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I bought this tv to replace my old Vizo 1080p tv my toddler broke. I purchased the 50-inch version.
This is a very good tv for the price. The picture quality is great. The sound from the tv is better than I expected. I rarely turn the volume up past 20 percent. I rarely ever turn on my soundbar. I can pause live TV for 1.5 hours with the installation of a 16 gig thumb drive.
I only have two real complaints about this product. The tv randomly reboots and, the remote isn't a Bluetooth remote similar to the remotes that come with the Roku streaming players.
I have not figured out why my TV randomly reboots. The tv reboots at most about twice a day. But I have gone a few days without noticing it. The cause of the reboots is not system updates.
The remote is a minor annoyance. You have to aim the remote at the tv to perform any function. But you can use your phone or your Alexa device to control your tv as well. You can turn on or off the tv, change inputs, control the volume using your Alexa device.
If I ever resolve the random reboot issue, I'd give this TV 5 stars. There a few solutions I have not had time to try. I am hoping that I can resolve this issue soon.
I got the 50 inch 535 and it's a big improvement over my nine year old plasma--in most areas. My old plasma didn't do well in a bright room, and the same is true for this tv, especially with HDR programming. But in a dark room it looks great. It's also a feature rich tv compared to old one. Besides the easy to use Roku OS, you get 4 HDMI inputs including earc, a headphone output, and the ability to pause and rewind live tv from an antenna by plugging a flash drive into the USB input (a nice feature for cord cutters!). As others have noted, the remote for the 5 series has to be pointed at the tv and doesn't have voice control. But you can pick up the better remote for $20, OR if you already have a Roku device with such a remote as I did you can pair it with the TCL by pressing a small button inside the lower part of the battery compartment. Setting the picture can be confusing as you have set it for each input, and some settings, including noise reduction, are only found on the TCL phone app. You can also color calibrate the tv using the phone app if you have the ability to do so. ( tried settings used by a review site and they made picture worse; every tv is different even same size and model , but the color looks fairly accurate to me with the factory settings. There is also a calibration app for the tv that uses a phone camera app and onscreen test patterns, but you must have a newish Iphone or Google Pixel to use. I haven't tried this yet.
I like having a bigger TCL screen my previous one is 48 inch and worked fine with my Panasonic 5.1 receiver through my toslink optical cable ,but this newer 55 inch TCL TV 5 series won't put out audio through the same optical cable. I replaced the toslink cable with a new one with no results. I resent having to get a new receiver with HDMI inputs in order to get theater quality sound. As a work around I finally just hooked up my receiver to the headphone jack to get it to work. Also i DON'T LIKE THE NEW Roku interface, the one on my Roku stick is much better like showing video previews when I move over a movie selection and showing recommendations.
I really like the TV. The only negative (hence 4 star "Feature" rating) is that it doesn't allow headphone listening- via my phone with Roku app- to videos on my DVD player, even though it goes through an HDMI port. Everything else I can listen to with headphones. Seems odd, it being a "Smart" TV and all. I think it should be called a "Half Smart" TV. ( Maybe since it's the 5 series that's why it doesn't have Bluetooth? A bit peculiar though. Guess I'll just have to get a Bluetooth adapter and plug it in.) Besides that missing issue, the other features are superb! Still pleased with the purchase, just wish I had known about the restrictions on the "Private Listening" feature. Shipping was on time, delivered to my door, and nothing broken. Thank you Amazon & UPS!
Disclaimer: I rarely use the TV. It's in my living room and I have a projector in my room. My mother does though when she comes over and I stream old Mexican movies on Youtube for her or Sling Latino. The problem is that about a good 30 percent of the time she is over, I have to completely reboot the whole tv (like unplug and replug) because the Roku interface will freeze. It stinks and if I were to have put in more use to this tv early on, I probably would have returned it within that 30 day time period but since I don't put much use out of it well I just have to live with the annoyance (don't want a refurbished set)
But if you feel you are going to be a more frequent user, this is something to keep in mind. I highly prefer to have a roku box attached through an HDMI connection but this is the newest TCL and I wanted to purchase the latest model. Picture is crystal clear and trust me between a 200 dollar television and this model which runs at 400, the extra 200 is worth the investment (I have a 200 Sceptre at my other place and it's like night and day).
If I didn't have to do hard resets semi often with the built in Roku software, this tv would easily be a 5 star rating
I was looking at a number of low-latency gaming TVs before reading reviews and settling for this one. I think in the price range, it's an excellent TV. The picture is very crisp and clear. The latency in game mode is virtually non-existent (perfect for driving sims).
The only down side (and it's significant) is the menu / remote / interface. It's a ROKU TV and the entire menu and interface is ROKU. The remote has minimal buttons and even selecting an input source requires you to go through the menu EVERY TIME THE TV TURNS ON.
In addition, you are required to create a ROKU account to use the TV. I find this to be just ridiculous.
