Brand-new TCL TV’s have arrived for consumers. The company boasts its biggest TVs ever, and the biggest Roku TV models as well, exceeding 80 inches, with varying features for any movie lover.
When it comes to TVs, bigger is better. Through investments in new panel production facilities, TCL can make bigger screens more accessible. The TCL XL Collection has three 85-inch models each for different levels of home theater reasonable prices.
Starting with a smart 85-inch 4-Series TCL Roku TV with 4K HDR streaming, to an 85-inch 4K HDR TCL Roku TV with QLED wide color picture quality, to the 85-inch 8K TV featuring TCL’s highest performance display.
“TCL’s XL Collection represents this next stage in the TV industry – large-size, powerful televisions that deliver premier movie-going experiences in the comfort and safety of your own living room – and we’re excited for users to get back that cinematic magic,” said Chris Larson, senior vice president of TCL. “Being one of only three global TV brands with full vertical integration, TCL continues to expand its big-screen production capacity to make the largest television screens with best-in-class imaging technology more accessible than ever. Thus, allowing TCL to maintain its status of number two selling brand of TVs in the United States and drive even more success.”
The One Collection for All
The XL Collection offers the look of a decent-sized home cinema screen. If you sit six feet away from the TV, it will deliver the same 60-degree look of the commercial movie theaters when you sit in the middle row with center seats. Consumers will also receive instant access to popular channels, offering new movies and curating a personalized screening room to watch all of the family’s favorite movies.
The new collection has includes variable refresh rate and 120Hz HDMI input support, along with THX Certified Game Mode. The combination of TCL and THX mixes decades of finely tuned big-screen gaming experience to create a whole new level.
By creating the immersive visual look of the new collection, consumers get to see beyond the display. The 85R745 TCL Roku TV will feature QLED wide color technology for better brightness and wider color volume. It was measured with 100-percent color volume DCI-P3. This is a match to most cinema screens, providing stunning colors and brightness.
TCL’s Contrast Control Zones Technology
The XL Collections also will feature TCL’s Contrast Control Zones. This feature optimizes the image across individual zones to create a contrast between light and dark areas. Essentially, this is where the TV’s full-array local dimming (FALD) allows the TV to decide to dim or brighten the backlight behind areas that need it depending on the movie scene. Contrast Control Zones were specifically created for 4K Ultra HD picture clarity.
The new TV’s also will have the HDR Pro Pack, so that they can have a true cinema experience at home. Additionally, this comes with color support from Dolby Vision and HDR10 and HLG.