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TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
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TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635

TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
TCL 55" 6-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 55R635
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Features

  • Superior 4K Ultra HD: Picture clarity combined with the contrast, color, and detail of Dolby Vision HDR (High Dynamic Range) for the most lifelike picture.
  • Mini-LED Technology: Uncompromised contrast, brightness, and uniformity for incredible viewing in any environment.
  • QLED: Quantum dot technology delivers better brightness and wider color volume.
  • Contrast Control Zones: Contrast is individually optimized across up to 240 localized zones for striking contrast between bright and dark areas of the image.
  • Easy Voice Control: Works with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant to help you find movie titles, launch or change channels, even switch inputs, using just your voice. Also available through the Roku mobile app or voice-enabled remote control.
  • THX Certified Game Mode: Gain a competitive edge with the most optimal viewing experience for big-screen gaming; never miss the action due to image smear, response time, or input lag, and enjoy the game as it was intended by the creators.
  • 4 HDMI inputs (1 eARC): Connect all your favorite devices through the four HDMI inputs that includes 1 eARC to easily sync audio and video sources and deliver better quality sound.

Description

TCL's 6-Series combines stunning 4K HDR and mini-LED technology in a bold, brushed metal design for a superior TV experience. Quantum Dot technology and the HDR Pro Pack with Dolby Vision combine for greater brightness and contrast, as well as a full palette of rich colors. TCL’s Contrast Control Zone technology optimizes the image across individual zones to yield striking contrast between light and dark areas. The 6-Series models’ AiPQ Engine uses machine-learning algorithms to optimize color, contrast and clarity for an unrivaled 4K HDR experience. Easy Voice Control lets you control your entertainment using just your voice. Gain a competitive edge with the world’s first TV featuring THX Certified Game Mode combined with Variable Refresh Rate and Auto Game Mode for a smoother, optimized gaming experience. Plus, the Roku OS provides seamless access to thousands of streaming channels, your cable box, Blu-ray player, gaming console, and other devices without flipping through inputs or complicated menus. The super-simple remote—with about half the number of buttons on a traditional TV remote—puts you in control of your favorite entertainment.


Brand Name TCL


Item Weight 49.4 pounds


Product Dimensions 48.3 x 13.7 x 31.1 inches


Item model number 55R635


ASIN B0885F5GMP


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 156 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #857 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #25 in LED & LCD TVs


Date First Available August 11, 2020


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Features

  • Superior 4K Ultra HD: Picture clarity combined with the contrast, color, and detail of Dolby Vision HDR (High Dynamic Range) for the most lifelike picture.
  • Mini-LED Technology: Uncompromised contrast, brightness, and uniformity for incredible viewing in any environment.
  • QLED: Quantum dot technology delivers better brightness and wider color volume.
  • Contrast Control Zones: Contrast is individually optimized across up to 240 localized zones for striking contrast between bright and dark areas of the image.
  • Easy Voice Control: Works with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant to help you find movie titles, launch or change channels, even switch inputs, using just your voice. Also available through the Roku mobile app or voice-enabled remote control.
  • THX Certified Game Mode: Gain a competitive edge with the most optimal viewing experience for big-screen gaming; never miss the action due to image smear, response time, or input lag, and enjoy the game as it was intended by the creators.
  • 4 HDMI inputs (1 eARC): Connect all your favorite devices through the four HDMI inputs that includes 1 eARC to easily sync audio and video sources and deliver better quality sound.

Description

TCL's 6-Series combines stunning 4K HDR and mini-LED technology in a bold, brushed metal design for a superior TV experience. Quantum Dot technology and the HDR Pro Pack with Dolby Vision combine for greater brightness and contrast, as well as a full palette of rich colors. TCL’s Contrast Control Zone technology optimizes the image across individual zones to yield striking contrast between light and dark areas. The 6-Series models’ AiPQ Engine uses machine-learning algorithms to optimize color, contrast and clarity for an unrivaled 4K HDR experience. Easy Voice Control lets you control your entertainment using just your voice. Gain a competitive edge with the world’s first TV featuring THX Certified Game Mode combined with Variable Refresh Rate and Auto Game Mode for a smoother, optimized gaming experience. Plus, the Roku OS provides seamless access to thousands of streaming channels, your cable box, Blu-ray player, gaming console, and other devices without flipping through inputs or complicated menus. The super-simple remote—with about half the number of buttons on a traditional TV remote—puts you in control of your favorite entertainment.


