Hisense 65H9D Plus LCD Ultra HDTV Review

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The Hisense’s too-low SDR gamma found in any of its available gamma settings did make images on my other reference sets look a bit more saturated. (A low gamma makes the picture brighter, particularly in mid-brightness scenes, where most video lives.) But the Hisense’s colors never looked pale or (apart from those demanding, dark scenes) washed out. Samsara was as brilliantly colored as I remember it, if just slightly warmer on the Sony. The Hisense was also, surprisingly, sharper on 1080p material than the Sony, though this was so subtle that you’d likely never spot it without a direct comparison.”

 

 

 

 

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