Hisense AX5100G Review: Well equipped at a low price

Hisense AX5100G
Hisense AX5100G
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Hisense has ventured into soundbars, in fact, we have already talked about several models that are mostly focused on the mid/low range, that is, they seek to be an option for those who do not want to spend too much or are looking for something simple. However, today we will talk about the Hisense AX5100G that attacks a higher category, obviously the price goes up, but if you want to enjoy great quality it will surely be an option that suits you.

Exterior design of the Hisense AX5100G

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A prudent aesthetic that adds light details so that the complete system can be integrated into any environment

There will not be much to talk about its aesthetics because it is similar to many other models, which is totally normal due to the construction that must follow a pattern in order to transmit sound . As positive points we have a black chassis both in the bar and in the subwoofers, which increases its presence.

You can even perceive a certain elegance with the correct placement. The dimensions allow you to easily adapt the system. We also note that the build quality is relatively good . The negative is simply that there is no difference as such when analyzing other models in terms of the design they have implemented.


It is a complete section due to the connections that it integrates for both wired and wireless use. Let ‘s start with the first thing that allows us to use an HDMI input , an optical audio output , a 3.5 mm Jack and a coaxial input . With these you can connect different devices to improve the sound. You can even send content wirelessly thanks to the fact that it works with Bluetooth 5.0 , yes, it does not have Wi-Fi compatibility, which we want to mention because many say it does.

Sound quality and other features in general

The Hisense AX5100G is designed to be used preferably with televisions up to 65 inches. The bar by itself delivers a maximum power of 160W among its five speakers, which, in combination with the subwoofers, reaches a total quality of 340W to achieve clear sound in any content, improving the experience.

Adding that it integrates technologies such as Dolby Atmos , DTS-X and Dolby Digital Plus , obviously brings other decoders, but these end up being the most interesting. It’s not all about power which in this case will be plenty, but what really delivers the upgrade are modes such as movie, music, news, night, sport and games.

Other notable features

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It is not the most equipped system, but thanks to certain functions you can take advantage of it

Something remarkable about the Hisense AX5100G is that it works with AI EQ Mode , exclusive technology for these sound systems. What it does is an automatic adjustment of the different modes that we mentioned at the top. All this causes the experience to be quite good, in fact, it covers even the smallest space in the room.

After analyzing this system in detail, we can say that it is really worth it if you have a somewhat large television and want to get more out of it with respect to audio. It really is a good option that if you have the possibility you should not miss, although you should look at what you really need to avoid making an unnecessary purchase.

Hisense AX5100G: Pros and cons


  • System color
  • connectivity
  • Sound quality
  • enhancement technologies
  • Price


  • Plain design




Make modelHisense AX5100Gaudio output channels5.1Soundbar mode controlYeahequalization modes

  • Low
  • Movie
  • Music

Subwoofer RMS Power60subwoofer typeActive subwoofersconnection wayWireless and wiredconnectivity

  • HDMI
  • bluetooth
  • optical output
  • 3.5mm jack
  • coax input

RMS speaker soundbar power340number of speakers7Sound Bar Dimensions (H x W x D)60x920x90Subwoofer Dimensions (H x W x D)29.4 x 21.4 x 30.4Sound bar weight2kgSubwoofer weight4kgAccessories

  • Remote control
  • Quick Setup Guide
  • Alternating current
  • optical cable