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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing Picture Quality Even Among The Giants

    Posted
    shroomage

    This review is pretty long and contains my personal opinions on the TCL R615 TV, including my personal recommendation regarding the purchase of this TV. Design/Install (9/10) I have to say that I wasn't crazy about the way this TV looked when I'd seen pictures posted on Rtings and various other review sites and videos. To me, the tv looked too thick and the brushed aluminum just didn't appeal to me. I'm happy to say that I was dead wrong about the design, because I absolutely love it. It definitely won't be the thinnest TV you've ever seen, but this TV feels QUALITY. The brushed aluminum feels great and solid. The TV is heavy and just doesn't feel cheap in any way. Installing the legs is as simple as you would expect, and can be oriented the way it is show in the display pictures or the legs can be oriented inwardly, saving space for smaller tables. The only drawback of this TV comes from having only 3 HDMI ports. My Sony Bravia TV from a couple years ago has 4 HDMI ports. However, all 3 HDMI ports are HDMI 2.0 compatible, which is great! Plugging in all your media is incredibly user friendly and the Roku TV will walk you through the process if you need it! Sound Quality (N/A) I truthfully haven't spent much time listening to the audio on this TV. I plugged my sound bar into it right away. However, I have heard a little bit, but nothing to give a full review on. To my ear, it actually sounds better than you would expect from a TV in this price range and if you can't afford a sound bar or some other sound system, I think you will be happy with the audio on this TV. I'm not giving this TV a sound score because I don't think that would be fair to the TV. Also, I'm sure you're not looking to buy a new TV based on the best internal speakers! Smart TV Features: (10/10) This is obviously a Roku TV, so if you've used Roku before, then you know it is an excellent smart TV system. I previously had a Roku stick and really liked it. I have been using Android TV for the past 2 years and I can't tell you what an upgrade Roku TV is over Android TV. Android TV lags like crazy and makes looking for content a chore, whereas Roku TV makes everything feel snappy and effortless. Roku has pretty much every cord-cutting app you could want, so i see no reason why you shouldn't love the Roku platform. The only issue I've had with the Roku platform is with the Youtube app. I have pretty fast internet at 150 Mbps and can cut through streaming content with no problems. For some reason, the first Youtube video i played on the Roku Youtube app took quite a while to load and buffered for a while before reaching 4k HDR. I'm not 100% it was the youtube app or if it was my internet, but just something to mention. Every Youtube video i played after the initial video streamed flawlessly, so don't even worry about it. I also love that the Roku Youtube app does have HDR support so you can fully experience the highest quality videos on Youtube! Picture Quality (9/10) For me, there was quite a bit of hype surrounding the picture quality of this TV. I had heard excellent things about last year's model being one of the best pictures at the price point, and how it could compete in some ways with more expensive and premium TV's. As I waited for this TV to come out, I began to get extremely excited knowing that we would be getting an upgrade of last years model. After this TV was released I read everything I could about the picture quality because my local Best Buy does not have this tv on display. After reading positive and negative comments on best buy, Amazon, etc., and reading/seeing countless reviews, I decided to pull the trigger. My wife and I went to Best Buy a couple days ago to see if the TV was on display, but it wasn't unfortunately. While looking around, we couldn't help but be amazed at the amazing picture quality of the LG OLED and Samsung QLED monsters. They were just so vibrant and had amazing contrast that I was questioning whether or not I should save up and try to buy one of those TV's. I decided that I really couldn't ever justify spending $3,000+ on a TV, so I took a chance and purchased the TCL 65 inch. I started running tests and calibrating the TV as soon as I got it plugged in and set up. The first thing I noticed was the ridiculous black levels! I read countless reviews talking about the black levels, but they did not do this TV justice. Look, it's not quite OLED black, but it is really really close. When this tv displays anything that is black, the TV looks like it is turned off in those areas because of the Full Array Local Dimming feature of this TV. I could talk about it all day, but you really have to see it to believe it! The colors on this TV are amazing and when viewing 4k HDR content, this TV really shines. It is not as bright as the Samsung QLED TV's, but it gets really bright and HDR really stands out on this TV. I Know you can get better HDR than this tv allows, but you will need to pay a substantial amount of money to get it. As far as the brightness goes, there were times while watching the Dolby Vision previews that my eyes actually hurt from viewing the content, so brightness really isn't and issue! After viewing the LG OLED's and Samsung QLED's I can honestly say that the picture quality is in the neighborhood of those TV's. I would equate it like this: If you've ever owned a gaming PC, you know there are more powerful video cards to make your games look extra beautiful, but is 10-15% power increase equal to a 50% or more price increase, and I say no. This TV probably has a 10-15% degraded pictured compared to those super high end TV's, but is a 10-15% decrease in performance equate to a 50% or more price increase for the super high end TV's? I would definitely say NO. This TV gives you crazy bang for the buck and there is no reason to not buy this TV. I have heard of vertical banding issues and various other screen imperfections from other users, but they have not showed up in my TV. I would never discount those issues, but if you look at the unsatisfied customers here on Best Buy, you will see that TCL is reaching out to make it right with those people. If you made it to the end of this review, then you already know you should buy this TV.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great TV At a Great Price - Sweet Picture, Sound..

