Its XR OLED Contrast technology enhances the picture to create immersive depth and realism that results in ultra-detailed shadows and crisp, clean peak highlights. With its best-in-class wide viewing angle, everyone can enjoy a premium viewing experience.
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Best 4K TVs for 202110/5/2021 4:57:20 PM GMT
There are three main things to consider when purchasing a new LCD-LED or OLED TV - picture quality, room size, and budget. Picture quality is the number one consideration because, let's face it, the TV's number one job is delivering an enjoyable viewing experience.
Given today's technology, an OLED TV will deliver the best picture quality, but be aware that these TVs are very expensive, and although they are continually improving, they struggle with brightness in rooms with a lot of light. Aside from these two considerations, an OLED TV picture can't be beat.
Fortunately, new technologies are closing the gap on OLED TVs, and a very impressive, and satisfying, viewing experience can be had at lower price points. The picks by the NetDigz Editors are designed to provide information you can use to find the best quality picture available, while considering different room sizes and budgets.
In determining the best picture quality, many factors are taken into consideration, including - refresh rates, contrast ratios, local dimming, color uniformity, motion handling, and brightness. Reviews and ratings also consider HDMI specifications for interfacing with video and audio sources, sound quality, and smart features.
Better brightness and wider color volume comes from its full-array local dimming that achieves a striking contrast between bright and dark areas of the image. With a nod to gamers, a THX mode provides low input lag with high contrast.
The icing on the cake is the built-in ROKU TV operating system, our top-rated media streaming player.
All-in-all, the LG C1 delivers a breathtaking home cinema experience that will not disappoint, and will do so for a few hundred dollars less than the Sony A80J. And, if you absolutely have to have the biggest TV, you can get the LG C1 in an 83" screen, while the Sony A80J is maxed-out at 75".
The TV's Game Mode Pro features high speed HDMI inputs and software that recognize gaming sequences to automatically adjust settings. Although the Roku Ultra is the best TV streaming device, Android streaming is built-in if you want to forego the cost of an external device.
Gamers will appreciate the 4K/120Hz HDMI input capability that enhances Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 performance. With its excellent color accuracy and outstanding motion handling, you might forget this isn't an OLED display. Of note is the X90J's performance in upscaling lower standard definition video to stunning near 4k resolution.
This LG TV has bright, detailed colors; while utilizing local dimming to produce deeper blacks and enhanced contrast, and at a price that won't break the bank. Fluid motion handling is evident with the 80-Series' native 120H refresh rate that is enhanced by LG's TruMotion 240 technology.
Bottom line - excellent performance for smaller rooms.
So why is this TV here? - It's a quality product at an unbeatable price that has our top rated ROKU streaming device with dual-band Wifi capability built-in. So if budget is your number one consideration, look no further. Follow the easy steps described on the display to hook it up to your router and you're ready to go.
Image quality is better, it just doesn't necessarily jump out at you. But, if you must have the best image quality available and your applications calls for a 32" TV, don't waste your time looking for anything other than the Samsung Q50A QLED TV, nothing exists that comes close.
Simple, small and capable, with built-in streaming, makes the TCL 3-Series an easy choice at any budget for smaller room applications.