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Hisense 55-Inch Class H9 Quantum Series Android 4K ULED Smart TV with Hand-Free Voice Control (55H9G, 2020 Model)

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  • Unlock the power of over a billion colors perfectly expressed with Hisense H9G Quantum Series ULED Smart 4K TV, which combine incredible, ultra-bright 4K detail with android TV for quick access to entertainment and apps.
  • Transform your home into an entertainment powerhouse with Dolby vision HDR picture and Dolby Atoms sound technologies, creating a truly cinematic experience featuring astonishing images with enhanced color and incredibly immersive audio.
  • Full array 132 local dimming zones deliver a superior HDR experience with up to 1,000-nits peak brightness, while game mode significantly improves input lag for optimized gaming.
  • Control the TV via the easy-to-use voice-enabled remote or through an Alexa-enabled device (sold separately)—Open or search for apps, control the volume and inputs, or search for your favorite TV shows and movies.
  • Measures 48.5 x 28.2 x 3.9 inches, 38.1 pounds (48.5 x 30.7 x 10.2 inches with included stand, LxWxH, 39.2 pounds), the 55H9G has a 1-year manufacturer's warranty, and the includes a voice remote (batteries included), power cable, and quick start guide.
  • Features far-field voice control for easy navigation. Also features built-in Google Assistant.
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55" / 139 cm

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Connectivity Technology HDMI, Ethernet HDMI, USB Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, HDMI, Ethernet, USB WiFi 5, 802.11ac 2x2 Dual Band (support 2.4GHz&5GHz) HDMI, USB
Screen Size 54.5 inches 55 inches 55 inches 43 inches 55 inches
Display Type LCD ULED ULED LED QLED
Item Dimensions 48.5 x 3.9 x 28.2 inches 48.3 x 3.5 x 28.2 inches 48.5 x 3.9 x 28.2 inches 38.1 x 3.5 x 22.3 inches 48.31 x 27.99 x 3.07 inches
Item Weight 38.10 lbs 32.40 lbs 38.10 lbs 15.50 lbs 32.80 lbs
Model Year 2020 2021 2021 2021 2021
Refresh Rate 120 hertz 120 hertz 120 hertz 60 hertz 60 hertz
Resolution 4K 4K 4K 4K 4K
Total HDMI Ports 3 4 4 4 4

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  • TV
  • Power Cord
  • Remote Control
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  • Product Description

    Perfect for presenting your favorite movies, shows, sports, and gaming, the Hisense H9G Quantum Series 4K ULED Smart TV uses Quantum Dot technology to create astonishing images with richer colors, more detail, better brightness, and smoother motion. Unlock the power of over a billion colors perfectly expressed with Hisense H9G Quantum Series ULED Smart TVs, which combine incredible, ultra-bright 4K detail with Android TV for quick access to entertainment and apps. In addition to your favorite streaming services and online games, this H9G Quantum Series TV is also perfect for cable, satellite, and free over-the-air broadcasts. Transform your home into an entertainment powerhouse with Dolby Vision HDR picture and Dolby Atmos sound technologies, creating a truly cinematic experience featuring astonishing images with enhanced color and incredibly immersive audio. Enjoy all the key moments in fast-paced sports, movies, and games with Motion Rate 240 image processing, minimizing picture lag to create a crystal clear image without motion blur. Full array local dimming zones deliver a superior HDR experience with up to 1,000-nits peak brightness across up to 90 local dimming zones, while Game Mode significantly improves input lag for optimized gaming. Control the TV via the easy-to-use voice-enabled remote or through an Alexa-enabled device (sold separately) — open or search for apps, control the volume and inputs, or search for your favorite TV shows and movies. The H9G series TV is backed by a 1-year manufacturer's warranty and includes a voice remote (batteries included), power cable, and Quick Start Guide.


    From the manufacturer

    Hisense H9G Quantum Series Smart TVs
    Hi-View Engine

    Hi-View Engine

    Hisense’s ULED technology and Hi-View chipset work intuitively to boost power and picture quality

    artificial intelligence even smarter

    Artificial Intelligence

    Automated scene recognition continuously and intuitively adjusts the picture and sound based on the genre of content you're watching.

    game mode

    Game Mode

    Input lag is significantly improved, so your commands from the controller are virtually instantaneous on the screen for a better gaming experience.

