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TCL 55S425 55 inch 4K Smart LED Roku TV (2019)

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Size: 55 in

Set: TV only


  • Direct lit LED produces great picture quality | Compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant | Dual-band Wi-Fi and Ethernet port
  • TV Dimensions | Without Stand 49 inch W x 28.4 inch H x 3.1 inch D | With Stand 49 inch W x 30.6 inch H x 8 inch D | Stand Separation distance 42.3 inch | Refresh rate 120 Hz CMI | Wall mount 200 millimeter x 200 millimeter VESA | Panel resolution 3840 x 2160
  • Pairs 4K ultra HD picture clarity with the contrast, color, and detail of high dynamic Range (HDR) for the most lifelike picture
  • Smart functionality delivers all your favorite content with over 500,000 movies and TV episodes, accessible through the simple and intuitive Roku TV
  • Inputs/outputs: HDMI 3 | USB 1 | Ethernet 1 | RF Input 1 | SPDIF Digital Audio Optical 1 | Audio Output Headphone 1 | AV Input Composite Video plus Land R Audio In


TCL, one of the world's largest TV manufacturers in the world and America’s fastest growing TV brand, bring the latest in 4K technology and design. We've simplified the 4K Ultra HD TV so you can instantly enjoy endless entertainment. With compatibility, choose from more than 5, 000 streaming channels that feature 450, 000 movies and TV episodes plus live sports, news, music, kids and family, food, science and tech, fitness, foreign language and so much more. Features: Electronics: 4K ultra high definition, smart tv, built in ROKU streaming, streaming capability. The standby power consumption is less than 0.5 watts.

Screen Size: 55 Inches

Brand: TCL

Display Technology: LED

Product Dimensions: 3.1"D x 49"W x 28.4"H

Resolution: 4K

Refresh Rate: 120 Hz

Special Feature: High Dynamic Range Technology; 4K Creative Pro Upscaling Engine; Works with Alexa and Google Assistant See more

Model Name: .55S425

Included Components: remote control

Brand Name: ‎TCL

Item Weight: ‎27.1 pounds

Product Dimensions: ‎8 x 49 x 30.6 inches

Item model number: ‎55S425

Batteries: ‎2 AAA batteries required.

Color Name: ‎Black

Number of Component Outputs: ‎Optical

Special Features: ‎High Dynamic Range Technology; 4K Creative Pro Upscaling Engine; Works with Alexa and Google Assistant

