Best 75-inch TVs of 2024: Tested and reviewed

The best 75-inch TVs are a big step up in both size and immersion, and can turn your home living room into a full-on cinema experience. If you plan on sitting between eight to 10 feet away from the screen, a 75-inch TV is the way to go.

What makes 75-inch TVs the size to beat? Well, not only are they big, but they typically offer better processors for the best possible smart TV experience and, at higher 4K resolutions, there's more detail in those pictures, too.

The 75-inch class actually includes 75- and 77-inch models, with everything from LCD to QLED and OLED technology available. The good news is that many of our favorite 4K smart TVs from the best TV brands come in the 75-inch size, and deliver everything we love about those top models, but with a larger screen.  

Why trust us? We put each television we review through a series of instrument tests to measure different aspects of performance, like color accuracy, brightness, and more. We use the results as an objective measure to supplement our reviewers' subjective impressions of color, contrast and detail in the tests with real-world content. We then take the best of each screen size and put them into these guides.

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Nick Pino is the Managing Editor, TV and AV at Tom's Guide
Written by
Nick Pino

My name's Nick and I look after our guides to the best TVs, best OLED TVs and best 4K TVs. Most of my day is spent watching and evaluating new screens from LG, Samsung, Sony, Hisense, TCL and Vizio. I have 10 years of experience in AV, and before I joined Tom's Guide I was formerly the Senior Editor, TV and AV at TechRadar. I love helping people find the perfect TV, so please feel free to reach out over email or tag me on Twitter and I can help you out. 

The quick list

Here's a quick overview of the best 75-inch TVs you can buy right now based on our testing and reviews. And keep up on scrolling if you want to see our in-depth analysis of all the top TVs for every budget. 

Best OLED TV

Samsung S95C OLED TVEditor's Choice

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This 77-inch QD-OLED is the new gold standard in big-screen TVs

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 55, 65, 77 inches
Screen Type: OLED
Refresh Rate: 120 Hz
HDMI ports: 4 HDMI 2.1 (1 eARC)
Size: 56.7 x 32.5 x 1.8 inches
Weight: 32.6 pounds

Reasons to buy

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One Connect box for cable management
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Impressive brightness
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144Hz refresh rate for PC gaming
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Works as a SmartThings/Matter controller

Reasons to avoid

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No Dolby Vision
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Built-in audio is average

Samsung has stolen the top spot from LG in 2023 with the Samsung S95C being the best 75(ish)-inch TV you can buy. It’s the company’s second shot at QD-OLED, the panel technology that promises a brighter OLED experience thanks to the addition of quantum dots. And though we had some reservations about Samsung’s new TV category the first time around, the S95C has upgrades that really move the needle. 

HDR brightness is where we found one of the biggest improvements between last year's model and this year's S95C. We tested a 30% improvement, from 1010 nits to nearly 1,370 nits in the same 10% in standard mode with HDR content. That’s fantastic for an OLED TV. 

For gamers, the S95C measured an excellent 9.2ms lag time, resulting in responsive gameplay across a variety of genres. Meanwhile, the S95C’s new 144Hz refresh rate kicks in when connected to a gaming PC. Pair that refresh rate with AMD’s FreeSync Premium Pro, and the S95C makes for one of the best gaming TVs.

Read our full Samsung S95C OLED review.

The best QLED TV

The Samsung QN90C Neo QLED TV in a living room.Editor's Choice

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This premium 75-inch QLED TV is big, bright and beautiful

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 43, 50, 55, 65, 75, 85 inches
Screen Type: QLED
Refresh Rate: 120 Hz
HDMI ports: 4 HDMI all HDMI 2.1
Size: 57 x 32.7 x 0.7 inches
Weight: 49.2 pounds

Reasons to buy

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4 HDMI 2.1 ports
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Excellent off-angle viewing
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Spectacularly bright
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Less blooming than previous model
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Rechargeable remote

Reasons to avoid

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No Dolby Vision support
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Included stand isn’t very sturdy

When looking for a 75-inch TV that offers great performance without a super-steep price tag, the Samsung QN90C Neo QLED TV is the QLED TV king thanks to best-in-class brightness and impressive performance across most content genres. 

Powered by Samsung’s high octane Mini-LED panel, the QN90C promises excellent performance across the top genres. For those who aren’t familiar, Mini-LED backlighting delivers high levels of brightness while maintaining realistic color and gradations of luminance. And though the QN90C Neo QLED isn’t the most premium of all the 4K Samsung 2023 TVs, it’s the one that you’ll probably be most tempted to buy. 

