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Who makes the RCA's?
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Pretty cheap tv, and I like that it has component input. I can't find much info on this rtu6549, but the sceptre with android tv built in is not much more money.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Sceptre.../133339965
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Who makes the RCA's?
According to the listing the manufacturer is CURTIS INTERNATIONAL LTD...so...yeeeaaah.

For what it's worth I bought a 55" RCA 4K set a few years back and the picture was fine. The power supply wasn't properly shielded though so you got noise when using audio out.

As someone else said, with other options from more reputable brands being only $30 to $50 more I wouldn't risk it.
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Curtis International is the current RCA trademark holder and distributor.

CEC Panda and SUMEC are the current licensed manufactures a.k.a. the lowest bidders.
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Sadly RCA is the absolute bottom of the bucket these days. I'll take the TCL or Sceptre for a few bucks more every day. Hell even Onn brand.
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Pretty cheap tv, and I like that it has component input. I can't find much info on this rtu6549, but the sceptre with android tv built in is not much more money.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Sceptre.../133339965
What are you hooking up via component to a 4k TV?
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Pretty cheap tv, and I like that it has component input. I can't find much info on this rtu6549, but the sceptre with android tv built in is not much more money.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Sceptre.../133339965
Why do you need component for a 4k 65 inch tv? It will look like garbage
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According to the listing the manufacturer is CURTIS INTERNATIONAL LTD...so...yeeeaaah.

For what it's worth I bought a 55" RCA 4K set a few years back and the picture was fine. The power supply wasn't properly shielded though so you got noise when using audio out.

As someone else said, with other options from more reputable brands being only $30 to $50 more I wouldn't risk it.
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Curtis International is the current RCA trademark holder and distributor.

CEC Panda and SUMEC are the current licensed manufactures a.k.a. the lowest bidders.
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What are you hooking up via component to a 4k TV?
Legacy systems like the og xbox, gamecube, wii, ps2 or stuff like that. It is the best image for your old analog stuff here in the states. I have component for my sega genesis, but my older sceptre wont do 240p through component. It is a nice option when some models seemed to have phased them out to save on cost. I know hyperkin makes hdmi adapters for some of those systems, but the image quality is not as good plus lag...
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This is a crap TV. Buyers beware. Backlight failure galore with this one. Save your money.
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Legacy systems like the og xbox, gamecube, wii, ps2 or stuff like that. It is the best image for your old analog stuff here in the states. I have component for my sega genesis, but my older sceptre wont do 240p through component. It is a nice option when some models seemed to have phased them out to save on cost. I know hyperkin makes hdmi adapters for some of those systems, but the image quality is not as good plus lag...
Lol You can emulate sega genesis on any 10 year old android for free. 0 lag plus you can actually render it way past what the console could ever achieve
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Sadly RCA is the absolute bottom of the bucket these days. I'll take the TCL or Sceptre for a few bucks more every day. Hell even Onn brand.
I have tcl and have had no problems.
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