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The 6 Best 80-82-85 Inch TVs - Fall 2021 Reviews

The best 85 inch TV in the LED category is the Samsung QN85QN90AAFXZA. It's a high-end model that's packed with features and performs well in both dark and bright environments. We tested the 55 inch model, but the 85 inch version should perform the same. Unlike OLEDs, LED TVs don't suffer from the risk of permanent burn-in, so you won't have to worry about potentially damaging your screen.

Its stand-out feature is its Mini LED backlighting. This allows the TV to get extremely bright, and combined with its fantastic reflection handling, visibility shouldn't be an issue in the brightest of rooms. It displays a wide color gamut for HDR content, and highlights should pop thanks to its high peak brightness. It uses a VA panel with a high contrast ratio, but it's lower than most VA panel TVs due to Samsung's 'Ultra Viewing Angle' technology that's designed to improve the viewing angles. Luckily, it has a great full-array local dimming feature that further deepens any blacks, making it an excellent choice for dark room viewing.

Unfortunately, the local dimming performs a bit worse outside of Game Mode as it raises the black levels, so blacks look more gray than black. If that doesn't bother you, it offers a ton of gaming features like VRR support, a quick response time, and low input lag for a responsive gaming experience. Overall, this is the best 85 inch TV you can get with an LED panel.

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The best 80+ inch TVs bring you into the world of elite world home cinema – you get images close to the size of a projector screen, but in a form that's much simpler to set up, and that's easier to get the best possible picture quality from.

Among the best 80+ inch TVs, you'll find many of the best TVs in the world really showing off what they can do, including some of the best OLED TVs for the first time. If you have the budget, this is where the best 8K TVs really get to come into their own, because the extra resolution really gets a chance to shine at the biggest sizes.

There are lower-cost models that reach up to 85 inches too, but even then "lower-cost" is a relative term, because any TV of this size is going to require a proper financial investment. And not only that, but they'll need a major amount of space to fit them in, too – it's a huge increase from the best 65-inch TVs, and actually the difference from the best 75-inch TVs is more than you might expect.

Getting one of the best projectors is the most cost-effective alternative to a huge TV and actually enables you to go even bigger if needed (TVs become very rare and specialist above 85 inches), but TVs have certain advantages: they're more immediate, you don’t have to worry about the lifespan, and you can enjoy all the usual TV features such as broadcast tuners and smart platforms, and next-gen gaming friendly features. It's also easier to have a simple and effective sound system with a TV – either built-in speakers or one of the best soundbars.

More importantly, an 80+ inch HDR TV can deliver levels of peak brightness that projectors struggle to meet, allowing you to enjoy the full benefits of HDR. We've got a full TV vs projector guide here, if you want to know more about how the two technologies compete.

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Best 80+ inch TV: Is this the right size for you?

Unsurprisingly an 80+ inch TV is really large, and while such a screen could fit in a normal living room, it will probably dominate the space to an undesirable degree, unless you have a huge open space.

A TV this big should really be installed in a dedicated room, where it can take centre stage and its size won’t be an issue. Wall mounting is probably the best approach, but make sure the wall is load bearing and the bracket robust. 

You can theoretically sit up to 18 feet away, but given the increased resolution available these days you can sit much closer, making the experience more immersive. 

You should also consider investing in a multi-channel audio system, so there’s a big soundstage to accompany those impressive visuals. At the very least, take a look at the best soundbars – some give you Dolby Atmos sound with rear speakers, which is an experience to match the scale of your set.

Best 80+ inch TV: What to look for

The 80+ inch TV market is dominated by high-end models, including (but not limited to) the best 8K TVs, since the larger screen size benefits most from the increased resolution. However there are still excellent 80+ inch 4K TVs available – we do recommend going 8K if you're able, though.

There are both OLED and QLED screens available (as well as other forms of LCD), though this size range tends to be dominated by LCD currently. Very few of the best OLED TVs actually reach this scale, though more models are appearing in 2021.

As with any screen size you should be looking for HDR support, Dolby Atmos, state-of-the-art smart platforms, and gaming features ready for next-gen consoles, if you're so inclined – there's more info on these in our guide to the best gaming TVs. 

The most essential thing, when dealing with panels this large, is to have high-tech image processing to ensure that all content looks awesome on the big screen – when the picture is this big, you will see any imperfections, especially when upscaling from HD or (shudder) standard definition to 4K or higher.

