Hisense 65H9G TV Review

8.3 Mixed Usages
8.2 TV Shows:
8.6 HDR Movies:
8.5 HDR Gaming:
8.2 Sports( Considering Day Light)
8 PC Monitor ():
Release year: 2020 Rating: 4.2
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Screen Size Variation 55-65 Inches inch
Features: Smart TV , HDR , High Definition , CEC Enabled , Anti-glare , With Energy Saving Mode
Display Type: ULED
Screen Design Flat Tv
Connectivity: HDMI , WiFi , USB , Ethernet , Bluetooth , Optical Audio , RF
Number Of HDMI Ports: 4
HDR HDR10 , HDR10+ , Dolby Vision , HLG
Refresh Rate: 120 Hz
Next Gen. Gaming Feature: VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) , ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) , eARC
TV Type Indoor
Special Feature: Quantum Dot Color Technology, Full Array Local Dimming Zones, Dolby Atmos Audio, Android TV Platform, Voice Remote with Google Assistant, HDMI 2.1 Support, Dolby Vision HDR
Supported Internet Services: Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Disney+, HBO Max, Apple TV+, Google Play Movies & TV, Spotify, Pandora, ESPN, CBS All Access, Vudu, Twitch, Crave.


Screen Size: 65 inches
Display Type ULED
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Screen Resolution (pixels): 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160 pixels)
Screen Refresh Rate: 120Hz
Viewing Angle 178 degree
Backlight Type: Full Array Local Dimming (FALD)
Quantum Dot Color: Yes
Video Processing Technology: Hi-View Engine
HDR (High Dynamic Range): HDR10, HDR10+, Dolby Vision, HLG


Contrast: Contrast 10,411 : 1 & Native Contrast 6,897 : 1
Brightness: peak brightness 620 nit's
Local Dimming: Yes
Gray & Black Uniformity: 50% Uniformity Picture 50% Std. Dev- 1.913%, 50% DSE- 0.178% & Black Uniformity Std. Dev- 0.638%, Native Std. Dev- 0.461%
Viewing Angle: 178 degree
Reflections: Total Reflections- 2.4%, Indirect Reflections- 1.7% & Calculated Direct Reflections- 0.7%
Calibration: Pre White Balance dE-4.74, pre Color dE- 3.31, pre Gamma- 2.09, pre Color Temperature- 5,806 K & Post White Balance dE- 0.55, post Color dE- 1.01, post Gamma- 2.20, post Color Temperature- 6,498 K
Pixels & Motion: Pixels picture Type- LED, Sub-Type-VA
Input Handling (480p and 720p): The Hisense H9G upscales 480p content, like from DVDs, well without any issues. & 720p content, like from cable boxes, is upscaled well.
Input Handling (1080p): 1080p content looks almost as good as native 4k content.
Input Handling (4k): 4k content is displayed perfectly and there aren't any visible issues.
Color Gamut: Color Gamut DCI-P3 xy- 91.26%, DCI P3 uv- 92.20% & Color Gamut Rec.2020 xy- 67.08%, Rec 2020 uv- 69.89%
Color Volume: : P3 Color Volume ITP 1,000 cd/m² DCI P3 Coverage ITP- 50.1% & 2020 Color Volume ITP 10,000 cd/m² Rec 2020 Coverage ITP- 39.3%
Gradient & Response Time: 8.1 ms
Supported Resolutions: 720p 1080p 1440p 4K (2160p)
Interface: Android TV 10.0


Numbers of HDMI: 4
HDMI Version 2.0
Audio Return Channel 1
Optical Digital Audio Output: 1
Component Video Inputs: 0
Composite Video Inputs: 0
3.5mm Composite A/V Inputs: 0
RF Inputs: 1
USB Ports: 2
Analog Audio/Headphone Output: 1


HDR10: Yes
HDR10+ : Yes
Dolby Vision: Yes
HLG : Yes
HDMI 2.0 : Yes (HDMI 1,2,3,4)
HDMI 2.1 : No
CEC Enabled: Yes
HDCP 2.2: Yes (HDMI 1,2,3,4)
ATSC Tuner: 3.0
USB 3.0 : N/A
Variable Analog Audio Out: Yes
Wi-Fi : Yes (802.11ac)


ARC/eARC Port : Yes (ARC/eARC)
eARC: Dolby Atmos Over Dolby Digital Plus : Yes
eARC: Dolby Digital Plus 7.1 : Yes
eARC: LPCM 7.1 Over Dolby MAT: N/A
eARC: Dolby TrueHD 7.1 : N/A
eARC: DTS:X Over DTS-HD Master Audio: N/A
eARC: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1: N/A
eARC: LPCM Channels (Bitstream) : Not Supported
ARC: Dolby Digital 5.1 Yes
ARC: DTS 5.1 Yes
Optical: Dolby Digital 5.1: Yes
Optical: DTS 5.1 : Yes


Built-in Speakers: N/A
Voice Clarity: Good up to moderate volume
Distortion: At higher volumes (above 70%) As you crank up the volume, sound quality deteriorates with noticeable distortion.
Frequency Response: Low-Frequency Extension- 89.80 Hz
Bass: Below 50Hz, leading to a lack of punch and impact in the sound.
Soundstage: Limited stereo separation
Immersion: Poor for Dolby Atmos or spatial audio
Dolby Atmos Support: N/A
Audio Passthrough: Supports Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio
Recommendation: For a significant improvement in sound quality, especially for movies, music, or gaming, investing in a soundbar or a home theater system is highly recommended.


Cast Capable Yes
USB Drive Playback Yes
USB Drive HDR Playback Yes
HDR in Netflix Yes
HDR in YouTube Yes
Apps Navigation Ease To Use


Operating System Android TV 10.0
CPU / Processor Quad-core processor
Graphic Processor / GPU Mali-G52 GPU
Storage 32 GB
Chromecast Supported
Alexa Built-in


PS5 Compatibility: Yes
Xbox Series X |S Compatibility Yes
Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM): Yes
Variable Refresh Rate (VRR): Yes
Input Lag: 14.9 ms
HDR: Yes
High Frame Rate (HFR): Up to 120Hz
Additional Features: N/A


Voice Control Yes
Universal Remote Support for HDMI Device Yes
Universal Remote Support for non-HDMI Device N/A
Remote App Hisense RemoteNOW


Dimensions 57.1 x 13.6 x 33.5 inch
Style The Hisense H9G has a good design, a nice upgrade over the Hisense H9F. It has the same unique center-mounted stand, but the back has a new etched pattern that looks like a checkerboard.
Back & Borders: Back Wall Mount VESA 400x400 & Borders 0.35
Thickness: Max Thickness 3.03
Build Quality: The Hisense H9G has a good build quality. The plastic on the back is solid and there isn't much flex, except for near the inputs, where the plastic bends a bit more. The border around the TV is metal, giving it a more premium look.
Longevity: The longevity of the Hisense 65H9G TV refers to its expected lifespan and durability over time.
Stand: The metal stand is a bit bigger than the stand on the Hisense H9F, but it has the same shape. The stand is solid and the TV doesn't wobble much. Footprint of the 65 inch stand: 35.2
Included Components: TV stand/base Remote control (with batteries) Power cable User manual/documentation


TV Shows: 8.2
HDR Movies: 8.6
HDR Gaming: 8.5
Sports( Considering Day Light) 8.2
PC Monitor (): 8
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