While we typically recommend pairing a smart TV with the best soundbar you can afford, the Panasonic LZ2000 delivers phenomenal audio without the need to make a separate purchase. Its built-in 360 Soundscape Pro sound system consists of an up-firing speaker located behind the panel, two side-firing speakers and a speaker array that runs all the way along the bottom of the panel, and the results are extremely immersive.
Don't forget about connectivity. eARC HDMI is a must for connecting to the best soundbars or best AV receivers, and you'll want multiple HDMI ports for multiple devices. HDMI 2.1 is the one to get here, as that's the format used by next-gen gaming consoles for the best gaming experience.
When we tested the best 85-inch TVs we didn't just focus on the picture quality and performance, as important as that is. We tested the whole experience from getting the TV up and running to how well its smart TV features and any digital assistants performed, whether it was a good choice for next-gen gaming and watching sports, and of course whether it delivered better value than its rivals.
The TCL 6-Series Roku TV (R635) offers tremendous value for its budget-friendly price, with superb picture quality and a great smart TV experience for much less than the competition. As TCL's best mainstream smart TV, the R655 ups the ante with mini-LED backlighting in addition to QLED. The result is impressive color and brightness, with some of the best HDR performance we've seen on anything this side of an OLED display.
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Combining a broad range of accomplished products with the most substantial selection of streaming services and the most pleasant and complete user experience, Sonos remains one of the best multi-room options.
Our advice would have traditionally always been that you will get the best experience from plugging into a monitor, but there are a couple of benefits to picking a TV as your primary display. For a start, a gaming TV, with a 120Hz refresh rate and high-quality HDR, will be noticeably brighter than your typical gaming monitor.
It's true, the best gaming TV can now offer you an excellent gaming experience. Whereas once there was a very clear divide between a TV and, say, the best gaming monitor (opens in new tab), we've seen the gap close over the years. The latest panels from Samsung and LG offer speedy refresh rates, snappy response times and look absolutely gorgeous, all at the same time. 59ce067264