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Old 01-05-22, 01:54 PM
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Hisense U6GR TV Review - A U6G with Roku TV?

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Hold off for the 2022 line.

https://www.theverge.com/2022/1/4/22...nnounced-specs

At the top of the heap of this year’s “ULED” TVs is the flagship U9H Series. It’s got Mini LED backlighting (with over 1,280 dimming zones), quantum dot HDR, a peak brightness of 2,000 nits, support for 4K gaming at 120Hz, FreeSync variable refresh rate, and an upgraded processor for improved responsiveness.

Under that comes the U8H, the latest in the well-reviewed U8 series, and the one Hisense is positioning as its “best all-around TV.” The peak HDR brightness drops some to 1,500 nits, but you’re still getting the revamped Mini LED backlighting, all the expected gaming features, and a wide net of supported video modes that includes Dolby Vision IQ, HDR10+, IMAX Enhanced, FilmMaker Mode, and others. Also new for 2022 is a larger 75-inch size for the U8H Series.
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Hisense U6GR TV Review - A U6G with Roku TV?
https://youtu.be/uXJRbNrLO5U

Best Buy has dropped the price back down to $499.99.
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hisense...?skuId=6485674
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Great price!
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Shows $599 for me. Why?
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Originally Posted by zyzzle
Shows $599 for me. Why?
Same here. Either it was a very short sale or mistakenly priced. Who knows why and, probably, never will find out.
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When kahuna posted it, it was $499.99. Looks like that price was short-lived.
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Same here. Either it was a very short sale or mistakenly priced. Who knows why and, probably, never will find out.
This TV has dropped to $499.99 three times now and each time it's only for 24 hours.
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Costco has the Hisense 55" Class - U6GR5 Series - 4K ULED LCD TV for $399.99.
https://www.costco.com/hisense-55%22...100811412.html
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Originally Posted by kahuna
This TV has dropped to $499.99 three times now and each time it's only for 24 hours.
That seems bizarre to me.
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Originally Posted by TomOpus
That seems bizarre to me.
Best Buy has flash deals and daily deals all the time.
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Best Buy has flash deals and daily deals all the time.
Your right. The first time it dropped in price on BB was Cyber Monday 2021. Which was only for 24hrs.
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Originally Posted by kahuna
Your right. The first time it dropped in price on BB was Cyber Monday 2021. Which was only for 24hrs.
I actually still check out the Best Buy deals of the day each morning. I haven't done that with Amazon regularly in 10 years.
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This TV has dropped to $499.99 three times now and each time it's only for 24 hours.
For $499, the 65" Hisense U6G would be a great deal. The U6GR (R for Roku) is a different set and an inferior one, according to reviews I've read and postings on AVSForum,

Has the regular U6G (= Android version) ever been as low as $499 before in 65"? I'm thinking it might go that low or lower as we approach Feb, the Superbowl rush and return, and the unloading of old 2021 stock as the new 2022 Hisense models are released. All indications are that they will be better than the 21 models (many thousands of "dimming zones"), but much more expensive. So, if you're not too picky, $499 for a 'decent' 65" set might be worth looking into.
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For $499, the 65" Hisense U6G would be a great deal. The U6GR (R for Roku) is a different set and an inferior one, according to reviews I've read and postings on AVSForum,

Has the regular U6G (= Android version) ever been as low as $499 before in 65"? I'm thinking it might go that low or lower as we approach Feb, the Superbowl rush and return, and the unloading of old 2021 stock as the new 2022 Hisense models are released. All indications are that they will be better than the 21 models (many thousands of "dimming zones"), but much more expensive. So, if you're not too picky, $499 for a 'decent' 65" set might be worth looking into.
The lowest I seen the Hisense 65U6G was $549.99 at BB back on 12/10/21.
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Yesterday Amazon & Walmart had the Hisense 65U7G on sale for $599.99. Would of brought the TV. But Walmart was OOS. Amazon had it in stock but does not ship any TV to HI. that's over 55 inches.
I would of had Best Buy price match Amazon but they were also OOS. Amazon sucks big time.
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The 65U7G seemed like a super-deal for only $599 (which I missed), but I'm not sure it's enough of an advantage over the 67u6g to be worth even $100 extra. It's back up to $846 now, while the u6g is still at $599. I'd probably purchase the u6g if if ever drops to $499 vs the u7p at $599.
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Originally Posted by zyzzle
The 65U7G seemed like a super-deal for only $599 (which I missed), but I'm not sure it's enough of an advantage over the 67u6g to be worth even $100 extra. It's back up to $846 now, while the u6g is still at $599. I'd probably purchase the u6g if if ever drops to $499 vs the u7p at $599.
The cheapest I have seen the 65" U6G is $550. Best Buy has the 75" U6G for $800 now but it's a IPS panel. The way things are going now I may just wait for 2022 TVs to be released.
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Best Buy has the new Hisense - 55" Class U8H Series Quantum ULED 4K UHD Smart Google TV for $699.99.
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hisense...?skuId=6511973
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Hisense 65U8G Quantum 4K ULED Android TV $649.77 after Price Matching with BrandsMartUSA. This is the cheapest it's been since 2022 Prime Day sale ($799.99).
https://slickdeals.net/f/15990031-hi...-tv-649-77?v=1
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Rtings gave it a really review and it's $949 on Amazon. If I was looking for a 65, would jump on it.

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