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Hisense 75" Class H6510G Series LED 4K UHD Smart Android TV 75H6510G - $629.99

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Back again. I know this was $30 less at one point; but the time machine hasn't been invented yet.

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Expands your entertainment options by wirelessly connecting a compatible soundbar, headphone or stereo components to your TV.

DTS Virtual X
Creates an immersive audio experience by virtualizing height content over traditional stereos.

Voice remote
Open or search for apps, control the volume and inputs, or search for your favorite TV shows and movies simply through the power of your voice.

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Watch high dynamic range (HDR) content on your TV
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Smart TV with access to streaming services for countless entertainment options
Stream shows, movies, games and more with the TV's built-in Wi-Fi and integrated apps.

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Web-based services and content require high-speed Internet service. Some services may require a subscription.

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Can anyone give any rep for this brand? How do they compare to Sony, Panasonic, Toshiba, LG or Vizio?
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I'll repost what I posted in that other thread if it helps

I bought the TV -

Used a mix of RTINGS and Reddit recommendations to calibrate

Good:
Picture/Color
Contrast
Deep Blacks
HDR is pretty good
It's huge

Bad:
Things with fast motion
The "noise reduction" functionality is useless and makes things worse
The user interface is super laggy. So changing settings etc is a chore. Don't buy this if you don't have a Roku stick or some other device like that.
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For those who care about it, it's a 60Hz panel.
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Quote from NeptuneSpear :
Can anyone give any rep for this brand? How do they compare to Sony, Panasonic, Toshiba, LG or Vizio?
Better than Vizio, worse than TCL.
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Better than Vizio, worse than TCL.
I'm not even familiar with TCL. So many brands.
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For those who care about it, it's a 60Hz panel.
Thanks for pointing this out. Overlooked it.
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I compared a lot of TV reviews and specs before buying this for $630, and then was lucky to catch it falling to $600 when I could still get the difference refunded.

And it is definitely living up to what I expected. Obviously, with an ultra-budget 75" TV, you are going to be making compromises somewhere. In this case, I think it is prioritizing being as good as that budget will allow for things like movies and regular TV shows (including 4K and/or HDR content).

And it is not bad as-is for that purpose. But if you also add a decent external streaming device and a reasonable budget surround-sound system, you can have an acceptable 75" 4K "home theater" setup for around, say, $850-900. Not too shabby!

For uses like gaming or sports? I don't think this TV will be terrible for occasional use. But if your main uses are more that stuff, you might want to look at a different panel technology. Or, plan to spend quite a bit more to get equally good or better performance for all your uses. Or finally, go smaller.
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Didn't expect a TV deal to set off my thermostat alert 😂
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Quote from BrianTH :
I compared a lot of TV reviews and specs before buying this for $630, and then was lucky to catch it falling to $600 when I could still get the difference refunded.

And it is definitely living up to what I expected. Obviously, with an ultra-budget 75" TV, you are going to be making compromises somewhere. In this case, I think it is prioritizing being as good as that budget will allow for things like movies and regular TV shows (including 4K and/or HDR content).

And it is not bad as-is for that purpose. But if you also add a decent external streaming device and a reasonable budget surround-sound system, you can have an acceptable 75" 4K "home theater" setup for around, say, $850-900. Not too shabby!

For uses like gaming or sports? I don't think this TV will be terrible for occasional use. But if your main uses are more that stuff, you might want to look at a different panel technology. Or, plan to spend quite a bit more to get equally good or better performance for all your uses. Or finally, go smaller.
So this is a pretty good tv for watching regular tv (ie Sling TV)? Does it do a decent job of upscaling? I would use this tv along with my google chromecast (newest model).

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So this is a pretty good tv for watching regular tv (ie Sling TV)? Does it do a decent job of upscaling? I would use this tv along with my google chromecast (newest model).

Thanks,

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Yes, I would say for an ultra-budget class TV, I have been quite pleased with the picture quality and specifically the upscaling of 720p and higher content (I note I primarily use a Fire Cube for content, but also tried it out on some OTA content too). Obviously various content can have quality problems independent of resolution, but I believe Sling streams in 720p most of the time.

480i, on the other hand, looks pretty rough, but I have honestly never seen 480i actually look good on a bigger screen. It just doesn't have the information content to be blown up like that.

The one other caution is that reviewers have suggested it does not have very good motion handling. That's not a big issue if you mostly watch non-sports TV. But if you watch a lot of sports TV, that might be an issue to consider.
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Yes, I would say for an ultra-budget class TV, I have been quite pleased with the picture quality and specifically the upscaling of 720p and higher content (I note I primarily use a Fire Cube for content, but also tried it out on some OTA content too). Obviously various content can have quality problems independent of resolution, but I believe Sling streams in 720p most of the time.

480i, on the other hand, looks pretty rough, but I have honestly never seen 480i actually look good on a bigger screen. It just doesn't have the information content to be blown up like that.

The one other caution is that reviewers have suggested it does not have very good motion handling. That's not a big issue if you mostly watch non-sports TV. But if you watch a lot of sports TV, that might be an issue to consider.
Thanks for the rundown. Looks like I'll have to sacrifice size if I want to go up to the H8G and keep it around $600. My son uses the TV mostly for gaming, and we're running a 2008 Panasonic 46" TV, so anything will be an upgrade. Maybe with the 2021 models coming out soon I'll be able to get a marked down 65"
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