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Hasn't ever come back in stock within 250 miles of KC.
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No it's not. Hisense are wack jobs. They have no marketing no nothing . I think they discontinued this model cause they sold it at a low price and they arnt making anything off of it in the US
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Sweet machine. Got the 65. Nice.
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Unavailable for order, delivery or pick up for 250 miles.

So YMMV. I've never even gotten to see one in any B&M store. . anywhere.
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The 65" is back in stock at Amazon. I just ordered my second unit last night. Wish they made a 75".
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No it's not. Hisense are wack jobs. They have no marketing no nothing . I think they discontinued this model cause they sold it at a low price and they arnt making anything off of it in the US
It hasn't been available for awhile here. It is now.

I'm sure you are right, though. A 50 year old company with 35 billion in revenue last year probably isn't making any money.
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BACK IN STOCK! Got one to test it out with X950G and Vizio PX.
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BACK IN STOCK! Got one to test it out with X950G and Vizio PX.
Please share your results once you have all 3.
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Bought the $500 r615 from BB but really wanted the H9f. H9f wasn't in stock when I made the purchase but is now. Haven't picked it up since I'm out of town for the holidays and can't find any store with an H9f to see in person. Think it's worth the +$300 over the TCL?
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Bought the $500 r615 from BB but really wanted the H9f. H9f wasn't in stock when I made the purchase but is now. Haven't picked it up since I'm out of town for the holidays and can't find any store with an H9f to see in person. Think it's worth the +$300 over the TCL?
It's a panel lottery no matter what. Did you see the Sony X900F thread. Less of a panel lottery, but I will keep my 65H9F because it's just an all around awesome machine: great picture, good OS, awesome sound and aesthetically beautiful. Not to mention great customer support.

Yeah, I like the Hisense a lot.

BB will hold your order for 5-days.
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Bought the $500 r615 from BB but really wanted the H9f. H9f wasn't in stock when I made the purchase but is now. Haven't picked it up since I'm out of town for the holidays and can't find any store with an H9f to see in person. Think it's worth the +$300 over the TCL?
I bought the r625 and am sending it back for the hisense. Terrible motion. Really really bad. Amazing picture if you pause it though. But I want a tv not a picture frame lol goodluck everyone.
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Please share your results once you have all 3.
I had the 65" H9F for 30 days prior to black Friday.
Here were my impressions vs the X900F (which was 100.00 more a few days ago) that I posted on another forum.


Impressions of Hisense 65" H9F vs 65" Sony X900F
I've been telling you guys not to sleep on the H9F, it is a really good TV for the money. Being I am in the return window for the Hisense, I bought the X900F being it was only a few hundred more. I ran a few shows side by side and compared.
I would give a edge in black level to the Hisense, viewing angle to the Hisense (really good for an LED), reflection handling also goes to the Hisense, ,it also has a better remote and a smoother Android experience overall. More of a red push on the Hisense, similar to Samsungs.
There is a LOT to like about the Hisense.

But I am all about what has the best PQ, and for me, it is the Sony.
The Sony's picture was sharper, colors were more natural and motion was great.
You do see some blooming around white letters on black backgrounds on the Sony
but honestly, I don't really care that much. The picture is SO good. And I have a few C series OLED's so I have
a pretty high bar to compare it to.

I am keeping the Sony and returning the Hisense. The WOW factor on the Sony while watching 4K nature scenes is...WOW.
For overall PQ only I would say the Sony is like a 9, H9F maybe an 8.3.
These are both uncalibrated but I messed with the settings on both. Both TV's were pretty good right out of the box.
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I had the 65" H9F for 30 days prior to black Friday.
Here were my impressions vs the X900F (which was 100.00 more a few days ago) that I posted on another forum.


Impressions of Hisense 65" H9F vs 65" Sony X900F
I've been telling you guys not to sleep on the H9F, it is a really good TV for the money. Being I am in the return window for the Hisense, I bought the X900F being it was only a few hundred more. I ran a few shows side by side and compared.
I would give a edge in black level to the Hisense, viewing angle to the Hisense (really good for an LED), reflection handling also goes to the Hisense, ,it also has a better remote and a smoother Android experience overall. More of a red push on the Hisense, similar to Samsungs.
There is a LOT to like about the Hisense.

But I am all about what has the best PQ, and for me, it is the Sony.
The Sony's picture was sharper, colors were more natural and motion was great.
You do see some blooming around white letters on black backgrounds on the Sony
but honestly, I don't really care that much. The picture is SO good. And I have a few C series OLED's so I have
a pretty high bar to compare it to.

I am keeping the Sony and returning the Hisense. The WOW factor on the Sony while watching 4K nature scenes is...WOW.
For overall PQ only I would say the Sony is like a 9, H9F maybe an 8.3.
These are both uncalibrated but I messed with the settings on both. Both TV's were pretty good right out of the box.
Thanks for sharing your reviews
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Vizio PX 65": Terrible blooming with subtitles over any white text or logo over black screen even on low local dimming setting, up-scaling(I have comcast cable) is not that great like reviews have mentioned. Slight vignette at the 4 corners. Black level is very good, and very bright screen. PQ on 4K contents is very good. Smartcast is not very good, sluggish.

Sony 65X950G: Blooming is very well controlled, up-scaling is great (but don't expect 4K quality out of everything, it's all depends on the source). Out of the box PQ has a green hue, adjusting the video setting helps but did not completely get rid of it. Screen uniformity was excellent, best of the 3, very slight vignetting. I like the remote here on the Sony best out of all the 3 (Sony>>Vizio>H9F). Google assistant integration was better than Hisense. Sony's X1 ultimate chip's responsiveness is very good, best of the 3.

Hisense 65H9F: Blooming a non-issue here, upscaling is great too (sony's just a tad sharper). I really love the color of the Hisense out of the box, no green tint like the sony, not overwhelming but noticeably more vivid than the Sony. I really like the design of this TV, very thin for the top half. Screen uniformity was the worst out of the 3, obvious vignetting not just in the corners but all along the 4 edges.

I will be returning the Vizio, still on the fence between Hisense or Sony. Thinking of exchanging the Hisense and hope for a better panel. The Sony was $400 more than the Hisense, PQ is comparable between both, basically comes down to whether that premium is worth it for the reliability...hard choices
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