TCL 6 Series 65-inch Roku TV (65R617) Review: A Fantastic 4K Value

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I really despise this TV set. After a lot of research, I came to the conclusion that this is the one to buy, but then I found out that it does not exist in Europe. Now all other options seem utterly inadequate.
 
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I'd be interested to know how it performs in upscaling? How do DVDs look? Blu-ray discs? Cable? Thank you.
 
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Seriously? Out of all cons you list no private listening for the remote ... now that’s nit picking and ridiculous. A lot of expensive units don’t even have that and you don’t even list that as a con. I should see that in every single review if that’s the case. Ridiculous.
 

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He mentioned that the previous model had it. It's an understandable gripe. Of course it probably shows that there were so few cons that he felt like mentioning this minor thing. I have a feeling it only detracted about 0.5% from the total score. I don't think there is a rule for how many points each pro and con has to be worth. It just has to be something positive or negative and that's it.
 
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How does it play 24fps content? I've yet to read a review addressing it. I've read that it should support it via 48Hz mode, but I haven't read a review yet where anyone has tested it.
 
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Sorry, but with the banding issues this series has, I'll pass until it is resolved. I have tried 2 and BOTH have had the vertical banding. TCL says that the banding is normal, as well as the electronic smell. Really? Never had this issue with ANY other TV I have ever purchased.
 

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3 HDMI ports kills the deal for me, I have several gaming consoles, a gaming pc, and an Apple TV hooked up to my current television, and I have more things to hook up but no ports. Some needs to invent a 10 port HDMI hub so that I can connect everything I want to the TV :)
 
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The description lists this TV as being the 'best under $1,000' but the link to Amazon says $1,099.99 so I click on it and come to find out that this is the price for a 'used' set. For a brand new one the list price is $1,199. What in theeeeeeeeee HELL is up with this, that and the other?
 

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Because price do change.
 
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I bought this tv about a week ago at Best Buy for $999 and then the taxes. I haven't experienced the banding some talk about, but from what I've read this is a gaming issue. I thought I had been rooked with the dirty screen until I adjusted some settings and now everything is peachy keen. Great picture. Tried a blu ray on a Sony 4k player and the difference was easy to see and actually amazing. I don't have a degree but since retiring, televisions and accessories have been my hobby, so I know a little.
 
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