Best TV under $500 – CNET
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Mostcosts more than $500, because they offer an excellent image quality and large sizes, but there are some exceptions. Below you will find a TV, we recommend, the cost is $499 or less. For most of them, the picture quality is absolutely fine, and one of the TCL-6 series, is one of our favorite TV time.
Keep these points in mind, as you Most of the series about my options:
- several sizes that cost less than $500. We will list the size we like best, for the money (usually distorted to be larger).
- Search for a specific size? Check out our comparisons of 32-inch TV, , and 75-inch TV.
- The images below are as a rule a 65-inch TV, this is the size we make at CNET, but the information will apply to any size.
- can’t find what you are looking for below? Here are all of the TVs I have reviewed, with more coming soon.
No TV-I’ve even tested this a lot of image quality for the little bit of money. The latest version of the TCL-6-series has even better image quality than its predecessor, thanks to improved color technology, and its well implemented full-array local dimming helps districts run pretty much all the other TV at this price. As if that’s not enough, the Roku smart-TV-OS-offers all the top streaming services-is to get our hands seam down favorite for a seamless viewing experience.
Read the TCL-55R625 (2019 Roku TV) review.
Roku is our favorite platform for streaming applications, and apps like Netflix, and it’s even better when it is baked in to the TV. This TCL-4 series, the model can beat up on the picture quality-the 4K resolution and high dynamic range (HDR) – compatibility’t have to do anything to help the image or the color-but it provides a good indicator for most people, especially at this price.
Other sizes under $500: 55 inch, 50 inch, 43 inch, 40-inch.
Read review of the TCL-65S425.
Vizio V-series has two things that make it a natural, if you want to stream from the phone to the TV, Google Chromecast and Apple AirPlay. It actually comes in a number of sizes for under $500, but we list one of the smallest, the 43-inch model, because here’s one of the few TVs this small, with our favorite image-reinforcing extra for the Displays to full-array local dimming. This feature is not available in each size, but look at the overview for more details.
Other sizes under $500: 65-inch, 60-inch, 55-inch, 50-inch, 40-inch.
Read submit our Vizio V436-G1.
The Toshiba-the features of the Amazon Fire TV system built-in, so that it is a direct competitor to TCL Roku system. In General, we want to missing Roku better than the Fire TV, thanks to the outstanding menu and the search, but the Toshiba has a cool extra is the TCL: built-in Alexa, you speak into the remote control.
Other sizes under $500: 65-inch, 55 inch, 50 inch, 40 inch, 32 inch.
Read submit our Toshiba 49LF421U19.
Smart TV is king in the small sizes. At this price, buying a separate streamer for Roku is a significant investment-and juggling, the streamer remote control is tedious-so if you need to get need a TV of this size to meet the requirements of your readers, that is our choose for you the best 32-inch TV.
Other sizes under $500: 43-inch, 40-inch.
Read review CNET TCL 32S325 Roku TV.
Other things to know about buying a new TV
Even at $500, a new set is a great investment, so maybe you are looking for a bit more information. Here’s a quick-and-dirty list.
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Released on Sat, 02 may 2020 02:49:00 +0000