Hisense 58 inch ULED U6 Series TV 58U6HF

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Hisense 58 inch ULED U6 Series TV 58U6HF Price History


Current Price $359.98 April 12, 2024
Highest Price $599.99 November 15, 2023
Lowest Price $349.99 November 27, 2023
Since November 14, 2023

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$359.98 December 15, 2023
$599.99 December 5, 2023
$349.99 November 27, 2023
$359.99 November 25, 2023
$599.99 November 15, 2023

Hisense 58 inch ULED U6 Series TV 58U6HF Description

Enjoy breathtaking visuals with Hisense ULED U6 Smart Fire TV

Experience a new level of immersive picture quality with Hisense 58 inch ULED U6 Series Quantum Dot LED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV. Enjoy crisp 4K resolution and HDR 10 support that make images look more true-to-life than ever before. With a powerful motion rate processor and 120 active LED zones, you can practically feel like you’re in the middle of the action. The TV is powered by Quantum Dot Colour and includes an AI-powered voice remote so you can control your experience with just the sound of your voice. Plus, enjoy added benefits like fast wireless streaming, Dolby Atmos support, and Fire TV apps and Alexa Skill support.

Cutting-edge picture and sound technologies

Hisense ULED U6 offers beautiful 4K visuals and striking colours to bring your content to life. Enjoy vivid, high-dynamic-range (HDR) imaging with brighter highlights and richer hues. And when it comes to sound, this Smart Fire TV supports Dolby Atmos to provide stunningly immersive surround sound and acoustically tuned sound.

Connectivity with the world of Alexa

With the ULED U6 Series Smart Fire TV, you can control your TV selections with the power of voice recognition. Download Alexa Skills and use the AI voice remote to access your favorite streaming apps, including Netflix, Prime Video, and Hulu. With this AI-powered, voice remote feature, you can say whatever you want and skip to the program or episode you want to watch. Plus, the Alexa technology can also help you save time by putting your overdue tasks, shopping list, and other reminders in one accessible spot.

Support of smart home automation technologies

The Hisense ULED U6 comes with support of home automation technology that makes your home automation more comfortable and efficient. With the help of Alexa, use voice commands to manage your compatible smart home devices like lights, thermostats, and door locks.

Enhance your viewing experience with Dolby Vision HDR 10

Hisense ULED U6 equips Dolby Vision HDR 10 support, which ensures great brightness and contrast while you’re enjoying your favorite movies, TV shows, and sports. Dolby Vision HDR 10 creates background details and textures so you can feel as if you’re in the same moment with the characters and be able to watch images like never before.


• 58-inch ULED U6 Series Quantum Dot LED
• 4K UHD with 120 active LED zones
• Dolby Atmos support
• Fire TV apps
• Alexa Skill support
• Wi-Fi & Bluetooth streaming
• Dolby Vision HDR 10 support
• Powered By Quantum Dot Colour
• Compatible with Alexa & Smart Home
• AI-powered voice remote

Hisense 58 inch ULED U6 Series TV 58U6HF Specification

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Item Weight

‎34 pounds

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Special Features

‎Quantum Dot, 4K, Fire TV, Alexa Compatibility

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Cable Length

‎1.5 Meters

Standing screen display size

‎57.6 Inches


‎120 Volts


‎256 kWh

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Hisense 58 inch ULED U6 Series TV 58U6HF Reviews (3)

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3.7 out of 5
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  1. A.Singer

    The Hisense 50-inch ULED U6HF Series Quantum Dot QLED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV is an impressive television that delivers stunning visuals and a seamless smart TV experience. While it offers an exceptional viewing experience, I did encounter a minor issue with the Netflix button on the remote.

    Let’s start with the positive aspects of this TV. The Quantum Dot QLED technology enhances the display, delivering vibrant colors, sharp details, and impressive contrast. The 4K UHD resolution provides a visually immersive experience, bringing movies, shows, and games to life with remarkable clarity. The overall picture quality is exceptional, especially when viewing HDR content.

