TCL 55S405 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart LED TV (2017 Model)

April 29, 2019 - Comment

The S-Series 4K TCL Roku TV delivers stunning picture performance while bringing all your favorite content through a simple, intuitive interface in a sleek modern design. HDMI Ports: 3 HDMI 2.0 w/HDCP 2.2 (1 ARC); Resolution: 3840 x 2160; USB Ports: 1 USB2.0 Product Features Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 49.1″

More details from Amazon $329.99Amazon.com Price
(as of June 26, 2019 4:06 pm BST - Details)

The S-Series 4K TCL Roku TV delivers stunning picture performance while bringing all your favorite content through a simple, intuitive interface in a sleek modern design. HDMI Ports: 3 HDMI 2.0 w/HDCP 2.2 (1 ARC); Resolution: 3840 x 2160; USB Ports: 1 USB2.0

Product Features

  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 49.1″ x 28.5″ x 3″, TV with stand: 49.1″ x 30.8″ x 8.7″
  • Smart functionality offers access to over 4,000 streaming channels featuring more than 450,000 movies and TV episodes via Roku TV
  • Pairs 4K Ultra HD picture clarity with the contrast, color, and detail of High Dynamic Range (HDR) for the most lifelike picture
  • Direct-lit LED produces great picture quality. Panel Resolution: 3840 x 2160. Dual-band Wi-Fi & Ethernet port
  • 120Hz refresh rate allows fast moving action scenes to be seen with virtually no motion blur.Wi-Fi : 802.een with virtually no motion blur.Screw Size:M6 x 16
  • Inputs: 3 HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2 (one with HDMI ARC), 1 USB (media player), RF, Composite, Headphone Jack, Optical Audio Out, Ethernet

Comments

Anonymous says:

I Play Video Games Here’s the short version:If you grew up poor and can’t mentally justify spending a month of rent in urban California on a single television, if you’re poor as heck right now but could conceivably afford this television, if you’ve never owned a 4k TV, if you’ve never owned an especially large TV, you will not be disappointed by this gigantic freaking monstrosity of a display. It nicely upscales 1080p content, it has a nice frame rate, it has passable speakers you can hear the bass on, and as someone who is picky about delay to the point of 25ms being effectively unusable for music-based games I am very happy with the “game mode” option that removes the delay typically associated with HDMI displays. It is a good TV and everyone in my family, which includes two audio people and a visual artist, is extremely happy with it.The detailed version:Given the extremely low cost compared to similarly sized TVs it is surprisingly high quality.The remote…

Anonymous says:

HDR on Xbox One X For the price you pay this TV is great! I just wanted to post to help anyone with an Xbox One X on how to get HDR working with this TV because by default it does not work. On the Roku TV Home, go to settings (not picture settings from the remote) but the settings option on the home page, then go to TV inputs, select the hdmi port your Xbox is on, and in Hdmi mode, change it from auto to hdmi 2.Then go to your Xbox one x and in the display settings, and advanced video, select allow HDR. And that should get it working. Hope this helps anyone else from spending time to find this. Otherwise this TV has been great!

Anonymous says:

Best bang for your buck for Budget 4k HDR Quite frankly, I was very, very unsure as to whether I should purchase this TV. It is a ridiculously good price, says it has HDR (HDR10), it has some local dimming type qualities and is under $400…It’s also from a manufacturer that, quite frankly, I am not very sure of as I am not familiar. What pushed me over the proverbial “edge” to buy this was two-fold…First, it is quasi suggested by Amazon, the price is great and I know it has a Roku built in. This is the third (I think) generation from TCL and Roku and the first to boast 4K and HDR. There are some outstanding features on this television and a couple cons that I can live with. I’ll outline them below.I wanted to buy a new TV for my bedroom and the 49” was cheaper than the 43”. Also, in my humble opinion, if you want to get a 4K TV with HDR, it is best experienced with a larger TV screen. I wanted to get the 55” version that has Dolby Vision HDR (because it can use Dolby Vision or HDR10 standards for HDR) but it was…

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