You're all geared up for the big game. You've got the snacks, the beer and the guest list. But what are you going to watch it on? If there's ever an excuse to buy a new state-of-the-art TV, this is it.
Want another excuse? TV prices are at their lowest levels early in the year, when retailers try to get rid of 2018 inventory to make way for 2019 models.
So which TV should you invest in? Let's take a look.
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One of our more luxurious picks, the Samsung Q9 "has the best overall picture quality of any non-OLED TV I've reviewed, with exceedingly bright highlights, inky black levels with minimal blooming and best-in-class off-angle and bright room performance."
If you value the Sony name and are willing to pay a premium for it, check out this Bravia that has, per David Katzmaier, "excellent image quality, with deep black levels, accurate color, solid video processing and very good high dynamic range performance."
With its minimalist frame and sleek design, this Sony Bravia looks as good powered down as it does when it's on. But, while it's a beautiful TV, there are better buys out there (with better streaming interfaces).
Want a step up from the TCL 4 Series? Hailed by Katzmaier as "the best TV value we've ever reviewed," the TCL 6 Series offers "deep black levels, very good brightness, rich contrast and accurate color."
It may face some stiff competition for the best midrange TV, but "Vizio's M-Series still delivers an impressive level of image quality and features for a relative bargain," according to David Katzmaier.
Vizio M-Series: Minimalist style, major picture quality
Sure, the Vizio M-Series has "excellent overall image quality, with deep black levels, plenty of brightness, rich contrast and accurate color," and it plays well with Alexa and Google Assistant. But you're likely to be happier with the TCL 6 series.
Vizio makes a great TV, and the P-Series Quantum -- thanks to its quantum dots, wide color gamut and incredible brightness -- is "hands down Vizio's best TV ever, and one of the best-performing LCD TVs I've ever tested from any brand," Katzmaier said.
You can get the 65-inch model at Dell for $1,599.99, delivered.