TV tech is changing every day, but people will find bigger TVs cheaper next year as compared to the current year. Their manufacturing has become more refined and streamlined. It means that 70- and 75-inch TVs will be more affordable in 2019 and 2020. Since 75-inch TVs are always going to come with an eye-watering price tag, affordable brands have moved forward in making this once-unobtainable size much more affordable.
So, many 75-inch TVs are being manufactured using legacy LCD technology. It was designed for small screens and whose images fail to impress even at the 40-inch size. You might be tempted to go for the very lowest priced 75-inch TV. Keep in mind that the technology employed to create a great picture is 4 times more important than at other sizes. If you find a 75-inch 4K TV at about $600, it’s probably going to let you down in terms of picture performance.
While the cheapies use edge-lit LED panels that produce poor black levels and contrast, the bigger brands opt for either direct, full array LED panels or in the case of LG, OLED panels. Both illuminate across the whole screen and create both luscious color and 4K clarity. Currently, the best 75-inch TVs are LG’s series of OLEDs. It boasts exceptional black levels and premium HDR. They’re perfect for a dark room experience, such as a home cinema, though for brightly-lit rooms you may want to consider Samsung’s QLED TV series. The efforts of Sony are impossible to ignore, and a few more affordable brands to tempt you to buy a 75-inch TV for relatively small spend.