    The integration of Fire TV brings a host of streaming options and smart features directly to the TV, eliminating the need for additional devices. The interface is user-friendly, allowing easy access to popular streaming platforms, apps, and services. The TV’s built-in Wi-Fi connectivity ensures smooth streaming and browsing experiences.

    However, I did encounter an issue with the Netflix button on the remote. It sometimes doesn’t respond consistently, requiring multiple presses to activate. While this might be a minor inconvenience, it can disrupt the otherwise seamless experience. It’s worth noting that this issue might be specific to the remote and may not affect the overall performance of the TV.

    The sound quality of the Hisense ULED U6HF Series TV is decent, providing clear and balanced audio. However, for a more immersive audio experience, an external sound system or soundbar is recommended.

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  2. Nick Vendura

    ——————- UPDATE June 17, 2022 ———————–
    I just wanted to come back and clear a few things up since my initial review:
    -First off, I had mentioned that the Google (50U6G1) version of this same TV was $130 cheaper. However, since then, the price has dropped for this TV — by $130. When I got this TV, it was $529 and the Google TV version was $399, which was confusing. However, this TV has now dropped to $399 to match the Google TV version (Kudos to Amazon/Hisense for doing this). I was never quite sure why the Fire TV version was so much more, so good move. BTW, there also is an Android version (50U6G), which is only $348 but it does not include Google TV or Fire TV. At $399, this is a great deal and a no-brainer at this price point. I also want to mention that between the two other models (50U6G1 and 50U6G), the Google TV version (with the “1” at the end of the model No.) has a two-year warranty, while the other (Android) version only has a one-year warranty. This particular model I am reviewing (50U6HF) has a two-year warranty as well. …

    -Second, I am bumping it up one star for two reasons. First off, one of the main issues I had before was the Dirty Screen Effects (DSE), but that has mostly gone away after nearly a week. But if you do have DSE, the best way to deal with it is to turn off the TV for around 30 seconds and turn it back on. Also, the effect will be much less noticeable if you turn down “Local Dimming” and “Local Contrast Enhancement.” while not watching movies/TV shows. I also use this TV as a PC monitor so I keep my dimming and contrast settings on low to medium, which works best for me. YMMV.
    The other reason for giving this TV another star in this review is because of the pricing mentioned in my first bullet point. At $399, this is an awesome value. Again, this also comes with a two-year warranty, which gives some peace of mind.

    ———————ORIGINAL REVIEW on June 11, 2022—————————–
    This one is odd. Some of the features of this Hisense TV are incredible, and at first, it seems to be a great value. However, some features (or lack thereof) are plain head-scratchers, and upon further investigation, the value may not be as great as it appears. I will try to explain. I’ll mix the good with the bad here …

    When I first got this TV, I was blown away by the level of contrast I was able to obtain without light bleeding into darker areas. I was also very impressed with the vividness of the reds, blues and greens. They are really getting VERY close to OLED with these QLED TVs in terms of saturation and contrast. Finally, the 600 nits of brightness is incredible for this price point. The screen can be beautiful at times, and very bright. Furthermore, the matte covering is good at diminishing reflected light.

    And while enhanced features such as local dimming and local contrast enhancement look good while watching content, be aware of (DSE) Dirty Screen Effect artifacting. This is phenomenon in which certain areas of the screen will be darker than others and is extremely noticeable when one color, especially gray, is shown on the screen. This was a very noticeable issue when I first go the TV, but usually powering off he TV, unplugging it for 30 seconds, and then plugging it back in resolves the issue.

    I have a gaming PC and an XBox Series X plugged into this and games look much better than my previous TV, a TCL Roku TV. The colors are brighter, contrast is better and HDR looks outstanding. The variable refresh rate is also a nice feature that allows the TVs refresh rate to match the game’s frame rate to prevent screen tearing and other issues. Latency is also very low in game mode.

    Ever heard of new TV smell? It wasn’t something I was aware of until I bought my last TV and it was very noticeable on this TV. That new ‘burnt electronic’ smell lingered for several days. So much so that I had to burn some candles to mask it.

