TCL - 55" Class - LED - P6 Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR Roku TV

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Make every viewing session a great home theater experience with this 55-inch TCL Roku Smart TV. Its Ultra HD resolution and support for Dolby Vision and HDR formats let you enjoy premium content from streaming services. This TCL Roku smart TV has three HDMI inputs to support high-definition multimedia components.

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What's Included

  • 2x AAA batteries
  • Analog AV input adapter
  • Owner's manual
  • Quick start guide
  • Remote control (RC280)
  • Stand
  • TCL 55" Class - LED - P6 Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR Roku TV
  • Warranty document

Ratings & Reviews

Overall Customer Rating:
94% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (783 out of 840)

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Smart Enabled

Get access to a world of instant entertainment with this product. Just connect to the Internet and stream movies, listen to music, and access a wide variety of other content.

  • Netflix
  • Spotify
  • Pandora
  • Hulu
  • YouTube
  • Amazon Video

Dolby Vision HDR

Provides images with superior color, contrast and brightness, so all your favorite movies, shows and games come to life in stunning clarity.

72 Zone Contrast Control

Optimizes contrast in each zone to deliver brighter whites and deeper blacks. You'll notice striking bright and dark areas of the picture with Contrast Control Zone technology.

Wide Color Gamut with NBP Photon technology

Delivers a vibrant and rich color palette and produces images with superior color, contrast and brightness.

Roku Smart TV

Roku TV offers access to stream 500,000+ movies and TV episodes from one simple, intuitive interface.

Personalized screen for each family member

Get easy access to your favorite TV shows, apps and more on My Home Screen.

54.6" screen (measured diagonally from corner to corner)

Large enough to provide an immersive experience for everyone in the room.

2160p resolution for breathtaking HD images

Watch 4K movies and TV shows at 4x the resolution of Full HD and upscale your current HD content to gorgeous, Ultra HD-level picture quality.

Watch high dynamic range (HDR) content on your TV

With an HDR-compatible 4K TV, you can enjoy HDR movies and TV shows, in addition to all your current content.

Smart TV with access to streaming services for countless entertainment options

Stream shows, movies, games and more with the TV's built-in Wi-Fi and integrated apps.

LED TVs perform well in all lighting conditions

They also deliver plasma-like deep blacks and rich colors.

Dolby Digital Plus

Optimizes the sound for TV from sources like Internet movies and music, connected PCs, smartphones and tablets.

Three HDMI inputs for great home theater connection

High-speed HDMI delivers up to 2160p picture and digital surround sound in one convenient cable. HDMI cable not included.

Enjoy the picture from multiple angles

178° horizontal and vertical viewing angles provide a clear picture for viewers seated near the side of the screen.

Motion Rate 120

Enjoy high-speed action with good motion clarity.

USB input

Easily connect your digital camera or other USB device to view compatible JPEG files.

Manage the viewing experience for your kids

The built-in V-chip lets you block content based on program ratings and check ratings of unfamiliar programs.

Web-based services and content require high-speed Internet service. Some services may require a subscription.

Overall customer rating

Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars with 840 reviews

94%of customers would recommend this to a friend



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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Simply amazing beyond belief

    • My Best Buy® Member

    This item showed up on my doorsteps on June 23, 2017.. prior to it's arrival, I was in the hunt for a newer, bigger, and more advanced tv compared to the one I previously owned (2013 Samsung 46in 1080p 3d)...I did research online and came to the conclusion that my next purchase would be a 4k tv that had to have both hdr formats (hdr10 + Dolby vision)...I game extensively and also do a fair amount of movie watching at home on the couch... originally the lg oleds was on my sights...but after reading up on a few test reviews from various tech websites, the tcl 2017 P series repeatedly scored high remarks regarding picture quality and low input lag used for gaming... admittedly at first I was all my adult years of buying my own tv sets, I have never purchased a tcl product before and have always stuck with Sony, LG, and Samsung...this 55in TCL is now officially my 4th hdtv I have ever owned...the first being 1080i, followed by 720p then 1080p shortly afterwards, and now last but not least, a 4k set by TCL...After only several hours of deliberate use, I must say I am a proudful owner of perhaps one of the most underrated 4k tv sets in the market today...for the price I paid ($600usd), I have no regrets and very satisfied with my purchase... picture quality exceeded my expectations for a "budget" tv...many advanced features that are normally reserved for the higher end and much costlier tv's can be found here on this p series tcl...hdr10 + Dolby vision in one package...local dimming...Roku smart interface...and with it's low input lag, gaming on my Xbox one s is fast and smooth...very little drop in frame rate despite the noticable graphical upgrade shown on the screen...4k content such as uhd Blu rays look phenomenal on this set...I use my Xbox as a uhd player and the movies in 4k are simply jaw dropping to say the least...not trying to be bias as an owner, but this tv in my opinion is hands down the best budget 4k tv for 2017...its priced low, future proof, and of great quality...I highly recommend it for gamers, movie watchers and those who place value & quality on top of their shopping list for a new me, you will not be disappointed.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Gamers Paradise TV


