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Last year's model fyi
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Almost bought one last time it was mentioned and ended up with this years model for $150 more. No clue if it was worth the extra $...
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For 800 bucks plus taxes, this is worth every penny. This will be my second one, also would like to mention that updating your TV may affect the picture quality.

So I worked around this by using a chromecast to be able to cast netflix, youtube, or whatever app you'd normally use instead of the app within the TVs software.
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i really hope 55inch is still available.
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IMHO it's worth it to pay the extra money for the 2020 model **H9G series. The H9G is better in every single way including Significant improvements in vital performance areas like peak brightness for HDR and SDR, contrast ratio, black uniformity, etc. It can be had on sale for $899 but even at $150 more I'd buy the newer model vs this 2019 model.

Comparison
https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/c...eshold=0.1

H9G review
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/hisense/h9g

H9F review
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/hisense/h9f
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Same deal price as it was on this same model last year
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I own this TV. For the price it's pretty hard to beat. I'm somewhat of a brand snob, but if you do your research, this TV is VERY well reviewed. It compares to a lot of the higher end models for half the price. Have had zero issues with it and it looks amazing. If you're on the fence, you'd be hard pressed to find a better $800 TV. That said, I'm not as familiar with the newer model so it may be worth the extra $150 to get that if you can find a deal on it.
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Almost bought one last time it was mentioned and ended up with this years model for $150 more. No clue if it was worth the extra $...
Just beware some of people have red ghosting issues with the H9G. Worth looking into.
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IMHO it's worth it to pay the extra money for the 2020 model **H9G series. The H9G is better in every single way including Significant improvements in vital performance areas like peak brightness for HDR and SDR, contrast ratio, black uniformity, etc. It can be had on sale for $899 but even at $150 more I'd buy the newer model vs this 2019 model.

Comparison
https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/c...eshold=0.1

H9G review
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/hisense/h9g

H9F review
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/hisense/h9f
Yeah the only downside is that with recent updates people are getting ghosting and black uniformity issues with the H9G.
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There was a lot of discussion over BF about the significant lag experienced on Android TVs. A couple of folks posted detailed instructions on how to fix that issue. Anybody happen to have a link to that discussion or able to repost the steps? All I can remember is that it involved using Developer Tools and clicking on something numerous times to access it.
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There was a lot of discussion over BF about the significant lag experienced on Android TVs. A couple of folks posted detailed instructions on how to fix that issue. Anybody happen to have a link to that discussion or able to repost the steps? All I can remember is that it involved using Developer Tools and clicking on something numerous times to access it.
https://www.avsforum.com/threads/...t-60230566

'keep tapping build number like you would on an android phone..
This gives you some options to force GPU rendering which I believe improves picture quality..also you can turn OFF animations, which greatly speeds up interface speeds'
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Yeah this needs to be lower...I mean it gets good grades but you can get a much better name brand tv if you can wait on a sale, which are always right around the corner...Like I got my Sony 900E 75" for 1K not too long ago ....If it was 600 I would consider it , but 800 is too high ..thanks anyway OP
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