CES 22> Laser TV Hisense L9G TriChroma UHD 4K HDR, 107% Rec. 2020 and now HDR Dolby Vision and Wisa compatible

Marketed at the end of 2021, the Hisense L9G TriChroma Laser TVs equipped with a triple laser source and a 100 '' (254 cm) or 120 '' (305 cm) screen will welcome new functions in 2022 with HDR Dolby Vision and Wisa compatibility.

In 2022, the Hisense L9G TriChroma Laser TVs will therefore experience two technical developments with HDR Dolby Vision and Wisa compatibility, respectively for image and sound. We must add a third to the level of video performance announced by Hisense to increase with improved brightness (see below) and 107% coverage of the Rec. 2020 gamut (more or less what the human eye sees. ). and no longer just 100% as on the 2021 models. The equipment remains the same with the X-Fusion Laser Light Engine module, exclusive to the brand and based on a triple RGB laser.

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As a reminder, with Laser TVs, based on ultra-short-throw video projector technology, a few tens of centimeters of retraction are sufficient (less than 40 cm) to obtain an image up to 100 '' (254 cm).

Bright peak at 3000 lumens

For the rest, the Hisense TriChroma Laser TV Hisense L9G incorporates a DLP TI chip with a response time of 32 µs, which is 500 times faster than an LCD TV and displays a light peak of 3,000 lumens (against 2,800 in 2021). Like its predecessors, a specific screen (Fresnel type), whose particularity is to absorb ambient light to make room for the projected image, is delivered with the product. Good news, the management of HDR Dolby Vision is part. The same goes for the VidaaU 2022 vintage Smart TV function.

To find out all about the Laser TV concept and Fresnel mirror screens, click on the following link to discover the special report: The ultra-short-throw video projector replaces the TV in living rooms.


On the connectivity side, there are four HDMI 2.0 inputs (including an ARC compatible), a Composite, an optical, two USB ports including a USB 3.0 and an Ethernet port. Likewise, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth compatibility should be required. Precisely, the audio equipment of the TriChroma Laser TV, which has no less than 13 speakers from Harman Kardon in the USA, is branded JBL (owned by HK) in Europe. Dolby Atmos compatibility is there and with Wisa technology, the Hisense Laser TV L9Gs will be able to broadcast TNT sound to compatible, wireless speakers.

Availability planned for the end of 2022. Indicative prices still unknown.