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The best 65-inch TVs for 2023

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Best 65-inch TV: Quick Menu

1. The list in brief
2. Best OLED TV
3. Best QLED TV
4. Best LG TV
5. Best mid-range TV
6. Best value TV
7. Best outdoor TV
8. How to choose
9. How we test

The best 65-inch TVs represent that perfect middle-ground in television technology. They’re typically on the cutting-edge of technology, but they’re not overkill like some of the larger 8K TVs out there. And while a 65-inch TV is pretty big, it doesn’t take up as much space as a 75-inch set will. 

So what makes a regular ol’ 65-inch TV one of the best on the market? We look for 65-inch TVs that come stocked with the latest tech. Right now, that’s HDR support, 4K resolutions, HDMI 2.1 ports, Wide Color Gamut and VRR. We also have a preference towards cutting-edge panel technology like QD-OLED, Samsung’s Neo QLED and LG’s Generation 2 OLED Evo panels.

But how do you choose a 65-inch TV?  You’re off to the right start by coming here. We’ve tested dozens of TVs, from budget smart models to premium OLED panels. After well over 100 hours of lab testing and eyes-on viewing, we’ve pulled together this list of the best 65-inch TVs you can currently buy. Below you should find a mix of value options and some premium models, all of which we can highly recommend to you. 

Written by

Written by

Managing Editor, TV & AV

My name’s Nick and I look after our guides to the best TVs, best OLED TVs and best 4K TVs. Most of my day is spent watching and evaluating new screens from LG, Samsung, Sony, Hisense, TCL and Vizio. I have 10 years of experience in AV, and before I joined Tom’s Guide I was formerly the Senior Editor, TV and AV at TechRadar. I love helping people find the perfect TV, so please feel free to reach out over email or tag me on Twitter and I can help you out.

The quick list

Here’s a quick overview of the best 65-inch TVs you can buy right now based on our testing and reviews. And keep up on scrolling if you want to see our in-depth analysis of all the top TVs for every budget. 

Best OLED TV

1. Sony Bravia A95K OLED

The best overall TV for your home cinema

The Sony Bravia A95K absolutely floored us in a way no other TV had previously this year. If we only had the time and space to recommend one 65-inch TV this year, the Sony A95K would be it.

Read more below

Best QLED TV

2. Samsung QN95B QLED TV

The best QLED TV you can buy

The Samsung QN95B Neo QLED TV is the premium QLED set to get. With best-in-class brightness, a clever design and every feature you need from a smart TV, the QN95B is tough to beat.

Read more below

Best LG TV

3. LG C3 OLED

LG’s best TV and a cost-effective OLED 

The LG C3 OLED is a fantastic OLED model that doesn’t break the bank. It may not use the latest display technology like the QD-OLED TVs on this list, but it’s a lot cheaper and looks great.

Read more below

Best mid-range TV

4. TCL 6-Series (R655)

The best mid-range TV

The TCL 6-Series Roku TV costs under $1,000, but with superior brightness and gaming capabilities, no one who watches it will ever know. If you’re looking for one of the best TVs you can find for less, this one is an excellent place to start.

Read more below

Best Gaming TV

5. Hisense U7H QLED TV

The best value TV

We loved the Hisense U7H. It was able to deliver an excellent all-around image quality in its price range, plus it includes gaming-focused features like VRR, ALLM, and Dolby Vision Gaming. Gamers will be happy with this set.

Read more below

Best Outdoor TV

6. SunBriteTV Veranda 3

The best outdoor TV

As far as outdoor TVs are concerned, the SunBriteTV Veranda 3 stands above the competition by offering a performance that’s worthy of plenty of indoor 4K TVs.  It’s not cheap, but if you’re after a 4K outdoor TV, look here first.

Read more below

The full list: Best 65-inch TVs in detail

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1. Sony Bravia XR A95K OLED

Amazing brightness and black levels plus the best smart TV platform

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 55, 65

Screen Type: QD-OLED

Refresh Rate: 120 Hz

HDMI ports: 4 (2 HDMI 2.1, 2 HDMI 2.0)

Size: 56.88 x 33 x 1.75 inches

Weight: 59.5 pounds

Today’s Best Deals

Reasons to buy

+

Superb picture quality

+

Color and brightness are outstanding

+

Best sound you can find from a TV

+

Includes a dizzying variety of useful, experience-enhancing features

Reasons to avoid

Only two HDMI 2. 1 ports

By any standard, the Sony Bravia XR A95K OLED is a remarkable TV — and often, it’s far better than that. This set, which sits at the top of Sony’s expansive TV lineup, unites the industry’s defining technologies and Sony’s own groundbreaking processing and picture enhancements to deliver superlative performance in every area. And  our own test results back this up.

The color and brightness on the Bravia XR A95K are dazzling. Unexpected but genuinely useful smart features transform everything from how you interact with the screen, how you make picture adjustments, and even what you do if you lose your remote control. Perhaps most important, this Sony OLED TV looks and sounds like a dream, no matter what you watch on it, making everything a transcendent viewing and listening experience.

The question with the A95K, then, isn’t whether it’s one of the best TVs you can buy. It’s whether it is the best TV you can buy. In our opinion? Yes, yes it is.

Read our full Sony Bravia XR A95K review.

