I'm Ty Pendlebury and this is a review of the TCL LE58FHDE3010.
What you get here is a 58-inch LED backlit TV for the same price as the 50-inch plasma.
This television doesn't have any features to speak of apart from 3 HDMI ports with HML.
So what you're really paying for is the screen.
The design of this mobile is a lot more attractive than previous TCL TVs with a very slim black bezel.
The end device is also being improved.
What hasn't changed though is the picture and this is a mixed blessing.
For more color performance has improved, blacks and even mid-level shadows can still crash on most content.
While this makes it look like you're getting a pun to your picture, you're actually losing detail.
Some quality though is pretty decent if you're not adding a stereo system so this would be good for holiday house or secondary TV.
While it predict the TCL will become a force in the coming years, this is the decent television but no challenger
to a budget Panasonic Plasma or Sharp television.
If what you need is size for [unk] though, the TCL is worth a lot.
This has been Ty Pendlebury for CNET.
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