Brand Name TCL


Item Weight 49.4 pounds


Product Dimensions 48.3 x 13.7 x 31.1 inches


Item model number 55R635


ASIN B0885F5GMP


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 156 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #857 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #25 in LED & LCD TVs


Date First Available August 11, 2020


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Features

  • Superior 4K Ultra HD: Picture clarity combined with the contrast, color, and detail of Dolby Vision HDR (High Dynamic Range) for the most lifelike picture.
  • Mini-LED Technology: Uncompromised contrast, brightness, and uniformity for incredible viewing in any environment.
  • QLED: Quantum dot technology delivers better brightness and wider color volume.
  • Contrast Control Zones: Contrast is individually optimized across up to 240 localized zones for striking contrast between bright and dark areas of the image.
  • Easy Voice Control: Works with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant to help you find movie titles, launch or change channels, even switch inputs, using just your voice. Also available through the Roku mobile app or voice-enabled remote control.
  • THX Certified Game Mode: Gain a competitive edge with the most optimal viewing experience for big-screen gaming; never miss the action due to image smear, response time, or input lag, and enjoy the game as it was intended by the creators.
  • 4 HDMI inputs (1 eARC): Connect all your favorite devices through the four HDMI inputs that includes 1 eARC to easily sync audio and video sources and deliver better quality sound.

Description

TCL's 6-Series combines stunning 4K HDR and mini-LED technology in a bold, brushed metal design for a superior TV experience. Quantum Dot technology and the HDR Pro Pack with Dolby Vision combine for greater brightness and contrast, as well as a full palette of rich colors. TCL’s Contrast Control Zone technology optimizes the image across individual zones to yield striking contrast between light and dark areas. The 6-Series models’ AiPQ Engine uses machine-learning algorithms to optimize color, contrast and clarity for an unrivaled 4K HDR experience. Easy Voice Control lets you control your entertainment using just your voice. Gain a competitive edge with the world’s first TV featuring THX Certified Game Mode combined with Variable Refresh Rate and Auto Game Mode for a smoother, optimized gaming experience. Plus, the Roku OS provides seamless access to thousands of streaming channels, your cable box, Blu-ray player, gaming console, and other devices without flipping through inputs or complicated menus. The super-simple remote—with about half the number of buttons on a traditional TV remote—puts you in control of your favorite entertainment.


Brand Name TCL


Item Weight 49.4 pounds


Product Dimensions 48.3 x 13.7 x 31.1 inches


Item model number 55R635


ASIN B0885F5GMP


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 156 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #857 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #25 in LED & LCD TVs