The best QLED TV

(Image credit: Samsung)

2. Samsung QN95B Neo QLED TV

Need extra brightness? This is the premium QLED TV of the year

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 55, 65, 75, 85 inches

Screen Type: QLED

Refresh Rate: 120 Hz

HDMI ports: 4 HDMI all HDMI 2.1

Size: 57 x 32.7 x 0.7 inches

Weight: 49.2 pounds

Today’s Best Deals

Reasons to buy

+

Outstanding brightness abilities

+

Impressive color reproduction

+

Great cable management

+

Low input lag

Reasons to avoid

No Dolby Vision support

With the Samsung QN95B Neo QLED TV, Samsung once again proves why it’s the QLED TV king. Thanks to best-in-class brightness, cable management convenience and impressive performance across most content genres, the QN95B is a tough TV to beat. 

At a time when OLED TVs steal most of the hype, Samsung’s premium Neo QLED technology stands out in one big way: brightness. By introducing a Mini LED backlighting, the panel can achieve higher levels of brightness without sacrificing depth and gradations of luminance. Samsung pairs that image quality with a bounty of smart TV functions and genuinely intelligent features, like a solar-powered remote control that eliminates the need to swap out batteries — delivering eco-friendly design and unbeaten convenience at the same time.

The whole thing is packed into a gorgeous 1-inch-thick design that contains a huge array of smart features, potent Dolby Atmos sound and some of the best performance we’ve ever seen. HDMI 2.1 connectivity comes as standard, and it’s also a great option for gamers thanks to plenty of dedicated features and an impressive 9.8-millisecond lag time in our testing.

Read our full Samsung QN95B Neo QLED TV review or browse our Samsung promo codes

The best LG TV

(Image credit: Future)

3. LG C3 OLED

The most celebrated OLED TV series is still one of the best

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 42, 48, 55, 65, 77, 83 inches

Screen Type: OLED

Refresh Rate: 120 Hz

HDMI ports: 4 HDMI 2. 1 (1 eARC)

Size: 56.7 x 32.5 x 1.8 inches

Weight: 36.6 pounds

Today’s Best Deals

Reasons to buy

+

Superb picture quality

+

Improved smart interface

+

Top-notch gaming features, performance

Reasons to avoid

Dimmer than QD-OLED 

Average-at-best sound

No ATSC 3.0 tuner

If the top-tier Sony is a little too expensive and the ultra-vivid Samsung hurts your eyes, the LG C3 OLED can be a perfect compromise. Thanks to an impressive display panel, a premium design, and great smart TV platform it’s a well-rounded option that doesn’t completely destroy your bank account.

In terms of design, the panel itself is impossibly thin, measuring 0.1-inch thick across the top half of the TV. The component compartment extends out on the bottom half of the back chassis, but it’s still very sleek overall.

Unless you’re determined to own the best of the best (and the priciest of the priciest), there’s no need to spend the additional hundreds of dollars necessary to get those things. The LG C-Series has earned its popularity — and its reputation — by proving that twice before. And with the LG OLED C3 it pulls off the hat trick.

Read our full LG C3 OLED review.

The best mid-range TV

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4. TCL 6-Series Roku TV

The best mid-range TV of the year

Specifications

Screen Type: QLED

Refresh Rate: 120 Hz

HDMI ports: 4 HDMI, 1 USB

Size: 56.9 x 32.9 x 2.8 inches

Weight: 63.9 pounds

Today’s Best Deals

Reasons to buy

+

Excellent QLED and mini-LED display

+

Great gaming performance

+

Roku TV offers a huge app selection and easy interface

+

Improved Roku remote

Reasons to avoid

Sound is a little weak

Roku is missing some of the latest apps

TCL has long been acclaimed for bringing a lot of performance to TVs that don’t cost a lot of money. That trend continues with its latest 6-Series Roku TV, the 65R655, which amps up key aspects of its performance—particularly brightness and gaming potential—while keeping the price affordable. Throw in the super-easy-to-use Roku TV interface and you have a set that more than delivers on its picture promise without busting your budget.

You will have to make a couple of sacrifices to take full advantage of the good deal the 65R655 offers, a set this simple won’t appeal to everyone, and there aren’t a ton of innovations when compared with earlier 6-Series sets. But in what it does offer over its predecessors and competitors, the 65R655 offers a compelling amount of TV while minimizing most of the compromises. If you’re looking for one of the best TVs you can find for less than $1,000, this one is an excellent place to start.

Read our full TCL 6-Series Roku TV (65R655) review.
 

The best value TV

(Image credit: Hisense)

5. Hisense U7H QLED TV

An incredibly affordable TV that looks great for the price

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 55, 65, 75 inches

Screen type: QLED

Refresh rate: 120Hz

HDMI ports: 4 (1 ARC, 1 HDMI 2. 1)

Size: 57.0 x 33.1 x 3.5 inches

Weight: 43 pounds

Today’s Best Deals

Reasons to buy

+

Excellently bright

+

Google TV is quick

+

Good selection of gaming features

Reasons to avoid

Audio is only fine

Only two HDMI 2.1 ports and one is eARC

The Hisense U7H may not have Mini LED backlighting like the TCL 6-Series, but it does offer a QLED panel, and the ever-improving Google TV operating system. And, for the most part, it succeeds in delivering an impressive low-cost QLED TV-watching experience — but there are a few caveats to keep in mind.

 In day-to-day use, the Hisense U7H delivered a vibrant and bright viewing experience in all situations. Whether watching in SDR or Dolby Vision, you’ll find colors to be stunning and detail to be high. Speaking of details, it’s able to upscaling lower-than-4K content pretty well too. 1080p content looked pretty darn close to 4K, and while 720p content didn’t quite get there, it was far from distracting.  

The fact that it has two HDMI 2.1 ports seems to confirm this, however note that it isn’t the lowest when it comes to input lag. Generally, it’s considered that a TV with less than 15ms of input lag is good enough for the majority of gaming situations, and the Hisense U7H just breezed under that at 14.6ms. Other gaming-focused features include VRR, ALLM, and Dolby Vision Gaming. 

