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Saturday, July 30, 2022

The 5 Best TVs - Summer 2022 Reviews

   The 5 Best TVs - Summer 2022 Reviews


While  searching the best TV on the market is difficult because everyone has different needs, you can easily  small down your search by looking for the best option based on how you're going to use the TV. Each TV has strengths and weaknesses, and there's no perfect TV, but even the lowest-end 4k TVs offer decent picture  grade . The higher-end models are good if you're going to use them to their full ability, like watching 4k HDR content or playing video games. Choosing the best TV on the market depends on how the content you watch and where you're going to place it.

Note: Since new TVs tend to launch at very high prices, it's unlikely that these newer models will become  sensible choices until later in the year. Because of this, some of the 2021 models remain as picks in our  advise .

We've bought and tested more than 350 TVs, and under are our picks for the best overall TVs. Also, make sure to check out our picks for the best smart TVs, the best gaming TVs, and the best budget TVs.

1) Best TV

The best TV we've tested is the LG C1 OLED. It's a high-end TV with lots of  dives and has remarkable picture quality in dark rooms. OLEDs are unique because their individual pixels turn on and off on their own, resulting in a near-infinite contrast ratio. It means that the C1 can deliver perfect blacks in dark rooms, and there's no blooming around bright objects. On top of that, because each pixel emits light in all directions, it has a wide viewing angle, making it a great choice for use in a wide seating area as the image remains  agreeing from the sides.

Its HDR peak brightness is okay and is enough to make small highlights stand out while watching HDR  pleased . If HDR is something you care about, the newer LG C2 OLED  obtains even brighter, but it costs more, and the C1 still offers amazing all-around performance. The C1's built-in LG webOS smart platform is also easy-to-use with a ton of apps you can download, making this an  outstanding choice if you want the best all-around TV.

3)Best Mid-Range TV

The Hisense U8G is the best mid-range TV we've tested.  taking into considering its performance and price, it offers great value, and you're getting premium features at a mid-range cost. It's an impressive TV with outstanding contrast and a great local dimming feature that helps it deliver a good dark room viewing experience. However, you won't get the same remarkable picture quality as the LG C1 OLED. It looks just as good in a bright room, thanks to its high peak brightness and excellent reflection handling, meaning  clarity won't be an  problems in most well-lit  weather .

It displays a  bored range of colors and has  outstanding out-of-the-box accuracy, meaning colors are accurate and lifelike no matter the content you're watching. If you watch a lot of HDR content from streaming apps and devices, it makes those colors look vivid thanks to its high HDR peak brightness. Speaking of streaming, the built-in Android TV has a massive selection of apps, and the interface is easy-to-use, so you won't have to buy an  outer streaming box.

3)Best Budget TV

The best budget TV we've tested is the Hisense U6G. It's a great all-around TV that  bring good picture quality and offers performance that rivals some more expensive options, but you won't get some of the same features. For example, it has fewer gaming features than both the Hisense U8G and LG C1 OLED, but if you don't need those features, it's a great choice that'll save you some cash. If you tend to stream a lot of content, you won't have to worry about getting an external streaming device because the built-in Android TV has a ton of apps available to download. Even if you watch content from a cable box, the picture quality is good because it upscales lower-resolution content without any issue.

It's also impressive when watching movies in dark rooms because it displays deep blacks with outstanding black uniformity. Unfortunately, if you want to enhance your movie-watching experience and connect a receiver, the U6G doesn't have eARC support to pass high-quality audio formats. If that's important to you, the Hisense U6GR is similar in performance and supports eARC. However, the U6G delivers the best picture quality for a budget TV and is easier to  search .

4)Best TV For Home Theaters

The best television for home theaters we've tested is the Sony A90J OLED. Like the LG C1 OLED, it delivers incredible picture quality, with deep and uniform blacks and no blooming around bright objects in darker scenes. Where it stands out compared is in terms of its picture processing. The Sony has much better tone mapping and better gradient handling, so there's less banding in areas of similar color, like a scene with a sunset. It also has better HDR peak brightness, so colors look vivid and pop while you're watching movies in HDR.

 5)Best TV For Bright Rooms

If you have a well-lit room, the Samsung QN90A QLED is the best bright room TV we've tested. It's an amazing TV that uses Mini LED backlighting, allowing it to get extremely bright.  marge with its fantastic reflection handling, you won't have issues using it in a bright room, even with direct sunlight on it. It's also great for watching TV shows in bright rooms because it doesn't have any  issue upscaling lower-resolution content, like from cable boxes, and it's excellent for watching sports as fast-moving balls and players look smooth with minimal blur.




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