TCL launches the C755 Ultra Game Master QD-Mini LED TV in the Philippines

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TCL launches its latest MiniLED gaming TV in the Philippine market. The TCL C755 is a QD Mini LED TV that aims to level up your gaming experience with its advanced display and audio technology.

The TCL C755 is available in four sizes: 55-inch, 65-inch, 75-inch, and 98-inch. As part of the launch promotion, TCL and Abenson are offering huge discounts and freebies for cash or straight credit card payments. The promo prices are as follows:

  • TCL C755 55-inch: ₱53,995
  • TCL C755 65-inch: ₱67,995
  • TCL C755 75-inch: ₱99,995
  • TCL C755 98-inch: ₱249,995

You can save up to ₱100,000 and get freebies when you buy the TCL C755 during the promo period.

TCL C755

The TCL C755 is a gaming powerhouse that uses a QD Mini LED panel to deliver vivid colors with an ultra-high contrast ratio. It also supports HDR formats such as Dolby Vision and HDR10+, which enhance the picture quality of the content.

The Mini LED TV features the Game Master 2.0, a gaming mode that elevates the gaming performance with smoother streaming, faster response, and better performance. It also has features such as AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, HDMI 2.1, Aiming Aid, and Variable Refresh Rate @144Hz, which provide fluid and artifact-free gameplay.

The TCL C755 also delivers superb sound quality with its ONKYO sound system and Dolby Atmos support. It uses a 2.0 channel 50W Hi-Fi speaker that produces captivating stereo sound and thunderous bass. Meanwhile, the Dolby Atmos surround sound technology creates a three-dimensional sound field, immersing viewers and making them feel like they are in the middle of the scene.

The TCL C755 Ultra Game Master TV with QD Mini LED technology is available at all authorized TCL dealers. For more information, visit

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