Are these tvs using quantum dots for a wider colour gamut?
brock rose yes well at least h9f
Chinese companies aren't just copying, they're innovating now. America might be in trouble.
elevatorman013, still own the world economy? lol, sleepwalking is very risky, beware the car on the road. Delusional Americunt!
ks lee LOL....And America still owns the world economy whether you suffer from American envy or not...
Yet America is still great .
@chicho I'm from Singapore and a former worker at Panasonic TV factory Malaysia before I left to Singapore. That Factory still active manufacturing TV for domestic market and export. Panasonic TV still very much popular in SEA just Below Samsung and Sony. And their high end TVs are highly regard and highly rated TV neck and neck with Sony, Samsung and LG. And I've heard a lot from American that they bagged Panasonic to make a come back in US. One thing for sure is that American like you is an ignorant, its not a stereotype but the truth. That's enough a reason to not taking you seriously here.
Sorry but never again Hisense after it lasted me 1 year.
ks lee I asked you if you were on something because you were saying invest my money on manufacturing TV in USA. Do you manufacture your own product when you are disappointed with a product.
@chicho stupid small chicho, i am not from China! You are on something, ganja!
ks lee Are on something China boy?
chicho, why don't you invest your tv manufacturing business in USA ?
Mianlo 2 I wish mine was like that, but it showed huge redline after a year of use. I guess I get what I paid for.
Come on hisense...75 inch Is stupid not many can fit that in their room. I'd buy in a 65" for their flagship
I was thinking about this, the reason micro led is taking a while is because you have to put multiple leds in one pixel. But you can get a cheaper screen with fairly close results by putting a single backlighting led for each pixel instead. Basically true full local dimming
@Daniel Hozak OLED doesn't have very good brightness though
@Daniel Hozak neato, especially since OLED actually keeps uniformity and brightness consistent for a long time. It's mainly the red pixels that burn out the quickest
@ScarfFox and Friends What you said isn't technically far from what micro LEDs do. But a cool thing is going to be a new tech from Samsung called "QD-OLED", which works almost exactly like you said, except it uses OLED panel to backlight individual pixels.
@a9udn9u what you mean? The led are lighting up the lcd screen like they always have, but each pixel has it's own led bulb emitting white light (well the technical thing where ut goes through the filter screens to turn into white light)
ScarfFox and Friends How is the second screen lit?
80 inch soon to be the standard size TV.
ive had a 100 inch screen since 06
If the H9F specs doesn't turn into vapor ware then there will be some serious competition between Hisense, Vizio, and TCL.
But hisense year after year announces products for the U.S. that they never release.
@Andrew Hord I work for bestbuy. Dont.
@Andrew Hord Even with the H9 2017 there was suppose to be one model that hdr certified for 1000 nits with local dimming. It never came to US market. Then in 2018 they dropped local dimming all together for model and went edge lit. The H10 hasn't been in the U.S. market in 3 years despite showing and saying its coming every CES. These journalist know exactly what Im talking about. They are a good brand but they haven't handled tv launches well at all.
I saw the 55" H9 Plus on Demo at Best Buy and for the money looks really great! It is a higher end Hisense model! I am thinking of buying it so hopefully we see some more models coming to Best Buy later on!!
@cj miller go where you need to make money and do what you need.I work at best buy in our home theater department.Trust me the bs these companies pull. You should just look the other way.
@Michael Garcia I agree. Hisense in particular just seems to always miss the whole year with thier more ambitious products or flagship TVs in this case. They made it to China and the UK but not the u.s. two years straight.
Micro LED tech at work here.
If you put a upgraded scaler on the Q9 it blows oled away,I did it to mine.
@omarchafa yes pretty impressive tech. I wonder if it can archive the same black levels as a oled tv? The Samsung qled got pretty close.
This is actually called mini LED. Micro LED is the stuff Samsungpresents.
@Pietro Scarpa Yeah, but I'm talking about that it's the first practical TV with Micro LEDs that you can buy soon. Not a true Micro LED TV where each pixel is lit up by an individual micro LED, but a TV with 86,000 of those with over 5,000 local dimming zones is pretty damm impressive.
Achtual ist not micro LED. Samsung showed micro LED this year at ces. Before that it was SONY.