TCL will release a 75″ Roku TV that will be the largest Roku model yet, as well as the biggest screen size to date for the Chinese manufacturer. The C-Series 75″ 4K Roku TV (Model # 75C807) supports HDR via both the Dolby Vision and HDR10 specifications, using TCL’s NBP Photon Technology for wider color spectrum.
Service to the TV includes 3 HDMI 2.0a ports with HDCP 2.2, 802.11ac wireless and Ethernet, RF Input (NTSC, ATSC), 1 USB 2.0 input, SPDIF digital audio optical, composite + L&R audio, and headphone jack. The 75″ set also uses TCL’s new XL Theater Audio, with speakers hidden behind a cloth grill at the base.
For software, the 75C807 incorporates the Roku OS Smart TV platform with thousands of entertainment options to choose from. The TV uses the Roku TV remote with voice search, a remote finder via a button on the TV itself, and a headphone jack for private listening.
At $1,999 (suggested retail), the 75C807 Roku TV is moderately priced for a 75″ 4k HDR set. TCL also announced a 55″ model (55C807) with a list price of $699, and a 65″ model (65C807) with a suggested price of $1099, both of which support HDR.
“We are extremely proud to add the largest Roku TV to TCL’s portfolio, marking a milestone in our North American offering and elevating our product assortment to continue driving TCL’s success in the U.S.,” said Chris Larson, Senior Vice President, TCL.
The new Roku 4k TVs are expected to start shipping for the holidays.