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Picture quality is very good, to my eye. (Films and gaming).
Acceptably low input latency for digital gaming, as well as analog input (*once you figure out how to buy the correct adapter).
Low retail price given the above.
- Wasting precious real-estate on the remote for dedicated partner app unitasker buttons ('Netflix' 'Hulu' 'Disney') while simultaneously NOT having crucially important buttons like skip next/prev, is a design crime. The lack of those functions becomes immediately and painfully apparent when you try to use this TV to stream local media.
- The remote has no number pad... which could be defensible as a modern design choice, IF it weren't also for the fact that Roku also removed the ability to create a short list of 'favorite' channels. (This applies to both antenna TV and live streaming channels that Roku adds. Not sure what the UX is for cable subscribers). The result is there's just no convenient way to navigate between the channels you want. It is possible to completely turn off some antenna channels, but Roku does not allow us to do this with streaming channels.
-Roku's media player is atrocious, nuff said.
-The main reason for the 2 star review: TCL chose to deliberately pin the AV-input incorrectly, going against standards which have been established for decades, presumably to force the user to buy the special AV input adapter (not included!) from TCL. What's worse, ZERO information about where to buy the adapter, or even the correct specification, is provided in the manual, or on TCL's website. This sort of engineering (deliberately going out of your way to make something NOT work) is infuriating, and should be punished in the free market, until it can be regulated out of existence. What's worse is they did it in a very ineffective way and then failed to even capitalize on it by providing a link to the "official" adapter (is there one? idk)
I could go on about Roku's poor UX but suffice to say the common thread is telling the customer "you don't need to be able to control this".
Decent input latency and picture for the money. Apart from that, very bare-bones as far as user-configurable settings and options. Poor UX design choices by Roku, and shameful hardware engineering practices by TCL, leave an unpleasant aftertaste.
I already see a pixel stuck at green in the upper middle portion of the screen. Its mainly only noticeable when it is surrounded by red or dark colors, but annoying to have on your brand new TV. Tried running some videos that are supposed to help with stuck pixels by flashing lots of different colors, but that did not work so far. Will probably look into the warranty and contact TCL customer service if it doesn't clear up in a few days.
Other than the stuck pixel I have been happy with this TV. Remote could be better - Roku/TCL instead of including buttons for specific channels should make those buttons customizable by the user. Remote would be great if it also had the RF/WIFI feature of some Roku remotes which does not require you to point it directly at the TV.
Another side note - I did not factor this into my 2-star rating because it is Amazon's fault and not TCL. When I first ordered this 5-series Amazon sent me the cheaper 4-series by mistake. It was easy enough to get it cleared up through Amazon's online system though, and the correct model was promptly sent.
Bought this TV solely for the purpose of PC gaming in 4k with a refresh rate higher than 60hz. This TV is labeled with the illusion of "natural motion 240" and it's nothing more than a sales tactic. Picture-wise it's a great TV for movies and whatnot but at max settings in 4k for games like RDR2, Battlefield, or any performance heavy title, the refresh rate at a native 60hz (max) will make your games studder and chop. I downscaled to 2k and 1080p with no results in regards to a better refresh rate. Please note I did not try this on any console, strictly pc.
TV was unpacked, used and repacked within a 60 minute window. 60hz is unacceptable for current gen RTX gpus. If you're buying a TV for use as a monitor for pc gaming, take some serious time and do your homework. Hdmi 2.1 is a must. Other pc games like world of warcraft retail and classic performed and looked great. Age of Empires 2 DE, Diablo 2 remastered, etc also looked and performed well. Streaming looked great, solid colors, decent blacks and whites as well.
I know what you're thinking - QLED? I like QLED. HDR? 4K? Low price point? Decent reviews? It's enough to make you grab it on the spot, like I did. The problem is the brightness. With the specs on this thing, you'd think it could light up a room, but it looks exactly like it is on Low Power Mode at ALL TIMES!
I've gone deep into every setting on this TV and even when you max out all the brightness settings and try to get the most vivid HDR, it still is this dim dull grey image. It is truly heartbreaking. The cheapest televisions in my house look leagues above what this thing can put out on its best settings.
