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  • 55"4KHDR
    G
  • 123 cm71 cm7.6 cm
  • LCD LED FALD VA Quantum Dots QLED
  • -- nits --:1
  • Total 20 W 2 x 10W
  • ATSCClear QAM
  • Google TV

TCL S555 specs: Technical sheet

Brand

Brand
TCL
Serie
S555
Model
55S555
Other codes

Release Date

Year
2022

TCL S555 prices

Versions and prices
55"  •  4K  •  55S555  •  ATSC

Image

LCD LED

  • Backlight
    FALD
    The panel illuminates uniformly with a series of LEDs that change intensity, getting almost perfect blacks
  • Technology
    VA
    VA technology allows a greater contrast than an IPS, against losing slightly in viewing angle
  • Colorimetry
    Quantum Dots
    The quantum dots generate a greater range of colors, closer to those of the human eye
  • Reference image
    Final image
    Almost perfect
    Get almost perfect blacks, but maybe you can see artifacts in subtitles or very dark images


Size (inches) and resolution

Diagonal
55 inches
Resolution
4K 3840 x 2160
Aspect ratio
16:9
Pixel density
80 ppi

Technology

Panel type
LCD
LCD technology
VA
Subpixel type
RGB
Refresh rate
60 Hz
Panel Manufacturer
--

Backlight and contrast

Backlight type
LED
Backlight form
FALD
Brightness
-- nits
Contrast
--:1
Light sensor
No

Colorimetry

Quantum Dots
Yes Quantum Dots QLED
Color spaces
Rec. 709
100%
DCI P3
--
NTSC 1953
--
Rec. 2020
--
sRGB
--
Color depth
10 bits (8 bits + FRC)

HDR

HDR technologies
  • Dolby Vision
  • HDR10+
  • HLG

Crystal

Anti-glare filter
--
Vision angle
Horizontal Vertical

Processing

These features modify the images received by television via software, in many cases they create unwanted artifacts, we disable some of them, but here you have them ...

Response times

Minimum time
--
Average time
--
Input lag
--
Gaming
--

Sound

Speakers

Speakers
  • 10W 2x
Power
20 W

Sound technologies

Technologies
  • Dolby Atmos
  • Dolby Digital Plus

Tuner and connectivity

Digital tuner


ATSC & QAM

Terrestrial
  • ATSC
Cable
  • Clear QAM
ATSC & QAM
No
ISDB
No
DTMB
No

Analog tuner

NTSC
Yes
PAL
Yes
SECAM
Yes

Hybrid television

HbbTV
No

Cable connections

HDMI
  • HDMI 2.1 4x
  • High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) 2.2
USB
  • USB 2.0 1x

Wireless connections

Wi-Fi
Yes 802.11a, 802.11ac, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n,
Bluetooth
No

Content delivery

Chromecast
Yes
Wi-Fi Direct
Yes

Remote control

Type of command
--
Control of multiple devices

Others

PVR recording
No
PIP
No

Design

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    Structure


    With stand

    Dimensions
    122.64 cm76.45 cm27.94 cm
    Weight
    15.334 Kg

    Without stand

    Dimensions
    122.68 cm71.37 cm7.62 cm
    Weight
    15.6 Kg
    Screen shape
    Flat
    Frameless
    Yes
    Colors
    Black

    Stand

    Removable stand
    No
    Stand shape
    --

    VESA

    VESA size
    200 x 300 mm

    Others

    Single cable
    No
    Ambient mode
    No

    System

    Operating System

    SW
    Android Google TV

    Voice assistants

    Alexa
    Yes
    Google Assistant
    Yes

    Hardware

    SOC model
    --
    RAM
    --
    ROM
    --

    Consumption

    Energy efficiency
    G
    Standby consumption
    0.5 W
    Average consumption
    --
    Consumption
    --

    Power supply

    Power supply
    100 V - 120 V (volts)
    Power supply frequency
    50 Hz - 60 Hz (hertz)

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    • 7.7 Image
    • 6.7 Sound
    • 4.3 Connectivity
    • 6.1 Design
    • 7.2 System
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