Discussion in 'Audio Visual' started by Will S, Oct 25, 2019.
This is the way.
They make for a brilliant live wallpaper IRL.
I didn't get the firmware update for that
Netflix had a 4k fireplace you can watch!
Sadly "Slow TV" dropped off Netflix. That stuff was brilliant to stream all day long while I worked.
4 hours of knitting. 4 hours of salmon fishing. Or my favourite, GoPro strapped to the top of a train as it drives around central Europe.
my hisense has been great though I've got a single, stuck red pixel.
It may have changed but for my 2017 model with WiFi and Ethernet connections you select update firmware via TV connected to internet and always said you had latest but contacting hisense got you newer ones. Plenty on it here amongst all the other issues/complaints.
Pretty sure they stopped firmware updates by 2018 too. Must be newer ones that do OTA updates like they should have been doing in 2017.
Not sure if I got unlucky but the grey uniformity/DSE was horrendous too. Some say they had Samsung panels, made me wonder if they were rejected B grade.
IMO any brand that advertises "Samsung panels" under their own brand is definitely using older or lower grade panels, yes.
Actually the one annoying thing Hisense doesn't have on the RG55 is the ability to wake up on particular days, it only has 'daily', 'once, or 'off' IIRC. I use the TV as another alarm, so have to keep turning the thing off for the weekends. Would be good if you could just check box the days you wanted.
I don't think that'll help me unfortunately. This is the policy from Hisense:
"defective pixels in the Television where the visible number of those defective pixels is less than or equal to the acceptable number of defective pixels stated in the manufacturer’s specifications (or where there are no such specifications relating to defective pixels for the Television, there are less than 12 defective pixels), it being acknowledged that a normal limitation of the technology for LCD and plasma panels (and the associated manufacturing processes) is for the screen to exhibit some bright, dark or partially lit pixels;"
I wonder if the pixel could be turned off
I have never heard of any case where that was possible.
Give this a try... have to run it for hours though;
That's the thing... I don't think they can just pop that in their policy and assume it overrides ACL.