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Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 21 reviews

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Can’t recommend this TV enough!

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    Posted . Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    Watched Avatar on Disney+ and the U6N really brings out the highlights and detail that this movie demands. Brightness and contrast pop. Watching fights, YouTube and live tv via antenna, the Hisense u6n makes the content look better and upscales it like a campion handles fast moving images well and love the remote. Can’t recommend me this tv enough,

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Beautiful Tv Screen

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    Posted . Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    I am delighted with my new Tv, it has a beautiful high definition imagen, it looks real, to improve the sound you have to add a Tv soundbar, I recommend it...

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Sound not greatest

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    As far as the viewing quality I’m very impressed I went from a Samsung that gave out to this. I just don’t like the sound. Good thing I have it hooked up to a Bose sound bar.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Higher-end viewing at entry-level pricing...

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    The Hisense 75 inch U6 Smart Google TV is a great value proposition for anyone looking to up their screen size game at a reasonable cost, while not making huge sacrifices on presentation, picture or performance across a pretty decent variety of situations. This screen definitely falls in the ‘bang for your buck’ category, while it doesn’t blow you away in any particular manner or segment of design, it provides a pretty vibrant and consistent viewing experience as an expectation with what you are spending. I was moving on from an five-year-old 60 inch flatscreen in my basement, wall mounted at a distance of about 10 feet from couch to screen, and the jump in size within that spatial environment was a perfect upgrade. The screen is big, but if you aren’t in a room where you are sitting basically on top of it, the presentation is really nice. Out of the box, I didn’t find that any of the build compromises made to achieve the quality at the price point to be disappointing. It is a pretty solid unit, the black plastic enclosure being fairly sturdy, with an almost bezel-less design around most of the perimeter except the bottom, which houses the various sensor arrays and a microphone on/off switch. The TV doesn’t have a particularly deep chassis, which is a pleasant surprise for a screen so large. I wall mounted the TV as opposed to using the legs and setting it on a console, reusing an existing full motion kit that was already installed, the unit sat great and fit the wall beautifully. It sits off the wall about 6 inches from the front edge of the screen. I know, I should change it to a low-profile tilt-mount to reduce the depth a bit, but between kids jockeying one gaming system or another in and out, it is easier to be able to swing out the screen and do the cabling. Installation was relatively simple as the TV has a standard VESA bolt pattern on the back to affix any compatible mount kit. At about 60 pounds, most any kit in the 50 to 80 inch range can support the unit with ease, and I was able to get this one up myself (not recommended – it is a little unwieldly if you don’t have a large wingspan). Connectivity – the versatility of the TV provided by the Android IOS was a large part of what allows the unit to shine for us. We as a family have cut the cable cord, so we are all-streaming, all the time. Living off of various apps like Fubo, Netflix and Amazon Prime among other streaming apps, having a pretty robust app store is a huge plus. The interface is attractive and really easy to navigate, and the Google Store ecosystem is packed with a variety of apps and games to fill whatever need we have. My wife is a runner, and has a nice treadmill with a small screen and an app called iFit that provides live or on-demand workouts, which is in the Google store. Now she can run watching on a 75 inch screen instead of the 7 inch one on the treadmill. While the TV does have WiFi capabilities which work well (we tested wireless with zero noticeable lag), I utilized the CAT ethernet connection on the back to integrate the TV into my home network. Having the hard connection is great, and you can navigate in and around the IOS and store with speed and ease. Setting the TV up using my Google credentials gave direct access to my personal Youtube channel, and the Chrome casting and Apple Airplay capabilities are awesome. My daughter does all of her school work (and spends her downtime browsing) using her Chromebook, now she casts her homework or presentation work to the big screen when it benefits her, or play some games with friends in the basement on the browser while running some music on Spotify in the background. I tend to watch the TV myself primarily in the evening, be it sports or some of the Marvel Universe. The new screen technology is a game-changer of an upgrade over what we had before. The min-LED technology increases the LED backlighting from dozens to thousands, which provides more precise control over brightness, with bright whites and deep true blacks. The absolute crispness of the picture is outstanding, with a whole new level of color gamut than I was used to. Hisense notes that the Quantum Dot technology brings over a billion colors into play, we ran a family movie and restreamed the 4K version of The Lost City with Dolby Vision and it was like my private IMAX theater. There are numerous settings to manipulate the contrast, clarity and color, along with the normal array of screen presets, I find leaving it on Standard to be pretty rewarding for most media types- but there are options for those that like cooler/crisper color profiles. Again, for the price, I wasn’t expecting a super high level of calibration control but there is a pretty decent amount of calibration available here. I personally find that keeping ambient room lighting low by the screen greatly helps in getting the most mileage out of the color vibrancy and the depth of dark blacks. The HDR IQ functionality works amazing, as the room the TV in can vacillate between medium light and dark depending on time of day. As to the sound, you get what you should expect in budget-level TV speakers, maybe even a tad higher quality than you think. Thankfully, my older TV was equipped with a 5.1.2 channel Dolby Atmos soundbar and speaker setup, and that rig works amazingly through the eARC HDMI port on the back. This price range of television gets you a good picture, and leaves you with some money in your pocket to get a decent soundbar upgrade to pull it all together. Lastly, if you’re a gamer and are in the market for a large format screen, you aren’t shopping in this price tier or using these specs to find your screen -but my son plugged in his Xbox One and Nintendo switch. To get the maximal experience, make sure you put it in Enhanced HDMI Format, to ensure the TV is at its full resolution. There is also a Game Settings section where you can manually adjust contrast and black level to your custom liking, or select other settings like High Refresh Rate Mode and Instant Game Response, which automatically detects settings on the attached device. There is a PC Sync mode, to adjust to a dynamic refresh rate should you connect to a PC, and it utilizes AMD FreeSync as the adaptive sync technology. The gaming overall is outstanding, we plugged in Red Dead Redemption 2, as well as Assassins Creed Origins and the HDR (High Dynamic Range) experience is definitely noticeable – really expressive details in the contrast ranges between the brights and darks, as well as super-immersive and vivid color experiences. It was like watching a movie during some of the game scenes. There was no noticeable artifacting or tearing at all…..gameplay was crisp and responsive. All in, there is definitely a heigh ceiling of value here for the screen size, higher-end technology and pretty abundant features that you receive at this price point. You are getting yourself a heck of a deal on a pretty versatile 4K capable screen with awesome brightness, color depth and movement that translates into a lux movie viewing and gaming experience. Definitely recommended if you are looking for entry into the min-LED experience.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Picture Quality for Less!

