Hisense U7K [U7, U75K] Review (55U7K, 65U7K, 75U7K, 85U7K) (2024)

Design

Design

Style

Curved No

From the front, the TV has a premium design that looks great in any room. It has thin bezels on three sides, with a thicker, but still thin, bottom bezel. The feet are slim and don't take up much space. From the back, the TV has visible screws (shown here) around its border, which look a bit cheap overall.

Design

Accelerated Longevity Test

Uniformity Pictures N/A

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Design

Stand

The TV comes with a pair of adjustable metallic feet that support the TV well, although there's still some wobble front to back.

Footprint of the 65-inch stand in the wide position: 46.1" x 12.3". In the narrow position, the 65-inch stand has a footprint of 27.6" x 12.3". In either position, the feet lift the TV about 3.3" above the table, so most soundbars fit in front without blocking the screen. Some longer soundbars don't fit between the feet when they're set in the narrow position.

Design

Back

Wall Mount VESA 400x300

The back has a flat metallic top part and a thicker plastic housing on the bottom half. There's a built-in subwoofer (seen here) on the bottom section. Most of the inputs are side-facing and aren't set into the TV, so they're easy to access unless you have the TV mounted flush against the wall. There are clips built into the feet to help with cable management.

Design

Borders

Borders 0.39" (1.0 cm)

Design

Thickness

Max Thickness 2.91" (7.4 cm)

7.0

Design

Build Quality

The TV has decent build quality. There's a bit of flex in the plastic portion of the back of the TV, but this isn't uncommon and won't cause any issues. The feet are sturdy and support the TV well, but there's some wobble front to back. More worryingly, the TV creaks when it wobbles, which is slightly concerning. Our unit also has 10 dead pixels/dirt around the top of the screen, but they're not visible from a normal viewing distance.

Picture Quality

8.8

Picture Quality

Contrast

Contrast

45,311 : 1

Native Contrast

5,750 : 1

The Hisense U75K Series has a fantastic contrast ratio with local dimming enabled, leading to deep blacks in a dark room, even when bright highlights are shown on the screen. With local dimming disabled, the TV's contrast ratio is good, but blacks are raised and appear washed out when bright highlights are present. If you want a similar TV with even better contrast, check out the Sharp AQUOS XLED FV1.

LEARN ABOUT CONTRAST

7.0

Picture Quality

Blooming

The Hisense U7K has decent blooming performance. There's some visible blooming around bright highlights or in dark areas when they're next to brighter ones.

7.5

Picture Quality

Lighting Zone Transitions

Local Dimming

Yes

Backlight

Full-Array

Dimming Zones Count Of Tested TV

384

Overall, the TV's processing keeps up well with fast-moving objects. Still, the leading edge of bright, moving objects is noticeably dimmer, and fast-moving objects leave a visible trail.

8.5

Picture Quality

Contrast And Dark Details In Game Mode

Switching to Game Mode doesn't result in any noticeable difference in dark scene performance.

7.9

Picture Quality

HDR Brightness

Hallway Lights (~1950 cd/m²)

368 cd/m²

Yellow Skyscraper (~700 cd/m²)

430 cd/m²

Landscape Pool (~300 cd/m²)

303 cd/m²

Peak 2% Window

531 cd/m²

Peak 10% Window

823 cd/m²

Peak 25% Window

935 cd/m²

Peak 50% Window

753 cd/m²

Peak 100% Window

621 cd/m²

Sustained 2% Window

530 cd/m²

Sustained 10% Window

823 cd/m²

Sustained 25% Window

929 cd/m²

Sustained 50% Window

751 cd/m²

Sustained 100% Window

615 cd/m²

Automatic Brightness Limiting (ABL)

0.031

The Hisense U7K has very good peak brightness in HDR. Bright highlights stand out well, delivering an impactful HDR experience.