    Posted
    Rhongomiant
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I've been looking at this TV for a while and I'm glad I was finally able to get one. The Best Buy model is 65R15, but it's 65R17 everywhere else. The only difference I can find is the 65R15 comes with an IR remote without voice control. Not sure why Best Buy prefers that, maybe it was a target price point issue. The difference between the two models is $30, but maybe it was more initially. I remember when the MSRP for the 65R17 was $1099 and I think the 65R15 was $999 back then. I have only used the TV one week, but I will say that the picture quality is amazing. I was concerned about SD and HD content being grainy, but that content displays great, at least as good as my other SD and HD TVs. 4k (not HDR) content displays better than my other 4k TVs. This is my first HDR TV and it is amazing especially the advanced HDR content. This is not a full array local dimming TV and my guess those TVs may display some content better, but I'll tell you that I haven't seen anything yet and after opening it, I watched a good amount of SD, HD, 4K, HDR, and advanced HDR content especially scenes that would show off quality or issues and I have no complaints. The best to show the amazing picture quality of this TV so far was Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. It was much better than when I watched it in 4k without HDR. For a lot of people, maybe most, you might not even notice a difference between HD, 4k, 4k HDR10, and 4k HDR Dolby Vision for many shows. There might be a scene here or there that would show off these features. However, there will be some shows with a lot of scenes to show it off. I'm a big fan of fantasy and SciFi movies and shows, so there is lots of opportunity for great scenes. Picture quality is great, the sound quality is pretty good for TV speakers, the build quality seems great, and the TV looks nice. I was able to get my cable box to control it and with that remote I can control power (on/off), volume (up/down/mute), and input. For input you have to keep pressing the input button to change source and then stop pressing the input button to select the input. This is the norm for cable box remotes controlling TVs. Being able to control it with my cable box remote is really great when we just want to watch cable TV. One thing to note is that it has feet close to the edges, so you'll need to have a wide stand or get a VESA mount that can handle this TVs size, weight, and VESA specs. I have had one issue. A few days ago everything seemed to be working until I played a video and then I would get audio and subtitles, but not the video content. It was the same for 4k, HD, and SD and I tried Vudu, Netflix, and Amazon. I could navigate the Roku screens, load an app, navigate the app, but playing a video had the described result. Going into settings and choosing the restart option fixed the issue. My guess is something was messed up with it's ability to decode HDCP content. I have the fast start option enabled, so when I turn the TV off and on, it's usable in seconds. This means that the Roku and likely other components are just going to sleep or hibernating rather than shutting down and fully booting. Hopefully, this will be rare. My only complaints are really with Roku. 1) Remote Mess: Roku has way too many remote configs and their lack of consistency between remotes is ridiculous. Some remotes that can control a TV have volume controls, but not mute while others do. Since the remote that comes with the 65R15 doesn't have voice controls, I paired a spare Roku Ultra remote that does. It did pair with this TV, but I wasn't sure it would because it won't pair with Roku Stick+. The Ultra remote is technically better than the one that comes with the 65R17 because it has the game buttons, but the Ultra remote doesn't have mute. I would love to know the technical reason for excluding the mute button. Another thing with Roku remotes. The ones that support TV controls, should have an input control button. Doesn't help me much if the TV input isn't on the Roku, but I can turn it on and control the volume. It's really silly. An extension to the remote mess is there are other buttons like sleep, game mode, etc listed in the documents for this TV, but none of the remotes have them. I've seen those options on LG Roku TV remotes though. I don't know if it's a marketing thing, a pinching pennies thing, or some other ridiculous reason for this mess, but they need to get a sensible group of people to make remote decisions with a directive to get to fewer remotes, sensible reasons for the differences, and more compatibility across devices. 2) Private Listening with HDMI Inputs: This doesn't work. I've read some reasons why elsewhere, but the reality is there is not technical reason why this worn't work. It's a mater of making it work. If they can introduce a delay for sync with any app, then they can do it with HDMI content, they just have to add the tech which has been around for a long while and is pretty cheap. There are devices that can take SPDIF output and transmit it wireless, bluetooth or whatever. Rather than traditional bluetooth, Roku could transmit the audio to the phone or remote. This would be a lazy approach because it couldn't backup the content so no audio is lost. The devices I mentioned work pretty well, but it could be a use at your own risk. The problem with doing it the right way, likely has more to do with fees related to being able to store and playback content with HDCP encryption. These TVs are pretty low cost, but a small price bump to support this would be worth it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing TVC for an Amazing Price

    Posted
    Gadgetman
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I recently remodeled my basement and decided to include a mini theater setup as part of the project. That meant time for a new TV. So I spent considerable time researching big screen TVs and came across one recurring theme with the published reviews of various brands; that the TCL 6 series 55" and 65" sets were perhaps the best under $1000 sets on the market. I finally jumped on the TCL bandwagon a few weeks ago when Best Buy put the 65" version on sale for $799, almost $200 off the retail price. I guess I somewhat took a leap of faith based on the reviews because I wasn't actually able to personally audition the set in person due to the fact I was travelling at the time and decided I had better order online so as not to lose out on the sale price. The reviews weren't wrong. This TCL set is the best value dollar electronics purchase I have ever made. So what's to love about this set? Pretty much everything. The visual quality is simply stunning. I see no evidence of banding, no DSE (Dirty Screen Effect), and no perceptible vignetting in the corners. Out of the box calibration was very accurate, though I did make a few advanced adjustments based on published suggestions from other sources. Stylistically I find the design of the set quite attractive, with the display panel being framed by a very thin, unobtrusive, aluminum bezel. I don't utilize the on board speakers as I have a Onkyo NR676 surround receiver hooked up to blast out the sound; but, I would say based on my brief use of the on board speakers before hooking up my Onkyo that they sound better than other TV speakers that I have experience with. What is also nice about this set is that in incorporates all the cutting edge technology and standards that sets that one would want to have to future proof their new TV purchase at this time, including: Dolby Vision and HDR10, Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby Atmos, along with HDMI 2.0 w/HDCP 2.2 and ARC. The inclusion of built in Roku OS is quite nice too and is a very good value add. The Android Roku application seems to control the TV fine as well, although I’m not a big fan of using my smart phone to run the TV. Is there anything I don’t like about the set? Not much. Certainly nothing that would advise against giving 5 stars. I have the unit connected to the internet wirelessly and find that it is a bit slow (compared to my other internet wireless devices) making a connection each time it is turned on. Not a critical issue though, it’s just minor blip. I think a more in-depth user manual would be welcome. The documentation is pretty skimpy on setup; a neophyte might find it a bit daunting to configure settings for things like ARC. Also, I would prefer not having to use the online Roku application to access the advanced settings. Some reviewers have complained about the Roku remote not being wireless and not having voice control; the non-Best Buy specific model has both, but at a higher retail price. This remote control gripe I think is inconsequential. One can buy an enhanced wireless Roku remote with voice recognition, if those features are deemed critical, for under $40 and pair it with the set to get the same functionality. Supposedly the set can be controlled via Google Voice, but I have not fiddled around yet to see how that works. I don’t presently have a compelling need for the enhanced Roku remote functions or Google Voice support because I use a Harmony 665 remote to control all my home theater devices: TV, receiver, and 4K blue ray player and that works very well. Voice control would make channel surfing easier and The wife says she might like that, so maybe I will look into it a little more. Conclusion: for the price I paid ($799) I can’t imagine there is another 65” 4K set that can touch the value position of this TV. Absolutely no regrets taking the leap of faith I mentioned earlier. One last thing. Kudos to Best Buy delivery service included at no charge as part of the purchase. The delivery guys showed up on time on the scheduled day and hauled the set down to my basement in a matter of minutes. No way I could have picked this TV up and brought it home with out owning a truck and having a burly helper. Two big thumbs up all the way.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Very good picture quality, minor flaws.

