Fantastic TV for the price
We purchased this tv in a 55" version and our kids loved how easy it was to use and navigate arround apps. It featured great picture quality for their WiiU and blurays were very well impressive on graphics.
We loved it and went and bought the bigger vision for ourselves and now have it in our living room. We have had the smaller 1 for almost 6 months and the big 1 for 2 months. No problems, no complications.
Awesome Android TV for the price.
Purchased in January 2020 for $899.00.
This TV is a perfect 5 star product operating system and apps are spot on
We purchased 70" TCL in May 2017 and it was a fantastic TV. Developed faults after 34 Months. TCL replaced it with a brand new latest model. Very happy customer.
good picture quality and sound for the price
QUHD Tv which has quntum dot technology and UHD Tv . dolby vishion. android tv ( Better than smart Tv which you can download more apps
for the price i paid really satisfy with the product with the technology its offers and the option it has .
good sounds as well.
Bar none, the worst TV we have EVER purchased, VERY disappointed in TCL
Sorry in advance for the long review but it sums up our drawn out saga with TCL. We purchased our TCL P8S 65" TV in October 2020 after reading reasonable reviews on mainly US websites as there weren't any reviews on this TV at the time and the sales rep assured us that the TCL brand offered great quality & value (we have absolutely no issues with the sales rep). We ended up writing the very first review (which we have since asked the retailer to remove) after only one day of watching commercial TV (and not Apps) as we initially thought the TV w...as okay for the price paid, that was until we started using Netflix and other apps (after writing the review). The first issue's were that the picture quality would randomly go blurry then come good and the audio and visual display intermittently didn't sync on most apps which became very frustrating, very quickly. After speaking with a staff member at the retail shop, the suggestion was made that the syncing issue was more than likely to do with our internet server & or speed so we just hoped that it improved. After another couple of weeks, more issues developed so we contacted the store who referred us to TCL customer service. This is where our headache began. The first avenue was for us to do a factory reset which wipes all of the apps and other data we had spent quite some time loading. At first the TV seemed okay (again commercial TV) but after reloading several apps, we realised that the TV now had new issues. The audio/ visual sync and blurry picture issue was back but now the TV kept freezing up, Netflix kept stating messages that numerous programs were unavailable, other apps wouldn't work and the audio from one program played over an entirely different app or program. We again contacted TCL who asked us to email video proof of the issues. We had taken a few, so we sent them the same day. On recontacting TCL, we were again asked to reset the TV (and again wipe all of the apps and data to start over). Within a day of doing so and spending ages reloading the apps once again, we were right back at the start with the same issues only now with additional problems. The TV now would freeze up entirely which required turning off at the wall and starting again continually. The audio/ visual issue not syncing started occurring on commercial TV as did the blurry picture quality. In addition, the picture started freezing whilst the audio would continue when all of a sudden, the picture would commence with the audio totally out of sync. We again contacted TCL after losing total confidence in the brand asking to get our money back (considering that this had all started within a week of having a brand new TV) but they insisted that we again send them additional video and images of the issues. We recorded about a dozen video's of various issues and took several images most of which we emailed to TCL. On contacting TCL yet again, we were told that they now needed to send a TCL technician to verify that the TV had a fault!!! Despite arguing the point that we had sent numerous videos and images, they still insisted on sending a tech. By this stage, over two months had passed since first complaining which had resulted in two months of resorting to iPads or other devices to watch our programs.
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