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Best 10 4k TVs Review
1.Sony Bravia XR 85″ X90K 4K HDR Full Array LED TV with Smart Google TV
Reviews: 2073 comment | From:Crutchfield | Delivery: Free delivery – Product ID: 14344469134897275441$1998
Bought this to replace a Samsung that appeared to have a malfunctioning HDMI port. In the two most important ways, this Sony is a much better set, even accounting for the differences in their specifications. For starters, the picture quality is more consistent, and looks better from an angle than the Samsung, which wasn’t bad, but tended to look washed out in comparison (especially from any angle other than straight on). Next, the sound quality is less anemic than the Samsung, the thin sound of which prompted me to get the soundbar I’ve been using the last couple of years. (I’m going to continue using the soundbar, but that’s mainly because I’ve become used to the low frequencies provided by the paired subwoofer, and TV sound seems thin without it.) There are some other nice features the Sony offers: The remote control is much better than the minimalist remote that came with the Samsung. Its layout makes much more sense—and I’m already noticing that I’m less likely to press the wrong button by mistake. (Although the Samsung remote has a solar recharging feature and a USB-C port, eliminating the need for conventional batteries.) The “screen off” function is a nice surprise. In conjunction with the sleep timer, you can have music or a video play you to sleep without having to contend with the brightness of a TV screen. Audio sync (between set and soundbar, if you’re using one) is automatic—a lot more convenient than having to experiment with coarse manual settings that might work for one input source but be slightly off for another. The volume control is a lot finer. On the one hand, it feels a little weird to turn the volume up to 50 (it goes up to 100); on the other, that means it doesn’t go from zero to full blast (this is with the soundbar) in just a small number of presses of the volume control. There are some things that could be improved with this set, however: 1. The operating system. Whether it’s Android (Google TV) or Sony, a lot of stuff is buried in menus (including that annoying sound every time you press anything on the remote—when I did find the setting to turn that off, it was several hours later, and I found it only while I was looking for something else). And setup is a lot more involved than it needs to be—for example, it really shouldn’t be necessary to install yet another app (Google Home) on my phone, yet that was required in order to use the QR code to avoid having to do a lot of “typing” with the remote. (Plus I’m not a fan of Android anyway.) 2. With the Samsung, everything connected to it was essentially integrated to the point where it wasn’t necessary to have all remotes handy. For example, to watch a movie, turning on the blu-ray or DVD player would also turn on the TV, with the correct input selected automatically (even if the TV and player are different brands)—no need to turn on the TV, then the player, and then change the input using the TV remote before starting the movie. Unlike the Samsung, however, the Sony has a “Quick Settings” menu that enables you to select the input and make other adjustments without having to go to the home screen and then locate the appropriate submenu (which was easy to miss on the first try because the Samsung menu’s layout was not as intuitive as it should have been, resulting in a lot of skipping around with the cursor). 3. The sleep timer only goes up to 120 minutes. (A little thing to be sure, but the Samsung’s timer went up to 180, and the LG I had before that went up to 240.) 4. The Sony was really slow reading the contents of a USB flash drive when first inserted. It took long enough, in fact, it wasn’t until I had formatted and loaded videos on a second USB flash drive that the set was able to display the contents of more than one folder on the first drive (except for one that contained only still images)—which easily took about an hour. I never encountered any such delay using that same drive with the Samsung. In the end, though, it’s a television, so the picture and sound quality are what’s important. I can put up with the little inconveniences—although I hope they will address some of them in future updates.
