expired Hisense P7 55" UHD Smart TV $799.20, 65" P7 for $1196 + Delivery @ Appliance Central eBay

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55″ SERIES 7 – 55P7
Model No. 55P7
There’s no wonder why critics love the Series 7. Jam-packed with features including 200 Smooth Motion Rate, HDR Plus, Wide Colour Gamut, 10 Bit Colour and Ultra Local Dimming, this is one seriously good TV. Featuring all-new VIDAA U 2.5 with our exclusive RemoteNOW app, never has a Smart TV been easier to use. Hisense ULED TVs utilise LCD screens with LED Backlighting.

200 Smooth Motion Rate*
Ultra High Definition
Wide Colour Gamut
10 bit (Over 1 Billion Colours)
HDR Plus
Ultra Local Dimming
VIDAA U 2.5 Smart TV
Quad Core CPU
RemoteNow Ready
PVR Recording
USB Playback
Depth Enhancer
Hi-View Engine
Sports Mode
Game Mode

65″ SERIES 7 – 65P7
Model No. 65P7
There’s no wonder why critics love the Series 7. Jam-packed with features including 200 Smooth Motion Rate, HDR Plus, Wide Colour Gamut, 10 Bit Colour and Ultra Local Dimming, this is one seriously good TV. Featuring all-new VIDAA U 2.5 with our exclusive RemoteNOW app, never has a Smart TV been easier to use. Hisense ULED TVs utilise LCD screens with LED Backlighting.

200 Smooth Motion Rate*
Ultra High Definition
Wide Colour Gamut
10 bit (Over 1 Billion Colours)
HDR Plus
Ultra Local Dimming
VIDAA U 2.5 Smart TV
Quad Core CPU
RemoteNow Ready
PVR Recording
USB Playback
Depth Enhancer
Hi-View Engine
Sports Mode
Game Mode

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Best deal from these guys would have to be the NU8000 65" at $1499 + post.

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    This one or NU8000 55" OR QA55Q6FNAWXXY . Please recommend.

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      The Q6 is like twice the price.. I think it's the Hisense P9 that uses QLED, but I expect it still isn't as a good tech as Samsung

    • +2 votes

      Based on my side by side comparison, samsung NU8000 is a clear winner to P7. That's not even including the fact that samsung OS is much better polished and faster (samsung is basically instant on where as hisense takes a few seconds).

      As for the Q6, don't know how much you are getting them for but the q6->q7 jump is well worth the extra 10-20% in price since you do get a brighter panel better quality control (the two q6s I saw had bad light bleed where as q7s I've seen don't).

      Now back to hisense vs samsung, go check whirlpool for hisense warranty/software support and you will see many angry people and on the other side samsung is very good when it comes to warranty.

      At the end of the day, I suggest you take 2/3 USBs with the exact same movie on them and compare these panels in person in the shop and make the decision. JB Hi-Fi has usually been more than happy to help test TVs.

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        From memory, the Q6’s local dimming wasn’t reviewed that great, which was form Rtings.com, I think they had to go a ways up the Q ladder to get a decent model with reasonable dimming, so I’m not entirely surprised that the Q had light bleed, also, the other consideration is that if dimming was disabled on the Q6 then bleed would be more obvious, but if it’s an edge lit panel, which I can’t remember if it is but have a suspicion that it was, then light bleed again will be an issue because the TV has to use diffusers and channels to get the light uniformly around the TV.

        One of the best things about the Samsung though, despite all of that is the free sync with XBOX One X, which Hisense don’t have.

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        The Samsung NU8000 doesn't support a lot of video formats, no avis which rules out any old files, and no DTS sound encoding which rules out any new high quality movies, so if you are someone who likes to download and play files from USB, the hisense might be the better option.

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    Even I am confused. Between this or the Samsung 65 inch?? Almost the same price but not sure if i should go for a big brand or go for better features. Mainly used for daily TV viewing/Youtube/Movies in HD etc. But no plans for gaming.

  • +2 votes

    Great 55" TV. Bought this at the last round of 20% vouchers. Much better than the ALDI specials

  • +1 vote

    I have the Hisense P7 55' and it's an awesome TV
    However if you play PS4 a lot you should go with Sony cuz I have to turn off HDR and adjust the settings a lot to have less input lags.
    Otherwise the Hisense is good enough for youtube/netflix and it's much cheaper.

    • +1 vote

      hmm so you wouldn't recommend the P7 series for gaming? Was going to pick up at 65" P7 for the PS4.

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        Spoke to a gamer at Harvey Norman and he recommended the P7 for gaming. Says the 200 refresh rate is great and cheaper than the competitors.

