4K Ultra HD TVs Buying Guide
Our buying guide will explain which type of 4k ultra hd tv would suit you most, how much you can expect to pay for one, and which features are worth looking out for.
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Great TV for a great price highly recommend!
With the Hisense 75P7 after a bit of picture setting tweaks 4K content, HD content and One X looks awesome and FTA looks decent as well. The Hisense OS is a bit lacking but with a Vodafone TV etc that can be solved. Also no bluetooth connectivity on this TV but other than that great telly highly recommend has plenty of HDMI ports and the picture quality and sound is great (although would recommend a seperate sound system to get the best out of it). Comes with 3 year in-home warranty as well.
If any one is interested these are the settings I've settled on.
Colour Saturation 40
Superb value for the $$$
Bought this 2 months ago to replace an ageing 55"but didn't want to spend big $$$. This TV fits the bill and the quality of the screening, blows you off. The smart functionalities like Youtube and Netflix makes it easier to view. Network connection setup could be a little tricky but nothing to worry about.
Purchased in March 2019.
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Perfect but not perfect
Bought the TV 2 months ago for my father (also benefits me as I live with him haha) as he enters retirement so he could enjoy all the movies Netflix offers in 5.1 whilst he still can. Initially the brightness and colour contrast was phenomenal however my sharp eye did notice some few discrepancies...first its NOT true 200Hz which I was thought to believe. The "Smooth Motion 200Hz" is quite misleading and is strictly the work of marketing, it is actually 100Hz but Hisense implements software that interpolates it into 200Hz. Basically it tricks o...ur eyes to believe that it is 200Hz through sliding fake identical images between each frame. Still, 100Hz seems more than enough...better than 60Hz however this flaw becomes obvious during fast paced games (COD Black Op 3 Zombies) or any action movies such as James Bond. If anything, switching to "smooth motion" and "gaming" modes actually worsen the experience as you can sense that the software is overdoing those inserting and so motion becomes awkwardly unnatural. Another thing is the local dimming which I had hoped would be a great feature however those blacks weren't as black as I hoped. If I placed my old 2008 Sony TV next to it, the blacks on the Sony would actually be darker. But thats not on Hisense, local dimming isn't OLED so I shouldn't be surprised. But not everything is rain and thunderstorms, as previously mentioned the colour is amazing (reds are really red). 4K content is shown in 4K as it should be, the aesthetics of outstanding especially the chrome legs (not paraphilia I promise). The usb slot is fantastic, I can plug any hard drive and play most movies directly from it DTS and 5.1, just make sure the TV can read the format shown in the specs. There is a slight lag in software but its faster than Kogan TVs (I have one at home too) and a bit slower than Samsung Tvs. I have an Apple TV 4K and I believe the TV can live without the Apple TV because Netflix and Youtube work as well as the Apple TV itself. Overall I am happy, but I was misled with some information and the rest of the flaws were due to my own ignorance.
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Bought This TV 2 times
I bought one for me 7 months ago at $2500ish then bought another one on special for $1956 at TheGoodGuys Myaree for my son's new apartment, I love the price of the Hisense, Samsung, Sony, LG also have 75" selling at $1995 but most only have 100mhz while Hisense has 200 motion whatever they named it, this is a smart TV and connected easily with my wifi and also with my Sony subwoofer to give a higher bass sound. It has Netflix and YouTube button on remote (my wife loves it). It has 3 HDMI USB and Optical to connect your subwoofer, for some reason Hisense didn't 'recognise' the Yamaha sub I bought even after calling Hisense and they guided me.
|Category||4K Ultra HD TVs|
|Type of TV||Smart TV|
|Energy Rating||4.5 star(s)|
|Number of HDMI Ports||4|
|Number of USB Ports||2|
|Dimensions (without stand)||963 x 1678 ×80 mm|
|Dimensions (with stand)||1031 x 1678 × 350 mm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||3 year(s)|
- GTIN14: 09337640004428
- MPN: 75P7
- GTIN13: 9337640004428
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