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TCL launches upgraded 6-series 4K TVs starting at $600

25 Sep 2019 | Rasmus Larsen |

First announced in August, TCL's new 6-series LCD TVs are now available in the US in 55 and 65 inches starting at $600. The TVs feature zone dimming and Dolby Vision support.

TCL 6-series TVs

The new and upgraded 6-series 4K LCD TVs will continue to offer LED local dimming, with 100 zones in the 55-inch model and more zones in the larger 65-inch model. They are now also equipped with a quantum dot film for wider color gamut coverage. The TVs support three High Dynamic Range (HDR) formats, specifically HDR10, HLG, and Dolby Vision. In addition, TCL touts Dolby Atmos support but you will need to connect an external sound system to experience the encompassing Atmos experience.

TCL 6-series TVs

In the US, TCL and Roku are joined at the hip, and like its other TVs the new 6-series models come with the Roku OS platform built-in. From Roku OS you have access to streaming services such as Amazon, Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube. Later this year, TCL will launch its new 8-series, which is the first LCD TV with a miniLED backlight. TCL's upgraded 6-series models will compete head-to-head with LCD TVs from the likes of Samsung and Vizio in the upper mid-range segment of the market. They are available now in 55 inches (55R625) and 65 inches (65R625) for $600 and $800, respectively.

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