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Review of 65-inch 4K TV Hyundai H-LED65BU7006 on Android TV 11 OS

15.11.2023 12:52

Specifications, delivery set and price

Screen
Screen typeLCD panel *VA with Direct LED backlight
Diagonal65 inches (165 cm)
Permission3840x2160 pixels (16:9)
Brightness350 cd/m²
Contrast6000:1
Viewing Angles178° (horizontal) and 178° (vertical)
Interfaces
  • antenna input, analog and digital (DVB-T/T2, DVB-C) TV tuners ( 75 Ohm , coaxial — IEC75)
  • antenna input, satellite (DVB-S, DVB-S2) tuner (13/18 V , 0.4 A , 75 Ohm , coaxial — F-type)
  • connector for CI/CI+ access card (PCMCIA)
  • digital inputs HDMI, video and audio, ARC (HDMI 1 only), up to 3840x2160/60 Hz, 4 pcs.
  • composite video input and stereo audio input for it (3×RCA)
  • headphone output ( 3.5 mm stereo minijack jack )
  • digital optical audio output (Toslink)
  • USB 2.0, connection of external devices, (type A socket, 5 V/500 mA ), 2 pcs.
  • wired Ethernet network 10/100 Mbit/s (RJ-45)
  • Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, 2.4 and 5 GHz
  • Bluetooth (remote control, audio output, HID)
Other characteristics
Acoustic systemstereophonic, 2 loudspeakers 2×10 W
Peculiarities
  • Android TV operating system (Android 11)
  • High dynamic range support (HDR10 and HLG)
  • electronic program guide (EPG)
  • Google voice assistant
  • multimedia functions: playback of audio, video and graphic files, etc.
  • game mode and ALLM support
  • Chromecast support
  • Hybrid (IR and Bluetooth) remote control
  • frameless design
  • VESA mounting holes 300x300mm
  • 1 year warranty, service life* 5 years
Dimensions (W×H×D)1446×892×301 mm with legs
1446×831×79 mm without legs
Weight19.1 kg with legs
18.8 kg without legs
Power consumption154 W in operating mode, 0.5 W in standby mode
Supply voltage220—240 V, 50/60 Hz
Delivery set (need to check before purchasing!)
  • TV
  • stand kit (2 legs, 2 screws)
  • remote control and two AAA batteries
  • user guide
  • warranty card0
Link to manufacturer's websiteHyundai H-LED65BU7006

* Contrary to popular belief, this is not the time limit after which the device will necessarily break down. However, after this period, the manufacturer ceases to bear any responsibility for its performance and has the right to refuse to repair it, even for a fee.

Appearance

The design is strict, there are no decorative elements. The screen is visually frameless; it looks like a monolithic surface, limited at the bottom by a narrow bar, and at the top and sides by a narrow border.

The design is strict, there are no decorative elements. The screen is visually frameless; it looks like a monolithic surface, limited at the bottom by a narrow bar, and at the top and sides by a narrow border.

The bottom bar is made of aluminum alloy, its matte surface is anodized and painted black. In fact, the bar is a corner that partially covers the bottom end. Having displayed the image on the screen, you can see that in fact there are narrow margins between the outer borders of the screen and the display area itself (from the display area to the outer borders of the screen at the top and sides of 9 mm, and at the bottom — 19 mm).

The bottom bar is made of aluminum alloy, its matte surface is anodized and painted black. In fact, the bar is a corner that partially covers the bottom end. Having displayed the image on the screen, you can see that in fact there are narrow margins between the outer borders of the screen and the display area itself (from the display area to the outer borders of the screen at the top and sides of 9 mm, and at the bottom — 19 mm).

The outer surface of the matrix itself is glossy, but a plastic film is glued to it, with a slightly uneven and slightly matte surface. This film has mild anti-reflective properties, which reduces the brightness of reflected objects. The screen surface looks black and feels hard to the touch. In the center of the bar at the bottom there is a logo in the form of letters engraved (apparently with a laser) down to bare aluminum.

The outer surface of the matrix itself is glossy, but a plastic film is glued to it, with a slightly uneven and slightly matte surface. This film has mild anti-reflective properties, which reduces the brightness of reflected objects. The screen surface looks black and feels hard to the touch. In the center of the bar at the bottom there is a logo in the form of letters engraved (apparently with a laser) down to bare aluminum.