Date First Available: February 1, 2019

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  • Updated Review (August 18, 2019). Almost perfect for the price (July 25, 2019)
Size: 43 in Set: TV only
Updated Review.... My original score for this TV was 4/5 and that still remains. If you read this entire review, you'll learn that I had to get a replacement within a week of getting this TV because I was experiencing weird things with the speakers. At first I thought the speakers were actually physically broken, but later became convince that something was wrong internally. I had to reboot, restore and update that TV a few times just to make sure it wasn't a software issue.As the Review stated, I contacted amazon about this issue and got the replacement. The replacement works perfectly. The TV is slick in design but nothing special, given that most LCD/LED TVs look the same. It has good picture quality but it does suffer from various issues. first, you can feel the backlight through the image being presented to you. It's weird to explain, but get within 5ft range or so and you can just notice the backlight of the screen. It's even more noticeable when you are looking at the TV from more than a 35 degree angle. Which is the second issue, you have to look at this TV essentially dead on to appreciate the picture quality that the TV offers. So make sure the TV is at eye-level or you'll quickly see diminishing colors and reduced details. This can actually be fixed if you set the TV to its dark and darker modes, which still give you a very nice picture quality and is easy on your eyes when watching the TV in the dark. The 3rd issue is that, although the colors are nice, they do not pop. This is more of a subjective thing, but colors can seem slightly faded or washed when compared to a VIZIO TV.. The TV still offers a great picture. The ROKU interface is clean and simple and works flawlessly. It is really responsive and that is definitely a plus over other operating systems from LG, Samsung, VIZIO and others. Change the power settings to "quick start" and its so much fun being able to interact with the TV with my iPad or my phone. The remote is also a plus and I quite like it, even over the Apple TV remote. Button placement and design just feel right in my hands. I do wish the TV came with the ROKU remote that has a mic built in but i can't complain as I use my iPhone as a secondary remote with a mic. My only issue with the ROKU interface is I can't have multiple apps/channels open. That's a plus of having the Apple TV 4th gen and up. The sound? My speakers on this TV work perfectly. They are nothing out of this word but they get the job done. You have a rather balanced/flat sound but you can appreciate what is coming out of the speakers. It is definitely recommended you get a sound bar, but you won't be disappointed with e speakers. In summary, the TV is worth it at its price. it does give you a good picture, good contrast and ok sound. But the price is just perfect and i do not regret using this TV for gaming and as a monitor to my MacBook Air. BTW, thanks to Amazon again for helping me out with the replacement. :) ================================================ Old review.... I have been a fan of the TCL series of TV's but have also been rather skeptical of getting them through Amazon because of the shipping risks. I would look at them at Costco, walmart and Even Sam's Club but would not purchase them because I would always find them cheaper via Amazon. Anyway, I finally caved in on the Prime day sale and bought the 43" (2018 MODEL) 4K UHD HDR Tv from TCL. It arrived on Monday in a banged up box. ...But I was glad it had arrived because many TV's 43" and up from various manufacturers would simply not ship to Puerto Rico (Including the fire-equipped TV's). I was worried because of the nature in which the box was. I quickly opened it and removed the TV. Upon close inspection everything seemed to be OK. No scratches, dents, cracks, etc. It was brand new in all sense of the word. I quickly screwed in the legs in placed and stood it on my work area. I went through setup process and everything was a breeze. I really do like Roku's simple to navigate tile interface. I'm assuming it's Roku's because i've never interacted with a rook interface before. I apologize to TCL if it is their interface. Anyway, I was greeted with the setup video that looked gorgeous. I was able to quickly appreciate the vivid color of the TV and the sharpness of the image. Granted, Samsung TV's and Vizio TVs are more color accurate and have better color range, but this TV still looks really, really good. So I logged into Netflix, Amazon Prime Videos and my youtube account. I even plugged in my kids' NES classic and my Macbook Air. They worked perfectly. The next day I started watching Youtube videos and noticed the speakers start to hiss. The sound was coming out distorted as if the speakers were busted. I checked different youtube videos, Netflix videos and even my local videos on the macbook. Everything sounded off. So i figured i'd have to ask for a replacement and i did. The process was rather quick and painless with the help of an Amazon customer representative. As the TV is on its way the TV speakers have done weird things. They change in quality letting me, conclude that the actual TV speakers are not broken and that something is going on software-wise. The TV has gone from sounding completely normal to acquiring and echo-like sound (odd reverberations), to them sounding muffled and normal again. Sometimes they come and go on etheir own and at other times I have to go to sound settings to toggle sound mode. The distortions in sound have happened less and less in the past 2 days. The TV gets a 4/5 for these for now. Everything else about it is perfect. (i'd like airplay 2 support but it's not on these model yet). I'll be evaluating the replacement TV to see if it is offering the same kind of issue or another unexpected issue. Hopefully I'll keep the one that works properly the best. Thanks to Amazon for being quick in sending a replacement at no additional cost. It should be arriving tomorrow, if all goes swell. I'll update this review once I play around with the replacement TV and keep evaluating this one. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on July 25, 2019 by R. noloc R. noloc