2.LG – 50″ Class Uq9000 Series LED 4K UHD Smart webOS TV (50UQ9000PUD)
Reviews: 1714 comment | From:Macy’s | Delivery: Free delivery & Free 90-day returns – Product ID: 4788149595904251176$446.99
Good value. This TV is super cool with a lot of features, and the picture is pretty stellar for the price. If you want a streamlined experience and you’re primarily a streaming service user (not cable), however, this TV is about as clunky as an Android phone with a ton of useless software. I’d love to be able to customize the apps and sections on the home screen way more than the TV currently allows me to do. While I was able to turn off and remove a handful of things I know I’ll never need, it was frustrating to find that I can’t completely remove certain sections from the homepage, like the sports section. I also couldn’t remove a handful of apps that I don’t use. It would be helpful to be able to remove these so I can streamline my home screen and navigation experience instead of having to scroll through so many things I don’t even have a subscription to use. It was extremely frustrating to find that the default settings for the home screen include ads – yes, ads – that play at full volume automatically while you’re on your home screen. It took forever to figure out how to turn those off, and the whole time I was trying to figure that out, that was really souring my experience. Coming from never having a smart TV like this before, learning how to use this TV made me feel like someone who had never used technology before. The introductory training won first learning to navigate the TV settings and remote could have been much better. Some things take longer to load than I would like. Well that’s not a big deal, it’s the little things like this that shouldn’t be noticeable on a high quality TV, and on this TV it’s quite noticeable. I really like that the remote operates kind of like a wiimote, with a cursor you can move around on the screen by moving the remote. This makes navigating menus, selecting things, and using the keyboard somewhat easier, but it feels a bit cheap in operation and can be clunky from time to time or when trying to select very small buttons on the screen. I’ve had consistent issues with using the voice feature to tell the TV to open something or perform another function, and even with troubleshooting, the issues persist. However, it’s usually faster for me to just scroll to and select what I’d like to watch instead of speak to my remote, wait for the TV to figure out what I said, and finally do what I want it to do. Finally, I use an external soundbar with this TV and my experience has been pretty good. It was not clear initially when I hooked up the soundbar that I could teach the TV to recognize the soundbar and therefore control the volume with the TV remote, so that was exciting to find out but that should have been more obvious within the sound settings then it was when I first switched over to using the soundbar. However, overall, I’m happy with how the TV works with the external soundbar. The soundbar is the same LG brand.
3.TCL 43″ Class 4-Series 4K UHD HDR Roku Smart TV – 43s431
Reviews: 4072 comment | From:G7 Electronic | Delivery: Free delivery by Wed, Apr 5 – Product ID: 14562533551353040880$287.32
If you purchase this TV, or any TV from TCL, in 4-14 months you’ll regret your decision. We purchased this TV in October 2021. Flash forward to Xmas Eve 2022, my husband was watching YouTube, and the TV went black. It still had sound, but no picture. We believe it was the backlight that broke. The TV was used as a bedroom TV and only on a couple of hours a day tops, not as much as our living room TV. It only lasted 14 months! $258 for a TV that lasted only 14 months! I called TCL repeatedly because I wasn’t receiving a call back, maybe due to the holidays. A few days later I got through to TCL. The operator told me my TV was still under warranty and what they needed from me to email to them, which I gathered and sent. I received an email back from TCL stating that my TV was out of warranty and to take it to my local TV repair shop. What a joke! I called TCL back and asked to speak to a manager or supervisor. The TCL call representative said she would give her supervisor my number, but most likely I wouldn’t get a call back because of the TV being out of warranty. I am usually easygoing, but I flipped out! I am normally not what is referred to as a “Karen,” but this TCL company brought out my inner “Karen.” After my TV issue, I noticed other new reviews stating that other people’s TCL TVs are only lasting several months as well with the same issue. It is a KNOWN ISSUE and TCL will not do anything about it, so I have a 14 month old piece of garbage broken TV and TCL just takes the money and runs. Please, don’t make a mistake like I did and waste your time or money on any TCL products. If you think I’m only one of 1000’s of unlucky customers and maybe you are a lucky one, and you seriously want to purchase this, because no way this will happen to you, also note that the Roku remote on this product is flimsy, slow, (multiple button pushes to move,) and without voice command or earphone jack. I’ve have Roku products for years, and this was by far the worst. There is also a built-in bright nightlight on the TV that annoyed my husband and I until I went into the settings and figured out how to disable it. Note to add: when I first purchased this TV, it was delivered to my house and the TCL box was absolutely covered in purple goo, which I believe was PVC primer used by plumbers because it had a stong odor that took about 6 months to fully dissapate from my sun room. Fed Ex was aware of the substance because they took the TV back to their distribution center to be “relabeled,” but actually they tried to mop it off, (there were disgusting mop head strings stuck to the purple substance,) and hid the purple mystery goo with pieces of cardboard taped over the goo on the original box. Disgusting! It was a hassle, but finally got through to FedEx and had the original contaminated TV sent back. I (regrettably,) reordered the same TCL TV, (which is the one that only last 14 months.) I understand that this issue was definitely an issue with the shipper.
