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Hisense H65B7100UK 65 inch (2019) 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV - £473.10 delivered @ AO / eBay
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Hisense H65B7100UK 65 inch (2019) 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV - £473.10 delivered @ AO / eBay

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Posted 7th Mar

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Good offer for this 65" TV delivered - use code PRODUCT5 at checkout. Comes with a 2 year guarantee.

Product features
  • Picture quality: 1500 PCI
  • HDR: HDR10 / Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG)
  • Catch-up TV & 4K streaming
  • Freeview HD with Freeview Play
  • HDMI 2.0 x 3

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Immerse yourself in the action, with the Hisense 65B7100UK

Big screen 4K
Size isn’t everything, but when it comes to TV screen size, there’s nothing that beats a big screen for picture immersion. Making the most this Hisense’s 65 inch screen, 4K UHD resolution with HDR reveals every tiny detail.

HDR support to maximise image quality
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. Compatible with HDR10 and HLG, the Hisense 65B7100UK is all set to get the best from a wide range of video, gaming and TV HDR sources.

Smart TV made easy, with VIDAA U 3.0
Featuring a brand new Smart OS called VIDAA U 3.0, this Hisense 65 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.

All the connections
Fitted with three HDMI sockets, the 65B7100UK has you covered for inputs. 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.

Make every night a movie night experience to remember, with the Hisense 65B7100UK.

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Has been around £420 regularly over last 3 weeks from Costco with 5 year warranty. I ordered but then cancelled as reviews suggest its a very budget TV with respect to picture processing and glitchy apps etc despite the cheap price.
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Under £500 for 65 inch ummm bargainnnn
merb078607/03/2020 17:13

If anyone wants the extra warranty, RS will offer it for …If anyone wants the extra warranty, RS will offer it for £549https://www.richersounds.com/hisense-65b7100uk.html


Doesn't RS price match with AO? Or not from Ebay listings prob!
surajr07/03/2020 17:37

Doesn't RS price match with AO? Or not from Ebay listings prob!


Not for eBay AFAIK
Love this one
Has been around £420 regularly over last 3 weeks from Costco with 5 year warranty. I ordered but then cancelled as reviews suggest its a very budget TV with respect to picture processing and glitchy apps etc despite the cheap price.
Anyone any opinions on this
currys.co.uk/gbu…tml
How does it compare to this one, any help appreciated
Heat for this mate! A very nice set for the money! 🔥
Mrsweet07/03/2020 21:07

Heat for this mate! A very nice set for the money! 🔥


Ta mate
5% discount, is that all?
Costco selling for £350
Some have had problems with media playback on some sets.. avforums.com/thr…20/
This or the Samsung NU7500 curved 55"
If i was going for a cheap tv id get a tcl otherwise stick to LG
YosëXI08/03/2020 13:19

If i was going for a cheap tv id get a tcl otherwise stick to LG


tcl? lol
brightsky08/03/2020 02:33

got a link please


probs out of stock but costco were selling the b7300uk for like £420 or something a few months ago cant remeber( see if it pops up on hukd search bar) and the b7500uk was this price not so long ago.

hotukdeals.com/dea…755
Edited by: "1qw" 8th Mar
picked this up recently from RS for £480 with 6 year guarantee.

Honestly, for sub £500 I'm happy. Not had any issues, though I did tinker with the app-menu layout as found it cluttered. Easy access to Netflix and prime via dedicated buttons.

Hot from me.
Any good for xbox?
sky sports?
I would be happy if it was a way to completely remove all built in software which is useless for this entry tv. I would rather save those extra bucks in app development towards slightly better processors. That would be an amazing value for money for this tv range.
morcef08/03/2020 15:33

I would be happy if it was a way to completely remove all built in …I would be happy if it was a way to completely remove all built in software which is useless for this entry tv. I would rather save those extra bucks in app development towards slightly better processors. That would be an amazing value for money for this tv range.


I have an earlier generation 55N5500 and find the apps more than adequate, one button access to Netflix, Prime, YouTube and Freeview Play and other apps such as Rakuten and all the main catch-ups including iPlayer via the menu. All apps run well including 4K where available, and have received several updates the most recent one being last month. The only app that has slowed down is Prime but you'll see in the various forums that this is an Amazon issue, and other platforms have also slowed down recently due to recent API updates in the app.