  • Great TV. Long review.
Size: 50 in Set: TV only
Great TV for gaming PS4. Love the features. Let's begin, I paid full price blah blah blah not an ad. Anyway, this is a great TV for the price. By price I mean the picture quality only in that it's not as dark as way more expensive tvs. The resolution is great, no issues playing the PS4 in HDR. (you have to go into the settings and enable HDMI 2.0). Every review I read about this TV said it's a great second TV. That's exactly what this is. The best second TV. My GF and I got this for her room. At first she thought it was big but she really likes it even when I'm not here (or so she says lol). Features: it has a ton, stream all the YouTube and Netflix and such. But... My GF watches a lot of TV (off direct TV). This TV let's you choose what input to go to when you turn it on. This makes it easy for us to use the direct TV remote (I'm sure it would work for anything) to just press the power button and the tv goes to that input. It's different from making it turn on to the last channel or input. We could have been watching Netflix and turn it off and on and it'll go to the direct TV input. If I had this TV I would set it so everytime I turn it on its ready to play my ps4. Another feature I like about the remote is that if you press the Netflix, Hulu, Roku (don't use it), or Disney+ (don't have it) the tv turns on and goes directly to Netflix. Picture: I don't know... I'm not an expert. It just looks like the darks are less dark. That's all. Very bright TV. It's a 4k TV so it's 4k resolution. Seriously... It's the perfect second TV. Buying a TV for a bedroom? Get this one. Buying a TV for... the garage? Idk this is a great TV. Would I get it for my living room? No. Do I have it in my room? No. Not flexing, just being informative... My main console is the PS4 pro. The TV we bought is the 50 inch version. In my room I have a... Let's say 900 dollar TV. That TV is living room quality because I wanted to spend that much. If you're looking for anything under 500 because that's what you can afford. This is a the best TV for that in my opinion. This TV is easier to use than my other TV. I really like the dedicated buttons for Netflix and that it turns on straight to what I press. You cannot reprogram the buttons. The best reason I could find is something about marketing partnerships. Either way, great TV. Also!!! My GF likes to sleep when it's really dark. This TV has a square on the bottom that lights up when you press a button or when you turn it off. DON'T WORRY. There is a setting where you can turn it off. It's really bright if that's all that's on. Almost nightlight level. Just turn it off. Anything else... (rambling clearly shows I'm not a pro reviewer. Or does it...). Just a great TV. Don't notice any lag. My issue about dark parts is just that if I was playing a game and it's a dark tunnel, you can still see everything in the picture. It's just the darks are... very bright. Anyway. Great gaming TV. Great TV for the price category. Last thing, the "Cons" part: (dramatic music) When I took it out of the box it totally had that cheap plastic smell. It does go away. Remember the price but that the tv will still be great. Just had that smell. Still a 5 star product for me. Not really a con but plug in the power cord before you wall mount. Reaching the ports on one side is easier than plugging in the power cord on the other. The line on top of Netflix or streaming services... Yes, my TV does that sometimes. What am I talking about? Sometimes when I am watching Netflix, Hulu, or YouTube (the only streaming services I have tried. The TV has many more available just go to the home menu to select them) there's a small line across the top of the screen about an inch down from the edge of the screen. As best as I can describe since it's not doing it now and can't take a Pic, it freezes a previous scene in a very narrow line. My gf didn't notice at first. And it didn't really bother us. To be honest, I had already mounted it and was trying to stay calm. One solution I found online was to unplug it for 30 seconds. Of course I tried it and it still came back. It does happen way more seldom. I trust a future patch will solve it but in no way does it hurt my 5 star score. When we watch TV it's never there and when I play ps4 it's never there. So, I assume (OK I agree with the smarter people online) that it's probably a software issue that will get patched. Again... It doesn't affect the inputs. It won't be there when you play PS4 or watch TV. Just sometimes when you watch Netflix. Just try turning it off and pressing the Netflix button. It's still a great TV. The 4 stars in picture quality in my review is just about the dark colors. Still a 5 star tv. (owned it for 2 weeks so far) Edit: I added a picture of the "line" issue I talked about. Also, I thought of another question. If this tv was just within my budget, would I get something that may have a better picture but smaller screen?... No. I would choose this TV hands down. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on June 6, 2020 by TwistedGohan TwistedGohan

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