Hisense H65A6200 65" 4K TV

Updated: Jun 2, 2019

The Hisense A6200 is the company’s latest mid-range model, and offers everything you would expect from a modern 4K TV: a direct LED backlight, High Dynamic Range (HDR), a Smart TV hub, and an extensive selection of video streaming services à la Netflix, Amazom Prime etc.


*The Hisense H65A6200 65" 4K TV was reviewed using hardware provided and sent to us by AO.

The Hisense A6200 isn’t the most eye-catching design in terms of aesthetics, but the screen size on the H65A6200 is. A gigantic 65-inches of screen means that it will be the center point of your living room (if you can fit in there, that is).

The chassis is constructed of black plastic, whilst the matching bezel has a brushed metal effect to offset the general minimalism of the design.

If you're not wall-mounting, then the A6200 sits on a pair of feet that match the rest of the design, and are located at either end of the screen. That means you’re going to need a surface at least 980mm wide in order to place the A6200 down to watch some Netflix.


The connections are somewhat standard, with two HDMI inputs at the side and one HDMI input facing downwards. There are two USB ports, along with a satellite tuner, a CI slot, an optical digital output, composite video input, and an analogue input, along with an Ethernet port and built-in WiFi.


The bundled remote is, well, boring, but has all the buttons you’ll need to control the TV, and the layout is intuitive, whilst being comfortable to hold, and it’s easy to use with one hand. There are also dedicated buttons for Netflix, YouTube, Prime and Freeview Play.

The large 65-inch screen is benefited by the LEDs directly behind the panel, with great colour contrasts, and native black levels are very good thanks to the use of a VA (Vertical Alignment) panel.

There’s no game mode either, but as the A6200 comes with a 24ms input lag, it really doesn't matter, making it a great choice for gamers.

The deep chassis on the Hisense A6200 is mostly to house the direct LED backlight, but because of this, there’s more space in the TV for larger speakers.


As a result, the H65 A6200 sounds very good for a 65-inch TV, with 7W of amplification for each speaker, and whilst not as good as a dedicated speaker set-up, it's more than enough for watching TV, Movies or playing games.

Review Overview

Hisense H65A6200 65" 4K TV

Summary : Hisense are an often overlooked company when it comes to TV's, but whether that's the snobbish videophiles scoffing at the 'budget' nature the company aims for, the products themselves often excel and sometimes out-perform the more big name rivals, and in this regard, the H65A6200 is no exception.

The Hisense H65A6200 65" 4K TV was reviewed using hardware provided and sent to us by AO.


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