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75" Hisense U6G Series Quantum ULED 4K UHD Smart Android HDTV

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Best Buy has 75" Hisense U6G Series Quantum ULED 4K UHD Smart Android HDTV (75U6G) on sale for $1049.99. Select free curbside pickup where stock permits.

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Dolby Vision, HDR 10, HDR 10+, Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG)
  • Smart TV Platform: Android TV
  • Chromecast Built-in
  • WiFi + Bluetooth
  • Ports:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 2x USB
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Digital Optical Audio

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  • Price Research: This sale is $200 Off (16% Savings) than the list price of $1250.
  • Reviews:
    • This Hisense TV receives 4.7 Stars out of 5 Stars based on over 60 customer reviews from Best Buy.
    • Rtings rates this TV an 8.1/10. Their verdict is The Hisense U6G is a very good TV for watching sports in a bright room. It has excellent reflection handling and great peak brightness, so glare shouldn't be an issue in most rooms. It also has a fast response time, which is especially important in fast-moving games, as it results in clear motion with little blur.
  • Warranty: Includes 1-Year Warranty for parts and labor
  • Best Buy Return Policy: Eligible for returns within 15-Days of purchase
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Best Buy dropped the price for the 75 inch Hisense U6g another $100. Now $1050. - Now $1149.99 Now $1049.99

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hise...Id=6457435

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https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/hisense/u6g

RTNGS.COM's Verdict:
"8.1 Mixed Usage
The Hisense U6G is a great TV for most uses. It's a great TV for watching sports or TV shows in a bright room unless you have a wide seating arrangement or watch with a large group of people. It's also a great choice for watching movies in SDR or HDR in a dark room, but it can't get very bright in HDR. It's also an impressive gaming TV, with low input lag and a great response time, but it doesn't support any advanced gaming features, like HDMI 2.1 or variable refresh rate technology (VRR), which may disappoint those looking to game on the latest consoles."
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"The Hisense U6G is a great TV for most uses. It's a great TV for watching sports or TV shows in a bright room unless you have a wide seating arrangement or watch with a large group of people. It's also a great choice for watching movies in SDR or HDR in a dark room, but it can't get very bright in HDR. It's also an impressive gaming TV, with low input lag and a great response time, but it doesn't support any advanced gaming features, like HDMI 2.1 or variable refresh rate technology (VRR), which may disappoint those looking to game on the latest consoles."
So heres the TLDR. If you just need a big cheaper screens for movies/netflix this is a great deal.

If you need something for next gen gaming (ps5/series x) the U7G is fully compatible. U6G is not

If you want the absolute best picture quality and something for next generation gaming, the U8G is the one.
Me. Bought this a month ago from BB. Just as a background I'm an amateur PQ enthusiast and I am used to viewing on an OLED which I calibrated using an i1DisplayPro+ and Calman, and that's what I've been comparing to in my mind. I bought this for a family member who is not a PQ enthusiast and they couldn't be happier. Great color volume, decent blacks, snappy UI, and it has really nice calibration features if you're willing to put in the time and effort. The local dimming gets really bloomy/blotchy in dark scenes. It really bothers me that black bars in non-16:9 content light up like a Christmas tree (it especially ate poo when the black bars were on the sides e.g. BVS Remastered IMAX sequences) and that's the type of thing that's going to be a deal breaker but only if you like extra care about PQ (like me!). Didn't test too much gaming besides a few rounds of Fortnite on PS4 pro but I found input lag to be usable in game mode though colors got really washed out when setting it to game mode (I was in SDR the whole time fwiw). In bright HDR scenes it can look stunning; it gets looking very close to my OLED. I didn't bring my calibration tools to this setup so I noticed colors look a bit on the green/pukey side out of the box. Just by using my eyes I have been having a very difficult time dialing in flesh tones. I'm hoping I can Calman this bad boy next time I visit and get even more out of it.

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What is Quantum ULED? Is it not OLED?
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What is Quantum ULED? Is it not OLED?
Not OLED. It's a QLED.
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This is very tempting.....I was waiting for the U7G, but that one will be $1500 when BB actually gets it in. It is currently listed as "Coming Soon".
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Not OLED. It's a QLED.
What's QLED now??
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Seems like a good deal. Anyone have any experience with this model?
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Just bought this model for my dad for his birthday. Given it was the 65" but most times thats very comparable. Phenomenal for the price !
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So heres the TLDR. If you just need a big cheaper screens for movies/netflix this is a great deal.

If you need something for next gen gaming (ps5/series x) the U7G is fully compatible. U6G is not

If you want the absolute best picture quality and something for next generation gaming, the U8G is the one.
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65" is also on sale for $699 but this was the original price when I bought it at BB.
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From RTNGS.COM:

"The Hisense U6G is a great TV for most uses. It's a great TV for watching sports or TV shows in a bright room unless you have a wide seating arrangement or watch with a large group of people. It's also a great choice for watching movies in SDR or HDR in a dark room, but it can't get very bright in HDR. It's also an impressive gaming TV, with low input lag and a great response time, but it doesn't support any advanced gaming features, like HDMI 2.1 or variable refresh rate technology (VRR), which may disappoint those looking to game on the latest consoles."
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Thanks OP, I was looking for a TV for my basement. I would've preferred the Roku version, but I guess this will work. I can add a ROKU plugin if I want.
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Just picked one up myself.

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This may be a dumb question.
I know it doesn't have VRR or 2.1, but would this still make the Xbox series x look good?
I'm not a hardcore gamer but I would like to enjoy some new games. Currently using the Xbox on an old old tv that really needs to be updated, I tried to buy the Q80t during that last micro center sale but I missed it so I'm just in the "waiting for a sale on a decent tv" phase now.
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Quote from LovelyCabbage743 :
This may be a dumb question.
I know it doesn't have VRR or 2.1, but would this still make the Xbox series x look good?
I'm not a hardcore gamer but I would like to enjoy some new games. Currently using the Xbox on an old old tv that really needs to be updated, I tried to buy the Q80t during that last micro center sale but I missed it so I'm just in the "waiting for a sale on a decent tv" phase now.
It kind of depends on how long you plan to use this TV for. Right now, I don't think it'll make much difference since a lot of games don't really take advantage of it. But later in this generational cycle, we might see more games that are 120fps.
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