Best 80+ inch TV: the list

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1. Samsung 85QN900A

The best 80+ inch TV, bringing masterful 8K and HDR images


Screen size: 85 inches

Other sizes available: 65, 75 inches


Reasons to buy

+Astounding dynamic range+Stunning 8K detail+HDMI 2.1 ready

Reasons to avoid

-OLED still does black levels slightly better-Elite price

When it comes to delivering spectacular images at a huge size, the Samsung QN900A is king. Its 8K resolution delivers phenomenal detail, while the next-gen Mini-LED panel is fantastically bright for HDR, but also delivers the best contrast we've seen from any Samsung TV so far.

The 8K screen uses AI upscaling to really make the most of all the pixels, and really does make 4K video look better than it would on a 4K TV of the same size. It's also capable of making even HD and SD video look solid on the giant screen, which is no mean feat.

It does this while also using its array of tiny LEDs to deliver incredible brightness for HDR realism, but it also features many more local dimming zones than any other model has, meaning that the precision with which it can show dark areas next to light areas is the best we've seen outside of OLED TVs.

Our full QN900A review said that it "raises the bar even higher, combining extreme brightness, colour and 8K sharpness with unprecedented levels of contrast and backlight control to produce the all-round most spectacular pictures I’ve seen on a TV that's remotely affordable."

It also has a bezel-free design that's spectacular to see, it offers excellent gaming features including HDMI 2.1, the smart TV platform is excellent, and it has speakers all around the edge, for positional audio.

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2. LG OLED83C1

The best 80+ inch OLED TV


Screen size: 83 inches

Other sizes available: 48, 55, 65, 77 inches

HDR: HDR10, Dolby Vision, HLG

Reasons to buy

+Excellent 4K image quality+Rich OLED HDR+Great features

Reasons to avoid

-No HDR10+-Mediocre sound quality

The LG C1 is the first OLED TV to be available at this kind of size, though several more will arrive soon. This is likely to remain the most affordable of them, though, but still offer superb image quality, including all the advantages of OLED.

OLED TVs don't require a backlight to generate the light for images, unlike LCD models – instead each pixel creates its own light. This means that they can control their own brightness individually, so OLED TVs are famed for how they can show incredible nuance in dark scenes, and how bright highlights can be right next to pitch-black areas, with no bleed between them. This makes the a favourite among cinephiles, because the accuracy is fantastic, as our full LG C1 review attests.

The LG C1 makes the most of all of this, with LG's latest-gen processing making sure that details are sharp and colour is accurate, while there are no digital artefacts in upscaled images – essential at this size.

The downside of OLED is that it can't go very bright, so while HDR looks wonderful on it because of the infinite darkness it can achieve, it can appear washed out if there's lots of bright light in your room. In controlled environments, it doesn't matter so much.

On top of all this, you can add complete HDMI 2.1 support for gaming, and a really comprehensive and easy-to-use smart TV platform, plus Dolby Vision HDR support (which Samsung doesn't offer). The sound isn't very special, but you were planning to add separate speakers anyway, right?

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3. Samsung 85AU7100

The cheapest 80+ inch OLED TV worth buying


Screen size: 85 inches

Other sizes available: 43, 50, 55, 58, 65, 70, 75 inches


Reasons to buy

+Incredibly low price for the size+Great design+Good colours and detail

Reasons to avoid

-No Dolby Vision-Not very bright-Weaker upscaling than pricier models

If you want this size of TV for the lowest price, this is the model to look to. This is Samsung entry-level 4K TV model, and it comes in pretty much any size that TVs come in, including this giant-sized one.

It's not QLED, so it doesn't include the dazzling brightness and extra-rich colours that those sets are known for, but when it comes to visual bang for buck, Samsung's entry-level TVs are pretty much unbeaten. HDR performance is appealing overall, contrast is pretty solid, and there's a good amount of detail with 4K sources.

The processing isn't as advanced as higher-end sets, and this means that you'll see the issues with its upscaling from lower-res visuals at this size, as well as imperfections in motion handling. But again, it does all this as well as anything at this price can be expected to – it's not bad at all, it's just pushing the limits of the budget.

If your focus is going big for the minimum price possible, look no further – you won't find better image quality for the money than this.

