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  • Dolby Vision HDR – delivers highlights up to 40 times brighter and blacks 10 times darker. Inspired by cinema technology, Dolby Vision HDR technology gives resulting images an astonishing brightness and contrast depth.
  • DTS Virtual: X – Never miss a sound. Dialogue is…
Last updated on 16th April 2023 10:40 pm


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DTS Virtual

X – Never miss a sound. Dialogue is automatically recognised and separated out from background noise for a clearer audio experience. You can also listen at higher volumes without distortion.

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  1. Amazon Customer

    It seems like a decent TV for the price in terms of picture quality, sound, and responsiveness in apps.However some of the apps simply bring up a black screen when selected, and never load. After this, if you go to the home screen and select another app, they’re all not working! You have to turn it off and on again.The working apps include Netflix, Prime Video, Youtube, Rakuten, and Plex.Apps not working include BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, 4oD, My5, and UKTV Play.EDIT: I contacted Hisense technical support, and the situation is even worse. After being on hold for 30 minutes while being told I was 1st in the queue I finally got to talk to someone. He couldn’t say much other than asking me what software version I had, and saying they had a more recent version. Great, I ask for the link. Apparently they can only send it out on a USB stick, oh well, I’ll try that. 4 days later it arrives, and they’ve only bloody sent me a German version, with no iPlayer/My5/ITV hub etc. or any of the apps that were broken. Unbelievable.

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  2. Dr Kintobor

    Just my two pennies on this TV in case anyone’s thinking of picking it up. I recently purchased the 55” version for £379 through Amazon/Hughes.It really is a great price for a 4K telly, especially for the features it promises. Unfortunately, that does come at some costs that may or may not be a deciding factor for you if you know what they are before buying it.There is some quite noticeable light bleeding from the edges of the display, and it’s especially bad when viewing large shots of the same colour like the sky, football pitch or YouTube background, for example. It also has some pretty bad Dirty Screen Effect (DSE) when panning across. Again, this will be most obvious when watching football etc, so not the best choice for that unless you’re not particularly susceptible to noticing this sort of thing.Which moves me onto motion. I mainly wanted this TV for gaming, and again sadly it’s not the greatest in that regard. Motion is not the best, with very obvious judder and ghosting/trailing, suggesting a slow pixel response time. The 50” models and above have some motion smoothing settings that are adjustable but I don’t find they work particularly well.Of course it isn’t all bad and for the money you’re paying, it’s not a bad purchase. The 4K image is good, with a disappointing implementation of HDR but nice, vivid colours in SDR and a crisp picture. But standard definition television looks trash, and since the majority of people will still be watching this format, you’re not in for a good time.I will say the tv itself has a lovely premium look to it compared to other sets in its price range. I really liked its appearance. Sound is pretty average but to be honest I expected a lot worse and it’s certainly passable.TL;DR: Average 4Ktv at best that provides decent picture and nice low cost but it’s pretty obvious where corners have been cut. There are much better sets for not a lot more.Thanks for reading and I hope this has been helpful.The Doc

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