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    The picture quality on this panel is superb. The colors pop and the blacks are as inky as you can get without going to OLED. When you watch content with black bars on the top and bottom, the black bars are actually black. I saw character’s faces lit in detail on top of inky blackness in the campfire scene in Fallout Episode 2. That said, the panel is a bit glossier than my old TV but after a few days I didn’t notice the difference anymore. The viewing angles are really good, making this set great for a family room with multiple seating positions. Dolby Vision support is included which makes for some incredible 4K HDR experiences if your content supports it. The picture quality is so good that I replaced a perfectly fine 3-year-old flagship TV from a name brand competitor that easily had cost me twice as much at the time. The reason for doing so is the Mini-LED technology, or full array dimming. Mini-LED serves as a great middle ground between the premium (and pricey) picture quality of OLED and the standard backlit LED sets of yesteryear. However, Hisense seems to have disabled full array dimming by default meaning it’s not any better than a standard LED screen. Make sure you turn on the full array dimming, which is in the picture quality settings, as the difference is night and day. Take a look at the picture where the Local Dimming I have turned to "High". The remote is very nice, it has a brushed metal look and lights up making it easier to use. Despite being an “Apple household”, the built-in Google TV has every app I need including Apple TV and the TV supports Homekit which means you can stream from an iPhone or use one as a remote over wifi. As good as this TV is, it is a midrange set and Hisense had to save some top-of-the-line features for their flagship, the U8. This means you will only get a 60hz panel and HDMI 2.0, which is fine if you only use it for streaming content or even watching 4K blurays because as far as I know no one streams faster than 60hz. Gamers might be looking for 120hz, but honestly, I’ve been using my PS5 and I don’t think many will miss the faster refresh considering the picture quality and value of this TV. The other feature held back is that the peak brightness is only rated at 600 nits. While plenty bright, you might need to go with the higher end model if it’s going to be in a bright room. The only other minor nitpick is sometimes the Google TV interface will lag or stutter especially when trying to navigate or load an app. I'm not sure if it’s a remote issue, software issue, a wifi issue, or if that’s just normal. However, once I am within an app and playing content things are fine. Regarding sound, I have it hooked up to a home theater system via the eARC HDMI output so I can’t comment on the sound quality. If you do go this route though all of the sound from either an app on the TV or an input such as game console is correctly piped through my stereo speakers, and I can control the volume as expected using the TV remote. Pros: 75” Mini-LED with Full Array Dimming Dolby Vision, HDR10/+, HLG Excellent Viewing Angles Google TV Built-in (w/ Apple TV app) Apple Airplay and Homekit Support Lighted Remote with Google Assistant Weighs only ~60 lbs. 2 Year Warranty Cons: Only 60hz Only 600 Nits Peak Brightness Some stuttering in Apps Overall – The Hisense U6N offers excellent picture quality at a compelling value. The only reason not to get it is to consider their higher end model if you need 120hz for gaming or more peak brightness.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Love watching 4K content on this TV!