The Hisense U7H is a killer option in this price range — which is exactly what we’d expect from Hisense at this point. It doesn’t necessarily beat all the competition, like the TCL 6-Series, in all situations, but as a package deal it’s a seriously strong contender — and ultimately, worth buying.

Read our full Hisense U7H QLED TV review.

The best outdoor TV

(Image credit: SunBriteTV)

6. SunBriteTV Veranda 3 Outdoor TV

The best outdoor TV right now

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 55, 65, 75 inches

Screen Type: LCD

Refresh Rate: 120 Hz

HDMI ports: 4

Size: 56. 5 x 37 x 9 inches

Weight: 47 pounds

Today’s Best Deals

Reasons to buy

+

Strong picture, sound quality for an outdoor TV

+

Good for gaming

+

Top-notch remote

Reasons to avoid

Expensive compared to indoor 4K TVs

Not designed for stand use

The new SunBriteTV Veranda 3 didn’t need to do much to build on the line’s concrete foundation, as the previous model already had impressive-for-the-category 4K HDR picture and sound quality to accompany its sturdy construction aimed at outdoor use (in the shade). But in addition to adding smart features by way of Android TV, it also gained an even better display and good, caveat-free remote control as part of the bargain.

These improvements do not come cheap. Veranda 3 models start just shy of $2,900, which is hundreds of dollars more than the other Verandas. Is it worth it? If you want one of the best outdoor TVs you can buy… then, yeah, it is. It’s worth celebrating — and maybe even laying down the cash — when a good thing gets even better. Provided you have a place to put it, of course. 

Read our full SunBriteTV Veranda 3 Outdoor TV review.

How to choose the best 65-inch TV for you

How to choose the best 65-inch TV for you

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If you’re in the market for a new TV, you’ll want to consider a few factors before you spend your money. Our TV buying guide breaks down the fine details of what features matter and what distinguishes a great TV from one that’s just okay. For a 65-inch set we strongly recommend going with 4K resolution. There are a few older 1080p models still available, but they simply aren’t a good value today. And while 8K TVs are hitting the market in the 65-inch size, it will still be some time before 8K resolution gets mainstream support.

Size and space: For a 65-inch 4K TV you’ll want to sit between 8 to 9 feet from the screen to hit the sweet spot of being close enough to enjoy all the sharp details, but not so close that you’ll be able to make out the pixels that make up the picture.

Price: A basic 65-inch 4K smart TV will range between $800 and $2,300, depending upon how premium your tastes run. The TCL 6-Series Roku TV (R635) is the best budget model we’ve seen in this screen size, but if you want the best picture available, the LG CX OLED is our top pick for its combination of stellar picture quality and deep feature set.

Features: For the best picture, we recommend getting a set that offers high dynamic range (HDR) support. HDR10 is the base standard, while Dolby Vision is a higher-caliber format, and we recommend opting for Dolby Vision support when you have the choice.

Ports: Port selection is another chief concern. More HDMI ports will let you connect more devices, like game consoles and satellite boxes. And if you have a soundbar, you’ll want to connect it using an HDMI port with eARC.

Software: Finally, you’ll want to find a smart TV platform that you like. Companies like Samsung and LG use their own proprietary software, but many use more broadly available software, like Android or Roku TV. The biggest issue is app selection, as some specific apps you may want won’t be available on every smart TV platform, or there may be a months-long delay for a new service to come to some smart TVs after launching on others.

But you’ll also want to look into more advanced features, like smart home control, video conferencing capability, and other features that may be brand exclusive, or at least unevenly distributed between premium and budget sets.


If you’ve narrowed down your TV shopping by brand, price range or screen size, check out our picks for the best TVs in each.

Best TVs | Best 4K TVs | Best smart TVs for streaming | Best TVs for gaming

The best TVs under $1000 | The best TVs under $500

Best TV brands | Best Samsung TVs | Best TCL TVs | Best LG TVs | Best Roku TVs | Best OLED TVs | Best QLED TVs | Best 8K TVs

The smallest smart TVs | Best 43-inch TVs | Best 50-inch TVs | Best 55-inch TVs | Best 70-inch TVs | Best 75-inch TVs | Best 85-inch TVs

And don’t forget to watch out for the latest TV reviews.

How we test the best 65-inch TVs

How we test 65-inch TVs

When it comes to evaluating TVs, we’re serious about getting it right. That’s why every TV we review is put through a rigorous testing process that measures key standards of picture quality and performance.

Our lab tests involve testing for color accuracy and color gamut using an X-Rite i1 Pro spectrophotometer, an AccuPel DVG-5000 video test pattern generator and SpectraCal CalMAN Ultimate calibration software. These tools are relied on by professional calibrators throughout the industry, and we’ve paired them with custom workflows to gather the information needed for our reviews. These measurements are taken first in standard mode to simulate the average watching experience, and then taken again in other display modes to find the top color and brightness performance offered by each set.

Our testing measures contrast and maximum brightness, as well as lag time. Using a Leo Bodnar Video Signal Input Lag Tester to test video signal delay, we time how long it takes for content to travel from the original video source to the screen, measured to the millisecond. Shorter response times equate with faster gaming performance, letting us objectively know which TVs are better for gaming.

We use all of these objective test results to make comparisons about quality and performance between different TVs, but our evaluation doesn’t end there. We also spend hours with each set, watching shows and movies, and using carefully selected video samples to highlight the strengths and weaknesses of each set and help us tell you which TVs look and sound the best in a real home viewing environment.