    Posted
    Quovadis
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I have been scrutinizing this tv since the P607 came out in 2017. I finally bought the 65" TCL 2018 model. My previous TV was a 65" $5'000 Sony XBR65900A, which died after 3.5 years of use. I am very pleased with this TCL TV. Set up was flawless and really easy. The picture quality is very good (not excellent). The TV quickly picked up the 5g network from the router, and even when streaming 4k content there is no buffering. I have a Comcast internet connection. These TCL tvs all have minor vignetting in the corners. This is a faint black shadow in all 4 corners. This is normal, especially on budget tvs. Now that you know this, do not panic when you first set the tv up and see a small black shadow in all 4 corners, especially on a white background, you will see it! The screen uniformity of my particular tv is good. I do not see any "dirty screen effect" or “vertical banding”. The screen uniformity is good (not excellent). Whites and grey need improvement. The blacks on this tv are very good, however nowadays most tvs have greatly improved blacks. It’s the whites and grays the tv manufacturers need to work on next. I do see some flicker in fast moving scenes, but it's acceptable. If you do watch a lot of fast moving sports you may want to consider a higher refresh rate panel. The tv has one major Achilles heel, and that is the up scaling. It does not up scale as well as a more expensive tvs. However if you have comcast cable, do yourself a favor and get their new 4K cable box. It upscales better than their regular cable boxes. One area where this TV excels is HDR and Dolby Vision. There are many shows on Netflix, Amazon prime, Vudu you can watch in UHD. YouTube also has a whole bunch of 4k HDR videos you can play. HDR and Dolby Vision is a game changer. It's pure eye candy, and leaves you craving for more. This tv has good color (they pop), however some of the colors are not accurate. Although this is an incredible TV for gaming, It could not be used as a computer monitor in photo shop for color correction for example. Even after calibration the colors could be better. One example of what I am saying is that once you watch this tv in “warm” mode (as most people suggest) the Red colors suddenly turn a tad orange instead of being true red. Best buy sells this tv with an inferior Roku remote. If you want a voice activated remote you will have to buy it for $29 directly from Roku. This remote is infra-red and really cheap. Again, this reflects badly on Best buy and not the TCL brand. If you own an older TV (plasma or LCD) from a few years ago, this TV will blow the older tv's away. It's MUCH better. I have mainly owned Sony, Sharp Samsung, and no matter how much you paid for a high -end tv a few years ago, this TV will devour their picture quality. The tv was delivered by Best buy, however I know for a fact that the tv was not new, because it did not have any removable sticky tape all over it. When they delivered it, I asked the delivery people to check for a cracked screen or other defects, but they did not speak any English and left in a hurry. I have been trying to call best buy to ask them about the missing tape, but when it comes to returning things they do not answer the phone very quickly. In fact, I tried calling their number various times and a call center in the Philippines answers, and as soon as I mention a return I am left hanging on the phone. Another point, I do not appreciate about Best Buy’s showroom layout, is the way these TCL 6 series are hidden away in some remote area of the store. This TV is good enough to deserve a hidden corner in the Magnolia center. I strongly believe that both TCL and Vizio (for that matter) brands will be major disruptors of the TV industry for years to come. Lastly, if any of you have a Sony sound bar and wondering if they are compatible with the TCL tv, Yes they do. Simply use HDMI 3 ARC.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing image, great quality and features

    Posted
    Juanval
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I've been LG's TV customer for the last 12 years and I was looking an upgrade for my 55" 3D LG TV without expense to much money. Since last year I read that 55" serie P of TCL was one of the best TV only below of best OLED and premium brand's TV, so since then I was a follower of TCL. So, basically I was decided to buy 65" serie 6 of TCL with some concerns about quality issues, google assistance connectivity, roku system (since I never owned a TV with roku), and also quality of the image since I saw this TV in display at best buy store, even do, I bought it. Quality of TV's frame: It looks so good and great quality in finish. Looks nice in my TV room. Remote Control: It is very small and looks cheap, however its functionally is excellent. I'm ok, but could be more roust. Roku TV system: My first time with this software, and Wao! very friendly user interface, so fast to load applications... Now I really love Roku's system. This TV is ready to use google assistance due last Roku's software update. Sound: I read that sound is very bad, but to my this is not an issue because I have 7.2.2 home cinema, even do, to be honest sound of the TV is good comparing with most of the TVs. Obviously is not comparing with home cinema or sounds bar, but I ok with TV's sound. Image quality of streaming videos: Wao, wao, Image looks incredible (see pictures attached). I streaming some 4K's videos from you tube and its amazing. specially those videos with HDR. If you try, just be aware that you will need an internet connection of at least 20 Mbs so see real 4K videos. I realized that you can see videos at 1440P with DHR but this is not real 4K image...but again, just make sure you select video quality to 4K. Image quality of 1080P BluRay: I was complete surprise of the significant improvement of regular HD into this TV. Obviously is not a 4K image quality, but comparing with my last HD 55" TV, it is a big improvement. I guess this TV has a great up-scaling feature. At this point of the review I will not see bluray's 4K movies yet, but hopefully in a couple of days I will receive my new 4k player to see it in dolby vision! In conclusion: Amazing image, amazing system (Roku), great product without any quality's complaint so far. I'm very excited with this purchase. If you want to have the same results than I, just make sure that: 1. Buy HDMI cables version 2.0 which is for 4K tv's. 18 Gb speed. 2. If you have home theater, make sure it has support for HDMI for 4K (HDCP 2.2). 3. Your internet connection speed needs to be at least 20Mbs if you want to streaming real 4K. 4. Buy 4K player with dolby vision feature. 5. Buy 4K movies with HDR dolby vision.. Juts be aware that most of the movies has HDR 10, but the best is HDR dolby vision (most of the news movies has it). 6. Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Stop looking and buy now.

