Why is my Hisense TV’s picture mode constantly changing?

The picture mode on a Hisense TV may constantly change due to several reasons, such as the “Adaptive Contrast Ratio” (ACR) feature, “Ultra Smooth Motion” settings, “Noise Reduction” settings, “MPEG Noise Reduction,” or a “Dynamic” option that constantly adjusts the screen.

To fix this issue, try the following:

  1. Turn off the ACR feature.
  2. Set the picture mode settings to “apply to all sources.
  3. Disable any “Dynamic” or “Adaptive” options in the settings.

On the other hand, some users have reported that turning off the PIP (Picture-in-Picture) mode resolved the issue.

Or you can simply factory reset your TV!

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