And there’s more to today’s TVs than just viewing, so we also check out the smart TV functions and evaluate everything from the interface to the remote control design. This lets our reviews speak to the technical capabilities of today’s smart TVs and how they fit into your connected home.

  • Smart TV FAQ: Everything you need to know
  • The best gaming TVs for consoles old and new

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The best 65-inch TVs for 2023

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Best 65-inch TV: Quick Menu

1. The list in brief
2. Best OLED TV
3. Best QLED TV
4. Best LG TV
5. Best mid-range TV
6. Best value TV
7. Best outdoor TV
8. How to choose
9. How we test

The best 65-inch TVs represent that perfect middle-ground in television technology. They’re typically on the cutting-edge of technology, but they’re not overkill like some of the larger 8K TVs out there. And while a 65-inch TV is pretty big, it doesn’t take up as much space as a 75-inch set will. 

So what makes a regular ol’ 65-inch TV one of the best on the market? We look for 65-inch TVs that come stocked with the latest tech. Right now, that’s HDR support, 4K resolutions, HDMI 2.1 ports, Wide Color Gamut and VRR. We also have a preference towards cutting-edge panel technology like QD-OLED, Samsung’s Neo QLED and LG’s Generation 2 OLED Evo panels.

But how do you choose a 65-inch TV?  You’re off to the right start by coming here. We’ve tested dozens of TVs, from budget smart models to premium OLED panels. After well over 100 hours of lab testing and eyes-on viewing, we’ve pulled together this list of the best 65-inch TVs you can currently buy. Below you should find a mix of value options and some premium models, all of which we can highly recommend to you. 

Written by

Written by

Managing Editor, TV & AV

My name’s Nick and I look after our guides to the best TVs, best OLED TVs and best 4K TVs. Most of my day is spent watching and evaluating new screens from LG, Samsung, Sony, Hisense, TCL and Vizio. I have 10 years of experience in AV, and before I joined Tom’s Guide I was formerly the Senior Editor, TV and AV at TechRadar. I love helping people find the perfect TV, so please feel free to reach out over email or tag me on Twitter and I can help you out.

The quick list

Here’s a quick overview of the best 65-inch TVs you can buy right now based on our testing and reviews. And keep up on scrolling if you want to see our in-depth analysis of all the top TVs for every budget.  

Best OLED TV

1. Sony Bravia A95K OLED

The best overall TV for your home cinema

The Sony Bravia A95K absolutely floored us in a way no other TV had previously this year. If we only had the time and space to recommend one 65-inch TV this year, the Sony A95K would be it.

Read more below

Best QLED TV

2. Samsung QN95B QLED TV

The best QLED TV you can buy

The Samsung QN95B Neo QLED TV is the premium QLED set to get. With best-in-class brightness, a clever design and every feature you need from a smart TV, the QN95B is tough to beat.

Read more below

Best LG TV

3. LG C3 OLED

LG’s best TV and a cost-effective OLED 

The LG C3 OLED is a fantastic OLED model that doesn’t break the bank. It may not use the latest display technology like the QD-OLED TVs on this list, but it’s a lot cheaper and looks great.

Read more below

Best mid-range TV

4. TCL 6-Series (R655)

The best mid-range TV

The TCL 6-Series Roku TV costs under $1,000, but with superior brightness and gaming capabilities, no one who watches it will ever know. If you’re looking for one of the best TVs you can find for less, this one is an excellent place to start.

Read more below

Best Gaming TV

5. Hisense U7H QLED TV

The best value TV

We loved the Hisense U7H. It was able to deliver an excellent all-around image quality in its price range, plus it includes gaming-focused features like VRR, ALLM, and Dolby Vision Gaming. Gamers will be happy with this set.

Read more below

Best Outdoor TV

6. SunBriteTV Veranda 3

The best outdoor TV

As far as outdoor TVs are concerned, the SunBriteTV Veranda 3 stands above the competition by offering a performance that’s worthy of plenty of indoor 4K TVs.  It’s not cheap, but if you’re after a 4K outdoor TV, look here first.

Read more below

The full list: Best 65-inch TVs in detail

(Image credit: Sony)

1. Sony Bravia XR A95K OLED

Amazing brightness and black levels plus the best smart TV platform

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 55, 65

Screen Type: QD-OLED

Refresh Rate: 120 Hz

HDMI ports: 4 (2 HDMI 2.1, 2 HDMI 2.0)

Size: 56.88 x 33 x 1.75 inches

Weight: 59.5 pounds

Today’s Best Deals

Reasons to buy

+

Superb picture quality

+

Color and brightness are outstanding

+

Best sound you can find from a TV

+

Includes a dizzying variety of useful, experience-enhancing features

Reasons to avoid

Only two HDMI 2.1 ports

By any standard, the Sony Bravia XR A95K OLED is a remarkable TV — and often, it’s far better than that. This set, which sits at the top of Sony’s expansive TV lineup, unites the industry’s defining technologies and Sony’s own groundbreaking processing and picture enhancements to deliver superlative performance in every area. And  our own test results back this up.

The color and brightness on the Bravia XR A95K are dazzling. Unexpected but genuinely useful smart features transform everything from how you interact with the screen, how you make picture adjustments, and even what you do if you lose your remote control. Perhaps most important, this Sony OLED TV looks and sounds like a dream, no matter what you watch on it, making everything a transcendent viewing and listening experience.

The question with the A95K, then, isn’t whether it’s one of the best TVs you can buy. It’s whether it is the best TV you can buy. In our opinion? Yes, yes it is.

Read our full Sony Bravia XR A95K review.