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          I have the N7 (previous year's model) and it's fine for gaming. However I often end up turning of the HDR because it tends to overexpose and wash out the highlights, especially the sky in games like Horizon Zero Dawn. The HDR tech may have improved in the P7, but i think it would be better in NU8000 (basing off the fact that it is better in the KS8000, pretty much the equivalent model from a few years ago).

        • +5 votes

          Refresh rate and input lag are two different things.

          Not even PS4 Pro goes over 60Hz, so a 200Hz screen is useless for console gaming today.
          Input lag however is crucial regardless of your situation as it is adding additional latency.
          Hence why most TV's have a "gaming" mode which disables a lot of the post-processing, which slightly degrades picture quality but greatly reduces input lag.

          High refresh rate is nice when streaming fast pace content like sports. Here the input lag is irrelevant.

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            @Viper8: The refresh rate definitely makes a difference for gaming. I often change from 4K @ 60 to 1080p at 100hz on my TV (different brand and model) and can definitely notice the difference.

        • +1 vote

          ^Exactly this

          Also I'm pretty sure this TV doesn't have 200hz refresh rate and I think it's only 60hz.
          The '200 Smooth Motion Rate' is more like a marketing thing, you can read this if you are interested https://www.cnet.com/news/ultra-hd-4k-tv-refresh-rates/

          • +2 votes

            @winitall90: It's likely 100Hz. Generally they double whatever the real refresh rate is.
            Eg. most 100/120Hz panels are actually 50/60Hz.

            This is still roughly double the refresh rate of most screens at this price.

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        I had the Hisense m7000 which was the equivalent of the P7 like two or three generations ago. I gamed heavily on it (PS4 Pro and PC) and never had an issue with the input lag. I think in HDR mode it was rated to be around 50-55ms, and around 40ms in gaming mode (no HDR).

        I now have the P7 and have also gamed on it in HDR. The feel of it is exactly the same as what the m7000 was, so I'm thinking the input lag is either the same or less than about 50ms.

        "Lower is better" is true, but also take into account the idea of "low enough is good enough" so you're not ruling out decent TVs because of a difference of 10ms-20ms that you won't notice. (Subjective) For someone who is pretty sensitive to input lag, I am of the mind that for controller use anything up to about 60ms is probably going to be fine. I gamed on a Panasonic plasma a few years back that had an input lag of around 100ms+ and it was very noticeable.

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      Not sure about this. I setup the 75" P7 3 days ago, played Spider-Man for hours, HDR on, Game Mode on and it's awesome.

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        I am guessing 75P7 and 75P6 are different TV.
        75 is a lot thicker and consume a lot more power.

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    Does anyone know if there are many bugs or if quick boot works without issues?

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    I'm sorry to poop on the ozbargain favourite TV but this TV does my head in. I have one in my bedroom and the operating system is so profanity slow!! Navigating through Netflix is a nightmare, takes about 2 seconds to move from tile to tile. Same on all the other smart tv apps. Picture quality is ok but maybe its because I'm use to the Samsung MU8000 in the living room which is significantly superior to this TV.

    TV is OK at best but I wouldn't buy it until they improve the operating system, just my 2cents.

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      I bought a Hisense Tv back in 2011 for my bedroom. Will never buy another, although it's still going, it takes about 20 seconds from on button to picture. And don't even try to navigate the menu or play from USB! Sounds like they are still using below-par processors 8 years later

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      any suitable recommendations? I was going to pull the trigger on this but am aware of some previously adverse feedback and glad that there's more people posting about it. so many positives, but is it the small percentage that is over looked or should it be seriously considered against a purchase?

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        This series and the last are just as responsive as any other brand. It's true the older ones were slow, but that's a few years ago now.

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          thank you for the reply! I am leaning towards the purchase. Wonder if it'll get any cheaper if new models are coming out soon? Not sure which quarter of the year these are refreshed.

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          I’m speaking from experience here and that’s clearly not the case with the P series. Latest software and it still laggy as a dial up connection.
          Steer clear of the T.V if you can’t stand delays/lag. I highly recommend the Samsung Tv’s because of their operating system as it is highly optimised and great picture too.

    • +1 vote

      Don't own one, but if it all firmware updated? Also if you are like most ozbargainers you have a mi box/nvidia shield/NUC/voda box to handle all your Netflix duties. ;)

  • +2 votes

    Why doesnt anyone ever mention the annoying built in ads with samsung ? Sick of people recommending it.

    • +1 vote

      Can you elaborate? Where do you see the ads? I ask as i am yet to come across this. Cheers

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    When does the next year of Hisense models come out?

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    Can anyone explain why it says postage is "Fast and Free" on the listing, but then in checkout it's $55? Even putting in the item's location attracts a $25 fee.