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4. Samsung 85QN95A

The best 85-inch 4K LED TV


Screen size: 85 inches

Other sizes available: 65, 75 inches


Reasons to buy

+Astounding Mini-LED HDR performance+Excellent smart platform+Top-tier gaming features

Reasons to avoid

-No Dolby Vision or Atmos-Not 8K

This is Samsung's highest-end 4K TV of 2021, and though it gives up 8K levels of detail, you get plenty in exchange: it's much cheaper than a flagship 8K, naturally, but it also uses Samsung's next-gen 'Neo QLED' panel, which uses Mini-LEDs for its backlight. Why is that good? The LEDs are 40 times smaller than the lights used before, which means Samsung can pack in more of them, which a) enables huge levels of HDR brightness in a thinner panel; and b) means you have much finer control over local dimming of the backlight, so contrast is improved over previous models.

The result is simply incredible image quality, especially when it comes to the range colours and light levels that HDR offers. You get pretty much the least amount of blooming from light areas to dark that we've ever seen, which is obviously essential if you're using this as a home cinema screen, in a darkened room.

The latest version of Samsung's processing is up to the task of putting images on a huge screen, too – it handles the detail of native 4K as well as anything else on the market, and its upscaling from HD to 4K is simply brilliant, especially from a high-quality source such as a Blu-ray, though it's no slouch with streaming sources either.

Built-in audio quality is even impressive, with speakers around the edges of the screen providing more width and height to sound than most TVs can muster. It's no replacement for a proper sound system, but if you do want this as a standard living room TV, the audio is pretty good.

It's also one of the best TVs in the world for gaming, thanks to having four HDMI 2.1 ports, which means it's ready for the 4K 120Hz images and Variable Refresh Rate support of next-gen consoles. Samsung has also introduced a new 'Game Bar' interface, which helps you to get the lowest lag rates possible, and to see exactly what settings you're running.

Finally, the design is just astounding. It's so incredibly thin, and there's just a single cable from the panel itself, which leads to a separate One Connect box. This is where all your HDMIs etc go, and can be hidden in a TV unit or similar, with a tiny lead taking video and power to the screen itself. This means it looks fantastic and tidy no matter whether you wall mount it or keep it on its minimalist stand. Read our full Samsung QN95A review for more on why we rate this fantastic set so highly.

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5. Sony XH90/X900H

The best 80+ inch 4K TV balancing price and visual spectacle


Screen size: 85 inches

Other sizes available: 55, 65, 75 inches

HDR: HDR10, Dolby Vision, HLG

Reasons to buy

+Great, punchy HDR brightness+Strong detail and upscaling+HDMI 2.1 features

Reasons to avoid

-No HDR10+-Android TV is a bit in-your-face

If you want to dive into some big-screen action but don't have the budget for the top-end TVs here, Sony's mid-range KD-85XH9096 (UK)/XBR-85X900H (US) is an excellent balance of image quality and size. It offers arguably the best detail of TVs in its price range, which is crucial when you're going BIG. It makes the most of the sharpness of 4K video, and its upscaling of HD is really impressive. Importantly, it also handles motion really well – again, at big sizes, any judder when watching movies is especially jarring, and good smoothing on sports helps to stop it looking smeary when action is fast (again, something more noticeable at larger sizes).

You get a great helping of HDR dazzle here, too – it can't match the brightness of more expensive models, but again its among the best of its price range. Dolby Vision support really makes the most of its full colour and contrast range, and it's also the best TV in its class for punching up SDR content to look closer to HDR.

Add in some extra features, such as better audio than most TVs, and support for HDMI 2.1 features on two ports (including 4K 120Hz now, with VRR promised for an update), and you've got a TV that's designed to be the complete package.

The Android Smart TV software is comprehensive for streaming services, which is the most important thing, but isn't quite as slick or intuitive as the software on the Samsungs, but that's a minor gripe overall. Our full Sony XH90/X900H review goes deeper into why this such a great TV.


Best 85-inch TVs in 2021

The best 85-inch TVs prove what you probably already think – that nothing makes an impression quite like a really big TV. Whether it's for enjoying the big game, getting huge with the latest game console, or just enjoying a cinematic experience in your home theater, the sheer size of an 85-inch 4K smart TV will let you get the most immersive viewing experience. An 85-inch TV will blow you away – if you pick the right one.

While not as common as 65-inch or 75-inch TVs, the best TV brands all offer 85-inch TVs with flagship features to match any of the best 4K TVs, such as high-dynamic range (HDR) for great contrast and color and 120Hz refresh rates for crisp motion. They all include smart platforms, with apps for your favorite streaming services so you don’t need a separate streaming device. And while 85-inch TVs tend to be more expensive than their smaller siblings, you can sometimes find a great deal to make it worth it. 