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    After reading reviews about the clarity and performance of the Mini LED TVs, I've been wanting to get one to replace an outdated (8 yr old) TV. This Hisense TV is a great bargain without needing to spend $2-3K. You do need two people to unbox and get the TV setup. Since we were going to sit it on the table, we attached the legs (it is also setup to mount on the wall). You have the option of putting the legs closer together (in case your table isn't wide enough for the legs being put closer to the edge of the TV). I thought that was a nice option for people upgrading from smaller TVs that may have tables sized for the smaller TV. Setting up the TV took longer than I expected. From the time we powered it on to the time it was usable was about 30-35 minutes. The reason for this was the multiple downloads and installs you need to do get the TV up to date. This isn't a big deal since it is a one time process and you don't have to actively do anything while it is downloading and installing the updates. On to the important stuff...the picture quality. WOW! Watching 4K content on this TV is incredible. I have the 4K add-on for YoutubeTV and watched a few nature episodes filmed in 4K. Incredible clarity! We are sitting about 7 feet from the TV which allows you to see image in outstanding detail. A+ for the picture at the price point of this TV. The big challenge with 4K is the availability of content. I'm expecting UHD content to be more and more prevalent over the next few years. At this point, many of your big sporting events are filmed or upscaled to 4K and there is 4K content from various providers (YoutubeTV and Netflix for example); however, the majority of what you watch will still be in HD (1080 or 720). This TV does a great job with that content as well. For those that are sports enthusiasts, this TV has all 60Hz inputs. For fast motion, 120Hz is better but you also have to bump up in price to get it. For the value, this set does a nice job with fast motion sports (ball being thrown, people running, etc.). You do see some shadowing on it while the TV tries to keep up with the motion, but I didn't feel that it detracted from the viewing experience. Overall, this is a great TV for the price point and I would recommend it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Ballin’ on a Budget

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    The Hisense U6 Smart Google TV is objectively not the best 75” TV on the market. But if you ask me if I care, I will decisively tell you no every time. Because you can’t go wrong at this price point. You’re getting a gigantic TV that supports 4K content with above average image quality coming from a mini LED panel that is locally dimmed. For the average user like myself that uses a TV for content consumption in the form of sports, movies, and YouTube, you’ll be impressed. Setup is easy and the adjustable feet allow you to put it on just about size shelf or TV stand. It will quite literally fit on any 4 cube organizer. Long term stability is questionable, but it will fit. The Google OS makes it easy to log in and sync data among your other devices. As long as you aren’t whispering or mumbling, the voice remote will get you where you want to go 99% of the time. The native apps have worked well thus far. I personally can’t really complain at all about this TV. It’s big, doesn’t break the bank, and will get you a lot of compliments from your friends who come over to watch the NBA finals. What more could you ask for?