The TV looks neat from the back.The rear panel at the top is made of thin sheet steel and has a durable matte black finish. From the top and sides, the panel extends to the ends and forms the edge of the screen. The casing protruding back at the bottom and extending to the bottom end is made of black plastic with a matte surface. Interface connectors are located in two niches. The connectors that point downwards are in an open niche, and those that point sideways are in a closed niche, which makes connecting to them difficult. As a result, it is very inconvenient to connect cables to all connectors.

The TV looks neat from the back.

The rear panel at the top is made of thin sheet steel and has a durable matte black finish. From the top and sides, the panel extends to the ends and forms the edge of the screen. The casing protruding back at the bottom and extending to the bottom end is made of black plastic with a matte surface. Interface connectors are located in two niches. The connectors that point downwards are in an open niche, and those that point sideways are in a closed niche, which makes connecting to them difficult. As a result, it is very inconvenient to connect cables to all connectors.

At the bottom end in the center there is a light guide plate made of transparent plastic that covers the IR receiver of the remote control and the status indicator.In standby mode, the indicator glows red relatively dimly, but in working mode it does not glow. Behind the overlay there is a single button, with which you can apparently only turn on the TV and put it into standby mode (short press) or deep sleep mode (long press).

At the bottom end in the center there is a light guide plate made of transparent plastic that covers the IR receiver of the remote control and the status indicator.

In standby mode, the indicator glows red relatively dimly, but in working mode it does not glow. Behind the overlay there is a single button, with which you can apparently only turn on the TV and put it into standby mode (short press) or deep sleep mode (long press).

The standard stand consists of two legs cast from aluminum alloy with a tick, which are attached with screws to the bottom end. The surface of the legs has a durable black glossy finish.

The standard stand consists of two legs cast from aluminum alloy with a tick, which are attached with screws to the bottom end. The surface of the legs has a durable black glossy finish.

The legs rest on anti-slip pads made of elastic plastic. The distance between the extreme points of the legs is 130.5 cm. The rigidity of the structure corresponds to the weight of the TV. The TV stands stable, without any visible tilt.

The legs rest on anti-slip pads made of elastic plastic. The distance between the extreme points of the legs is 130.5 cm. The rigidity of the structure corresponds to the weight of the TV. The TV stands stable, without any visible tilt.

There are ventilation grilles on the plastic casing at the top, back and bottom.

There are ventilation grilles on the plastic casing at the top, back and bottom.

Behind the two grilles at the bottom end you can see loudspeakers with elongated diffusers.

Behind the two grilles at the bottom end you can see loudspeakers with elongated diffusers.

The TV and everything for it are packed in a discreetly decorated box made of corrugated cardboard. For carrying, the box has side slotted handles.

The TV and everything for it are packed in a discreetly decorated box made of corrugated cardboard. For carrying, the box has side slotted handles.

Switching

The power cable is non-detachable, its length is 1.8 m.

The table with characteristics at the beginning of the article gives an idea of ​​the communication capabilities of the TV. All connectors are full-size and placed more or less freely.

There is support for HDMI control — HDMI CEC function.

It works, for example, with the Ultra HD Blu-ray player Sony UBP-X700 — clicks on the cursor buttons, select and cancel buttons, and playback control buttons are transmitted. Also, a player connected via HDMI turns off when you turn off the TV, turns on when you turn on the TV or select the appropriate input, and vice versa — the TV turns on when you turn on the player.

You can connect external speakers or headphones to the TV via Bluetooth, and you can also connect a mouse and keyboard.

Remote control and other control methods

The remote control is full-size (211x44x19 mm), but relatively lightweight (90 g with included batteries).

The remote control is full-size (211x44x19 mm), but relatively lightweight (90 g with included batteries).

The remote control body is made of black plastic with a matte surface. The buttons are mostly made of a rubber-like material, with only the center [OK] button being made of hard plastic with a silver finish. The button labels are contrasting, the main buttons are quite large, as are the inscriptions on them. However, the row of auxiliary buttons at the back is already very small, as are their designations. There are a lot of buttons themselves, but, as practice shows, it is more convenient to use such remote controls than laconic ones with a couple of buttons. Unfortunately, the remote has buttons to quickly launch a number of applications, which essentially just take up space and sometimes waste the user's time due to accidentally launching (or trying to launch in the case of Netflix) the program. The remote control is hybrid, it can work both via IR and Bluetooth. The IR remote control works before pairing with the TV or when the TV is in light or deep sleep. In all other cases, the IR transmitter does not work and commands are transmitted via Bluetooth. There is a microphone hole on the front of the remote control next to the indicator. Google's voice assistant is launched by pressing the button with colorful circles (you don't need to hold it to enter a voice command, and when the microphone is on, the red light on the remote control is on), it can also be launched from the home page or by pressing the multimedia search button on the keyboard. This assistant will help you find content provided by a number of programs and answer some questions (shows and speaks the answer), for example, what is the weather outside the window now.

