The Chinese manufacturer already has quantum dot models on offer, we looked at one of them.
While for many traditional market players it has been a nightmare for the past decade in the television sector, there have been newcomers for whom this period has turned out great. One clear winner of this era, for example, is China’s TCL, which has now struggled from relative anonymity to become one of the world’s largest television producers in a relatively short period of time. The group, which initially focused on cheaper models, has been eyeing the higher categories for some time. They pay a lot of attention to the developments, thanks to which, for example, they already have their own QLED television.
The company also officially launched its products in Hungary last year, and recently the range has been expanded with new devices, including a quantum dot LED LCD model called the C72 +. A 55-inch version of this visited us for a short time, which, based on preliminary info, seemed competitive.
The company sings ode to the look of the device, but the truth is that it’s a fairly average model in terms of design. The kava is terribly thin, of course, and because it’s flush with the display, it’s invisible when turned off, but that’s true for most TVs in that category today. It harmonizes with the base in the color of the metallic frame, which is not particularly nice, but more importantly, it keeps the huge screen stable enough, but unfortunately it does not allow it to be rotated or tilted. The device can also be easily hung on the wall using a standard VESA console.
The outputs and inputs are located on the back, three HDMI 2.0, one HDMI 2.1, USB 2.0, Ethernet, component (AV jack adapter), digital optical audio and 3.5 mm analog audio connectors, and, of course, the CI + reader needed to decode pay-TV digital programs was not left behind either.
|TCL C72+ (TCL 55C728)|
|Panel||10 QLED VA dicks|
|Screen size||55 inches (139 cm)|
|Maximum resolution||Ultra High Definition (3840×2160)|
|HDR support||HDR10, HDR10+ HLG, Dolby Vision|
|Input lag||14,5 ms|
|Maximum brightness||kb. 600 cd/m²|
|Picture settings||Dynamic, HDR Repair, Game, Cinema, PC, Sports, Standard|
|Sound settings||Dynamic, Standard, Cinema, Music, Clear Sound, Game|
|Sound system||2-channel, 20 watts|
|Built-in digital tuners||DVB-T/DVB-C/DVB-S2|
|Interface||3 pcs HDMI 2.0, HDMI 2.0, USB 2.0, optical digital audio, 3.5 mm analog audio, Ethernet, component, CI + slot|
|Extras||Android TV smart TV system, media player, web content, HDR support, HDR conversion|
|Power consumption||Average: 115 watts, in standby mode: 0.21 watts|
|Size||Talppal: 122,7 x 76,8 x 30,2 cm
Without sole: 122.7 x 71.2 x 8.1 cm
Without sole: 14.4 kg
|Product website||TCL C72+ (TCL 55C728)|
|Consumer Price||HUF 300,000|
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