Hisense 120-inch L5F Laser Cinema TV
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Hisense 120-inch L5F Laser Cinema TV Unveiled and it’s a Monster

Earlier this week I got hands-on time with the 88-inch and 100-inch Hisense Laser TV. These two displays were already huge and Hisense is making them even bigger now with the new 120-inch L5F Laser Cinema TV.

But the size bump is not the only big change in this year’s range. Hisense is also tweaking a few specs across the board to improve the overall usability and feature set of the Hisense 120-inch L5F Laser TV.


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For starters, the set comes with Android TV pre-installed which is a change from the usual OS that runs on the current models. This is a big step in the right direction for Hisense as it opens up the device to even more apps and possibilities.

As for the Hisense 120-inch L5F Laser TV specs, the company says the L5F utilizes a blue laser light source to create razor-sharp, precise images. This also helps disperse unwanted light on the panel and offers a more natural viewing experience. Hisense says the new technology can reach 2,700 lumens and span billions of colours.

Hisense 120-inch L5F Laser Cinema TV

The new 4K UHD DLP technology in the display boasts technology only seen in cinemas by replicating the same Texas DLP Theatre Technology. Of course, the Hisense 120-inch L5F Laser TV includes a 120-inch ambient light-rejecting screen that can be set up in almost any room thanks to its light-dispersing technology that reduces bloom and glow from background light sources.

  • Smooth Motion: The Digital Micromirror Device (DMD) reacts faster to movement than LED or OLED, creating fluid motion unsurpassed any other display technology. MEMC Technology further aids in motion enhancement, resulting in the ideal scenario for smooth and precise movement in sports, fast-action movies, gaming, and more.
  • Built-In Speakers Featuring dbx-tv®Embedded 30W speakers provide superior audio performance, and the award-winning audio offered by dbx-tv digital audio technology delivers rich, detailed sound.
  • Built to Last: X-Fusion™ laser light technology provides up to 25,000+ hours of entertainment without the need for replacing a bulb.

Hisense says the tech also packs HDR 10 and HLD coding, and the true-to-life colour accuracy reaches up to 83% of DCI-P3.

The Laser Engine is a breakthrough in TV product development, redefining the way that TVs can present images, and leading the next generation of display technology. The L5’s blue laser light source produces razor-sharp, precise images with stunning detail, all while avoiding unwanted light dispersion, offering a more natural viewing experience. Fast-moving images appear smooth and precise, making it the ideal source for watching sports, enjoying fast-action movies and gaming.

The Hisense 120-inch L5F Laser TV is now available in the US starting at $4,999. At the moment, there’s no local pricing or release date for the display. You can find out more on the official Hisense site here. If you do live in the US, the display is available from Amazon, BeachCamera.com and Vanns.com

Marco is the owner and founder of GLITCHED. South Africa’s largest gaming and pop culture website. GLITCHED quickly established itself with tech and gaming enthusiasts with on-point opinions, quick coverage of breaking events and unbiased reviews across its website, social platforms, and YouTube channel.

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