The best QLED TV

(Image credit: Samsung)

2. Samsung QN95B Neo QLED TV

Need extra brightness? This is the premium QLED TV of the year

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 55, 65, 75, 85 inches

Screen Type: QLED

Refresh Rate: 120 Hz

HDMI ports: 4 HDMI all HDMI 2. 1

Size: 57 x 32.7 x 0.7 inches

Weight: 49.2 pounds

Today’s Best Deals

Reasons to buy

+

Outstanding brightness abilities

+

Impressive color reproduction

+

Great cable management

+

Low input lag

Reasons to avoid

No Dolby Vision support

With the Samsung QN95B Neo QLED TV, Samsung once again proves why it’s the QLED TV king. Thanks to best-in-class brightness, cable management convenience and impressive performance across most content genres, the QN95B is a tough TV to beat. 

At a time when OLED TVs steal most of the hype, Samsung’s premium Neo QLED technology stands out in one big way: brightness. By introducing a Mini LED backlighting, the panel can achieve higher levels of brightness without sacrificing depth and gradations of luminance. Samsung pairs that image quality with a bounty of smart TV functions and genuinely intelligent features, like a solar-powered remote control that eliminates the need to swap out batteries — delivering eco-friendly design and unbeaten convenience at the same time.

The whole thing is packed into a gorgeous 1-inch-thick design that contains a huge array of smart features, potent Dolby Atmos sound and some of the best performance we’ve ever seen. HDMI 2.1 connectivity comes as standard, and it’s also a great option for gamers thanks to plenty of dedicated features and an impressive 9.8-millisecond lag time in our testing.

Read our full Samsung QN95B Neo QLED TV review or browse our Samsung promo codes

The best LG TV

(Image credit: Future)

3. LG C3 OLED

The most celebrated OLED TV series is still one of the best

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 42, 48, 55, 65, 77, 83 inches

Screen Type: OLED

Refresh Rate: 120 Hz

HDMI ports: 4 HDMI 2.1 (1 eARC)

Size: 56.7 x 32.5 x 1.8 inches

Weight: 36.6 pounds

Today’s Best Deals

Reasons to buy

+

Superb picture quality

+

Improved smart interface

+

Top-notch gaming features, performance

Reasons to avoid

Dimmer than QD-OLED 

Average-at-best sound

No ATSC 3. 0 tuner

If the top-tier Sony is a little too expensive and the ultra-vivid Samsung hurts your eyes, the LG C3 OLED can be a perfect compromise. Thanks to an impressive display panel, a premium design, and great smart TV platform it’s a well-rounded option that doesn’t completely destroy your bank account.

In terms of design, the panel itself is impossibly thin, measuring 0.1-inch thick across the top half of the TV. The component compartment extends out on the bottom half of the back chassis, but it’s still very sleek overall.

Unless you’re determined to own the best of the best (and the priciest of the priciest), there’s no need to spend the additional hundreds of dollars necessary to get those things. The LG C-Series has earned its popularity — and its reputation — by proving that twice before. And with the LG OLED C3 it pulls off the hat trick.

Read our full LG C3 OLED review.

The best mid-range TV

(Image credit: TCL)

4.

TCL 6-Series Roku TV

The best mid-range TV of the year

Specifications

Screen Type: QLED

Refresh Rate: 120 Hz

HDMI ports: 4 HDMI, 1 USB

Size: 56.9 x 32.9 x 2.8 inches

Weight: 63.9 pounds

Today’s Best Deals

Reasons to buy

+

Excellent QLED and mini-LED display

+

Great gaming performance

+

Roku TV offers a huge app selection and easy interface

+

Improved Roku remote

Reasons to avoid

Sound is a little weak

Roku is missing some of the latest apps

TCL has long been acclaimed for bringing a lot of performance to TVs that don’t cost a lot of money. That trend continues with its latest 6-Series Roku TV, the 65R655, which amps up key aspects of its performance—particularly brightness and gaming potential—while keeping the price affordable. Throw in the super-easy-to-use Roku TV interface and you have a set that more than delivers on its picture promise without busting your budget.

You will have to make a couple of sacrifices to take full advantage of the good deal the 65R655 offers, a set this simple won’t appeal to everyone, and there aren’t a ton of innovations when compared with earlier 6-Series sets. But in what it does offer over its predecessors and competitors, the 65R655 offers a compelling amount of TV while minimizing most of the compromises. If you’re looking for one of the best TVs you can find for less than $1,000, this one is an excellent place to start.

Read our full TCL 6-Series Roku TV (65R655) review.
 

The best value TV

(Image credit: Hisense)

5. Hisense U7H QLED TV

An incredibly affordable TV that looks great for the price

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 55, 65, 75 inches

Screen type: QLED

Refresh rate: 120Hz

HDMI ports: 4 (1 ARC, 1 HDMI 2.1)

Size: 57.0 x 33.1 x 3.5 inches

Weight: 43 pounds

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Reasons to buy

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Excellently bright

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Good selection of gaming features

Reasons to avoid

Audio is only fine

Only two HDMI 2. 1 ports and one is eARC

The Hisense U7H may not have Mini LED backlighting like the TCL 6-Series, but it does offer a QLED panel, and the ever-improving Google TV operating system. And, for the most part, it succeeds in delivering an impressive low-cost QLED TV-watching experience — but there are a few caveats to keep in mind.

 In day-to-day use, the Hisense U7H delivered a vibrant and bright viewing experience in all situations. Whether watching in SDR or Dolby Vision, you’ll find colors to be stunning and detail to be high. Speaking of details, it’s able to upscaling lower-than-4K content pretty well too. 1080p content looked pretty darn close to 4K, and while 720p content didn’t quite get there, it was far from distracting. 