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Hisense TV

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    Posted . Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    Absolutely thrilled with our new Hisense TV. The screen clarity is amazing, the sound makes it feel like we’re in a movie theater. The installation was quick and the geek squad could not have been more helpful and bringing us up to speed on the electronic upgrade since our last TV. we had a brief problem that was handled efficiently by our AT&T rep. We highly recommend this product.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Hisense 75 inch TV

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    Posted . Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    I purchased 2 75 Inch TV's from Bestbuy and this TV picture is so beautiful, picture quality is excellent. Everyone loves the sound and it lets me know when someone is at my door. Love it!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    A Great Option for a Mid Level Set

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    Posted . Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    Great mid level set. Excellent contrast. Easy connectivity. Had it up and going in less than 10 minutes. Solidly built and comes with an upgraded remote from last years model

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent quality

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    Posted . Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.
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    Great quality, colors, brightness, motions, blacks, all looks great. Sound is good but not enough power for me i need to add a soundbar.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    My 75 inch

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    Tv has good quality picture for viewing and sound. Internet connection allows each station/channel to provide beautiful pictures.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Hisense 75

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    Posted . Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.
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    Real life picture quality. Easy to set up and log in

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Not worth $849.99 sale price!

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    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    The picture is good. Sound is OK. The TV froze up once so far, I have had it for a week let’s hope this is not gonna happen again. I still have the box. Luckily I have extended return policy because of my total tech-support membership if something like that happens again and again within that 60 days, I am returning it!

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 1 out of 5 stars

    Chances arnt real

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    Posted . Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.
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    ! Ill change it for a change it for a $400 credit reward

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from HisenseProductExpert
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      Hello KareemM, Thank you for choosing the Hisense 75U6N, and for sharing your feedback with us. We are so sorry to hear about your experience. If you require technical assistance, please reach out to our dedicated support team directly at 1-888-935-8880 or via email at Service@Hisense-usa.com so that we can promptly address and resolve the issue for you. Thanks again, Harley with the Hisense Support Team. Hisense

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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic display, controls are a little sluggish

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    I had a Vizio TV that developed multi-colored lines. It's my TV in the basement so I was looking for a mid-range TV that just worked. Enter the Hisense U6N which blew away my expectations. The Hisense U6N offers Mini-LED, Quantum Dot Color Technology, Local Dimming, and Dolby Vision (along with all major HDR formats). The result is a very capable TV that produces a clear picture, remarkable eye-popping color, that has the brightness to handle a fully lit room and local dimming for those times you want to turn out the lights and enjoy dark scenes. Refresh Rate on this TV set is 60 Hz, but Motion Rate capable of 240. The bezels around the sides and top are about 1 cm wide. The bottom bezel is a little wider. But it all fades into the background when you're watching content on the TV. Physical setup was pretty easy. There are instructions in the box on how to set up the feet of the TV. These feet are about 12 inches in length and can be paired up in two configurations. The widest configuration is great for stability, while the narrow configuration is great for when you don't have a wide enough TV stand. In my case, since I was taking down my old TV that was wall mount, I was able to quickly swap in the wall mounting frame into the 400 x 400 VESA mounting configuration. At roughly 60 lbs, the TV screen isn't terribly heavy, just bulky, so best to have a partner to help you move it around. The Hisense U6N has 4 HDMI. 3 of them clustered together off to the side with the third one supporting eARC, the 4th HDMI port faces the wall behind the TV along with the Optical port and Network jack. There are two USB ports supplying up to 5V @ 0.5A. It also has a Coax input and a headphone jack. The remote is laid out pretty logically and has a nice feel to it. It's plastic, but it has a brushed aluminum feel to it. It is also backlight which is a nice touch. First time setup was a little tedious. There are a lot of legal agreements involved. Nowadays, this is par for the course. It took two attempts before it connected to my wireless network. It also didn't like connecting to my Google account the first time, but afterwards it was just fine. Once it was set up, I could connect to my usual streaming services or install them pretty easily. I connected this TV to a different branded sound bar via an Optical Audio cable. I had to go to two places to set the Optical Audio. One to set the output, another to set the audio pass through. Once that was done, I found I could control some of the volume with the TV but ultimate volume is really controlled by the soundbar. In other words, I found that the audio was set to 80 on the TV and changes to that number were subtle. However, when I flipped to the soundbar's remote to control the volume, it made a big difference. If you're in a similar predicament, I would look for a universal remote where you can set the volume controls to the soundbar instead of the TV. Watching TV Shows or Movies or even YouTube videos is quite enjoyable on this U6N TV. The out of the box color contrast is very pleasing. The colors pop very nicely (not comically). I connected this to my Xbox One S for some 4K Blu Rays and was quite impressed with the performance. I also grabbed some of my games and did not feel any input lag and I feel that the processor really worked in my favor to eliminate tearing. After settling in with the TV, I did find a few annoyances. The first is that it takes about 40 seconds for the TV to start up on a cold start. The first 5 seconds you have a blank screen and then the Hisense logo shows up. Then after another 15 seconds, a Google logo shows up. Then 20 seconds after that, is when the TV menu pops in. This is unusually long in my experience. Second, response to the remote control is sluggish and WiFi connection doesn't always connect right away. Third is that the power cord is on the right hand side of the TV while all the other input cables are on the left. This made wire management just a little more difficult. Third, there is a white status LED that in my opinion should be a lot dimmer. When the TV is off, that status LED is on and kinda bright. When the TV is on, thankfully that LED is off. And last, while there are microphones on the TV and remote, if I want to disable the TV microphone, there is a slider switch that can mute the microphone, however four amber LEDs stay on. I am hoping a future software update will allow a user to disable those amber LEDs. Otherwise, I might just have to employ a little bit of black electrical tape. In the end, it's a great TV. It's loaded with well thought out features that you would be hard pressed to find in an LG or Samsung branded TV for the equivalent price.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great tv with a beautiful picture, mediocre sound

