series linking them for the future, you can even pause live TV should you wish.

35 Comments

very good tv. It's not long had the HDR update. Had mine for 3 months now going to replace it with the exact same one.
(nothing faulty with the tv) 3 year olds toy flew off and cracked the screen.

10bit screen?

maniac618

10bit screen?



​yes

Original Poster

I have rang John Lewis and Richer Sounds if they would price match, because of their 5 and 6 years warranty.
Answers was no 
Emailed Ebuyer (£724), as the length of their warranty is not apparent on their website, waiting for reply

Original Poster

wakers88

very good tv. It's not long had the HDR update. Had mine for 3 months now … very good tv. It's not long had the HDR update. Had mine for 3 months now going to replace it with the exact same one.(nothing faulty with the tv) 3 year olds toy flew off and cracked the screen.


is it worth paying 714 and buying separate (insurance warranty including accident damage 4 years) , will take to £820 £21 extra to John Lewis.
Edited by: "leeds2000" 1st Oct 2016

bought mine from John Lewis for £799 worth pay the extra £75 for the 5yr warranty I have 2 young kids just made sense

Bought this yesterday from JL, it is a little cheaper on a couple of sites but well worth the extra with the 5 year guarantee.

leeds2000

I have rang John Lewis and Richer Sounds if they would price match, … I have rang John Lewis and Richer Sounds if they would price match, because of their 5 and 6 years warranty. Answers was no



Good.

oo lalaa is this really a 10 bit tv?

wakers88

​yes


According to the stats this is an 8bit panel: Hisense H55M7000

wakers88

​yes



No, it's 8-bit. It uses a FRC trick to "convert" the TV into 10-bit, but it's not native 10.

I'd like to know the feet spacing on this model if anyone has one? My stand is 1100mm wide.

Just had my 75inch hisence delivered
Quality set
Looking forward to the HDR update:)
Heat on this for the price

Pokerkingbouch

Just had my 75inch hisence delivered Quality set Looking forward to the … Just had my 75inch hisence delivered Quality set Looking forward to the HDR update:)Heat on this for the price



​Which one please and how much and from where. Any links. Don't remember seeing a hukd deal in that screen size.

bubblesmoney

​Which one please and how much and from where. Any links. Don't remember s … ​Which one please and how much and from where. Any links. Don't remember seeing a hukd deal in that screen size.


I would try Richer Sounds for the 6 year guarantee.

jamesgappley

bought mine from John Lewis for £799 worth pay the extra £75 for the 5yr w … bought mine from John Lewis for £799 worth pay the extra £75 for the 5yr warranty I have 2 young kids just made sense


Absolutely spot on!! That peace of mind is worth an awful lot, and JL service I have always found to be second to none for any of the issues I have had to ring up about regarding TVs. Wouldn't even consider buying a large TV without a 5 year warranty now.

Unless you absolutely need 55" then I would spend about £30 more and buy this one. currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

It uses both 10bit (unproven as to whether it actually is a 10 bit screen or 8 bit, lg say the prior) and dolby vision so necessary for dolby vision shows and films on netflix as well as 3d and 2d to 3d conversion which I quite like.

nice tv, i looking for new one for hdr, go nice with ps4 pro, i don't notice small difference but no a good pic when i see one, my only concern is weight of tv, i got this wooden tv stand from b and m, so i guess weight of 10 be fine but this is 20, think it can take it

Original Poster

trustedreviews.com/his…iew (I know it 65 inch review ) according to this M7000 are 10-bit penal. any thoughts?




leeds2000

http://www.trustedreviews.com/hisense-h65m7000-review (I know it 65 inch … http://www.trustedreviews.com/hisense-h65m7000-review (I know it 65 inch review ) according to this M7000 are 10-bit penal. any thoughts?



The new M7000 televisions are HDR (High Dynamic Range) 10-bit with a much wider dynamic range

translate.google.com/tra…url

I bought a m3300 only to be disappointed its not a 10bit panel. Hope this isn't the same.

they need to start putting the amount of input lag on hdr on these tv specs its a little bit deceiving not to

Question...why would someone pick this over the 55" philips tv that Argos have a deal on for £650?

Good reviews....low lag etc

Is this better than the H55M3300? If it's not a 10-bit panel, I don't see the difference besides coming with HDR out of the box...

"HDR has the ability to display a wider and richer range of colours, much brighter whites, and much deeper, darker blacks. This gives the TV picture a more 'dynamic' look. HDR content preserves details in the darkest and brightest areas of a picture that are lost using current standards. It also allows for more natural, true-to-life colours that are closer to how we see them in real life."

10 bit panel? HDR version is nondescript; Bespoke, HDR10 or Dolby Vision compatible?
Edited by: "fishmaster" 2nd Oct 2016

donbarney

they need to start putting the amount of input lag on hdr on these tv … they need to start putting the amount of input lag on hdr on these tv specs its a little bit deceiving not to


WTF you on about, its a TV not a computer monitor..

iKayZee

No, it's 8-bit. It uses a FRC trick to "convert" the TV into 10-bit, but … No, it's 8-bit. It uses a FRC trick to "convert" the TV into 10-bit, but it's not native 10.



​ok, I'm out.

maniac618

​ok, I'm out.



I don't think you can get a genuine 10-bit anywhere around this price point. Will be upwards of £1k for that...

bubblesmoney

​Which one please and how much and from where. Any links. Don't remember s … ​Which one please and how much and from where. Any links. Don't remember seeing a hukd deal in that screen size.


Had it from here pal shop.bt.com/pro…93e
Could have got it from richersounds with 6 years warranty for £2400 but they was a waiting stock
Looks like the btshop as also sold out now they had 7 in stock when I Ordered it last monday
Edited by: "Pokerkingbouch" 2nd Oct 2016

wakers88

very good tv. It's not long had the HDR update. Had mine for 3 months now … very good tv. It's not long had the HDR update. Had mine for 3 months now going to replace it with the exact same one.(nothing faulty with the tv) 3 year olds toy flew off and cracked the screen.



wakers88

very good tv. It's not long had the HDR update. Had mine for 3 months now … very good tv. It's not long had the HDR update. Had mine for 3 months now going to replace it with the exact same one.(nothing faulty with the tv) 3 year olds toy flew off and cracked the screen.


New for old policy?

I keep being drawn to these Hisense deals they certainly are priced and spec'd well for the £700 mark against similar LG and Samsung models. 55" is probably the biggest I would want to go with.

So what is the major difference between this and the H55M3300 and is it worth paying £200 extra for?

Original Poster

They put the price up (_;)

I purchased the 50inch 4k Hiense and was slightly skeptical a couple weeks back before taking the plunge for 370ish and so far its been amazing! as soon as I plugged her in it was asking me to perform an update to allow for HDR support so there is now an option to select this. Have been watching some Netflix and some Blu-ray movies and it really does look stunning. I owned a 43 inch 1080p Samsung before this which was similarly priced back when I bought it so very happy

Do is this 10bit panel or 8???

Anything with a 10bit panel around this price or max.£900?
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