The Best 75-Inch TVs

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We don’t blame anyone for wanting the largest television screen around; if you’ve ever watched your favourite shows or played your video games on a 75” screen, you’ll know how special it feels to be that immersed in your content. The current offerings on the market right now have some pretty advanced tech and features, too, so you’ll enjoy your content so much more if you’re upgrading from an older or smaller television. We’ve curated this list of some of our favourite 75” TVs you can find on the market right now to help make your search for the best television easier.

Just in case you’re not sure what the types of TVs are and how they display pictures differently — and you’d rather know what you’re getting into since these large televisions cost upwards of a thousand dollars — we’ve put together a guide at the end of the article to guide you through some of the key terms and features. We’ll also outline some of the special features you should keep in mind while you shop, like the television’s refresh rate and ways of connecting to your other technology, so you can be sure you’re purchasing the right 75-inch TV. Let’s get started!

1. Editor’s Pick: Samsung 75" Q60T 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart QLED TV (QN75Q60TAFXZC)

1. Editor’s Pick: Samsung 75" Q60T 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart QLED TV (QN75Q60TAFXZC)
  • Gorgeous display, with thin unobtrusive bezels around the screen
  • Great quality for the price
  • Good contrast, and has deep blacks
  • Multi View mode that splits your tv content and mobile content on the screen
  • Ambient mode that can mimic your wall pattern behind it
  • Some buyers had issues connecting audio devices through Bluetooth

Key Specs

Connectivity Technology: Bluetooth, HDMI x 3 (eARC included), USB x 2, Ethernet (LAN), Digital Audio Out x 1 (Optical), RF In x 1 (Cable input), Wi-Fi (802.11ac)
Display Technology: QLED
Resolution: 4k (3840 x 2160 pixels)
Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
Product Dimensions: 35.23 x 167.54 x 104.94 cm

Based on its excellent picture quality and wide variety of useful features — not to mention it’s a great value for this price point — we think that the Samsung 75" Q60T 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart QLED TV is the best option you could buy right now. You’ll love that this television can display up to a billion shades of colour, and it has great contrast and deep black colours. It comes built with three different voice assistants, and it can natively connect to many streaming services like Apple Music, Netflix, and YouTube.

If you’re a gamer, this television comes with a game enhancer mode, that gives reduces lag, so your gaming experience will be smoother and more responsive.

2. Runner Up: Sony X800H 75-inch 4K HDR LED Android Smart TV

2. Runner Up: Sony X800H 75-inch 4K HDR LED Android Smart TV
  • Wonderful picture quality for the price
  • Easy to set up and use
  • Connects to Google Assistant for voice control
  • Motionflow XR technology that improves motion on screen
  • Access to many content streaming services
  • Can be difficult to connect the television to Wi-Fi

Key Specs

Connectivity Technology: Wireless, Bluetooth, USB, Ethernet, HDMI
Display Technology: LED
Resolution: 4k (3840 x 2160 pixels)
Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
Product Dimensions: 168.61 x 41.61 x 104.14 cm

The Sony X800H 75-inch 4K HDR LED Android Smart TV is another wonderful large television you should consider purchasing, because of its wonderful picture quality and ease of use.

It’s more affordable than our top choice, but you’ll still love the picture quality on this television — it can display advanced colours and gradation with a Triluminos display, and it has Motionflow technology that improves the motion and reduces blur in your shows and video games. There are also various bundle options available if you’re looking to purchase audio systems to go along with your new television.

3. Best Budget Pick (LED): SANSUI ES75E1A UHD HDR Android 75" TV

3. Best Budget Pick (LED): SANSUI ES75E1A UHD HDR Android 75" TV
  • Super slim LED display
  • 8.3 million individually lit pixels
  • Voice controlled remote
  • Some users had to get a power bar to add more bass to the sound

Key Specs

Connectivity Technology: Bluetooth, 3x HDMI, 2x USB, 1x AV IN, 1x Earphone, 1x RJ45, 1x optical, and 1x ATV & DTV
Display Technology: LED
Resolution: 4k (3840 x 2160 pixels)
Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
Product Dimensions: 185.42 x 111.76 x 22.86 cm

The Sansui 75" ES75E1A 4K Ultra UHD HDR Smart TV is a similar model to our top pick, offering many of the same features and appearances, it’s just not as stellar in displaying colour in HDR content. However, its lower price makes it quite an appealing choice.