The fact that it has two HDMI 2.1 ports seems to confirm this, however note that it isn’t the lowest when it comes to input lag. Generally, it’s considered that a TV with less than 15ms of input lag is good enough for the majority of gaming situations, and the Hisense U7H just breezed under that at 14. 6ms. Other gaming-focused features include VRR, ALLM, and Dolby Vision Gaming. 

The Hisense U7H is a killer option in this price range — which is exactly what we’d expect from Hisense at this point. It doesn’t necessarily beat all the competition, like the TCL 6-Series, in all situations, but as a package deal it’s a seriously strong contender — and ultimately, worth buying.

Read our full Hisense U7H QLED TV review.

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6. SunBriteTV Veranda 3 Outdoor TV

The best outdoor TV right now

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 55, 65, 75 inches

Screen Type: LCD

Refresh Rate: 120 Hz

HDMI ports: 4

Size: 56.5 x 37 x 9 inches

Weight: 47 pounds

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Strong picture, sound quality for an outdoor TV

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Good for gaming

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Top-notch remote

Reasons to avoid

Expensive compared to indoor 4K TVs

Not designed for stand use

The new SunBriteTV Veranda 3 didn’t need to do much to build on the line’s concrete foundation, as the previous model already had impressive-for-the-category 4K HDR picture and sound quality to accompany its sturdy construction aimed at outdoor use (in the shade). But in addition to adding smart features by way of Android TV, it also gained an even better display and good, caveat-free remote control as part of the bargain.

These improvements do not come cheap. Veranda 3 models start just shy of $2,900, which is hundreds of dollars more than the other Verandas. Is it worth it? If you want one of the best outdoor TVs you can buy… then, yeah, it is. It’s worth celebrating — and maybe even laying down the cash — when a good thing gets even better. Provided you have a place to put it, of course. 

Read our full SunBriteTV Veranda 3 Outdoor TV review.

How to choose the best 65-inch TV for you

How to choose the best 65-inch TV for you

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If you’re in the market for a new TV, you’ll want to consider a few factors before you spend your money. Our TV buying guide breaks down the fine details of what features matter and what distinguishes a great TV from one that’s just okay. For a 65-inch set we strongly recommend going with 4K resolution. There are a few older 1080p models still available, but they simply aren’t a good value today. And while 8K TVs are hitting the market in the 65-inch size, it will still be some time before 8K resolution gets mainstream support.

Size and space: For a 65-inch 4K TV you’ll want to sit between 8 to 9 feet from the screen to hit the sweet spot of being close enough to enjoy all the sharp details, but not so close that you’ll be able to make out the pixels that make up the picture.

Price: A basic 65-inch 4K smart TV will range between $800 and $2,300, depending upon how premium your tastes run. The TCL 6-Series Roku TV (R635) is the best budget model we’ve seen in this screen size, but if you want the best picture available, the LG CX OLED is our top pick for its combination of stellar picture quality and deep feature set.

Features: For the best picture, we recommend getting a set that offers high dynamic range (HDR) support. HDR10 is the base standard, while Dolby Vision is a higher-caliber format, and we recommend opting for Dolby Vision support when you have the choice.

Ports: Port selection is another chief concern. More HDMI ports will let you connect more devices, like game consoles and satellite boxes. And if you have a soundbar, you’ll want to connect it using an HDMI port with eARC.

Software: Finally, you’ll want to find a smart TV platform that you like. Companies like Samsung and LG use their own proprietary software, but many use more broadly available software, like Android or Roku TV. The biggest issue is app selection, as some specific apps you may want won’t be available on every smart TV platform, or there may be a months-long delay for a new service to come to some smart TVs after launching on others.

But you’ll also want to look into more advanced features, like smart home control, video conferencing capability, and other features that may be brand exclusive, or at least unevenly distributed between premium and budget sets.


If you’ve narrowed down your TV shopping by brand, price range or screen size, check out our picks for the best TVs in each.

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How we test 65-inch TVs

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Our lab tests involve testing for color accuracy and color gamut using an X-Rite i1 Pro spectrophotometer, an AccuPel DVG-5000 video test pattern generator and SpectraCal CalMAN Ultimate calibration software. These tools are relied on by professional calibrators throughout the industry, and we’ve paired them with custom workflows to gather the information needed for our reviews. These measurements are taken first in standard mode to simulate the average watching experience, and then taken again in other display modes to find the top color and brightness performance offered by each set.

Our testing measures contrast and maximum brightness, as well as lag time. Using a Leo Bodnar Video Signal Input Lag Tester to test video signal delay, we time how long it takes for content to travel from the original video source to the screen, measured to the millisecond. Shorter response times equate with faster gaming performance, letting us objectively know which TVs are better for gaming.

We use all of these objective test results to make comparisons about quality and performance between different TVs, but our evaluation doesn’t end there. We also spend hours with each set, watching shows and movies, and using carefully selected video samples to highlight the strengths and weaknesses of each set and help us tell you which TVs look and sound the best in a real home viewing environment.

And there’s more to today’s TVs than just viewing, so we also check out the smart TV functions and evaluate everything from the interface to the remote control design. This lets our reviews speak to the technical capabilities of today’s smart TVs and how they fit into your connected home.

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Xiaomi is a Chinese company, a leading electronics manufacturer. The brand produces TVs for any budget. We analyzed customer reviews and chose the most popular models.

The rating includes the best Xiaomi TVs. A brief overview with the pros and cons will help you choose the best option.