Date First Available August 11, 2020


abunda_amazon_reviews Not sure what I expected here. I've been really hyped up on the whole mini led train. Some overly gray bleeding in the top corners is highly distracting and disheartening. Apparently the panel problems of TCL lives on even with minileds. I'm pretty disappointed on this tv based on that alone. It took me a while to dial in the settings. Dolby vision content resets and further tweaks it's settings even after you originally tweak each source. The color is great. I don't see any banding in gray to black transitions. Banding in general seems really non-existent. That's good. Seems to get plenty bright for my dark rooms standpoint. I don't think it's quite as bright as some others in this price range. Hisense H9 for instance. The local dimming works mediocre. It was a mess when I watched the very dark opening sequence of Thor in dolby vision. That was with the local dimming set on high. I moved it to medium and it seems to be the best way to use it. Roku is a pretty smooth design. I've never used it before but I can see why the fanfare exists. Overall it's a decent tv if you win the panel lottery. I don't think it's the game changer I expected it to be at all. VRR promises good gaming performance for the future though no 4k 120mhz supported. I am currently exchanging it to try to get nondefective panel. IF you win TCLs panel lottery you will like the TV. If you don't like me, you'll regret waisting your time. Note: the picture of the light bleed in the corner is over saturated by my phone. It's not THAT bad but it's noticable in darker scenes. Update: 8/19 The replacement set is okay. I'm noticing the biggest issues with blooming tend to occur with the 4k Firestick which utilizes dolby vision by default. Perhaps they generates more data that the tv can sometimes have difficulty deciding with it's lighting algorithm. Not sure. Overall it's pretty good. Not stellar but good.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2020;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Panel lottery lives on but decent.;;J. Lott;;;I purchased a Sony X900H 55", an LG OLED CX 55", and the TCL 55R635. I played multiple games and watched 4k HDR content on all of them. Dollar for dollar this unit cannot be beat. The only issue is viewing angles, which I explain at the end. The LG OLED CX 55" has the best picture quality hands down, but it is also $1000 more expensive, the HDR brightness isn't nearly as bright, and if you play PC games for hours upon hours like I do, the threat of burn-in is legitimate. It also cannot do 4k at 120 fps and HDR at the same time. I would rather have 2560x1440 with HDR than 4k at 120 without it. If you are a casual gamer and watch varied content, then OLED would be the way to go, that is if you want to burn an additional $1000. The Sony X900F has HDMI 2.1, however it does not yet support 4k at 120hz. Apparently this will be enabled down the road via a firmware patch. For me this is dead on arrival. I am not buying future capabilities in a TV I own now. The TCL has excellent picture quality and the THX Certified Gaming Mode works very well with my PC. My rig can play games like Doom and Destiny 2 at 4k at 120 fps and it is butter smooth. Even games like Grim Dawn benefit. Running anything at 120 fps is amazing. This is the future of gaming. 4k HDR content like Planet Earth II look gorgeous at this price point. I am shocked that this picture quality can be achieved at this price. Again, you aren't going to achieve those inky blacks that OLED gives you, but the difference isn't that great between the two. The only major downside to this TV is the viewing angles. As soon as you begin to move off-axis, to the left or right of the screen, the color begins to drop off almost immediately. It isn't necessarily a deal-breaker, but you should be mindful if you are going to have this in a living room with seating far to the left or right of the screen.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 17, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Excellent TV for PC Gaming;;HTPC Enthuasiast;;;I plan on playing games on this tv 98% of the time. And from what ive seen. Its one of, if not the BEST in its price range. And before you give a low star review because it doesnt have HDMI 2.1, picture this. No more than a HANDFUL of PS5 or Series X will run games Native 4K 120hz. And these arent AAA games. They are 2D sidescrollers or select racing titles This Tv supports 1440p 120hz. Which is all you can really expect out of the next gen consoles. 1080p 120hz is even pushing it. But do not go into this think 120hz console gaming is the future. ITS NOT. We barely have 60hz gaming. And i hope this gen normalizes 60hz. So that next gen (PS6) we could get 4K 120hz gaming. So in 2027, you can be upset that a budget tv doesnt come with HDMI 2.1, but in 2020, for this price, the current console technology, and the quality of the TV. There really is no issue here...if you plan on doing anything besides gaming. Maybe 2.1 is more important for you, and you should look at other options at of course, a higher price range.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Perfect Gaming TV;;CD;;;Update: Do not buy if you intend to use a sound bar with either an optical or HDMI connection via arc or EARC. The TV causes a delay in the audio leading to desynced audio. I've tried multiple sound bars, restarting, and even disabling Dolby Atmos, no luck. Only basic stereo will work through a sound bar without delay. This seems to be a major flaw from last year's model that is not yet fixed. The only solution is to pass the video input through the soundbars then over to the TV using the EARC HDMI connection, but color quality becomes garbage as a result. The TV also comes in low energy mode on the video settings by default. Changing this to normal drastically improves color and image quality. I need to determine if there is something wrong with the TV/Roku, or something wrong with the Hulu app, going between episodes causes about ten seconds of no audio as the next episode starts, then the screen will suddenly go black before coming back with picture and audio. Hopefully this will be fixed by either an update to Hulu or the TV.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2020;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Great picture, poor audio options, software bugginess.;;James Moore

