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Hisense 75" U7G 4K Smart TV $1,615.50, 65" U7G $1,075.50, 75" S8 $1,254.60, LG 75" NANO86 $2,155.50 + Delivery @ The Good Guys

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Hisense 65" U7G

With Hisense QLED Quantum Dot Colour and Full Array Local Dimming, the Hisense ULED 4K Series U7G TV offers smoother, more fluid picture quality that bursts with colour, clarity and striking contrast. With premium features such as Dolby Vision(image) HDR and Dolby Atmos Audio, TV-bingers and movie-buffs will find deep satisfaction in the superb audiovisual experience. With AI Picture Optimisation technology, the ULED 4K Series U7G TV automatically identifies and optimises image quality, regardless of what source it’s coming from. That means whether you’re watching an old movie or ripping it up in Game Mode, you’re guaranteed the best picture quality possible. With the latest version of Hisense’s VIDAA U5 smart operating system on board, searching and navigating is pretty much instantaneous.

LG 75" NANO86

Real 4K NanoCell - Nano Colour, Nano Black, Nano Bezel, Local Dimming
Alpha 7 Gen4 AI Processor 4K - AI Picture, AI Sound, HDMI 2.1 features (HFR, eARC), TruMotion 200
ThinQ AI - Hey Google, Amazon Alexa, Apple Airplay 2, Apple HomeKit, Home Dashboard, Magic Remote Control
Home Cinema Experience - Dolby Vision IQ, Dolby Atmos, FILMMAKER MODE™
A World of Entertainment - Netflix, Apple TV, Disney+, Stan, Amazon Prime, Optus Sport, Twitch, VRR, AMD FreeSync Premium, Game Optimiser, Sports Alert

Hisense 75" S8
The Hisense Series 8 UHD Smart TV offers truly stunning 4K resolution picture. With Precision Colour and Super Contrast, the screen delivers vivid colours, rich details and deep blacks. It's a TV that offers a more immersive viewing experience that's well designed thanks to the pure metal stand and diamond cut edge. Equipped with Voice Control Technology, never has a Smart TV been easier to use.

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  • +18

    I think we should make it mandatory to state whether the TV has HDMI 2.1 in the description :P

  • +5

    Note from Hisense AU website (for people with next gen consoles)

    *Does not feature HDMI 2.1 input and [email protected] through HDMI. All HDMI inputs are [email protected]
    **VRR not available for 75U7G & 85U7G.

    • +16

      same goes for the U8G

      For anyone that is looking, here is my take on the U8G:

      This TV does not have HDMI 2.1 like the US model does
      This TV does not have 1500 nits of peak brightness like the US model Does
      This TV does not have Android TV like the US model does (no Disney +)
      This TV can not do VRR @ 120 FPS like the US model can.
      This is a massive downgrade. Period.

      • +1

        I added the LG with HDMI 2.1

      • +1

        Yeah, all the rave reviews of U8G on YouTubes are about US models.
        AU models are inferior. Won't buy one unless you're sure you won't need those features mentioned above and it is on sale for much lower price.

        • I didn't realise this, thanks

    • But does it do 1080p 120hz?

  • +6

    Most of use should know of how Samsung had exynos and snapdragon variants of their phones. The snapdragon variants were better overall and were not available in Aus.

    Sadly Australia got done when it comes to this years Hisense TVs in the same fashion as above. The version shown on youtube reviews is NOT the Aus version.

    • +1

      Sadly Australia got done when it comes to this years

      Why we always get a lower spec stuffs 😫

      • In all honesty, I am not too sure.

      • think about shipping and local labor cost, plus scale of economy….

        it's Australia tax.

        • +1

          But they are all imported, why can't they just imported the same model?

          • @superforever: pricing? or they recon it's not worth it since the high end TV market is always covered by SONY samsung etc…

      • Ex-PM Paul Keating used to say "Australia belongs to the arse-end of the world", that's why :(

      • In these companies eyes Australians are a primitive species and won't need HDMI 2.1 for years. They sell us older tech at a higher price than the new tech models.

      • Less competition i'd say.

    • +1

      Seriously?

      I watched a US review of 55" U7G a few weeks back and was looking to pair it with a PS5 because the X9000H isn't available.

      Just checked the Hisense Australia website and sure enough:

      Does not feature HDMI 2.1 input and [email protected] through HDMI. All HDMI inputs are [email protected]

      Why do we get gimped TVs?! Won't ever be buying a Hisense geez. I would have been livid if I ordered one and I later found it was a crap version.

