TCL Launches Flagship TV XESS Private Theatre X6 at IFA 2017

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Energy-Efficient X6 employs world-leading Quantum Dot display technology

TCL, the world’s third largest TV manufacturer, is launching its flagship TV XESS Private Theatre X6 at IFA 2017. Sporting a sleek, modern and elegant design, the TV is packed with breakthroughs in display technology that are tailored to elite customers and guaranteed to impress every discerning gadget lover.

The XESS Private Theatre X6 offers consumers a whole new standard of visual experience. Apart from world- leading Quantum Dot display technology, the product also offers an impressive array of premium features in a unique combination of stunning aesthetics, superb craftsmanship and theatre- grade sound and vision enhancements. A superior 85 inch TV, it has the most luxurious design of any TV on the market, with superb craftsmanship that integrates metallic elements with walnut grain wood texture.

The XESS Private Theatre X6 is extremely energy-efficient and is one of the few sets available in the market that employs the world-leading Quantum Dot display technology. From the precision of colour, wide brightness range, to intelligent light control function, X6 provides viewers with a captivating and vibrant viewing experience through the Dolby Vision HDR technology, augmenting the ultra-peak brightness picture with a stunning in nite contrast ratio. What is more, at 60,000 hours, the colour lifespan of the XESS Private Theatre X6 is two times longer than the 30,000 hours of a regular OLED TV.

To deliver the perfect auditory triggers to viewers, the XESS Private Theatre X6 comes with a Harman Kardon 7.1.4 system, offering a 12-sound channel and 360° surround stereo sound, as well as eight independent amplifiers equipped with a 10-inch large subwoofer. The XESS Private Theatre X6 also supports Dolby Atmos 7.1.4 and DTS: X 7.1.4 technology.

In addition, X6 has a night mode, is Bluetooth-enabled, and features the latest in AI technology. This allows for voice-guided content searches and remote control. As a result of its face recognition function, it can offer content recommendations tailored to a user’s preferences

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