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TCL Q7 (Q750G) Series QLED TV Review

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The TCL Q750G QLED is a great mid-tier option that provides a great display for gaming. It has a full range of gaming features, including VRR and high-speed HDMI ports. Despite narrow viewing angles, the TV performs great for the asking price.

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Product Snapshot

Overview

The TCL Q750G QLED TV is a mid-tier option as part of TCL’s 2023 lineup. It comes with a range of gaming-oriented features, including VRR support, a 120 Hz refresh rate, and four HDMI 2.1 bandwidth inputs. All of these features are accessible, given TCL groups them together with their Gaming Master Overlay menu. Feel free to see how these features stack up to the best TVs of 2023.

Its QLED display features local area dimming, which significantly increases contrast ratio performance. To enhance HDR performance, the TV features Dolby Vision, HDR10+, and HLG, which allow the display to process and display high-quality content. The interface runs on Google’s OS, which comes with a wide range of apps and features and is considered one of the best 4k TV OS available.

Consensus

Reason to Buy

  • Above-average picture quality
    • The TV has a strong display and plenty of color-enhancing features that work great for gaming and HDR content. The colors are rich and accurate, too, given it has a tested color gamut of 96.12%, which ranks high for 4k displays (ref).

  • Terrific contrast ratio
    • Viewers see deep blacks, especially in dark rooms, which is confirmed by a 9,614: 1 native contrast ratio. Additionally, it has a local dimming feature to enhance the black levels.

  • High peak brightness
    • The display retains quality even in bright rooms. When tested, peak brightness reached 1008 nits, which is impressive for 4k TVs.

  • Fast motion handling
    • Users receive rapid command inputs, which is especially useful for gaming, and has a tested input lag of 6.4 ms, which is above average for 4k TVs. It also has fast pixel transitions, meaning no blur during fast-paced scenes; the display tests in at 4.2 ms, which is top tier for 4k (ref).

  • Quick refresh rate
    • The TV refreshes new frames fast, without tearing. Its 120 Hz refresh rate and VRR help enhance the gaming experience.

Reason to Avoid

  • Narrow viewing angles
    • The display degrades and experiences color washouts when viewing from off-center seating, given the viewing angles are only 34 degrees.

  • Poor speaker quality
    • Speakers fail to deliver accurate bass, and overall volume isn’t enough to withstand noisy rooms. Additionally, the sound experiences distortion when the volume is turned up.

  • Subpar reflection handling
    • When faced with direct reflection, the screen will glare, making visuals difficult to see.

TCL Q7 (Q750G) Series QLED TV Specs

Backlight TypeBacklight TypeFull-Array
DepthDepth13.4"
Dialogue Enhancement FeatureDialogue Enhancement FeatureYes
Display TypeLED
Energy Star CertifiedEnergy Star CertifiedNo
HDMI Inputs (Total)4
HDR FormatHDR10, HDR10+, HLG
HeightHeight32.9"
High Dynamic Range (HDR)Yes
LED Panel TypeLED Panel TypeOLED
Max Resolution3840 x 2160 (4k)
Refresh Rate120 Hz
Screen size55", 65", 75", 85"
Smart PlatformSmart PlatformGoogle TV
Voice AssistantVoice AssistantGoogle Assistant
WeightWeight44.3 lbs
WidthWidth56.9"
Works WithWorks WithAmazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant

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Test Results

Color Gamut % (DCI P3 xy)92.69
Color Gamut % (DCI P3 uv)96.12
Color Gamut % (Rec 2020 xy)67.74
Color Gamut % (Rec 2020 uv)73
Color Gamut % (sRGB)0
Color Gamut % (Rec 709)0
Color Gamut % (BT.2020)0
Color Gamut % (Adobe RGB)0
Color Gamut % (BT.709)0
Contrast Ratio (x:1)80,160
SDR Brightness (nits)757
HDR Brightness (nits)685
Input Lag (ms)17.1
Response Time (ms)10.8
Color Washout (Degrees)24
Color Shift (Degrees)34
Brightness Loss (Degrees)29
Reflections (%)5.9
Low-Freq Extension (Hz)100.79
Freq Response StdDev @ 70db3.22
Freq Response StdDev @ 80db3.49
Weighted Total Harmonic Distortion @80db0.152
Intermodulation Distortion @80db3.87
EOTF (600 nit delta)0.0102
EOTF (1000 nit delta)0.0104
EOTF (4000 nit delta)0.0107

