|Brand Name||ANTOP ANTENNA|
|Item Weight||21 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||44.3 x 9.8 x 27.7 inches|
|Item model number||BEBT5|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
HDTV Antenna Outdoor,FM Amplifier Antenna,HD Antenna with Dual Outputs Smart Boost System,Amplifier Signal Booster Support a Second TV or Any OTA-Ready Streaming Device or Projector
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- Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native)
- Backlight: LED
- Smart Functionality: Yes
- Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 44.3'' x 25.6" x 3.3", TV with stand: 44.3'' x 27.7'' x 9.8''
- Inputs: 4 HDMI ports, 3 USB ports, 1 LAN port for Ethernet, 1 RF input, 1 L/R audio input, 1 RCA component input, 1 RCA composite input
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- At Hisense, we offer the most extensive warranty in the industry—four years for parts, labor, and in-home services for all our 4K TVs. That’s three years longer than almost all other TV manufacturers! (Conditions apply, kindly contact customer care/website for more information.)
Hisense 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV
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With 4x more pixels (8.3 million) compared to standard high-definition TVs, the Hisense H7 series gives you vivid colors, sharp lines, and bold contrast in every picture. 'One-touch' hot keys, meanwhile, give you fast access to your favorite movies and shows. Featuring award-winning sound integrated from dbx-tv and 24 built-in apps, this 4K TV provides the ultimate viewing experience.
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- 4K UHD 3840x2160p resolution
- HDR Playback offers a brighter picture with a wider range of color
- UHD Upscaler allows you to watch your favorite 1080p movies in a better resolution
- Award-winning dbx-tv sound
- App Store & Web Browser
- Popular built-in apps for a superior experience
- Built-in WiFi & Ethernet for superior connectivity
More is More
Loads and loads of pixels—we’re talking 8 million—of 4K UHD (3840 x 2160p) resolution and High Dynamic Range processing give you a brighter, clearer picture.
Unless Less is More
We made it easy to connect external devices with multiple convenient ports including HDMI, USB and many more.
And What's More
We simplified our smart TV by pre-installing 24 popular apps for you to enjoy.
Never miss the details when you watch movies, sports, or your favorite programs in vivid, crystal-clear colors. With 4x the amount of pixels (8.3 million) than standard Full HD TVs, your entire TV watching experience is transformed from great to awesome.
This TV hosts dbx-tv’s Total Technology audio technology, which brings extraordinary audio quality to the built-in speakers with Total Sonics, Total Volume, and Total Surround.
See every image of your old 1080p DVD movie collection in a superior resolution. UHD-enabled devices let you to watch your shows, movies, and games in a resolution that's as close to 4K as possible to maximize your viewing experience.
The Hisense 50-Inch 4K UHD Smart TV gives new meaning to the expression "up close and personal." With 4x more pixels (2160p) than standard Full HD (1080p) TVs, the 50H7GB2 provides an unparalleled viewing experience and offers crisp, cinematic sound through two built-in 10W speakers. Add this to your shopping cart to experience watching a Smart TV in a more modernized way!
Visible screen diagonal
50" / 127 cm
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I was surprised at how good this HiSense 4K HD TV turned out. At a modest price for 4K resolution I didn't expect to be impressed by quality, design or features. I was wrong. I think this is a excellent TV value at this price and has given me a very good picture. I've lived with this TV for about 6 weeks.
Important features for me are high quality upscaling, a good ATSC tuner, Apps, media access (played from Plex and windows media on my network), USB ports (to power my antenna amplifier and for media), and a responsive interface. The most important apps of the many included are Amazon Instant Streaming, Netflix, and Youtube. All features and apps are at least as good as I expected for an econcomy TV and often exceeded my expectations.
NOTE: This TV does NOT include 3D support. Using 3D always gives me a headache, so this is not a negative for me at all.
Picture quality has been better than I expected. In my experience watching NFL Football I've had no issues with ghosting in fast action watching via cable or off-air antenna; a sports mode setting is provided with faster refresh though I didn't need it. As is common among sub-$1K 4K TV's black levels are slightly less dark than a similarly priced 1080 HD TV
This HiSense is replacing a 4 year old Samsung Smart 40in LED HD TV that I was very pleased with. It is connected through a home theater system centered around the Sony STRDN860 receiver that supports 4K HDMI. I also have a Amazon Fire TV (original), Panasonic DMP-BDT270 4K Upscaling Smart Blu-Ray player and a venerable Series 3 HD Tivo (1080i output). I hope knowing my starting point and environment may help in understanding my perceptions.