    Posted
    Rdiscipio1
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    My venture with TCL started this past June when I finally decided to take the 4K plunge. I had been using a high end Samsung Plasma for several years and decided it was time to try for something better without breaking the bank. Everything I was reading was pointing me towards TCL unless I wanted to go OLED at 3 to 4 times the cost, and building on the TCL 2017 offering reputation, the 2018 6 series was destroying the competition. I took the plunge and bought the 55" R615 and was blown away. Everything was amazing, from normal cable upscaling, to 4K, HDR, Dolby Vision, gaming, inky deep blacks, the roku platform, everything was incredible. Fast forward to a couple weeks ago and I was looking to upgrade to the TCL 65" 6 series. With cash in hand I headed to Best buy to get my new TV. Soon there in, I was bombarded by blue shirts and magnolia reps telling me I was making a mistake and that there are much better TVs to be had. Ok, so I was sidetracked and wound up buying the Samsung Q6F 65" for around $1400. I gave it a week to try and fix the initial problems but to no avail, the TV was just awful regardless the settings. The blacks were light gray, normal cable TV was blurry and a stutter fest, and all together it was a inferior viewing expierence. After that week I returned it and decided to try the highly coveted Vizio P65-F1. Although better than the Q6F, it still lacked the picture quality of my 55" TCL R615 and I found the 4K And HDR to be slightly behind as well. The straw that broke this camel's back though was the horrible user interface. It was slow, jerky, and unpleasant to use. Add that all up and it was still an inferior product to TCL. Next, I returned that and spent about an hour playing with the Sony 65" 900F in store. It was just about on par from what I have grown to expect from my TCL but about $700 more. Add to that, it only has 2 HDMI 2.0 ports, and a less than built in roku expierence, and my choice was solidified. I finally picked up my 65" TCL R 615 to replace the "55 TCL R 615 I had hanging there for the past several months. I expected a lot and was not disappointed. It was everything I had grown to love about the 55" and more. Some day I will go OLED when they can work out the burn in issues, but for now, the TCL 6 series is not just the best bang for buck TV, its perhaps the best TV you can buy. There is a reason Best Buy won't hang these TVs on the showroom floor, and when they do it is off to the side and up high so no one can see how they rival and even out perform all of their large commission products. Do yourself a favor, forget price, forget brand loyalty, grab this TV and start to enjoy the best picture money can buy outside of OLED.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing TV From 5P605 to 65R615 - Observations

    Posted
    bcatwilly
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    So I have loved my 55P605 that I bought last year and decided to add a 65R615 to the household so that the boys could use the 55P605 downstairs with an Xbox One X. Dad gets to use the new 65R615 in the living room with an Xbox One X. Wow, this thing is incredible honestly. I may end up going for my "forever" TV next year that is OLED or Samsung QLED expensive HDMI 2.1/Freesync/VRR etc. to take advantage of those features in my Xbox One X too, but man this thing is incredible for $999. I am loving what TCL is doing enough and the Roku OS in these that I would at least consider any quantum dot higher end model that had things like HDMI 2.1 features from them next year too though. Observations so far: - Of course the size alone at 65" does make it that much more immersive and "theater like", which is awesome - The premium feel and look to this thing with the brushed metal is so much nicer than last year's models, really great looking now in the living room (wife even is happier than expected with the new electronics purchase :) ) - It definitely seems brighter in general than the P605, and I swear that I was seeing additional colors when rewatching Planet Earth II again on this - I watched some of the same 4K HDR test videos on YouTube that I had on the P605, and they definitely seemed to have more "pop" such as the Sony glassblowing demo - I watched the Dark Knight Rises on 4K Bluray last night through my Xbox One X, and it looked absolutely amazing. The Batman movies are relatively dark a lot of the time in general, and I think that the great contrast was really shown when watching this. And some of the places where HDR highlights would be expected such as sparks from gunfire and such did seem to jump out more to me at least - I fired up a couple of games briefly so far on my Xbox One X and didn't notice any issues with input lag which was a strength of last year's model, and it seemed that Red Dead Redemption in 4K looked even better now - Like the additional motion processing options, but haven't had a chance to play much with what they do in practice yet - Really like the physical power button in the lower right (wife is a big fan of this too) and the fact that the LED standby light is actually on (can turn this off if you want in settings) when the TV is powered off and not on when powered on, as this is a good visual check to confirm that the TV is truly powered off and not in some power saving/screensaver mode like happens with things sometimes - It is nice that the stand legs raise the TV just enough above my Vizio soundbar in front compared to last year that I can now use the included remote without having to stand up or contort at a very high angle, lol. Note that I did have to invert the stand legs inward as some have mentioned to have it fit properly on my TV stand, but it wasn't a big deal and actually looks almost nicer to me that way in my setup - Roku OS as usual is a huge plus for these TVs and is awesome, would be one of the tough things about considering another TV when I go to HDMI 2.1 sets if TCL doesn't have an option at that point that meets what I am after next year or the year after

