How to turn subtitles on and off on a Hisense TV

Subtitles can be a really handy feature of your Hisense TV. Whether you're watching an action-packed movie or a dramatic TV show from another country, subtitles in your native language help you bridge the language gap. As a result, you can enjoy more content. But how exactly do you enable subtitles?

In this article, we are going to show you how to enable subtitles on your Hisense TV. You will also learn how to do it on Netflix, Disney Plus and discover more useful information.

How to turn subtitles on and off on a Hisense TV

Here's what you'll need to do to enable or disable subtitles on your Hisense TV:

  1. Press the "Subtitles" button on the remote control. It should be under the "9" key.
  2. This will reveal a window named "Subtitle".
  3. Press the "On" or "Off" button with the arrow key on your remote.

Your Hisense TV also allows you to change the subtitle language. For that, proceed as following :

  1. Press "Quick Menu" on the remote.
  2. Navigate to the menu and scroll down to the "Settings" section.
  3. Press the "OK" button on the remote control.
  4. Go to "System" and press "OK" again.
  5. Head to “Language & Location” and press the “OK” button.
  6. Press "OK" again once you have reached the "Main Subtitle" window.
  7. Find the language of your choice and press “OK”.
  8. Return to the program with the "Exit" button on the remote control.

How to Enable and Disable Subtitles in Netflix on Hisense TV

Before you can enable or disable Netflix subtitles on a Hisense TV, you must first link your device to your profile. Specifically, you need to connect your Hisense Google TV or Hisense TV media player to a Netflix profile.

Follow these steps if the remote contains an [email protected] button:

  1. press the [email protected] button on the remote.
  2. Choose "Netflix" and select the "Member Login" option.
  3. Enter your Netflix account email and password. If you haven't created your Netflix profile, you must first become a member.
  4. Press "Continue".

Your device should now be connected to Netflix.

The process is slightly different if your remote has the All-Apps button:

  1. Press "All Apps" on the remote and select "Netflix".
  2. Choose the “Member Login” option.
  3. Enter your password and email address. Again, set up your account if you haven't already.
  4. Press "Continue" to complete the process.

Finally, here's what you should do if you have a Hisense Roku TV:

  1. Go to your home screen and open "Netflix".
  2. Choose the “Connection” option. If there is no login screen, choose "Yes" when asked if you are a Netflix subscriber. If you haven't set up your account, do so before continuing.
  3. Enter your email address.
  4. Choose “Next”.
  5. Enter your password and tap on the “Login” option.
  6. Select "Start" and your device should be connected.

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If entered successfully, the sequence will allow you to choose between 'Disable', 'Restart' and 'Disconnect'.

After linking your Hisense TV and Netflix, you can finally turn the subtitles on and off. Luckily, you should have no trouble finding this feature with the latest version of the platform:

  1. Launch Netflix on your Hisense TV.
  2. Pick a movie or TV show.
  3. Tap on the “Audio and Subtitles” option in the panel.
  4. Choose preferred subtitles or audio options.
  5. Select the "Back" button to return to the previous panel.
  6. Press "Play" and you're good to go.

You will also be able to access subtitle options as your movie or TV show progresses:

  1. Open Netflix on your TV.
  2. Play a movie or TV show.
  3. While the movie or TV show is playing, press the “up” arrow.
  4. Press the "Dialogue" button. Press the "down" arrow to access the subtitles and audio menu if the button does not appear.
  5. Enable and disable subtitles.

Enabling and disabling subtitles on earlier versions of Netflix is ​​quite similar:

  1. Access your Netflix app on your Hisense TV.
  2. Select and play a movie or TV show.
  3. Use your remote to press the "CC" or "Subtitles" button. Another option is to double tap the arrow button.
  4. Choose “Audio and subtitles”.
  5. Tap "Subtitles" and you can turn subtitles on or off.

How to turn subtitles on and off in Disney Plus on Hisense TV

Disney Plus on Hisense lets you enjoy some of the world's most popular shows, including Mandalorian, Loki, and Star Wars. Even better, you can watch them with subtitles. You can activate them in seconds:

  1. Download and launch your Disney Plus.
  2. Pick a TV show or movie and start playing it.
  3. Press the asterisk button in the app or on your Roku TV remote.
  4. Press your right arrow or press the "OK" button.
  5. Go to the “Accessibility” window.
  6. Scroll down to the "Closed captions" option and press the right arrow to enable captions. To turn closed captions off, press your right arrow until the "Off" button appears.

Where is the CC button on a Hisense remote?

Your Hisense remote should also have a CC button. On most devices, it is located under the “9” key.

On other models, you can find it in the middle section near the red, blue, and yellow keys. The CC button is green. Tap on it and it should open your CC options.

Open the door for hours of fun

Enabling subtitles on your Hisense TV is a great way to enjoy previously inaccessible content. It overcomes the language barrier, allowing you to access the most popular foreign language movies and TV shows. It also works great for clarifying muffled audio and helping you better understand your favorite inputs.

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