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Hisense Announces Two New Smart TVs

By November 29, 2012

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Hisense, the most popular TV brand name in China, and fifth largest maker of TVs worldwide, has teamed up with Walmart just in time for the holidays with two new entries into its Smart LCD TV line-up, the 50K366W and 40K366W. Both TVs incorporate full 1080p native screen display resolution, LED edge lighting, 3 HDMI inputs, a USB port, and built-in Wifi connectivity for access to both internet streaming content (including Netflix, Vudu, and YouTube), and content stored on DLNA compatible devices.

The differences in the two sets are that the 50K366W features a 50-inch screen size and 120Hz refresh rate, while the 40K366W comes with a smaller 40-inch screen and 60Hz refresh rate.

For more details, read the official announcement from Hisense, and also check out both the 50K366W and 40K366W Official Product Pages. The sets are currently available at select Walmart store locations. Image Provided by Hisense.

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March 14, 2013 at 5:13 pm
(1) Nushi says:

There are only two outputs for sound on the 40-inch. One is for Coaxial, and the other is for headphones; that’s it.

So, if you purchase the 40″ LED, then you will need to source your video to the television, and source your sound separately to an external audio output, like a receiver, soundbar, or computer speakers. In order to actually receive surround sound, it is recommended to source to a receiver that is capable. Getting sound from your 40″ LED will not lead you in the right path. Oh,well, when we upgrade, I will have a decent computer monitor.

December 28, 2013 at 6:34 pm
(2) Carl says:

I just got the 40inch TV for X-Mas. The picture is amazing and the sound was good. I was told that this company makes parts for Samsung, but cant say for sure.

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