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    For those comparing TV's, i bought the Samsung 55 NU8000 from these guys 2 weeks ago for $1033 when they had the 20% sale.
    It is now even cheaper. Comes down to $908. I didn't get charged for shipping for some reason and they delivered the TV the SAME day that i purchased it. (edit: i think this is because i am in Syd South West - very close to their warehouse).

    Can't speak for the Hisense P7, although the Samsung has been amazing. Automatically adjusts to 'Game Mode' when i switch to the PS4 source. Absolute zero lag.
    My wifi router is about 10 metres away. No problems connecting. Initial setup was easy as and sound is pretty good.
    Hope this helps.

  • +1 vote

    Bought the 65 inch P7 about a month ago. It's a good TV and is definitely an upgrade over my 5 y/o Samsung.

    The apps all work quickly and there's enough default options there. I haven't tried Freeview + out yet but it should work fine for catch up TV. In general the user interface is quick and responsive. Pretty surprised by it's performance actually.

    The picture quality is pretty good and certainly good enough for my viewing habits. The sound is ok, obviously with most TV's it isn't exactly outstanding.

    Overall I would recommend it for anyone looking for a good budget 65 inch TV.

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    Any experience of these three tvs? I’m after HDR gaming and back lit screen for Gaming purposes mainly. I’d like to also future proof uses.

    Sony X900F
    Samsung Q8FN
    Hisense P7

    All 65 inch

    Thank you in advance

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    Samsung NU7100 vs Samsung NU8000?

    Looks more or less the same but a $200 difference. Is this a case of the 8000 being a newer model?

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      Ok so I bit the bullet on the NU8000 for ~$1,500 delivered. Looking at other retailers this TV appears to be around $300 more expensive elsewhere and was around the $2,000 mark 4 months ago.

      It is far superior to the NU7100 in terms of HDR and refresh rate. Which according to the interwebs, is a good thing. Also has a fancier remote with hardly any buttons but apparently you can talk to it.. Go figure.

      Thanks OP!

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      Def the 8000 over the 7100. Saw both side by side, 8000 is better and currently not that much apart price wise. I bought a 65 last week for $1756. 100hz vs 200hz also (better for motion)

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      FYI

      75" NU8000 is $3099 @ David Jones > $3190 on eBay with PROGRAM20

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    Which would do better blacks? Hisense 65p7 or Samsung NU8000 65"? Cheers

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    Also guys. Not sure what best way to buy TV but wouldn't go off there demo content/in store display.

    TV's on display in HN/JB HiFi often don't show the good correct demo content. Or they put the cheaper TV's into a DVD / Splitter box so they stand no chance to a higher end TV running fancy 4k demo.

    Also know of a fair few people working in Retail that do tricks like turn brightness down etc on the cheaper TV's to help up sell.

    I guess best bet would be get a USB with some high quality cotent that you are familiar with for fair comparison and check the TV settings.

    Hope this helps

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      Also ask for the remote and turn off all the "image enhancing" settings. Crap like noise reduction, sharpness, any sort of "vibrant" mode etc.

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    Great price for the P55. I paid $1000 for it 6 months ago.

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    Bought the P7 55" recently and would recommend it to anyone planning to upgrade to their first 4k TV

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    so tempted and so hard to decide between this and the slightly more expensive samsung
    -got a nvidia shield and ps4
    shield means i don't need to care about software but…ps4 means samsung might be better?

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    Looking at getting thr and 55P7. Its 100 Hertz right?

    My main use is foxtel especially sport and downloaded movies off USB stick

    As i am coming from an old 50 inch 720p plasma I'm not sure if sports will look all that good.

    Any thoughts?

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    Help? hisense 65" P7 or Samsung 65" U8000?

  • +2 votes

    I bought Hisense 65p7 month ago this is my first 4k tv.
    About picture Quality, it is great when you good 4k or HDR contents. for Netflix picture looks superb in all formats. even same on Amazon prime(via Xbox one s). but when you use low-quality videos it looks horrible. clouding effects, hair colour looks reddish. facing this issue with 9Now streaming. for live channels HD channels look good but others are blurry.
    sound Quality is loud and clear no issues.
    for gaming, I am a casual gamer and don't find any issue with Forza Horizon 4 on Xbox one s and other streaming services looks great.
    about software, I have no big issue. when you switch off from remote it goes in to standby mode and get instantly on. it doesn't have lots of apps like Samsung and Sony but still have some basic apps like Netflix, youtube and stan. no Amazon prime.
    one feature I really missing it doesn't automatically switch HDMI when received the signal.

    I bought for $1175 for this price its really worth it.
    many people as about Samsung and this one. I saw U8000 has better picture quality But for U7100 Hisense P7 is far better.

    this is my experience with Hisense so far may help someone.

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