These measurements are after calibrating the HDR white point with the following settings:

  • HDR Picture Mode: HDR Theater
  • Brightness: 100
  • Gamma: ST2084
  • Local Dimming: High
  • Color Temperature: Warm 1
  • Dynamic Tone Mapping: Off

LEARN ABOUT HDR BRIGHTNESS

7.9

Picture Quality

HDR Brightness In Game Mode

Hallway Lights (~1950 cd/m²)

368 cd/m²

Yellow Skyscraper (~700 cd/m²)

443 cd/m²

Landscape Pool (~300 cd/m²)

325 cd/m²

Peak 2% Window

530 cd/m²

Peak 10% Window

796 cd/m²

Peak 25% Window

895 cd/m²

Peak 50% Window

734 cd/m²

Peak 100% Window

610 cd/m²

Sustained 2% Window

528 cd/m²

Sustained 10% Window

782 cd/m²

Sustained 25% Window

884 cd/m²

Sustained 50% Window

733 cd/m²

Sustained 100% Window

610 cd/m²

Automatic Brightness Limiting (ABL)

0.028

The TV's HDR brightness in Game Mode is very good. There's no noticeable difference in peak brightness from 'HDR Theater' mode.

These measurements are after calibrating the HDR white point, with the following settings:

  • HDR Picture Mode: HDR Game
  • Brightness: 100
  • Gamma: ST2084
  • Local Dimming: High
  • Color Temperature: Warm 1
  • Dynamic Tone Mapping: Off

7.4

Picture Quality

PQ EOTF Tracking

600 Nit Tracking Delta

0.0211

1000 Nit Tracking Delta

0.0210

4000 Nit Tracking Delta

0.0130

The TV has decent PQ EOTF tracking, but all scenes appear brighter than the content creator intended. There's a smooth roll-off as content approaches the TV's peak brightness, more so with content mastered at 4000 nits, ensuring that fine details are preserved.

LEARN ABOUT PQ EOTF TRACKING

8.3

Picture Quality

SDR Brightness

Real Scene Peak Brightness

501 cd/m²

Peak 2% Window

381 cd/m²

Peak 10% Window

579 cd/m²

Peak 25% Window

695 cd/m²

Peak 50% Window

593 cd/m²

Peak 100% Window

495 cd/m²

Sustained 2% Window

373 cd/m²

Sustained 10% Window

570 cd/m²

Sustained 25% Window

686 cd/m²

Sustained 50% Window

591 cd/m²

Sustained 100% Window

494 cd/m²

Automatic Brightness Limiting (ABL)

0.032

The TV has an impressive peak brightness in SDR, as it easily overcomes glare in a bright room. It maintains its brightness well across different scenes, although smaller highlights aren't as bright as bigger ones.

These measurements are after calibration with the following settings:

  • Picture Mode: Theater Night
  • Brightness: 100
  • Color Temperature: Warm 1
  • Local Dimming: High
  • Gamma: 2.2
  • Active Contrast: Off

LEARN ABOUT SDR BRIGHTNESS

8.8

Picture Quality

Color Gamut

Wide Color Gamut

Yes

DCI P3 xy

96.83%

DCI P3 uv

97.40%

Rec 2020 xy

76.18%

Rec 2020 uv

81.91%

The Hisense U7K TV has an excellent HDR color gamut. It has fantastic coverage of the commonly used DCI-P3 color space, although there are small tone mapping errors with most colors. The TV also has good coverage of the wider Rec. 2020 color space, but again, with frequent tone mapping errors with most colors.

LEARN ABOUT COLOR GAMUT

8.0

Picture Quality

Color Volume

1,000 cd/m² DCI P3 Coverage ITP

66.7%

10,000 cd/m² Rec 2020 Coverage ITP

34.8%

White Luminance

483 cd/m²

Red Luminance

104 cd/m²

Green Luminance

361 cd/m²

Blue Luminance

31 cd/m²

Cyan Luminance

385 cd/m²

Magenta Luminance

132 cd/m²

Yellow Luminance

456 cd/m²

The TV has great color volume. It displays a wide range of colors at all luminance levels, and dark saturated colors are displayed well thanks to the TV's excellent contrast.

LEARN ABOUT COLOR VOLUME

8.7

Picture Quality

Pre Calibration

White Balance dE

2.01

Color dE

1.52

Gamma

2.15

Color Temperature

6,533 K

Picture Mode

Theater Night

Color Temp Setting

Warm 1

Gamma Setting

2.2

The Hisense U75K has excellent pre-calibration accuracy. Gamma is close to the 2.2 target for a moderately lit room, and the white balance is great, with minor accuracy errors in bright whites and mid-grays. Color accuracy is excellent, although saturated blues have noticeable tone mapping errors. The color temperature is fantastic; neither too warm nor too cold.