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Before you spend thousands of dollars on an 85-inch TV, make sure you have space for it and can sit far enough away to properly enjoy it. The general guidelines for viewing distance for a 4K 85-inch TV are the TV should be 10-12 feet from where you sit. 

85-inch Black Friday TV deals

Black Friday deals are on the way, and there's already a solid array of discounts available. While most sales will be focused on popular TV sizes, like the best Black Friday 65-inch TV deals, but there will definitely be a few sales for big screen sizes. Be sure to check out our Black Friday TV deals page for all the latest sales to make sure you get a great TV in time for the holiday season.

What are the best 85-inch TVs?

We don’t usually test 85-inch TVs specifically, but more often focus on the 65-inch versions that have the same or similar features and performance. When a manufacturer makes a great 65-inch TV, we expect the similar 85-inch model will be just as good, so we've based our picks for these TVs on our experience with the smaller versions. 

Not all of the best TVs are available in 85 inches, so your choices are more limited if you’ve decided on this size versus a 65- or 75-inch TV. But there are still some great TVs to choose from. 

Our top pick is the Samsung QN90A Neo QLED TV (QN85QN90AAFXZA) – the winner of the 2021 Tom's Guide Award for Best TV. It has every feature you want in a top-of-the-line TV, such as 120Hz refresh rate and HDMI 2.1. Most importantly its Neo QLED screen rivals OLED TVs for intense color and deep blacks, while producing an incredibly bright picture with mini-LED backlighting. That makes it an excellent TV for sunny rooms and watching TV in the daytime. It’s also a great TV for gamers since it has low lag time and supports the best features of the latest game consoles. 

If you want that same giant screen size without the equally-huge price, then the TCL 4-Series Roku TV (85S435) is our value pick for 85-inch models. It delivers great 4K performance and decent HDR support, not to mention reliably excellent Roku TV smarts, and does it all for less than some smaller premium 4K TVs.

The best 85-inch TVs in 2021

1. Samsung QN90A Neo QLED TV (QN85QN90AAFXZA)

A flagship TV with a gorgeous picture


Screen size: 85 inches

Screen type: QLED

Refresh rate: 120Hz

HDMI ports: 4 (1 ARC, 1 HDMI 2.1)

Size: 74.5 x 42.6 x 1.1 inches

Weight: 98.1 pounds

Reasons to buy

+Beautiful, thin design+Neo QLED delivers incredible brightness+Impressive anti-glare abilities+New solar-chargeable remote

Reasons to avoid

-Visible blooming at times-Just one HDMI 2.1 port-No Dolby Vision support

The Samsung QN90A Neo QLED TV combines Samsung's highly refined quantum dot technology with the tight control of mini-LED backlighting, resulting in one of the best TV displays you'll ever see. Brilliant color and unmatched brightness make for superb performance, and Samsung pairs that with a bounty of smart TV functions and genuinely intelligent features, like a solar-powered remote control that eliminates the need to swap out batteries – delivering eco-friendly design and unbeaten convenience at the same time.

The whole thing is packed into a gorgeous 1-inch-thick design that contains a huge array of smart features, potent Dolby Atmos sound and some of the best performance we've ever seen. HDMI 2.1 connectivity comes standard, along with gamer-friendly features and impressive 12.6-millisecond lag time for an unparalleled gaming experience. It's the best 85-inch TV we've seen this year, and the winner of the 2021 Tom's Guide Award for Best TV, and a second award as the best gaming TV of the year.

Read our full Samsung QN90A Neo QLED TV review.

2. TCL 4-Series Roku TV (85S435)

A big screen, with big savings


Screen size: 85 inches

Screen Type: LED

Refresh Rate: 60 Hz

HDMI ports: 3 HDMI 2.1 (1 ARC)

Size: 74.9 x 43.1 x 3.9 inches

Weight: 101.4 pounds

Reasons to buy

+Excellent value-priced 4K+Good color fidelity+Solid Roku skills

Reasons to avoid

-No Dolby Vision support-Minimal sound adjustments-Picture adjustments are difficult to find

The 85-inch TCL 4 Series Roku TV 85S435 is one of the best TV values you'll find in any size. It has good color accuracy and supports HDR10 — but not Dolby Vision — for improved contrast. It uses Roku’s system software, which provides one of the best smart TV experiences available and has plenty of apps to choose from. With a low lag time of 14 milliseconds, this set also will handle fast-paced gaming well. And with a price of $1,599 it's one of the most affordable 85-inch TVs we've seen.

