Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Hisense 50DU6070 HDTV Features, Specs and Manual


This Hisense 60 inch HDTV may not have a big name compared to major manufacturers, but it offers a good specifications for cheap money. It has a total resolution of 4K and the ability to upscale any non-HD media content.


Here are some of the features that are worth looking at.

  • 4K Resolution

With 4K resolution of 3840 by 2160, it is worth mentioning especially this is a not a huge brand name especially on HDTV realm. But for the high resolution will come at low price that can easily compete with the big players in the HDTV market of today

  • Smart HDTV

This HDTV can access all major streaming media services like Youtube and Netflix with the help of your home wireless connection access unlimited streaming videos at a simple press of a button on the remote.

  • 120 Motion Rate

Smoothens out the screen transition for much more fluid moving image even on scenes like action movies or sports.

  • 1 USB Input

Built-in usb ports are always useful when accessing media files over your storage devices like usb thumbdrives or external SSD or HDD.

  • 30 Watts Speaker Output

Suprisingly loud enough to fill up the whole room with sound. Good for watching movies or even on gaming consoles.

Technical Specifications

Screen Size
49.5 Inch (Class 50”) LED Backlit
Screen Resolution
3840 x 2160 (2160p)
Viewing Technologies
  • 3500:1 Contrast Ratio
  • Hisense Smart TV
  • 4K Upscaling
Refresh Rate
User Interface
Hisense Smart Interface
Wi-Fi and Ethernet
Built-in Speaker Output Power
2 x 10 Watts = 20 Watts Total
Inputs and Outputs
  • 4x HDMI
  • 1x Composite
  • 3x USB Port
  • Antenna Input
  • 3.5mm Headphone Jack
  • 1x Analog Audio
  • 1x Digital Audio (Optical)
  • 1x Ethernet Port
Dimension (H x W x D)
  • Without stand
    • 25.7 x 44.5 x 3.3 inches
  • With stand
    • 28.3 x 44.5 x 10.1 inches
Total Weight
  • 30 lbs with stand
  • 29.3 lbs without stand
Vesa Wall Mount
200 x 200mm


  • Very Good Picture Quality for the price
  • Speaker output is loud
  • Great value for money for a 50 inch 4K HDTV
  • Easy to setup and the smart user interface is easy to use


  • Some weird color outputs
  • Lack of picture settings
  • It may lag at times


This is the HDTV for budget conscious consumers who don't want to break the bank or make holes on their pockets. It is not as big as the major HDTV manufacturers like Samsung or Sony. But it has plenty of features that can almost do the same. It also has good number of inputs and you can connect multiple devices on the HDTV. Overall I can recommend this HDTV if you are on a tight budget.


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