Our view about 65U7QF from Hisense : A TV Ultra HD 4K

Hisense 65U7QF : the new Ultra HD 4K

A good mid-range television. This is how we can introduce the Hisense 65U7QF.
In addition this Hisense displays a Ultra HD 4K resolution.  This television is part of the main group of current TVs. It doesn’t completely stands out among its competitors with this choice of Ultra HD 4K.
Why can we consider this 65U7QF as convincing in spite of its mid-range position ? This is what we are going to discover in this article.

The design of the Hisense 65U7QF

The Hisense 65U7QF appears as a real masterstroke of the brand regarding both its interior and exterior design.
The shapes are balanced and the overall rendering is beautiful to look at. A successful mid-range model.
A mid-range television set that relies heavily on its design and the quality of its materials; arguments that Hisense has been promoting for some time now on these products. All this for a price that stays contained.

65U7QF from Hisense – The screen

The Hisense has a correct and well-calibrated image quality, but you have to do with a limited native contrast that is suitable for daytime viewing; forget about home theater programs in the dark.

This model has a Ultra HD 4K display. At the same time, we are dealing with a nice display on the screen.
With a frequency of 50 Hz, you will have a good image quality; but don’t get carried away. It won’t be as detailed as reality.
Note that with advanced technology, this TV gives you a Ultra HD 4K quality picture .
To conclude the display part, we could say that it is interesting and effective; it is a mid-range TV that is worth the detour.

The sound of the Hisense 65U7QF

It is the custom to say that a good sound comes from a device with a lot of watts, however Hisense has managed to combine average audio system power with very good sound quality.
The television set is equipped with  two loudspeakers and a power output of 10 W.

The sound quality of this TV is average. Don’t push the volume too hard, you’d be disappointed.

65U7QF from Hisense – Embedded intelligence

On the software side, the Hisense 65U7QF is equipped with the operating system VIDAA U4. You have the opportunity to explore the world of entertainment.
With its Wifi or network connection (local LAN), this TV gives you the possibility to download apps or movies directly. An interesting option in the age of the cloud and online games.

65U7QF from Hisense – Its connectivity

As for the connectivity aspect on Hisense 65U7QF, it provides you with sufficient elements.
Whether it’s your external hard drive, NAS or game console, all these elements can be connected to this TV.

This model has a total of 13 connections, not too bad. The Hisense 65U7QF is thus at the very top of its range. The choices offered by its connections are simply enormous.

You have the following connections at your disposal:
2 USB ports, 4 HDMI ports, 1 audio output, 5 antenna inputs, 1 component plug (Video)

Technical characteristics of the Hisense 65U7QF

Here is a summary chart of the technical features of the TV:

Characteristic Value
Ratio 16/9
Sizes of the television without stand 79
Screen size in inches 64.5
Screen resolution Ultra HD 4K
Display frequency 50
Sound power 10
Wifi Yes
Tuners available DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-S DVB-S2 DVB-C 
Number of tuners 5
Number of USB ports 2
Number of HDMI ports 4
Number of audio outputs 1
Composite Input (Video) Yes
HDR Compatible Yes
HDR Dolby Vision Compatible Yes
VESA compatibility Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Ethernet Yes
Power consumption 195 W

65U7QF from Hisense – The conclusion

Finally, this new Hisense 65U7QF is a television set that can go anywhere; it can meet the majority of needs.
With its 4K display technology, this TV offers you an image quality close to perfection, and a sound quality above the others; Enhanced with an aesthetics that stands out, you have the ingredients of a device that you want to own.

In short, many positive points that make this TV a very good product. The following 3 points should be remembered:
the display frequency, the sound power, the depth of the colours.