This HD antenna costs just $19.
The LG 55-inch C7 OLED (OLED55C7P) offers everything you want in a premium TV, from gorgeous design and an impressive OLED display to robust smart TV capabilities. It was already a smart buy at full price, now it's an unbeatable bargain.
The TCL Roku 55S405 is as much as you could want for this affordable price, with solid 4K resolution, basic HDR support and Roku's feature-filled smart-TV interface.
By building the antenna into a large picture frame, Antenna Direct's ClearStream View is a unique solution to the visually challenging problem of how to hide an indoor antenna.
The Samsung 32-inch M5300 is an inexpensive and compact full-HD set with good smart-TV functions, but the picture and sound don't wow.
The Sony XBR-43X800E is a great smart TV and boasts a decent feature set with HDR support and plenty of connections, but you'll definitely want a soundbar.
The Samsung 65-inch MU7000 is a strong contender for your living room, thanks to the set's good picture quality, its HDR support, and Samsung's excellent smart functions and remote.
The TCL Roku 43S403 delivers 4K, HDR and Roku's Smart TV interface for a very good price, but not a lot of frills.
The TCL Roku 49S405 is more than just an affordable 4K set; it’s also a great smart TV, with plenty to offer movie lovers, gamers and cord cutters.
The AirTV is a good — but not great — streaming box with a novel way to integrate broadcast TV, but it takes some time to prove itself.
The Sony XBR-65X900E combines solid picture and sound quality with a feature-rich operating system and a midrange price. We just wish it had a better remote.
This comfortable universal remote makes it pretty easy to control your entertainment center at a reasonable price.
An amplified indoor antenna that turned in admirable results in our tests, the ClearStream Flex is definitely a contender for those who need an extra boost to pull in stations.
The Vizio SmartCast E-Series E65-E0 is affordably priced, and gives you 4K quality and HDR support, but has a couple of rough spots.
The 55-inch SunBriteTV Veranda is a TV for the great outdoors with a weatherproof design and very bright panel, but you'll make some trade-offs.
The Vizio M-Series M65-E0 display looks great, with excellent color and and HDR support for a reasonable price.
The Amazon All-New Fire TV is a versatile streaming box with excellent Alexa integration and a reasonable price tag, but the design is a head-scratcher.
The Roku Ultra (2017) is an excellent value, especially if you can live with run-of-the-mill audio, but it's similar to last year's model.
A large, flat TV antenna with a respected pedigree, the Mohu Leaf Glide failed to perform as expected. There are better Mohu models to be had, such as the nonamplified ReLeaf and the amplified Curve.
The Hisense 43H6D offers a sharp 4K picture with HDR support at a sweet low price, but display-quality issues and a meager app selection hold this set back.
As a 55-inch 4K TV for under $500, the Insignia Roku TV is a big-screened bargain. You’ll miss out on the picture quality, HDR support and premium sound of more expensive models, but it offers the best performance and features for the price.
At such a reasonable price, it's difficult to turn down TCL's 55-inch 4K set, which boasts HDR support and the popular Roku smart-TV interface.
The Vizio D-Series D65-E0 offers no-nonsense Ultra HD LCD performance in a big 65-inch size for less than $900.
Looking for a state-of-the-art picture but can't afford an OLED TV? Samsung's quantum-dot-based LCD set is your best choice.
Offering a strikingly sharp, attention-getting picture, the LG E7 is a fantastic OLED TV that backs up its good looks with robust audio.
The Sony Bravia XBR-65A1E delivers amazing picture quality in a price-is-no-object OLED TV, along with impressive sound that emanates from the glass itself.
The 43-inch Amazon Fire TV Edition is tempting, but the picture quality from this set doesn't measure up to the advanced, Alexa-centric interface.
There are more-sensitive antennas, but Turk's amplified Multi-Directional model is good at rejecting weaker signals, and it boasts a unique, tabletop design.