    This TV is absolutely great, The input lag on this TV is the lowest input lag of any TV in it's class. Truly there is NO better TV for gaming in this price. The next best thing will cost you 4x as much. I have 0 regrets about this TV and would recommend this TV to ANY gamer that wants a great TV for a good price.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    All the hype is true... Seriously


    If you are reading this review, you are probably like me and really do your research before making a larger purchase, like a tv. I will not repeat stats and specs, like so many reviews on here do. By now you have probably already seen the reviews on rtings, cnet, techreview, pcmag, the verge, the wirecutter etc. For the most part they are glowing reviews, basically it's because of how much tech and quality you get for the price. Had this tv a week. Have done calibrations, played around with settings. Watched all kinds of content. Bottom line, this TV truly is exactly what they say it is. I will be buying a second one in a couple weeks. Just know that you should researh calibration settings and other settings and really take the time to get it to know and adjust it for your eye and particular usage. Otherwise you really miss out on what it's capable of doing. Just buy it, PERIOD! It is truly amazing, and the value you get is unparalleled. It is actually very rare in the tech world to see such a no brainer value. I will just come out and say what the review sites are almost afraid to definitively utter. This TV, when properly calibrated, has no real competition until you get to about the $1200 range. That is not an exaggeration. If you are planning on doing a lot of gaming or intend to watch mostly 4K and HDR content, then it's more like the $1500 range. That's just the truth! Not only will you not regret it, but it will give you a satisfaction that you made an incredibly smart buy. It's an absolute steal! Buy it!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    TLC 55-P605 is no joke, $600 Well Spent

    • My Best Buy® Member

    Hello All, Purchased my P605 on Oct 20th and wanted to wait a couple of wks before I can provide my brief but accurate review. To put it simply I am extremely happy on this specific unit viewing output of Visuals + Ultra 4K, HDR, Dolby Vision, 72 Zone Contrast Control, Direct Lit + Smart TV/ARC + No Soap Opera Effect + Playstation 4 PRO is an exceptional partner + 1080p Upconversion is Stellar, YT 4K HRD Ch. is Supreme. Vudu Dolby Vision Movies (ex, WonderWomen) is Exceptional + Owned 2 Roku 3600R Devices before, So Big Ups to RokuTV as I am very familiar w/.it's operation,. function & ease of use + TCL website incl TCL Phone Reps & In Depth Manual are there for you. - Roku IR Remote for this model is my only real downer. Better off using Roku 's App as its Wifi based and offers way more functions including Gamma Adjustments. Audio = So So, Best if partnered w/ Home Theater AV & Speaker SetUp . Stand = Purchased a FITuEyes Universal Based Tabletop TV stand Warranty = `$150 for 5yr on GeekSquad for added security In all, do your research by simply googling this specific TLC 55P605/607 model and visit all the professional big websites. Like Cnet. Rtings etc and watch YT for even more pleasantries on how this specific 4KTV goes way beyond the price you have payed for. I would Highly Recommend this to anyone who wants to enter into the 4K HDR Relm without going deep into your cash box. Hope my words were useful. B-EZ

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great TV for the price!!!