      Anyone got any suggestions for 50/55" HDMI 2.1? (not interested in oled $2000+ but do want <10ms input lag [email protected] and [email protected])

      • +2

        I believe a few people on Whirlpool did buy based on the incorrect information. Think most returned for money back.

  • +2

    It's the Australian wholesaler mafia that decides what manufacturers can sell and at what price. Retail stores have to buy from the wholesaler mafia. Unfortunately that's how the business is done in Australia.
    The mafia always chooses what products to import to make the maximum profit, therefore they bring the cheaper products and sell them with a bigger profit margin.
    They and their minions like Jerry Harvey lobbied the government to stop Amazon from offering the same prices to Australia.

    • You meant our Gery Norman?

      • Gerry Harvey, the co founder of Harvey Norman.

        • They are not wholesaler, I think?

    • +3

      The big brands such as Samsung, LG, Hisense, TCL, Sony & Panasonic(RIP sadly for TV's) sell directly to all the major retailers and buying groups at similar prices. Certain retailers will always get a deal on a particular model or a clearance item. But generally speaking Manufacturers do not have direct control over the retail pricing that we see advertised. They do have indirect control though over the limited time "Specials" that we see advertised via a mechanism known as Sell-Throughs. This is where a retailer is given a rebate for selling a particular product over a specific period of time. This time period can be for anywhere from one day to 30 days. This allows a retailer to sell for example an advertised $2999 TV for $2499 for as a weekend only deal, and then back to $2999 on the following Monday. The retailer makes the same profit by selling at $2499 on the Saturday as they make by selling it at $2999 on the Monday. The Manufacturer will pay the retailer a $500 Sell through for the weekend sale only. This is why we see advertised prices fluctuate quite a bit. You will see sort of thing frequently with Dyson & Miele floorcare as well.
      There is no Tony Soprano at work here.

      • +1

        Thank you Snoots for your unbiased and well-informed explanation.

  • +2

    How does the U7G compare specwise to the 65Q8? Which is better?

  • +1

    the Sony 65 x9500h available for $2065+ shipping if anyone interested. you can also get Sony to pricematch Gg for free shipping.

  • +1

    The 65U7G is $1075 after using FINALS coupon on TGG online. Full Array QLED
    previous lowest price $1399…

  • Has anyone here actually bought a 55U7G or 65U8G? I believe that they both have VA panels similar to the 2020 Q7 & Q8 models. I would be interested in how they perform picture quality wise for watching TV and movies.

    • I saw the u7g and the Sony x9000h side by side at costco. brightness are on par, color is bit more saturated compared to the Sony. I don't mind the hisense tbh.

      • Did it look good enough for 4k pc gaming.

  • I just got the 65A7G delivered last night from TGG. Would it be possible to replace it with the 65U7G?

  • Might better off getting the Q8

    • Can you actually still find any in stock?

      • Last time i checked 2weeks ago a few online store and bing lee has stock, not sure about now tho.

    • Q8 better than u7g?

      • Apparently so

  • Any love for the LG 75" NANO86 ? JB have it for $2395 vs $2195 with this deal at The Good Guys. It has HDMI 2.1!

    • JB have it for $2395 vs $2195

      Not cheap enough for me to go ahead

      • Which one would you recommend more for use as a 4k pc gaming monitor?

      • Be nice if jJB would go lower than TGG. 75" with a good picture would fit the lounge in the bigger house we've moved to.

  • So which TV for use as a 4k pc monitor for gaming and other stuff.

    I'm trying to aim for 75-85 inches but I might go into physical stores when they reopen to really see the size difference in person.

    I use 40 inches right now for a desk and arm chair setup but my next one will be a normal solo couch setup no friends no family very sad but it means I don't need to consider viewing angles as it will be just for me my own private cinema / gaming area.. Space is so big I just realised I can even do VR if I wanted to but just starting with a large screen first then miking that fun out for all its worth before moving forward.

    So yeah what do you guys recommend for a 75-85 inch 4k gaming TV.. I'll be playing stuff from anno to warzone to bfv to bf2042 to valorant and team fight tactics so basically a lot of real time moving games.

    Avoiding OLED for burn in issues in case that one time where I'll fall asleep or rush to work and leave the TV on for like 12 hours.

  • Reckon i can run plex servers on the hisense TVs? it requires VIDAA U4, but neither of them have the software exactly. [VIDAA 4 - 2H // VIDAA U5 (logically this should be compatible right?)]

  • Does anyone know the birghtness in nits of the U7G and whether it does 1080p 120hz?

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