A number of programs support voice text input. There is also basic integration with the TV itself, for example, with your voice you can change the volume, turn the sound off/on, open a menu with settings, select the desired input and launch a program by its name. You can also display the TV program guide and switch to a TV channel by its name. Words and phrases not recognized as commands are searched, and the search results will offer entertainment content, including from YouTube, and sometimes open an app page in the Google Play store with a name matching the search phrase.

The remote control does not have coordinate input functions, such as a gyroscopic mouse. The limited capabilities of the remote control in the case of such a “smart” TV can be compensated by connecting a real keyboard and mouse to the TV. These input devices (like drives) work over USB even through a USB hub, freeing up scarce USB ports for other tasks. Scrolling with a wheel is supported. The delay in moving the mouse cursor relative to the movement of the mouse itself is small. For a connected keyboard, by default the layout cannot be switched using a hot key combination, but you can install and configure a third-party application to quickly change layouts. Some shortcut keys from the main and additional set are supported (for example, back/cancel, go to the main page, call up contextual settings, adjust volume, turn on/off audio, stop/pause/play, next/previous track or file, screen capture). It is inconvenient that to cancel/exit you need to press the special navigation key [back], and not [Esc]. Not every keyboard or mouse with multimedia keys has such a button. It should be noted that, in general, the standard interface of the TV itself is well optimized for using only the included remote control, so connecting a keyboard and mouse, in general, is not necessary, but you may have to for comfortable work in the browser and other third-party programs.

You can control this TV from a mobile device using one of the applications that simulate a remote control for TVs running Android TV.

The software platform for this TV is the Android TV operating system, based on Android version 11. The hardware configuration is explained by data from the CPU-Z program:

The TV is switched to shallow sleep mode by briefly pressing the power button. The TV turns on almost instantly — in two or three seconds. A power outage or a long press on the power button puts the TV into deep sleep mode. When turned on from this state, the system restarts again, and this already takes much longer, about 50 seconds.

The redesigned Home screen on Android TV features multiple horizontal ribbons with tiles of your favorite installed apps, featured content, and recommended content from a variety of apps, including by channel. Labels on the left above the feeds explain what the contents of the feeds refer to. At the top of the page there are icons-buttons for voice and text input of the search bar, screen content switches — ribbons with application/content tiles or tiles of installed programs, — icons for displaying system messages, selecting inputs, indicating a network connection and direct access to network settings, as well as access to all settings and clocks.

Home page settings allow the user to change something on it.

There are a lot of settings, and in particular image settings. They are available, for example, from the settings menu called up from the home page.

Settings can also be conveniently accessed from the context menu with tiles, which can be displayed on the screen when viewing TV channels or external video sources.

Also, a menu with image and sound settings is available in any program. The settings menu takes up most of the screen, which in some cases makes it difficult to assess the changes being made to the image.

Image settings are saved for all applications at once and for each of the external inputs, including the TV tuner, separately, plus settings for the HDR signal. The interface has been translated into Russian, the translation quality is acceptable. Let us note that, in general, we had no particular complaints about the stability of operation or the responsiveness of the shell.

Formally, for Android TV, the selection of applications in the Google Play store is very limited.

Of course, the ability to install third-party applications from APK files is a useful and common way to expand the functionality of the device. Built-in applications are often limited in functionality, so installing and using user-preferred third-party programs, as you described, provides more options.

The Wi-Fi adapter built into the TV allows you to transfer image and sound to the projector using Chromecast technology, which opens up additional opportunities for displaying content from a mobile device on the big screen. You can also use CastPlay to stream or play content from your mobile device to your TV.

During testing of multimedia content playback, various types of files from external USB drives were tested. There is also support for UPnP (DLNA) servers and SMB servers, which expands the sources of available multimedia content.

However, it is worth considering the limitations associated with the file system of USB drives, which only supports FAT32. This may limit the use of large drives and files larger than 4 GB. To get around the limitations of the FAT32 file system, you can use programs like Rufus to format large drives.

Some third-party applications and operating systems may limit static image output to 1920x1080 resolution, but video playback at true 3840x2160 resolution is possible through hardware decoding, allowing you to enjoy high-quality content.