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Amazing for the Price

    Posted
    Ltpx3
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    INTRO: I have had this tv for 6 days now. Prior to purchase, I spent hours on youtube researching what I wanted, even spending time in the Burlington, NC store to see images of TV's in person where security was called on me, I guess research is suspicious. Everything looked amazing and the only tv I researched not displayed was the TCL R615. I was set on the samsung q6f but took my shot with TCL after all the hype for the price. PROS: This picture is amazing. I used YouTube to find the best picture settings and the brightness may not be considered high end but watching movies in a dim or dark room makes me squint on bright highlights, explosions, etc. And the first time the tv went black, I thought it cut off and all blacks are that way. If it's suppose to be black, it surely is. I love planet earth and blue planet and to watch these in 4K HDR on this tv will make you want to buy it immediately. The roku system is easy to use and the roku app for your phone gives some added features making it even easier and nicer all together. The app will become your smart remote. Navigating menus is very easy. Overall, Picture and Usage is ***** (5star) CONS: 5hrs. after hooking this tv up, it developed 2 stuck pixels. I noticed them turning on a wide screen movie by luck but tv is so bright that after watching content even for a few seconds, my eyes can't adjust for a while to even find those pixels. Next is motion, the interpolation is horrible. Ghosting, artifacts, out right disappearing. Watch blue planet with smoothing on medium, birds flying over the ocean would disappear and come back. Slow scenes on Venom for instance has lots of ghosting and artifacts. I basically turned it off and use the natural cinema feature. I don't get the soap opera affect I like but the picture is amazing. CCONCLUSION: I've fought myself for the last few days to take this tv back and get the q6f like I wanted initially but it keeps coming back to the picture and unless you have $2000+ I just don't think you'll come close to it. If I go for q6 I lose picture quality for better motion and yes I game but I'm a visual person and I choose picture over motion.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best 4K HDR Picture for under $1,000!

    Posted
    JD2018
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I have had a rough month with televisions. I was very green when I walked into Best Buy last month to get a new 4K 65 inch big screen. At the time that is all I knew I wanted in my new TV. I first got a Samsung 65' MU6300. Coming from an old plasma Panasonic I was happy with the TV. The picture was cool and I liked the OS. Then 2 weeks after getting it, I walk into the den and the screen is flickering and I have a red blinking power light. I loaded that TV back up and immediately took it back. Next I was told that the LG UJ63 would be a little bit better than the Samsung. That was not the case the picture on the Samsung was better. So at this point I was unhappy and was like all I can do now is try a Sony. Instead of trusting another sales person I decided to do my own research and came across the TCL 6 series. In doing some research I also saw that the two sets I bought before were entry level sets. So only so much could be expected. I read about the TCL 6 having Dolby Vision to deliver a high level HDR color experience. I read about the 120 contrast zones and other tech spec stuff most of us won't understand. So let me make it plain. The picture on this Television is "AMAZING" I watched "King Kong Scull Island" and was in awe. At one point I paused the movie to make sure I was seeing blood on Kong's fur. I could see that much detail. The dark scenes in the movie looked great. That movie was playing on HBO. I rented 3 other movies that I played through my entry level LG 4K blue ray player. 2 movies were regular blu-rays and 1 a regular dvd. All 3 looked great pretty much the same. So between the TV and disc player the up-scaling was outstanding. Lastly I watched The Temptations on VH1 I believe and it even looked amazing. Pretty much it doesn't matter what channel or streaming service you are watching it will look great on this set. When Lebron James was at the free throw line this weekend I could clearly see all his tattoo's lol. I'm telling you the picture on this TV is a work of art! Also the Roku OS is very easy and user friendly and the speakers in the TV are above average. The TV itself looks great and has a very high end feel. I am more than a happy customer. I want to personally thank Samsung for putting out a defective set. Without that set going out on me, I would not have found my true love!!!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good picture...questionable quality

    Posted
    Oldgoldtop
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    My old Hitachi Plasma was beginning to act up. I still prefer the plasma image but they seem to have been phased out. This 65 inch TCL intially worked great but began giving me a rainbow effect on a few random occasions when powering on. Turning power on and off seemed to correct the problem. I did notify TCL service through their web site but never had a reply. I was,still within Bestbuy 14 day return policy and replaced it with the same model. This one has been working ok but once turned off by itself while my wife and I were in an adjacent room and once lost both sound and picture. I presumed it had shut off by itself but when I went to turn it back on the "power down" icon in the upper right came on indicating I was turning it off. I then powered it back on and it has been okay since. Only one week with it so far so I am still a bit concerned about the overall quality. It will be a good purchase if it last half as long as my Hitachi Plasma that I later got working and am using in another room. Still Tv's failure to reply to my initial complaint also raises questionscaboit their commitment to customer service. I may get decide to go with another rand that has a known history. Right now I can recommend it but with reservations. I will upload image of the rainbow effect noticed on my first one. Love Roku TVs and have two Sharps bought at Bestbuy. Hooked my existing sound system up using the included connectors plugged into the headphone jack. This TCL is currently offered on Amazon at a higher price but with Roku voice commands. I am used to the Roku so set up and adjustment were easy. Picture is great but audio not near as good as previous Hitachi that we seldom used our external Sony system. This TCL needed the system to have what we felt was adequate sound.

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      TCLExpert

      We are truly sorry Are any issues you arehaving issues with your TV. We would like to look into it for you and make sure you are a satisfied customer at the end of the day. Our Customer Advocacy Team in California is here to help. Please reach out to us at tclusasupport@tcl.com with your contact information and reference this review, and someone will get back to you right away.