All in all, very happy with my Hisense TV so far and having the apps built in means one less box under the TV.

Hisense I believe are the only mainstream manufacturer offering a 2 year warranty out of the box. I'd spend a little bit extra if I can find an extended warranty on offer, and also stretch to the 7500 model if possible, that's on another level.

However, for a 65 incher this is a very keen price.

Heated.
Edited by: "hcc27" 8th Mar
krazzy07/03/2020 20:37

Anyone any opinions on …Anyone any opinions on thishttps://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/toshiba-65u2963db-65-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-led-tv-10199871-pdt.htmlHow does it compare to this one, any help appreciated


Dont ask for opinions on here dude you are just asking for a protracted Vestel argument lol

Good tv for the price 65 inch is where its at BIGGER IS BETTER!
Edited by: "Bassinvader" 8th Mar
COLD Had to send this back to Costco where I purchased it from for £419 Including 5 years warranty
It was returned as the screen uniformity was horrendous and lots of very noticeable banding.
Edited by: "n0chex" 8th Mar
Bassinvader08/03/2020 19:20

Dont ask for opinions on here dude you are just asking for a protracted …Dont ask for opinions on here dude you are just asking for a protracted Vestel argument lol Good tv for the price 65 inch is where its at BIGGER IS BETTER!


Thanks, I'll keep that in mind.

I've had a Finlux for a few years, and son just destroyed it with a well aimed toy.
I do like the idea of the Hisense and being able to sideload apps on to it.

Anyone know the difference between this and the 65B7500UK version? Is it worth the extra money, to go for the higher model?

richersounds.com/his…tml
hcc2708/03/2020 17:02

I have an earlier generation 55N5500 and find the apps more than adequate, …I have an earlier generation 55N5500 and find the apps more than adequate, one button access to Netflix, Prime, YouTube and Freeview Play and other apps such as Rakuten and all the main catch-ups including iPlayer via the menu. All apps run well including 4K where available, and have received several updates the most recent one being last month. The only app that has slowed down is Prime but you'll see in the various forums that this is an Amazon issue, and other platforms have also slowed down recently due to recent API updates in the app.All in all, very happy with my Hisense TV so far and having the apps built in means one less box under the TV.Hisense I believe are the only mainstream manufacturer offering a 2 year warranty out of the box. I'd spend a little bit extra if I can find an extended warranty on offer, and also stretch to the 7500 model if possible, that's on another level.However, for a 65 incher this is a very keen price.Heated.


What makes the 7500 better? Spec seems to be similar?
krazzy08/03/2020 20:04

What makes the 7500 better? Spec seems to be similar?


Dolby Vision, Wide Colour Gamut, Unibody construction, Bluetooth.

Also received a very high rating from AVforums.
hcc2708/03/2020 20:24

Dolby Vision, Wide Colour Gamut, Unibody construction, Bluetooth. Also …Dolby Vision, Wide Colour Gamut, Unibody construction, Bluetooth. Also received a very high rating from AVforums.


Ok thanks, decisions, decisions
How's much can I spend without getting shouted at
dodge74707/03/2020 18:18

Has been around £420 regularly over last 3 weeks from Costco with 5 year …Has been around £420 regularly over last 3 weeks from Costco with 5 year warranty. I ordered but then cancelled as reviews suggest its a very budget TV with respect to picture processing and glitchy apps etc despite the cheap price.




I ordered b7500 which was glitchy and froze few times and got 7100 for £420 from Costco instead. Works well, no glitches. And you can't expect it to be top notch for £420 for 65inch TV.
Can't afford QLED atm so thought I can live with this one for a few years, and then when QLEDs prices come down I will buy that one then.
TBH - after few weeks of use I can't complaint.
Freeview quality is cr#p as hell. But anything from satelite receiver is fine. Netflix content great + 4k on netfilx and YouTube looks great.

Just bear in mind that most of current programs, films etc are still FHD and not 4k.
To have full use of the telly you need to watch 4k image as up scaling always be ok and not perfect.
Dolby Vision - cool option but you get similar effect (if not the same) with Cinema Day setting. And be honest with yourselves - is Dolby Vision be 'exactly as director wanted' on a cheap panel TV. Same with dolby DTS or whatever else system it has on two TV mounted speakers? No way.

Want great sound - get yourself a soundbar and you're not bothered with TV systems.

Want great quality? - buy £1900+ QLED.

