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Hisense - 65" Class - LED - H8 Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR

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Take home viewing to the next level with this 65-inch Hisense television set. It provides 4K resolution for multiple entertainment options, including streaming, and its edge-lit local dimming ensures an improved contrast ratio. This Hisense television set also has color reproduction approaching the quality seen in movie theaters.

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    What's Included

    • Batteries
    • Hisense 65" Class - LED - H8 Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR
    • Owner's manual
    • Remote control
    • Stand

    Ratings & Reviews

    Overall Customer Rating:
    94% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (446 out of 475)


    Wide Color Gamut displays lifelike colors

    See a broader range of colors with true-to-life hues that will transform your content.

    4K UHD upscaling

    Improve your lower resolution content by upconverting it as close to 4K as possible with the built-in upscaling engine.

    64.5" screen (measured diagonally from corner to corner)

    Large enough to provide an immersive experience for everyone in the room.

    2160p resolution for breathtaking HD images

    Watch 4K movies and TV shows at 4x the resolution of Full HD, and upscale your current HD content to gorgeous. Wide Color Gamut provides the very best color viewing experience.

    Watch high dynamic range (HDR) content on your TV

    With an HDR-compatible 4K TV, you can enjoy HDR movies and TV shows, in addition to all your current content.

    Smart TV with access to streaming services for countless entertainment options

    Stream shows, movies, games and more with the TV's built-in Wi-Fi and integrated apps.

    LED TVs perform well in all lighting conditions

    They also deliver plasma-like deep blacks and rich colors.

    Advanced TV sound

    Two 15W main channel speakers.

    4 HDMI inputs for the best home theater connection

    High-speed HDMI delivers up to 2160p picture and digital surround sound in one convenient cable. HDMI cable not included.

    Enjoy the picture from multiple angles

    176° horizontal and vertical viewing angles provide a clear picture for viewers seated near the side of the screen.

    Motion Rate 120

    Enjoy high-speed action with good motion clarity.

    3 USB inputs

    Easily connect your digital camera, camcorder or other USB device.

    Web-based services and content require high-speed Internet service. Some services may require a subscription.

    Customer rating

    Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 475 reviews

    would recommend to a friend



    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Review Compared to other TVs in this Price Range

      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      My review is a 5 star because I am reviewing it compared to other TVs in this range. It is not a 5 star due to being a perfect television or near perfect. You would need to spend a couple thousand for that. First things first. The quirks. There is clouding on a completely black screen. As you power it up you can see it. However when watching movies with a nearly completely black screen it is either not noticeable at all or barely noticeable depending on the content. The built in apps stream 4k but not 4k hdr. This will require a firmware update down the road. It does however upscale well and if you play a 4k HDR video from the built in apps it still looks very impressive. The power cable may be inconveniently placed for some mounts. Its right smack in the middle of the TV. Not a problem with my style of mount however. The legs are 47" apart and are very long. It will require a rather long entertainment stand if it isn't mounted. I would suggest something 52" or larger to give a little bit of space on each side. There is slight judder present depending on content. I am sensitive to Judder and it doesn't really bother me. Most people won't see it but if you are sensitive to Judder its worth noting. Again doesn't bother me much. Now on to the pros Sound - This TV has the best built in speakers of any TV I have ever owned, it also has a lot of customization available to you to adjust the sound. 4k Picture - 10. It is crisp and clear Brightness - 10. The TV gets bright enough to cast light across my entire basement. 1080 Picture - 9. It looks really good, it can be a bit soft on certain content. 720 Picture - 9. Same as above 480 Picture - Looks just as awful as it does on any HD TV I have owned. First world problems but if I am being objective its a 9. BLU RAY - I have played a hand ful of blu ray discs, picture looks gorgeous 90% of the time it is judder free. Video Games - 8.5 - There is little to no lag. I have another TV that is well known for being nearly lag free and its very difficult for me to tell the difference. There is slightly more lag when HDR games are being played on multiplayer but worth the hit for the visuals IMO. HDR - This is something that is difficult for me to compare but again comparing this TV to others in it's price class I would give it a 10. It passes all tests on my xbox one s for HDR 10 Bit. If I compare it to my OLED Laptop its obvious that OLED HDR is the cream of the crop but its not so different that I think its "fake" hdr. Again best in its class. Take the time to adjust and calibrate this TV. The xbox one s has a menu to help you with this and get you in the right direction and it makes a huge difference. I was able to get this tv for $760 after tax. A 65" HDR 4K TV for under $800. Even if it cost me $800 I would still feel as positively about this tv comparing it to others in its class. This is not a ks8000 series or similar, it is not an OLED tv and thus unfair to compare them. I can say this, I was going to buy the ks8000 and decided to get this instead because comparing cost and value this TV was half the cost and not much of a step down across all area's that mattered to me.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      No Manufacturer support, ARC is a lie