Its gorgeous 1-inch-thick design contains a huge array of smart features, potent Dolby Atmos sound and HDMI 2.1 connectivity for gamers that measured in at an impressive 9.8-millisecond lag time in our testing.

Read our full Samsung QN90C Neo QLED TV review or browse our Samsung promo codes

The best value TV

Roku Plus Series 4K QLED TV on tv stand

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Roku’s first QLED TV is a great bargain

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 55, 65, 75 inches
Screen Type: QLED
Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
HDMI ports: 4 HDMI all HDMI 2.0
Size: 65.8 x 38.1 x 3.5 inches
Weight: 49.9 pounds

Reasons to buy

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Excellent value
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First-rate HDR color
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Good sound
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Solid Roku TV smart interface

Reasons to avoid

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So-so brightness
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Only 60Hz refresh rate
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No HDMI 2.1 ports

The Roku Plus Series 4K QLED TV marks the streaming giant’s first foray into sets after long focusing on software and set-top and plug-in devices — and the move is a successful one. In addition to delivering 75 inches of screen for just $999, these TVs also give you surprisingly good picture quality and sound, two things that are usually the first to go with budget sets.

That doesn’t mean the Plus Series is going to supplant higher-end TVs. Its brightness leaves something to be desired, and the restrictions of a 60Hz panel and no HDMI 2.1 ports mean it has a distinctly last-gen feel to it. But if you want to get a good value screen, there’s no question that the Roku Plus Series 4K QLED TV is one of the best TVs you can buy.

Read our full Roku Plus Series 4K QLED TV review.

The best TV for gaming

The LG C3 OLED on a shelf.

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Gamers will be blown away by the 77-inch LG C3 OLED

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 42, 48, 55, 65, 77, 83 inches
Screen type: OLED
Refresh rate: 120Hz
HDMI ports: 4 HDMI 2.1
Size: 56.7 x 32.5 x 1.8 inches
Weight: 36.6 pounds

Reasons to buy

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Superb picture quality
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Improved smart interface
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Top-notch gaming features, performance

Reasons to avoid

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Average-at-best sound
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No ATSC 3.0 tuner
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LG remote is polarizing

The LG OLED evo C3 is loaded with features that make it ideal for watching — or playing — anything your heart desires. You can find TVs with better sound, but there aren’t many out there that offer you this much and perform at this level for the same price.

For gamers, features like Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) and Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) as well as tweaks such as black and white stabilization, blue light reduction, Dark Room mode, and more offer the best experience. The C3 is rated as Nvidia G-Sync Compatible, and it supports AMD FreeSync Premium. You can even specify the genre of your game, and the C3 will apply settings designed to optimize its picture for it.

According to the Leo Bodnar 4K Lag Tester, which measures the time between when an image is sent from the source and when it appears on the screen, the C3 did quite well with a lag time of 12.9ms, just above our 10ms threshold for a great gaming experience. But when we activated the Boost function from the Game Optimizer, the time dropped even further to a stunning 9.1ms, putting it in direct competition for the best gaming TV you can buy.

Read our full LG C3 OLED review.

The best mid-range TV

Hisense U8K Mini-LED Google TV in living room

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Believe the hype — the 75-inch Hisense U8K offers excellent performance

Specifications

Screen Type: QLED
Refresh Rate: 120 Hz
Ports: 4 HDMI, 1 USB
Size: 65.8 x 37.9 x 3.6 inches
Weight: 79.4 pounds

Reasons to buy

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Extremely bright
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Incredibly colorful
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Fun to watch
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Great sound quality
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Built-in ATSC 3.0 tuner

Reasons to avoid

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Color accuracy can be an issue
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Not the lowest lag
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Colors desaturate off-axis

The Hisense U8K ULED is a boon to anyone who has issues with glare. Even in a room with lots of ambient lighting, colors with deep hues don’t lose their saturation and the results are truly mesmerizing. 

This TV goes toe-to-toe with the much more expensive Samsung QN90C and beats it in key categories like SDR brightness and color saturation. This is an almost David and Goliath type of tale with Hisense being the perennial underdog. 

