Please call 1-888-935-8880 (toll-free) to speak with a customer service representative. You may contact a customer care representation by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please call 1-888-935-8880 (toll-free) and speak with a customer service representative to place an order. You can pay via a credit card or a money order. Then the glasses will be shipped to you. You can also contact a customer care representation via e-mail at: email@example.com. The prices vary by 3D glass type from $35.00 to $40.00 a pair. Some retailers also carry 3D glasses.
Please call 1-888-935-8880 (toll-free) to speak with a customer service representative. You may contact a customer care representation by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org. They can provide the proper firmware update for your specific TV.
Depending on your TV model a variety of aspect ratios may be supported. All models support Normal (4:3) and Wide (16:9). Select models may support: Zoom (enlarges image and displays the center with top/bottom and left/right cut-off), Cinema (stretches image to fill widescreen), Dot-by-Dot (displays image in its native resolution) and Auto (scales the image to fill the screen).
Not every aspect-ratio choice will be available at every resolution. In most cases, you'll have full aspect-ratio control with 480i (standard TV and VHS for example) and 480p (progressive scan and DVD for example) sources. This allows you to alter standard definition and lower resolution images to fill the widescreen display however the overall picture quality may be lower. With high definition resolutions: 720p, 1080i and 1080p (HDTV, Satellite and Blu-ray for example) you often get fewer aspect options, or none at all because the image is already in high definition.
The current Smart TV browser version does not support Adobe Flash. Model specific updates are released periodically. Please check Menu | Settings | Network | Firmware Upgrade on your TV regularly to ensure the latest software version is installed.
The current Smart TV browser version does not support HTML5. Model specific updates are released periodically. Please check Menu | Settings | Network | Firmware Upgrade on your TV regularly to ensure the latest software version is installed.
Yes, individual retailers offer extended service plans for Hisense products. Inquire about service options at the time of purchase.
Please call 1-888-935-8880 (toll-free) and speak with a customer service representative to arrange service.
Certain models are eligible for in-home warranty service at no additional charge. Please check the warranty information for your specific model or call 1-888-935-8880 (toll-free) and speak with a customer service representative to see if your TV is covered under our in-home warranty service policy.
Yes, wireless headphones may be used when installed with a wireless transmitter. If the wireless transmitter is connected via the digital audio output on the TV then built-in TV speakers will continue to work normally. If the wireless transmitter is connected to the analog headphone output on the TV then the built-in speakers will be automatically turned off.
Wired headphones may be connected to the analog headphone output on the TV (use a 1/4"-stereo phone plug to 1/8"-mini stereo plug adapter if necessary). When connected the built-in speakers will be automatically turned off.
Hisense operates a repair center at located in Suwanee Georgia at 105 Satellite Blvd NW, 30024. Please call 1-888-935-8880 (toll-free) and speak with a customer service representative to schedule a service appointment or discuss service options.
The current Smart TV browser version does not support Adobe Flash or HTML5. Model specific updates are released periodically. In the meantime, we are developing dedicated Apps (such as YouTube) to directly support playback of YouTube videos outside of the browser. Please check Menu | Settings | Network | Firmware Upgrade on your TV regularly to ensure the latest Apps are installed.
This depends on the input source and the connection. Some HDTV set top boxes do not process the closed caption signal. Closed caption is typically available for HD signals tuned using the televisions built-in ATSC tuner (not all programs on all stations broadcast closed caption). The TV cannot decode closed captioning from HDMI inputs (the connected source device must decode the closed captioning and send it to the TV via HDMI).
Broadcast content (shows, movies and commercials for example) may include analog and/or digital audio and video and may be transmitted in standard definition or high definition. When viewing a particular channel the broadcast signal may change from analog to digital between scenes and during commercial breaks. The same is true channel to channel when changing channels. Depending on the input source (antenna, cable and satellite for example) the TV may encounter a sudden change in format which could produce a popping noise or static sound. If this occurs, it should be very rare. If you are experiencing this frequently, you should select Menu | Channels | Tuner Mode on your TV and select Cable or Antenna then select Menu | Channels | Auto Channel Search on your TV and perform a scan so all the stations are fine-tuned on the correct band. Note: if you are connecting to an external tuner, be sure its configuration settings are correct.
Your TV is capable of displaying all standard definition and high definition resolutions including: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p/60 (select models display 1080p/24). In addition, your TV is capable of displaying 640x480, 800x600 and 1024x768 (select models display 1360x768). The on screen display will show the resolution of the current input source. The TV does not up convert incoming signals to higher resolution; the TV displays the incoming signal in its native resolution. For the best viewing experience, please configure the source device (disc player, set-top-box and game console for example) to its highest output resolution setting.
Press the exit button on the remote control.
During operation, the refrigerant continually flows into the evaporation pipe by the running of the compressor, which results in this sound. This is normal.
This may be caused by the temperature being set too low while indoor humidity is heavy. This could also be caused by the wind speed being low, in which there might be vapor condensation causing the drip.
Hisense (hisense.com) was established in 1969. Hisense is a global consumer products company producing and selling its products throughout the world and is recognized as one of the Top-5 largest television manufacturers.
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Suwanee, GA 30024
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