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The Best Gaming TVs

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Samsung QN65Q60RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K TV

Best Of The Best
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Immerse yourself into the gaming world with this TV from Samsung. This TV is our top pick for many reasons––the main one being its phenomenal picture quality. With Samsung's Quantum Dot technology, you will experience images bursting with over a billion colors in pristine clarity. Quantum HDR 4X allows colors to be just as vibrant in both dark and light scenes. Plus, the Quantum 4K processor instantly upscales images to 4K resolution so you can experience all the sharp details of your games like their creators intended.

Samsung's Real Game Enhancer is a feature that optimizes your gaming experience, giving you an advantage over your enemies in game. The technology helps prevent tearing, stuttering, and motion blur so you get to enjoy beautiful, crisp visuals unlike any other.

When you're taking a break from your games, turn the TV onto ambient mode and you will enjoy beautiful visuals of art to blend in with your home decor.

Besides the incredible picture quality, this 65-inch TV has all the Smart TV features a person could desire––OneRemote to control compatible devices, Bixby voice command, and Alexa and Google Assistant compatibility.

Whether you're playing video games or watching your favorite films, you'll enjoy a visual experience unlike any other with this TV.

Key Features

  • Quantum Dot, 4K processor, and HDR 4X provides extraordinary picture quality
  • Wide angle viewing
  • Real Game Enhancer for advanced game play
  • Ambient mode blends TV with home decor

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LG OLED65C9PUA 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV

Best For PC Gaming
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We especially love this 65-inch TV because LG made it specifically with PC gaming in mind. With NVIDIA G Sync compatibility, PC gamers will have an outstanding experience that combines exceptional picture quality with intense colors and top-notch gameplay. Plus, LG's AI-powered 4K processor will bring your games to life by instantly enhancing picture quality.

Beyond the vivid, cinema-quality picture, the LG TV also features Dolby Atmos for a powerful audio experience. Plus, it has a ton of Smart TV capabilities like Apple AirPlay compatibility to connect content from your iPhone, iPad or Mac, and Google Assistant and Alexa compatibility to keep your entire home connected and your entertainment personalized.

Key Features

  • Made with PC Gaming in mind
  • AI powered 4K processor
  • Works with Apple AirPlay

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Sony XBR-55A8G 55 Inch TV

Next Level Audio
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Though this TV is measures in at 55 inches (10 inches shorter than our top two TVs), that does not mean it is inferior. This offering from Sony has plenty of features we love, including its exceptional color contrast thanks to OLED technology and beautiful picture clarity from the powerful 4K HDR X1 Extreme processor. With Sony's MotionFlow XR refresh rate of 120Hz, you'll be able to view fast moving sequences with realistic clarity, which means you won't miss a thing when fighting off your enemies in battle. When playing video games, you will be transported to a world that looks as real and natural as our own.

In addition to the fantastic picture quality, we really love Sony's Acoustic Surface technology that gives you an audio experience unlike any other. Rather than having sound come out through speakers, this TV emits sound from the entire screen, immersing you into the virtual world in a new and exciting way.

To top everything off, the tube from Sony is also a Smart TV with a built-in Google Assistant and Alexa and Google Home compatibility. Plus, the TV can mount to your wall and has the ability to tilt and swivel so you can play games at angle you like.

Key Features

  • Immersive Acoustic Surface audio
  • Refresh rate of 120Hz
  • Built-in Google Assistant

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VIZIO M-Series Quantum Class Smart TV

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This TV from VIZIO is a solid option for casual gamers who want high quality picture without spending an arm and a leg on their television. With Quantum Dot technology, users will be able to view up to 80% more colors than those who have a standard 4K HDR TV. The TV also has incredible contrast, delivering up to 600 nits of brightness to see every detail in the highlights while also having a powerful backlight that features 90 local dimming zones and makes blacks 100% deeper.

When you're not gaming, streaming on this TV is easier than ever with the SmartCast Home. You'll be able to browse all your favorite movies and shows on Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+ just by using the remote or the SmartCast mobile app. You can also stream content from other devices with the built-in Apple Airplay 2 and Chromecast. Plus, there's built-in voice control, so you don't even have to use a remote if you don't want to!

Key Features

  • Delivers incredible visual performance with up to 80% more colors than standard 4K TVs
  • Built-in voice control
  • Compatibile with Apple Airplay and Chromecast

We at CinemaBlend know how overwhelming buying a new TV can be––especially when there's so much technical jargon involved. That's why we put together this handy buyer's guide that breaks down some of the technical terms for you! Now, you can spend less time trying to figure out what a refresh rate is and more time picking out your perfect TV.

4K Resolution

4K resolution is the newest and best level of high definition today and is essentially four times sharper than 1080p definition.

HDR

HDR for High Dynamic Range. This technology makes the most of those extra pixels, assisting with contrast and color range to provide over 10 billion vibrant shades.

Refresh Rate

Refresh Rate is the number of times per second a television refreshes its image. Measured in hertz (Hz), most TVs refresh at 60 Hz, with some higher-end models at 120 Hz.

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