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55" Hisense 55H9F 4K UHD HDR Smart TV

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Best Buy has 55" Hisense 55H9F 4K UHD HDR Smart TV for $549.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks kzomo

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 480Hz Motion Rate
  • ULED, Dolby Vision, HDR10, Android TV
  • 802.11ac WiFi
  • Inputs:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 2x USB
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x Digital Optical Audio
    • 1x Earphone/audio out
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A consumer with a brain rather than blind brand loyalty. This smokes the budget Samsungs in this price range. It is actually not far off the Q70 series, which is about double the price.
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There are people on slickdeals that calculate the cost of toilet paper to the thousands of a penny, so yeah many will find a $50 discount to be a good deal (especially if you are tracking this particular TV). But, we do enjoy a useless comment as well.
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100% agree.

I was skeptical of Hisense for the past 5 years but have seen them grow into a valid contender in the TV market of Samsung and even Sony.

The specs and performance of a Samsung RU8000 or Sony X850G are very much the same to the Hisense H9F and even H8F series.

The only differences are what TV operational characteristics are more important. . IPS panel off axis viewing. . . panel response time for gaming . . blacklevel performance . . etc.

And the Hisense H9F or H8F will meet or exceed the more familiar names costing $800 to $1,000 or more.

I can remember when Samsung arrived and was a low no name contender for TVs. They are good, but Hisense and TCL are doing very well in the value TV market.
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May want to include some sort of price in your title
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Best Buy has the Hisense H9F for $549.99 hope that helps anybody.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hise...Id=6346784
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The price and retailer in the title would save us a click. Thank you.
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Don't know how to edit it sorry will fix
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I just picked up 2 of these.
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who spends this much on a hi sense when you can have a Samsung instead

A consumer with a brain rather than blind brand loyalty. This smokes the budget Samsungs in this price range. It is actually not far off the Q70 series, which is about double the price.
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A consumer with a brain rather than blind brand loyalty. This smokes the budget Samsungs in this price range. It is actually not far off the Q70 series, which is about double the price.

100% agree.

I was skeptical of Hisense for the past 5 years but have seen them grow into a valid contender in the TV market of Samsung and even Sony.

The specs and performance of a Samsung RU8000 or Sony X850G are very much the same to the Hisense H9F and even H8F series.

The only differences are what TV operational characteristics are more important. . IPS panel off axis viewing. . . panel response time for gaming . . blacklevel performance . . etc.

And the Hisense H9F or H8F will meet or exceed the more familiar names costing $800 to $1,000 or more.

I can remember when Samsung arrived and was a low no name contender for TVs. They are good, but Hisense and TCL are doing very well in the value TV market.
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Thanks OP! I saw this price on the 55" yesterday whilst looking at the 65" model deal that was posted, but there were none available at Best Buys in my area or even available for delivery. Now that's changed. Strange. Oh well, I'm probably in for one. Seems to be a bit better overall than the 2019 TCL QLED. According to Rtings,

The Hisense H9F is a bit better than the TCL 6 Series/R625 2019. The H9F has much better reflection handling and significantly better motion handling, with a much faster response time. The R625, on the other hand, has much better black uniformity.
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So $50 discount makes this a deal?
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who spends this much on a hi sense when you can have a Samsung instead
This is a Samsung... sort of. Samsung, Hisense, and TCL collaborated on the development of QLED tech to battle LG and Sony's OLED tech. The QLED TVs from these three share many of the same internal parts depending on the price point.
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