When comparing LG UK6300 49" (49UK6300PUE) vs Hisense H9E Plus 55" (55H9E Plus), the Slant community recommends LG UK6300 49" (49UK6300PUE) for most people. In the question“What are the best TVs?” LG UK6300 49" (49UK6300PUE) is ranked 171st while Hisense H9E Plus 55" (55H9E Plus) is ranked 179th. The most important reason people chose LG UK6300 49" (49UK6300PUE) is:
The UK6300 offers a responsive and lag-free gaming experience. It has low input lag and a good refresh rate. The TV has one of the lowest input lags in the market – approximately 11.5 ms. The “Game” and “_PC_” picture modes help achieve this. Moreover, the latency increase while gaming in 4K or HDR is extremely tiny and doesn't go past 1 ms. The TV is great for high-end console gaming. It has a 60Hz native refresh rate and you can game in 4k60Hz if you enable the “HDMI Ultra HD Deep Color” setting.
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Pro Good for gaming
The UK6300 offers a responsive and lag-free gaming experience. It has low input lag and a good refresh rate.
The TV has one of the lowest input lags in the market – approximately 11.5 ms. The “Game” and “_PC_” picture modes help achieve this. Moreover, the latency increase while gaming in 4K or HDR is extremely tiny and doesn't go past 1 ms.
The TV is great for high-end console gaming. It has a 60Hz native refresh rate and you can game in 4k60Hz if you enable the “HDMI Ultra HD Deep Color” setting.
Pro Strong smart TV platform
The UK6300 runs on LG’s webOS. The interface is functional and easy to navigate.
LG Content Store has a wide range of apps, including popular media streaming services such as YouTube, Amazon, Netflix, etc., and many other third-party apps, which are all kept up-to-date.
Pro Good viewing angle
The UK6300 is a good TV for rooms with wide seating because it offers a better viewing angle than other TVs at this price-point. The blacks are consistent at any viewpoint, and the color and brightness shifts aren’t too bad – they become noticeable at moderate angles. Colors shift at 22 degrees, whereas brightness shifts at 27 degrees.
Pro Good for dynamic content
This TV is a great option for fast-paced content such as sports and video games due to the quick response time. This makes sure the content doesn't appear blurred out due to fast movement on-screen. A full pixel color transition on the TV's panel takes 15 milliseconds.
Pro Fair performance in standard mode
The Hisense H9E Plus offers decent performance while dealing with the non-HDR content thanks to its good overall SDR picture quality. The TV reproduces beautiful images that feature relatively bright and accurate colors as well as some pretty deep blacks.
The H9E Plus offers a relatively wide range of vivid and accurate colors. It can reproduce a wide variety of colors thanks to its wide color gamut that measures at around 86% of the DCI-P3 - only the best TVs in this price range can perform on par with the H9E Plus. In the SDR mode, the colors look genuinely bright thanks to the TV's sustained brightness that peaks at around 300 nits.
Regarding its dark scene performance, the H9E Plus performs on par with the best TVs in its price bracket thanks to its ability to reproduce uniform and inky blacks. The dark areas look genuinely dark without losing the detail thanks to the TV's high native contrast ratio that measures at 6000:1. Also, blacks don't look washed out thanks to the TV's high black uniformity that measures at around 1.2 %.
The main interface of the Hisense H9E Plus is free of ads. Additionally, you have an option to opt-out of the suggested content.
The interface features advertisements and suggested content and there is no way to remove them or opt out.
Con Struggles with darkness
The UK6300 can’t reproduce deep blacks and dark room viewing is not too great. This is due to the mediocre contrast ratio, no black uniformity and the lack of local dimming.
The blacks tend to look grey due to the brightness difference between white and black - the native contrast ratio is only 1096:1. Compared to other TVs this is a very low value.
Moreover, the TV has less than ideal black uniformity and no local dimming. The standard deviation for black uniformity is approximately 3%, which, when compared to the much lower percentages of competing TVs, is very disappointing.
Con Lower color resolution
The picture is less detailed and lower in quality due to the RGBW pixel structure, which means that only 75% of the total panel's pixels can produce colors.
Con Poor build quality
In terms of overall build quality, the Hisense H9E Plus resembles an old, low-end TV. The back of the TV is built from soft and cheap plastics and there are no integrated cable routing solutions present in this TV.