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Well! After reading specs and buying this TV on the 18th, a 36 inch Vizio 5.1 sound bar system; I'm feeling a little buyer's remorse: Built in apps are just bad - lots of generic shovel ware. I thought by buying an a TV new inbox with a release date of about a year ago would render the TV somewhat supported by the manufacturer. I emailed support about some issues I've had about two weeks ago with no reply. I have updated the TV's firmware to what ever recent release Hisense has out there - no dice though. YouTube app constantly buffers despite super duper wireless AC 5ghz awesomeness (even with 480p content!! It stops and buffers for 5-10 minutes at a time, I've tried swapping network channels, everything! I'll even try doing an Ethernet drop from my router today so I can faithfully say I've gone the distance). My old apple tv box works flawlessly despite it's age. The TV also throws up licensing errors when trying to watch google movies purchases. No last Jedi here boys I wanted to "benchmark" my setup with this movie. I even called YouTube red / Google play movies support for help. At first they thought I was pirating the last Jedi, then it became clear that the TV's built in YouTube app is trash, and google support stated there should be a dedicated app for google movies. ARC does not work - I hate manually syncing - it never is right! No response from the manufacturer, I've tried all ports, Vizio's included cable, new hdmi cables, even a terriblely expensive monster cable to ensure I didn't flunk testing obvious things. This is a serious deal breaker. The display is absolutely fantastic! I just wish the built in apps supported hdr so I can see what I'm actually paying for. The UI works, and is easy to use. Is the remedy for my issues buying a 4k Apple TV device and a 4 port hdmi switcher? Hdmi ARC issues have eaten up a boatload of my time, CEC works but what's the point when you have to keep adjusting sync because even though the manufacturer says it supports ARC, (manual, website, box, and bestbuy advertising) there are NO designated ARC ports. So running an HDMI switcher directly into the into the sound bar, then pass it directly through hdmi on the tv is really going to be the only way to make this a sync free experience with my cable cutting life. Cause I don't think it's too much to ask for a manufacturer to support a recent product they have produced.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response


        Hi Mike! I'm sorry to hear that you're experiencing ARC/ lip sync issues with the TV! Please direct message us on Hisense USA Facebook (, email us at, or give us a call at 1-888-935-8880 so we can help you out. Hisense

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Very Good Entry 4K HDR TV ... Awesome Value!

      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Purchased Saturday; 65" 4K with HDR10 support ... I adjusted the picture to my preference using the settings for the 50" H8C from a ratings website as a starting point and after a couple of days experience with the TV I'm very happy and satisfied with my purchase. It was $100 off just a couple of days ago, so at under $850 with taxes it definitely made it even more of a value. Hisense/Opera App Store is still missing Hulu, but I'm using an Apple TV and Fire TV. Netflix and Amazon 4K content looks Good. 480, 720, and 1080 upscaling is really good IMO; the Super Bowl looked good and OTA local channels look great. No noticeable trailing or ghosting or pixelation at all during the game. I'm sitting about 8' from the screen. Overall it has satisfied my appetite for a 4K with HDR. Nearest 65" with HDR is hundreds more. Keep in mind this is not a premium TV like Vizio P Series or Samsung KS8000 or KS9000. However, if you are looking for an entry to mid level tv, no matter the brand this could very well fit the bill and may prove to be the best value of all the entry options from all brands given the HDR capabilities. It offers just enough features and picture adjustments. Also the built in speakers provide very good sound, but I am using a sound bar anyways. The DBX-TV audio features are nice as well. Overall I give it a five because it's very good with great value due to the HDR, CEC functions, remote quick app and live tv access buttons, the price, and free 4 year warranty with in home service makes it a winner! Only time will tell on how well it holds up, but hopefull I won't need to test the warranty or in-home service.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Great price, not a great TV.

