HISENSE 55A7GQTUK QLED Series 55-inch 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR Smart TV 60Hz Refresh Rate with YouTube, Netflix, Freeview Play and Alexa Built-in, and Bluetooth, TUV Certificated (2021 NEW)
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Our guess would be that the 55A7GQ’s issues are down to a combination of its IPS panel and its budget QD colour system. Assuming we’re correct on this, it’s ironic that the IPS panel doesn’t even seem to deliver the viewing angle advantage we’d normally expect such a panel to provide. Contrast clearly becomes even worse if you watch the 55A7GQ from even a slight angle.
Hisense 55A7GQTUK QLED Series 55-inch Smart TV Review
The A9G is Hisense’s first OLED since the O8B from 2019. There’s support for HDR10+ as well as Dolby Vision IQ, which uses the TV’s light sensor to automatically adapt the brightness and contrast of an image in accordance with the brightness of a room, so you can see every detail.
The desktop stand also looks more metallic than it actually is, and its ’open’ style minimises the impact the TV has on your decor.
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Hisense’s laser TVs have received an update this year, with this being an area the company claims is leading the way forward with its ultimate aim being to create an “impeccable home cinema experience”.The brand uses its Ultra Short Throw Laser in the L5F Laser TV to deliver a highly detailed 4K image. Second, the 55A7GQ’s upscaling of sub-4K sources is rather basic. On the upside, the upscaling does quite well at making pictures look sharp, adding eye-catching emphasis and definition to lines, edges and textures. Unfortunately though, the upscaling seems to make little if any effort to distinguish source noise from real image information, and so ends up sharpening and emphasising noise as well as ‘real’ image information. It also tends to over-exaggerate grain. The Hisense 55A7GQTUK QLED Series TV features a 4K Ultra HD resolution, which is four times the Resolution of Full HD. This results in a more detailed and crisp picture, especially when viewing content available in 4K resolution. The TV’s QLED technology enhances color accuracy and contrast, providing better picture quality.It has a strong feature set and performs fairly well in some aspects, but the smeary motion undoes a lot of the good work the set does elsewhere.
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With its 20W speaker system, the A7G offers a soundstage that’s flat and not especially dynamic. Given its size, a decent soundbar is a must, but judged on its own merits it offers solid clarity with dialogue; a presentation that’s clear, crisp and pleasingly sharp but refrains from wondering into sibilant territory.
The Hisense 55A7GQTUK QLED series TV delivers excellent sound quality thanks to its built-in 2.0-channel speakers. The speakers have a total power output of 20 watts, providing clear and crisp audio. The TV also supports Dolby Atmos technology, creating a more immersive audio experience.