It has a nice sleek design that will enhance your home theatre space and since the screen has a large 178-degree visual angle, you and your family can sit anywhere and still enjoy real-life images that are not skewed. Like our top pick, the TV can also connect to various streaming services and voice assistants such as Google Play/Assistant, Netflix, YouTube, VUDU, Facebook, Twitter, Screencast built-in, and Live TV, plus you can cast the content of your phone to the TV via screen mirroring.

SANSUI’s 75” TV has a lot of built-in connectivity, too, with 3x HDMI, 2x USB, 1x AV IN, 1x Earphone, 1x RJ45, 1x optical, and 1x ATV & DTV for a fluid and enjoyable immersive experience.

4. Best Budget Pick (QLED): TCL 75" 5-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 75S535-CA

4. Best Budget Pick (QLED): TCL 75" 5-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV - 75S535-CA
  • Great picture quality for the price
  • Displays vivid colours with good contrast
  • Controlled easily with your voice
  • Integrated cable management
  • Great for gaming
  • Can be difficult to connect to surround sound audio systems

Key Specs

Connectivity Technology: Wireless, Ethernet, HDMI
Display Technology: QLED
Resolution: 4k (3840 x 2160 pixels)
Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
Product Dimensions: 166.88 x 41.15 x 102.62 cm

If you want a new QLED TV without the heftiest price tag around, consider the TCL 75" 5-Series 4K UHD Dolby Vision HDR QLED Roku Smart TV; it’s a great entertainment station, and will give you excellent picture quality.

You’ll get great colours and contrast with this television, and with so many streaming options available it’s easy to access all your entertainment. With its Auto Game Mode, this model automatically knows when a game console is connected, and then works to make actions appear smoother and reduce latency so that you’ll be able to react more quickly in your game.

5. Best Splurge Buy (LED): LG 75UN7370 75" 4K UHD Smart LED TV

5. Best Splurge Buy (LED): LG 75UN7370 75" 4K UHD Smart LED TV
  • Good picture quality for this price point
  • Great colours and contrast
  • Easy to use voice controlled remote
  • Low input lag, which is ideal for gaming
  • Can’t connect to some streaming services easily, like Crave
  • Hard to use with Google Home

Key Specs

Connectivity Technology: Wireless, Bluetooth, USB, Ethernet, HDMI
Display Technology: LED
Resolution: 4k (3840 x 2160 pixels)
Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
Product Dimensions: 169.42 x 8.89 x 97.79 cm

Don’t count out the LG 75UN7370 75" 4K UHD Smart LED TV; it comes from a reputable brand, is more affordably priced than most other televisions this large, and it comes with a variety of features that’ll ensure you get the most out of your content.

This television comes built with a strong processor, that reduces noise and brings dynamic colour to your favourite shows and games. It also supports major HDR formats including HDR 10 and HLG Pro, so you can enjoy your content in high definition. If you’re a gamer, this television has low input lag, which means you can react and respond quickly within the game.

6. Best Splurge Buy (QLED): Hisense 75U78G- 75" Smart 4K QLED 120 Hz Dolby Vision HDR10+ Android TV

6. Best Splurge Buy (QLED): Hisense 75U78G- 75" Smart 4K QLED 120 Hz Dolby Vision HDR10+ Android TV
  • Quantum dot technology
  • Variable refresh rate
  • Full array local dimming
  • Expensive

Key Specs

Connectivity Technology: Bluetooth, USB, HDMI
Display Technology: QLED
Resolution: 4k (3840 x 2160 pixels)
Refresh Rate: 120 Hz
Product Dimensions: 186.69 x 114.3 x 20.07 cm

So far, the choices on our list have included 75-inch TVs that are within the reach of most TV viewers who are looking for a 75-inch TV and understand that even the budget-priced models will cost over $1,000. However, if you are really in the market for a 75-inch TV that has all the feels, this QLED Smart 4K TV is packed with the features you’ve been looking for.

With its Quantum dot technology and wide colour gamut, this TV brings it all to life with over a billion colour combinations expressed in brilliant harmony. Loaded with a multitude of the latest high tech, from a 120Hz native panel with motion estimation and motion compensation (MEMC), to Dolby Vision and HDR10+ picture and Dolby Atmos sound plus IMAX Enhanced, you will easily turn your home theatre into a true cinematic experience.

And if you have any gamers in your house, they are in for a real treat. The AMD FreeSync technology dynamically refreshes the screen in sync with the current game’s frame rate for a fluid, tear-free gameplay experience at peak performance. FreeSync also supports low framerate compensation (LFC).

