Mmmm, something that I'll definitely take into consideration. I see the Hisense models' HDR isn't 1000 nits as you pointed out. Maybe those Skyworth models aren't such a bad consideration. My local Kloppers also has the LG UK7500 on special right now for R10k with Nanocell technology (not that I'm going to buy it right now). So many choices, not going to be an easy decision, once I decide to pull the trigger.
Two things are needed for good HDR, brightness and a decent colour gamut. So if the panel is under 1000 nits and not a 10 bit colour panel the HDR output won't be 100% accurate.
It'll still show but it maybe be overblown and washed out. I know on my 58" I have to adjust the HDR down to mid point so I can actually watch the TV otherwise it just looks like you're starring at the sun.
With higher brightness the TV can better get that right, with a wider colour gamut it can make the colour pop more as well and bring it closer to real life.
Oh local dimming can also help as it can darken parts of the scene and not affect others. You'll notice on edge lit LEDs and cheaper local dimming that there is a white edge around lighter objects. Like playing a game and there's a spinning disc in the corner about 4cm up and along will be partially lit.
I tried Hisense's live chat via their site yesterday but had to leave a message which I'm still awaiting an answer for.
I want to buy a new TV and move my current one to the bedroom. Mainly looking at the Hisense 55" models, the 55U7A and 55A6100UW. There is quite a price diffrence between the 2 and I want to find out why.
It appears to me the main difference has to do with their panel types (ELED vs DLED)? Also, the U7A supports more than 1 billion colours (wide colour gamut?) and has a 200hz smooth motion refresh rate (which I assume is nice for things such as watching soccer and cricket where the ball is fast moving and doesn't cause lag / ghosting).
My current 42" LG also has such a feature but intoduces motion blur which is irritating so I switched it off.
I take it the U7A model will be a better buy, or will the A6100 also do the job nicely?
Between the 2, especially UHD content, the U7A is in a league of it's own. My advice is to take some UHD / UHD HDR content along when you going to store to see for yourself. Just note when playing an HDR file, your picture settings will get 3 HDR modes to choose from.
Been struggling with the Netflix issue since I bought my 50A6100UW in Nov 2018. Tried updating with the software on the Hisense Website, but that didn't work.
Then called Hisense, they sent me an Email link to a We-transfer update file. That didn't work.
PM'd Hisense SA here on MYBB, dude asked for the current ver. of Software, I sent it, and he then replied with another We-tranfser link to Software. Explained to update via the USB option (not as per the Hisense website video instructions).
That finally worked, and update installed. Thanks Hisense SA.
FYI for those with a 50A6100UW there seem to be 3 versions of updates:
I was pleasantly surprised with my 4k HDR TV. But found the speed and occasional issues with netflix & plex a problem. Ended up getting an nvidia shield to do anything smart. other than that still good value.
for the life of me I can't get the update to work, I do the plug pull, insert the USB and plug in with holding the power button on the remote. It just boots normally through the Russia 2018 logo and the hisense logo. If I go to update in settings and select USB it says there is an update and reboot now, then it just boots through the boot sequence. Im getting rather upset as I wanted to upgrade this weekend to a 65" but I have my doubts over Hisense now and may just move to Samsung.