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75" TCL 75R615 6 Series 4K UHD HDR Roku Smart LED HDTV EXPIRED

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz (120Hz Clear Motion Index)
  • HDR, Dolby Vision, Roku Smart + WiFi
  • Inputs:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Digital Audio Optical
    • 1x Audio Headphone
    • 1x RF
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This price beats the price of our 47-TU Front Page Deal for the 75" TV from March by $200.

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz (120Hz Clear Motion Index)
  • HDR, Dolby Vision, Roku Smart + WiFi
  • Inputs:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Digital Audio Optical
    • 1x Audio Headphone
    • 1x RF
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75" TV is actually nearly double the screen size of 55". Other than material costs, anything from operating costs, economies of scale, supply/demand.. My guess is that the costs to create a 75" may not be as cost effective as it is for a 55" (since it's not as common).

For example, MicroSD cards - if you look at $/GB ratio, it has a U curve (the cheapest dollar per GB sweet spot is around 64 or 128gb). Smaller capacity cards (or smaller size TVs) will have a fixed cost that doesn't depend on size, and larger capacity cards (or larger TVs) require more special technology to create something on the high end of the spectrum.

Another guess is that there could be an additional markup if the manufacturers want us to see the 75" as a premium or luxury product. 55" at one point was quite expensive and thought to be very large relatively speaking, and now it's become almost a standard size.
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I originally purchased the Vizio p75-f1 a few weeks back but was unhappy with the banding a DSE. I decided to exchange it for the TCL 75 6 series and was honestly really impressed with the picture quality. I've never owned a TCL but heard great things so I thought why not.

I'm not sure if it's just luck but I have no banding or DSE on the TCL and the local dimming seems significantly better. On the Vizio with local dimming on it would create a pulsing effect of bright objects in dark scenes when the camera panned. It was very distracting and the TCL does not have this issue.

I really wanted to like the Vizio based on specs and just how it looks visually with the small bezels but the picture quality was just not great. If anyone else is on the fence my suggestion would be to get the TCL, especially at this price.
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I assume that its a VA panel like almost every other tv so it would have bad viewing angles like almost every other tv. If viewing angle is important the Sony X850F is an IPS screen and priced comparatively when on sale. Ive seen them go for $1300 for the 75"
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How are viewing angles on the 75" ?
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Dont need it but its a great deal. Almost as good as the nu8000 for 1199 several days ago at frys. I could see this tv going under 1k by next year since this model just came out.

By then it would easily be the best tv value for a 75inch screen. The recent rakuten deals for the 55 and 65 are already the best value for those respective sizes.
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How are viewing angles on the 75" ?
I assume that its a VA panel like almost every other tv so it would have bad viewing angles like almost every other tv. If viewing angle is important the Sony X850F is an IPS screen and priced comparatively when on sale. Ive seen them go for $1300 for the 75"
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I assume that its a VA panel like almost every other tv so it would have bad viewing angles like almost every other tv. If viewing angle is important the Sony X850F is an IPS screen and priced comparatively when on sale. Ive seen them go for $1300 for the 75"
Thanks for the info!
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I assume that its a VA panel like almost every other tv so it would have bad viewing angles like almost every other tv. If viewing angle is important the Sony X850F is an IPS screen and priced comparatively when on sale. Ive seen them go for $1300 for the 75"
Sorry to be a bit off topic, but between the X850F, Q7F and this deal which one is considered the best of the bunch?
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Genuine question - why are the price differences between 55, 65, and 75 inch TVs so steep? Like a 55 goes for $350 and a 75 for $1000+
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Genuine question - why are the price differences between 55, 65, and 75 inch TVs so steep? Like a 55 goes for $350 and a 75 for $1000+
75" TV is actually nearly double the screen size of 55". Other than material costs, anything from operating costs, economies of scale, supply/demand.. My guess is that the costs to create a 75" may not be as cost effective as it is for a 55" (since it's not as common).

For example, MicroSD cards - if you look at $/GB ratio, it has a U curve (the cheapest dollar per GB sweet spot is around 64 or 128gb). Smaller capacity cards (or smaller size TVs) will have a fixed cost that doesn't depend on size, and larger capacity cards (or larger TVs) require more special technology to create something on the high end of the spectrum.

Another guess is that there could be an additional markup if the manufacturers want us to see the 75" as a premium or luxury product. 55" at one point was quite expensive and thought to be very large relatively speaking, and now it's become almost a standard size.
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$999 by Black Friday?
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24 months same as cash on a Best Buy credit card..

B&M mortar retailer probably better on this TV due to the huge variance in panels...easier to exchange
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Have they fixed their quality issues yet
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Time to get a price adjustment for the $1499 March Madness deal (30 days for Elite). I love this TV, and I was weary because of the bad viewing angles on my 43" Series 5 TCL but the 75" doesn't have any noticeable angle issues in my setup.
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Might be returning that 43" insignia for this. I really like the smart features on the insignia, but it's a little weak as a monitor.
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Time to get a price adjustment for the $1499 March Madness deal (30 days for Elite). I love this TV, and I was weary because of the bad viewing angles on my 43" Series 5 TCL but the 75" doesn't have any noticeable angle issues in my setup.
How bad are the viewing angles on the 43"? Is it going to be crummy as a monitor? Rtings rates it fairly high in that regard.
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