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I purchased this TV as my first 4k smart TV to replace an aging 55" Samsung HD that I own. This TV had decent professional reviews, so I thought I'd give it a chance. Turns out it's just a mediocre performer, and I actually ended up returning it to buy an open-box Sony Bravia of the same size, better specs, more features, and a MUCH better picture quality and user interface for about $140 more. My biggest issue with this TV was the poor color uniformity, especially in dark or black scenes. There was pretty bad clouding or ghosting in the image, never rendering even close to a uniform black. It was a nice bright picture during lit up scenes, but the quality of the dark color rendering was really distracting otherwise. I couldn't get past it, and my girlfriend (not a videophile nor am I) was also really distracted by it, so we decided to go through the effort of re-boxing it, hauling it down to the nearest Best Buy in sub-freezing temps, and replacing it (it's also really heavy, about 20 lbs heavier than the Sony that replaced it!). If you can get past the dark color issues, it's a decent TV for the price point, though you might find a more reliable brand for about the same price with better features. Set up was easy, though slow (the OS is Opera based and is lacking features). It connected to wi-fi no problem and we were streaming rather quickly. The lack of phone connectivity means you have to register using the remote, which is a pain... The OS seemed clunky and lacking. Overall, I think this brand has promise, they're just not there yet... User interface needs improvement, picture quality needs a big improvement, but for entry-level pricing you can't be too picky. If you have the ability to scour the stores for open-box items or have the time to research similar-priced items, you may be better off with a comparably priced Samsung or LG for now.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Beautiful TV and Great Price!


      I got this TV on the Best Buy President's Day sale for only $750 ($813 with tax). I went to the store only intending to buy the 55in Hisense tv and told myself not to talk myself into buying the bigger one. But I saw the 65in box right next to the 55in box and couldn't pass it up. I'm sure this is intentional on BBs part. Needless to say it's the best impulse buy I've had in years. My only "con" so far with this tv is that I didn't plan ahead for it and had no table big enough to fit this huge TV! I have to use my coffee table in the meantime while I wait for my tv stand to arrive. For the curious, the distance between the very outer points of the legs/stands is ~48inches. So a table slightly longer than 48in will fit the TV. And YES, this TV supports the PS4 Pro's HDR capability. It even says in the description that this TV has HDR. I have both a PS4 Pro and an Xbox One S that support 4k and this TV utilitzes both consoles 4k/HDR options. Games and streaming in 4k look amazing. I never thought the upgrade from a 1080p to 4k tv was really worth it. But after watching 4k content and playing 4k capable games, I'm having a hard time using my smaller 1080p tv. I'm sure there are picture quality differences between this "cheap" 4k tv and the much pricier Sony/etc options, but for this price, it's well worth it and the difference is probably negligible. Not enough for me to spend several hundred dollars more on, anyway. TL;DR - beautiful TV at a fantastic price

      I would recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response


        Thank you for the great compliment! Welcome to the Hisense Family! Hisense

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Awesome TV for great price!