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    I have been using the Hisense U6 for about a week or so and have been pretty impressed so far. After unboxing and plugging it in, there is, of course, the obligatory update which took about 20 minutes to complete. (I am using a wifi connection which is pretty speedy, but a wired connection could have brought this time down somewhat.) Once that was done, the rest of the setup process went smoothly through the Google Home app. That part took about 10 minutes but it was painless. Once all of that was done and my external devices were connected, it was on to a beautiful viewing experience. Before getting to that though, I will say that during setup I noticed the system sounds and clicks were on which I personally cannot stand. It’s not easy or intuitive to find the toggle to shut them off so having to spend several minutes digging and drilling down through the various menus was frustrating. A minor issue, but something that irritated me. One other small gripe is about the remote. It is a sleek, thin, and somewhat slippery device which I fear I’m going to drop just about every time I pick it up. The battery compartment is a little difficult to figure out and I was afraid I was going to break something trying to get it open. The backlighting is a nice add-on, but it’s not for all of the buttons. And I’m not the biggest fan of the preset quick access buttons, but at least there is one you can customize for yourself. Now on to the picture quality which is obviously the most important thing about a tv. The screen has great overall brightness and the color tones were perfect for my liking without having to make any adjustments which is a rarity. The clarity is absolutely amazing, especially when watching fast-paced sports or gaming. The local dimming provided by the mini-LED’s is much better than other tv’s I’ve owned in the past. It seems much more natural which is likely because of the dramatic increase in the number of supported zones (think thousands rather than less than 100), so the contrast difference in light and dark areas is dramatic without feeling blown out. For something in this price range, it is quite impressive. Hisense also has included an HDR IQ feature which allows the tv to automatically adjust to varying room lighting conditions. In the past, I have always turned these types of features off because they never seemed to really work, but Hisense has figured out how to do it and make it feel natural. While this set only has a 60Hz refresh, and doesn’t necessarily have all of the options you get in a high-end tv, it is certainly a leader in this price point and it doesn’t feel lacking in the options department. Finally, the sound quality is the only place this tv really sags. The built-in speakers just don’t have any “oomph” and the sound can be flat. Where I have this tv there really isn’t a good place to install a soundbar or other external speakers, so I’m stuck with what I’ve got. This isn’t my “main” tv so it’s not a huge deal, but if good sound is what you’re looking for, know you’ll likely need to supplement the built-ins with something else.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Big quality screen at an incredible price!