In exchange for the great price, the TCL 4 Series is missing a few features that more expensive TVs deliver. It lacks local dimming, so the HDR performance isn’t as good as it could be. It also has weak speakers, with little bass and limited power. If this is going to be your main TV, consider adding a soundbar to overcome the sound issues.

Read our full TCL 4-Series Roku TV (S435) review

3. Sony Bravia X800H Android TV (XBR-85X800H)

An affordable big screen with Android TV


Screen Type: LCD

Refresh Rate: 60 Hz

HDR support: Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG

HDMI ports: 4 HDMI (1 ARC)

Size: 74.9 x 42.9 x 2.9 inches

Weight: 97.2 pounds

Reasons to buy

+Bright and sharp picture+Wide viewing angles+Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos

Reasons to avoid

-Clunky remote-Average color accuracy

For a basic Android TV with a big screen, we love the Sony Bravia X800H. It may not have QLED or the latest features seen on newer models, but the 2020 Sony can be had for ultra-affordable prices, even in this largest size. Boasting Android TV and all of the attendant features, like integrated Google Assistant and Chromecast, wide app selection, built-in content recommendations and plenty of customization options, it's a solid smart TV at any size or price.

Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos sound deliver very good performance, and the set produced strong brightness and color quality for being a standard LCD model. Really, our only big problem with the X800H is that the remote is a little clunky. But if you want a quality smart TV for a reasonable price, the 85-inch Sony Bravia X800H is a solid choice.

Read our full Sony Bravia X800H review.

4. Vizio P-Series Quantum X (P85QX-H1)

Performance without the high price tag


Screen size: 85 inches

Screen type: LCD

Refresh rate: 120Hz

HDMI ports: 4 (1 ARC, 4 HDMI 2.1)

Size: 75 x 43 x 3 inches

Weight: 101 pounds

Reasons to buy

+Deep blacks and high brightness+Low lag time and VRR support+More affordable than many 85-inch TVs

Reasons to avoid

-Narrowing viewing angles-Weak sound

You can have a giant, beautiful TV without getting a second mortgage. The Vizio P-Series Quantum X (P85QX-H1) lists for around $3,000 and you can find it for less than that when it goes on sale. You won’t give up much when you save: the P-Series Quantum X produces great colors and contrast thanks to its full-array backlight and Dolby Vision and HDR10+ support. It has more local dimming zones than last year’s model, too. Gamers will love its 120Hz refresh rate at 4K on two of the HDMI ports, low lag time and support for VRR, AMD Freesync and Nvidia G Sync. 

While Vizio’s SmartCast OS isn’t as slick as those found in other premium sets, it is better than it used to be. However, one area where the P-Series Quantum X can’t compete with the Samsung Q60T or Sony X950H is sound: the Vizio definitely wants for a soundbar to be added to overcome its audio limitations. The P-Series Quantum X also doesn’t do well when you’re viewing it too far from center. 

5. Sony X900H Series Android TV (XBR-85X900H)

A mid-priced TV that gamers will love


Screen size: 85 inches

Screen type: LCD

Refresh rate: 120Hz

HDMI ports: 4 (1 ARC, 2 HDMI 2.1)

Size: 74.9 x 42.9 x 2.9 inches

Weight: 100.9 pounds

Reasons to buy

+Bright with good contrast and color+Low lag time+HDMI 2.1 ports

Reasons to avoid

-Limited viewing angles-VRR and ALLM support not active yet

The Sony X900H Series Android TV hits a sweet spot for features and price in an 85-inch TV. While it can’t beat its pricier sibling, the X950H, in terms of picture quality, it still shines with excellent color and contrast thanks to its full-array backlight with local dimming. It supports Dolby Vision and HDR10 and makes the most of those HDR technologies. For gaming, it outshines the X950H: its HDMI 2.1 ports can support ALLM and VRR — or will when a pending firmware update comes through. Paired with a low lag time, this might be the giant TV you want to go with your PS5 or Xbox Series X, if you’re okay with waiting for the update. 

The Sony X900H Series Android TV isn't quite as bright as some of the TVs higher on this list, but it’s still bright enough for most uses. As with other Sony TVs, it employs Android TV as its smart OS, which means you get a ton of apps and Google Assistant built in. It’s biggest downside is that the picture quality fades when you view it away from center.