4.Samsung – 60″ Class TU690T Series LED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TV
Reviews: 3796 comment | From:InVastor.com | Delivery: Free delivery by Tue, Apr 4 – Product ID: 7026813606043709040$479.99
Given that this is an entry level 75″ inch TV and priced extremely competitive even amongst the non-major brands, its an extremely value for money product. Having owned a 55″ TV, wanted to go for an 75″. And I was too divided between an OLED and this, Ultimately, this being priced at about half of an OLED, I decided to go with this. The major limitation is that it has only 2 HDMI’ ports and 1 USB. One of the HDMI is e-arc, which is great and I have connected to my sound bar and another to my firestick. Usually this is all I need, but I do occasionally connect my friend’s Roku or my laptop and that’s when I have to disconnect my firestick. Yes, I do need the firestick as Tizen doesn’t have a F1TV app. Speaking of Tizen, it really needs a bit of improvement when it comes to apps. There are few key apps that still are missing. The picture clarity is much much better with Firestick than Tizen. Although the TV remote is huge and lot of buttons, it beautifully controls the firestick and my non-samsung soundbar and I dont have to toggle between remotes at any time. But with so many buttons, the lack of dedicated buttons for Sound and Picture settings baffles me. Samsung could have provided option to re-program the colored buttons. One of the major issue is light reflection. It really does hamper the viewing experience and I have to switch off the lights to enjoy my TV viewing. Another disadvantage is not able to adjust the legs distance, but I can understand why. Given the TV weight, I would feel comfortable placing the legs as far apart as possible to provide maximum stability. Absence of a headphone jack is another small limitation. Alternately I could connect to my Bluetooth headphones. Only when I and my wife want to use earphones to watch TV together, I miss the headphone jack to which I used to connect a splitter. Quite a few picture setting options – with Filmmaker option as well which is nice. I was watching an old movie with STANDARD settings and the clarity was brilliant. Even better than 55″ TV, meaning upscaling works really well with appropriate Picture settings. This is not one of the brightest TV. I am having to watch the TV at around 80% of brightness levels but my older TVs I usually watch at 60%. Sound quality is not bad at all, but using a soundbar is definitely better. Overall, its an absolute value for money TV and the whole experience of watching in a 75″ TV is awesome.
5.LG G1 65″ OLED Evo 4K Smart TV-OLED65G1PUA
Reviews: 4593 comment | From:The TV Bros | Delivery: Free delivery by Mon, Apr 3 – Product ID: 12817459190250705125$1739
It was time to replace our 10-year-old, out-dated smart TV and we were enticed by the OLED display sets. We were holding out for the LG OLED C2 with EVO panel while watching the end-of-model-year C1 sales for several months. We were shocked to see the G1 (which has the EVO panel) at MicroCenter for little more than the C1, so we jumped on the deal. Hadn’t planned on wall mounting our TV, but it was pretty easy for my wife and I to do. We are cord-cutters and watch over-the-air TV stations and several streaming services. Five local stations are broadcasting the newer ATSC 3 signals which the G1 can receive. We get about 45 stations over-the-air. with a basic rooftop antenna. For streaming services, LG’s WebOS isn’t too difficult to navigate. The only app missing from the LG app store is PBS, but we can ‘cast’ that service wirelessly to the TV from a phone or computer. The OLED picture is incredible. Black areas are truly black, and the bright areas are shockingly bright. We didn’t have to fiddle much with picture adjustments – looked great out-of-the-box. The Smart Remote is a great add – nice to be able to point and click like a computer mouse. The voice search also works well. We run sound to a 5.1 system through the TVs eARC HDMI input. It is not possible to view the sound system menus while watching live TV or streaming – have to switch to a video input from the AVR. MicroCenter is our favorite electronics store and was very easy to deal with during purchase.
