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HISENSE H65B7300UK 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV (2020) - £449 @ Amazon
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HISENSE H65B7300UK 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV (2020) - £449 @ Amazon

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Posted 16th May
Description
See every detail in stunning 4K HDR with the Hisense B7300 offering 4x more pixels than Full HD HDR technology supporting HDR 10 and HLG formats to stream contents from the likes of BBC iPlayer makes blacks darker whites brighter and enhances contrast Every type of sound is perfected with DTS Studio Sound - Volume Levelling Bass Enhancement Speaker EQ and Dialog Enhancement technology work hand-in-hand for the ultimate audio experience With an intuitive VIDAA U 3 0 Smart TV OS it’s never been simpler to access entertainment from Netflix Prime Video YouTube Rakuten TV and more Plus with the one touch remote access your favourite apps even faster Freeview Play also lets you catch up on your favourite shows on BBC iPlayer ITV Hub All 4 Demand 5 and UKTV Play whenever you like or pause and rewind live TV with no boxes and no monthly fees

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4K Resolution With 4x more pixels than traditional Full HD Hisense’s 4K Ultra HD resolution is the benchmark for stunningly realistic picture quality and pin-sharp clarity
HDR TECHNOLOGYHDR dramatically enhances detail by maximising contrast and colour accuracy for more true-to-life colours and amazing levels of clarity The detail in the darkest areas of a picture aren't lost
DTS Studio SoundVolume Levelling Bass Enhancement Speaker EQ and Dialog Enhancement technology work hand-in-hand for the ultimate audio experience
Smart Platform with access to the best online Streaming Services
VIDAA U 3 0 Smart TV - access Netflix Prime Video YouTube Freeview Play and more
Alexa control via mobile device - Download Remote Now App
Includes 2 years UK manufacturer
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Is there a conspiracy against people who want 75 inch, all the offers are 65 and lower
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Is there a conspiracy against people who want 75 inch, all the offers are 65 and lower
TV experts thoughts on this ?? Really looking for a 65" but I have no idea
Bought this last time for the same money, seems a good TV to me and well pleased.
bicboideals16/05/2020 21:24

TV experts thoughts on this ?? Really looking for a 65" but I have no idea


No expert here but I just check which mag reviews and they don’t rate Hisense TVs for some reason or another
My sister bought a 43inch hdr 4k tv and I was like what the F is that. But whenever I do go to her house I love the picture quailty so I ended up buying two of these one for me one for my sister as a gift. Great price great TV.
Same price at Currys. Doesn't seem too bad at all for the price. But I personally have had LG for last 2 screens and would prefer another one but with the single stand rather than 2 legs....but that is personal opinion
bicboideals16/05/2020 21:24

TV experts thoughts on this ?? Really looking for a 65" but I have no idea


At this price not much to complain about but dosen't mean its worth it for everyone. A decent second t.v. or for someone who dosen't really care much for the best of the best. With these hisense models they are generally the best of the worst. The ratings are higher than the samsungs in this price range though . I purachsed about 6 months ago but got 5 year warranty which is a must. Of course will struggle with anything HDR and not great on prime or netflix 4k but surprisingly works well with youtube. Also mine was updated and now has Alexa - works 7 out of 10 times I'd say.
Nicolas16/05/2020 21:10

Is there a conspiracy against people who want 75 inch, all the offers are …Is there a conspiracy against people who want 75 inch, all the offers are 65 and lower



Probably a year or two to wait. Manufacturing cost is lot higher on those sizes and demand is not that high at current price bracket. Shops do not stock so many either so less deals around. 65" now becomes standard as affordability reached wider audience. Worth waiting till summer end as new more affordable sets appearing so high chances for 70" 75" to appear on black friday deals.
As for this hisense guys be realistic 65" smart tv for £450! No it won't have all fancy AI image processing etc but for a budget set its more than enough to introduce you into 4k experience without breaking bank
Anthonis16/05/2020 22:39

Probably a year or two to wait. Manufacturing cost is lot higher on those …Probably a year or two to wait. Manufacturing cost is lot higher on those sizes and demand is not that high at current price bracket. Shops do not stock so many either so less deals around. 65" now becomes standard as affordability reached wider audience. Worth waiting till summer end as new more affordable sets appearing so high chances for 70" 75" to appear on black friday deals.As for this hisense guys be realistic 65" smart tv for £450! No it won't have all fancy AI image processing etc but for a budget set its more than enough to introduce you into 4k experience without breaking bank


You are right, the silly folks at which magazine blatantly said they don’t review any tv over 65 inch as it’s too big for the British public. Are they for real?! My neighbour has a 999 inch project (slight exaggeration) some nights when I am bored I watch his movies open air cinema from my balcony.
65 inch my back side

I ld love to watch cornation street on a 75 inch tv, can you imagine how big Ken barlows head would be on that
Edited by: "Nicolas" 16th May
Nicolas16/05/2020 22:44

You are right, the silly folks at which magazine blatantly said they don’t …You are right, the silly folks at which magazine blatantly said they don’t review any tv over 65 inch as it’s too big for the British public. Are they for real?! My neighbour has a 999 inch project (slight exaggeration) some nights when I am bored I watch his movies open air cinema from my balcony.65 inch my back sideI ld love to watch cornation street on a 75 inch tv, can you imagine how big Ken barlows head would be on that