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      This TV is a Hisense 65 inch 4K model 65H8C and I purchased it to replace my older 1080p Toshiba 55 inch. I was amazed at the picture quality after watching some 4K videos on YouTube. I am also pleased with the 4 HDMI ports and 3 USB ports. I have a lot of devices hooked up and could even use 5-6 HDMI ports but 4 is my minimum. The sound is not that great but with some tweaking it is OK. I use a 5.1 surround sound system in my living room whenever I want to watch a movie but normally when I'm watching CNN or a regular TV broadcast station the sound is acceptable. The apps are acceptable but I wish it had the older VIDAA interface rather than this newer one which uses the Opera App Store rather than the Google Play Store. Available apps are not that great but it does provide the most popular ones like Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, Crackle, Vudu, and a browser which I did get to work with my Logitech mouse. So far I can not find a way to use a keyboard but I did find an app on my Android phone that works for that purpose. Trying to use the remote to move about on the on screen keyboard is just too tedious. It is pretty heavy at 66 lbs and I did wall mount it using a Cheeta mount with a 15 deg tilt. Overall I gave it 5 stars for the performance and value. For the apps and sound I would rate it more at 4 stars. The big kicker is also the 4 year parts, labor and in-home service that it comes with. I called Hisense customer service and they answered right away and were very helpful with questions I had about HDR and firmware updating. They also emailed me a PDF manual to have incase I needed it. Hisense is #1 selling brand in China and they are doing a good job. Don't hesitate to give this set a try for the money it is worth $100's more.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great for the price


      I was skeptical on purchasing this TV at first because I wasn't too familiar with its brand. After researching, I found out that Hisense is one of the world's largest TV manufacturers, just not that popular here in the USA. 2 issues I have noticed is that there seems to be a good amount of light bleed/clouding on dark scenes. Unfortunately the only real solution is to upgrade to an OLED display which cost thousands more. The second issue I notice from time to time is that background still images judder. Not sure if it's due to its 60 hertz refresh rate or not. Some may not notice, but I do. On the plus side it has tons of features and a user friendly menu. Also, the free 4 year warranty through Hisense sealed the deal. Out the box, you get a 2 year warranty. If you register the TV (which I highly recommend), during the setup process or online through their website, you get an additional 2 years. Although 1080p content looks great, for this TV to really shine, you need to have a 4K source such as an X-Box One S, PS4 Pro (for 4K gaming), or 4K Blu-ray player to play 4K Blu-ray discs. You can however stream 4K videos through it's built in YouTube app, which looks phenomenal and life like. The built-in Netflix app looks good too! Just make sure your Netflix service is updated to stream 4K/UHD content. After researching, it seems HDR10 is not yet enable. A firmware update should solve this once it becomes available....hopefully soon in order to get the full effect!!! I would definitely recommend this TV. BEST BANG FOR THE BUCK!!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Not Just A Great Buy, It's A Great TV

      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Did a lot...and I mean a lot of home work researching TV's between $749-$1000. I knew I wanted a 60-65 inch tv and I wanted it to be 4K UHD with HDR, full version or not. Picture is Amazing! It take time though like I'm sure you've read to calibrate it, I'm on day 5 of use and still tweak here and there. I strongly recommend going on YouTube if you're having issues get the proper 4K and or HDR setting to function, I primarily use and Xbox one s but will use the tv's iOS from time to time(on that note I've had zero issues with the iOS). For all the gamers...I only play Forza, Jordan Speith PGA, Madden 17 and NHL I'm not a big game guy. Mounting on the wall was easy, I've read a few things about plug locations making it difficult, I had no issues. If you do run into one I promise Best Buy will have any adaptor you need to change the angle to fit your needs, and they are not expensive. I didn't know much about the brand until i researched it, don't let that scare you. They are the 4th largest tv manufacture in the world they are just new here...remember when vizio first came out, I do...."oh no it seems to good to be true but who are they". I would recommend this to anyone and everyone! Oh yeah what's to worry about if something goes wrong down the road...4 year parts and labor warranty(2 yrs more than anyone else). Maybe this is everything you've already read before on this Hisense checks out. At least it has for me! Enjoy

      I would recommend this to a friend

      • Brand response


        Excellent choice! Looks like your research efforts finally paid off. This is the experience you deserve! Thank you for choosing Hisense! Hisense

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