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Best TV 2023 [January]

Finding the best TV for you may seem an easy task, but it’s not as simple as picking the most expensive model or choosing the one with the most features. You need to think about both image and audio quality, the most useful smart functions, but also the price.

Best cheap TV 2023 [January]

You don’t have to spend four figures in order to get a great TV. Today, even cheap TVs can have a good picture quality, decent sound, and smart features capable of offering you the best home entertainment experience available, including 4K resolution, HDR image processing, and streaming services like Amazon Prime Video and Netflix, thus eliminating the need for a TV box.

LG OLED B9: the best bang for your buck OLED TV

The LG OLED B9 is LG’s 2019 OLED entry-level model but offers much more than you might expect. It is an elegant TV with a beautifully integrated stand, an extremely thin frame and includes a Magic Remote. It also features LG’s own WebOS 4.5 operating system with a visually attractive and easy-to-understand user interface. Last but not least it supports Google Assistant, as well as Amazon Alexa and Apple AirPlay 2.

Sony Master Series A9G review: LG created OLED, Sony refined it

Sony listened to its customers and that’s good. The “crutch” support design of the previous OLED TVs is out and Sony returned to a classic design more suitable for wall mounting. The Sony Master Series A9G retains the qualities of its predecessors, like the excellent image quality and a very good sound. It is currently the best TV you can buy.

Sony X950G review: the flagship TV killer

Succeeding the X900F, the Sony X950G sports identical looks. Nevertheless, it takes advantage of some new features, including the integration of both Google and Alexa voice assistants. The image quality is still top-notch, thanks to the excellent contrast ratio. On the other hand, the viewing angles aren’t that great and light uniformity could be better.

LG OLED B8 review: best bang for your buck

The LG OLED B8 delivers a high-level of performance that lives up to the expectations for an OLED TV. The adoption of the less efficient α7 processor is done without too much trouble (compared to the α9 on the C8 model). The B8 remains an excellent TV and the cheapest OLED model on the market.

Samsung QLED Q90 review: is this an OLED?

We tend to favor the OLED over the QLED, but we must admit that the Samsung Q90 almost made us reconsider… Samsung understood what it lacked – viewing angles, dark scenes – to almost match LG’s flagship TV. It managed to eliminate its weaknesses without compromising its strengths, like superior brightness and video game superiority.