Big-Screen But Even Bigger: The 5 Best TVs Over 75″
Go huge or go home
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TV shopping in 2021 is all about size, my friends. You’ve heard it before, but it bears repeating: when it comes to a fully optimized home theater, the bigger the television the better. You thought 65 inches was the industry standard when it comes to outsized sets? That’s old-school now. 75 inches and up is where you’ll want to look if you’re hoping to make your friends and neighbors drool with envy.
Of course, upgrading your home theater to these bolder sizes takes some planning. Do you have the space in your room to offer proper viewing angles? Can you create seating far enough from the TV to get a sharp, non-pixelated picture? And, most importantly, which large-screen TVs are worth the investment?
To help you figure out which big-screen is best for your room and your budget, we’ve put together a list of the top picks for over-65-inch screen sizes.
We love Samsung’s classy Frame TV because it fits so beautifully into any room’s décor, and we love it’s singular ability to make specialized digital pictures look like a piece of art or photography when it’s not being used as a TV. But, at 75-inches, the TV part is just as amazing, and you’re going to want to place this QLED 4K Smart TV front and center in any room. You can even choose a replaceable bezel to make it look like a mounted picture frame.
Switching out its Roku smart TV OS for Google’s smarter, more fluid Google TV software, TCL’s brand new 4K Ultra HD 75-inch 5-Series is big, beautiful and now available for just $1,300 at Best Buy. For this very reasonable price, you get quantum dot QLED technology for a brighter, more colorful picture and a built-in far-field mic to help make this TV the center of your smart home set-up as well as your home theater. A super upgrade from this well-reviewed TV brand.
This spectacularly large 83″ TV from LG will capture any imagination with its bright, rich, colorful images, thanks to the high-end OLED technology. A new AI 4K processor has been added to the C1 line and that’ll help with virtual surround-sound audio as well as reducing blur during your favorite sporting events. Best of all, for the $5,500 price tag, you know you’ll be getting the best picture quality in this huge, upscale form factor.
Vizio may not be the first brand you think of when it comes to pricier TVs, but its flagship 4K 85-inch P Series Quantum X TV is impressive in both picture performance, brightness and color. An LED-LCD TV, the P-Series is best known for its presentation in more brightly lit rooms and its excellent contrast and black levels. All this for $3,295.
No doubt, Sony is bringing out the big guns here. And if you want jumbo home-theater size without a projector, this whopping 100-inch Bravia TV is the way to go. It’s the most expensive TV in Sony’s lineup, setting you back nearly $20,000 for the pleasure of this stunning television in your home. But you’ll also get the Cognitive Processor for a sharper 4K HDR picture, a Full Array LED for sharper details and super contrast. Plus, like the less pricey TCL 5-Series, you get our favorite smart TV OS, the coveted Google TV.
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