Do Hisense TVs Have Bluetooth? (YES, Here’s How to Connect…)
Of all the TV brands on the market today, Hisense may have the most Bluetooth-enabled options. Nearly every TV they make comes Bluetooth enabled.
Do Hisense TVs Have Bluetooth?
Yes, the following Hisense TV series have Bluetooth: A4H, A6, A60, A6G, A7, H55, H65, H8, H8G, H8G1, H9, Laser TV, U6, U7, U8 and the U9 series. To enable Bluetooth on your Hisense TV press the Menu button then Settings > Network (or Remotes & Accessories) > Bluetooth, and then select your device.
How to enable Bluetooth on your Hisense TV
Before we lay out the exact steps to follow to get your Bluetooth working on your TV, ensure that the device you are trying to pair is in pairing mode!
I know this sounds obvious but you would be surprised how often people overlook this simple step.
They don’t see their headphones or sound-bar in the Bluetooth drop-down menu because they never put their device in pairing mode.
Every device requires something slightly different to get it into pairing mode. Air-pods, for example, require you to press and hold the button on the case until the white light starts blinking.
Most other devices follow a similar pairing process.
Let’s get started! Now that your device is in pairing mode, enable Bluetooth on your Hisense TV by following these steps:
1. Press and hold the Menu button on your remote
2. Then navigate to Settings (gear icon at the top right)
3. Depending on your TV model, you will either select Network OR Remotes & Accessories
4. Finally, select Bluetooth (or your TV may already be searching!)
Once you’ve enabled Bluetooth, it can take a few seconds before you hear any audio after turning on the TV.
That’s because when you turn your TV on, it’s sending a Bluetooth signal that takes a moment before it connects. So it’s totally fine if you don’t hear anything right away the next time you turn on your TV.
If you’re having any issues connecting your Bluetooth device to your TV, go ahead and try these troubleshooting steps detailed below.
How to check if your Hisense TV has Bluetooth
The easiest way to confirm whether a specific class of Hisense TV has Bluetooth or not is to visit the Hisense website and check the specifications of your exact television.
You can use the filters on the left-hand side to narrow down your search.
Once you’ve found your TV, click “View Product.” This will pull up a full page dedicated to your exact TV with all the details.
Look for the “SPECIFICATIONS” tab and click on it.
Next, if you scroll down in the Connectivity section, you should see a line item for “Bluetooth Support.”
If it says “Yes”, then you have your answer!
Hisense provides a lot of interesting info about your TV here, so feel free to poke around a bit. You can determine if your TV is integrated with any Voice Assistants, like Google Home or Amazon Alexa.
There are also details about Noise reduction, TV response time for gaming, and much more!
Troubleshooting Hisense TV Bluetooth connection issues
Occasionally you’ll run into some issues getting your device to connect to your Hisense TV’s Bluetooth.
If you do, don’t panic. Here are some of the most common fixes you should try. They take no more than a minute or two and are easy to implement:
Option 1: Remove/Forget your Bluetooth device from your Hisense TV and try re-pairing it
Option 2: Unplug your Hisense TV from the wall for 60 seconds. While unplugged, press and hold the power button on the TV for 10 seconds. This will power-cycle your TV and fully reset it.
Option 3: Turn off the device you’re trying to pair and then turn it back on again.
Option 4: Ensure you are no more than 30 feet (10 meters) away from your Hisense TV. This is the max range for Bluetooth. Also, it could be helpful to turn off any other Bluetooth devices that are nearby while you work through this setup. These other devices can often create too much interference.
Option 5: Reset your router/modem by unplugging it, waiting 60 seconds, then plugging it back in. Make sure your Hisense TV successfully reestablishes its WiFi connection.
Option 6: Make sure your Hisense TV is running the latest Firmware.
Option 7: Confirm the Bluetooth device you’re trying to connect is running the latest Firmware.
If, after trying all of these fixes, you’re still having issues with your Hisense TV’s Bluetooth, you should consider contacting Hisense support directly.
Yes, most Hisense TVs come with Bluetooth enabled out of the box!
The majority of Hisense main TV classes, A6, A60, A6G, H55, H65, H8, H8G, H8G1, H9, Laser TV, U6, U7, U8 and the U9 series, have Bluetooth options.
To enable Bluetooth on your Hisense TV, click the Menu button, then Settings > Network (or Remotes & Accessories) > Bluetooth, and select your device.
Just double-check that the device you’re trying to connect is in pairing mode.
If you’re not entirely sure whether or not your Hisense TV has Bluetooth, you can always visit the Hisense website, search for your exact TV, and then review the “SPECIFICATIONS.”
If, under the Connectivity section, it says “Yes”, then you’re in luck!
Hopefully, you were able to successfully enable Bluetooth on your Hisense TV. I’d also love to know if your specific Hisense TV doesn’t have Bluetooth. Feel free to email me and include the model name.