6.Samsung AU8000 65″ Crystal 4K UHD Smart TV
Reviews: 18467 comment | From:Badcock Home Furniture &more | Delivery: Delivery by Sun, Apr 2 – Product ID: 11783600125088809784$999
I researched several review sites including Tom’s Hardware guide for this 4k Smart TV primarily to have no problems using my Airplay from my phone. I am an Alexa smart home enthusiast so having the voice assistant was a extra I wanted and the somewhat standard ability of smart TV’s to link up with your Amazon Prime On Demand TV or NetFlix and Disney+, was a welcome bonus too. Of course I wished to test it with my iPhone 13 and Airplay was ezpz to connect and play movies, videos and review photos and videos taken on the phone. I have a telus 4k PVR, the picture quality from local to big network sitcoms and movies was awesome on the Samsung. For media playback a Panasonic DP-UB820 is my 4k/blu-ray dvd & USB player. I ran the TV through the gamut of different media, 4k version of Zack Snyder’s Justice League, the 4k version of The Eternals, and for Blu-ray, I tried Peppermint and Marvel’s Endgame. The picture excellence is definitely appreciated by my eyes for quality it yields. Even DVD’s looked like they had an upgrade in picture resolution. Sound on flatscreens is moderate at best, but this model has pretty good sound for its size. I have the optical audio connected to an amp to provide sound and have paired my flybuds to the bluetooth audio out covering all my needs. The TV can connect wirelessly for internet access, firmware upgrades and streaming, but it also has a hard wire ethernet connection too. The linking of your streaming accounts and voice assistant are fairly easy, you do need to create a Samsung account prior to this, but I can say “Alexa, ask the Samsung TV to turn on” and she replies “ok” and a moment later the screen is on. It is quite easy and sure makes life more enjoyable. The 43” size screen is perfect for my room, anything bigger would have been too much. This TV is a replacement for my previous Ssmsung, both are high quality pieces of technology.
7.Hisense 50-Inch Class R6090G Roku 4K UHD Smart TV 50R6090G
Reviews: 1150 comment | From:Amazon.com – Seller | Delivery: Free delivery – Product ID: 11949309242524444346$388.99
I spent TWO MONTHS researching TVs, my primary criteria is for to fit my VESA 200×200 mount. Currently I have a 55″ Samsung mounted. I would THINK a smaller 50″ TV would fit on this mount. I do will not pay $200 to install a new mount for a $300 TV! You can’t find this KEY spec on the box, nor the Hisense site, nor Walmart’s site. They do not even list this model 50R6G4 as an existing model. I finally found the VESA mount spec listed as 200×200 on some 3rd party sites. So I bought it. I opened the package, read the installation, you guessed it. 200×300! I CAN’T INSTALL IT !! How hard is it to publish ALL the product specs?!?!? Now Walmart gets a return and I can’t find a 50″ that will mount on my wall. Horribly unprofessional of Hisense, AND Walmart! Walmart provides VERY limited specs and they don’t even provide a link to Mfer’s page for specs. Since when did online marketing get so sloppy, lazy, as to not be transparent about
8.Samsung 70″ Q60A QLED 4K UHD Smart TV 2021 – QN70Q60AAVXZA
Reviews: 8961 comment | From:Tech For Less | Delivery: Free delivery by Fri, Mar 31 – Product ID: 13383086232077329237$1070.97
The TV was bought last year, so this review is coming after approximately a year of use, give or take a month or so. The video quality of the screen appears to be very good, although occasionally it can be a little bit on the dark side. It is currently in use with a 4K Fire Stick, an ageing Blu-Ray player that still miraculously works after almost ten years in use, and a Nintendo Switch. The real issue with this TV is the audio, and I’ve seen several other people online agree with this assessment. On our previous Samsung TV, we had multiple adjustment options in the settings that made it easy to get balanced volume and fine-tune things to your preferences. These mainly included things like Clear Voice or similar, and Night Mode (which was an ear-saver for me, as I am very sensitive to volume changes). This TV has NONE of these. On all three preset options, dialogue can be inaudible to almost completely silent, while special effects are blasted out so loudly that it’s almost impossible to watch any film/movie or TV show without clutching the remote and hovering over the volume button the whole time. We have tried adjusting the equaliser settings over and over in different combinations, using Amplify, Auto Volume, Standard, Adaptive, and we have come to the conclusion that it is virtually impossible to get dialogue to be audible without everything else being far too loud. We are in the process of buying a non-Samsung soundbar or set of speakers because we no longer trust Samsung to give us effective control over our audio experience. I did contact Samsung about this, and they were unable to be of any assistance. They simply asked me to try all of the things that I had already tried already. If they would like to release firmware to add these features to the TV, I would be happy to receive them, but for now, I cannot recommend this TV to anyone who wants a good audio experience out of the box without already owning their own set of speakers.