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    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    PROS: - Vibrant colors and deep blacks thanks to full array local dimming/mini-LEDs and quantum dot - Smart TV with built-in Google Assistant so you have all your favorite streaming apps built-in - Thin bezels for a sleek look CONS: - Initial setup and updates take some time - Startup is slow - Remote response can be slow I was very surprised about the size of the TV thinking my previous 65” TV was huge but this Hisense 75” is an absolute behemoth framed with thin bezels all the way around. Thoughtfully they did include two mounting options for the legs, both wide and narrow, so that you can adjust based on the size of your media center console without having to go buy a new one. If you’re going to wall mount it uses a standard 400mm x 400mm VESA pattern with M6 screws. In terms of inputs if you are like me with an external soundbar then you’ll be pleased with the inclusion of eARC on one of the HDMIs in addition to 3 other HDMI ports. There is also optical audio if you require that for your soundbar or dedicated audio receiver. The TV only supports up to 60Hz in, but for most applications the picture is going to looks great and you won’t notice a difference. The TV features an RJ-45 port so you can hardwire your internet in if you have the drop for it. A minor annoyance, especially if you are wall mounting the TV is that the ports are all on one side and power is on the other which makes things slightly messy if you have power and ports integrated into one box on your wall for example. On the front of the TV there is a manual privacy slider for the built-in microphone if you wish to shut it off which is great for those that want the option. There are USB ports (0.5A) on the back as well and while the TV does have built-in Google Assistant a nice touch would have been something with higher amperage in case you did want to plug in something else. Turning on the TV for the first time you’ll be greeted with many updates which does take some time, but it’s also great to see that they are continually updating the software. The controller is plastic with a metal finish, but is nice with app shortcut buttons, a google assistant button, and backlight. Navigating the software can seem slow due to some input lag from the controller, but it's very straight forward to navigate through your favorite streaming apps and shows. Since this unit is mini-LED with full array local dimming the contrast is much better than older LED TVs that might only have direct lit or edge lit backlights which results in a washed-out picture. The mini-LED strategy paired with quantum dot technology really makes the colors vibrant and pop. 4K YouTube footage, Netflix, and games on my Xbox Series X were immersive and looked great with deep blacks and rich colors. The built-in speakers offer a very balanced audio experience with a good amount of bass that’s good for day-to-day enjoyment.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Quality!

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    To start, I was looking for a TV on the larger side. 65 inches was the smallest I was willing to go but I really wanted a 75-inch TV to fill in my living room. I didn't want to compromise on features, performance, or visual quality. After spending some time with this TV, I can confidently say it has everything I was looking for at a great price point. The Mini-LED technology has ensured that I'm never going back to regular LED. The images are vibrant and crisp. The blacks are black and the colors pop. Movies, video games, and streaming all look amazing on this screen. Even games rated for 120 FPS look great because of the 240 Motion Rate technology, which I don't entirely understand but I appreciate. 600 nits are more than enough on this huge screen. You will not be disappointed with how bright it can get! Unless you plan on having it exclusively outside, that sun is killer. Set up was easy but it is definitely a two-person job with its size. You don't want to damage it right out of the box. The built-in Google Assistant and UI are great! I haven't experienced any lag in settings or when switching apps. It all just works, which is heaven-sent. There is no buffering and no launching issues. 10/10 user experience. I fully recommend this TV!!

    I would recommend this to a friend
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    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Remarkably clear, easy to navigate, fast response

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    The Television was much lighter than anticipated when bringing it in and setup was minimal. I would recommend doublechecking the foam for any parts that you cannot find - they are securely located, but require you to access what would be the 'top flap' of the box. The remote setup was quick and the ability to link to Google account made all of th app installation and use much faster than expected. The weight of the unit, as mentioned above, was remarkable and made it easy for two people to set in place. I will mention also that the depth of the stand is 14 inches and although adjustable, if you are using the stand rather than a wall mount, measure your shelf/table depth first. Plug in locations were good and the height from base to bottom of the television was sufficient to centrally locate a media device with good clearance. included or preloaded streaming services covered the most common and certainly all that we use. The refresh rate and sound were great and although the menus are easy to use, we didn't have to spend much time in them. The layout and accessibility of selections was good, the ability to move app icons on the screen took some getting used to. Casting from external devices such as phones and PC went off simply as well - very nice option. If you need a TV this size for sports viewing or movies, and you have a deep enough stand I would recommend this unit. Very pelased.

    I would recommend this to a friend