HISENSE 55U7QFTUK Quantum Series 55-inch 4K UHD HDR Smart TV with Freeview play, and Alexa Built-in (2020 series), Silver
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Funnel Dolby Atmos content – the Brad Pitt-starring Fury – and it sounds more expansive, taller and with more depth, if not much width. There’s still a tendency for the audio to stay rooted to the lower half of the screen though. For daytime TV this is fine, for anything more, consider a soundbar. You should buy the Hisense 55U8QFTUK if… This cookie is set by Bazaarvoice. This is a session cookie used for internal Bazaarvoice web analytics to be correlated to the same user browsing session for interactions within a particular client domain. Direct Full Array Local Dimming lets you experience remarkable contrast levels with independently controlled dimming zones, enabling pinpoint detail in darker scenes and stunning brightness.
55U7QFTUK user manual (English - 23 pages) Hisense 55U7QFTUK user manual (English - 23 pages)
The Hisense U7QF is a very good midrange LED LCD that uses Quantum Dot technology and also has Dolby Vision, HDR10+, HLG and HDR10 capabilities along with Dolby Atmos sound onboard. The smart TV system is intuitive and fast with a decent selection of apps as well as Freeview Play and all the UK catch-up services. Gaming input lag is also decent at 17ms but it doesn’t have all the HDMI 2.1 goods for VRR or ALLM.
The video processing in the Hisense U7QF is powered by the Hi-View Engine which helps with motion and scaling of images. We found the upscaling to be good with only the odd instance of ringing around fine lines in some test patterns, but this was not visible in the vast majority of HD content we viewed.
Hisense U7QF (55U7QFTUK) 4K ULED TV Review | AVForums
With 4K Blu-ray content the Hisense stretches its legs. It doesn’t have a native 10-bit panel commonly used for HDR, instead employing 8-bit + FRC– a form of dithering that cycles between different colours with each new frame to match the colour range of a 10-bit panel – and results are pretty good. The rest of the VIDAA U4 experience is basically fine, and if that sounds like damning with faint praise, then it probably is. It’s usable, responsive and pleasant looking but, as with many TV UIs, we aren't convinced that the content suggestions are all that helpful, particularly when they require subscriptions and rental fees to access them. We do, at least, like that the content is grouped by genre and that it’s made clear which service they’re on before you select them. Watching the BBC news in Full HD, the close-ups of the in-studio correspondents are good, there’s reasonable upscaled skin detail and colour balance and vibrancy throughout the picture remains strong.Percentage luminance drop at 20 degree vertical angle from the centre of the screen with 50% white output Subtitle and audio description information spoken on the electronic programme guide more info panel
HISENSE 50U7QFTUK Quantum Series 50-inch 4K UHD HDR Smart TV
Prices valid in stores (all including VAT) until close of business on 2nd November 2023. (Some of these web prices are cheaper than in-store, so please mention that you've seen these offers online.)There’s an aspect of personalisation to the VIDAA interface with app recommendations and a peak at what’s trending for those with Netflix accounts. VIDAA is also Chromecast-able for flinging content at the TV. Alexa is built in, so the TV can be controlled by your voice if you fancy a chat. Along with HDR 10+ and Dolby Vision, the Hisense 55U7QFTUK is Dolby Atmos-enabled, but the modest two 10W speaker arrangement doesn’t do much to create a sense of space to the sound. Watching the Kiln prison break scene in Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol.2, the flying machine gun drones all sound far too close to the panel itself to add much excitement. Subtitles and audio description information displayed on electronic programme guide more info panel