Hisense TV Dimensions Guide (True Length and Width of All Sizes)


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Whether purchasing a new Hisense TV or trying to learn more about your current model, the exact dimensions of your TV help decide what size is best for you where to put it in your home. TV sizes are usually listed as diagonal measurements of the screen, but your TV’s length, width, and height are just as important to know.

You could calculate the exact measurements of your TV based on screen size and dimension ratios, but that seems like a lot of math. Luckily, you don’t have to do it! This article contains the true dimensions of all Hisense TVs and helpful information about picking the best TV size and stand for your needs.

True Dimensions of All Hisense TVs

The true length and height of Hisense TVs have a dimension ratio of 16:9, and the width of Hisense TVs is about 3-4 inches for all models. Hisense TVs come in sizes (AKA diagonal screen measurements) ranging from 32 to 85 inches.

These are the most popular Hisense TV sizes and their true dimensions (without a stand):

Size (Diagonal)Length (inches)Height (inches)

The above measurements are perfect for determining what size TV is right for you and where you can mount it in your home. It’s also important to consider your Hisense TV’s weight if you’re going to mount it.

Width of Hisense TVs

The width of Hisense TVs is about 3-4 inches and varies based on which series your TV belongs to. This means that not every TV of the same size has the same width, and just because the screen is bigger does not necessarily mean the TV will be thicker. The exact width of specific Hisense TV models can be found under “specifications” on the Hisense website.

Hisense TV Dimensions with Stand

If you plan to use a stand for your Hisense TV rather than mounting it, some dimensions will vary slightly from those listed above. 

A stand adds 2 to 4 inches of height and 6 to 12 inches of width to your Hisense TV. The length of your TV is unaffected by adding a stand. Here is an example of how adding a stand affects a TV’s dimensions:

TV sizeLength (inches)Height (inches)Width (inches)
55” (without stand)48.528.23.9
55” (with stand)48.530.710.2

It is important to use a stand that is compatible with your Hisense TV to ensure that it is stable and your TV is not damaged. Dimensions and details about which stand to use with your TV can be found here.

Finding the Size of a Hisense TV

If you already own a Hisense TV but don’t know what size it is, it’s easy to find out by following these steps:

  1. Go to your TV settings
  2. Scroll down and select “support”
  3. Select “system info” then “about”
  4. Find the TV model number 

The first two digits of your TV’s model number are its size. For instance, if the model number is “75U7G”, your TV is 75 inches when measured diagonally. You can use this measurement to find the dimensions of your TV using the table above. 

If you are considering purchasing a new Hisense TV, you can find its size listed under “specifications” on the Hisense website.

How to Pick a TV Size

It’s generally true that bigger is better when it comes to TVs, but when buying a new Hisense TV, there are a few factors to consider for optimal viewing pleasure before throwing money at the biggest option available.

A good rule of thumb is that the larger a TV is, the further back it should be viewed from. Think about sitting in the front row at a movie theater versus the back or middle row. If your TV is too large for your space, you may find it difficult to view the whole picture at once, but you may miss out on details if it’s too small.

You should consider getting the biggest screen that you can view comfortably in the available space. A basic guideline to follow is that your viewing distance should be at least 1.5 times the diagonal measure of your TV screen. Here are some examples of what that looks like:

Screen SizeMinimum Optimal Viewing Distance
32 inches1.0 foot
55 inches6.9 feet
75 inches9.4 feet

If you want to invest in the largest TV possible, you can take steps to maximize the viewing distance in your home, such as mounting your TV instead of using a stand (which can add up to 12 inches of width) and arranging furniture at a comfortable viewing distance from the screen.


The listed sizes of TVs are a diagonal measurement across the screen, but the length, width, and height are equally important when it comes to finding the right fit for you. Knowing the optimal viewing distance will help you find the perfect size Hisense TV for your space.

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