Best TV’s To Buy In 2023

After a long, challenging and exhausting day, all most people want to do is kick their shoes off and relax in front of their TV for a while. After all, owning a TV and setting it up in the living room is an integral part of any home nowadays.

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Because a TV holds such significance in our list of favorite ways to unwind, it only makes sense to buy and install the very best one you can afford. However, there are a few points you should keep in mind before making a purchase. For instance, not every flatscreen TV will fit into the measurements of your living room or bedroom, or they may lack certain features that you really want or need. Alternatively, the TV you have your eyes set on may be out of your budget range, or it just doesn’t quite make the cut regarding audio, visuals, gaming, etc.

Whichever the case, the TV you choose should not be too large or too small for the desired space, and it should be as user friendly as possible. Beyond that, it’s really all a matter of personal taste and preference. But with all points considered, which ones really stand out from the rest this year?

Look no further. We’ve got several TVs that you won’t want to miss. Listed below are some of the best TVs to buy in 2023, with prices corresponding to the most popular size of 65 inches.


TCL - 6-Series Roku TV

For five years in a row, the TCL 6-Series has been the favorite TV of many customers for its price range, and the newest version is no exception.

This TV has Google TV and has an excellent image, thanks to its mini-LED tech and well-implemented full-array local dimming that helps it beat just about any other TV at this price range. It surpasses the previous R635 series, with improved gaming extras and a new center-mount stand that you can elevate to make room for a soundbar.

Best Buy’s Price: $1,000

LG - Oled C2 Evo

LG is a biggie in the business, and it’s very hard to find a brand that can top them. The LG C2 Evo does not disappoint, representing the pinnacle of picture quality. While the price is admittedly on the pricey side, any LG product is definitely worth the extra investment, as they consistently release models that excel in unbeatable features, durability and quality. It knocks out any non-OLED TV on this list or any other list, with its perfect black levels, unbeatable contrast and superb off-angle viewing.

Plus, it also boasts incredible gaming features, making it the perfect companion to an Xbox Series X or S, PlayStation 5 or both. Apart from the most desired size of 65 inches, the C2 comes in a variety of sizes as well, although the bigger models are rather expensive. Other improvements from last year’s C1 include: a carbon-fiber construction that makes the C2 47% lighter, weighing in at just 37 pounds with its stand, as well as some additional tweaks to game mode and a new “always ready” feature.

Target’s Price: $1,700

Hisense - U8H vs TCL 6

Among the various mid-priced models, the TCL 6-Series is well liked and slightly better than other models in it’s price range, according to many happy customers. Its superior image quality is anchored by best-in-class brightness that improves its bright-room picture quality, and makes HDR TV movies, shows and games really pop.

In fact, the Hisense is actually brighter than the previously mentioned TCL with better contrast, but the TCL’s slightly more accurate image gave it the added edge to boost itself above the U8H. Also, the Hisense uses Google TV instead of Roku, and the U8H specifically includes an ATSC 3.0 tuner. But all in all, you really can’t go wrong with either one.

Walmart’s Price: $998

Vizio - MQX

The Vizio MQX is one of the most affordable TVs currently available on the market to feature full-array local dimming, which enables it to deliver TV shows, movies and games with sufficient contrast and pop to do HDR justice. The MQX has fewer dimming zones than more expensive TVs like the TCL 6-Series and Hisense U8H, but it offers 16 zones on the 50-inch, 30 on the 65-inch and 42 on the 75-inch, which is more than enough for excellent overall picture quality, with bright highlights, dark black levels, punchy contrast and accurate color.

The MQX has a true 120Hz refresh rate, which allows compatibility with 4K/120Hz signals from game consoles like the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. Vizio also supports both major HDR formats, HDR10 and Dolby Vision, in the M-Series. If you can’t afford the TCL or the Hisense, but don’t want to compromise on features and quality, the Vizio MQX would make a fantastic choice.

Best Buy’s Price: $850

Samsung - Q60B

When it comes to TV’s, Samsung sells more than any other brand name, and one of its most popular series is the Q60. Its sleek QLED screen design stands out compared with the other TVs on this list or any other list, although the ultrathin OLED models are somewhat sleeker still. The Q60 also offers better features, image quality and more size options than other brands and models.

While all the TV’s listed beforehand all possess superior values, Samsung’s Q60B is a worthy contender, especially if you’re on the lookout for a high quality TV from a big name brand that’s under $1000.

Best Buy’s Price: $900

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