Netflix and the upscaling Blu-Ray are my only 4K sources. Netflix the only native 4K source. Everytthing else is upscaled either by the TV or the Panasonic Blu-Ray. Upscaling is inherently difficult and quality upscaling is critical. The HiSense didn't disappoint here with quality upscaling.
IN THE BOX/ASSEMBLY:
The HiSense comes well protected in the shipping box. After unpacking I had:
+ The TV (of course)
+ 2 Feet and mounting hardware
+ remote (with batteries)
+ Literature (quick start, warranty, manual, warnings, etc.)
+ Mounting hardware for the feet
+ Power cable
The Energy guide sticker estimates cost of power at $19/year based on $0.12/KWh and 5h/day of use. I easily double this as I work from a home office.
I used a phillips screwdriver to set the one screw to needed to attach each foot. The feet are 41in apart at their widest point and about 9in deep. They are at an angle making them further apart in the front. The table where I kept my TV was not wide enough so I place a broad board to support the HiSense. Plan accordingly for placement.
Except for removing protective plastic/labels, attaching HDMI, Wired LAN (Wireless built-in as well), Antenna (yes I get off-the-air TV too), power and placing batteries in the remote that's about it for physical setup.
On startup the HiSense walked me through an initial setup where I setup networking, off-air video, default input, etc. It was simple and intuitive and unremarkable. Since I use wired networking I didn't setup wireless.
I am using a Onh hdtv indoor 50 mile hdtv antenna which brings in about 32 channels clearly 30 miles west of Boston. It works very well.
I selected my Tivo as my default live video source. Tivo does not document any codes that work with the HiSense 4K TV, but do not despair! Search for " Perform Code Search Tivo remote" to find out how to search for codes that work. I found working codes in about 4 tries (5 to 10 minutes).
I checked for new firmware. None yet. The firmware update is on the "About" settings item instead of the more common placement on the "System" item. I scanned for HDTV Channels.
In the apps I logged in my Amazon and Netflix apps: easy peasy. The HiSense makes note of being Netflix approved and this is the only native 4K source I have. 22 apps came installed on the TV. It uses Opera as the app platform and more apps are available for installation. I didn't feel the need to add any. Opera provides TV based web browser which is good as any I've tried, though none are something I would use over the many other options available.
Gamers will want to go into settings and choose the game mode which reduces screen latency significantly (the lag from the time input is fed into the TV to the time it is displayed). Without game mode this appears to between a quarter to half second. In game mode it seems unnoticeable to me. FYI: I'm only a casual gamer at most.
Sports lovers will appreciate the sports mode which provides for clearer action scenes with less motion blur.
The included HiSense remote comes with batteries and is very logically laid out with 4 dedicated app buttons (Amazon, Netflic, Youtube and VUDU). There are the usual assortment of numbers, volume, channels, a navigation ring and app, settings buttons.
The surprise for me was the liveTV button which I use all the time to go from media devices or apps back to my Tivo's HDMI input. Much faster than cycling through all the inputs.
The shape, surface, and texture of the remote and buttons was comfortable in my hand. Overall a nice design.
HiSense also has a soft remote app I installed on my iPhone, It immediately found the TV and provided a good user experience with the advantage of a keyboard (much better than on-screen TV keyboards!).
The HiSense has a "home" screen that provides access to the main groups of smart features. Live TV, Video on Demand, network Media, and apps. I found this layout a very sensible way to navigate and grouped things in a logical way. Just good design.
The HiSense TV's media sharing options immediately found my 2 Plex servers and Windows media sharing on my network. I played some music using the TV plus some video and still images. The interface seemed intuitive and more responsive than I expected. Quality was very good on my home network. This is a plus for the HiSense and on a par with my Panasonic Blu-Ray.
I didn't try the Anynet screen sharing feature. I looked but could not find an app for my iPhone. It sound like a cool feature I wouldn't be using very often.
The picture is very good. I was skeptical how perceptibly better it would be for me. Again I was surprised. 1080p/i inputs were very good and native apps were excellent as well. Buffering Amazon was seconds longer than with my Fire TV, but once streaming quality was virtually the same. Same with Netflix.
The only downside I found in quality is blacks were not as black as my older Samsung. For me this is a minor difference and not noticeable unless the screens are side-by-side. I went to a local "big box" score and compared 4K TV's on display. My impression is none of the sub $1K models had black levels as good as 1080 HD models, even ones at lower prices. I think the HiSense is as at least as good as other 4K TVs in the price range. If you want deep blacks expect to spend a lot more for 4K or stick with 1080 HD.
For me color, brightness and general picture quality are very good out of the box. The default mode is power saving with which I am very happy. In my experience watching NFL Football I've had no issues with ghosting in fast action watching via cable or off-air antenna in my default mode (energy saving) which was a pleasant surprise. For sports fans there is a "sports" mode which increases the refresh rate.