  • 1.
    The best large Xiaomi TV models – 55 inches

    • 1. 1.
      ⚡Xiaomi Mi TV 4S 55 T2 is a great model for your money

    • 1.2.
      📺Xiaomi Mi TV P1 55 – Vibrant Picture and Frameless Design

    • 1.3.
      🔊Xiaomi Mi TV 6 Extreme Edition 55 – the highest quality picture and sound

  • 2.
    The best Xiaomi TVs in terms of price and size – 43 inches

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      💎Xiaomi Mi TV P1 43 is the best value for money

    • 2.2.
      💪🏻Xiaomi Mi TV 4S 43 T2 – customer choice

  • 3.
    Best cheap small Xiaomi TVs – 32 inches

    • 3.1.
      💰Xiaomi Mi TV P1 32 is the cheapest

    • 3.2.
      ❤️Xiaomi Mi TV 4A 32 T2 is the most popular among buyers

  • 4.
    50″ Models

    • 4.1.
      🤩Xiaomi Mi TV 4S 50 T2

    • 4.2.
      🦄Xiaomi Mi TV P1 50

    • 4.3.
      TV 65 inches or more

  • 5.
    🖼️Xiaomi Mi TV 4S 65 T2S is a huge TV with a stylish design

    • 5.1.
      🔮Xiaomi Mi TV Q1 75

    • 5.2.
      🎥Xiaomi Mi TV 6 OLED 65

    • 5.3.
      👍🏻Xiaomi TV ES Pro 86 is the biggest

  • 6.
    Why Xiaomi TVs are better than Haier and TCL

Xiaomi’s best large TV models – 55 inches

Screens from 55 inches show the smallest details. These are the best models for large spacious rooms.

⚡Xiaomi Mi TV 4S 55 T2 is an excellent model for the money

The best budget option for those who want a bright, juicy picture. 4k TV shows a high-quality detailed image. The price is low due to the LED backlight, simple LCD matrix.

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Benefits

  • Fast application response.
  • You can install software for watching online movies on Android.
  • User-friendly interface, smart home support.
  • Uncluttered console, voice control.

Disadvantages

  • Narrow sound frequency range (difficult to understand speech).
  • Lights are visible on a dark background.

📺Xiaomi Mi TV P1 55 TV – bright image and frameless design

Modern, budget Android TV with a large diagonal. Applications can be downloaded from a USB flash drive (but it will not work through a browser). Voice command control available.

The remote control has a convenient button for calling the Kinopoisk or Netflix applications. With one click, you can continue or start watching the video. The 20W speakers provide good sound.

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Benefits

  • Price, quality and picture resolution (4k).
  • Good black color, contrast.
  • Android TV support.
  • Frameless design.

Disadvantages

  • Plastic case.
  • Grainy with a distinct pixel grid.

🔊Xiaomi Mi TV 6 Extreme Edition 55 – the highest quality picture and sound

The model offers the richest picture and accurate color reproduction for the money. The device supports quality improvement technologies. QLED is very bright, high contrast.

The body is metal and heavy, but slim and strong. With a refresh rate of 120Hz, video won’t freeze or stutter. Gamers will appreciate the presence of an HDMI 2.1 port, support for VRR technology.

This new model has corrected the shortcomings of previous versions. The soundtrack is cleaner and richer. The total sound power is as much as 90 watts.

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Benefits

  • Natural colors.
  • Powerful sound.
  • Housing reinforced with aluminum frame.
  • Retractable webcam with two sensors.
  • Control by gestures or voice commands.

Disadvantages

  • No original Russian firmware.

The best Xiaomi TVs in terms of price and size – 43 inches

Medium-sized smart TVs are the best option. “Fillings” and picture quality are enough for comfortable home viewing. The rating below will help determine which model is better to choose.

💎Xiaomi Mi TV P1 43 is the best in terms of price and quality

The latest generation of smart TV with Bluetooth module. Good value for money. Able to connect to WI-Fi in the 5 GHz band.

The upgraded P-series is fast, starts up quickly, and is navigable right away. Comes with a remote control with buttons for digital cinemas.

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Benefits

  • Slim frame, light weight.
  • Large margin of brightness.
  • Works fast, doesn’t lag.
  • Convenient menu, parental control.
  • Android TV for watching IPTV, 1080p movies.

Disadvantages

  • Poor TV reception.

💪🏻Xiaomi Mi TV 4S 43 T2 is the choice of buyers

The most popular variant with a 43-inch screen. The case is plastic, but with metal frames. The sound is worse than the 55-inch model (only 16 watts), but can be improved by connecting a sound bar.

A phone or PC broadcast is started via chromecast. Enable video remotely. There are many native functions on Android TV, you can also install external programs via a USB flash drive.

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Benefits

  • Lightweight, durable housing.
  • Works with Wi-Fi 5 GHz, the network is stable, does not slow down.
  • Compact remote control with voice input.
  • Good price for 4K HDR.

Disadvantages

  • The sound could be better.
  • No margin for brightness.

Best Inexpensive Xiaomi Small TVs – 32 inches

Small TVs are the cheapest. The top includes popular options from the Xiaomi line. The bundle is more than enough for watching movies, online video platforms.

💰Xiaomi Mi TV P1 32 is the most inexpensive

TV with thin bezels, glossy surface (very glare on a black screen). There is a minimalistic air gun (works on Bluetooth). The built-in Google Assistant accepts voice commands.

You can start streaming a YouTube video from your computer via Chromecast. The resolution is low, but for the price – a great option for the home.

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Benefits

  • Wide viewing angles.
  • Nice picture, nothing catches the eye.
  • Laconic remote control, holds a charge for a long time.
  • Functionality (Android TV with the ability to install applications from the network).