    First off, this is the first time I’ve ever bought a flat-panel TV with inputs on the left side. I’ve been purchasing flat-panel/digital TVs for 20 years and they’ve always been on the right side. Every. Time. This required me to have to repurchase all new (and longer) HDMI and optical audio cables for every input, and these cables are not cheap.
    The eARC input is a nice touch and allows your TV to “communicate” with your audio device and control the volume, etc. As for HDMI, the website lists the specs at HDMI 2.1, however, my GPU sees it as HDMI 2.0, even though I have a very high bandwidth cable (and tested a few). I was never able to get a full 10-bit HDR and 4:4:4 chroma, so I have to believe these inputs are only 2.0. It even says so in the settings menu (see image).
    TIP: If you want 4K video at 60Hz with HDR content, make sure you get HDMI cables that are rated for at least 18Gbps.

    For a small, flat panel TV, the built-in speakers are some of the best I’ve heard in a TV. I don’t usually use them — I usually opt for a soundbar or receiver — but I tested them out for this review and they sound very nice and would work great in a pinch, or if you don’t have external speakers.

    The remote control is basically just a Fire Stick remote. There are no numbers, no “last” button and no “input” button. Switching from one input to another requires at least three button pushes. The settings feature is very sluggish and can take between 300 ms to 2 full seconds to open on your screen.

    Motion Enhancement option does not exist. They put the number 240 out there as a ploy. The panel refreshes at 60Hz, not 240, not 120. They just conveniently chose the number 240, which just so happens to be a dividend of (divisible by) 60 and is the refresh rate chosen by many top-name monitors and TVs. It’s nothing more than a bogus marketing term. It means nothing. As a matter of fact, this model of TV doesn’t even have a “motion enhancement” setting that many others have, which can interpolate and smooth out frames to give the effect of a higher refresh rate. Nope, nothing to see here, and that’s very disappointing, especially if you’re a gamer.

    I’m not a fan of the Fire TV interface. I really like Google Play and feel very limited by what can be done with Amazon. The “Talk to switch inputs” thing is overrated and underused. The lack of customization is especially annoying to me because I use mine in a home theater PC setup so the HDMI is connected to a PC. There is NO way to label the input as such. This has been an option on all my TVs going back to the mid 2000s. It’s mindboggling that they didn’t include “Computer” or “PC” as an input option — or just allow you to manually name the input.

    There is another model. the 50U6G (look it up and compare) that is spec-for-spec identical to this TV except in one respect: It has Google TV compared with Fire TV. The other difference? It is currently $130 cheaper than this model. Here’s the thing: You could buy that other model and a $40 Fire stick and have — basically — the exact same thing if that’s what you want. However, I fail to see how Fire is worth any more than Google. I would say many people might actually prefer Google for its Play Store, which is the standard for Android-based operating systems. I really have no idea why this TV is priced so much higher — maybe it’s because it’s newer? I don’t know, but it’s not worth the price difference and this is one of the reasons I am rating is so poorly.

    I like this TV. It is missing some features I would like to have, but it also has a great picture. What troubles me is the price. If this were competitive with the Google TV version, I would give this at least 4 stars, I’d still deduct one star for some of the dirty screen effects and poor customization. I may come back and bump up my rating if the TV grows on me and some of the dirty screen effects go away; but for now, it’s pretty average, so 3 stars it is.

