Do Hisense TVs Have Bluetooth? (YES, Here’s How to Pair)

Marc Ray

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Yes, most of the latest Hisense TVs do offer Bluetooth, and in this guide, I will explain how to pair your external audio devices with your Hisense TV via Bluetooth.

When it comes to smart TVs, Hisense makes some of the best and most reasonably priced options on the market. Hisense TV Bluetooth is an additional feature that smart TV consumers are anticipating.

Do Hisense TVs Have Bluetooth?

Hisense is one of the few smart TV manufacturers that offers Bluetooth capability in various models.

The following is a comprehensive list of all Hisense TV models that are Bluetooth-enabled:

Hisense A4-A9 Series
A4-A9 Series
Hisense Laser TVs
Laser TVs
Hisense H-Series
Hisense U-Series

If your Hisense TV is from one of the series mentioned above, it probably has Bluetooth connectivity.

If it doesn’t belong to any of the mentioned series above, then don’t worry because we will discuss other solutions.

Pairing Your Bluetooth Device with Your Hisense TV

Pairing Your Bluetooth Device like airpods and Bluetooth speakers with Your Hisense TV

Whatever you wish to pair with your Hisense TV, from a soundbar to speakers to AirPods to your smartphone, the pairing procedure is the same.

Although the pairing process can be the same from your Hisense TV end, it can be different from the other device end because the procedures for entering pairing mode on various devices might vary.

So, you have to go through your device’s manual to put it into pairing mode, and I am going to pair my Airpods with my Hisense TV.

For my AirPods pairing procedure, I will put them back in their case and press and hold the setup button for 5-10 seconds.

AirPods pairing buttons

You may activate Bluetooth on your Hisense TV after your device is in pairing mode. Follow these steps:

  • Turn on your Hisense TV and go to the Menu
  • Select Settings.
  • Then go to Network or Remotes & Accessories. (Depends on the model of your TV.)
Tap on Networks
  • Finally, you can select Bluetooth, and it will start searching for the available devices nearby.
Tap on Bluetooth
  • Select the Bluetooth device you want to connect with your TV. (In my case, I will select my Airpods.)

That’s it; your device will be connected to your TV.

Fixing a faulty Hisense TV’s Bluetooth connection

Sometimes, you may have difficulties pairing your device with the Bluetooth on your Hisense Smart TV.

Fixing a faulty Hisense TV's Bluetooth connection

The most typical solutions are listed below. All of them can be implemented in under two minutes and are very simple:

  • If your Bluetooth device won’t connect to your Hisense TV, try removing it and re-pairing it.
  • If the device you’re trying to pair is already turned on, you’ll need to restart it before pairing again.
  • Remove the power cord of your Hisense TV from the outlet for 30 seconds. Plug it back in and turn it on, then try pairing.
  • Ensure your device is in the 30-feet zone of your Hisense TV. This is as far as it can go in terms of Bluetooth’s range.
  • Get the most up-to-date Firmware for your Hisense TV.
  • Get the most up-to-date Firmware of the device you are trying to connect to your TV.

If your Hisense TV’s Bluetooth still doesn’t work after attempting all these troubleshoots, contact Hisense customer care.

What to do if your Hisense TV doesn’t have Bluetooth?

There are two possible ways to do that for now:

  1. You can buy a Bluetooth Transmitter.
  2. You can use Audio-Out ports on the back of your Hisense TV.

1. Bluetooth Transmitter for Hisense TV

Bluetooth Transmitter for Hisense TV

Any device (like a Hisense TV) without built-in Bluetooth functionality can be turned into a fully functional Bluetooth device by connecting it to a Bluetooth transmitter.

The back of your Hisense TV has an Aux input and a USB port, both of which may be used to connect a Bluetooth transmitter.

Back of your Hisense TV has an Aux input and a USB port

Here are the three best Bluetooth Transmitters you can buy:

  • Avantree Oasis Plus: Oasis allows you to connect more than one Bluetooth device simultaneously. It’s Aux and USB compatible.
  • ZIIDOO: This transmitter uses aptX Low Latency for lag-free stereo sound transmission and reception. This transmitter only works with Hisense TVs with headphone jacks.
  • 1Mii ML300: This one is my favorite since it’s affordable and has all the latest features, including multiple device connections at a time. It connects to the headphone jack on the back of your Hisense TV.

2. Use Audio-Out Ports


This method applies to External Speakers and Soundbars only. Using this method, you will not be able to connect true wireless devices like Airpods or Samsung Buds.

All Hisense TVs have a Digital Audio Out port on the back that can connect External Speakers or Soundbars.

Digital Audio Out port on the back that can connect Bluetooth

The most important thing to do is check the Bluetooth device’s connection settings to ensure it can communicate with the Hisense TV’s audio out jacks.

For your Bluetooth device to work with your TV, you’ll need a Digital Audio-Out Port (As shown in the image above) )and a red-and-white Analog port on the device you want to connect. With this in hand, you’ll be able to establish a solid connection.


These days, no modern smart TV would be complete without Bluetooth. You’ll need this if you want to use a Bluetooth device with your smart TV. Thankfully, the majority of Hisense TVs are Bluetooth-enabled.

A Hisense TV can be connected to other devices through Bluetooth, but only if the TV’s Bluetooth feature is turned on. This guide should assist if you own a Hisense TV and want Bluetooth to connect a wireless device.

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