Disadvantages

  • Not enough RAM.

❤️Xiaomi Mi TV 4A 32 T2 is the most popular among buyers

Compact TV, suitable for small spaces. The brightness is low (modest LED backlight), so the model is better to buy for a darkened room.

Screen with anti-reflective coating, almost no glare. The TV is connected to the Internet via an access point or an Ethernet cable. This model has no competitors in its price category.

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Benefits

  • Price.
  • HD image quality.
  • Acceptable sound, viewing angle.
  • Built-in programs (Google Assistant, IVI, etc.)
  • Android operating system.
  • The device is thin, light.

Disadvantages

  • There are no normal brightness and contrast settings.
  • Built-in memory is not enough for stable operation.

50″ Models

Suitable for small to medium sized rooms (living room, nursery, bedroom). Below are the best Chinese Xiaomi TVs in this category.

🤩Xiaomi Mi TV 4S 50 T2

Number 1 according to user reviews. Streaming video in 4K transmits over Wi-fi even with a bad router.

Brightness headroom is sufficient for dark scenes on a sunny day. The device is equipped with a dynamic expansion of the color range.

Clear 20-watt sound can work with spatial effect. There is a voice dialing, access to the Google assistant, a lot of audio ports.

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Benefits

  • Easy access to entrances and exits.
  • Pleasant sound (though not enough bass).
  • Colorful graphics, non-poisonous.
  • Rich functionality (classic TV, online).

Disadvantages

  • OS periodically buggy.
  • The remote control is noisy, you need to get used to it.

🦄Xiaomi Mi TV P1 50

TV with metal thick body. According to customer reviews, the hardware is fast, but sometimes there is a problem with connecting Wi-Fi.

Applications are installed from the play store or via an external drive. Extras can be safely removed.

The remote has buttons for streaming services. Through the microphone (it is also built into the TV itself), you can give commands to the voice assistant.

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Benefits

  • 50 inch frameless large screen.
  • 4k and HDR quality.
  • Pure cinematic sound.
  • Quick first setup.
  • Convenient menu and navigation.

Shortcomings

  • Not enough RAM.
  • Hangups while continuing to view content.

TV 65″ and up

Sturdy displays from 65″ allow you to enjoy TV to the fullest. They create the effect of immersion in what is happening.

Bigger case fits more technology. This is the best solution for a full-fledged home theater.

65″ LCD TV with Ultra HD 4k quality. On the HDR10 + screen, you can adjust the saturation, brightness of the color gamut.

A smart TV can easily handle high definition content. The matrix is ​​the best for the money. But looking at the bright sun even through the blinds is uncomfortable.

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Advantages

  • Huge diagonal for such a price.
  • Pure audio accompaniment.
  • “Uplavnyalka” works everywhere.
  • The sound on the receiver produces properly.
  • Androit TV, decent sound.

Defects

  • Smart “thoughtful”.
  • The menu sometimes freezes.

🔮Xiaomi Mi TV Q1 75

Limitless QLED panel shows up to a billion shades. The TV is suitable for both watching movies and playing games. Although it will not pull demanding applications.

Voice commands can be controlled via the remote control or the TV itself. RAM and built-in memory is enough to spend time on the Internet, switch between tabs without delay.

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Benefits

  • Honest 120 Hz, clear, rich image.
  • Dimming – great (no ghosting).
  • 30W Sound.
  • More than 5 thousand applications on Android TV.
  • Good response – plays shooters without frame breaks.

Disadvantages

  • There may be difficulties with the first setup.

🎥Xiaomi Mi TV 6 OLED 65

The OLED screen plays 4K and HDR10 videos. The MiHome application is immediately built into the model, through which the smart home system is controlled.

The picture looks the same no matter where you look at it from. On board the socket for the antenna, set-top box, speaker system.

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Benefits

  • Surround sound, total 25 watts.
  • There are Wi-Fi, Bluetooth modules.
  • Juicy picture.
  • Ports for all occasions.
  • 178 degree viewing angle.

Defects

  • Not found.

👍🏻Xiaomi TV ES Pro 86 is the largest

The best and most voluminous screen ever. The case is metal (may be hard to level).

This TV is convenient to play through the console. Gamers will appreciate AMD FreeSync Premium, VRR, ALLM certifications.

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Benefits

  • Huge screen, suitable for home theater.
  • Includes a lot of software out of the box (IPTV, YouTube, etc.).
  • Bright graphics.
  • Decent sound (30 watts on two speakers).

Disadvantages

  • Large weight – the swivel arm holds it with difficulty.

Why Xiaomi TVs are better than Haier and TCL

A TV from Haier or TCL is an inexpensive, but very simple option. Their product lines do not receive global updates for several years.

Xiaomi is a leading company. She chooses decent displays with high peak brightness, Local Dimming. The system automatically darkens some areas (this option is important for HDR content).

Xiaomi smart TVs have all the technology built into the soundbar. The display itself is thin and light. In the future, it will be possible to buy a new version of the soundbar and just plug it into the screen.

The ranking presents the best Chinese Xiaomi TVs. We took information from open sources, compared different proposals. Knowing the disadvantages, advantages of each model, you can find the best option for a comfortable pastime.

Western countries can block crypto transactions of Russian companies

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According to the statement of the First Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank Russian Federation (CBR) , Olga Skorobogatova, some unfriendly countries have the ability to block the cryptocurrency operations of Russian companies. She also noted that the Central Bank of the Russian Federation is concerned about the potential losses that Russian companies may incur when using digital assets for international settlements. It was noted that, under experimental legal regimes, such transactions could be carried out.

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