“However, when playing video files with a resolution of 3840x2160, 60 fps and HDR, the TV has difficulty outputting video without dropping frames.

We confirmed the ability of the TV's built-in player to play raster graphics files in JPEG, GIF, PNG and BMP formats, including slide shows for selected audio files. The brightness of images when displayed on the screen remains high and corresponds to 4K resolution, but color clarity is slightly reduced.

When testing video playback using the MX Player, we found that hardware decoding of audio tracks in AAC, AC3, DTS, MP2, MP3, OGG, WMA and PCM formats is supported. Most modern high-resolution file formats were successfully played back in hardware decoding mode, including H.265 4K resolution at 60 fps. However, it's worth noting that 50/60 fps files sometimes caused frame drops, regardless of resolution and bitrate. It also supports playback of HDR video files (HDR10 and HLG) in MP4, TS, WebM and MKV containers with AV1, VP9 and H.265 codecs. Wider gradations were observed with 10-bit per color files compared to 8-bit files.

Sometimes there were video files that the TV had difficulties with. For example, VCD MPEG1, DivX 3 files in AVI container, DivX 5 (MPEG4 ASP) in AVI, DIVX, MKV and OGM containers, as well as WMV files were not played in hardware decoding mode, but playback was possible in software decoding mode or in Hardware+. Also, MPEG2 SVCD/KVCD files did not scale to the nearest edges of the screen, but MPEG2 MP@HL at 720p/1080p played back fine.

We conducted tests to determine the uniformity of frame alternation in videos, and found that when playing video files, the TV automatically adjusts the screen refresh rate to the frame rate of the video, but only by 50 or 60 Hz. This results in 2:3 frame interleaving in 24fps files. In the standard range for video (16-235), all shade gradations are displayed with the Brightness = 50 and Contrast = 50 parameters set. The maximum bitrate of video files that did not cause playback artifacts from USB drives was 200 Mbit/s (H.264, http ://jell.yfish.us/), over a wired Ethernet network — 90 Mbit/s, and over Wi-Fi — 250 Mbit/s. In the last two cases, the media server of the Asus RT-AC68U router was used."

Sound

The volume of the built-in speaker system for a living room corresponding to the size of a given screen diagonal is sufficient, but there is no reserve at all. The stereo effect is well expressed. There are high and medium frequencies, but few lows. There are clearly parasitic cabinet resonances, but even at maximum volume there is no significant distortion of high-level signals. In general, for the class of acoustics built into a TV, its quality is acceptable. Let's compare the frequency response of this TV with the frequency response of two high-class TVs (obtained using a sound level meter when playing an audio file with pink noise, SPL interval in 1/3 octaves):

It can be seen that this TV does not have the lowest frequencies, the highest ones are also not enough, and in the middle of the slightly protruding range there are resonant peaks and dips. The volume is relatively high (80 dBA pink noise at 2 m).

When you connect headphones to the analog audio output, the built-in speakers are disabled and the volume is adjusted separately. The volume reserve when using 32 Ohm headphones with a sensitivity of 92 dB is huge, there is no noise in pauses, the lowest frequencies are clearly not enough, the stereo effect is clearly expressed, the sound is harsh, the overall sound quality is average.

Working with video sources

Cinema modes were tested with the Sony UBP-X700 Ultra HD Blu-ray player using an HDMI connection. The TV supports 480i/p, 576i/p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p at 50/60 Hz, as well as 1080p and 4K at 24 Hz (supported modes when connected to a PC will be described below). When a frame rate signal is supplied, the TV adjusts the screen refresh rate to 50 or 60 Hz. For example, in 1080p and 4K mode at 24 fps, frames are output with an alternating duration of 2:3. Colors are correct, image brightness is high, and color clarity is a little below par. In the standard range for video (16-235) all shades are displayed (with the Brightness = 50 and Contrast = 50 parameters set). Overscan is disabled.

Conversion of interlaced video signals to progressive images occurs flawlessly in most cases, including complex half-frame sequences. When scaling images from low resolutions and interlaced signals, even in dynamic scenes, some smoothing of object boundaries occurs. The video noise reduction function also works effectively, without leading to serious artifacts in dynamic images.