9.Hisense – 75″ Class A6 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Google TV 75A6H
Reviews: 2068 comment | From:Conn’s HomePlus | Delivery: 368.2 mi · In stock – Product ID: 443034639109767082$599.99
The Hisense 50″ 4K UHD Smart Google TV is a game-changer for anyone who’s in the market for a new TV. With its incredible picture quality and sound, this TV delivers an immersive and truly unforgettable viewing experience. The first thing I noticed about this TV was the clarity of the picture. The 4K UHD resolution combined with HDR technology creates a stunning picture that’s sharp, vibrant, and incredibly lifelike. The colors are vivid and the contrast is perfect, making every scene look like a work of art. The sound on this TV is equally impressive. The built-in speakers deliver clear, crisp, and powerful audio that perfectly complements the stunning visuals. The audio is so good that I can’t imagine needing an external sound system. The Smart Google TV features make this TV incredibly easy to use. With access to all the major streaming services, I can watch all my favorite shows and movies with just a few clicks. And with Google Assistant, I can control my TV with my voice, making it easier than ever to find what I want to watch. In conclusion, the Hisense 50″ 4K UHD Smart Google TV is a fantastic choice for anyone looking for a TV that delivers amazing picture quality and sound. With its intuitive design, high-quality components, and outstanding value, this TV is the perfect addition to any living room. I highly recommend it!
10.TCL 65 inch Class 4-Series 4K UHD HDR Smart Roku TV – 65s451
Reviews: 193 comment | From:phonecessity.com | Delivery: Delivery by Wed, Apr 5 · Free 15-day returns – Product ID: 10070831209644154123$644.99
We’ve had 3 of these. Third one delivered today. Got it for $228 BLACK FRIDAY! First one lasted 8 years. We only turned it off if we were going to be out of town for a week. Stayed powered on for almost 8 years straight! We took a chance on TCL when they were new to the game, and we were not disappointed in the slightest. Got the exact same one to replace it and it’s going strong after a year. I truly feel that it is the exact same model as 8 years ago with no feature upgrades, which is weird, but it still has everything you need. Picture is great! Remote is my favorite thing. Instant access to Netflix, etc. TV is easy to set up. Just take out of box, attach feet, then follow a few quick prompts. This third one, we just couldn’t pass up the price as we had paid $600 for the same one 8 years ago and $450 for the 2nd one and now only $228 for this third one, which we will use in another room. You really can’t find another tv as good for the price. It’s feature packed. Familiarize yourself with all the settings and you’ll be amazed at what all it can do. If you don’t, you will still be happy with it, but you won’t be using it for all it is capable of. Home button takes you where you need to go fast. Use the standard pre-installed apps, but also look thru the App Library for endless free channels. Quirky things like Tv for your dogs, or one station that just shows live train station cams from throughout the country. We mainly use it for Cable, Netflix, Hulu, Apple TV, live tv app, The only thing that has really changed in the last eight years with this model is a slight change to the remote turbo buttons. At the bottom there are four buttons that used to show Netflix, Disney, Hulu, and vudu, And now those instant buttons I think are Netflix, vudu, HBO now, and sling. But it doesn’t really matter, because we typically just hit the home button and get what we want from there. There are many setting options as far as your picture clarity including fine-tuning the brightness and color obviously, and then also if you want a cinema view,a sports view, or a theater view and things like that. Those are all pretty standard options on all televisions though. It actually works very good for gaming, and I would definitely recommend TCL for all gaming needs but if you’re really into it you’re gonna want to get the six series TCL. Other than that it would be a total waste of money to get the six series over this four series unless you are a serious gamer. Even then, I’m not positive it would be worth the extra price of the TCL six series. We’ve never decided to splurge on TCL’s 6 series, but we have friends that have one. Needless to say we love this TV and have had no reason to buy any other brand for the last eight years. I’m pretty sure they will have another black Friday sale where you can pick up this TCL Roku 4K UHD 65” television for $228! If so, we might just buy our 4th!
