The Melbourne Racing Carnival Partnership
No other city does the annual horse racing carnival like Melbourne. It’s about fun, fashion, good food, good champagne and good company added to a touch of international excitement. It is a week for opulence and presentation. Viewing the action of all the events over the week is a feast for the eyes. Whether it’s watching the crowd arrive, Fashions on the Field, the celebrities in the marquees, the betting ring or even following the horses down the straight, the best way to see all the action is on a TCL television. The bigger the better.
Finishing up our 13th consecutive year as a partner of the Melbourne Cup Carnival with the Victorian Racing Committee, TCL is the official television supplier of the carnival. With up to 500 High and Ultra High Definition TVs in and around Flemington racecourse, from the Birdcage to public bars, we wanted to ensure no-one misses a moment of all the action.
So What Do You Get in a TCL TV?
For starters, sizing range starting at 20 inches, all the way up to our latest big selling Android powered 75-inch variety. With a selection like this, you’re sure to find one to accommodate any room size in your home.
Our range of TVs, from LEDs to Ultra HD, is equipped with some of the latest technology, including the picture quality gamers & movie lovers look for, with 4K technology. It can get confusing with some of the terminology flying around, so here is some insight into a couple of terms you may have heard about:
Colours more true to life than ever before with TCL’s Quantum Dot Display. Pure colours produced by quantum dots enable the display to present richer, truer to life colours than ever before. Images are reproduced with a 3D-like depth, delivering the ultimate viewing experience like no other.
Uncompromising picture precision is the ingenious design of the TCL HDR Pro. Finer detail and fully expanded reproduction of contrast levels. A truly crystal-clear explosion of colour and clarity to perfect the viewer experience for even the most discerning eye.