I CAN live with this one's quality (but we all have different expectations and amount to spend) and will buy QLED when they come down to a reasonable £600-900.

Not sure on decision? - visit friend who's got this or the other TV and watch a movie. The showroom movies will not show you eg. Freeview bbc1 quality (arrgh disaster!) and are made to show an ideal image for the panel - which may dissapoint you little when you get home and watch BBC news...
Edited by: "i003z15" 8th Mar
i003z1508/03/2020 21:35

I ordered b7500 which was glitchy and froze few times and got 7100 for …I ordered b7500 which was glitchy and froze few times and got 7100 for £420 from Costco instead. Works well, no glitches. And you can't expect it to be top notch for £420 for 65inch TV.Can't afford QLED atm so thought I can live with this one for a few years, and then when QLEDs prices come down I will buy that one then. TBH - after few weeks of use I can't complaint.Freeview quality is cr#p as hell. But anything from satelite receiver is fine. Netflix content great + 4k on netfilx and YouTube looks great. Just bear in mind that most of current programs, films etc are still FHD and not 4k. To have full use of the telly you need to watch 4k image as up scaling always be ok and not perfect. Dolby Vision - cool option but you get similar effect (if not the same) with Cinema Day setting. And be honest with yourselves - is Dolby Vision be 'exactly as director wanted' on a cheap panel TV. Same with dolby DTS or whatever else system it has on two TV mounted speakers? No way. Want great sound - get yourself a soundbar and you're not bothered with TV systems. Want great quality? - buy £1900+ QLED. I CAN live with this one's quality (but we all have different expectations and amount to spend) and will buy QLED when they come down to a reasonable £600-900.Not sure on decision? - visit friend who's got this or the other TV and watch a movie. The showroom movies will not show you eg. Freeview bbc1 quality (arrgh disaster!) and are made to show an ideal image for the panel - which may dissapoint you little when you get home and watch BBC news...


Would you mind expanding on the glitches you were having with the 7500?
What exactly was freezing? The apps, menu, certain channels?
I'd really appreciate it, was strongly edging towards it and don't want to have to mess about sending it back if it's not right
Thanks
For these money nobody should ever complain about the quality.
Edited by: "morcef" 8th Mar
krazzy08/03/2020 22:33

Would you mind expanding on the glitches you were having with the …Would you mind expanding on the glitches you were having with the 7500?What exactly was freezing? The apps, menu, certain channels?I'd really appreciate it, was strongly edging towards it and don't want to have to mess about sending it back if it's not rightThanks


TV froze 3 times, once in YouTube app, once in BBC app and once switching the channels (stopped reacting, frozen image) only unplugging from mains reset it. The TV was set to Cinema Day mode (which is kind of more yellow and darker than standard mode) and while watching sat TV the brightness of the image was switching. And not it wasn't the option (can't recall it's name - which adjusts the scene slightly, gradually). The brightness was jumping up and down randomly which was driving me mad.
Once the images switched to half TV size the other half was just pink
40070453-THkB9.jpgand then to the smaller one, like with black bars all around - like showing 50 inch image in 65 inch TV
Maybe I was just unlucky. And yes the TV software was updated to the latest one.
Hope that helps.
Edited by: "i003z15" 9th Mar
i003z1509/03/2020 05:46

TV froze 3 times, once in YouTube app, once in BBC app and once switching …TV froze 3 times, once in YouTube app, once in BBC app and once switching the channels (stopped reacting, frozen image) only unplugging from mains reset it. The TV was set to Cinema Day mode (which is kind of more yellow and darker than standard mode) and while watching sat TV the brightness of the image was switching. And not it wasn't the option (can't recall it's name - which adjusts the scene slightly, gradually). The brightness was jumping up and down randomly which was driving me mad. Once the images switched to half TV size the other half was just pink [Image] and then to the smaller one, like with black bars all around - like showing 50 inch image in 65 inch TV Maybe I was just unlucky. And yes the TV software was updated to the latest one. Hope that helps.


Thanks for the info
n0chex08/03/2020 19:48

COLD Had to send this back to Costco where I purchased it from for £419 …COLD Had to send this back to Costco where I purchased it from for £419 Including 5 years warranty It was returned as the screen uniformity was horrendous and lots of very noticeable banding.

Simply a fault with your particular set not with the model as a whole.
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