    Far-Field Voice Control

    Far-Field Voice Control

    Make your TV the centerpiece of your room and home by using your voice to quickly access what you want to watch without touching a remote.

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    What's in the box

  • TV
  • Power Cord
  • Remote Control
  • Stand
  • Customer reviews

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    Reviewed in the United States on June 21, 2020
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    5.0 out of 5 stars JUST WOW! A MUST BUY!
    Reviewed in the United States on June 21, 2020
    Held it's own against My $2000 Sony A8G Bravia Oled! I only paid $650 for the 55in ver! Colors are breathtaking, motion makes everything look like 60fps, Ai is well done, hands free voice control is pretty neat, but honestly, the image quality will blow your expectations away. This beats EVERYTHING led in this price, and even beats EVERYTHING from Samsung, Sony, and LG as far as led and qled goes! See Quantum TV on YouTube for an in-depth breakdown, but essentially, DO NOT WAIT! Buy this now. It will keep selling out fast, especially as I show more of this tv off! I'm not sponsored by anyone, so rest easy, this is not hot air or false hype. I genuinely can't believe this.... See pictures for a taste of what awaits you!
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    Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2020
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    1.0 out of 5 stars Very good until it wasn't
    Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2020
    I am not trying to trash the brand, I understand that in all brands there are lemons and it is a normal side of production batches, unless truly a bad design. I am giving it one star to bring your attention to this review.

    I received my 65H9G on mid-day June 12th and I started calibration a few hours later till Sunday and ready for movie watching on Monday. Over the past few years, I built a decent size 4K HDR Blu ray collection that I could not fully enjoy to its best due to my current VIZIO not having HDR capabilities, so I started binging on my library with my OPPO UDP-205.

    I finished “Passengers” and went to the next one “Source Code” and got flashy images, as if the cable was making a poor connection, I checked to see if maybe the connector was loose, it wasn’t. I turned everything off and turned it on again and tried again and I got a normal video image asking me if I wanted to continue from where I left, at that moment I thought that everything was good, press “YES” only to hear audio and no video. My second thought was that maybe there was incompatibility with the title I was playing and loaded again my “Passengers” disc and received a pinkish screen, video was playing, I could see the silhouettes of everything moving in a bright pinkish color but no true images.

    Menus and content via apps were normal so my first thought was “my OPPO died” and was heartbroken, but then I thought maybe it is the HDMI port so I moved it with no change, I switched cables, same. Up to that point everything pointed to the OPPO being broken so just to be sure I brought my 4K Samsung PC monitor to test it and to my surprise I got an image, it was playing normally, loaded several discs just to try and all played. I went back to connecting it to the H9G and got the same pinkish image, and I realized… it is the TV! but why I was able to watch video on it after the issue? For the past couple of hours, I was watching a Netflix video with no problem so maybe it was the H9G port (or ports) after all. I went to play a video using my ROKU Ultra and was able to watch it. I tried again the Oppo with a different 4K movie and got the same pinkish silhouettes and it finally dawn on me.

    To test my theory I went to my ROKU and looked up a NETFLIX 4k HDR movie, found a bunch and tried to play them and got the same pinkish screen, to discard that it was the port or cable I went to the NETFLIX H9G native app and looked up the same video only to get the same pinkish screen. As a final test I reset everything to factory defaults just in case one of my setting was causing that but I still got the same result.

    I went back to Amazon that night, the automatic system offered tech support but after spending most of my afternoon and evening troubleshooting myself, I did not think that I left any stone unturned so I declined and went for refund.

    All brands have issues as anybody can easily see browsing any item reviews here at Amazon from “Best ever purchase” to “Pure Trash” on the same item so please don’t take this as me trashing the brand but my confidence has been shattered, I have owned a Samsung EDTV, a Hitachi HDTV, a Vizio UDTV (still going on) and several PC monitors and they were either re-sold when I upgraded them or given away so at this moment I don’t want to deal with a repaired unit. Will I try Hisense again? Probably but I will let the model mature because I don’t want to deal with something like this again.

    While it worked it was truly good.

    P.S. Please test yours with as much HDR content that you can, just go to NETFLIX and search for HDR.
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    Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2020
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