The only areas that the Hisense U8K didn’t perform as strongly in were color accuracy (Delta-E) — which it scored the worst of all four TVs we tested — and input latency. The former means that colors, while vibrant, aren’t going to look all that natural. The latter, however, isn’t a huge deal as  anything lower than 20 milliseconds is considered nearly imperceptible, but it does mean that serious gamers will be better served with one of the other TVs on our list.

Competitors like TCL and Samsung have shown that they can get high brightness from similarly specc’d TVs, but only Hisense has mastered the art of colorful pictures and high brightness at a reasonable price. If you’re looking for a high-end TV without the high-end sticker price, the 77-inch U8K absolutely delivers the goods.

Read our full Hisense U8K Mini-LED Google TV review.

The best Mini-LED TV

Sony Bravia X95K Mini LED TV in living room

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Sony's Mini-LED TV is rock-solid

Specifications

Screen Size: 65, 75, 85 inches
Screen Type: Mini-LED
Refresh Rate: 120 Hz
HDMI ports: 4 HDMI 2.1 (1 eARC)
Size: 56.9 x 32.9 x 2.4 inches
Weight: 70.8 pounds

Reasons to buy

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Punchy HDR performance
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Impressive motion handling
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Convenient stand options

Reasons to avoid

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Narrow viewing angles
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Bit of blooming

The Sony Bravia X95K Mini LED TV, the brand’s first set powered by Mini LED backlighting, is our top pick from the Sony 2022 TV lineup. It has the kind of HDR performance you crave on movie night, pairing the set’s high luminance and targeted backlight control with plenty of nuance and practical vibrancy. Sony packages it up in a sleek build, complete with multiple stand configurations and a great remote.

In out-of-the-box standard mode, the Sony Bravia X95K Mini LED TV covered 99.89% of the Rec 709 color space, which is a nearly perfect reach to the average viewer with an LED TV. The X95K’s best Delta E score came in at an excellent 1.88 in Filmmaker Mode, which isn’t surprising as Sony has long emphasized preserving the filmmaker’s intent in picture processing. Pretty on-brand for a TV manufacturer that’s also a movie studio. 

We still believe the LG C2 OLED and Samsung QN95B offer slightly better performance for the price, but it’s easy to recommend this Sony to anyone shopping for a non-OLED 4K HDR TV with a Sony name attached to it. 

Read our full Sony Bravia X95K Mini LED TV review.

TV benchmarks: comparison

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TVPeak Brightness (tested)Delta-E (tested)DCI-P3 Color Volume (tested)Input Lag (tested)
Samsung S95C OLED1086.381 nits1.3184108.03%9.2ms
Samsung QN90C QLED TV1987.344 nits2.240495.81%9.7ms
Roku Plus Series648.104 nits2.601195.8%11.5ms
LG C3 OLED824.950 nits1.390898.72%9.1ms
Hisense U8K ULED TV2004.59 nits4.461497.82%13.2ms
Sony Bravia X95K1400 nits1.876695.89%18.3ms

Frequently asked questions

How do I find the best Cyber Week 75-inch TV deals?

We've scoured the internet to provide you with the best Cyber Week deals on some of the best 75-inch TVs (or bigger). With that said, the range of gigantic sets above won't be for everyone, whether that's because of budget constraints or other factors.

To help you find the right 75-inch TV for you, it's important to consider what you value most in a television. If it's pure picture quality and you have the cash to spare, OLED really is the best way to go... and it's not close. LED TVs get brighter, but when it comes to contrast, the infinite blacks of OLED tech means the images they output are simply superior.

The majority of modern TVs have functional smart features, and we'd be  hesitant in picking a specific brand of television just because of its OS. Considering you can access pretty much every streaming service available through affordable streaming boxes, we wouldn't overly stress about the built-in smart features of a particular 75-inch television you're eyeing up.

Price is a far more important factor to consider when you're about to take advantage of a Cyber Week 75-inch TV deal. If money is no object, you should really be looking at the LG 77" LG G3 OLED on sale for $3,499 at Amazon. Its brightness-boosting Micro Lens Array panel is astonishing. 

If you want to keep on top of the best TV deals, make sure you download The Camelizer — a Chrome extension that runs extensive historical price checks on Amazon products. 

And the final point to ponder when you're about to take the plunge on a 75-inch TV? Well, there are actually a couple. If you're going to use a TV stand, do your research and make sure your television cabinet can support the weight of your titanic new screen. On the flip side, if you're looking to wall mount your new panel, ensure you buy a quality bracket and in no way try to do the deed on your lonesome — mounting a large TV on a wall is a two person job... minimum. 

