Hisense L9H TriChroma and L5H Laser Smart TVs with up to 120-inch ALR screens unleashed on US market
Hisense asserts that its L9H Laser TV projector delivers a "lifelike" home cinema experience thanks to in-house TriChroma technology. Now, it has become available to US consumers, touted to deliver 100- to 120-inch images to any media room.
It has arrived in the US alongside the L5H 4K Smart Laser TV, a somewhat more affordable option that still boasts Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos. Hisense (now also the "official TV and Home Appliance Partner of the NBA") asserts that the L9H is any home's ideal next 'main TV' with a triple-laser "light engine" rated to cover up to 107% of the BT.2020 color space.
The L9H is also backed to be more than visible enough in any space of any lighting with a brightness rating of 3,000 lumens, whereas the L5H has one of 2,700 lumens. Nevertheless, they are both sold with ALR screens included for their prices.
They have been revealed as starting at US$3,279.99 for an L5H with a 100-inch ALR back-drop (100L5H), whereas the 120L5H goes for US$3,997.97. An L9H with a 100-inch ALR (100L9H) is priced at US$4,997.97, while the top-end 120L9H option costs US$5,997.97. Those variants are now listed on Amazon, although they are also now available through other vendors such as Best Buy in the US.