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No TV we've ever tested offers this much picture quality for this little cash, and its Roku TV operating system is our hands-down favorite. The TCL 6 series wins the TV value race.
No 70-inch TV offers this much picture for this little cash. Vizio's affordable M is high-performance and well-equipped. If you want an even bigger, better Vizio, however, you'll have to pay a bit more for the 75-inch P-Series below.
With searing light output and superb local dimming performance, the Samsung Q8F delivers awesome image quality in light and dark rooms alike, as well as potent HDR. The down side is its very high price compared to those Vizios.
The Vizio P-Series isn't worth the extra money over the TCL 6 series and Vizio's own M-Series at the 55- and 65-inch size. But if you want a wall-busting 75-inch set with an excellent image, it's our favorite of the year.
Cheaper than the Samsung and almost as good, it's still too expensive to recommend over the Vizios overall. But it's the only TV on this list to come in both a 75-inch and a super-jumbo 85-inch size.
If you have a really big TV budget and don't want an OLED for some reason, the Q9 is the next-best thing. It justifies its sky-high price with scads of features and innovative design, and its image quality is the best of any LCD we've tested.
All of the TVs listed above this one have better picture quality...and they all cost more too. But when it comes to genuinely cheap televisions, nothing outperforms the Vizio E. Just be sure to get the E75-F1, not the E75-F2.