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Hisense H55U7BUK (2019) ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview Play, Black/Silver £454 @ hughesdirect eBay
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Hisense H55U7BUK (2019) ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview Play, Black/Silver £454 @ hughesdirect eBay

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Posted 17th Nov 2019

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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 55” 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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24 Comments
Too bad the 55" is too big for my kitchen. Waiting for the same model in 50" to go on offer
Yeah, this or the 7500 in 50", unless a decent Samsung comes up in the same range.
Tsubodai17/11/2019 22:20

Yeah, this or the 7500 in 50", unless a decent Samsung comes up in the …Yeah, this or the 7500 in 50", unless a decent Samsung comes up in the same range.


There are no decent Samsung's this year as none support Dolby atmos or Vision so very limited going forward.
xp320017/11/2019 22:24

There are no decent Samsung's this year as none support Dolby atmos or …There are no decent Samsung's this year as none support Dolby atmos or Vision so very limited going forward.



Ah, thanks mate. I'll cross Samsung off the list then :-) What about LG?
Tsubodai17/11/2019 22:25

Ah, thanks mate. I'll cross Samsung off the list then :-) What about LG?


Upper end LCD LGs support Dolby and so do all the LG OLED tvs

If you are looking for around £500 either one of these or my personal favourite the Philip's 7300 series both support all formats going forward.
Edited by: "xp3200" 17th Nov 2019
xp320017/11/2019 22:28

Upper end LCD LGs support Dolby and so do all the LG OLED tvs



They'll be outside of what I'm looking for I'd say. Just looking for something between 43-50" as a second tv for the family room & the Hisense seem to be good vfm
Edit - so I'm probably in the right ballpark
Edited by: "Tsubodai" 17th Nov 2019
Tsubodai17/11/2019 22:31

They'll be outside of what I'm looking for I'd say. Just looking for …They'll be outside of what I'm looking for I'd say. Just looking for something between 43-50" as a second tv for the family room & the Hisense seem to be good vfmEdit - so I'm probably in the right ballpark


The Philip's 7304 or 7334 50" can be found for around £400 with discount on Ebay, A fantastic tv for little money.
xp320017/11/2019 22:37

The Philip's 7304 or 7334 50" can be found for around £400 with discount …The Philip's 7304 or 7334 50" can be found for around £400 with discount on Ebay, A fantastic tv for little money.



Thanks mate - I'll have alook at them too
xp320017/11/2019 22:37

The Philip's 7304 or 7334 50" can be found for around £400 with discount …The Philip's 7304 or 7334 50" can be found for around £400 with discount on Ebay, A fantastic tv for little money.


What about in comparison to lgs and Samsung at the price range in regards to picture quality? I'm on the look out and keep being drawn back to the Philips 7334
eternalomen18/11/2019 10:01

What about in comparison to lgs and Samsung at the price range in regards …What about in comparison to lgs and Samsung at the price range in regards to picture quality? I'm on the look out and keep being drawn back to the Philips 7334


I do not think you can beat the Philips in this price range, The picture quality and motion is amazing for the price and has all the formats needed to play anything from all the streaming services, it's as good as my Samsung MU7000 that cost twice the price, Most LGs as this price will use IPS panels so will have washed out blacks and poor contrast.
xp320018/11/2019 10:29

I do not think you can beat the Philips in this price range, The picture …I do not think you can beat the Philips in this price range, The picture quality and motion is amazing for the price and has all the formats needed to play anything from all the streaming services, it's as good as my Samsung MU7000 that cost twice the price, Most LGs as this price will use IPS panels so will have washed out blacks and poor contrast.


Is it really as good as the mu 7000??
I've narrowed my search down to the hisense H50U7BUK and the Philips 7334 50". Both cracking TVs from what I've heard, but as everything with the budget range TVs they both still receive some negative reviews
dazrasx18/11/2019 10:47

Is it really as good as the mu 7000??