The Best 10 4k TVs List
|1||Vizio – 50″ Class V-Series LED 4K UHD Smart TV V505-J09||$334.99||4.3|
|2||Hisense – 75″ Class A6 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Google TV 75A6H||$599.99||4.4|
|3||TCL 55S446 55 inch Class 4-Series LED 4K UHD Smart Google TV||$469.00||4.3|
|4||TCL – 65″ Class 6-Series Mini-LED QLED 4K UHD Smart Google TV 65r646||$799.99||4.1|
|5||Samsung 65″ Class S95B 4K OLED Smart TV||$1,799.99||4.5|
|6||TCL – 43″ Class 4-Series 4K UHD HDR Smart Roku TV – 43S455||$299.99||4.6|
|7||Insignia – 50″ Class F30 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV||$279.99||4.5|
|8||LG 86 inch Class Uq7590 Series LED 4K UHD Smart webOS 22 TV||$1,196.99||4.5|
|9||Vizio V-Series V435-J01 43″ Class HDR 4K UHD Smart LED TV||$253.21||4.5|
|10||Hisense 55″ Class R6G Series 4K UHD Roku TV||$337.99||4.4|
Editor Pick’s 10 4k TVs
- LG 50″ Class 4K UHD Smart LED TV – 50UQ7570PUJ
- Hisense – 75″ Class A6 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Google TV 75A6H
- Sceptre U550CV-UMC – 55″ LED TV – 4K UltraHD
- Samsung – UN58TU7000FXZA – 58″ LED Smart TV – 4K UHD
- Samsung 70″ Q60A QLED 4K UHD Smart TV 2021 – QN70Q60AAVXZA
- Westinghouse – Black 55″ 4K Ultra HD Smart Roku TV with HDR10
- Sony Bravia XR A80K 65″ 4K HDR Smart OLED TV
- Sony XR55A80J Bravia XR 55 inch HDR 4K UHD OLED Smart TV
- Vizio – 50″ Class V-Series LED 4K UHD Smart TV V505-J09
- Philips 43PFL5756/F7 Class 4K Ultra HD 2160p Roku Smart LED TV – 43 in
4k TVs Related Questions
Question:Which brand 4K TV is best?
Question:Is it worth it to get a 4K TV?
Answer: 4K content is becoming more widely available, but it’s still far from becoming the new norm and replacing 1080p. But as long as you have the right internet speed to use 4K technology, there’s no reason to avoid 4K TVs. That said, it’s not worth paying extra until more 4K content is available.
Question:How much should a good 4K TV cost?
Answer: The $400-500 range is a good bet for a reasonably large screen and 4K resolution, though with limited additional features and a screen size generally not larger than 55″ Expect to pay close to or above the $2000 range for 8K resolutions and screen sizes above 65″, as well as next-gen features like HDR and OLED.
Question:What is the downside of a 4K TV?
Answer: Cons of 4K Ultra HD: As a new idea and product, the first ones are pricey. Broadcasters may fear that not enough people can watch a 4K TV channel since it costs five times as much as an HD channel.
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