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of super ball That means it’s a good time to bring a new TV to market.in many of the major TV brands Unveiling their latest model just a while ago A year at CES,price last year’s Old but valuable sets continue to decline. Yes, those willing to wait and pay extra for the latest and greatest TV might get a better image, but it’s usually better value to buy an older, well-reviewed TV. We haven’t reviewed many TVs on Engadget, but we scoured reviews and price histories to find the best Super Bowl 2023 TV deals going on right now. Prices are likely to drop further in the coming months, but if you want a new set in time for the Chiefs-Eagles clash, there are some notable discounts.
55-inch Samsung S95B OLED TV
Samsung S95B Wide regarded as As top choice Among last year’s premium-level TVs, the 55-inch variant is now available for $1,448, tying the lowest we’ve seen around the holiday season. bottom.of 65 inch modelMeanwhile, has dropped to $1,798, $20 above its previous low.
The S95B isn’t cheap by any means, but reviews say its QD-OLED panel offers the high contrast, deep black tones, and wide viewing angles you’d expect from a typical OLED display. At the same time, the added layer of quantum dots allows for higher brightness levels and more saturated colors than usual for OLEDs. This means it performs better than most current OLED TVs in bright rooms. Beyond the display tech, there are four full-bandwidth HDMI 2.1 ports, all with 120Hz refresh. It can output 4K video at high speed. The main drawbacks are the lack of support for Dolby Vision HDR and that’s all Available in 55 or 65 inches.
48 inch LG C2 OLED TV
LG’s C2 OLED TV Can’t match S95B in terms of color saturation or peak brightness want to deal with 2023), the consensus is that it still lives up to the standards of LG’s past OLED TVs, with similarly good contrast, black levels, and viewing angles. The 2.1 port and 4K/120Hz support make it perfect for gaming, and Dolby Vision is a must. Especially with HDR content, it doesn’t look great outside of a dark or moderately bright room.
However, the C2 comes in a wider range of sizes, including the 48-inch variant sold here. I’m here. If you would like a larger set, 55- When 65 inch model Available for $1,297 and $1,697 respectively, we’ve seen those prices for most of the past few months. The S95B may be better in that range.
43 inch Samsung SN90B QLED TV
If you’re looking for a small but high-end TV, the 43-inch version Samsung QN90B That’s $898, about $200 less than the average street price in recent months. 55 inch model You can get it for an all-time low of $1,298, but it’s been there for a while too, and for that price most people should get a Samsung S95B or LG C2 and their good OLED panels.
The QN90B is instead a more traditional LED LCD panel, but according to reviews, its Quantum Dot color technology and mini LED backlighting give it better contrast and HDR performance than most TVs of this type. It’s still significantly brighter than most OLED sets, and like the model above, it has four full HDMI 2.1 ports and a 120Hz refresh rate. Also, like many LED TVs, there can be a blooming effect around bright objects in dark scenes.
55″ TCL 5 Series QLED TV
reviewers we trust wire cutter, ring praised elsewhere TCL’s latest 5 Series TV Priced well under $500, it offers relatively impressive contrast (aided by a decent full-array local dimming feature) and color, plus support for Dolby Atmos and major HDR formats. At the time of writing, a 55-inch version of the TV retails for $370. This is an all-time low and about $60 less than normal.of 65 inch variant, meanwhile, it’s still available for as low as $500. Please note that this TV is limited to a basic 60Hz refresh rate. completely It’s perfect for modern gaming consoles and, like most LCD sets in this price range, the image degrades when viewed at an angle.
55 inch Hisense U6H ULED TV
Hisense U6H It lags behind the TCL 5 Series TVs in terms of brightness and black tonal uniformity, and doesn’t support true HDMI 2.1. However, with equally decent full-array local dimming and quantum dots for single colors, it still performs well for the price. Worth the alternative if you prefer the Google TV interface to the Roku-based UI. It’s now down to $368 for the 55-inch model, matching previous lows.of 65- When 75 inch The models are available for $500 and $650 respectively.
for a step up Hisense U8H Proven mid-range model with Mini LED backlight and 120Hz refresh rate. It’s now down to $650 for the 55-inch model, but in the past he’s sometimes been available for $50 less.this is 65 inch variantHowever, it has returned to its previous low of $898.
65 inch Sony X95K Mini LED TV
There is not much reason for most people to get Sony X95K Better than the premium options above, but ring, Tom’s guide and others see the Mini LED TV as a great option for HDR content and video games. It also works with Google TV, but be aware that it only has two HDMI 2.1 ports and may experience blooming in dark scenes. Regardless, the 65-inch version of the X95K is down to $1,798. 75 inch model Available for $2,498. Both of these discounts are record lows, about $200 and $500 less than typical prices in recent months, respectively.
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