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75" TCL Class 5-Series 4K UHD QLED Dolby Vision HDR Smart Roku TV Expired

$700
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Best Buy has Select TCL Class 5-Series 4K UHD QLED Dolby Vision HDR Smart Roku TVs on sale below. Shipping is free.

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    • This offer (75S555) is $400 lower (36% savings) than list price
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    • 1-year limited warranty
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TCL 75" 5-series (S555) 4K UHD HDR QLED Roku TV $699.99 (Free Shipping)
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/tcl-75-class-5-series-4k-uhd-qled-dolby-vision-hdr-smart-roku-tv/6514548.p?skuId=6514548#anchor=productVariations [bestbuy.com]

65" @ $499.99...
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55" @ $369.99...
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Rtings S555 Series Review: 8.0/10
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...-2022-qled

Key Specs:

Resolution: 3840x2160 ( 4K UHD )
Refresh Rate: Native 60Hz (Natural Motion 240)
HDR Format: Dolby Vision, HDR10, HDR10+, HLG
Backlighting: Full Array w/ Local Dimming
WCG and 600+ nits Peak Brightness
Supports: VRR, eARC, ALLM
Adjustable Stand Width on 75" (2): 27.8" or 57.3"
Adjustable Stand Width on 65" (2): 27" or 50.2"
Adjustable Stand Width on 55" (2): 22.7" or 42.3"

Ports:
4x HDMI
1x USB 2.0
1x Ethernet
1x RF Input
1x Digital Audio Optical
1x Headphone
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Vizio M7 75" was a front page deal recently for the same price. The TCL fares much better on rtings.com with an impressive mixed usage score of 8.0. The M7's mixed usage score of 7.7 suffered mostly due its sports and TV show ratings.
It would be hard to know. The thing to remember is if you enjoy the image quality, does anything else matter? The sites that review these are doing side by side comparisons, using measuring devices, etc. General consumers are just doing the eye test with a single device in front of them. We have a 4 series and older 6 series (P607). After tweaking settings, it is really hard to tell the difference with general viewing in comparable viewing environments (night time). The 6 series is in our basement so there is rarely much light to compete with, but the 4 series is on the main floor in a room with a ton of windows. Even when we had them reversed, the sun shining directly on either TV impacted things more than the technical differences between the two.

Just make sure you tweak picture settings (at a min, take it off eco mode), and my guess is you will be pleasantly happy. That advice holds for whatever TV people buy - they usually come on a power saving mode that impact brightness.
I find it funny when people compare TV's in general… just buy what your disposable income allows you to that meets your expectations of use. No one should tell you what your own use case would be for a TV. If you're in front of your TV all day then buy a top of the line Sony or LG OLED. If you're a gamer then get a 120htz tv. If you just watch sports then buy a 77-85" tv. For the kitchen, gym, or garage - save some money and get a smaller 4k from a cheaper brand. If you only watch tv from time to time then get any 4k 55"-70" decent tv like Vizio, TCL, Hisense, etc. most importantly for all of these occasions take warranty into deep consideration from retailers like Costco.

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Vizio M7 75" was a front page deal recently for the same price. The TCL fares much better on rtings.com with an impressive mixed usage score of 8.0. The M7's mixed usage score of 7.7 suffered mostly due its sports and TV show ratings.
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01-23-2023 at 04:58 AM.
01-23-2023 at 04:58 AM.
I had the TCL 6 series in my old place. Will I notice a difference here?
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01-23-2023 at 06:04 AM.
01-23-2023 at 06:04 AM.
Quote from Saleem :
I had the TCL 6 series in my old place. Will I notice a difference here?
It would be hard to know. The thing to remember is if you enjoy the image quality, does anything else matter? The sites that review these are doing side by side comparisons, using measuring devices, etc. General consumers are just doing the eye test with a single device in front of them. We have a 4 series and older 6 series (P607). After tweaking settings, it is really hard to tell the difference with general viewing in comparable viewing environments (night time). The 6 series is in our basement so there is rarely much light to compete with, but the 4 series is on the main floor in a room with a ton of windows. Even when we had them reversed, the sun shining directly on either TV impacted things more than the technical differences between the two.

Just make sure you tweak picture settings (at a min, take it off eco mode), and my guess is you will be pleasantly happy. That advice holds for whatever TV people buy - they usually come on a power saving mode that impact brightness.
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01-23-2023 at 06:25 AM.
01-23-2023 at 06:25 AM.
Quote from FaithfulHamster1779 :
It would be hard to know. The thing to remember is if you enjoy the image quality, does anything else matter? The sites that review these are doing side by side comparisons, using measuring devices, etc. General consumers are just doing the eye test with a single device in front of them. We have a 4 series and older 6 series (P607). After tweaking settings, it is really hard to tell the difference with general viewing in comparable viewing environments (night time). The 6 series is in our basement so there is rarely much light to compete with, but the 4 series is on the main floor in a room with a ton of windows. Even when we had them reversed, the sun shining directly on either TV impacted things more than the technical differences between the two.

Just make sure you tweak picture settings (at a min, take it off eco mode), and my guess is you will be pleasantly happy. That advice holds for whatever TV people buy - they usually come on a power saving mode that impact brightness.

My Samsung (7~ years old but top of the line at the time) came on a power saving mode that dynamically adjusted the brightness but the sensor or software was awful because the brightness was just constantly changing like every 10-15 seconds. Awful.
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01-23-2023 at 07:00 AM.
01-23-2023 at 07:00 AM.
Quote from Saleem :
I had the TCL 6 series in my old place. Will I notice a difference here?

6 series has the Mini Led, will be brighter and review shows overall much better picture quality as well. And don't forget 6 series has high fresh rate as well.
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01-23-2023 at 09:48 AM.
01-23-2023 at 09:48 AM.
Is the is a newer model? I bought TLC with GoogleTV last year and it sucks. I put Roku Ultra in it but the TV goes to a deep sleep where I have to unplug it to be able to turn it on again. I'm guessing it's a software problem since I never had a problem with roku tvs. Dont buy TVs with googleTV unless its a high end tv with good processor in it.
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max1001
01-23-2023 at 10:32 AM.
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Quote from MellowStew6247 :
Vizio M7 75" was a front page deal recently for the same price. The TCL fares much better on rtings.com with an impressive mixed usage score of 8.0. The M7's mixed usage score of 7.7 suffered mostly due its sports and TV show ratings.

Depends on what you are watching. Most ppl stream their media these day and you will barely see a difference btw mid to high end range on those format.
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01-23-2023 at 10:33 AM.
01-23-2023 at 10:33 AM.
Not a true 120hz panel. Bummer !
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01-23-2023 at 10:33 AM.
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This or Hisense u6h?
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Depends on what you are watching. Most ppl stream their media these day and you will barely see a difference btw mid to high end range on those format.
What does that have to do with what I'm saying?
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01-23-2023 at 10:44 AM.
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Dang. My 5 Series 55" return policy just lapsed. Otherwise 75" for this price is a steal. If you're ok with 60hz this deal can't be beat.
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