New TVs and sound bars added to TCL’s home theater range

TCL, a well-known phone manufacturer, is expanding its product lineup to include smart TVs and soundbars. Known for offering products at affordable prices, TCL has announced its 2024 lineup of smart TVs and soundbars, catering to those in need of a new home theater system.

The Q and S Class series of smart TVs from TCL are set to impress consumers. The Q Class TVs utilize Quantum Dot imaging technology, promising lifelike images, excellent color accuracy, and brightness. The larger models even boast a refresh rate of 120Hz, making them suitable for gaming as well as creating a home theater setup. On the other hand, the S Class TVs are designed as more accessible options, featuring Direct LED Backlight with Dynamic Contrast, Google Assistant support, and HDR PRO+ and HDR10+ compatibility.

Prices for the TCL Q Class TVs start at 9.99 for the 43-inch model and go up to ,999.99 for the massive 115-inch QM89 model. The S Class TVs are priced more affordably, starting at 9.99 for the 43-inch model, and are available for purchase from TCL retailers.

In addition to the smart TVs, TCL has also announced a new lineup of soundbars. The Q Class Sound Bars feature Dolby Atmos support, with varying models offering 5.1.2 or 7.1.4 sound. The soundbars include up-firing Atmos speakers and Ray-Danz acoustic wave-guide reflectors for a wide soundstage. The S Class soundbars also support Dolby Atmos and have been updated with features like Auto Room Calibration and DTS Virtual:X Virtual 3D Surround.

The TCL Q Class Sound Bars are priced starting at 9.99, while the S Class Sound Bars will retail starting at 9.99. These new products are sure to enhance the home entertainment experience for consumers.