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Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By J. Lott - Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2020
Panel lottery lives on but decent.
Not sure what I expected here. I've been really hyped up on the whole mini led train. Some overly gray bleeding in the top corners is highly distracting and disheartening. Apparently the panel problems of TCL lives on even with minileds. I'm pretty disappointed on this tv based on that alone. It took me a while to dial in the settings. Dolby vision content resets and further tweaks it's settings even after you originally tweak each source. The color is great. I don't see any banding in gray to black transitions. Banding in general seems really non-existent. That's good. Seems to get plenty bright for my dark rooms standpoint. I don't think it's quite as bright as some others in this price range. Hisense H9 for instance. The local dimming works mediocre. It was a mess when I watched the very dark opening sequence of Thor in dolby vision. That was with the local dimming set on high. I moved it to medium and it seems to be the best way to use it. Roku is a pretty smooth design. I've never used it before but I can see why the fanfare exists. Overall it's a decent tv if you win the panel lottery. I don't think it's the game changer I expected it to be at all. VRR promises good gaming performance for the future though no 4k 120mhz supported. I am currently exchanging it to try to get nondefective panel. IF you win TCLs panel lottery you will like the TV. If you don't like me, you'll regret waisting your time. Note: the picture of the light bleed in the corner is over saturated by my phone. It's not THAT bad but it's noticable in darker scenes. Update: 8/19 The replacement set is okay. I'm noticing the biggest issues with blooming tend to occur with the 4k Firestick which utilizes dolby vision by default. Perhaps they generates more data that the tv can sometimes have difficulty deciding with it's lighting algorithm. Not sure. Overall it's pretty good. Not stellar but good.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By HTPC Enthuasiast - Reviewed in the United States on August 17, 2020
Excellent TV for PC Gaming
I purchased a Sony X900H 55", an LG OLED CX 55", and the TCL 55R635. I played multiple games and watched 4k HDR content on all of them. Dollar for dollar this unit cannot be beat. The only issue is viewing angles, which I explain at the end. The LG OLED CX 55" has the best picture quality hands down, but it is also $1000 more expensive, the HDR brightness isn't nearly as bright, and if you play PC games for hours upon hours like I do, the threat of burn-in is legitimate. It also cannot do 4k at 120 fps and HDR at the same time. I would rather have 2560x1440 with HDR than 4k at 120 without it. If you are a casual gamer and watch varied content, then OLED would be the way to go, that is if you want to burn an additional $1000. The Sony X900F has HDMI 2.1, however it does not yet support 4k at 120hz. Apparently this will be enabled down the road via a firmware patch. For me this is dead on arrival. I am not buying future capabilities in a TV I own now. The TCL has excellent picture quality and the THX Certified Gaming Mode works very well with my PC. My rig can play games like Doom and Destiny 2 at 4k at 120 fps and it is butter smooth. Even games like Grim Dawn benefit. Running anything at 120 fps is amazing. This is the future of gaming. 4k HDR content like Planet Earth II look gorgeous at this price point. I am shocked that this picture quality can be achieved at this price. Again, you aren't going to achieve those inky blacks that OLED gives you, but the difference isn't that great between the two. The only major downside to this TV is the viewing angles. As soon as you begin to move off-axis, to the left or right of the screen, the color begins to drop off almost immediately. It isn't necessarily a deal-breaker, but you should be mindful if you are going to have this in a living room with seating far to the left or right of the screen.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By CD - Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2020
Perfect Gaming TV
I plan on playing games on this tv 98% of the time. And from what ive seen. Its one of, if not the BEST in its price range. And before you give a low star review because it doesnt have HDMI 2.1, picture this. No more than a HANDFUL of PS5 or Series X will run games Native 4K 120hz. And these arent AAA games. They are 2D sidescrollers or select racing titles This Tv supports 1440p 120hz. Which is all you can really expect out of the next gen consoles. 1080p 120hz is even pushing it. But do not go into this think 120hz console gaming is the future. ITS NOT. We barely have 60hz gaming. And i hope this gen normalizes 60hz. So that next gen (PS6) we could get 4K 120hz gaming. So in 2027, you can be upset that a budget tv doesnt come with HDMI 2.1, but in 2020, for this price, the current console technology, and the quality of the TV. There really is no issue here...if you plan on doing anything besides gaming. Maybe 2.1 is more important for you, and you should look at other options at of course, a higher price range.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By James Moore - Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2020
Great picture, poor audio options, software bugginess.
Update: Do not buy if you intend to use a sound bar with either an optical or HDMI connection via arc or EARC. The TV causes a delay in the audio leading to desynced audio. I've tried multiple sound bars, restarting, and even disabling Dolby Atmos, no luck. Only basic stereo will work through a sound bar without delay. This seems to be a major flaw from last year's model that is not yet fixed. The only solution is to pass the video input through the soundbars then over to the TV using the EARC HDMI connection, but color quality becomes garbage as a result. The TV also comes in low energy mode on the video settings by default. Changing this to normal drastically improves color and image quality. I need to determine if there is something wrong with the TV/Roku, or something wrong with the Hulu app, going between episodes causes about ten seconds of no audio as the next episode starts, then the screen will suddenly go black before coming back with picture and audio. Hopefully this will be fixed by either an update to Hulu or the TV.