      Thanks,

      TCL Support

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great TV at great price

    Posted
    Ohiobobcat
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I purchased this TV in June and have had it for about a month. I purchased it at Best Buy for several reasons: free takeaway of old TV (which was a 270lb tube hdtv), wide selection, and excellent customer service. I did a lot of research prior to making this decision and came to the conclusion that the TCL 6 Series was the best bang for the buck. Since these are very popular tv's, they weren't available for display. I did check out the LG OLED and Samsung QLED models that were on display and the pictures were incredible. At $3000, it was way out of my price range so I wanted to find a television which came close without breaking the bank. Best Buy delivered the tv when promised and set it up (5 minutes max). It took 2 guys to haul away the old television and they were very professional. Once I went through the menus on the TV to set up, everything worked flawlessly. I didn't experience any of the banding or lighting issues that some other people have experienced and since I've owned the tv for about a month, no issues have occurred. The picture quality is not OLED or QLED but it is extremely good. The blacks are very dark and the details you can make out in many scenes is amazing. I am extremely impressed by the quality of this tv as well as features offered via ROKU. Another great feature of this television is that the legs can be inverted so that it will fit on my tv stand. It is only 52" long and the tv fits perfectly with the legs in the inverted position. This past weekend, Best Buy had the TV on sale for $872.99. I paid $969.99 for it and contacted Best Buy for a price match of the sale price. Since I purchased the TV less than a month ago, Best Buy credited the difference as well as provide a discount for the 5 year geek squad protection I purchased. My total savings was approx. $135 (including tax). That says a lot about their customer service which is most appreciated as compared to shopping with online retailers. I also purchased a Samsung 3.1 soundbar with the wireless subwoofer which was very easy to set up with the tv. Everything is working flawlessly and the 4K content is amazing (via Directv). It's unbelievable to watch baseball (when televised) in 4K and it's almost as if you're in the stadium. I've always purchased known names for electronics but based upon my experience with TCL, they won't be unknown much longer

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Amazing quality for a budget TV. Good luck.

    Posted
    Chris
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    So, I pulled the trigger on a TCL 65R615. First of all, it was on sale for 799 at Best Buy. Second, it was my alternative choice to an OLED. Not wanting to deal with burn in issues and the hefty price tag. Also, since I saw less complaints than the Vizio P series and I know that the Sony X900F has input lag issues with games, I decided to go ahead with this model. Had it delivered on a Friday. Recieved a courtesy call, on time delivery, hassle free from Best Buy. I come home from work to setup the television. The picture is so amazing, the local dimming works really well and Dolby Vision is incredible. But... the gray uniformity was absolutely horrendous, which was another issue I've been hearing about with these TV's. So I dealt with it for a few days. After some consideration, painful gaming experiences, and straight-up, just not being pleased with this panel, I decided to enter into the "panel lottery". So I exchange it at Best Buy for the same model television, and bring the replacement home. Alas, after hooking it up and testing out gray uniformity, I ended up with a near perfect panel. For 800 dollars, I finally have the television I've wanted for awhile and since I saved a bunch of money buying TCL, I went ahead and bought some rear speakers for a 4.0 Surround Sound setup(apartment living, so no sub for me). I couldn't be happier and now have the home theatre setup I've always wanted. I am giving this TV a 3 out of 5 Star review because the quality control seems to be out getting out of hand with these panels. I am praying that in the future, the odds of recieving a a great panel right off the bat, will be a lot higher than the chances are now of recieving bad ones. Other than that though, I am absolutely in love with my replacement panel and am crossing my fingers that no other problems will arise. I am putting my faith in you, TCL!

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      TCLExpert

      Hi Chris,

      We're sorry to hear about your initial experience. Given the opportunity, we could have definitely looked into that for you to see what we could do to help out. However, it's good to see that you were able to get a replacement unit that resolved any trouble you were seeing. We hope you continue to enjoy your TV. If you ever need any assistance, we are simply a phone call or email away. Enjoy and happy viewing!

      Thank you,

      Sara
      TCL Customer Support

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent TV for the upgrade to 4K

    Posted
    DIGGZ
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    After reading tons of reviews on all the available 65” 4K TV’s, I decided to put my faith and money in a company I had never heard of, (and a TV I had never actually seen) TCL. AVS Forum (an outstanding website for information and opinions of very knowledgeable people) had several people who used tv calibration equipment to test this TV vs other brands that cost 3x as much. The TCL tested out as good, if not better in all major testing catagories. After having it home and watching movies, playing games, and streaming on various services, I could not be more thrilled. It is absolutely a tremendous value TV w/ an exceptional interface (Roku). 4K streaming in HDR is stunning and playing games on my XBOX 1x really lets the TV shine if you are into gaming. I had reservations about the price. How could it be as good as these other brands at half or even a third of the cost? My belief is that TCL doesn’t spend money on things like floor space at retail vendors, which is why you don’t see any of them on display when you walk into Best Buy, not because they are not high quality built and performing TV’s. TCL seems content, at least for now, to let consumers “do their homework” and have already made the decision to buy, without actually viewing the TV. This allows them to pass on additional savings to the consumer. Considering this is the process by which most products are purchased now, I feel it’s a realistic and smart approach to current marketing. The only issues at all would be the following: the TV’s corners can be slightly dark when an enitirely lighter color screen is displayed due to its panel display build, but it’s only noticeable to me if I actually look for it and that’s only when it’s a total light image screen. In other words, almost never. Also, there is a noticeable diminish in color quality when the viewing angle is off axis. Not a huge deal for me because I am always directly in front of my TV, but if there will be a lot of off-axis viewing in your room for whatever reason, it’s something to consider. With the money I saved, I was able to buy a new sound system (Sonos). My “experience factor now when watching TV and playing games is off the chart high. I could not be happier.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Incredible Picture, Amazing Value

