Best TV for the Money 2020

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TVs have complicated names, feature sets and price tags that seem to shoot up with time. This makes searching for TV very tough, especially if it’s been a while you haven’t purchased a big screen. It can lead you to acquiring the cheapest product, even if it has the worst specifications. We don’t want that to happen and that is the reason behind our review.

The best set of TV surpasses all others in terms of performance, quality, resolution, durability, and so on. Albeit, they are very expensive as compared to other competitors. We’ve listed the 10 best TV for the money for 2020 with some budget models from different brands that offer great performance. Below is our list.

  1. Samsung Q90R QLED TV

This is the TV to beat. It features high image quality, excellent and improved smart platform and Samsung SmartThings. The new model is able to deliver images with natural colors, bright highlights well-defined shadows, and deep blacks. Even more, the model has a superior viewing angle as compared to other models, and the local dimming deep blacks without losing it’s shadows details. However, this model does not support Dolby vision, but it definitely takes QLED TV to another level.

Price:$2597.99

Pros

  • Superb picture quality
  • Incredible HDR performance
  • Wider viewing angles
  • Comprehensive smart platform

Cons

  • Missing some key components even though it’s smart and beautiful.
  • No Dolby Vision
  1. LG C9 OLED Series

This is an exceptional 4K OLED TV. It’s major advancement from it’s predecessor is the inclusion of the 2nd generation Alpha processor. This uses AI enhancements, to deliver steller SDR and HDR images. Even more, it helps the upscaling and processing second to none, showing incredible level of details and image fidelity. However, it relatively lacks brightness as compared to LCD TVs. But its HDR looks stunning, and it supports Dolby vision.

Price:$1496.99

Pros

  • Superb picture quality
  • Comprehensive features
  • Highly effective smart platform

Cons

  • Limited peak brightness for HDR
  • No HDR10+ support
  1. Vizio P-Series Quantum X

Even though the Vizio P-Series Quantum X doesn’t have a great SmartCast interface, and it’s speakers are poor, this model is packed with awesome features and of great image quality. It comes with AirPlay 2 and HomeKit support and has a quantum dot tech in a smart TV. Even more, this model suitable for individuals who desire a smart TV but are on a low budget.

Price:$1560.51

Pros

  • Full array backlight
  • Quantum dot technology
  • 3,000-nit peak brightness

Cons

  • Lackluster sound
  • SmartCast interface
  1. Samsung Q900R QLED TV

This is the world’s first true 8K TV, that users us into a new era of TV picture quality. The 8K pictures make the real world looks even better and makes today’s low resolution looks better than they look elsewhere. However, we are not certain that 8K delivers the same impact on smaller screens, but if you have a big room with a big budget, the 85Q900R is recommended for you.

Price:$5788.26

Pros

  • 8K pictures look immense
  • Incredible brightness and color
  • Groundbreaking upscaling

Cons

  • 85-inch screen limits market
  • Expensive
  1. Sony A9G Master Series OLED

This is a new flagship for Sony’s TV. It comes with a host of cutting-edge features like Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos support, IMAX Enhanced certification, and plus Netflix Calibrated Mode. Also, it has a premium looking screen and has specs on the right side. The vibrating and sound system is entertaining and it’s picture quality is top-notch. However, it lacks support for HDRT10+, but it does a fabulous job of up-scaling.

Price:$2498

Pros

  • Luscious 4K HDR images
  • Best-in-class HD upscaling
  • Acoustic Surface+ audio

Cons

  • Android TV is clunky
  • No support for HDR10+
  1. LG B9 OLED Series

The B9 affords you with a cheaper way into a world of OLED TVs, involving sharp contrast and vivid colors. However, you won’t the great experience of the C9 and E9. But it is a solid purchase and gives you good quality images and pictures. Even more, it is very affordable which makes it even more interesting.

Price:$1296.99

Pros

  • LG’s cheapest 2019 OLED
  • Rich colors and sharp detail
  • webOS smart platform

Cons

  • Not the latest processing
  • Some noise in dark scenes
  • No HDR10+
  1. Samsung Q70R QLED TV

Not everyone can afford the Samsung Q90R QLED TV, and that’s why the Q70R QLED TV was manufactured, for those who still want to experience QLED picture quality. This model has all the same comprehensive extensive connections, smart platform, and cutting-edge features that the Q90R QLED TV offers. However, it’s not the flashiest-looking TV that Samsung has manufactured, but it’s relatively affordable and worth checking out.

Price:$997.99

Pros

  • Extremely bright HDR pictures
  • Exceptional contrast
  • Good smart TV system

Cons

  • Limited viewing angle
  • Some mild backlight blooming
  • No Dolby Vision
  1. TCL 6-Series QLED (R625)

Only few TVs have been able to change the home entertainment space like this model has. It has made high-end features like the full-array panels, Dolby version support, and the Wide Color Gamut. Even more, it comes with the Quantum dot tech filter that makes features. This feature makes colors more contrast and vibrant even more extreme, and the new AIPQ up-scaling engine helps in the conversion of HD videos to 4K resolution. However, it has limited motion settings.

Price:$599.99

Pros

  • The best TV you can get at this price range.
  • Bright, colorful HDR
  • Supports Dolby Vision

Cons

  • Loss of darker details
  • Limited motion settings
  1. Hisense H9F (55H9F, 65H9F)

This Hisense model comes with up to 132 local dimming zones, an Android TV built right into it, and a modern design at a very affordable price. In its price range, this model is definitely the best when it comes to raw image quality. It offers beautifully deep-black levels and crisp colors, as well as steller quality images. However, it’s audio output is relatively low.

Price:$682.90

Pros

  • Incredible image quality
  • Google Assistant built-in

Cons

  • Lackluster audio
  • Android TV is slow
  1. Sony Bravia X950G Series

This is an affordable 4K image quality television that is equipped with a powerful SDR to HDR remastering, and a smooth direct LED backlight. Also, it guarantees you very natural pictures, with subdued colors and great black levels that are perfect for SDR/HD contents. Even more, it comes live color in the picture settings that enable you to enjoy more pop in your pictures. However, it’s sound quality is poor, but it’s worth the price.

Price:$998

Pros

  • X1 Ultimate Processor
  • Netflix Calibrated Mode
  • Motion handling, 4K upscaling

Cons

  • Poor sound quality
  • Mediocre 4K/HDR black levels

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