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Hisense A6G vs. Toshiba C350

The A6G and C350 are both entry level television sets that came out in 2021. So, which of these budget-friendly TVs is better when it comes to playing games on the PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and other game consoles?

You can find out in this comparison guide between these Hisense and Toshiba products.

Quick Summary

When compared to the Hisense A6G, the Toshiba C350 has a slightly brighter HDR output although neither of these two can get bright enough to properly show off the advantages of HDR. The C350 also has slightly lower input lag than the A6G.

With that said, the A6G has a slightly better contrast.

If you are interested, you can purchase either of these entry level televisions on Amazon with the following links:

Hisense A6G vs. Toshiba C350 Comparison Chart

You can check out Seeking Tech’s comparison table for the A6G and C350 below.

 Hisense A6G 4K Ultra HD Android Smart TVToshiba C350 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV
Screen Sizes43" (43A6G)

50" (50A6G)

55" (55A6G)

58" (58A6G)

60" (60A6G)

65" (65A6G)

70" (70A6G)

75" (75A6G)

85" (85A6G)
43" (43C350KU)

50" (50C350KU)

55" (55C350KU)

65" (65C350KU)

75" (75C350KU)
HDMI PortsHDMI Port #1: HDMI 2.0

HDMI Port #2: HDMI 2.0

HDMI Port #3: HDMI 2.0

HDMI Port #4: HDMI 2.0
HDMI Port #1: HDMI 2.0

HDMI Port #2: HDMI 2.0

HDMI Port #3: HDMI 2.0

HDMI Port #4: HDMI 2.0
Legacy Consoles SupportAntenna/cable tuner

Composite input via included adapter
Antenna/cable tuner

Composite input
Native Contrast1,088 to 11,007 to 1
HDR FeaturesDolby Vision

HDR10

HLG
Dolby Vision

HDR10
HDR Real Scene Peak Brightness203 nits233 nits
HDR Peak 2% Window266 nits271 nits
HDR Peak 10% Window268 nits275 nits
HDR Peak 25% Window268 nits274 nits
HDR Peak 50% Window268 nits275 nits
HDR Peak 100% Window268 nits275 nits
HDR Sustained 2% Window266 nits270 nits
HDR Sustained 10% Window268 nits275 nits
HDR Sustained 25% Window268 nits274 nits
HDR Sustained 50% Window268 nits274 nits
HDR Sustained 100% Window268 nits275 nits
HDR ABL0.0010.001
Native Refresh Rate60 Hz60 Hz
Adaptive SyncNoneNone
Input Lag at 1080p resolution and 60 Hz refresh rate (Game Mode Enabled)10.5 ms10.0 ms
Input Lag at 1440p resolution and 60 Hz refresh rate (Game Mode Enabled)10.5 ms9.8 ms
Input Lag at 4K resolution and 60 Hz refresh rate (Game Mode Enabled)10.5 ms9.8 ms
Input Lag at 4K resolution, 60 Hz refresh rate and 10-bit HDR (Game Mode Enabled)10.6 ms9.9 ms
Input Lag at 4K resolution and 60 Hz at 4:4:410.7 ms117.1 ms
Input Lag at 1080p resolution and 60 Hz refresh rate (Game Mode Disabled)55.0 ms117.6 ms
Input Lag at 4K resolution and 60 Hz refresh rate (Game Mode Disabled)44.2 ms117.1 ms
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Screen Sizes

You can take a look at the available screen sizes, as well as their model numbers, below:

Hisense A6G:

  • 43″ (43A6G)
  • 50″ (50A6G)
  • 55″ (55A6G)
  • 58″ (58A6G)
  • 60″ (60A6G)
  • 65″ (65A6G)
  • 70″ (70A6G)
  • 75″ (75A6G)
  • 85″ (85A6G)

Toshiba C350:

  • 43″ (43C350KU)
  • 50″ (50C350KU)
  • 55″ (55C350KU)
  • 65″ (65C350KU)
  • 75″ (75C350KU)

HDMI Ports

The A6G and C350 each comes with four HDMI 2.0 ports.

For the uninformed, the PS5, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S support HDMI versions of up to 2.1.

Legacy Consoles Support

As for older consoles, these Hisense and Toshiba televisions come with an antenna/cable tuner. The A6G also comes with a composite input adapter while the C350 also comes with composite input.

As a result, you should be able to connect your NES, Super NES, Nintendo 64, PS1, PS2, Master System, Genesis, Saturn, Dreamcast and Xbox to both of these TVs.

