Just kidding. That's one big typo but a good one.
I have a few different strategies when I shop for HDTVs. Ready?
1. http://www.cnet.com/topics/tvs/ (you saw that one coming.)
You'll have to scroll through a few to find the 65 to 70 inch models.
3. What's on the shelves at Target. I kid you not. The last 2 flat screens were picked up there with 3 year warranties for cheap and I did check the CNET review on them. There's something to be said for buying a model that's in mass production.
Oh, and none today have great sound. For that you get a sound bar or the receiver system.
So I'm searching for a new tv and with all the models out there I don't know what to get. I'm looking for a 4K tv around 70" but no lower than 65". I watch a lot sports (football and baseball). I also watch movies and satellite tv as well with a little gaming here and there. Basically looking for the best tv that will do best with all types of viewing but main focus being on sports and other tv shows. I have a burger between $2000 and $3000 but less is better. Any ideas on what to get or look for would be great.