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TCL 75" Class (74.5" Diag.) 4K Ultra HD Roku LED LCD TV COSTCO $1499

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This seems to be the normal price of this impressive TV now.

Looking for any feedback before I pick one of these up. Have been looking at 65" but would love the extra 10" laugh out loud

https://www.costco.com/TCL-75-Cla...Kw8QLNfFDI
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Last Edited by Buckeyefan 1 February 1, 2018 at 08:39 PM
Some picture settings to try out:

For cable/satellite TV:

TV Brightness: Brighter
Picture Mode: Normal For Roku apps, use Vivid

Advanced Picture Settings:
Dynamic Contrast: high for Roku apps, turn off
Backlight: 100
Brightness 42
Contrast 100
Sharpness 66
Color 55
Tint 0
Color Temperature cool

Depending on your room, tweak from here. Some may prefer a normal color temperature to cool, but it will decrease the peak brightness and whites of the set.
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That's what she said...
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4 years warranty? I am in!!!
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My thoughts exactly, but I chose to leave that comment out of my post. Applause
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not good when she says that!laugh out loud
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maybe more sales on the way, new models out. https://www.theverge.com/circuitb...n-ces-2018

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This year's revision of the P-Series has been renamed to the TCL 6 Series. It's got a much more stylish matte, metal design, there are more local dimming zones, and it comes in the 65-inch model that was first promised a year ago. That model will have 120 local dimming zones, while the 55-inch 6 Series will have 96 zones. The original P-Series had 72 zones, so both of these models should see improved contrast and less blooming. TCL also says the 6 Series reaches a higher peak brightness than the P-Series. Hopefully it will also maintain the very low input lag that gamers including myself appreciate.
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So no 6 series 75 inchers? I want to upgrade from 55" to 75" but not sure if I wanna buy a Costco membership for this posted deal.
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C Series no local dimming.
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I can't speak to this exact model, but I own 4 TCL Roku TV's and have no troubles.
They range in size from 40" to 55" the ones I have and the picture is stellar on the 4k 55" as well as the older 1080 models. The Roku interface has been fantastic! From Netflix to NFL Sunday ticket I have all my fav apps easy to access and speedily open. From Costco I add the square trade extended warranty, I am not a believer in extended warranties but on these large TV's and the cheap price of warranty thru Costco your guaranteed, on this tv anyways, 7 years of use! I looked into TCL before my first purchase and found they have been around a long time, a big name brand in china, and have built TV's for American brands for years who then place their names on tv. They now want to push into the USA market under their own name now and recently completed a Billion$ panel factory in partnership with Samsung where they can crank out high quality screens. Samsung owns 10% of factory TCL 90%. Consumer reports have given many excellent reviews on TCL, such as "can you get a better picture with another tv? Yes, fractionally better and for many hundreds $ more". Bottom line IMO, these are great TV's, and you generally get a little more than what you pay for. Add extended warranty if worried and pull the trigger.
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The model says C803, my guess that's just the Costco version of C807, because TCL website shows C807 for $1999 MSRP and no mention of C803.
So not that great of a discount.
Here's the rtings review of the TV:
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...-2017-c807
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This was $1399 just prior to Christmas, and has been $1499 ever since. Promo expires 2/4, or when TVs are gone.

I've debated on this one, as the only thing missing b/w this and it's 807 cousin model is the enhanced remote. On the surface, that's not a biggie until you realize that the 803 has an IR remote, and purportedly has a very weak IR signal compared to the RF of the 807. Additionally, this does not come with the audio embedded port to listen w/headphone direct from the remote, nor can you program your hot buttons. In other words, it's a dumb remote w/a weak signal.

I can't justify paying $500 more for the 807 model, but I sure don't want to drop $1500 on a crappy remote that won't send a signal to the TV. Yeah, I know... it has a great app I could use for listening and could program a universal remote, yada yada yada. That's why I'm still debating :-)

** I've owned 6 diff TCL Roku TVs and couldn't be happier. I had 1 set damaged during relocation, and wa still under warranty. Repair guy was all "oh, TCLs are a no name piece of crap, blah blah, until he cracked open the case and a big fat SAMSUNG panel was waiting behind the frame. I just sat there and was all "wut did u say??"
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Was $100 cheaper holding out until superbowl week not a member but could be worth the cost of the membership card to get the extra warranty .Don't understand the concierge service or how much it costs but it looks like it would ad 2 years service + 2 more years if you pay with Costco credit card so that would be 5 years all together? Does it have local dimming? It's on my short list along with Sony 850E.
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Just be aware you have to have use a Costco Visa card to extend the warranty two years for the 2 +2.
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