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Best picture quality so far
The C7 is the best-performing TV we've ever tested, beating the 2016 version by a hair, in particular with high dynamic range content. It's also tied with the Sony A1E and the LG E7, despite costing a lot less than either one.
Tied for best picture, but costs more
Just because it's a Sony OLED doesn't mean it has a better picture than the LG OLEDs. The A1E has basically the same image quality as the LG C7 above, even though the LG costs a lot less.
Also tied for best yet, also more money
Unless you have even more money to burn than the typical OLED TV shopper, you should choose the less expensive version of this TV: the cheaper C7 above. It, the E7 and the Sony A1E all have the same image quality, but the C7 costs less.
Best mid-priced, non-OLED picture
At sizes ranging from 50 up to 75 inches, the M series offers a lot more variety than the TCL below, which only comes in a 55-inch. And since a bigger picture is always better, it gets top honors among non-OLEDs we've reviwed.
Best 55-inch non-OLED TV (tie)
With truly excellent image quality at an affordable price, this TCL is tied with the Vizio M series above for pure image quality among non-OLED TVs. For the price, you can't go wrong with either one.
Best midpriced HDR image
Those Vizio and TCL TVs above deliver better black levels and contrast, but this Sony LCD is almost as good, and in some ways -- particularly with its rendition of high dynamic range movies and TV shows -- it's better. All three scored the same "8" i...