By connecting the TV to the computer via HDMI, we received an image output with a resolution of 3840 by 2160 pixels with a frame rate of up to 60 Hz. Adjustment of the screen refresh rate continues at 50 or 60 Hz, resulting in a 24 fps signal outputting frames with a 2:3 duration alternation. Scaling to the resolution of the TV matrix, if required, occurs with high quality, maintaining the contrast of thin lines. With a 4K signal with native color clarity (output in RGB mode or component signal with 4:4:4 color encoding), the image on the TV screen maintains high color clarity when PC mode is turned on.

Under Windows 10, HDR output to this TV is possible through the display settings. At 4K and 60Hz resolution, output is 8 bits per color using dynamic color mixing, apparently at the graphics card level. At 4K and 30Hz and below, up to 12-bit per color is supported (10-bit output is provided by the TV itself). The test gradient (in the DisplayHDR test tool) indicated a 10-bit output (using dynamic color mixing at the video card level (excellent result) or TV (slightly worse result, more gradients in dark areas)). Maximum brightness in HDR mode is the same as in SDR mode, but the color gamut is limited (see below), making HDR support nominal.

TV tuner

This model is equipped with a tuner that receives analog and digital signals from broadcast and cable broadcasts. The quality of reception of digital channels on a decimeter antenna mounted on the wall of the building (almost direct visibility in the direction of the TV tower in Butovo, located 14 km away) was at a high level.

We managed to find TV channels in all three multiplexes (30 in total and 3 radio channels).

There are four lists of favorite programs. There is good support for the electronic program guide — you can see what is on or will be on the current and other channels, program viewing or recording of a program or series, etc.

There are four lists of favorite programs. There is good support for the electronic program guide — you can see what is on or will be on the current and other channels, program viewing or recording of a program or series, etc.

There is also a function for recording digital TV channels according to a schedule, by command and in Time shift mode. It is noteworthy that for recording functions you can use a USB drive with the FAT32 file system without the need for special preparation or formatting.

Microphotographs of the matrix

The identified screen characteristics suggest that this TV has a *VA type matrix installed. Microphotographs do not contradict this (the black dots are dust on the camera sensor):

The three-color subpixels (red, green, and blue) are divided into two differently sized and independently controlled regions, each of which is divided into four regions with domains in different orientations. Such a complex device, in principle, is capable of providing a wide dynamic range in terms of the number of shades, since with increasing brightness the areas are switched on sequentially, and good viewing angles, which is facilitated by variation in the orientation of the LCD in the domains (photos with high magnification):

White
Dark grey
Dark dark gray
Grey

Focusing on the surface of the screen revealed chaotically located microdefects of the surface, which are responsible for the matte properties:

The grain of these defects is several times smaller than the size of subpixels, so focusing on microdefects and the “jumping” of focus across subpixels when changing the viewing angle are weakly expressed, because of this there is no “crystalline” effect.

Brightness and power consumption measurements

Brightness measurements were taken at 25 screen points located in increments of 1/6 of the screen width and height (screen borders not included). Contrast was calculated as the ratio of the brightness of the white and black fields at the measured points.

ParameterAverageDeviation from the average
min., %max., %
Black field brightness0.088 cd/m²−1228
White field brightness320 cd/m²−7.07.9
Contrast3700:1−2215

Hardware measurements showed that the contrast for this type of matrix is ​​typical. If you step back from the edges, the uniformity of white brightness over the screen area is good, but the uniformity of black, and as a result of contrast, is noticeably worse. On a black field you can see a slight variation in illumination over the screen area:

Determining response time and output latency

The response time for the black-white-black transition is 24 ms (18 ms on + 6 ms off). Transitions between semitones occur on average in 22 ms in total. The Matrix is not slow. There is a very weak “overclocking” of the matrix, which does not lead to visible artifacts — there are barely detectable emissions at the on and off fronts in the case of some transitions. In general, from our point of view, this matrix speed is quite enough for playing not very dynamic games.

We determined the total output delay from switching video buffer pages to the start of displaying the image on the screen. As a result, when PC and gaming modes were turned on and when connected via HDMI, the image output delay in the case of a signal of 3840x2160 and 60 Hz was about 39 ms. This delay is practically not felt when using the TV as a monitor for working on a PC, but for dynamic games it is too high.

