Xiaomi Mi TV P1 vs TCL P735 / ¿Tienen realmente puertos HDMI 2.1 y Dolby Vision?

Xiaomi Mi TV P1 vs TCL P735 / ¿Tienen realmente puertos HDMI 2.1 y Dolby Vision?

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Hello, I hope you are very well, in this video I bring you the comparison between the Xiaomi Mi TV P1 , which is a 2021 model, which here in Colombia has an ADS panel against the TCL P735 , which is a 2022 model, and as far as I know in all countries all sizes have a VA panel also keep in mind that I have been able to read some comments and they say that the Xiaomi Mi TV P1 in some countries has a VA panel but the truth is that I have not been able to corroborate it so remember that in this case the Xiaomi Mi TV P1 has an ADS panel and the TCL P735 has a VA panel and this is obviously reflected in the performance in dark scenes because the Xiaomi shows me more of the clouding effect and also slight light bleeding, although it does not seem exaggerated to me and it could reach be somewhat tolerable for some people but obviously in the TCL because it precisely has a VA panel, the dark areas will look better with less intensity of the clouding effect also less intensity of the bleeding s of light also keep in mind that sometimes in some areas in the Xiaomi or what is known as Black Crush happens to me but in other areas and in other scenes that Black Crush happens in the TCL this can vary depending on whether the content has a high rank dynamic range or standard dynamic range but in general the performance in dark scenes is obviously better in the TCL I repeat for having a VA panel now well in terms of colors the Xiaomi stands out mainly for the fact that it has an ADS panel but in the case of the TCL thanks to the fact that It has this parameter known as Dynamic Color , when activated, the vividness and saturation of the colors are also notably improved, so in general, in terms of colors, I always say that it is a matter of personal taste of each person, although in general if they ask me about colors Which of these two do I prefer? I really prefer the color representation of the Xiaomi, it seems to me that it shows a better combination in each image mode with the parts that They have bright colors along with the parts that have shadowy or dark areas, although I repeat what I already mentioned that sometimes the Black Crush effect can occur more frequently in the Xiaomi, although it usually does not seem so exaggerated to me, but it also exists in the TCL. although it appears more frequently in the Xiaomi, keep that in mind and in terms of brightness, the Xiaomi also wins in standard dynamic range, it can reach 300 nits also in high dynamic range 300 nits and with the game mode in high dynamic range 302 nits while than the TCL in standard dynamic range 252 nits in high dynamic range 265 nits and in high dynamic range in game mode 268 nits and in terms of high dynamic range technologies the Xiaomi is more complete supporting HDR10 HLG HDR10+ and Dolby Vision while the TCL supports all of the aforementioned except HDR10+ , the other important thing to keep in mind is in terms of the gaming section because on both televisions it appears as or if they did have HDMI 2.1 ports, that is to say that they make people believe that both televisions support 120 hertz in 4k but none of them support either 120 hertz in 4k or variable refresh rates keep in mind that currently almost any brand in any television that supports 60 hertz in 4k with high dynamic range and improved audio return channel, you can already afford to put that your televisions have HDMI 2.1 ports, as is the case with these two, but remember that none of they support the most important of HDMI 2.1 technology

, that is to say that none of them supports neither 120 hertz in 4k nor variable refresh rates, that is to say that they do not support FreeSync or GSync, although the Xiaomi has an advantage that can be something very important for some gamers and it is that it supports 120 hertz even if it is only in 1440p remember that it does not support them in 4k while the TCL does not support ta 120 hertz in any type of resolution and as for its Input Lag times I do not know them accurately and I do not have a device that allows me to measure them but probably for the Xiaomi in 4k at 60 hertz in standard and high dynamic range dynamic range can range between 10 and 11 milliseconds while for the TCL according to some pages it can be around 15 milliseconds but it probably has a shorter Input Lag time in any case it seems to me that in practice both televisions in this section of times of input lag show very good results keep in mind that both televisions are considered low-end or entry-level when I uploaded the comparison between the LG OLED C2 and the Samsung QN90B Neo QLED some subscribers told me that I did not know what the Black Crush effect but of course I do know and it is simply when in scenes with shadows or a lot of darkness it is impossible to notice some details so in this case or that Black Crush effect happens with greater intensity and more frequency in the Xiaomi because it has an ADS panel, but probably in a version that has a VA panel , that effect does not happen as much, however, keep in mind that in the TCL, despite the fact that it has a VA panel, that effect can also be seen, it can be perceived even a little , very probably in this case it is because it has a very low amount of brightness, so you already know that none of these televisions would be the best option for a competitive gaming section, that is to say that they are more decent options for people who have a low budget and who are simply going to use them sporadically in the gaming section and that it is more of a recreational approach in terms of managing movement when viewing content through applications or a connected device to an hdmi port that is different from a video game console on both televisions I think it is very good both support the technology known as mo motion estimation motion compensation that helps them to significantly improve the aspect of movement in scenes with camera sweeps or with many areas with fast movements obviously it is not perfect you can notice slight artifacts and also a slight vibration effect but nothing exaggerated in In general, it seems to me that they do a very good job considering that they are low-end or entry-level televisions. For these results, in terms of image scaling, I am using the movie mode on the Xiaomi and the cinema mode on the TCL. I must say that the The results are very similar or practically the same on both televisions. Remember that no current 4K television is going to show results in 4K when the resolution of the content is very low, but from 1080p or full HD, the image scaling work on both televisions is very Well, although the content seems to have a little more resolution, it will still not be able to show in 4k only at from 1440p there yes, the image scaling work on both televisions would closely resemble the results to a native 4k and of course both televisions can reproduce content in native 4k both in high dynamic range and in standard dynamic range without problems just remember to have a good internet download speed in their homes to be able to watch high resolution content through applications such as Netflix YouTube Amazon prime among others and here I take the opportunity to tell you that the amounts of brightness can vary depending on the size of each television between smaller well simply they will have a lower amount of brightness and the larger they could have a slightly higher amount of brightness and also keep in mind that the Xiaomi in a version that has a VA panel will probably also have a slightly higher amount of brightness compared to this version that has a panel ADS in terms of viewing angles although they are a little better on the Xiaomi po Because the colors lose less volume, the problem is that when you make a navigation bar of an application appear or in general with almost any type of content, you can see a clouding and blooming effect that is very annoying, while in the TCL it is not observed that effect but the colors do lose more volume and look whiter when your screen is viewed from a very wide angle so take that into account, probably a version of the Xiaomi with a VA panel does not have those effects but the colors will look whiter when your screen is observed from a very wide angle in terms of handling the reflections, although they are a little better in the Xiaomi precisely because it has an ADS panel, keep in mind that none of them is the most recommended option for rooms that receive a lot of lighting , less if it is about artificial lighting that enters through the windows because on both televisions you can notice that type of re weak and can become somewhat annoying in terms of the dirty screen effect we could say that on both televisions it can be noticed but that it is more noticeable on the TCL as they are being able to perceive at this moment although that dirty screen effect is mainly noticeable with these gray backgrounds or for example with white backgrounds but when observing content with more color you have already been able to notice that this dirty screen effect can go practically unnoticed almost always the heating on the screen after little more than two hours of using them without stop also of course with video games in both reviewers is relatively low which was expected because both have low amounts of brightness and do not support advanced gaming technologies in terms of inputs the XIaomi supports a port for the LAN cable for internet a port for optical digital cable also supports composite inputs also supports a cable port for a Air antenna also has two USB 2.0 ports, a 3.5-millimeter port for headphones and 3 HDMI 2.0 ports, one of them with support for

