while aWhile the standard size for most homes, if you want to go even bigger, the most obvious upgrade is the 75-inch model. It is available in many sizes — even those fancy OLED TVs (technically they’re 77 inches, but they still make it to this list).
If you’re on the fence about whether to go with the excellent-performing 65-inch model or the 75-inch set that performs slightly worse—but costs roughly the same—. If you want to upgrade your viewing experience, increasing the size of the TV screen is the best use of your money — image quality, refresh rate, color accuracy, viewing angles, HDR performance or anything in the smart. Increased TV functionality than ever. However, I am not advising you to take a 75-inch TV which does not perform well enough to satisfy you. That’s where our guide comes in: to help you decide how much money to spend.
The list below represents the best TVs I’ve reviewed in Nerdshala’s testing lab, where I compare them to see which one is the most worth buying. in present,And as always, I’ve actually reviewed the 65-inch sizes in the series listed below. That said, the 75-inch versions are basically the same beyond screen size. When reviewing TVs, I take into account factors such as the HDMI port or port included, color accuracy, contrast ratio, refresh rate, input lag, the TV’s smart capabilities, and more.
Here are my latest recommendations, which I update as I review new TVs, with the following notes in mind.
- Looking for another size? Check out: 32-inch TVs, 43-inch TVs, 55-inch TVs and more .
- If you’re worried that the new 2021 TVs will have some great features or picture quality enhancements you might miss out on buying a TV right now, rest easy. TVs are generally a mature technology and our advice is that if you need a new TV right now, you should get one.
- Given below are some of the TV shows that came out in 2020. The new 2021 models are available now and some of the TVs we’ve reviewed so far. For the 2020 TVs on this list I’ve included a “2021 Outlook” section with everything I know (so far) about the new model.
- Don’t see what you’re looking for below? Here are all the TVs I’ve reviewed, and more coming soon.
Other things to know about buying a new TV
I’m pretty sure you’ll be happy with one of the above TVs, but a new smart TV set can be a huge investment, so you might be looking for a little more detail. Here is a quick and dirty list.
- In my opinion, bigger is better. Bigger TVs are cheaper than ever, and your money is best spent on a larger screen size rather than a slight improvement in image quality.
- If you don’t like the built-in smart TV system, you can always add a media streamer for more content. They’re cheap and easy to use, and get updates more often than most smart TVs. Check out the best streaming devices here.
- Most TVs have built-in speakers with terrible sound quality, so pairing your new set with a soundbar or other speaker system is worthwhile. The good ones start at around $100. Check out the best sound bars here.
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