Color rendering quality assessment

To assess the nature of the increase in brightness on the gray scale, we measured the brightness of 17 shades of gray at different values of the Gamma parameter. The graph below shows the obtained gamma curves (the values of the approximating function indicators are given in parentheses in the captions, and the coefficient of determination is also there):

The actual gamma curve is closer to the standard one in the case of the Medium option, so we next measured the brightness of 256 shades of gray (from 0, 0, 0 to 255, 255, 255) at this value. The graph below shows the increase (not absolute value!) in brightness between adjacent halftones:

The increase in brightness is very uniform, and each subsequent shade is significantly brighter than the previous one, even in the darkest area:

The resulting gamma curve was fitted with a value of 2.26, which is slightly higher than the standard value of 2.2. In this case, the real gamma curve deviates little from the approximating power function:

To assess the quality of color rendering, we used the i1Pro 2 spectrophotometer and the Argyll CMS software package (1.5.0).

Color gamut is close to sRGB:

Colors on the screen are naturally saturated, as most images are intended to be viewed on devices with sRGB gamut. Below is the spectrum for the white field (white line), superimposed on the spectra of the red, green and blue fields (lines of the corresponding colors):

This spectrum, with a relatively narrow blue peak and wide humps of green and red, is typical for LCD matrices that use white LED backlighting with a blue emitter and a yellow phosphor.

The graphs below show the color temperature at various parts of the gray scale and the deviation from the blackbody spectrum (ΔE parameter) for the User profile in the Color temperature list without correction and after manual correction (gain settings for red, green and blue colors — 0/−26/ −53):

The range closest to black can be ignored, since color rendering in it is not so important, and the error in measuring color characteristics is high. After manual correction, the color temperature is already close to the standard 6500 K, and ΔE is below 3 units, which is considered a good indicator even for a professional device. Moreover, both parameters vary moderately from hue to hue on a significant part of the gray scale, which has a positive effect on the visual assessment of color balance. However, from a practical point of view, there is no particular point in doing correction, since the maximum brightness (and, of course, contrast) decreases after correction. It is quite possible to leave the default option.

Measuring viewing angles

Measuring viewing angles

To find out how screen brightness changes when deviated from perpendicular to the screen, we took a series of measurements of black, white and grayscale brightness at the center of the screen over a wide range of angles, deflecting the sensor axis in the vertical, horizontal and diagonal directions.

Reducing brightness by 50% of maximum value:

DirectionAngle, degrees
Vertical26
Horizontal29
Diagonal28

In terms of brightness reduction rate, viewing angles are not wide. At the same time, in a significant range of measured angles, the graphs of the brightness of the halftones do not intersect (that is, there is no inversion of the brightness of the shades). The brightness of the black field increases when deviating from perpendicular to the screen, but only to about 0.13% of the maximum brightness of the white field and only with a large deviation. This is a very good result. The contrast in the ±82° angle range for two directions is significantly greater than 10:1. For the diagonal direction, the contrast decreases faster when deviated, but still does not fall beyond this mark.

To quantify the change in color rendering, we performed colorimetric measurements for white, gray (127, 127, 127), red, green and blue, as well as light red, light green and light blue fields in the full screen using a setup similar to that, which was used in the previous test. Measurements were carried out in the angle range from 0° (the sensor is directed perpendicular to the screen) to 80° in steps of 5°. The obtained intensity values ​​were recalculated into deviation ΔE relative to the measurement of each field at a perpendicular position of the sensor relative to the screen. The results are presented below:

You can choose a deviation of 45° as a reference point. The criterion for maintaining the correctness of colors can be considered a value of ΔE less than 3. From the graphs it follows that when viewed from an angle, at least the primary colors change slightly, but the halftones change significantly, which is expected for a VA* type matrix and is its main disadvantage.

Conclusions

The Hyundai H-LED65BU7006 TV has a strict, neat design with a visually frameless screen that does not distract the viewer from what is happening on the screen. The TV runs under the Android TV system, so the user can install almost any third-party software that best suits his needs and personal preferences. The TV can be recommended for watching television programs, movies and series, as well as for not very dynamic games. Separately, we note the possibility of using this TV as a huge monitor when working on a PC, since there is no reduction in brightness and color clarity, as well as visible flickering, but you need to take into account a fairly high minimum brightness.

Advantages :

  • Neat frameless design
  • Good color balance (after simple correction)
  • Supports HDR signal and HDR content
  • Chromecast support
  • Good quality of reception of digital terrestrial TV programs
  • Ability to record digital TV programs and pause mode
  • The remote control works via Bluetooth and IR
  • Voice assistant: search and limited TV control

Disadvantages :

  • Only FAT32 support in case of external USB drives
  • Variation of frame duration in case of signal or files with 24 fps
  • Minimum brightness is high ( 132 cd/m² )

In conclusion, we suggest watching our video review of the Hyundai H-LED65BU7006 TV: