The TCL 8 Series 75Q825 debuted late last year to glowing praise — not just from CNET’s David Katzmaier, but from reviewers far and wide. Ironically, TCL has long been known as a budget brand, but there was nothing low-end about this model — especially the $2,600 price tag.
Just a few days ago, the 75Q825 was back on sale for $1,800, tying its all-time low. Today, however, and while supplies last, you can get the, a new low by a pretty hefty margin. It’s still expensive compared with some other 75-inch TVs, but it’s also one of the best TVs you can buy, period.
That’s according to Katzmaier, whoseyou’ll want to read straight away. A tidbit: “The 8-Series is a beast. Inky-deep black levels and brilliant highlights, created by , deliver the kind of contrast that makes every image pop, especially HDR. In my side-by-side comparisons it came closer to the standards set by [an] OLED TV than any other I’ve tested this year.”
It’s no surprise, then, that the 75Q825 made CNET’s list of. Meanwhile, it scored a 4.6-star average rating from over 60 Best Buy customers.
And if you’re splurging on that, you might as well splurge on an audio system as well. For a limited time, and while supplies last, Amazon has the. That’s an all-time low as well; it normally sells for $699. This is a “home run” product, according to Ty Pendlebury in his .
So, yeah, this is pretty much a dream setup. Huge screen, great sound and the biggest discounts ever on both. And because I’m a serious TV junkie, I’m obligated to share some viewing recommendations:
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