Oh yeah projector times were great used to love my 120" 3d 1080p projector setup especially fun gaming like GTA. To be fair room I had it in wasn't even large. As 4k era emerged decided to go for tv as you cant really experience proper hdr with projectors (even new ones ). To be fair got bored now with 65" and looking for something bigger, but price difference is yet too high to consider jump. Also I would strongly advice to go for picture quality vs size. I mean if you have budget as example £1500 and got option to buy budget/mid range 75", probably best to spend on high range 65" as you can use full potential of it.
hmmm wonder how 3 of these would look up close with DCS World
Might get one if these for the downstairs toilet
I have the 42 inch one and for the price, with 1080p and 4k source, the picture is really very good. 43 inch has a VA panel, I'm guessing this one doe too but with checking.
Nicolas16/05/2020 21:10

Is there a conspiracy against people who want 75 inch, all the offers are …Is there a conspiracy against people who want 75 inch, all the offers are 65 and lower


Factories are setup for 65" as the main size so these have the best prices. Just look at oled, 65" was £1800 75" was £7000. It was 55 the other year, so 75 might be on the way, even in flagship tvs the price is dropping in the bigger sizes due to economies of scale.
Jonwillis17/05/2020 10:45

Factories are setup for 65" as the main size so these have the best … Factories are setup for 65" as the main size so these have the best prices. Just look at oled, 65" was £1800 75" was £7000. It was 55 the other year, so 75 might be on the way, even in flagship tvs the price is dropping in the bigger sizes due to economies of scale.


I think u r spot on. Certain sizes seem to have a massive jump in price.
Either way, if any marketing or sales manager working for any of the big companies reading this, stream line 75 inch for a decent price and u ll make a killing as I know a lot of people on here waiting for a decent price on one
Nicolas17/05/2020 10:48

I think u r spot on. Certain sizes seem to have a massive jump in …I think u r spot on. Certain sizes seem to have a massive jump in price.Either way, if any marketing or sales manager working for any of the big companies reading this, stream line 75 inch for a decent price and u ll make a killing as I know a lot of people on here waiting for a decent price on one


In part I agree, but I guess we are both coming from the fact we can "fit" in a 75in TV. I certainly couldn't do 82" or bigger as then I would have no room for the speakers :P

I have a hisense 43" in the dining room because a 55 would look out of place been only 4ft away. Yet the 43,47,55" tvs only had a cost difference of £50.

Would rather we go with bigger TV's instead of 8k, 8k has near zero content, is known to be of limited benifit, yet bigger screens are known to be better (subject to quality).
Jonwillis17/05/2020 10:55

In part I agree, but I guess we are both coming from the fact we can "fit" …In part I agree, but I guess we are both coming from the fact we can "fit" in a 75in TV. I certainly couldn't do 82" or bigger as then I would have no room for the speakers :PI have a hisense 43" in the dining room because a 55 would look out of place been only 4ft away. Yet the 43,47,55" tvs only had a cost difference of £50.Would rather we go with bigger TV's instead of 8k, 8k has near zero content, is known to be of limited benifit, yet bigger screens are known to be better (subject to quality).


Yeah I m not sure where u can even get 8k content
Jonwillis17/05/2020 11:04

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For the price of 8k I can just take a flight to Peru
Edited by: "Nicolas" 17th May
Jonwillis17/05/2020 10:55

Would rather we go with bigger TV's instead of 8k, 8k has near zero …Would rather we go with bigger TV's instead of 8k, 8k has near zero content, is known to be of limited benifit, yet bigger screens are known to be better (subject to quality).


8K is just a way to milk more money rather than go to the 'endgame' resolution of 16K. They could already produce 16K sets, but if they jump straight to it then there is a danger people will get them and hardly ever buy new ones. Also there is the issue of bandwidth to stream 16K content, i.e. it needs 1Gbps connections to become more available, while 8K can work with 100 Mbps connections.

16K is indistinguishable from real life in most normal cases and has been the end goal for a lot of graphics companies, especially in VR. There are certain cases for 32K but those are limited, and of course there are use cases for ultra massive displays to have resolutions beyond that but for normal house and commercial use 16K is probably all we will ever need.
Edited by: "ukle" 17th May
ukle17/05/2020 16:37

8K is just a way to milk more money rather than go to the 'endgame' …8K is just a way to milk more money rather than go to the 'endgame' resolution of 16K. They could already produce 16K sets, but if they jump straight to it then there is a danger people will get them and hardly ever buy new ones. Also there is the issue of bandwidth to stream 16K content, i.e. it needs 1Gbps connections to become more available, while 8K can work with 100 Mbps connections.16K is indistinguishable from real life in most normal cases and has been the end goal for a lot of graphics companies, especially in VR. There are certain cases for 32K but those are limited, and of course there are use cases for ultra massive displays to have resolutions beyond that but for normal house and commercial use 16K is probably all we will ever need.


MRI in hospitals do benifit from super high resolution displays so I heard from a student doing research in the area.
Great deal and voted hot but went for the Richer sounds recent deal as it has 6 year warranty - this one is "Includes 2 years UK manufacturer"
Bought this previously, you will need a soundbar and with 4k firestick, it’s pretty damn good for this price.
Has anyone else's order been cancelled. It still shows confirmed, but the pending money in the bank is now £0.00??!?
Anyone know where this model comes with a 5 year warranty please? I know the richer sounds has the 100 but I’d prefer this stand Thanks.
disney_cjd25/05/2020 15:41

Anyone know where this model comes with a 5 year warranty please? I know …Anyone know where this model comes with a 5 year warranty please? I know the richer sounds has the 100 but I’d prefer this stand Thanks.


Can't find the 7300 anywhere but Curry's and
amazon, but John Lewis has the 7500 with 5 year warranty.
johnlewis.com/hisense-h65b7500uk-2019-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-65-with-freeview-play-black-silver/p4083368?sku=238070002&s_ppc=2dx92700053282242121
Edited by: "Jonwillis" 25th May
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