LEARN ABOUT PRE CALIBRATION

9.5

Picture Quality

Post Calibration

White Balance dE

0.23

Color dE

1.32

Gamma

2.20

Color Temperature

6,495 K

White Balance Calibration

20 point

Color Calibration

Yes

The TV has incredible accuracy after calibration. It's a bit tricky to calibrate, as you need to calibrate it at a lower stimulus than usual; otherwise, the calibration settings don't stick. Plus, changing settings at a lower stimulus affects higher settings significantly. For example, if you change the blue levels on an 80% white stimulus, it affects the blue levels at the 85% and 90% white stimulus. Still, it already has excellent accuracy before calibration, so you don't need to calibrate it too much, if any, for an accurate image.

You can see our full calibration settings here.

LEARN ABOUT POST CALIBRATION

7.4

Picture Quality

Gray Uniformity

50% Std. Dev.

1.976%

50% DSE

0.194%

5% Std. Dev.

1.149%

5% DSE

0.113%

The TV has decent gray uniformity. There's some vignetting in the corners, and the right side of the screen has a green tint, while the left side veers towards pink. These uniformity issues are noticeable in large areas of bright, uniform color, like when watching sports or browsing the web. There's visible banding in near-black scenes, with a greenish tint towards the right side of the screen.

LEARN ABOUT GRAY UNIFORMITY

9.4

Picture Quality

Black Uniformity

Std. Dev.

0.535%

Native Std. Dev.

0.653%

The TV has fantastic black uniformity. With local dimming disabled, there's a bit of backlight bleed, especially visible in the upper right corner of the screen, but it's not too distracting. Enabling local dimming almost completely eliminates the backlight bleed.

LEARN ABOUT BLACK UNIFORMITY

5.4

Picture Quality

Viewing Angle

Color Washout

23°

Color Shift

23°

Brightness Loss

35°

Black Level Raise

24°

Gamma Shift

16°

The TV has an inadequate viewing angle. The image fades and looks washed out as you move even slightly off-center. This makes it a poor choice for a wide seating arrangement, as anyone sitting off-center sees a degraded image. If you have a wide seating arrangement, a TV with a wide viewing angle, like the Vizio Quantum Pro QLED, is a better choice.

LEARN ABOUT VIEWING ANGLE

9.0

Picture Quality

Reflections

Screen Finish

Semi-gloss

Total Reflections

1.9%

Indirect Reflections

0.2%

Calculated Direct Reflections

1.7%

The TV's reflection handling is fantastic. Its finish reduces the impact of reflections enough that this TV can easily handle even very bright rooms.

LEARN ABOUT REFLECTIONS

7.3

Picture Quality

HDR Native Gradient

100% Black to 50% Gray

6.0

50% Gray to 100% White

8.0

100% Black to 50% Red

6.0

50% Red to 100% Red

10

100% Black to 50% Green

6.0

50% Green to 100% Green

8.0

100% Black to 50% Blue

8.0

50% Blue to 100% Blue

6.0

The TV has decent HDR gradient handling. There's some banding in dark grays, reds, and greens, as well as in bright blues. Other color gradients have minimal banding.

LEARN ABOUT HDR NATIVE GRADIENT

7.9

Picture Quality

Low-Quality Content Smoothing

Smoothing

8.0

Detail Preservation

7.5

This TV has very good low-quality content smoothing. It's great at avoiding macro-blocking in dark scenes and preserves fine details well.

7.5

Picture Quality

Upscaling: Sharpness Processing

The Hisense U7K has good upscaling capabilities. The resulting image looks sharp overall, with some, but not excessive, blurring. Fine details are preserved well, and text is easy to read.

Sharpness processing was calibrated for low-resolution or low-bitrate content, with no over-sharpening, with the following setting:

  • Super Resolution: On
  • Sharpness: 10

LEARN ABOUT UPSCALING: SHARPNESS PROCESSING

Picture Quality

Pixels

Subpixel Layout

BGR

Type LED

Sub-Type

VA

The TV uses a BGR (blue-green-red) subpixel layout. For multimedia usage, this doesn't cause any issues, but it causes text clarity issues when you use this TV as a PC monitor. There are easy workarounds for these issues, however, and you can read about them here.

