Dad wants a big new TV with a great picture, but you want to save some money. Have it both ways with the TCL 6 series, which delivers the best image quality for the money we've ever tested, and comes in both 55- and 65-inch sizes
And if dad is still hanging onto his old TV, consider Roku's Express Plus. It offers legacy AV connections suitable for a CRT and will enable your pop to watch Netflix, Hulu and YouTube for the price of a Father's Day lunch.
If your dad has a bunch of stuff on iTunes, or he just wants something that looks and feels a lot like his iPhone, the new Apple TV is just the ticket. In addition to numerous TV apps, it also works with many of the games and other apps he might already own.
At this price, however, it might make more sense to spend a bit more for the 4K version.
Maybe dad is all set for streaming, and likes his TV, but wants to make it sound better. This Vizio is our top budget choice, delivering exceptional performance for the money. He'll love that it even includes a wireless subwoofer.
Is your dad still nursing the CRT he used to watch the Berlin Wall come down? It's time to upgrade, and TCL's least-expensive Roku TVs range from 32 to 49 inches and offer a super-simple built-in streaming interface.
What's that? Your dad doesn't own a 4K TV? Well, consider buying him one of these. The S405 is one of the least expensive 4K TVs available and comes in sizes from 43 to 65(!) inches. It also includes the regularly updated Roku TV system, so his apps won't become outdated any time soon.
Wait, you say: "My dad wants a really expensive TV and I want to get him one!" OK, fine. The C7 is actually relatively cheap for an OLED TV, and with one exception it delivers the best picture quality we've ever tested. Satisfied?