Hisense 50-inch ULED U6 Series Quantum Dot QLED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV (50U6HF 2022 Model) Review

Hisense 50-inch ULED U6 Series Quantum Dot QLED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV (50U6HF 2022 Model) Specs and Review

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  • 4K ULED: Like great, but better. The 50U6HF has our exclusive ULED technologies. They boost color, contrast, brightness, motion… we could go on. It’s the TV your old TV wants to be.
  • Quantum Dot Wide Color Gamut: Quantum Dot produces purer, richer, more brilliant and accurate colors than a regular LED TV. Creating over a billion color combinations brings vibrant images to life in a way non-QLED TVs can’t.
  • Fire TV Built-in: With Fire TV built-in, you can enjoy a world of entertainment from apps like Prime Video, Netflix, Disney plus, Hulu, and HBO Max. Plus, stream for free with Freevee, Pluto TV, Tubi, and more. Subscription may be required.
  • Peak Brightness / Full Array Local Dimming Zones: This television offers up-to-600 nits peak brightness across up to 32 local dimming zones. Above average peak brightness and local dimming are critical to correctly reproducing HDR content.
  • Dolby Vision HDR, HDR10, and HDR10+: Transform your TV into an entertainment powerhouse. The image technology from cinemas, now brought directly to your home, provide amazing realism that you’ll experience like never before.
  • Motion Rate 240, 60Hz Native Refresh Rate and HDMI 2.1: The TV’s HDMI 2.1(eARC) port is the foundation for its 240 motion rate and native 60Hz refresh rate. These technologies work in concert to make fast-action scenes to ensure moving objects have minimal blurring.

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            3 thoughts on “Hisense 50-inch ULED U6 Series Quantum Dot QLED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV (50U6HF 2022 Model) Review”

            nDZLS says:

            However, since then, the price has dropped for this TV — by $130.I already have a Prime video subscription.Given the price , it’s a really good performer.The Fire Cube should be able to switch inputs, pause, change volume, rewind, all that good stuff.The picture does need a lot of tweaking to get colors, brightness, and white balance right.To change video settings you need to do so from within a video app while watching something.I had asked my dad who is a TV buff about the brand since I hadn’t heard of it and he said it’s well known for being a great budget friendly option and this was priced much less than the 43” Sony Tv I recently ordered for my bedroom.Pros:– Crisp, clean picture quality.Came preloaded with multiple streaming services and user friendly library search and for additional services was possible.It’s exceptional at what it does and gets most things right in what matters without breaking the bank.This is an amazing TV for the price! That said, there are things I wish get added through an update in the future.The picture and sound quality are really good for this price.I’m overly impressed with the quality for the price.The picture quality is Amazing and comes with all my favorite Apps .You get an excellent looking 50″ TV that has a peak brightness of 600 nits, this is so very important for HDR gaming and consuming Dolby Vision content.What a deal! The TV comes with Alexa and the fact that i can view my ring cameras on it is so cool! The remote has a built in microphone so anything and everything is just a verbal request away.If I were to spend anymore it would be for a hisense u8h $$ , then lg c1 $$$ then Samsung s95b.The interface is just bad.But overall is a really good tv.I love it in my bedroom and would buy it again.

            WnHfd says:

            The tv itself is well built, picture is great and the remote is decent.Time will tell but after a week picture is good an the amazon fire interface works well.I would have given it 5* if it wasn’t for Wi-Fi connectivity issue during set up.Screen mirroring is a bit if an hassle, Everytime I need to mirror my phone screen, I need to go and turn on the setting, it doesn’t remember my phone.Sound quality is very crisp and clear; no need for a sound bar.I went with this purchase based mostly off the incredibly in-depth reviews some others had already posted here, the great price, and the science that apparently lends itself really well to being highly burn-in resistant.I didn’t know I needed the upgrade until I had this.It has great picture and sound.This tv has good speakers.I’m not a huge fan of the Fire TV interface, but now that I have the TV set up the way I want, I don’t really use it.it has massive shimmering effects on certain images with dolby vision.The sound is kind of wonky tho, it seems to get louder and louder all by itself so I am constantly having to turn it down.Cons : VA panel limitations, some blooming, limited picture settings.When playing with a Nintendo switch the picture doesn’t go to the four corners, but PS5 is fine. the connection wire fits loose It is a great overall budget 4k tv but mine came with a defect that will effect its lifespan and am a bit frustrated with it, and I don’t think it was shipping because the way it’s packaged was done very well quality assurance is important especially with a big product I’m disappointed because of that.The picture was great out of the box.

            oKHclz says:

            Great upgrade for my family room TV.It set up perfectly with my Alexa smart home plugs.If you don’t care about Dolby atmos, it’s a good tv Bought for mil room and found setup easy enough.Bright room performance could be better and local dimming is lackluster without configuration In the picture profile.Sound is actually not so bad for a smart TV.The annoying thing about this TV is the tendency for the TV to sat “network connection lost” when turned on.Would recommend it.Not sure if there is a glitch in the TV or if it’s a setting but that is very frustrating.I got the tv on sale on prime day and everything is great! Buen diseño,buena imagen, sistema operativo rápido, le faltó números al control remoto.00, I would send it back for sure.Seems to do a really great. Update….The HUD, like other Smart TVs, also loves to bombard you with advertisements.This is the case whether or not the TV is connected to the internet over WiFi or Ethernet from my router.

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