Top 10 Good Value TVs 2023

In case you want a new television set, you now have more options now than ever, including HD, 4K, and smart TV sets. No matter the amount of money you have budgeted for or the size of screen you want, here’s what to look for when shopping, along with the best TVs we’ve tested.

1. Hisense 65H9F

These series is one of the best value TV lines we’ve seen, with strong contrast and extraordinary color range and accuracy. As a producer primarily of budget-friendly TVs, Hisense has consistently impressed us with the value of its products. Specifications Include:-

• Display: 64.5 in, VA, Direct LED (Full-Array Local Dimming), 3840 x 2160 pixels.
• Viewing angles (H/V): 178 ° / 178 °
• Brightness: 500 cd/m²
• Static contrast: 6000 : 1.
• Refresh rate: 120 Hz.
• Frame interpolation: 480 MR (Motion Rate)
• TV tuner: Analog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM), ATSC, Clear QAM.
• Dimensions: 1450.34 x 838.2 x 73.7 mm.


• Fantastic color.
• It has an excellent contrast.
• Inexpensive for its performance
• It also runs Android TV software.


• Contrast processing can occasionally be overly aggressive.
• It has dull remote.

2. LG Signature OLED88Z9PUA

This is one of the biggest OLED TV we’ve tested, and the first available in 8K resolution. It offers superlative contrast thanks to its OLED panel, and some of the best color performance we’ve seen, all on a striking aluminum stand that’s just begging to be the centerpiece of a home theater system. Other specifications include:

• Display: 88 in, OLED, 7680 x 4320 pixels.
• Viewing angles (H/V): 178 ° / 178 °
• Refresh rate: 120 Hz.
• TV tuner: Analog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM), Clear QAM, ATSC.
• Cores: 4.
• RAM: 3 GB.
• Storage: 8 GB.


• Fantastic picture.
• Elegant design.
• Very good 4K upconversion with AI Picture.


• Incredibly expensive.
• No consumer 8K content to watch on it.

3. Samsung 65-Inch Class Q90R

This joins remarkable contrast with excellent color performance out of the box for one of the best pictures you’ll find on an LCD TV. Other specifications Include:-

• 65-inch QN65Q90RAFXZA
• Cores: 4.


• Very bright panel with excellent black levels.
• Wide, accurate color.


• No Dolby Vision.
• It lacks analog video inputs.


This series of OLED TVs offer fantastic contrast with perfect black levels and vivid colors, in a remarkably thin and attractive design. The technology enables the panels to be incredibly thin while producing perfect black levels and a wide range of color. Other specifications include:-

• Display: 64.5 in, OLED, 3840 x 2160 pixels.
• Viewing angles (H/V): 178 ° / 178 °
• Refresh rate: 120 Hz.
• TV tuner: Analog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM), Clear QAM, ATSC.
• Cores: 4.
• RAM: 3 GB.
• Storage: 8 GB.
• Dimensions: 1447.8 x 830.6 x 45.7 mm.


• Perfect black levels and excellent contrast.
• Wide color reach.
• Powerful smart TV platform with Google Assistant.


• It is expensive.
• Colors are slightly cool out of the box.
• Limited selection of streaming services.

5. Hisense 65H8F

Hisense have been developing affordable models that consistently outperform the budget TVs offered by bigger brands. Specifications Include:-

• Viewing angles (H/V): 178 ° / 178 °
• Refresh rate: 120 Hz.
• Frame interpolation: 240 MR (Motion Rate)
• TV tuner: Analog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM), ATSC, Clear QAM.
• Cores: 4.
• Dimensions: 1445.3 x 833 x 76.2 mm.
• Weight: 19.5 kg.


• Very bright panel.
• Excellent contrast and color.
• Android TV offers lots of features.
• It has a stylish design.


• The light can hurt

6. Philips 55PUS6753

It’s not surprising that the price of this printer comes with one or two strings attached. You get Philips’ Pixel Precise Ultra HD video-processing system rather than the brand’s more powerful P5 system. Unlike expensive Philips TVs, the 55PUS6753 doesn’t carry Android TV. Other specifications include:-

• 55-inch LCD TV with direct LED lighting
• Native 4K resolution
• HLG and HDR10 HDR support
• Pixel Precise Ultra HD video processing system
• SAPHI smart TV system


• Crisp, clean 4K pictures
• Good black levels for its price
• Great value


• It’s not very bright
• Rather tortuous set up menus
• Bass-light sound

7. Hisense A6200


The A6300 sports an old school look in terms of design but, while it lacks frills, it’s more than adequate for the price. Other specifications Include:-

• Screen Sizes: 43″, 50″, 55″, 65″
• Tuner: Freeview Play, satellite HD.
• Display: 4K, HDR.
• Panel technology: LCD with direct LED backlight.
• Smart TV: VIDAA U.
• Curved: No.
• Dimensions: 1127(w) x 661(h) x 73(d)mm.


• The SDR quality is great
• Smart TV is simple but works
• Solid set of features
• Exceptional value


• The HDR very limited


This is armed with the Alpha 9 processor, allowing for a brighter picture plus better sharpness, noise reduction and colour management. Black levels are perfect and there’s more detail to be found in the shadows, too. The brightness levels are high enough to make for a properly dynamic picture. Other specifications Include:-

• Display: 54.6 in, OLED, 3840 x 2160 pixels.
• Viewing angles (H/V): 178 ° / 178 °
• Brightness: 300 cd/m²
• Refresh rate: 120 Hz.
• RAM: 3 GB.
• Storage: 8 GB


• It is sharp and have a colourful picture
• It has an excellent upscaling
• WebOS still rocks


• Motion could be better
• Better suited to darker rooms

9. Panasonic TX-50GX800B

This supports both Dolby Vision and HDR10+ which means you’ll be able to get the best possible picture quality from your 4K library. Picture performance is impressive, with crisp detail, lush colours and a cinematic look. Sound quality is respectable, though Dolby Atmos compatibility is welcome if you have the means to take advantage of it with a compatible soundbar. Other Specifications include:-

• HDR with HDR10+ and Dolby Vision
• 4K Ultra High Definition
• Wide Colour Spectrum
• Local Dimming
• Dolby Atmos Sound


• Cinematic picture performance
• It has a classic good looks


• Limited black level performance
• Brightest HDR performance requires Dynamic image preset

10. Samsung QE49Q60R

The Q60R (QE49Q60R) is Samsung’s 2023 entry-level QLED, but unlike the models above it, the Q60R substitutes a full array backlight screen for an edge-lit panel. Otherwise, it ferries over several features seen in the upper tier QLEDs, retaining the 4K Quantum Processor, 100% colour volume and AI upscaling skills other specifications include

• Quantum Processor 4K
• 100% Colour Volume
• Game Enhancer
• HDR10+


• Expressive colours
• Robust build quality
• Super-fast Game mode


• Limited HDR performance
• No Dolby Vision

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