Things I like: -Looks nice in my home -Love Roku features -TV Audio is good (compared to the Vizio TV I had before) -Screen never lags or feels slow -Stays cool (important because it sits in front of my thermostat) -Easy to assemble and set up -Bright enough screen to watch during the day without issue even in a sunny room
Things I don't like: -Picture quality can be grainy or gritty at times, especially with light skin tones or when there are a lot of light colors on screen (I've gone through and adjusted settings - helps but doesn't fix) -Screen glare is more pronounced than on my previous Vizio -Roku app takes a long time to connect in order to use remote. Once it's connected though zero issues. -Pretty limited inputs and outputs (esp. for audio - no RCA) -Personal preference but I don't like how the legs look. They're a little bulky and could be more streamlined/higher quality. Would have liked something that felt stronger and didn't look as cheap.
For $450 you're getting a solid piece of equipment that is going to do exactly what it's supposed to, but nothing more. Don't expect to be wowed (unless upgrading from a CRT or rear projection lol), just expect a functional screen at a good price. If you're looking for something to really blow you out of the water, go with a higher grade model. If you don't really care and just want a big screen that's going to play what you want without serious issues, this is for you. 3.5/5 stars if I could, but 4/5 because I probably just expect too much.
The value for the money is outstanding. The picture is excellent and makes watching tv or movies a great experience. I took one star away because there is some motion blur for action movies and video games. But it’s not horrible and some people don’t really notice. Again it’s priced right. Sound is fine. Remote is solid, compact, and typical for Roku. The remote is missing the voice search feature but that’s no problem for me. My favorite feature is that the TVs is able to handle and has the ability to adjust the picture for older devices that output 480p, 720p, and 1080p. I got an HDMI converter for the Wii and it looks great.
I got this teevee when my two-year-old 4-series 55-inch TCL lost a substantial portion of its LEDs and it would have cost more to fix than a new one world cost. So, first thing one needs to recognize is that TCLs are effectively disposable televisions, and the best we can do is cross our fingers in hope that it keeps working even after the warranty expires. (TCL is kind of notorious for crappy customer support, especially after the warranty is gone.)
I sought to mount it on a stand, but two of the four screws (for some reason pre-installed on the back of the television) were really cranked down tight. To add to the fun, they're made of mild steel so at the best of times they want to strip out the tiny Phillips Xes ad the center of the heads of the sizeable bolts. Insane. Whoever was assembling the TCLs that day needs to be moved from the TCL labor camp to the heavy equipment labor camp. Also, the heads are inset, so it's not possible to cut a slot in the head once it's stripped. After an hour on what should have been a 30-second job, I was able to get one of the two loose, so my new television is hanging from three bolts, not four. Not happy about this at all, but I hope it will do.
When fired up, the screen got populated with the channels from my old set, plus the channels TCL/Roku wants to try to sell me. Took about an hour to delete the spamchans and to put my chosen channels into the order I wanted them. As usual, the useful screen adjustments are carefully hidden and out of the box the movie setting is *way* too warm, so there's fine tuning ahead. I may try the TCL iPQ app and see if that helps; I've heard nothing about it except that it exists. And now I get to re-enter email and passwords into my other channels. Why is there no backup function? It would be easy enough to encrypt and upload it to my Roku account and download it to the new set after the switch. Oh, well.
Mostly okay now, and I just hope the thing works long enough that I can save for a proper SONY or something before this one gives up the ghost, as TCLs are wont to do.
I am loving this TCL Roku TV. The Roku in the TV works better than the stick I have for my living room TV (non-TCL TV) and the Roku app adds additional functionality I could not find anywhere near the price point of this TV. The picture quality is pretty decent (the LED backlighting is not the best, but you have to be looking for the lighting issues to see them) but everything I use looks great on it even when there are action scenes. Pros: 1.) Great Price! 2.) Decent Quality 3.) Small and simple controller (Pretty much standard Roku) 4.) Roku runs the entire TV 5.) All the apps just work and the TV just works (which I can't say the same for my other way more expensive TV)
Cons: 1.) No ability to adjust contrast, color temps, etc (although factory defaults look good) 2.) Has no bluetooth capability built in or any other fancy extras (You can use the Roku app to listen to the TV through a phone or tablet which is how I use it for night time TV watching with wireless bluetooth buds connected to my phone, but the audio is just a little out of alignment...just enough to where I need to tell myself to stop watching lips move. Have not been able to find any settings to set the delay on video or picture to compensate like I can on my pricier living room TV. 3.) Almost no TV related settings to tweak as the Roku operating system does not appear to have the ability to do this. Not surprising for the price of the TV.
All in all, at the end of the day I am much much happier with this TV than I am with my "main" TV which is a much pricier TV made by a different company (whose name rhymes with Ram Tongue). It does not have any bells or whistles so for people who love to mess with myriad settings this is not a good TV for them...but if you want a really good TV that just works and is really easy to set up and use, this is the TV for you. A very solid 4 star, bordering on 5 star product. TCL and Roku really made a nice product here that I feel I got more than my moneys worth. I would and will buy again (eyeing the 65" or larger to replace my main TV in the near future)