Yes it is, The MU7000 can get brighter but in terms of picture quality they are both on par, The Philips having better support for Dolby vision and Atmos etc and ambilight is fantastic.
mattster18/11/2019 11:03

I've narrowed my search down to the hisense H50U7BUK and the Philips 7334 …I've narrowed my search down to the hisense H50U7BUK and the Philips 7334 50". Both cracking TVs from what I've heard, but as everything with the budget range TVs they both still receive some negative reviews


I've owned both, The Philips has better motion, ambilight and gets slightly brighter, also has android TV that runs smoothly.
xp320018/11/2019 11:45

I've owned both, The Philips has better motion, ambilight and gets …I've owned both, The Philips has better motion, ambilight and gets slightly brighter, also has android TV that runs smoothly.


OK. Can't find a 65 inch version though. Anyone know where
dazrasx18/11/2019 11:49

OK. Can't find a 65 inch version though. Anyone know where


Be aware the 65" version uses an IPS panel so blacks and contrast will be poor, 50" and 58" use VA panels 😃
xp320018/11/2019 11:45

I've owned both, The Philips has better motion, ambilight and gets …I've owned both, The Philips has better motion, ambilight and gets slightly brighter, also has android TV that runs smoothly.


Thanks for the info, extremely useful.
xp320018/11/2019 11:53

Be aware the 65" version uses an IPS panel so blacks and contrast will be …Be aware the 65" version uses an IPS panel so blacks and contrast will be poor, 50" and 58" use VA panels 😃


That's that off the list then
xp320018/11/2019 11:42

Yes it is, The MU7000 can get brighter but in terms of picture quality …Yes it is, The MU7000 can get brighter but in terms of picture quality they are both on par, The Philips having better support for Dolby vision and Atmos etc and ambilight is fantastic.


Hi, looking at the 6704, do you think the lack of Android and P5 Processor negates their value? Can get the 6704, with the free soundbar for £360 total.
This in 65 for ~500 is my aim
zqk25f18/11/2019 23:39

Hi, looking at the 6704, do you think the lack of Android and P5 Processor …Hi, looking at the 6704, do you think the lack of Android and P5 Processor negates their value? Can get the 6704, with the free soundbar for £360 total.


No the 7304 is a much better tv, the 6704 has worse viewing angles and the micro dimming is near useless, motion is also no where near as good plus it's not as premium in build quality, you also lose a HDMI port, Spend the extra few £ you won't regret it.
Edited by: "xp3200" 19th Nov 2019
xp320019/11/2019 10:59

No the 7304 is a much better tv, the 6704 has worse viewing angles and the …No the 7304 is a much better tv, the 6704 has worse viewing angles and the micro dimming is near useless, motion is also no where near as good plus it's not as premium in build quality, you also lose a HDMI port, Spend the extra few £ you won't regret it.


Personal experience? Most of the reviews I've read don't mention those issues and are fairly glowing.
zqk25f19/11/2019 13:51

Personal experience? Most of the reviews I've read don't mention those …Personal experience? Most of the reviews I've read don't mention those issues and are fairly glowing.


If you don't own both I suppose you would never know the difference, my son had the 6504 which is the same TV as the 6704 but without ambilight, we sent it back and spent £100 more at the time for the 7304 and the difference is night and day. I also have the 7334 which has the keyboard on the remote. It's your choice all I can do is give my opinion as we have owned both along with a Samsung MU7000 and a Panasonic FZ802 OLED.
xp320019/11/2019 15:25

If you don't own both I suppose you would never know the difference, my …If you don't own both I suppose you would never know the difference, my son had the 6504 which is the same TV as the 6704 but without ambilight, we sent it back and spent £100 more at the time for the 7304 and the difference is night and day. I also have the 7334 which has the keyboard on the remote. It's your choice all I can do is give my opinion as we have owned both along with a Samsung MU7000 and a Panasonic FZ802 OLED.


That's good feedback. Thank you.
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