    • Verified Purchaser
    • My Best Buy® Elite Member

    I must say for $599 this is an great tv. First of all this TV supports HDR 10 and Dolby Vision out of the box, offers Full Array Local Dimming with 72 zones which provides very deep blacks, and reaches over 700 nits of peak brightness during HDR content(comparable to the 2017 Oled's in HDR brightness). Also, the TCL is one of the best gaming TV's you can buy due to it being measured to have one of the lowest input lag measurements in a TV to date at around 15ms. This TV has the roku smart interface built in with Netflix, Vudu, and Youtube all supporting HDR. In my living room, i have an LG OLED 65C7 and this TCL in my bedroom. In no way am i saying this TCL comes close to the OLED because it doesnt; however, Imo the TCL gets you to about 75% - 80% of the picture quality of the OLED and the price difference is $2,499(OLED 55 inch version) to $599(TCL). That's an amazing price/perfomance ratio. The TCL does have its flaws such as some Flashlighting and black uniformity issues. While watching contect these issues were not really noticeable. The TCL for some reason does not engage the Full Array local dimming until content is started, so while checking menu's and apps the flashlighting is noticeable because the local dimming is off. Hopefully, this will be fixed with a Firmware update. Also, one thing i did was massage the corners of the panel and it cleared up a good amount of the flashlighting/light bleed i was having. So maybe the quality control with these units could be better. Also, the viewing angles aren't good at all; however, that's an issue all LCD TV's suffer from. Lastly, this is a 60hz panel so for those who are used to 120hz it might be a negative. Compared to my 120hz OLED C7, i saw no noticeable motion issues with this 60hz TCL. Summary: Positives. 10 bit Panel 4k, HDR 10, Dolby Vision Dolby Atmos over HDMI/ARC FALD 72 zones Dark Black levels and above 700 nit peak HDR Brightness 15ms input lag in 1080p and 4k HDR gaming Roku Smart platform Negative. Viewing angles Flashlighting(however it is normally present during content) 60hz panel(however motion was excellent to me) For $599, you get features offered with the High end Sony 55X930e at $1,799, or the LG OLED 55 LG B6($1,999) or C7($2,499). Sure they are much better TV's; however, the fact that i can even compare this $599 TV to those TV's costing thousands more is amazing. Even with the negative with this TCL, I had to give it 5 stars because for the money its an amazing TV. I think getting 80% percent of the performance of High End TV's for nearly $2,000 less is an amazing value.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Unbeatable Price/Quality Ratio = Raw Value