Motion

8.5

Motion

Response Time

80% Response Time

4.0 ms

100% Response Time

9.6 ms

The TV has an excellent response time at 4k @ 60Hz, but the Hisense's response time tuning is different when the TV's refresh rate is below and above 100Hz: it's more aggressive above 100Hz, leading to a faster overall response time but with more overshoot errors. This doesn't cause any issues when running at a fixed refresh rate, but with VRR enabled, the TV's response time behavior rapidly changes as the TV's refresh rate hovers around 100Hz, which is very noticeable. You can see the two response time behaviors here:

  • Below 100
  • Above 100

LEARN ABOUT RESPONSE TIME

9.0

Motion

Flicker-Free

Flicker-Free

No

PWM Dimming Frequency

4,000 Hz

Like most TVs on the market, this TV uses pulse width modulation (PWM) to dim the backlight. It flickers at 4000Hz in all picture modes and at every brightness level, but it isn't noticeable.

LEARN ABOUT FLICKER-FREE

Motion

Black Frame Insertion (BFI)

Optional BFI

Yes

Min Flicker For 60 fps

60 Hz

60Hz For 60 fps

Yes

120Hz For 120 fps

Yes

Min Flicker for 60 fps in Game Mode

60 Hz

The TV has an optional backlight strobing feature, commonly known as black frame insertion. This feature is meant to reduce persistence blur and improve the appearance of motion. It works on the Hisense at both 60Hz and 120Hz, leading to a sharp image, but at the cost of some image duplication.

LEARN ABOUT BLACK FRAME INSERTION (BFI)

Motion

Motion Interpolation

Motion Interpolation (30 fps)

Yes

Motion Interpolation (60 fps)

Yes

The TV has an optional motion interpolation feature to interpolate content up to 120 fps. It works decently well with slower content, like slow panning shots, but there's a lot of artifacting the moment the action ramps up.

LEARN ABOUT MOTION INTERPOLATION

6.7

Motion

Stutter

Frame Hold Time @ 24 fps

32.1 ms

Frame Hold Time @ 60 fps

7.1 ms

The TV's good response time results in an overall adequate stutter performance. There's some noticeable stutter in slow-panning shots in 24p content, like movies.

LEARN ABOUT STUTTER

10

Motion

24p Judder

Judder-Free 24p

Yes

Judder-Free 24p via 60p

Yes

Judder-Free 24p via 60i

Yes

Judder-Free 24p via Native Apps

Yes

The TV automatically removes judder from any source, ensuring a smooth movie-watching experience.

LEARN ABOUT 24P JUDDER

9.5

Motion

Variable Refresh Rate

Native Refresh Rate

120 Hz

Variable Refresh Rate

Yes

HDMI Forum VRR

Yes

FreeSync

Yes

G-SYNC Compatible

Yes

4k VRR Maximum

144 Hz

4k VRR Minimum

< 20 Hz

1080p VRR Maximum

144 Hz

1080p VRR Minimum

< 20 Hz

1440p VRR Maximum

144 Hz

1440p VRR Minimum

< 20 Hz

VRR + Local Dimming Yes

The TV supports all three variable refresh rate (VRR) technologies, and its VRR range caps out at 144Hz. It can also do 1080p @ 240Hz, but not with VRR enabled. With VRR enabled, the TV sets itself to 72Hz with resolution halving when you attempt to run it at 1080p @ 240Hz.

When the TV is connected to a PC using an AMD graphics card it disables HDR when the FreeSync toggle is enabled in the TV's Game Settings menu. For VRR and HDR to work simultaneously, FreeSync needs to be disabled on the TV, although this disables VRR for sources that only use FreeSync for VRR, such as older AMD graphic cards.