    Posted
    MattL

    Every time I had visited Best Buy, Id stop by the LG OLEDs and marvel at the picture. I had planned on getting an OLED but just couldnt bring myself to spend that kind of money. Long story short, while the OLEDs are still the best, the picture on this TV is close enough for me and Im a discerning viewer. It really is that good. Believe the hype and believe the reviews. The contrast is fantastic on this TV. Yes, you will see some "halo" effect for bright text on an all black background. Its not an OLED after all. But this is minimal and FALD works great. The Dolby Vision will blow you away. I like the fact that this TV needs minimal calibration. Just choose Movie for SDR and Dark HDR/DV for HDR and Dolby Vision, turn off all sharpness and you are basically good to go. One downside to this TV is that any advanced picture settings need to be accessed in the Roku iOS App. Why? Its a baffling decision and if you didnt have the app you may never know. The good news is you will rarely need it. Th only other downside is that this model, while the same as the 65R617 doesnt come with a voice remote. Its not a big to deal to me, but some may want the remote. Is it possible to get that remote from TCL and use it with this TV? Id assume so, but I havent checked. The Roku OS is awesome. Im upgrading from a 4K Dolby Vision LG IPS panel TV with webOS 3.0. webOS is really good, but the Roku interface is even better and has an app for anything you could ever want whereas webOS is missing basics like HBO Go. The Dolby app is great for showing off Dolby Vision content to your friends :) It was really smart of TCL to license the Roku OS so they could spend their effort engineering the hardware and not have to worry about great software. I had read about QC issues, vertical banding, and dirty screen effect. I ran some youtube test videos and *think* I may have seen some vertical banding, but no TV will be perfect and in normal viewing conditions I didnt notice it at all. I was too busy being mesmerized by the incredible picture. Unless you want to spend at least 2x this price for an OLED you cannot do better. TCL is really making a name for itself with amazing value and high quality.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Disappointed

    Posted
    David
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I was very hyped to get this TV after researching 4K TVs for months. I had my heart set on this one due to the general consensus that it was the best TV for the price range. I was familiar with the Roku OS and its reliability so I was looking forward to that as well. TV came well packaged and didn't notice any of the reported banding issues (though the 4 corners are definitely dark spots). The Best Buy version of the TV does not come with an RF remote so you must point the remote at the sensor. The sensor is located on the bottom center of the TV, so if that's where you put your soundbar, be prepared for an inconvenience. Fired away some Netflix 4K content and was initially blown away. Then the problems started. The screen would flicker ever so subtly but enough to distract. I thought, okay, maybe it was just this show. Nope. Different show, same thing. I thought, okay, maybe it's my internet. Hooked up a standalone Roku, and no problems at all. So right away, I noticed the Roku smart features were much weaker than a standalone Roku. I was disappointed, but I thought it was something I could live with. I would just hook up a standalone Roku to the Roku TV and still enjoy the same content (kinda redundant but whatever). Then the TV would do something I've never seen before. I'd pick a show on Netflix, but the video wouldn't play (only audio). Then I thought, okay, something buggy in Netflix. Nope. Amazon Video did the same thing. Then I thought, okay, the apps are messing up. Nope. Live TV via a DirecTV set top box did the same. Turned off and on the TV and still the same thing. Wasn't until I unplugged the TV completely that this was resolved. This happened a few more times and was enough for me to return the TV and get a Samsung NU8000 (which I am much happier with). And thus ended my journey into the TCL 6 Series. Sorry TCL. I wanted to like your product. I really did. But this was a terrible experience.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      TCLExpert

      Sorry you are not getting the same great experience the majority of users and professional review were’s are seeing. If you wanted to give us another chance and had any issues with your TV, we are certainly here to help. We could be reached at tclusasupport@tcl.com with any questions or issues that you might have. Looking forward to future business, TCL support

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    truly a DSE lottery

    Posted
    Steve64
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Like other reviewers have noted, it is hit or miss as to whether your screen will suffer from significant DSE. Mine was bad and the TV will be returned. Watching hockey was unbearable even though colors and motion handling were excellent. It is otherwise a wonderful TV and I'd like to swap for another one but the effort to unbox, set up, then possibly rebox and return again is just not worth it to me at this time. I had also purchased a 65" LG sk80/8000 which I'll also create a review for today. The LG did not have any DSE however the overall picture was just 'dark'. We couldn't stop thinking someone had applied window tint to it so it will also be returned. Other than DSE, the TCL was easily a better picture than the LG. Also, on both the TCL and LG the best picture experience was achieved by turning OFF local dimming. I thought this would be a benefit for lower end TVs such as these two models but we only found it to be distracting. You could save a lot of cash by going with an older series TV which doesn't have this and some other new features which currently don't appear to be worth the additional cost. Don't get pulled into the 'future proof need' to have Local Dimming or full HDR/Dobly Vision/Atmos support unless you actually use it now. Other notes - I'm a fan of the very simplistic Roku interface. If you have anyone who cannot easily understand technology then this is probably the Smart TV OS for them. Unfortunately not many The LG Web OS was surprisingly well done though had a much steeper learning curve. I've also spent some time with the Samsung OS and found it to be very similar to the LG. I've NOT had any time to play with the Sony/Android interface however from all the reviews I've read it's currently something I will likely stay away from. What makes that difficult is that the Sony x900f and similar models appear to be wonderful pictures, just a horrible Smart OS. Vizio may also use Android OS but I've had enough experience with them to want to avoid that brand for other reasons. Looking at these TVs in store doesn't really help since the content being presented isn't very realistic. Do lots of research, take one home, watch every type of show from various sources, return it if you don't like it. Be careful setting modern large screens up and don't crack it from lifting/holding it the wrong. It's not easy to buy a quality TV these days but the reward for finding one you like has never been higher!

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Blown away!

    Posted
    Kevin

    I consider TCL as a lesser known budget TV brand, and while this TV has been highly anticipated after its appearance at CES, I've attempted to keep my expectations in check.. It has surpassed my expectations by a mile.. Here's what I have loved... Pros 1. Free shipping from best buy arrived on time, delivered all the way into my living room, and the box was in nearly perfect condition (I'm a big fan of amazon, but I've grown used to a decent amount of dings and dents on the boxes from shipping) 2. The local dimming/contrast control zones do an exceptional job at achieving dark inky blacks, which in turn makes darker scenes in games and movies look amazing, local dimming when done right like this TV does, is not a gimmick, it makes a huge difference. I really can't emphasize this enough. 3. Even my old non 4K and non HDR (original Xbox One) content looks so much better on this TV. The high quality up-scaling and increased contrast make literally everything look better. Cons: There have been a few complaints from others who have received units with really bad banding or waffle effect on their screens (maybe a QA issue, or their shipping wasn't as gentle as mine), I don't have these issues at all, but I do notice a slight vignetting on all white loading screens in the very corners... not noticeable on most content and doesn't impact my experience, but worth mentioning for the pickiest of picky people. Final Thoughts: I highly highly recommend this TV. I would buy it again in a heart beat, even knowing that there may be a risk of getting a "lemon", The top-notch shipping care alleviates some of that concern for me, and even if I had to deal with getting a replacement through TCL or Best Buy, it would still be worth the wait 10 times over, this TV is that good.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    65" TCL 6 Series upgrade from Insignia 4K 55"