Sound went back to my receiver via the ARC (audio return channel) so I didn't really use the TV's built-in audio other than just a quick try. My quick impression is that it was good for a TV, but I didn't pay that much attention since I don't intend to use it. For me, a good home theater audio system ads a lot to my video experience.
This HiSense 4K TV thoroughly exceeded my expectations which were low for my first experience with this brand. I had been curious about 4K for a while but my perception I'd need to spend in excess of $1K held me back. At this low price the HiSense blew through my also fairly low expectations. That's a 5 star performance for me.
UPDATE: Nov 24, 2015
My Hisense TV recently installed a firmware update. It seems to have improved display latency some and added some more apps (I didn't keep an accurate inventory). I would not call these dramatic improvements. I do like that firmware updates are fixing problems and improving the TV after I've purchased it. If you have auto-update turned off it may be good to manually install this updated firmware.
UPDATE Dec 30, 2015
Another firmware update was released Dec 27 taking me from V00.01.00a.F0815 to V00.01.00a.F1201, The description s says they have optimized TV quality, improved features on some apps and fixed some known issues. After living with the new firmware for a few days I can't put my finger on a specific improvement, but I think the picture seems smoother on sporting events (even when not in sport mode). I also think screen latency is reduced as my gaming experience seems a bit better if I forget to put the TV into "game mode".
I really like that Hisense has been releasing updated firmware and fixing issues. Modern smart TV's like any computer operating system is going to need updates and I'm glad Hisense is stepping up to that bar while still being a low-cost provider.
UPDATE Oct 20, 2016
It's a little over a year since I setup and started using this Hisense 4K TV. Since Dec 2015 there have been more firmware updates showing Hisense has a commitment to their products. One of these updates made the interaction with my newish Denon AV receiver work more quickly (turning on the receiver when I turned on the TV) than before the update.
Picture quality remains excellent. It is my main TV and it is on for hours every day when I'm working out of my home office or relaxing in the evening. Bottom line: at 1+ year out my Hisense 4K TV performed very well for me and I remain very satisfied.
UPDATE Dec 12, 2016
My Hisense TV notified me about a new firmware update from V00.01.00a.G304 to V00.01.00a.G0.913. (the new version is from the TV info screen after the update) The part before G0.913 appeared differently on the update screen, FYI.
The description is not specific about the details: "Optimized Picture Quality, Improved some features of popular apps and fixed some known issues." After applying the update I have a sense the picture is looking a little better but I can't put my finger on specifically what changed. It is subtle.
I am very pleased that well more than a year after buying this TV Hisense is still improving the firmware and actively supporting it.
Hope this helps someone!
I hooked up the television to our NVIDIA Shield on HDMI 1 (1.4) and then after connecting the same cable to HDMI 4 or 5 (2.0) the TV would power off on trying to change the source. After thinking I bought a lemon, I thought to reconnect to the same HDMI 1 I would also connect the television to my network (physically plugged in a network cable) and was able to perform a firmware upgrade. A lot of fixes can be made over time and having the latest firmware supporting new devices better. With the latest firmware (currently V00.01.00a.F1211), which took two separate updates, and two reboots, the picture is incredible. I have our Shield connected to HDMI 4 with a high speed HDMI cable over one of the 2 HDMI 2.0 connections for 60Hz 4K and the picture is bright and vivid with inky blacks and no adjustments needed. The 720p and 1080p up-conversion the television does to 4K is great although 480p content looks like garbage compared to any other 1080p TV. So if you have HD content it will look great. The color reproduction is great for a 4K 8 bit IPS panel. Reds, yellows and blues are recreated pretty faithfully to their sources. I still can't get over how deep the blacks are after the update, making the picture pop with a lifelike feel it lacked prior to the firmware update.
UPDATE: As of this morning I have tested it's HDR with my Xbox One S and it's firmware as of 9/13/2016 does not support HDR10. So while this television does have HDR it is not currently the standard supported by Xbox One S. With the PS4 getting it's HDR update today I will test it tomorrow and update my post. With that said, the picture quality is still great with its HDR that makes the picture "pop". It's been apparent when watching HD content from our NVidia SHIELD. There are just several different HDR standards at this point and so far XBox One S only supports either HDR10 (the lesser) or Dolby Vision.
The only con is the remote is not backlit which is something i'm used to with my Xfinity system; however, the remote's quick access buttons are awesome.
Will definitely update this review in the future if TV falls apart. Although there is a 4 year warranty in addition to the 2 year it comes with if you sign up on manufacturer's website.