    I have now owned this TV for 16 days, and I felt it deserved another quality review added to its archive of great reviews. This is a very long review, but if you are on the fence about this TV hopefully this review can paint a good picture of this TV for you. [What led me to this purchase?] I was pretty certain my fiancé was getting me the Xbox One X for Christmas, and based off of one of my best friends’ opinion of his Xbox One X, you certainly need a 4K HDR TV to truly enjoy the console. So I began researching TVs months prior to Christmas. The purchasing of this TV was the result of months of research that led me to this TV, with little to no doubt that I was making a great decision. Where did the little bit of doubt come from you may ask? Well… just go into any Best Buy and find this TV on display. You will find this TV on a top corner rack, in an overly lit area, playing some crumby Best Buy ad that may or may not be playing with a really choppy and low frame rate (According to Best Buy staff the frame rate being choppy was something to do with the input device and not the TV display). There will be nothing about the TV being showcased while on display, and you will not be impressed. It just looks like a low-end budget TV, which Best Buy doesn’t seem to care at all about selling. For months I was completely sold on the idea of saving up and eventually getting an LG OLED C7P, which in all reality is likely the best TV on the market along with the Sony OLED A1E. However these TVs are more of a pipe dream for most people because the cost for these brand name TVs are astronomical, and if you can afford them, and want to support these large brand name manufactures then go for it cause you will certainly get quality, but you wont necessarily get value. As an I.T. guy and an avid gamer who owns consoles, but also built my own tower PC there is one thing I have learned for sure when it comes to hardware. As costs go up there is always a diminishing return on quality. That is where the attribute of value comes into play, and if you have seen the review on this TV from CNET, it scored a 10 out of 10 on value. About 3 years ago I built a PC with some of the best parts available at the time. I spent over $2300 attempting to build a liquid cooled fire-breathing dragon of a PC, that was future proof beyond all doubt. Well my new $500 Xbox One X blows it out of the water. So my point being is don’t assume spending more money will always get you a better device, and it definitely wont make you more satisfied with your purchase. But you know what will? Getting a phenomenal TV at a price that seems too good to be true. [Why is this TV so Great?] The Roku TV Interface: I have never used a Roku device before, so this was my first experience with one, and I have to say I am very impressed. It’s fast and responsive, it’s easy to use and navigate, the TV turns on in seconds and that’s not even using the quick on feature (which I haven’t felt the need to use yet), and lastly it supports so many different apps. YouTube streams 4K so well you will be jumping out of your seat the first time you watch something in 4K on it. It runs all of your favorite apps very well, and you will discover many new ones that will soon become your favorite also. I had a USB flash drive with season 2 of “The Expanse” on it that my dad recorded for me. This USB flash drive would not let me watch the show on my PC because I needed to download some third party software to use it, so the flash drive sat on my shelf unused. After purchasing this TV I decided to plug it into the TVs USB port just to see what happened. It immediately prompted me to launch the “Roku Media player app” which was pre-loaded into the operating system. Boom!! the videos of “The Expanse” off the USB played immediately and with no difficulty, working great with the remote to fast forward through commercials and everything. Then after watching about 5 episodes I decided to see if there was a SyFy channel app I could use to stream the show in 1080p. A quick search later and I found and quickly downloaded the SyFy app, where I can now stream the last half of the season in 1080p (which is as high of resolution as the app supports). Picture Quality: The picture quality is extremely impressive. If you want to show the TV off to your friends or loved ones, just go to YouTube and type in 4K, in fact I am playing a 4K YouTube video right now because I just love seeing this TV at its best even in the background while I write…. enough said. Sound quality: I don’t really have anything to say about the sound quality because I don’t use the TV’s speakers at