The following Hisense TV series include Bluetooth: A6, H55, H65, H8G, H8G1 and the Laser TV series, A6, U6, U7, U8 and U9 series, respectively. It’s easy to enable Bluetooth on your Hisense TV by pressing the Menu button followed by Settings > Network (or Remotes and Accessories) > Bluetooth.
How to enable Bluetooth on your Hisense TV
First things first: before we get into the specific procedures you need to take to get your Bluetooth to function on your TV, check sure the device you are trying to pair is in the mode that allows it to be paired.
I know this sounds obvious but you would be surprised how often people run into this issue.
They have never put their device in pairing mode, therefore the Bluetooth drop down menu on their smartphone does not include their headphones or sound bar as an option.
To put a piece of hardware into pairing mode, the requirements for doing so vary slightly from device to device. For example, in order to get the white light on the Air Pods cover to begin blinking, you have to push and hold the button that is located there.
The method of pairing the vast majority of other devices is virtually identical.
That your device is in pairing mode, to enable Bluetooth on your Hisense TV follow these steps:
Press and hold the Menu button on your remote
Then navigate to Settings (gear icon top right)
Depending on your TV model, from here you will select Network OR Remotes & Accessories
Finally you’ll select Bluetooth (or your TV will already be searching!)
Once you’ve enabled Bluetooth, it can take a few seconds before you hear your audio after turning on the TV.
When you switch on your TV, it sends out a Bluetooth signal, and it takes a few moments before the two devices are able to join successfully. In light of this, you shouldn’t be concerned if, the next time you turn on your TV, you don’t immediately hear anything.
You can also try some of the troubleshooting procedures that I’ve listed below if you’re experiencing any problems connecting your Bluetooth device to your TV.
How to check if your Hisense TV has Bluetooth
Visit the Hisense website and check the specifications of your individual television to see whether or not a certain model of Hisense TV has Bluetooth built in. This will provide the most accurate information possible.
You can restrict the results of your search by using the filters on the left side of the page.
After you have located your TV, select “View Product” to see it. This will bring up a whole page that is specific to your TV and has a lot of information about it.
We are interested in the “SPECIFICATIONS” tab so go ahead and click on that.
You should then be able to find a line item labeled “Bluetooth Support” if you scroll down to the Connectivity section and look for it there.
If it says “Yes,” then you know the answer to that question!
Hisense offers a ton of helpful information regarding your TV in this section, so feel free to look around and explore a little bit. You are able to determine whether or not your television is compatible with voice assistants such as Google Home or Amazon Alexa.
There is also information regarding the reduction of noise, the response time of the television for gaming, and a great deal more
Troubleshooting Hisense TV Bluetooth connection issues
There will be times when you will have trouble connecting your device to the Bluetooth on your Hisense TV.
If you do, don’t panic. The following are some of the most typical solutions that you should attempt to remedy. None of these need more than a minute or two of your time and are simple to put into action:
Try disconnecting and forgetting your Bluetooth device from your Hisense TV before attempting to re-pair it.
For the next minute and a half, keep your Hisense TV unplugged from the wall. To turn the TV on without it being plugged in, press and hold the power button for ten seconds. This will power cycle your TV and reset all of its settings completely.
You will need to power down the device you’re attempting to pair, then power it back up again.
You should keep a distance of no more than 10 meters (or 30 feet) from your Hisense TV at all times. This is the maximum distance that Bluetooth can transmit. During the setup process, you should also try turning off any other Bluetooth devices that may be nearby. Sometimes the interference caused by these other gadgets can be rather significant.
The best way to reset your router or modem is to unplug it, wait sixty seconds, and then plug it back in. Check that your Hisense TV is able to successfully reestablish its connection to the WiFi network.
Ensure that the most recent Firmware version is installed on your Hisense TV.
Verify that the Bluetooth device you’re attempting to connect is operating with the most recent version of the Firmware.
If, after attempting all of these solutions, you are still having problems with the Bluetooth on your Hisense TV, you should seriously consider getting in touch with Hisense’s customer care team.
Do Hisense TVs come pre-loaded with Bluetooth?
There are Bluetooth choices for the majority of Hisense’s main TV classes, including the U6, U7 and U8 series as well as the A6, A60 and the H55/H65/H8G/H8G1/H9/Laser TV.
Use the Menu button, followed by Settings > Network (or Remotes & Accessories), and then Bluetooth to choose your Bluetooth device on your Hisense TV.
It’s only a matter of checking if the device you’re trying to connect is in pairing mode.
When in doubt about whether your Hisense TV supports Bluetooth, you may always check the SPECIFICATIONS on the Hisense website, search for your specific TV, and then see.
You’re in luck if the Connectivity section says Yes!
I’d love to hear from you if you run into any problems throughout the installation process. If your Hisense TV does not have Bluetooth, please let me know in your remark and provide the model number.
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