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.
The 1byone is a well-packaged antenna with good instructions for cord cutters, but the build quality could be better.
Although it’s one of the lowest-priced amplified antennas available, the Viewtek provides only modest reception.
The Holisouse amplified antenna doesn't come in a glossy package or boast a fancy design, but it does the job without fuss.
For TV viewers who want to eliminate the monthly cable bill but still receive local stations, the Mohu ReLeaf is a no-fuss, top-notch antenna.
The Samsung KS8000 offers a sleek, glossy design and good color accuracy, but it's not the best value.
With mediocre performance, the 55-inch Sharp Aquos LC-55N7000U faces tough competition from bargain 4K sets that lack HDR support but produce a comparable picture for less money.
Despite some shortcomings, the TCL Roku TV 55US5800 offers an intuitive, smart-TV interface in a bargain-priced, 55-inch 4K display.
Consider the Hisense 50H8C 50-inch 4K TV if you're looking for an inexpensive 4K TV, but Insignia's 4K Roku TV gives you more at this price.
While this 50-inch 4K TV from TCL has the class-leading Roku TV interface, its picture quality is lacking, even for a sub-$500 set.
A good set for movie fans, the 65-inch Vizio D65u-D2 does an admirable job on overall 4K picture quality, but the set's built-in sound system could use a boost.
A 4K Ultra HD set for those who want more out of a bargain-priced model, the Vizio M-Series supports HDR content as well as the Dolby Vision version of the format.
The Roku Ultra lives up to its name, with 4K resolution, HDR support, digital audio, USB connectivity and more than 3,500 channels.
The Samsung KS9000 delivers the latest HDR performance for a price that’s less than the best OLED sets.
If you like the curved-screen approach, Samsung's top-of-the-line KS9800 is a stunning 4K Ultra HD set that supports HDR programming and is bound to please.
For those who want the best 4K HDR TV available — but have to keep their spending down to a dull roar — the LG B6 delivers a jaw-dropping picture.
While pricey, the LG E6 is a superior OLED TV with jaw-dropping picture quality, support for the latest HDR formats and strong audio.
Offering a great picture and an updated smart-TV interface, the Vizio P-Series 55-inch 4K Ultra HD set is a smart choice for those who want state-of-the-art features for a reasonable price.