Hisense TVs have become quite popular in the market. These TVs are pocket-friendly without compromising quality and technology. While very economical, there has been a specific pattern of complaints regarding displaying, dimming, and control issues. If your Hisense TV keeps dimming, then this guide is for you.

Although Hisense is one of the best manufacturers of Smart TVs, like all other smart brands, Hisense TVs also have one or two technical issues. Most of them are related to your TV’s display and often only need troubleshooting to fix, and repair is not always necessary.

One of the most common complaints that have been noted is with the display. Although the quality is good, some users complain that their Hisense tv keeps dimming. Read on to find out why this happens and how to fix it. 

Why does my TV get darker while watching?

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It can be challenging to focus if your TV automatically changes brightness. Not only does it irritate eyes, but the focus is also lost when suddenly the screen becomes dark, and after a few moments, it is light again. Constant brightness changes make it difficult for eyes to adjust to the screen, making watching TV tedious.

The following might be one of the reasons why your Hisense tv keeps dimming:

  • Brightness Settings
  • Manually Changing Settings
  • Contrast Enhance
  • Eco Mode

Brightness Settings

This issue is usually found in new TVs as initially, they operate on factory settings until the user configures settings according to their requirement.

You can easily set the screen brightness by doing the following:

  • Go to the setting panel of the TV. You can either search it manually or directly press the ‘settings’ button on the remote.
  • After this, a drop-down menu will appear select display settings, and from here, you can adjust screen brightness.

Manually Changing Settings

Sometimes, you might need to change picture settings manually depending on your viewing content. You can also change these settings by going to the video section in ‘settings’. You can change settings and view other options related to the video display.

Contrast Enhance

Contrast enhance or Dynamic enhance is a setting in the display panel that changes brightness according to the displayed scene. When this setting is ‘ON’, as soon as the scene becomes dark, the brightness also dims down to make dark areas appear darker. Similarly, as the scene changes to a bright scene, screen brightness also increases to accommodate that.

This might be turned ‘ON’ in the factory setting, so if you want to focus on the details of the picture, then you need to turn it ‘OFF’ in the display settings.

Eco Mode

Some models of Hisense TV have a new mode, i.e., the ‘Eco Mode’, which adjusts screen brightness according to the light in the surrounding environment.

As evident from the name ‘Eco’, the concept is to save power. When the Hisense Smart TV software notices that the surrounding environment has become dark so, to save power, the screen’s brightness is reduced. Once the room is well lit up, the screen’s brightness automatically increases as well.

Depending on the model, you can switch off Eco Mode by the following steps:

  • Going to the ‘Settings’ option
  • Find the ‘Power’ option in the settings tab
  • Turn off the ‘Low power mode’, which turns off the Eco Mode, and fix the dimming issue.

Why does my TV get darker and lighter?

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Despite being one of the emerging brands that provides one of the best Smart TVs, these complicated setting options make it difficult for some users. In terms of providing the best display experience with variations, the Hisense TV display option has become complicated.

These options are: ‘Black Tone’ and ‘Black Detail’. These two options work in opposite dimensions. With ‘Black Tone’, the dark areas on the screen appear darker and vice versa in the case of the ‘Black Detail’ option.

When turned ‘ON’, these options make the picture details challenging and lower the visual experience.

How do I keep my Hisense TV from dimming?

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Depending upon the model of your Hisense TV, you can explore various options in the settings panel to find the reason behind why your Hisense tv keeps dimming.

  • Locate either the ‘Menu’ button or in some remote control there is a ‘Settings’ button as well. Alternatively, you can navigate to the ‘settings Tab’ manually on the screen as well.
  • A drop-down menu will be shown, select the ‘Picture’ option.
  • From here, you can explore various display options like ‘Dynamic’, ‘Mild’, or ‘User’ mode.
  • Choose the option that you find suitable.

Alternatively, in some Hisense models, there is a ‘Picture’ option even on the remote control, which on pressing change mode depending upon the options available. Doing so will save you from the hassle of navigating settings manually. 

Conclusion

Hisense TV is a famous brand because it provides hi-tech smart TVs in an economical range without compromising quality. Most of the possible reasons why your TV keeps dimming are things that users of smart TVs encounter. You can find simple and quick solutions to the issue in this guide. Hopefully, these have answered why your Hisense tv keeps dimming.

After buying Hisense TV, it is recommended that the users change the setting according to their requirements and liking. Doing so will save time since if any manufacturing faults exist, these can be fixed within the warranty period. However, if the problem still does not solve, it might be better to seek help from Hisense Customer Support before the issue prevails.

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Over 10 years of experience working as a technical support engineer. Highly skilled in fixing any technical issue, including app configuration and account setup, gaming errors, television problems, and any other electronics-related issue.

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