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Hisense 55E7HQTUK QLED Gaming Series 55-inch 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR Smart TV with YouTube, Netflix, Disney + Freeview Play and Alexa Built-in, Bluetooth and WiFi, TUV Certificated (2022 NEW)

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The Hisense U7 supports most common resolutions, and it displays chroma 4:4:4, which is essential for clear text from a PC. Other inputs include a pair of USB ports, an optical digital audio output, an Ethernet network port and a headphone jack, along with the now inevitable Wi-Fi support. Options include raising the brightness of dark picture areas to make it easier to spot lurking enemies, and multiple aspect ratio support. Ultra dimming and a 4K resolution upscaler ensure sophisticated image optimization so that content with a lower resolution can also be displayed perfectly.

system with 40W of power and support for both hi-res digital audio formats and Dolby Atmos soundtracks. The U8H delivers much better picture quality, as it has a better local dimming feature with a Mini LED backlight.On the plus side, however, it’s a well-specified television with a good smart TV interface, some very worthwhile gaming features, and a facility with on-screen motion that’s a match for televisions costing plenty more. Second, while the 55A7GQ’s colours are routinely impacted by the screen’s inescapable grey overwash, there’s enough subtlety in the way blends and tones are presented to reveal that the TV’s core colour processing is pretty good, in keeping with other Hisense TVs we’ve seen recently. In fast-paced action or sports games, input latency of less than 20ms guarantees quicker reaction times on screen, keeping you one step ahead of the competition. Visibility is good in a bright room thanks to its excellent SDR peak brightness and good reflection handling, so you don't have to worry about glare. The Hisense U7H and the Sony X90K are similar TVs that perform slightly better than each other in different situations.

If anyone knows, please let me know (No, its definitely not "electrisy-armus", i've tried that a few times already). DTS Virtual X – DTS Virtual X is a premium audio post-processing option for televisions that elevates the viewing experience.

Impressively the 55E7K Pro supports both the Dolby Vision and HDR10+ versions of high dynamic range video, on top of the basic HDR10 and HLG formats. The black tones it creates aren’t the deepest or, to be fair, the blackest you ever saw - but they, too, carry plenty of information and don’t crush as readily as some other backlit-LED televisions we could mention. Or you may prefer to use Hisense’s proprietary VIDAA Voice because, well… maybe you’re a Hisense employee, or maybe you don’t trust Jeff Bezos. The E7K Pro is compatible with every worthwhile high dynamic range standard, including HDR10+ and Dolby Vision - and it has Filmmaker Mode, and you’ll make your own mind up about how worthwhile that is. The redesigned launcher view lets you customize apps to your needs, and Spotlight Guide lets you preview recommendations, must-see shows, or movies from the home screen.

With this update, we've added a new Upscaling: Sharpness Processing test and revamped our Blooming test so the scores and picture better match the real world experience. Of course, though, as with most TVs’ most extreme, show-off presets, the Dynamic mode has its issues. We uploaded the initial brightness measurements and uniformity photos for the Accelerated Longevity Test. HDR10+ decoding – Each picture is changed to better represent the director idea thanks to dynamic metadata.

The U8G also gets a bit brighter in SDR and has better reflection handling, so it does a better job at fighting glare in a bright room. The screen suppresses reflections quite nicely, while motion, as hinted at earlier, is a big improvement on Hisense’s 2022 efforts. Hisense positions the 55E7HQTUK as an entry-level QLED Quantum Dot TV, capable of reproducing ‘over one billion shades of colour.

The TCL also has much better sound quality, with less distortion and better frequency response, and it gets significantly louder than the Hisense.

modifying our Contrast testing and splitting our local dimming testing into multiple sections covering Blooming, Black Crush, and Lighting Zone Transitions. You can get the maximum benefit from this panel courtesy of two of its four HDMIs supporting 4K/120Hz feeds from the latest consoles and PC graphics cards. Finally, the U7H is the better option for gaming because of its faster response time, so there is less blur behind fast-moving objects when compared to the Q60C. Finally, the U8G is the better option for gaming because of its quicker response time, so there is less blur behind fast-moving objects on screen.

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