TCL 55C826K Mini LED Gaming TV 55 Inch QLED Smart TV, 4K UHD, Dolby Vision IQ & Atmos, ONKYO Audio System, Google assistant and Alexa

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TCL 55C826K Mini LED Gaming TV 55 Inch QLED Smart TV, 4K UHD, Dolby Vision IQ & Atmos, ONKYO Audio System, Google assistant and Alexa

TCL 55C826K Mini LED Gaming TV 55 Inch QLED Smart TV, 4K UHD, Dolby Vision IQ & Atmos, ONKYO Audio System, Google assistant and Alexa

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Samsung continuously improves the processor from Quantum Processor 4k to Neo Quantum Processor 8K. These are powerful in terms of picture processing, upscaling, etc. There has also been reports by several owners from the French forums that the TV has some blooming in real world content, gradient/color banding, and motion/judder issues. Triggering VRR or Dolby Vision will cause the TV to flash Pink rapidly. TCL 55C826K Mini LED Gaming TV 55 Inch QLED Smart TV, 4K UHD, Dolby Vision IQ & Atmos, ONKYO Audio System, Google assistant and Alexa Description

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After 3 years of Tcl Tv I'm done with them, I don't even sell it second hand but throw a big hammer on it

When you fire up the TCL for the first time, the brightness is truly remarkable. We had our computer connected to one of the HDMI ports, and its white desktop set the TCL’s screen utterly ablaze. No Firmware updates have been released for the UK but the Europeans have had like 10 Firmware updates for theres. So the surprise comes when you see TCL’s analysis of the results of this change, and particularly its comparison with OLED, still regarded by many, ourselves included for the most part, as the TV technology du jour in areas such as contrast and HDR, if not in absolute brightness.

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Desktop: Hifiman Sundara-RME ADI-2 DAC fs-Eversolo DMP-A6 PC: 12700KF-3060TI-Z690-32GB RAM-Innocn 40" Ultrawide We didn’t mind; the movie looked incredible, the combination of spectacular detail and rapid motion sequences – such as the extended barrel-borne fight sequence – absolutely stunning. That's the question we're asking ourselves after the surprise announcement of the TCL C825, a successor to last year's C81 QLED that brings in more advanced technologies from its US range. Supports advanced gaming features including 120Hz native refresh rate, HDMI 2.1, FreeSync, G-Sync, VRR.Picture quality is the first and foremost factor to look into while choosing a TV. TVs with high color contrast along with local dimming improves color contrast vastly. TVs should support at least Dolby Vision or HDR 10+ along with HDR 10 and HLG. I'm still playing with the picture settings, on Live TV I have brought the brightness down to 50 and the colour saturation down. But I only did that because I wasn't use to such a bright TV, the Philips OLED was no where near this brightness. UK punters who wanted those HDMI 2.1 features would have been disappointed, sure, but not felt betrayed & lied to. The stand leaves the TV panel 8cm up from the desktop, with the gap to the stand filled by the integrated soundbar, wrapped in on-trend grey fabric and branded to Onkyo, though the cachet imparted by Onkyo may be tempered temporarily for those aware that Onkyo is currently under its second offer of buyout in as many years (an abandoned bid by Sound United now replaced by one from Voxx, parent of Klipsch). Tizen is also very good and supports all major apps including Apple TV but it doesn’t have Freeview Play. Samsung has an advantage where you can search content with voice search, TCL doesn’t have this option. But overall, Roku is the clear winner.

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Comparing TCL Roku TV vs Samsung, the Samsung is slightly better than TCL. With 60 Hz refresh rate, the motion processing will not be as better as 120Hz. It supports ALLM but doesn’t have VRR or FreeSync. Even so, you can easily get impressive performance in gaming. The 120 Hz mode is probably fixed at the sharpness level and is set to 0 in the setting menu.and if I add more sharpness to the image nothing happens.Probably another software error Between TCL 4k vs Samsung 4k TV, Samsung has relatively better picture quality. TCL uses 4k Creative Pro upscaling engine to upscale images and the upscaling is decent. However, it only supports HDR 10 and doesn’t have wide color gamut. The SDR and HDR brightness is poor and you can use them in less-illuminated rooms. Samsung 55” RU8000 Comparing TCL vs Samsung TVs, the TCL has higher brightness but it should be much higher given that they are QLED TVs. You can easily use them in well-lit rooms. Overall, you will enjoy movies and shows with precise details even in dark scenes.With no audio sync adjustment on the hi-fi amplifier, we sought a solution. Easiest would have been to run the optical output of the TV to the amplifier – the TV would delay the audio to match the video. But because the connections were on the right side of the TV, we didn’t have an optical cable long enough. Was your OLED a Philips POS9002 by any chance? I had the same, but the screen burn wasn't the usual static logo screen burn it was a large blob in middle of the screen. I have taken the brightness down to 65. Yesterday I was on the TV for a good solid 10 hours and I actually felt eye-strain as it was just too bright even in movie mode. In terms of sound, an integrated ONKYO 2.1 sound system sounds impressive for the likely price point, with the speakers on last year's model offering a large soundstage with a genuine sense of verticality – something that pairs well with the set's Dolby Atmos audio support.



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