Best Affordable 65″ TV

If you’re looking for a great 65″ TV without breaking the budget, check out our list of the best 65″ TVs for under $1,000.

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1. TCL 6-Series

Here’s a TV that gives you all the features you could want—Dolby VIsion, FALD backlight, low latency for gaming, Roku TV—all at a price that only gets you entry-level features with the big brands.

TechRadar saysFor the vast, vast majority of us, our budget to spend on a TV is limited to somewhere under $1,000 – and often less than that. To that end, it’s absolutely fair to say that the TCL 6-Series is the best TV you can possibly get in this price range. Its performance per dollar is unmatched and its picture quality – despite a few minor flaws – will truly impress you.



Product features:

  • The TCL 6-Series supports supports 4K resolution and Dolby Vision. For resolution below 4K, the TV employs TCL’s upscaling engine.
  • This TCL is a FALD-LCD (full array local dimming) design for great picture quality
  • The TV can be voice controlled with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and Roku Search.
  • Inputs include 4 HDMI, 1 USB, RF, and Ethernet.


2. Vizio M-Series Quantum

The Vizio M-Series Quantum supports supports 4K resolution and Dolby Vision. For resolution below 4K, the TV employs Vizio’s upscaling engine. This is a full-featured 4K TV that runs on Vizio’s SmartCast platform.

CNET saysThe M-Series Quantum has excellent picture quality for the money, with deep black levels, accurate color and very good 4K HDR performance. Its smart system is phone-friendly, with Google Cast and Apple AirPlay control. By bringing quantum dot color to a more affordable price point, the M-Series Quantum breaks new ground among midrange TVs.”



Product features:

  • The Vizio M-Series has a FALD-LCD (full array local dimming) screen for great contrast and vivid HDR
  • The TV has built-in voice control, and comes with both Apple AirPlay 2 and Chromecast installed for easy streaming alongside a mobile app.
  • Inputs include 4 HDMI, 1 USB, and Ethernet.


3. Vizio P-Series

Vizio’s premium TV series offers a rich feature set sure to please videophiles. It’s got a high zone count FALD backlight and handles all the latest HDR formats.

CNET saysThe midpriced Vizio P-Series has excellent overall image quality, with exceedingly deep black levels, plenty of brightness, rich contrast and superb video processing anchored by a true 120Hz panel. It handles both HDR10 and Dolby Vision high dynamic range sources. It plays well with phones, Alexa and Google Assistant.



Product features:

  • The Vizio P-Series supports supports 4K resolution and Dolby Vision. For resolution below 4K, the TV employs Vizio’s upscaling engine.
  • The Vizio P-Series has a full array LED screen.
  • The TV is compatible with both Google Home and Amazon Alexa, and comes with a built-in Chromecast for easy streaming alongside a mobile app.
  • Inputs include 5 HDMI, 1 USB, Component, and Ethernet.


4. Sony X800G Series

Forbes says “The Sony X800G is a decent choice for most uses, but is best suited for people that like to watch TV during the day, or at night with the lights on. The IPS panel delivers wide viewing angles, which is great for watching the big game with a group of friends, or if you have a wide seating area. It has a fast response time and relatively low input lag.”

Product features:

  • The Sony X800G supports 4K resolution, HDR10 and Dolby Vision. For resolution below 4K, the TV employs Sony’s 4K X-Reality Pro engine.
  • The Sony X800G has an LCD screen.
  • The TV is compatible with both Google Home and Amazon Alexa, and employs Chromecast for easy streaming. You can also shop for your favorite content via Google Play.
  • Inputs include 4 HDMI, 3 USB, Component, Ethernet, and RF.


5. Samsung RU7100 Series

RTINGS says “The Samsung RU7100 is a good 4k LED TV that has decent overall picture quality. It can deliver deep blacks, thanks to the high native contrast ratio, and it is good for a dim room.”

Product features:

  • The Samsung RU7100 Series supports 4K resolution and HDR. For resolution below 4K, the TV employs Samsung’s upscaling engine.
  • The Samsung RU7100 Series has an edge-lit LED screen.
  • The TV employs an on-screen universal guide to find streaming content, OneRemote to control all compatible devices, smart speaker expandability with Alexa and Google Assistant compatibility.
  • Inputs include 3 HDMI, 2 USB, Component, and RF.


6. Samsung RU7300 Series

RTINGS says “The Samsung RU7300 is a good TV for most uses. It produces deep, uniform blacks, but lacks a local dimming feature. In SDR, it gets bright enough for most moderately-lit rooms and has decent reflection handling.”

Product features:

  • Samsung RU7300 Series is a curved-screen TV that supports 4K resolution and HDR. For resolution below 4K, the TV employs Samsung’s upscaling engine.
  • The Samsung RU7300 Series has an edge-lit LED screen.
  • The TV employs an on-screen universal guide to find streaming content, OneRemote to control all compatible devices, smart speaker expandability with Alexa and Google Assistant compatibility.
  • Inputs include 3 HDMI, 2 USB, Component, and RF.


7. Hisense H9F ULED

Product features:

  • Quantum dot color for vibrant imagery
  • Full Array Local Dimming
  • Runs on Android TV
  • 4 HDMI inputs
  • AI image processing