Follow all of the advice above, and we're confident you'll find exactly the right Cyber Week deal on the 75-inch TV of your dreams. 

How do I choose the best 75-inch TV for me?

Knowing what size you want helps in selecting a great TV, but not all 75-inch TVs are the same. Here are some of the other factors to consider when picking the best 75-inch TV for your home.

Size: First, decide if you’re locked into an 75-inch model. You’ll find more options in 65-inch models and often better values, or you can go bigger with an 85-inch TV.

And remember to fit the TV to the room it's in. For an 75-inch 4K TV, you'll be dealing with a TV that measures at least 65 inches across, and you'll want to be sitting more than 6 feet from the set to get a good viewing experience. (Learn more in our article What size TV should you buy?)

Price: Big screens usually mean big prices, so know your budget, and recognize that you may need to spend a little more to get a better TV. The most affordable 75-inch TVs range between $800 and $1,200, but the majority will be more expensive, between $2,000 and $4,000 for the most premium models. The differences in price may impact other features and the performance of the TV, but you still want to get the best TV for your money. If your budget is strict but you can't settle for performance niggles, consider an older premium TV. You can usually get great deals on them.

Display: There are several different types of display offered on today's TVs, from the most basic LCD panels to QLED panels of various degrees of refinement, and (the best option) OLED. The better the panel, the more expensive the TV, but you definitely want something that delivers a wide color gamut, high color accuracy and strong brightness. Our reviews detail the individual performance of each set, including the results of lab testing those key qualities.

HDR support: If you want the most colors, get one of the HDR sets with Dolby Vision compatibility above. This technology is able to deliver more colors, more contrast levels and increased brightness. It could make a set a bit more costly, but it guarantees you’ll still be satisfied with TV as the Dolby Vision format seems to be gaining momentum.

Ports: Another thing to consider is port offerings. Some of the sets above sport 3 HDMI ports, while some have 4. In general, more ports is better, especially if you have a collection of input devices like soundbars or game consoles.

Smart features: All of the TVs on this list are smart TVs, but different brands and smart TV software will have a different ecosystem of apps to choose from and offer a different collection of smart features, like voice interaction and smart home compatibility. Check out our individual reviews to see a discussion of what each TV brings to the table in terms of features and smart capabilities. 

How we test the best 75-inch TVs

How we test the best 75-inch TVs

Why you can trust Tom's Guide Our writers and editors spend hours analyzing and reviewing products, services, and apps to help find what's best for you. Find out more about how we test, analyze, and rate.

When it comes to evaluating TVs, we're serious about getting it right. That's why every TV we review is put through a rigorous testing process that measures key standards of picture quality and performance.

Our lab tests involve testing for color accuracy and color gamut using an X-Rite i1 Pro spectrophotometer, an AccuPel DVG-5000 video test pattern generator and SpectraCal CalMAN Ultimate calibration software. These tools are relied on by professional calibrators throughout the industry, and we've paired them with custom workflows to gather the information needed for our reviews. These measurements are taken first in standard mode to simulate the average watching experience, and then taken again in other display modes to find the top color and brightness performance offered by each set.

Our testing measures contrast and maximum brightness, as well as lag time. Using a Leo Bodnar Video Signal Input Lag Tester to test video signal delay, we time how long it takes for content to travel from the original video source to the screen, measured to the millisecond. Shorter response times equate with faster gaming performance, letting us objectively know which TVs are better for gaming.

We use all of these objective test results to make comparisons about quality and performance between different TVs, but our evaluation doesn't end there. We also spend hours with each set, watching shows and movies, and using carefully selected video samples to highlight the strengths and weaknesses of each set and help us tell you which TVs look and sound the best in a real home viewing environment.

And there's more to today's TVs than just viewing, so we also check out the smart TV functions and evaluate everything from the interface to the remote control design. This lets our reviews speak to the technical capabilities of today's smart TVs and how they fit into your connected home.

How far should I sit from a 75-inch 4K TV?

For optimal viewing, we recommend sitting around 8 to 9 feet away. You can sit further back if you have the luxury of a larger room but you might start to miss out on the extra detail that a good 4K TV pulls out. 

You can read more in-depth details in our article What screen size should you buy .


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