all, I have an inexpensive 5.1 sound bar system that plugs in via optical port, and it sounds great. The built in speakers are… well… built in TV speakers. GAMING!!!: Ok so I saved this for my last key take away about the TV because it’s my favorite part. I was looking for a TV to meet the demands of my new 4K gaming console the Xbox One X, and this TV has exceeded my expectations. This TV supports both HDR 10 and Dolby Vision. The Xbox One X uses HDR 10 as its HDR so this TV meets that demand, but if Xbox ever decides to switch over to Dolby Vision, or say the next Playstation console decides to support Dolby Vision then this TV has that covered too. Input lag where less milliseconds (ms) is better, is something I was unaware of when I first started researching TVs prior to this purchase, I heard somewhere that for gaming you want 30ms or less. According to CNET, my 5-year-old 1080p Vizio M Series had 38ms, the latest Vizio 4K HDR XLED TVs have even more at like 44ms. Most TVs in fact have over 30ms. The $2500 LG OLED 65 C7P has 21ms (Which is Great!!!). Well this $599 TCL 55 P605 has approximately 14ms of input lag when in game mode!!! It says that picture quality is reduced when put in game mode, but honestly I do not see the slightest difference in picture quality between game mode and normal mode. This low input lag is immediately noticeable when playing a competitive shooter like Gears of War 4, or Call of Duty WW2. I never felt like I had any input lag before I played on this TV, but now that I have this TV I feel the noticeable difference on my gamepad, where my motions with the thumb sticks appear simultaneous with the actions on screen. This is key when milliseconds mean the difference to winning a firefight or not. Now one thing I would like to mention is that not all games take advantage of the hardware of the Xbox One X or the TVs capabilities, so some games look much better than others, that has nothing to do with the TV, and is solely based on the effort put in by the games developers. But the differences made by the Xbox One X combined with this remarkable TV is game changing. I was playing Call of Duty WW2 on my old Xbox One and my old 1080p TV, and I was not impressed. I grew tired of the single player campaign and the multiplayer for sure (and I was never one to care more about graphics over gameplay…..never). As soon as I loaded the game up in 4K, HDR, and Xbox One X enhanced using this TV and my new Xbox One X, the game was 100% revitalized in my eyes. It immediately became more fun, and the multiplayer became an absolute blast to me because now I feel like I have a fair yet competitive edge with the sharp images, mind blowing color, low input lag, and easy target recognition due to the enhanced resolution. [Overall] I apologize for the length of this review, and if you made it this far I thank you for bearing with me, but the length of this review goes to show you the passion I have for this TV. One thing I cannot stress enough, is the satisfaction of a TV with a quick and responsive interface. Nothing is more irritating then navigating menus that constantly give you loading screens and at times appear to lack in response to your inputs from the remote. This TV has none of those problems, and just blazes through every screen without any difficulty or loading. The same cannot be said for many TVs that are twice the cost of this one. In no way do I regret this purchase. It has exceeded my expectations in every way. If you have the money to throw away then get an LG or Sony OLED, for sure you wont be disappointed in the picture quality, but that is also what you would expect for a $1500-$3500 display. But if you want something that is a significant improvement from your 1080p, or even your now aging 4K TV at a price point that cannot be beaten by any other TV on the market, then get this TV because I promise you will not be disappointed. Simply put: Great Roku Smart TV interface, great picture quality with impressive colors and deep dark precise blacks with intense whites using localized dimming with HDR 10 and Dolby Vision, and impressive 4K resolution, great for watching any type of media, and even better as a gaming display with low input lag. It is 85% the quality of an LG OLED, at 30% the cost of one. Plus you can buy this at a Best Buy, set it up, and if you are not impressed I am pretty sure you can return it within a reasonable window of time, but unless you ended up with a dud (see negative reviews), you wont be returning this display. The End.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best TV I have ever bought dollar to quality ratio

