Its 4K UHD combined with High Dynamic Range (HDR) brings life-like images on its 75" screen straight to your viewing area. Gorgeous, rich color. Intuitive, and offers numerous apps and voice command. Android TV and Google Cast. 4 HDMI inputs.
It's the most expensive model on our shortlist, and some owners report frustrations with software issues that are surprising considering the high price tag.
Stands out for its amazing video quality and robust colors thanks to its 4K UHD combined with 120Hz motion processing. Access to numerous popular apps via Google Cast and reliable Wi-Fi connectivity. 4 HDMI inputs. Easy to set up. Excellent customer support.
Expensive. Reported software issues including error codes requiring reboot, programs not functioning, and slow updates. Sound not as impressive as picture quality.
Excellent sound quality and picture – colors are vibrant and have superb contrast. Easy to add additional equipment (has 4 HDMI inputs). Offers access to numerous apps and has reliable connectivity.
Remote isn't as intuitive as the TV, and seems clunky in comparison. Falls on the higher end of the price range.
A reliable mid-size TV with sharp images for its class thanks to its Direct-Lit LED backlight and X-Reality PRO HD. Built-in Wi-Fi. At least half the price or less of other models we considered.
Though it has a nice picture, it's not UHD. It's also not as intuitive as other models, but the built-in Wi-Fi offers fast streaming. Only 2 HDMI inputs.
This mid-priced, mid-sized Sony TV offers beautiful UHD picture quality and intuitive features that will appeal to customers who want the latest technology for less than $1,000. Lots of apps and few reported software issues. 4 HDMI inputs.
Some owners reported issues with the remote's responsiveness, and others wished that the TV's power cord was slightly longer.
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