Hisense H43B7100UK 43-Inch 4K UHD HDR Smart TV with Freeview

(5 customer reviews)

£317.00£665.00

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Product Description

See every detail in stunning 4K HDR with the Hisense B7100, offering 4x more pixels than Full HD.

HDR technology, supporting HDR 10 and HLG formats to stream contents from the likes of BBC iPlayer, makes blacks darker, whites brighter and enhances contrast.

Every type of sound is perfected with DTS Studio Sound – Volume Levelling, Bass Enhancement, Speaker EQ and Dialog Enhancement technology work hand-in-hand for the ultimate audio experience.

With an intuitive VIDAA U 3.0 Smart TV OS it’s never been simpler to access entertainment from Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube, Rakuten TV, and more.

Plus, with the one touch remote, access your favourite apps even faster. Freeview Play also lets you catch up on your favourite shows on BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5, and UKTV Play whenever you like, or pause and rewind live TV with no boxes and no monthly fees.

Size Name

43 Inch, 50 Inch, 55 Inch, 65 Inch

Pattern Name

Single

Style Name

2018 Model, 2019 Model

5 reviews for Hisense H43B7100UK 43-Inch 4K UHD HDR Smart TV with Freeview

  1. Amazon Customer

    My old tv broke so had to buy a cheap short term replacement so decided on this one. The picture quality is fantastic and the sound is perfect and loud so you won’t need surround sound. The smart features are brilliant and now it’s got games built in. It’s easy to set up and looks brilliant. After having it a couple of months we’ve decided not to buy a new one because this is just as good as a Samsung tv if not better

  2. Aleyes

    My 10 year old Panasonic 49” plasma was starting to look a little jaded. Some burn-in marks mainly from kids tv shows and the sound (mainly speech) was atrocious. The final straw came when we had an electricity smart meter fitted and noticed a spike in usage every time we switched it on. A quick look on the rear info panel showed it used nearly 500W, which meant we were using about £150 of electricity per year running it. That also explained why the room was like a sauna once it’d been on a short while. I decided that this HISENSE, low energy, 50” budget 4K would be a suitable upgrade so went ahead and ordered – whilst keeping my fingers crossed that I didn’t get one with a damaged screen as mentioned on more than a few previous reviews. Anyway, it arrived without a scratch and took no more than a few minutes to get up a running. My Virgin TiVo automatically adjusted to 4K output and I signed into Prime Video, YouTube and Netflix via the TV’s own app list. I then tried out different 4K streams between the services and all was going well until suddenly all streaming services locked up and I couldn’t get anything to work. Disconnecting the power and restarting solved it but after a little more time trying different 4K streams it locked up again – something that others have mentioned in their reviews. I managed to identify the culprit as the TV’s own Netflix app. Not sure why, but using either Prime or YouTube 4K works as expected with no issues, however any more than a couple of episodes on Netflix and the whole system locks up requiring a power cycle. As I have Netflix available on the TiVo it isn’t a deal breaker for me and in all other respects the TV is unbelievable for the price (assuming it can last anywhere near the 10 years of my outgoing Panny). Someone more interested may be able to explain/resolve the Netflix glitch, but for now, it’s not something I’m particularly bothered about. I can’t comment on reported WiFi issues as my router is close to my tv so I have it hard-wired and so far have experienced no connection issues. In conclusion, a 50” HDR 4K TV for under £300 – amazing!

  3. Kagorsa

    I couldn’t afford an expensive TV, so I chose this Hisense it is a 2019 model & works great, the sound took some working out in the beginning, the problem was with music getting really loud & then voices quiet, but it’s fixed now, apart from that I haven’t had any problems, to me it’s picture-perfect, it doesn’t use much power, great sound now :). I will certainly be buying more of their products in the future.

  4. BigAndyD

    I managed to purchase this TV in a flash sale on Amazon and very pleased with the price paid. Quality of picture of both picture and sound is excellent and the number of features and apps available is great. This has replaced an older 42″ HD TV and the difference in picture quality is amazing. You should be very pleased with this TV. Highly recommended.

  5. Kindle Customer

    Brilliant TV for the money, on initial setup picture Quality wasn’t the best but after making a few changes in the setup menu WOW. would recommend all day long. Sound Quality is fine for a normal sized Lounge no need for a sound bar unless your a sound Buff.

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