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    TCL 75" 4K Display for $2K (75C807)

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    China-based display manufacturer TCL has announced three new 4K displays. The 55", 65", and 75" models sport some impressive features including:

    • Dolby Vision HDR
    • HDR Dynamic Contrast
    • Wide Color Gamut with TCL’s NBP Photon Technology
    • Roku TV Smart Platform with thousands of streaming channels
    • Enhanced Remote with Voice Search and Private Listening
    • High-speed 802.11ac wireless and Ethernet networking
    • (3) HDMI 2.0a ports with HDCP 2.2


    However, one of the impressive features is the price point, particularly the 75" 75C807. The 55" has an MSRP of $699.99, $1099.99 for the 65" model, and $1999.99 for the 75-incher.

    The entire C model range has 3840 x 2160 resolution panels and uses Roku as the display's smart platform. These are thin panels and have very thin bezels. The 75" model lists the viewing image size as 74.5". That's a pretty thin bezel.

    TCL says the C lineup will be shipping by this Holiday Season. For more information, visit the company's website.

    http://www.tclusa.com/products/home-...mart-tv-75c807

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    Senior Member David Vaughn's Avatar
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    Amazing...I wish it was their "P" series, which have fabulous reviews.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Vaughn View Post
    Amazing...I wish it was their "P" series, which have fabulous reviews.
    I haven't seen street pricing on the P Series although the TCL site lists a suggested price of $649.99 for the 55P607.

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    2 out of 2 members found this post helpful.
    Ralph Potts bought one and loves it.
    David Vaughn
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Vaughn View Post
    Ralph Potts bought one and loves it.
    Did he do a review?

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    No...just a purchase.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Vaughn View Post
    Amazing...I wish it was their "P" series, which have fabulous reviews.
    I was surprised to see 5 or 6 75" UHD TVs for under $2K in Sam's Club.
    Sam's also had five Samsung 75" UHD ranging from $2778 to $5998.
    Marketing still believes that someone will buy a TV for $5998 but not for $6000.
    I've been retired for nineteen years and no longer can afford a new TV when my 65" Panny is still going strong. I've reach 3/4 of a century and my eyes, ears and memory are not what they once were. I will be happy with an under $2K 75" TV when the current TV requires replacement.
    Last edited by k0rww; 10-20-2017 at 11:21 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k0rww View Post
    I've reach 3/4 of a century and my eyes, ears and memory are not what they once were.
    I suspect that the change in your hearing could be due to your tendency to run dual SVS subs.

    Aren't you on your second pair?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracy Rainwater View Post
    I suspect that the change in your hearing could be due to your tendency to run dual SVS subs.

    Aren't you on your second pair?
    Hi Tracy,

    I'm on my 3rd pair of SVS subwoofers. The latest is a pair from 2/15/2015 of PB-13 Ultras and they are super subs in my 22' x 15' x 8.5' dedicated media room. The subs definitely enhance movie watching.
    Yes, I would like a pair of PB-16 Ultras.
    Yes, some of my hearing loss is likely due to heavy subwoofer listening, but this isn't going to end.
    My home theater which need upgrades:
    Display: Panasonic TC-P65V10 (Calibrated by CraigR)
    Klipsch Spkrs: Front RF-7 II/Center RC-64 II/Surrounds RS-62 II/Rears RB-81 II
    Blu-ray: Oppo BDP-93
    Pre-Pro: Integra DHC 80.3
    AMP: Outlaw 7700
    Sub: Dual PB-13 Ultras
    Sat: DirecTV HR24 & (3) HR24 + MRV
    Remote: URC MX-980
    HTPC: SilverStone Case, Intel Dual CPU with Wireless Keyboard
    Sanus CFR2136 Audio Rack
    Media Room: 22 x 15 x 8.5 (No windows, one solid door)
    Richard

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