Electrolytical deposition of CdSe on Ti substrates from CdSO4 - SeO2 solutions is investigated. The effect of the bath temperature was investigated and how it affects the CdSe deposits. According to the XRD spectra, the obtained CdSe films exhibit the cubic zinc-blende structure that remains unaffected by vacuum heat treatment (650°C). The surface morphology of the films differs significantly with bath solution temperatures. When Au contacts are used, the Ti/CdSe/Au structure may exhibit rectifying properties depending on the temperature during the electrodeposition. High temperature baths make the deposits to obtain ohmic properties.