    Posted
    MoPinball
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I purchased the 65R615 at Best Buy in early August 2018 when my 55" Insignia developed problems with the sound cutting out. I'm out of their delivery area and took care to transport the 65" TCL in the upright position. The TCL box is impressive with a lot of protective foam and cardboard. Setup was easy but required two people due to its size. There are reports of the TCL 6 Series having defective screens that show vertical lines/shadows in the picture. My TCL 65R615 does not have that problem. It has a beautiful picture with some very minor blooming in the corners that is only noticeable on a light solid background. As recommended in most reviews, I have found that the "Movie" setting has the best overall color. I max the overall brightness and in advanced settings, move backlight and contrast to 100. The picture is bright and the black levels are very dark. I do see a little more background reflection on the screen than I did on the Insignia when the room is bright. The quality of the picture depends entirely on the source material. 4K material is beautiful as are some of the HDR demos. A lot of HDR material is hard to recognize as HDR, making it difficult to see the benefit of HDR or Dolby Vision. The TV does an excellent job up scaling 1080/HD material to 4K. I have not used the TV for gaming. On the down side, I have had the TV crash a few times, I think because I was too fast on the remote. Only one crash required a hard reboot (unplugging the set). I have a sound bar and sub for sound. I do like the Roku interface. It's quick and easy to navigate. The outstanding selection of streaming apps seems endless. The remote is small and simple to use, the Roku app on your phone or tablet provides additional benefits. In closing, the TCL 65" 4k HDR clearly out performs the 4K 55" Insignia. The Insignia had a very respectable 4k picture with good source material. The TCL just moves it up a notch with a wider color gamut , superior black levels and brightness, producing an amazing picture when watching quality material.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Nice price point but...

    Posted
    William
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Well, I finally upgraded my old reliable 50 inch Panasonic Viera plasma. I loved that TV except 50 inches was nice in 2007 but I wanted a larger screen. The TCL Series 6 65 inch has GREAT specs (especially when you compare them with comparable TVs that cost several hundred dollars more.) I got the TCL on sale for $799. It was a lot of bang for the buck. I was extremely impressed when I first got it home and hooked up (only took abut 20 minutes to get it set up and running.) The ROKU platform is great and user friendly. The wife and I watched Avengers Infinity War in 4k and were blown away with how crisp and great it looked. So, why the 3 stars? I started watching other (brighter content) like BBC's Planet Earth. And then I noticed it. VERTICAL BANDING, POOR GREY UNIFORMITY, and a DIRTY SCREEN. I spent hours tweeking the settings, brightness, color tones, etc...I looked online for fixes to no avail. Now, instead of spending time enjoying my TV I'm running grey uniformity and DSE tests to see the flaws and debating whether or not to swap it out for another TCL and HOPE for a better panel or upgrade to another TV altogether. This is not how I envisioned enjoying my new purchase. To be fair the Best Buy employees have been great. I'm still within my return window and they offered to come and pick it up, put it back in the box and deliver me another TCL or the LG SK9000 (an IPS panel that apparently wont have this issue.) However, the IPS panel apparently can't handle contrast as well as the LED. And the Samsung QLED has a lot of reports that the WiFi doesn't work well. I really just want a 4k UHD 65 inch Plasma for $799. Do they make those? Ugh! I would recommend this TV to a friend IF there was better quality control with these panels. But, until then I can not in good faith recommend and will most likely be swapping this out for another brand. I refuse to spend hard earned money on a defective TV.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      TCLExpert

      Hi William,

      We're sorry to hear that you were not satisfied with your TV and that you were not able to see the same great picture quality a majority of our customers are seeing. This TV typically produces a beautiful picture. We would be more than happy to look into this to see what we can do to try to help you. In order for us to assist we first need to gather more information. Please reach out to us at tclsocial@tcl.com with your contact information and reference this review, and someone will get back to you right away. We look forward to hearing from you!

      Thank you,

      Sara
      TCL Customer Support

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Budget Friendly 4K Smart TV

    Posted
    MSM27
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I have been looking for a new 4K large (55" - 75") TV for approximately 3 years. I kept putting off purchasing one because of an Intel-like tick-tock cycle of TV model releases. It seemed like the oldest models, hard to find, were better performing than the models that were just over a year old. With that being said, I saw that Best Buy had the TCL 65R615 on sale for one of the lowest prices I had ever seen. This included those so called Black Friday sales. This TV DOES NOT have the best quality of any other TV you can find at Best Buy. What it does have is a great price, Roku built in, an actual TV tuner, 3 HDMI ports, and the ability to calibrate it yourself using recommendations from sites like rtings dot com. You may have to manually tune the settings depending on how bright your room is depending on if the sun is shining or it is cloudy. To me this is not a problem. The TVs sound is not bad, but I would certainly not call it great. The TV is quite light for its size and was easy to mount on the wall. It does not come with a bracket, but has the holes for mounting to a bracket that you would need to purchase separately. I cannot give any feedback on the feet/stand as I have not used them, nor plan to ever do so. The remote is IR instead of an RF remote. This is kind of a bummer. However, Roku will sell you an RF remote via their website if you would prefer one. The inputs are all facing the right side. This makes it easier, not easy, but easier to connect your devices. I have not tested the built in wireless as I am using the ethernet (hard wire) port. The Roku Smart TV software performs quickly and is rather user friendly. It is not ad free, but this is not a problem in my book. Blu-ray movies playing on a 1st gen Xbox One look great. Normal OTA TV looks pretty spectacular as well. The TV performs great for gaming. I have tested with Xbox One, WiiU, and a Nintendo Switch. Games look great and flow smoothly. I would highly recommend this TV.

    I would recommend this to a friend