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65-75 inch 4k TV.... for a open bright living room?!

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Ive been trying to find a large 4k tv which will be places in my open living room, trying to keep within the 1k-1500. I have an old 8 year old tv and im about to break it. We sit pretty far away from the tv, probably over 10 ft.. I dont really need a smart tv bc i tend to use Roku Ulras. I dug myself a big hole of research and i cant left from right any more.

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Samsung Q80t/Q90t would be your best bet.
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High end LG's are very good. I have to look up model numbers though.
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TCL, Hisense,etc. all are chinese garbage. Samsung, LG claiming to be quality but in reality they're trash. I'd say stick with japanese, like Sony, Sharp, Toshiba. Honda/Toyota vs Hyundai/Kia. To me, it's quite obvious!
Sony, a Japanese company is indeed one of the best TV manufacturers consistently each year/decade. However, the other "Japanese" brands you mentioned are not made in Japan anymore. Both Sharp and Toshiba are brands licensed to Chinese/Taiwanese TV manufacturers. Go read this https://www.consumerreports.org/t...they-seem/

Terming all brands from a country collectively garbage, shows your ignorance instead of understanding of technology curves and how far these Asian countries have come in challenging the technological dominance of US/Europe/Japan
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if you have a Costco membership, Sony's 65 inch x90ch just went on sale for 969 ten minutes ago. its the one I've been wanting. here is review. Also this is a great site for research- https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/sony/x900h
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if you have a Costco membership, Sony's 65 inch x90ch just went on sale for 969 ten minutes ago. its the one I've been wanting. here is review. Also this is a great site for research- https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/sony/x900h
oh, it also has hdmi 2.1 which was a huge selling point for me at that price. gl!
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Best 65" TVs currently for the price LG CX (OLED) $1800; Sony x90CH/900h $970; HiSense H9G $950; TCL 65S635 $900

If you have a bright room the Samsung Q80T is a good choice but will cost a bit more than the non-Oleds at around $1300ish.
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Ive been trying to find a large 4k tv which will be places in my open living room, trying to keep within the 1k-1500. I have an old 8 year old tv and im about to break it. We sit pretty far away from the tv, probably over 10 ft.. I dont really need a smart tv bc i tend to use Roku Ulras. I dug myself a big hole of research and i cant left from right any more.
Get the 75" LG Nano 91 at Costco for $1449 right now including a 5 year extended warranty. The panel of the TV is made for bright rooms and wide viewing angles.

On the contrary, despite having great contrast.....the Sony x90CH/900h does not have great viewing angles and is not the better tv in a bright room. In a darker room its awesome. It has a different panel which has different benefits.
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Buy some black out curtains
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Buy some black out curtains
lol thats more expensive than a bright tv... I have 10 big windows in my livingroom alone on an open floor plan. Unless i get black outs for the whole floor im not getting anything dark. I already thought out that route! lol
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lol thats more expensive than a bright tv... I have 10 big windows in my livingroom alone on an open floor plan. Unless i get black outs for the whole floor im not getting anything dark. I already thought out that route! lol
You dont have white blinds? you have direct sunlight coming in?
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I'm in the same dilemma. I wanted to keep under $1,800 but wanted a 75 inch. I think OLED is out of the question.

That said, what will I be trading for a larger Samsung Q80t vs a smaller LG CX or Samsung OLED equivalents? Also, the SONYs seem nice and do not appear that much different in quality from a Samsung. It may be preference.

I've gone to www.rtings.com for reviews and trying to hone in but it takes time.
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