Native Contrast 

According to tests conducted by RTINGS.com, the A6G has a native contrast of 1,088 to 1, which is slightly better than the 1,007 to 1 native contrast of the C350.  

HDR Features

You can find the supported HDR features for these products below:

A6G:

  • Dolby Vision
  • HDR10
  • HLG

C350:

  • Dolby Vision
  • HDR10

HDR10 is a format used by the PS4, PS4 Pro, PS5, Xbox One S, Xbox One X, Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X.

The more advanced Dolby Vision format is currently only being used by the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X.

HDR Brightness in Game Mode

When it comes to playing HDR videogames using the game mode settings of these televisions, the C350 has a slightly brighter output than the A6G.

According to tests done by RTINGS.com, the A6G can reach 203 nits while the C350 can reach 233 nits when a HDR-enabled game is being played. Both of these specs are way below our recommended 500 nits minimum if you want to properly highlight HDR.

You can check out RTINGS HDR brightness test results for the A6G and C350 below:

HDR Real Scene Peak Brightness

  • Hisense A6G: 203 nits
  • Toshiba C350: 233 nits

HDR Peak 2% Window

  • Hisense A6G: 266 nits
  • Toshiba C350: 271 nits

HDR Peak 10% Window

  • Hisense A6G: 268 nits
  • Toshiba C350: 275 nits

HDR Peak 25% Window

  • Hisense A6G: 268 nits
  • Toshiba C350: 274 nits

HDR Peak 50% Window

  • Hisense A6G: 268 nits
  • Toshiba C350: 275 nits

HDR Peak 100% Window

  • Hisense A6G: 268 nits
  • Toshiba C350: 275 nits

HDR Sustained 2% Window

  • Hisense A6G: 266 nits
  • Toshiba C350: 270 nits

HDR Sustained 10% Window

  • Hisense A6G: 268 nits
  • Toshiba C350: 275 nits

HDR Sustained 25% Window

  • Hisense A6G: 268 nits
  • Toshiba C350: 274 nits

HDR Sustained 50% Window

  • Hisense A6G: 268 nits
  • Toshiba C350: 274 nits

HDR Sustained 100% Window

  • Hisense A6G: 268 nits
  • Toshiba C350: 275 nits

HDR ABL

  • Hisense A6G: 0.001
  • Toshiba C350: 0.001

Native Refresh Rate

The A6G and C350 are both 60 Hz televisions, which mean that you can play games at a maximum of 60 frames per second at in the 1080p, 1440p and 4K resolutions.

Adaptive Sync

Neither of these entry level TVs support adaptive sync, which is designed to eliminate frame rate stutters and screen tearing.

Adaptive sync is referred to as FreeSync for AMD graphics cards, GSYNC for NVIDIA graphics cards in addition to Variable Refresh Rate for the PS5, Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X consoles.

Input Lag in Game Mode

When game mode is enabled, the C350 has a slightly lower input lag than the A6G at the 1080p, 1440p and 4K resolutions according to tests done by RTINGS.com. With that said, the differences are less than 1 millisecond apart.

Both of these televisions are considered to be excellent when it comes to latency reduction as the input delays are far below our recommended upper limit of 30 milliseconds.

You can find RTINGS’ input lag test results for the A6G and C350 below:

1080p resolution and 60 Hz refresh rate (Game Mode Enabled)

  • Hisense A6G: 10.5 ms
  • Toshiba C350: 10.0 ms

1440p resolution and 60 Hz refresh rate (Game Mode Enabled)

  • Hisense A6G: 10.5 ms
  • Toshiba C350: 9.8 ms

4K resolution and 60 Hz refresh rate (Game Mode Enabled)

  • Hisense A6G: 10.5 ms
  • Toshiba C350: 9.8 ms

4K resolution, 60 Hz refresh rate and 10-bit HDR (Game Mode Enabled)

  • Hisense A6G: 10.6 ms
  • Toshiba C350: 9.9 ms

4K resolution and 60 Hz at 4:4:4

  • Hisense A6G: 10.7 ms
  • Toshiba C350: 117.1 ms

1080p resolution and 60 Hz refresh rate (Game Mode Disabled)

  • Hisense A6G: 55.0 ms
  • Toshiba C350: 117.6 ms

4K resolution and 60 Hz refresh rate (Game Mode Disabled)

  • Hisense A6G: 44.2 ms
  • Toshiba C350: 117.1 ms