Huge TVs that are Worth the Money and Look Amazing
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Working from home, I’m not going to lie that I watch a lot of TV. There are just some monotonous work projects that need a backdrop of Grey’s Anatomy to get through. And, believe me, we have some huge TVs that make me feel like I’m doing my work in a movie theater.
There’s also no doubt that movie nights are just better overall with big TVs. Who doesn’t want the immersive experience of Star Wars blaring in a 70 inch view?
While I don’t always believe in the “bigger is better” mentality, I must admit that I’m a devout believer as far as TVs are concerned. Give me the biggest TV you have with an extra side of huge.
If you’re also a fan of huge TVs that give you the movie theater experience, you’ve come to the right place. Following my review of the loudest bluetooth speakers, we’re on a roll finding the hyperbolic products that make themselves known.
Here’s my list of the biggest TVs on the market that will level up your TV watching experience.
LG 86UM8070PUA 86" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV
This TV has a long name because it wants to take up space in the world in every way it can. When you buy the LG, you get 86 inches of 4K Ultra HD viewing experience. Of course, this is a smart TV that comes with all of your basic apps included. Specifically, you’ll get Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Prime, YouTube, and HDR content already installed.
This TV is also Alexa compatible, which makes it a good choice if you’re already using Alexa.
One thing to be aware of with this TV is shipping damage. Shipping something so big, mistakes are bound to happen. If you notice any issues, let Amazon know right away so that you can get a replacement.
Samsung QN82Q60RAFXZA Flat 82-Inch QLED 4K Q60 Series Ultra HD Smart TV
This 82-inch Samsung gives you a 4K experience that’s larger than life. Add the HD on top of it and you have a beautiful viewing experience waiting for you. There are a lot of apps you can choose to display on your smart display, which you can see on the Samsung website HERE.
Like the LG, this Samsung TV is also Alexa compatible, which makes it a good choice if you’re already using Alexa.
The one problem that reviews make note about is that some of the TVs have been channeling the Sixth Sense and turning themselves on. Overall though, this TV lives up to the high quality you would expect from Samsung.
Samsung does have an 88 inch version, but it gets worse reviews and is a lot more expensive.
Hisense 120-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart HDR Laser TV
Are you ready for the 120 inch beast? This Hisense is no joke when it comes to size. It’s also no joke when it comes to quality. While it only has a few reviews, people like it. You better believe that reviewers will be harsh at this price point, yet this Hisense still gets top marks. This Hisense is a big investment, so be sure to read through the reviews carefully before making a choice.
Personally, I’m partial to brands like Samsung, TCL, and LG. But, this is a huge TV that has gotten good praise from places like PCMag. No doubt, this is a TV that’s worth making note of. If you’re really committed to having the biggest of the big TVs, this Hisense is a serious contender.
TCL 75R617 75-Inch 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart LED TV
We have owned a lot of TCL TVs and we love them. They’re inexpensive, quality TVs that do what they’re supposed to do. I also love the integration with Roku. We love Roku and the fact that we can have it built into our TV instead of buying a separate unit is a great bonus. You can browse the selection of Roku apps HERE.
You’ll see a trend here. Like the LG and the Samsung, the TCL works with Alexa.
This TCL 75-inch TV is smaller than the others on the list, but it’s a great choice if you want a more affordable TV that is still big enough to make an impact. No, the picture quality isn’t as great as TVs that cost thousands of dollars more, but we’ve always found it good enough that we don’t need to splurge on a more expensive choice.
Sony XBR85X900F 85-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV
This Sony connects with Alexa and Google Assistant, which it adverties heavily. If you like Google or Amazon products, you’ll like how this TV integrates with them. Overall, this Sony is a great choice if you’re looking for a huge TV that delivers on quality.
VIZIO P-Series Quantum 75” Class (74.5” Diag.) 4K HDR Smart TV - P759-G1
Like TCL, Vizio is known for producing quality TVs at an inexpensive price. This 75-inch isn’t blowing anyone’s socks off, but it’s also not breaking the bank given other TVs of this size. It’s a middle of the road choice in all ways, which is sometimes exactly what you’re looking for. This Vizio is a smart TV that gives you access to a number of different apps that you can see HERE.
As with many of the other TVs on this list, this Vizio is compatible with Alexa and is a great choice for people who are hoping to integrate their TV with their Amazon products.
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