LEARN ABOUT VARIABLE REFRESH RATE

Inputs

9.4

Inputs

Input Lag

1080p @ 60Hz

14.3 ms

1080p @ 60Hz Outside Game Mode

108.6 ms

1080p @ 120Hz

5.4 ms

1080p @ 144Hz

4.8 ms

1440p @ 60Hz

14.4 ms

1440p @ 120Hz

5.4 ms

1440p @ 144Hz

4.8 ms

4k @ 60Hz

14.3 ms

4k @ 60Hz + 10-Bit HDR

14.4 ms

4k @ 60Hz @ 4:4:4

14.3 ms

4k @ 60Hz Outside Game Mode

108.2 ms

4k @ 60Hz With Interpolation

123.1 ms

4k @ 120Hz

5.4 ms

4k @ 144Hz

5.2 ms

8k @ 60Hz

N/A

The TV has extremely low input lag, resulting in a responsive gaming or desktop experience. The TV outputs proper chroma 4:4:4 when in Game Mode, so you can have clear text and the fastest possible input lag when using this TV as a PC monitor.

The TV can't do 1080p @ 240Hz when VRR is enabled: it instead locks itself to 72Hz with resolution halving. With VRR disabled, the TV does proper 1080p @ 240Hz, with a measured input lag of 3.4ms.

Note: These numbers were measured with the 'High Refresh Rate' mode disabled except at 1080p @ 240Hz, as it locks itself to 'On' at that refresh rate. Enabling the setting at refresh rates lower than 240Hz noticeably increases input lag.

LEARN ABOUT INPUT LAG

9.6

Inputs

Supported Resolutions

Resolution 4k

480p @ 59.94Hz (Widescreen)

Yes

720p @ 59.94Hz

Yes

1080p @ 60Hz @ 4:4:4

Yes

1080p @ 120Hz

Yes

1080p @ 144Hz

Yes

1440p @ 60Hz

Yes (forced resolution required)

1440p @ 120Hz

Yes

1440p @ 144Hz

Yes

4k @ 60Hz

Yes

4k @ 60Hz @ 4:4:4

Yes

4k @ 120Hz

Yes

4k @ 120Hz @ 4:4:4

Yes

4k @ 144Hz

Yes

8k @ 30Hz or 24Hz

No

8k @ 60Hz

No

The TV supports up to 4k @ 144Hz on HDMI ports 3 and 4. The TV does proper 1080p @ 240Hz on HDMI ports 3 and 4, but only with VRR disabled.

The TV supports chroma 4:4:4 at 4k @ 144Hz with Game Mode enabled, so you can simultaneously have the sharpest text and lowest input lag.

LEARN ABOUT SUPPORTED RESOLUTIONS

Inputs

PS5 Compatibility

Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM)

Yes

4k @ 120Hz

Yes

1440p @ 120Hz

Yes

1080p @ 120Hz

Yes

HDR

Yes

VRR

Yes

The TV takes full advantage of the PS5, with 4k @ 120Hz support on HDMI ports 3 and 4 and variable refresh rate (VRR) support.

Inputs

Xbox Series X|S Compatibility

Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM)

Yes

4k @ 120Hz

Yes

1440p @ 120Hz

Yes

1080p @ 120Hz

Yes

HDR

Yes

VRR

Yes

The TV can take full advantage of the Xbox Series X|S consoles, with 4k @ 120Hz support on HDMI ports 3 and 4, as well as variable refresh rate (VRR) support with both AMD FreeSync and HDMI Forum VRR. Alongside the Hisense U8/U8K, it's one of the few TVs on the market that does Dolby Vision at 4k @ 120Hz.

Inputs

Inputs Specifications

HDR10

Yes

HDR10+

Yes

Dolby Vision

Yes

HLG

Yes

HDMI 2.0 Full Bandwidth

Yes (HDMI 1,2,3,4)

HDMI 2.1 Class Bandwidth

Yes (HDMI 3,4)

CEC Yes

HDCP 2.2 Yes (HDMI 1,2,3,4)

ATSC Tuner

3.0 (NEXTGEN TV)

USB 3.0

Yes (1)

Variable Analog Audio Out Yes

Wi-Fi Support Yes (2.4 GHz, 5 GHz)

The TV has HDMI 2.1 bandwidth on HDMI ports 3 and 4, with both supporting up to 4k @ 144Hz. Unfortunately, HDMI 3 is the eARC port, so you lose one HDMI 2.1 port when you plug a soundbar into the TV. It has an ATSC 3.0 TV tuner, so it streams 4k content over-the-air. Its wireless tuner supports the Wi-Fi 6E standard, so it can use the 6GHz spectrum with compatible devices.

