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The best 65-inch TVs: What are your options?

best 65 inch tvs - LG C9 Series in a living room

65-inch TVs are quickly becoming the sweet spot when it comes to features. At this size, you’ll see OLED and QLED panels, Dolby Vision and advanced HDR support, and improved build quality. You’ll need a decent amount of space in your living room and the price tag can get up there, but 65-inch TVs allow for better immersion with your content.

Here’s our list of the best 65-inch TVs you can buy.

The best 65-inch TVs:

Editor’s note: We will update our list of the best 65-inch TVs as new TVs launch.

1. LG C9 Series

LG C9 Series

If price is no object, the LG C9 Series is worth a look. The TV features an OLED panel with deep blacks and a wide color gamut. Also, the C9 Series is one of the first TVs with Nvidia G-Sync compatibility. That means you can enable a 40 to 120Hz variable refresh rate change.

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The TV also supports AirPlay 2, Amazon Alexa, and Google Assistant, as well as Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos.

The LG C9 Series is available for $2,099.99.

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2. Samsung Q80 Series

Samsung Q80 Series

Instead of OLED, the Samsung Q80 Series features a QLED panel. Samsung promises deep blacks and 100% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space. There’s also support for HDR10 Plus and the Quantum Processor 4K to upscale lower-resolution content.

Also read: Best Samsung phones you can get: High-end, mid-range, and entry-level models

You can control the TV with Bixby, while other smart home devices can be controlled through SmartThings. Finally, the Ambient Mode turns the TV into a photo frame or news ticker when the TV isn’t in use.

The Samsung Q80 Series is available for $1,697.99.

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3. Sony X900F

Sony X900F

It’s not an OLED or QLED panel, but the Sony X900F’s panel still promises a wide color range. There’s also support for HDR with HDR10, Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG), and Dolby Vision. You can even play HDR-compatible games with your PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 4 Pro.

The built-in Google Assistant through Android TV means you can control the set with your voice. You can also control Assistant-friendly smart home devices. Alternatively, you can use the built-in Amazon Alexa.

The Sony X900F is available for $1,198.

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4. Vizio M-Series Quantum

Vizio M Series Quantum

As the name implies, the Vizio M-Series Quantum features a QLED panel with up to 600 nits of brightness. The panel supports HDR with HDR10, HLG, and Dolby Vision, with the 90 local dimming zones simultaneously producing bright whites and deep blacks.

With the software, the TV features built-in Chromecast and AirPlay 2. Also, you can control the TV with Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa. Siri compatibility will be enabled through a software update.

The Vizio M-Series Quantum is available for $899.99.

5. Hisense 65H9F

Hisense 65H9F

Even with a sub-$1,000 price, the Hisense 65H9F features a QLED panel. The 132 local dimming zones promise an improved contrast range and color accuracy. The panel also supports HDR with HDR10 and Dolby Vision.

Also read: 5 best Android TVs available right now

Elsewhere, the Android TV software means Google Assistant and Chromecast are built-in. If you’re not a fan of Google’s software, you can control the TV with Amazon Alexa.

The Hisense 65H9F is available for $899.99.

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6. TCL 6-Series

TCL 6 Series

Featuring a brushed metal finish, the TCL 6-Series sports a QLED panel with Dolby Vision and HDR10 support. The contrast control zones allow for improved contrast.

Also read: The Roku 2019 lineup: Everything you need to know

As with other TCL TVs, the 6-Series is a Roku TV. That means access to thousands of streaming apps, along with voice control through Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.

The TCL 6-Series is available for $799.99.

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That was our list of the best 65-inch TVs. We’ll add and remove TVs as new 65-inch sets hit the market.

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Source of the article – Android Authority