TCL R6 55" (2018) - 55R617

Starting at See all deals

Pros

  • Tuning
  • Technology
  • Durability
  • Stereo
  • Accessibility
  • Build
  • Price
  • Design
  • Rate
  • Display Resolution
  • Image
  • Version
  • Feature
  • Picture
  • Ease Of Use
  • Netflix
  • Delay
  • Handle
  • Brightness
  • Weight
  • Smartv
  • Screen
  • Resolution
  • Tv
  • Internet
  • Buy
  • Set
  • Setup
  • Wifi
  • Sensor
  • Dvd
  • Picture Quality
  • Warranty
  • Channel
  • Function
  • Operating System
  • Video

Cons

  • Buttons
  • Refresh Rate
  • Reliability
  • Mirroring
  • Storage
  • Issues
  • Processor
  • Audio
  • Power
  • Output
  • Defect
  • Versatility
  • Issue

Others

Best reviews

factotum3

My parents may be able to drop $3000+ on a new TV every several years, but I’m on a budget. I’m in college and my fiancé works fulltime. We’ve had our last TV (a 50” Vizio) since 2014, but it was struck by lightning in 2016. We were lucky to only lose functioning on one of the HDMI inputs. It seems

Julian

Rtings and CNET weren’t playing when they said this set is a true bargain for the tech that’s inside, like full array local dimming, 840 nits of HDR and a wide color range. If you’re like me and tired of washed out greys on LCD panels, this is a VERY good option. Of course OLED leads the market in t

JM2017

I purchased this TV to upgrade from my 55" TCL 55S405 set. The 55S405 is a decent set, but overall brightness was below my expectations and I was looking to upgrade to a more premium HDR experience. I can say that this 55" 4K 6-Series television really delivers on nearly every feature. Picture Qu