Inputs

Input Photos

Inputs

Total Inputs

HDMI 4

USB 2

Digital Optical Audio Out 1

Analog Audio Out 3.5mm 1

Analog Audio Out RCA 0

Component In 0

Composite In 1 (adapter required, not incl.)

Tuner (Cable/Ant) 1

Ethernet 1

DisplayPort 0

IR In 0

Inputs

Audio Passthrough

ARC/eARC Port

eARC

eARC: Dolby Atmos Over Dolby Digital Plus

Yes

eARC: Dolby Digital Plus 7.1

Yes

eARC: LPCM 7.1 Over Dolby MAT

Yes

eARC: Dolby TrueHD 7.1

Yes

eARC: DTS:X Over DTS-HD MA

Yes

eARC: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1

Yes

eARC: LPCM Channels (Bitstream)

7.1

ARC: Dolby Digital 5.1

Yes

ARC: DTS 5.1

Yes

Optical: Dolby Digital 5.1

Yes

Optical: DTS 5.1

Yes

The TV supports eARC and can pass advanced DTS and Dolby formats from a connected source to your soundbar or sound system without reducing audio quality.

Sound Quality

6.5

Sound Quality

Frequency Response

Low-Frequency Extension

89.80 Hz

Std. Dev. @ 70

4.36 dB

Std. Dev. @ 80

4.48 dB

Std. Dev. @ Max

7.27 dB

Max

90.3 dB SPL

Dynamic Range Compression

3.80 dB

The TV's frequency response is okay overall. There's very little bass, although it's alright for a TV. Dialogue is clear and easy to understand, but there's a pretty significant dip in the mid-to-high treble range. It's not very noticeable with most content, however.

LEARN ABOUT FREQUENCY RESPONSE

7.1

Sound Quality

Distortion

Weighted THD @ 80

0.096

Weighted THD @ Max

0.276

IMD @ 80

4.47%

IMD @ Max

6.51%

This TV has decent distortion performance. There's some audible total harmonic distortion, but mainly at high volume levels; it's not noticeable at moderate volume.

LEARN ABOUT DISTORTION

Smart Features

8.0

Smart Features

Interface

Smart OS Google TV

Version 12

Ease of Use

Average

Smoothness

Very Smooth

Time Taken to Select YouTube

1 s

Time Taken to Change Backlight

2 s

Advanced Options

Many

The TV uses version 12 of Google's popular Google TV OS. It's relatively easy to use and especially fast and smooth, with a large selection of apps.

0

Smart Features

Ad-Free

Ads

Yes

Opt-out

No

Suggested Content in Home

Yes

Opt-out of Suggested Content

No

Like most TVs on the market, this one has ads throughout the interface, and you can't disable them.

LEARN ABOUT AD-FREE

9.0

Smart Features

Apps and Features

App Selection

Great

App Smoothness

Average

Cast Capable

Yes

USB Drive Playback

Yes

USB Drive HDR Playback

Yes

HDR in Netflix

Yes

HDR in YouTube

Yes

The TV has a great selection of streaming apps, with every popular streaming app being present. The interface is very smooth and pleasant to use.

8.0

Smart Features

Remote

Size

Medium

Voice Control

Many Features

CEC Menu Control

Yes

Other Smart Features

No

Remote App Hisense RemoteNOW

The TV comes with a great remote. Like most modern remotes, it lacks a numpad, and there are quick-access buttons to popular streaming services. The remote has a built-in mic, and so does the TV for hands-free voice control, giving you access to Google Assistant and Alexa. You can ask the TV to search for content, open apps, ask for the time or the weather, and switch inputs.

Smart Features

TV Controls

There's a button underneath the center of the TV to turn the TV on/off and switch inputs. There's a switch seen on the right side of the above photo to turn off the mic built into the TV if you're concerned about privacy.

Smart Features

In The Box

  • Remote
  • 2x AAA batteries
  • Power cable
  • Quick setup guide

Smart Features

Misc

Power Consumption 59 W

Power Consumption (Max) 183 W

Firmware V0000.01.00R.N0705

Hisense U7K [U7, U75K] Review (55U7K, 65U7K, 75U7K, 85U7K) (2024)

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