7. Honourable Mention: Caixun EC75E1A, 75-inch 4K UHD HDR Smart TV

7. Honourable Mention: Caixun EC75E1A, 75-inch 4K UHD HDR Smart TV
  • 4K UHD
  • Well-priced
  • Wide viewing angle
  • Sound could be better

Key Specs

Connectivity Technology: Wireless, HDMI 2.0, USB, Ethernet, Optical, Bluetooth
Display Technology: LED
Resolution: 4k (3840 x 2160 pixels)
Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
Product Dimensions: 167.64 x 97.28 x 7.11 cm

Caixun offers another relatively affordable UHD, HDR 75-inch TV option that is equipped with the kind of features that are appealing if you are thinking of upgrading from a smaller sized HD TV to a more exciting home theatre experience.

With its 4K ultra-HD picture quality, the 3840×2160p display resolution clearly shows every detail and with the 178-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angle, you can sit pretty much anywhere in the room without experiencing picture distortion.

You’ll get all the usual streaming options – use the quick access buttons to access Netflix, and YouTube — plus Prime Video, Live TV, Google play, and Chromecast. You can also use Google Assistant on your remote to quickly search through more than 500,000 movies and shows as well as control other smart home devices. Or download your favourite apps like Hulu, Disney+ and HBO.

This 75-inch TV has a super slim LED display that will look great in your bedroom, living room or family rec room.

Which Display Technology is the Best?

There are so many kinds of televisions out there, and a few different display technologies that can dictate how the television works and influence how you see your favourite shows and games. Here’s an outline of some of the different display technologies you’ll find, and we’ll go over some of the positives and negatives of each option so you can decide which one sounds right for you.

LCD

These are one of the most common types of screens you’ll find, and they’re used by a huge variety of devices like computer and smartphones. LCD stands for liquid crystal display, and it works by using liquid crystals that are fluid, but they have a crystal structure where the molecules are oriented the same direction. When these crystals have an electric field applied to them between two electrodes and polarizing filters, the crystals can reorient themselves based on how much electricity is applied, which allows a specific amount of light through and shows the image on the screen. LCD screens are so common because of their affordability, but they don’t have the best picture quality around.

LED

Most televisions this size won’t use LCD, but instead LED is quite common, which has a similar process — it’s just backlit with light emitting diodes (LEDs) instead of the fluorescent lights that you’ll find in an LCD screen. LED screens can be much thinner than LCDs, have good picture quality, and they’re usually more affordable than the more advanced options.

QLED

This is one of the newer forms of display technology, and it has little quantum dots embedded into the LCD display. This means that the colour and brightness will be much better than LCD or LED screens, so you’ll probably enjoy the image quality much more. If you’re looking for top of the line picture quality and are considering LED or QLED, go with the QLED, even though it can be a little pricier.

OLED

Another newer display technology (that’s also one of the most expensive!), OLED TVs are more energy efficient because the light in each pixel can be individually controlled, so that less energy is consumed, and black areas of the image can stay truly black. You’ll get the some of the best colours and image contrast around, but these televisions are expensive and susceptible to burn in.

Features To Look For

Connectivity Technology

We live in an era where most of our technology can benefit from connecting with each other; these top-of-the-line televisions come with a lot of connective options, but make sure that your new TV comes with all the right ports you need, like HDMI and Ethernet, and that it’s compatible with all the streaming services or voice assistants that you’d like to connect. If you find that you’re having trouble connecting to streaming services (LG TVs aren’t usually able to connect to Crave, for example) it might be a better to purchase a dedicated streaming device to access your shows and movies.

Resolution

The resolution of your television will tell you how many horizontal pixels and vertical pixels there are in the display. Usually, a higher resolution will mean that your picture is sharper and more detailed because there’s more pixels that are used to display an image. That doesn’t always mean the picture quality will be better, but you’ll definitely notice the difference if you watch lower resolution content on a large screen.

All the televisions on our list are 4k, which means that there are 3840 horizontal pixels and 2160 vertical pixels. You can find television screens that are 8k right now, too, which look wonderful — we just didn’t include any on this list because, although they’re stunning, at this size they can cost a fortune which doesn’t make it the most accessible technology.

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About the Author: Michael Pilon

Michael Pilon is a writer based in Toronto, who loves everything tech, gaming, and digital art. With two years of professional writing experience and a lifetime of learning about new gadgets, he aims to provide helpful, accurate stories. He received his Bachelor of Arts in English and media studies from the University of Toronto, and a Master of Arts in fashion from Ryerson University, exploring digital and technological applications throughout. When he isn’t writing, you can find him playing the newest fantasy and horror games, or out discovering new coffee shops in the city.

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