6. Samsung Q70T 4K QLED TV (QN85Q70TAFXZA)

A solid and affordable QLED TV


Screen size: 85 inches

Screen type: QLED

Refresh rate: 120Hz

HDMI ports: 4 (1 ARC, 1 HDMI 2.1)

Size: 74.7 x 42.6 x 2.4 inches

Weight: 104.7 pounds

Reasons to buy

+Crisp picture and vivid colors+Deep black levels+Multiple voice assistants

Reasons to avoid

-Some dimming at edges-Weak audio

If you’re set on a QLED TV but don’t want to pay the premium for the Samsung Q90T, the Samsung Q70T 4K QLED TV offers many of the same advantages for considerably less. Its QLED screen delivers vivid colors and deep blacks, and details are particularly crisp. As with other Samsung TVs, it doesn’t support Dolby Vision but it does handle HDR10+. And you get Samsung’s excellent Tizen smart OS along with support for several voice assistants: Samsung’s Bixby, Amazon’s Alexa and Google Assistant. 

The Samsung Q70T 4K QLED TV uses a dual LED backlight instead of the full array found in the other TVs on this list; as a result it has some issues with viewing angles and dimming at the edges of the screen. Gamers won’t be impressed with its lag time, but will appreciate its HDMI 2.1 support. 

Read our Samsung Q70T review.

7. Hisense H65G Series Android TV (85H6570G)

Bargain large TV without many frills


Screen size: 85 inches

Screen type: LCD

Refresh rate: 60Hz

HDMI ports: 4 (1 ARC)

Size: 74.8 x 43.1 x 3.3 inches

Weight: 112 pounds

Reasons to buy

+Deep blacks and good contrast+Inexpensive

Reasons to avoid

-Not very bright-Tinny sound

When you really want a huge TV but you can’t find $3,000 or more in your bank account, the Hisense H65G Series Android TV is the one for you. With a list price of $1,700 — and currently available for $1,499 — you can fill your room with a screen for the same money that a premium 55- or 65-inch TV would cost. You’ll still get very good picture quality; the H65G produces rich contrast and excellent black levels. 

What you won’t get is great HDR performance because of its limited brightness. The TV also has a 60Hz refresh rate, where most premium TVs crank out 120Hz. It has a relatively high lag time and doesn’t support the latest gaming tech, meaning gamers may want to spend more on a TV that has HDMI 2.1. And you’ll want a soundbar to overcome its poor built-in speakers. But as far as bargains go, the Hisense H65G Series Android TV is best you’ll find in an 85-inch TV. 

How to choose the best 85-inch TVs for you

When looking for an 85-inch TV, follow our TV Buying Guide tips. If you put some thought into what you need from a TV, you’ll be able to enjoy your purchase for years to come. 

Size: First, decide if you’re locked into an 85-inch model. You’ll find more options in 65- and 75-inch models and often better values.

And remember to fit the TV to the room it's in. For an 85-inch 4K TV, you'll be dealing with a TV that measures 75 inches across, and you'll want to be sitting at least 85 inches from the set to get a good viewing experience. (Learn more in our article What size TV should you buy?)

Price: Expect to pay anywhere from $1,700 to $5,000 for these 85-inch TVs, although you may be able to find some models on steep discount if you buy at the right time, like around the Super Bowl or Black Friday.

Installation: Plan to have at least one extra set of hands around when setting up an 85-inch TV; all the TVs on this list weigh more than 100 pounds and are really large.

But don't rule out wall mounting. The models here will work with standard VESA mounting brackets, including the best TV mounts.

Ports and features: All these TVs have four HDMI ports, which is generally the most you’ll find on any TV, and several have at least one port that supports HDMI 2.1, the latest standard. If you plan to use a sound bar, pick a TV that supports HDMI ARC, which lets you connect to the soundbar with a single cable. You may also want a TV that supports Bluetooth so you can listen on your headphones without disturbing people around you. 

If you're still narrowing down your TV shopping by brand, price range or screen size, check out our picks for the best TVs in each.

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The best TVs under $1000 | The best TVs under $500

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Michael Gowan covers soundbars, TVs, portable speakers and other audio- and video-related topics for Tom’s Guide. He’s written about music and technology for more than 20 years for a raft of publications including Wired, Men’s Journal, PC World and Macworld. When he’s not reviewing speakers, he’s probably listening to one anyway. 


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