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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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You can’t expect perfection from a 55-inchQLED TV costing less than four-figures - so let’s not all pretend to be aghast that the Hisense E7K Pro isn’t perfect.

The TCL delivers much better picture quality overall, with better uniformity, higher contrast, and better reflection handling, so it looks better in both bright and dark rooms. But at least the dynamic preset proves there really are Quantum Dots inside this TV, unlike the much less saturated other preset options that we would normally look to for the most beguiling and consistent picture quality experiences. The Hisense is also much better when it comes to HDR due to its better color volume, wide color gamut, and better HDR peak brightness, so HDR content is more vibrant and lifelike, and bright highlights pop more than they do on the X75K.

With this update we've revamped our Gradient testing, added a new test for Low Quality Content Smoothing, and expanded our Audio Passthrough testing. In the olden days, we'd use a lead attached to plug that would carry power from a wall socket in to the device.

In the previous version as well as on the Samsung TV, I could use the remote control from SKY to switch off/on TV and adjust the volume.For the most part, the Hisense U7H and the Sony X85K deliver similar picture quality, but they each have different strengths. It keeps white tones clean, offers decent detail and variation within them, and resists the opportunity to bleach into uniformity during predominately bright scenes well. Hisenses Premium OLED line with pixel dimming, the A85H is capable of delivering an image with deepest blacks and also brighter which surpass human eyes.

Running it side by side with a number of rival screens, though, confirms that it’s actually delivering peak brightness levels only in line with other budget sets, and substantially lower than those pushed out by most mid-range sets. HDR10+ decoding – Each picture is changed to better represent the director idea thanks to dynamic metadata.The U8H also delivers a better gaming experience, as it has a significantly faster panel with much less ghosting behind fast-moving objects. The mid-range is wide and dynamic enough, though, to keep you involved in even pretty epic movie soundtracks, despite the speakers not managing to project the sound any great distance to the left, right or forwards of the screen. In fact, it seems more at home with the more ‘definite’ colours and details of high-quality game sources than it is with video, delivering a more consistently vibrant, and actually just more consistent, performance with any type of game at any frame rate.

This is likely a function of Hisense’s promising decision to use a direct LED backlight, though, so it’s not something we’re inclined to complain about. Direct Full Array – LED Televisions Direct Full Array backlight can be uniformly distributed across the complete screen. Judder with 24p movie sources can look a touch strong without any motion processing in play, but the Clear and Film motion options both massage away the hardest judder effects without making the image look unnaturally slick or throwing up lots of unwanted side effects. Native 120Hz panel which colour gamut>90% with low power consumption also combination of HDR total solution brings rich details in every moments.Impressively, this TV has very good image processing, which is welcome for Hisense as it used to be a feature reserved for name brands like LG and Sony. This leads to an HDR image that is more vibrant, lifelike, and has highlights that pop when compared to the Q60B. We uploaded the brightness measurements and uniformity photos after running the TV for two months in our Accelerated Longevity Test.

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