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  3. Nick Vendura

    UPDATE: I’m really starting to loathe ever buying this TV. The fact that it shuts itself off after a little more than 10 minutes being paused is so very annoying. When we are watching through Dish, it doesn’t do it but more than half the time we are streaming through the FireTV app and if I pause to go to the kitchen and check dinner or run to the bathroom, or whatever, I usually come back to a black screen. And when I turn it back on I’m back at the Home screen for Amazon Prime and have to navigate to whatever I was watching again. Truthfully, I wish I hadn’t bought this TV. If I could stuff it back into the box and return it, I would. I don’t know if this is the FireTV app that does it or the Hisense TV but I’ll never buy another FireTV. The convenience of easy access to Prime and Prime Channels is NOT worth dealing with this ridiculous “feature”. So consider this issue very carefully before you buy this TV. Don’t end up with buyer’s remorse like us. At some point we will give this thing to Goodwill and buy a regular TV (Samsung) like we should have to begin with. Soon.
    We had a 46″ Samsung tv that we bought 13 years ago. We wanted something to support 4K streaming. We do watch a lot on Amazon Prime so the idea of a FireTv seemed good, theory. I wouldn’t need the old FireTV box or the newer FireTV stick.

    First, we aren’t gamers and we don’t have a surround sound system, we don’t even have our soundbar set up right now. It’s just my husband and I watching a couple episodes of the latest series we follow, or maybe a movie now and then. A 50″ tv is plenty big for us. This one occupies almost the same physical space as our 46″ Samsung did because the FireTV is nearly all screen, narrow bezel/frame. It fits in our entertainment center space perfectly. Something bigger would not but we don’t want bigger anyhow.

    We do notice the increased screen size, it’s nice. The picture is decent. We haven’t yet streamed anything 4K yet. I assume will see a bigger difference there. I’m sure there are much better pictures out there but for a much higher price. This is more than adequate for us.

    We are familiar with the old FireTV remotes. The one that comes with this tv is similar so it was easy to figure out. I’m still acclimating my fingers to using it in the dark though and still press wrong buttons. I’ll get there but it sure would be nice to have lighted buttons. Not bright, just a little glow would help. Also, like someone else mentioned, the rounded back on this remote isn’t a good design. Ya, it feels good in the hand but it doesn’t rest securely on things like the arm of a recliner. It rocks off easily. Also, I find the corners at the bottom of the remote to be uncomfortable in my hand. Why not round the corners a bit?

    I also don’t care for the pre-programmed buttons. Netflix we use. Hulu I sign up for now and then for maybe 3 months then turn it off. I really don’t want a button for it. And Disney, never. I get that those guys probably paid to have their buttons on there but I don’t appreciate them. Not a huge deal, just a comment.

    What really bugs me about this tv is that it shuts off on its own when it’s been paused awhile. I guess it actually goes into a sleep mode or eco mode, not sure. I’ve searched online and apparently this cannot be disabled, or at least the time lengthened. Really?? I’m used to pausing and walking away to check dinner or feed the cats or something and even if I get distracted with other tasks and don’t return to the tv for an hour or more, it’s still paused. Now, I don’t know, maybe 10 minutes max and it goes dark. I hate that! Especially late at night when the house is dark and my husband has gone to bed but I’m still up. I get up to get something to drink, maybe visit the bathroom, then come out to a dark house. I don’t appreciate that feature one bit. I want my paused tv to remain on and paused. To top it off, when I wake the tv back up it’s on the homescreen so that I have to navigate to my program again. Ya, bad design. Really bad.

    The other thing, which may also be in my control to fix but I haven’t worked it out yet, is that our Dish remote sound controls don’t work with this tv (yet). I don’t know if I need to program the remote for this tv. I recall doing that years ago, I don’t know if that’s still a thing, but having to grab the FireTV remote every time we want to adjust the sound isn’t efficient. Again, I’ll look into this more online and maybe I’ll find a solution. If I do, for the headphones too, I’ll post an updated comment.

    Overall, this is a nice tv. Not great, but nice and we like it however, the one thing that makes me wish I bought something else instead is that shut off feature. It bugs me that much that I can’t pause the tv and come back to where I left off when I’m ready. Really poor feature. At the very least, it should be adjustable. If it is, no one else online seems to know it.

    If you don’t mind that shut off thing and you aren’t looking for an expensive bells & whistles tv, this one may be great for you. I think we will replace this one before we have it as long as the old Samsung just because of the shut off but for now we are happy to have a new, slightly bigger tv with a bit nicer picture. We paid about $353 total, with tax, on a deal. Really can’t complain much at that price.

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