If you're on the market for a gorgeous vivid bright HDR experience, please keep scrolling. Otherwise you will likely end up like me, trying to scramble together the pieces of the box it came in to try and get a refund.
**You cannot use this TV without account registration**
First off, the screen quality is superb! If this TV came solo without the intrusive software it would be a solid 9/10 purchase.
However, if the actual function of a TV is locked behind some BS account registration, credit card sign up, and 5 pages of bloatware begging to be installed then it is not a recommended purchase by any means.
9/10 for the TCL portion. 1/10 for the new Roku integration.
Also, the remote blows. Let the user disable the ultra-sensitive app buttons.
I was excited to order this television. First of all, I do not believe that it is QLED. The box says it is, there is no mention of it in the owners manual or on the TV itself. The picture is OK but certainly not queue LED. Even worse than that, is that you cannot download the SPECTRUM app due to some disagreement between Roku and Spectrum. I am unable to watch anything all the cable service that I paid for. Most likely I am going to return it.What a hassle. I believe this TV is falsely represented.
Picture quality on this set is incredible given the price. Unfortunately there is a severe lack of audio tuning features - even basic settings like bass/treble are only adjustable via a handful of limited presets. Sound output to external speakers leans *very* bass-heavy using any of these presets, and there is no way in the settings to fix this.
Update: Reducing from 3 stars to 2 stars. The audio situation on this TV is terrible. The aforementioned lack of tuning is in addition to laggy audio output and a nonfunctioning headphone jack. If you are planning to utilize the audio outputs on this set, skip it.
Received the TCL 75-inch 5-Series 4K UHD 75S535, 2021 Model on December 1st 2020. Less than 3 months later on February 26th, the TV would no longer turn on. Outside my amazon return window, I called Amazon for help. We went through a round of troubleshooting to then be escalated to TCL. Another round of troubleshooting and 30 minutes later, they decide they need to send out a technician within 7-10 days. 8 days later an independent tech arrives to diagnose the issue and attempts a repair, only to conclude they need to replace the whole TV. A few days go by and now we are waiting for another 7-10 days for the installer to schedule delivery of the TV.
All in all at best we will be without the TV between 18 - 21days, and a handful of emails, calls and appointments. I wanted a TV not another set of tasks and chores. I explained to the warranty rep at TCL, that I Amazon can deliver a replacement TV in 2 days for about 10% less than I paid for it in December. I asked for a reimbursement so I could purchase a replacement, and was denied.
Fixing or replacing a new TV is the bare minimum of customer service. Customers deserve more, when your faulty product breaks and we are forced to jump through your hoops. I just want what I paid for, a TV that works.
It started out fine except anything connected to the HDMI ports had delayed audio on the Receiver. I just started streaming through the built-in Roku app instead. But then, in the middle of a movie, the audio would cut out for a few seconds... usually during a climactic scene.
I bought a new Yamaha receiver and plugged all the devices into that instead (vs the TV's HDMI) and now the video on the TV is delayed from them. In the past few days, the audio on the TV has completely cut out. Neither the internal speakers, nor the external audio from the Roku apps and the TV menu. The Audio from the TV is just... gone.
So now I'm left with a really gorgeous screen and screwed up video because the TV just can't seem to process Video from the receiver timely. So everything I watch looks great but is out of sync. Swapped in my old Vizio HD TV and everything works like it's supposed to.
This TV has been horrible ever since I bought it and it's just been getting worse!
I disliked the fact that the delivery date was delayed at least once & maybe twice. When it finally arrived, we excitedly put it together and get it going only to find that there is a 3/4” black vertical line running down the screen slightly left of center. Customer support, while courteous & eager to help, was of no help. After walking through the steps of resetting it to factory settings, it did not resolve the issue & that’s all they could advise me to do. Picture was sharp except for that distracting line. We boxed it up and went through the HASSLE of returning it. At least we got our money back with no issue. Meanwhile, we promptly bought a Samsung at a brick & mortar store that night. Been enjoying our Samsung since mid December with no issues. Hubby told me that the guy at the store told him these TVS’s have nothin but problems!