Posted Thu Mar 17, 2016 at 10:30 AM PDT by Steven Cohen
The H7B series is a budget friendly Ultra HD TV line perfect for sports.
Looking for a budget friendly 4K TV for your upcoming March Madness viewing parties? The Hisense H7B series 4K Ultra HD TVs offer solid features without breaking the bank.
The H7B series is available in 50 inch, 55 inch, and 65 inch screen sizes. The LCD LED displays feature a resolution of 3840 x 2160, along with 4K upscaling, and HDMI 2.0 connectivity with HDCP 2.2 copy protection. Smart TV functionality is integrated as well with 2x2 Dual-Band Wi-Fi, built-in Netflix, Vudu Movies, YouTube, and more. In addition, the TVs have received the Netflix Recommended classification, ensuring an optimized streaming experience. Finally, The H7B series also uses the dbx-tv Total Technology audio suite with Total Volume for unwanted changes in loudness and Total Surround for a simulated surround experience from just two speakers.
Hisense 50-Inch H7B 4K Smart LED TV - Currently $548
Hisense 55-Inch H7B 4K Smart LED TV - Currently $780
Hisense 60-Inch H7B 4K Smart LED TV - Currently $1,399
In addition to the H7B series, Hisense also announced several new 4K Ultra HD TVs at CES back in January. The flagship 65-inch curved H10 series will feature the company's third generation ULED technology, quantum dots, high dynamic range, expanded colors, and Ultra Black full array local dimming. Meanwhile, the 55-inch curved H9 series will also feature Ultra Black full array local dimming, along with HDR processing -- which is based on the UHD Alliance HDR specs to enable HDR content through proprietary algorithms that remap luminance and color information to the capabilities of the TV. The 2016 H8 and H7 series also include HDR processing. In addition, the H8 series features multi-zone local dimming.
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