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If you want to upgrade your home theater without breaking the bank, look no further than the new TCL Roku TV 6-Series.
On the heels of the critical acclaim that TCL's 6-Series received when it launched in 2018, the Chinese electronics giant has equipped the latest iteration of the TV's bezel-less screen with Quantum DOT (QLED ) technology, which delivers 100 percent volume in the DCI-P3 Hollywood reference color space.
That means deeply saturated reds, stunning greens and spectacular blues shine through way better on the 6-Series than on TCL's QLED-less competitors. This groundbreaking tech, in combination with the set's 100 Contrast Control Zones, which drive individual zones of LED lights behind the LCD panel to brighten or darken images, imbues the affordable 6-Series with truly powerful performance capabilities.
The 6-Series also pushes the limits of High Dynamic Range (HDR). TCL's proprietary AiPQ Engine optimizes color, contrast and clarity for a spectacular viewing experience in Dolby Vision 4K HDR, a resolution that's already supported by leading content providers like Amazon, Netflix and VUDU, as well as devices like the Xbox One and Apple TV.
The algorithm-driven engine features three core picture quality settings: Smart HDR for vibrant color, Smart 4K Upscaling for sharper clarity, and Smart Contrast for dramatic depth.
The 6-Series has Roku built-in, offering access to over 5,000 streaming channels with 500,000-plus movies and episodes of shows. Roku Voice makes browsing through streaming channels, searching for entertainment, switching inputs or simply turning the TV on or off possible with just spoken commands.
It's no wonder that the 6-Series is such a great option for gamers. An Auto Game Mode is activated automatically whenever a console is running to deliver among the lowest lag performance available for ultra-fast trigger response.
Complementing the 6-Series' outstanding display is Dolby Atmos audio. An object-based platform in which sound waves are precisely assigned to positions around or above a viewer creates a virtual surround-sound effect and a totally immersive experience.
The 6-Series is just the latest device from fast-growing Chinese electronics company. TCL sold more than 28 million units last year, capturing the second largest share of the global television market, according to IHS shipment data.
In the United States alone, TCL also sold the second most units of any brand and saw a massive 44 percent growth in 2019 when compared to the first half of 2018, according to NPD Group.