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Market Context

The TCL Q750G QLED TV is a mid-tier option as part of TCL’s 2023 lineup. It comes with a range of gaming-oriented features, including VRR…

The TCL Q750G QLED TV is a mid-tier option as part of TCL’s 2023 lineup. It comes with a range of gaming-oriented features, including VRR support, a 120 Hz refresh rate, and four HDMI 2.1 bandwidth inputs. All of these features are accessible, given TCL groups them together with their Gaming Master Overlay menu. Feel free to see how these features stack up to the best TVs of 2023.

Its QLED display features local area dimming, which significantly increases contrast ratio performance. To enhance HDR performance, the TV features Dolby Vision, HDR10+, and HLG, which allow the display to process and display high-quality content. The interface runs on Google’s OS, which comes with a wide range of apps and features and is considered one of the best 4k TV OS available.

The TCL Q750G and TCL QM850G are part of the same series, but the QM850G has a few advantages. The main advantage is that the…

The TCL Q750G and TCL QM850G are part of the same series, but the QM850G has a few advantages. The main advantage is that the QM850G has a much higher peak brightness, meaning it holds up extraordinarily well in bright rooms. Additionally, its colors are more accurate, and it is less susceptible to glares. Lastly, both native contrast and contrast with the local dining feature are better on the QM850G, meaning the TV produces crisper contrasts between lights and darks, which is especially prevalent when watching HDR content in dark rooms. Learn more by taking a deeper dive and reading our full TCL QM850G QLED TV review.

The Hisense U8K and TCL Q750G are TVs that strongly cater to gamers. However, the Hisense U8K outdoes the TCL in many respects. The UK8…

The Hisense U8K and TCL Q750G are TVs that strongly cater to gamers. However, the Hisense U8K outdoes the TCL in many respects. The UK8 has a superior contrast ratio and peak brightness, meaning the TV handles bright rooms better and produces more accurate visuals when displayed in dark rooms. Both TVs have impressive response time, but the UK8 is slightly faster, but the TCL edges ahead in terms of input lag. Lastly, the Hisense model handles reflections much more effectively than the TCL. For more, check out our full Hisense UK8 review. Or, if you want to read about a more budget-friendly model, we have a great Hisense A65K TV review.

The Sony X80K and TCL Q750G are similar TVs, each with strengths. The TCL has a superior contrast ratio and a more impressive local dimming…

The Sony X80K and TCL Q750G are similar TVs, each with strengths. The TCL has a superior contrast ratio and a more impressive local dimming feature, which is useful for display clarity, especially when viewing in dark rooms. Likewise, the TCL has a higher peak brightness and a better refresh rate. However, Sony shines in two regards. The first is a wider color gamut, which produces more detailed and accurate colors. Secondly, it’s much more effective at upscaling low bitrate content. You can also compre the Sony to alternative TCL models by heading over to our TCL 6 Series 8k Roku review.

Backlight Type

Full-Array

Full-Array

Full-Array

Direct Lit

Depth

13.4"

11.7"

3"

Dialogue Enhancement Feature

Yes

Display Type

LED

QLED

LED

LED

Energy Star Certified

No

HDMI Inputs (Total)

4

2

4

HDR Format

HDR10, HDR10+, HLG

Dolby Vision, HDR10, HDR10+, HLG

Dolby Vision, HDR10, HDR10+, HLG

Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG

Height

32.9"

34.1"

33.1"

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