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Testseek.com have collected 23 expert reviews of the Hisense H65U7 and the average rating is 76%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Hisense H65U7.
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  Published: 2018-11-27, Author: Stephen , review by: techguide.com.au

  • Sleek design, Great black levels and colour, Affordable
  • Screen reflections, Brightness could be better
  • Hisense is a brand that continues to impress and it has come up with an admirable product with its first-ever OLED TV.Related PostsHisense unveils new Designer Collection of 4K ULED TVsTCL 55-inch X4 4K TV review – impressive quality at an affordable pric...

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  Published: 2018-12-06, Author: The , review by: goodhousekeeping.co.uk

  • Sports fans will love that the TV automatically tries to turn on sports mode if it detects live sport is being shown, although this only works when the TV is directly connected to the aerial and not through a set-top box, Simple and straightforward to use
  • Not very energy efficent and no eco mode, Only two of the four HDMI inputs support 4K content
  • If you're looking for UHD on a budget but don't want to compromise on style, this is the ideal buy. The picture looks clear and you get vivid colours from some of the different picture presets. It's not as energy efficient as some on the market and only t...

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  Published: 2018-06-20, review by: avforums.com

  • Good SDR performance, Simple but effective smart platform, Extensive video streaming support, Attractive design, Excellent build quality, Great price
  • Limited HDR performance, Narrow optimal viewing angle, HDMI 1.4 on two inputs
  • The Hisense U7A arrives with a degree of fanfare thanks to its selection as the Official TV of the FIFA Would Cup, so I guess the company's sponsorship of the tournament was a success. Hisense has certainly done a great job of improving its brand recognit...

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  Published: 2018-06-13, Author: Jim , review by: techadvisor.co.uk

  • If you don't want to spend thousands on your next TV, but don't want to sacrifice image quality too much, take a long hard look at the Hisense U7A. It looks more expensive than it is and offers a great picture for the money. There's a decent selection of...

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  Published: 2018-05-25, Author: Steve , review by: T3.com

  • Super sharp 4K picture quality, Design and finish belie affordable price, Handy Auto-Sports mode. Well, handy for sports…
  • Only two HDMIs support full fat 4K, HDR performance could be brighter
  • There's no shortage of competition in the sub-£1000 4K TV sector, particularly from the likes of Philips, Panasonic and LG, but at a launch price of £799 the U7A can be considered very solid value.Its aspirational design aesthetic and unfussy OS belie its...

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  Published: 2018-05-22, Author: Steve , review by: trustedreviews.com

  • Above average design and finish, Netflix, Amazon and YouTube in 4K, Freeview Play, Deliciously sharp 4K imagery
  • HDR isn't particularly bright, Only two HDMIs support 4K @ 60Hz
  • If you want a stylish-looking 4K flatscreen, built around a decent smart platform with some fun functionality, the U7A should definitely make your shortlist...

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  Published: 2018-05-03, Author: Steve , review by: techradar.com

  • Polished, minimalist design, Razor sharp 4K imagery, No-nonsense smart platform, Freeview Play tuner
  • Underpowered HDR performance, Some image presets disappoint, Limited off axis viewing, Only two HDMIs with 4K@60Hz
  • If you're after a mid-range 4K TV that doesn't look like an escapee from the bargain bin, the U7A is well worth an audition. It's nicely turned out and boasts an impressive feature suite. Overall image quality is high (despite the low HDR rating), provide...

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  Published: 2019-08-02, Author: Eduardo , review by: muycomputer.com

  • Calidad UHD 4K con HDR10+ y Dolby Vision, Sonido fuerte y claro, Gran cantidad de HDMI y USBs
  • Problemas con la interfaz VIDAA, Problemas de compatibilidad con Alexa
  • Hisense U7BLo primero que debemos entender, es que la Hisense U7B no está planteada para competir con los televisores de alta gama, por lo que aunque tenga características como el HDR10+, el uso de un panel 8 bits y 350 nits provocará que los resultados...

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  Published: 2019-07-18, Author: Dimitri , review by: 01net.com

  • Rapport qualité/prix, Qualité d'image, Lecteur audio/vidéo intégré,
  • Qualité audio, Lenteurs de l'interface
  • Sans vraiment rivaliser avec les cadors du secteur, l'U7B offre une alternative crédible à moins de 1000 euros aux Samsung, LG et autres Sony. A ce niveau de prix, les performances sont assez remarquables, à commencer par la qualité d'image. En revanche...

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  Published: 2019-06-24, review by: Lesnumeriques.com

  • Qualité d'image en SDR, Bonne calibration en HDR, Finition, Alexa intégré au téléviseur, Micro sur la télécommande
  • Pic de luminosité qui limite l'intérêt du HDR, Angles de vision réduits
  • Le Hisense H65U7B est un bon téléviseur qui délivre une image très bien calibrée en SDR et assez bonne en HDR. Il lui manque simplement un pic de luminosité plus élevé et une dalle plus réactive pour rivaliser avec des téléviseurs plus haut de gamme comme...

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