    • Verified Purchaser
    • My Best Buy® Elite Member

    I read the reviews for this TV online. Mainly was looking for a TV to use for 4k HDR gaming on PS4 Pro & XB1X. Also movies in 4k HDR via VUDU, iTunes, disc. This TV has a very very low input lag for gaming, the HDR supports Dolby Vision, it looks beautiful. If you are looking for a TV for 4K gaming this IMO the best TV you could buy under $1500, and its quite a bit cheaper. The built in Roku is an added bonus, once updated VUDU, Youtube, Netflix, Amazon TV and others support 4k HDR streaming and it looks amazing. Don't be scared off by the name, this TV has been professionally reviewed with awesome results online. Check it out.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Most pleasant, Smart 4K TV surprise

    • Verified Purchaser
    • My Best Buy® Elite Member

    In October, I was on the hunt for a 4K TV upgrade. I was looking to see, if I could find a good, smart 4K by Samsung, Sony LG or Vizio. Then, I looked at reviews on various 4K TV’s on Amazon, cnet, and rtings of those common brands I mentioned for mid-range 4K TVs under a grand and was not impressed. Then, I stumbled upon the unfamiliar 55s405 by TCL, which I perceived, as a generic brand. However, I saw a TON of good reviews on the TV. Additionally, I saw many YouTube videos and decided to purchase this 4K TV. Later, I learned about the 55p605 and found it to be more superb and decided to swap. I was impressed hearing about the many features of the p605, such as, Dolby Vision HDR, 72 HDR Contrast Control Zones, Advanced LED Phosphor with Wide Color Gamut and of course, a Roku platform to stream many channels. I also found out, the p605 was a great gaming gaming TV. What was more shocking is the p605 has ALL of these features for only a six-hundred dollar price-tag. With that being said, is this TV a steal or a too-good-to-be-true, dud? 4K RESOLUTION: The resolution of the p605 is surprisingly superb. The default display shows in 4K UHD. The close-ups on objects, humans, etc. on the display is just phenomenal because of the detail and clarity. The display allows images to be seen, very clearly, as if watchers of the TV were there. For example, I was watching a documentary on Netflix. I saw the image of the people, very clearly. On some scenes, I could see the pores on the person’s skin. I could see every spot on the windshield, when they were in the car. It was like I was in the car with that person. Watching sports has the same effect, especially football. Seeing the field, horizontally is one thing. However, seeing the close-ups of the players is a whole different thing. Amazing color and clarity. The p605 has a 120hz refresh rate, but it is not quite the SOE (Soap Opera Effect) that many 120hz TVs have. In addition, users will see 60hz on the display by pressing the OK button on the remote. However, on moving objects, there is little to no judder or blurriness of moving objects. I have seen many footballs thrown, while watching games and saw no outside motion (blurriness, judder) of the ball. That is where the 120hz kicks in. 72 HDR CONTRAST CONTROL ZONES: This is aka full-array local dimming (FALD). This feature allows the TV to automatically brighten or dim the backlight behind those individual zones, providing better contrast and deeper blacks. It balances out, perfectly. No bleeding, grainy, fuzzy blacks or oversaturated white displays. From what I discovered, while watching, that is why the close-ups on the display look, as good, as they do. Users can manually adjust one of the two contrast settings, which is Local and Dynamic. Both cannot be used at the same time. In addition, users can turn them off, completely. HDR/DOLBY VISION/WIDE COLOR GAMUT: HDR (High Dynamic Range) is the bread and butter of this tv. It is to make for better contrast, increasingly vivid colors and brighter images. In other words, with HDR, those dark images or edges on the display will show, brighter. The p605 has a wide array of colors aka Wide Color Gamut that works with HDR to enhance colors x2. In other words, with HDR, those dark images or edges on the display will show, brighter. Most of the time, Dolby Vision HDR will not be seen, unless I watch Netflix or other streaming sites. Netflix has movies and or shows, presented in Dolby Vision HDR or Ultra HD 4K. Dolby Vision HDR shows crystal-clear and unbelievably sharp. However, the display is kinda dim, depending on what is watched. I found that many 4K TVs, which has HDR modes, actually has that for a cinematic, viewing experience. Anytime a user, first turns on a program that is Dolby Vision or HDR, the corresponding icon will automatically flash, multiple times on the upper right of the display. Generally, HDR resolution will be seen, while playing a 4K video game i.e. PS4 Pro or Xbox One X or watching a movie on a 4K Blu-Ray player. Of course, when first turning on a game, the same HDR icon will flash up on the upper right part of the screen. GAMING: Like I said, the p605 is one of the best gaming TVs that I have seen. I play with the PS4 Pro, which is a 4K gaming system, as I mentioned. The HDR resolution, while playing, is phenomenal. I have played games with already superb graphics, such as Uncharted 4, Uncharted Lost Legacy and Call Of Duty WWII. HDR, just enhances the beauty. I would compare it to buffing and waxing an already washed car. What separates the p605 from many other 4K TVs is the lack of input lag, while gaming. What is more amazing is the p605 has a Game Mode to reduce input lag, but at this point, lag it not noticeable, whether Game Mode is switched off or on. Overall, playing online will give players smooth, responsive gameplay and a competitive edge over the competition. CUSTOMIZATION/ROKU INTERFACE: One of the main features I love about the p605 is the customization and ease of use. For example, for each input i.e. TV, Game, 4K, etc., picture settings (brightness, picture mode, size, audio effect, sleep timer and audio effect) can be changed and saved. I have NEVER seen that feature on any other TV I have ever owned. As a plus, Dolby Vision and HDR has their own customizable picture settings, as well. Users can also go to Advance Picture Settings to change the color, tint, brightness, etc. The remote is pretty basic and straightforward, but includes four streaming app buttons to quickly gain access to them. Some models have different ones. Owners of the p607 will have the same remote, except it includes a headphone jack with headphones, included. Btw, the remote is the ONLY difference, between the p605 and p607. Another cool feature of the p605 is the Roku app can be downloaded to a smartphone to, change settings, access a digital remote AND perform additional picture calibrations on the fly and more. Of course, since this is a Roku television, it can do everything a standard Roku device can do. So, a Roku owner already knows the features. The p605 also updates, periodically, throughout the day. NEGATIVES: I will say the only negatives of the p605, is it only has three HDMI inputs. Sure, it is not a deal-breaker, but it would be nice, if it had four. The other negative is the display does not look very good, when watching at an angle. There have been times, where I got up and was watching, while walking away from the display and the picture looked pale and grainy. Also, the p605 has subpar speakers. Of course, I have a soundbar. Therefore, I would recommend buyers to use theirs, if they own one. VERDICT: With everything feature that I mentioned, it makes the p605 a must-own, ESPECIALLY for the price. Overall, the p605 beats just about every mid-range 4K TV in its class, according to rtings and cnet. In fact, the only step up from the p605 is the infamous 900e by Sony, which cost a grand. Of course, there is other upper-echelon 4Ks, such as QLEDs and/or OLEDs. However, if you are frugally shopping for a smart 4K TV with HDR and superb gaming, if you play, look no further than the p605 OR p607 for that matter. Also, I would also recommend purchasing an HDMI cord by AudioQuest. I always thought an HDMI cable was an HDMI cable, until I purchased it. The cable actually enhanced the p605’s resolution, even more.

    I would recommend this to a friend

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