Just got a 65” TCL R615 and I am not very happy with it. Tomorrow is my chance to exchange.
1. Seems way too big for my room.
2. Half the seating spots are to the side and the PQ goes down rapidly.
3. Bad glare from lights and bright windows. Not unwatchable but very noticeable. (I have not mounted it yet, so some downward tilt my help.)
On the plus side HDR rocks and it upscales cable great.
This is a family room TV, seating is 8ft to the sides and 13ft in the middle. It is on cable/cartoons/80’s movies 80% of the time and 20% for family movie night 4K HDR.
So I was thinking of returning it and getting a LG SK9000 55”. Better with reflections, better bright room, better viewing angles. I will lose blacks and some HDR performance but we on turn out the lights and have family movie night only 2-3 times a month.
Am I nuts or will a ISP panel, the LG, be better for me? My 8 year old 50” Samsung did not have side viewing issues or reflections as bad.
Pics of seating, bad from tan couch and recliner. Glare is not as bad as the pick shows but noticeable. Pic is from side, second most sat in spot, TV seems goofy big from here and colors pretty off.
Want to spend $800ish so OLED is out.
Last edited by rolfeskj; 06-03-2019 at 02:26 PM.