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TCL - 43" Class - LED - 4 Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR Roku TV-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 952 reviews

95%
would recommend to a friend

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    TCL is from RCA

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    JTCIII
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    • My Best Buy® Member

    The price was right on this TV and I have been happy with the picture quality. The ROKU addition and 4K enabled me to cut out cable and do some future proofing with 4K.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Works great

    Posted
    Dawn
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    • My Best Buy® Member

    Love my tv. I have no cable but get all my stations with the roku app. Lots of movie's.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Value

    Posted
    Wesley
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    Bought this for my parents and they are very pleased with it, as am I. For a moderate sized screen, the color and clarity are very good. As with most TVs of this type the picture, when viewed to the side, is not as good as straight on, but simply sit in front of it and there is no problem. The one knock is having to move beyond the Roku options to get directly to the cable service.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Good value

    Posted
    Hector
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    I was a little skeptical that a 4K TV going for $260 would be as good as advertised, but after using it I really don't have any complaints. The picture looks gorgeous in 4K and the selection of available apps rivals any other smart TV on the market. The picture doesn't looks quite as good when watching cable, but I'm guessing that has more to do with the digital box being garbage.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great TV for the price

    Posted
    Mike
    • My Best Buy® Member

    The TV is great. Perfect image for someones bedroom. Kind of difficult to watch for cable though, but image gets a little blurry. Better used for Netflix, Hulu, internet, etc.. . Overall great TV for the price.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great TV. Pleasantly surprised

    Posted
    DAYRYDER

    I was in the market for a TV because I purchased a gaming system (PS4 Pro) for my daughter and wanted a 4K television so that the graphics and game play were fully supported and realized. I, quite naturally, started looking at the big three: Sony, Samsung and LG. Then considered Sharp, Toshiba and Insignia. Keep in mind, I was trying to get a TV on a budget because I just spent $400+ on a console and it was going in a 14 year old teenager's room. Most of what I looked at from a specs perspective were more or less similar in terms of Toshiba, Sharp, Insignia, Westinghouse, Vizio and LG. One important feature that I wanted was the TV to have 120hz refresh rate to keep up with the speed and graphics of the console. On the recommendation of a friend, I took a look at the TCL line of TVs. He had nothing but good things to say about a 65" he purchased. I saw this particular TV on the shelf and the picture looked very good but I also know that stores tend to run a network or stream content to their TV sets at very high quality so that they look good on the shelf. At $259.99, I figured it was a worth a shot and if I didn't like it, I had a 14 day return policy to fall back on. Unboxing the TV, it was packaged in the box upside down. Not sure if this is the way they all ship but I thought that it was a bit strange. In the box, the remote, TV legs with screws to mount them, electrical cord, instructions and batteries were included. PROS: 1. Plug and play - after you plug it in, menus are self explanatory and walk you thru every step. If you have wireless internet and cable, there are a few more steps and time you're going to need but still pretty easy to do. I didn't hook this TV up to cable but it's hooked up wirelessly to the internet and a coaxial cable is screwed into the back of the TV for local channels. 2. 3 HDMI ports - a lot of TVs in this size category skimp on the amount of ports you get. I've the PS4 plugged into one and a Amazon Fire Stick plugged into the other. I've a extra HDMI cable plugged into it as well and I'll be using that one to plug in her laptop so that she can replicate what's on the screen to the TV CONS: 1. Not a fan of where the VESA mounting holes are placed. The 4 holes are positioned on the lower part of the TV so if you're wall mounting it (which I did), it sits slightly higher on the mount. It's not a jab at the quality of the TV but consider this if you intend to wall mount it. I've done a few TVs before and they tend to have the VESA mounting holes in the center. 2. Finish - Definitely a lot of plastic, which I expected at this price point. I also think that the feet/legs should have been the same color as the TV cabinet. Not sure why they decided to make them silver and the TV black. I wall mounted my TV but this may be something for a nit picky, color matching, interior decorator types to consider. 3. The remote -It's ok. Small, which most are these days. The dedicated buttons for Netflix and Direct Now are cool but it's a bit weird the have the volume buttons on the right side edge of the remote. Buttons aren't backlit either but at this price it's understandable. So there you have it. For those considering this TV, if you need a solid 4K option for an extra room in the house, as a gaming TV or transitioning from an older tube TV or non-smart set, this is a good option. Others that already have 4K TVs or that want a larger TV may want to consider another brand but before doing that, look into the larger sizes TCL sells. They have a few more options at different price points so I would imagine that those TV sets are more feature-rich.

    I would recommend this to a friend