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Not bad overall but problems with 4k blu ray on our unit
on 6 January 2017
This is a lot of TV for the money and if you get a good one, then a bit of a bargain. However, the unit we had developed a fault on the HDMI input and we could not link 4K to a new Xbox One. We ended up sending the XBox back having read lots of reports about flaky performance on 4K blu ray playback as we though it was that. However, we purchased a Panasonic 4K blu ray player as a replacement and that also couldn't communicate with the TV - so back went the TV! Amazon have been great with the returns with prompt pick ups.
We decided to replace the Hisense with a 40" Samsung 4K and now all works fine. To be frank, the Samsung was only £45 more and is actually finished better. The display also looks slightly more uniform and the sound is equally as good although the overall unit is slimmer and lighter. Now that there is not too much difference price-wise between the main line brands and the Hisense, my recommendation would be to go for the main line brands. However, you'll still get a decent unit with the Hisense as long as you get one without any defects.