improved audio return channel, remember that for me these ports are not HDMI 2.1 at the moment mentioned in the gaming section and in the case of the TCL the USB port that it has, which is only one, is 3.0, unlike the XIaomi and it also has three HDMI 2.0 ports , from my point of view they are not HDMI 2.1 and it also has a 3.5 mm port for headphones a port to connect a composite input converter a port for an air antenna a port for the LAN cable for internet and a port for the optical digital cable as for the smart section these would be your remote controls the truth here is already a matter of taste I personally don't like the design, ergonomics or functionality of either of these two controls, but probably some people can get used to it and of course both controls they have shortcut keys for some applications and also for the Google voice assistant the Xiaomi's operating system is Android tv based on Android 10 and the TCL's is Google tv based on Android 11 this is the layout of the main menu what I can notice in terms of opening applications and loading videos that most of the time the Xiaomi responds a little faster which I like more I like that it is a little more fluid it is not supremely fluid but at least in Compared to the TCL, it is more fluid and, as I already mentioned, it responds faster when giving a command to the control, it takes less time to represent that command as such on the television, it is not a huge difference, but it does exist and for me it is It is very important to have a better fluidity of the operating system. I

am not a lover of Android TV or Google TV, but between these two, if there were no more options in the world, probably that aspect of the operating system being a A little more fluid in the Xiaomi would make me go for the Mi TV P1 and if in your countries you can get the Xiaomi with a VA panel , you already know that it would have better performance in dark scenes and it would still be a better option, at least from my point of view. view because I always prefer a television that has better performance in dark scenes with less intensity of the clouding effect and less bleeding or light glare, of course, the application store of both televisions is the Google Play Store, both can be installed APK files in case of be necessary and in both there are many applications that can fulfill the function of internet browsers and in many of them content can be viewed through different web pages and of course both televisions support the screen sharing function or simply known as screen mirroring but none of them supports multiview or superimposed screen or picture in picture in terms of sound the power of both televisions sores is 20 watts but keep in mind that in terms of performance that could vary depending on each size between smaller ones because they will have worse or more limited performance and the larger their sizes they will have better performance of their sound systems but between these two it is obviously a little better in the Xiaomi probably since it is a little bigger but probably in the smaller version it has a worse performance while in the TCL in a bigger version it can have a better performance in terms of the sound system but either way, at the end of this video you will be able to judge the performance of the sound system of these sizes so that you can get an idea and if you ask me which of these televisions I recommend or which one I prefer, the truth is that although the Xiaomi has a slightly worse performance in dark scenes because it has an ADS panel, even so I would go for it assuming that there were no more televisions in the world because I remember in that I don't like Android tv or Google tv but I repeat assuming that there were no more televisions in the world I would go for the Xiaomi even if it has an ADS panel it could support that performance in dark scenes because for everything else I like it much more better colors and above all better fluidity of the operating system that for me is very, very important although I do not want to discredit the work of the TCL because it can be a more than acceptable option mainly for those people who want better performance in dark scenes however If in your countries you can get the Xiaomi in a version that has a VA panel, it would be even better, at least from my point of view, and that's it, I don't know what you think about both televisions in the comment box, which one would you choose and why? You liked this video, I invite you to please click the like button and also subscribe to my channel if you haven't already and if you can, buy one membership of the channel so that they can access extra benefits and also that way they would support me and activate the notification bell so that they can know instantly every time I upload a new video not being more I say goodbye see you in the next one and I invite you to who can judge the sound system performance of both TVs

2022-07-25 04:21

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