Recent Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By J. Lott - Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2020
Panel lottery lives on but decent.
Not sure what I expected here. I've been really hyped up on the whole mini led train. Some overly gray bleeding in the top corners is highly distracting and disheartening. Apparently the panel problems of TCL lives on even with minileds. I'm pretty disappointed on this tv based on that alone. It took me a while to dial in the settings. Dolby vision content resets and further tweaks it's settings even after you originally tweak each source. The color is great. I don't see any banding in gray to black transitions. Banding in general seems really non-existent. That's good. Seems to get plenty bright for my dark rooms standpoint. I don't think it's quite as bright as some others in this price range. Hisense H9 for instance. The local dimming works mediocre. It was a mess when I watched the very dark opening sequence of Thor in dolby vision. That was with the local dimming set on high. I moved it to medium and it seems to be the best way to use it. Roku is a pretty smooth design. I've never used it before but I can see why the fanfare exists. Overall it's a decent tv if you win the panel lottery. I don't think it's the game changer I expected it to be at all. VRR promises good gaming performance for the future though no 4k 120mhz supported. I am currently exchanging it to try to get nondefective panel. IF you win TCLs panel lottery you will like the TV. If you don't like me, you'll regret waisting your time. Note: the picture of the light bleed in the corner is over saturated by my phone. It's not THAT bad but it's noticable in darker scenes. Update: 8/19 The replacement set is okay. I'm noticing the biggest issues with blooming tend to occur with the 4k Firestick which utilizes dolby vision by default. Perhaps they generates more data that the tv can sometimes have difficulty deciding with it's lighting algorithm. Not sure. Overall it's pretty good. Not stellar but good.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By HTPC Enthuasiast - Reviewed in the United States on August 17, 2020
Excellent TV for PC Gaming
I purchased a Sony X900H 55", an LG OLED CX 55", and the TCL 55R635. I played multiple games and watched 4k HDR content on all of them. Dollar for dollar this unit cannot be beat. The only issue is viewing angles, which I explain at the end. The LG OLED CX 55" has the best picture quality hands down, but it is also $1000 more expensive, the HDR brightness isn't nearly as bright, and if you play PC games for hours upon hours like I do, the threat of burn-in is legitimate. It also cannot do 4k at 120 fps and HDR at the same time. I would rather have 2560x1440 with HDR than 4k at 120 without it. If you are a casual gamer and watch varied content, then OLED would be the way to go, that is if you want to burn an additional $1000. The Sony X900F has HDMI 2.1, however it does not yet support 4k at 120hz. Apparently this will be enabled down the road via a firmware patch. For me this is dead on arrival. I am not buying future capabilities in a TV I own now. The TCL has excellent picture quality and the THX Certified Gaming Mode works very well with my PC. My rig can play games like Doom and Destiny 2 at 4k at 120 fps and it is butter smooth. Even games like Grim Dawn benefit. Running anything at 120 fps is amazing. This is the future of gaming. 4k HDR content like Planet Earth II look gorgeous at this price point. I am shocked that this picture quality can be achieved at this price. Again, you aren't going to achieve those inky blacks that OLED gives you, but the difference isn't that great between the two. The only major downside to this TV is the viewing angles. As soon as you begin to move off-axis, to the left or right of the screen, the color begins to drop off almost immediately. It isn't necessarily a deal-breaker, but you should be mindful if you are going to have this in a living room with seating far to the left or right of the screen.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By CD - Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2020
Perfect Gaming TV
I plan on playing games on this tv 98% of the time. And from what ive seen. Its one of, if not the BEST in its price range. And before you give a low star review because it doesnt have HDMI 2.1, picture this. No more than a HANDFUL of PS5 or Series X will run games Native 4K 120hz. And these arent AAA games. They are 2D sidescrollers or select racing titles This Tv supports 1440p 120hz. Which is all you can really expect out of the next gen consoles. 1080p 120hz is even pushing it. But do not go into this think 120hz console gaming is the future. ITS NOT. We barely have 60hz gaming. And i hope this gen normalizes 60hz. So that next gen (PS6) we could get 4K 120hz gaming. So in 2027, you can be upset that a budget tv doesnt come with HDMI 2.1, but in 2020, for this price, the current console technology, and the quality of the TV. There really is no issue here...if you plan on doing anything besides gaming. Maybe 2.1 is more important for you, and you should look at other options at of course, a higher price range.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By James Moore - Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2020
Great picture, poor audio options, software bugginess.
Update: Do not buy if you intend to use a sound bar with either an optical or HDMI connection via arc or EARC. The TV causes a delay in the audio leading to desynced audio. I've tried multiple sound bars, restarting, and even disabling Dolby Atmos, no luck. Only basic stereo will work through a sound bar without delay. This seems to be a major flaw from last year's model that is not yet fixed. The only solution is to pass the video input through the soundbars then over to the TV using the EARC HDMI connection, but color quality becomes garbage as a result. The TV also comes in low energy mode on the video settings by default. Changing this to normal drastically improves color and image quality. I need to determine if there is something wrong with the TV/Roku, or something wrong with the Hulu app, going between episodes causes about ten seconds of no audio as the next episode starts, then the screen will suddenly go black before coming back with picture and audio. Hopefully this will be fixed by either an update to Hulu or the TV.