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TCL 75” P715 4K TV $1543 (+ $100 Cash Back) + Delivery @ The Good Guys Commercial (Membership Required)


2020 model, Android TV, 3 year manufacturer warranty. HDR10 and Dolby Vision, but these would probably be negligible based on peak brightness/colour gamut.

Free click and collect, postage varies.

Resolution: 3840x2160
Contrast Ration: 5000:1
Viewing Angle: 178
Refresh Rate: 100Hz (“200 Clear Motion”)
Brightness: 330 nits

Model is eligible for $100 cash back via redemption from TCL’s website.

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  • Hows the quality for tcl tvs?

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      Great build quality and picture of the panel but firmware is a let down though

    • I recently purchased C815 75 inch for $2095 - $200 eftpos card and I'm glad I made the right decision. Fantastic picture quality. I initially made my mind Samsung Q65T however The Good Guys rep advised me to consider TCL instead which presumably has Samsung panels.

      • Good to hear! Hows the software experience and ui?

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          It is running seamlessly on Android 9. No issues whatsoever.

  • HDMI 2.1?

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      Not at this price.

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    I bought a TCL tv a few years ago and although image and sound is quite good for the price (imo), the firmware that runs the tv is buggy. I personally won't be getting another one and will go with a Hisense for the same price

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      Ye same for me. But My sister got a newer one with android and it was smooth Ui like the bigger brands

      • I own the model up 65c715. I'm OK with the ui but it still seems laggy especially when flicking through TV channels or Netflix browsing.

        My biggest issue is audio syncing across tv/app (absolute pia) and the implementation of cec/arc - the supplied remotes don't control other devices (eg shield TV) well.

        Had some issues with 4k streaming using the prime app from time to time.

        You make some sacrifices for the low price tag but if you are happy playing around with picture settings and changing audio synch from time to time it's a lot of TV for the price.

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    Is one of the brands owned by the CCP?

  • How much is the TCL 65" P715 on goodguy commercial?

    • Couldn't see it when I searched - only the 50", 55", 75" & 85" came up

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    Anyone know what the input lag is like? Thinking of picking one up for the new Xbox

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    Nice TV, I'm thinking of getting one, but beware: cash back is most likely not available for units bought from TGGC. I asked TGGC via contact form and they replied: commercial unit is not a participating retailer.

    Also: can't use gift cards to pay (10% off via AGL) at TGGC.

    I'll head into my local store tomorrow to see if they price match the commercial site. If they don't I'll wait for the EKO at Big W to come back. Not much difference between the two, but the extra warranty of the TCL would be appreciated.

    • Were you able to price match this?

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        TGG refused to budge from their advertised price ($1795). Might have been just that sales rep. He was extremely unhelpful, refused to put HD content on the Linsar to allow me to compare to the other TVs (it was running a DVD!).

        In the end I got $1587 from Betta Home Living. Close enough to TGGC. Minus 7% discount through AGL gift cards, minus $100 cash back from TCL, final cost will be $1387.

        I'm a bit cut, missed out on the 'Bonus 5 year warranty' by a day. Catalogue ended Sunday. :-(

        • Wow! Too bad you missed the bonus warranty. I didn't even know about that. Still a very good deal though. I checked with TGG too, and they wouldn't budge. How did you get it for $1587 from Betta Home Living before the discounts? I just checked their website and can see it listed as: $1,795. Is it through a price match? I'm really interested in getting in on this.

          • @aj-007: Maybe I was just lucky bumping into a sales rep who was keen to generate turnover. They also had the TV in stock, while TGG didn't.

            I spent a few minutes comparing the different versions of TCL TVs. Sales rep said: take your time, when you know what you want let's talk about the price. First offer for no-finance and pick-up was already below $1700, then I mentioned TGGC price and said: let's see how close you can get to that.

            Picked it up today after I got the gift cards. Very happy with my choice. While I probably could have made do with the Big-W one this one has better sound and higher refresh rate, plus 3 years warranty. I also owned a TCL before that worked for 10 years without fault until it got replaced with something better.

            • @team teri: Thanks mate. I'd give it a go, and see what I can get.

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