Hisense TV

Which Model(s) are you interested in?

  • U6H (4K, 60hz)

    Votes: 5 5.8%
  • U7H (4K, 120hz, Full Array Local Dimming, HDMI 2.1, VRR)

    Votes: 27 31.4%
  • U8H (4K, 120hz, Mini LED, HDMI 2.1, VRR)

    Votes: 59 68.6%
  • U9H (4K, 120hz, Mini LED, HDMI 2.1, VRR)

    Votes: 14 16.3%

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matrix05

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in my U7G we set the Input option to Screen Sharing, then use Smart View on Samsung phone to cast screen over....not sure Screen Sharing and airplay will work for you
What happened to model U7G? Replaced with U7H?
 

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If you are looking at niche gaming, why compromise on quality and experience over a few hundred dollars? IMHO, go for the tried and tested LG C1 or C2.
 

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What the OS for A85H? Any place to buy that can set an open date as my reno is not yet started?
 

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Hi everyone. How's the E7H Google Tv for watching movies and playing PS5? I'm looking for a 43 inch TV for my room. Was thinking of getting the E7H or TCL P635. Any advice? Thanks...
 

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Hi everyone. How's the E7H Google Tv for watching movies and playing PS5? I'm looking for a 43 inch TV for my room. Was thinking of getting the E7H or TCL P635. Any advice? Thanks...
E7H > P635, but no 4K120 for PS5 (& expect some motion blur, coz even the U6H has it) and low brightness, IPS low contrast and lack of WCG will not make great movie watching.

The following 43" will be perfect for PS5 and movies:

 

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E7H > P635, but no 4K120 for PS5 (& expect some motion blur, coz even the U6H has it) and low brightness, IPS low contrast and lack of WCG will not make great movie watching.

The following 43" will be perfect for PS5 and movies:


Thanks for the reply. I really appreciate it. The Sony x85j looks really good. As im planning to have a tv in my room. Not many 43 Inch tv has HDMI 2.1 and bells and whistles. But between the Hisense E7H and TCL P635, the E7H is a better choice? Thanks again...
 

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Thanks for the reply. I really appreciate it. The Sony x85j looks really good. As im planning to have a tv in my room. Not many 43 Inch tv has HDMI 2.1 and bells and whistles. But between the Hisense E7H and TCL P635, the E7H is a better choice? Thanks again...
While the Sony X85J is great, the best (if $$ no object) is the LG C2 42".

Back to the E7H vs P635 comparo, while I have no personal experience with either, IMO, from specs & reviews, it seems like the E7H is slightly better:
  1. Brighter by 40 nits
  2. Supports VRR
  3. MEMC (120hz) vs MEMC (60hz) on P635
  4. Should have slightly better pixel response time compared to P635's slow 9.5 ms (typ.)
  5. Dolby Vision & Atmos (good for soundbar, but Vision will make no difference)
  6. As good contrast, since user "amazingone" stated both use VA panel
Personally, I think its worth paying a bit more for the E7H over the P635. Sadly, the P735 43" is not available in Singapore, else I'll go for the P735 over both models.

Here's more details on the P635:
 
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Any idea what happened to the U7G 2022 Qled? Its no longer listed on their website.
Likely sold out already. U7G is a 2021 model after all. U7H is the 2022 model.

You may try the following though:


 

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While the Sony X85J is great, the best (if $$ no object) is the LG C2 42".

Back to the E7H vs P635 comparo, while I have no personal experience with either, IMO, from specs & reviews, it seems like the E7H is slightly better:
  1. Brighter by 40 nits
  2. Supports VRR
  3. MEMC (120hz) vs MEMC (60hz) on P635
  4. Should have slightly better pixel response time compared to P635's slow 9.5 ms (typ.)
  5. Dolby Vision & Atmos (good for soundbar, but Vision will make no difference)
  6. As good contrast, since user "amazingone" stated both use VA panel
Personally, I think its worth paying a bit more for the E7H over the P635. Sadly, the P735 43" is not available in Singapore, else I'll go for the P735 over both models.

Here's more details on the P635:

Yes I would say E7H 43" is a better buy. I was also considering between E7H 43" and P635 43" previously but decided to go for E7H 43" in the end due to better specs.
Another factor was at 11.11, the E7H 43" was selling about $20 cheaper than P635 43" after discounts, which is a no brainer to go for E7H 43" instead.
 

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Bought 55 inch u8H during 1111.
My simplified review.
Great tv that fit ps5 requirement of 120hz 4K spec.
I think its viewing angle is very good for family movie watching, probably because of ipa panel. Not sure how narrow is US version va panel is.
My tv is beside window in living room so I have bright environment requirement. This tv is working great with no reflection.

one big problem is blooming issue, especially white subtitle. You will notice it when watching Netflix in HD.
Another problem is airplay. I remember I saw somewhere that it will be supported at end of year 2022 but I don’t see it happening as it’s already Dec 2022.

this tv is definitely not the best, but will fit your tight budget.
FYI I got this 55 inch u8h tv from shoppe 1111 flash sale @ $960. I think it’s the lowest you can find
 

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Bought 55 inch u8H during 1111.
My simplified review.
Great tv that fit ps5 requirement of 120hz 4K spec.
I think its viewing angle is very good for family movie watching, probably because of ipa panel. Not sure how narrow is US version va panel is.
My tv is beside window in living room so I have bright environment requirement. This tv is working great with no reflection.

one big problem is blooming issue, especially white subtitle. You will notice it when watching Netflix in HD.
Another problem is airplay. I remember I saw somewhere that it will be supported at end of year 2022 but I don’t see it happening as it’s already Dec 2022.

this tv is definitely not the best, but will fit your tight budget.
FYI I got this 55 inch u8h tv from shoppe 1111 flash sale @ $960. I think it’s the lowest you can find
Sometimes I wonder isnt it a downgrade of picture quality if you watch movie with subtitle blooming. I have a 6 years old LG 4k edgelit tv with no visible subtitle blooming. Yes it is not inky black, it is greyish but visible blooming watching from directly straight is really a turn off a downgrade instead.
 

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Sometimes I wonder isnt it a downgrade of picture quality if you watch movie with subtitle blooming. I have a 6 years old LG 4k edgelit tv with no visible subtitle blooming. Yes it is not inky black, it is greyish but visible blooming watching from directly straight is really a turn off a downgrade instead.
Reduce the backlight to reduce Bloom
 
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