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Top 5 UltraHD 4K TVs with at least 75" Diagonal Size

In this post we gathered the best 4K UltraHD Smart TVs with panels measuring at least 75 inches diagonally. If you own a big home and you are looking to purchase an excellent TV in order to properly enjoy your off days, then the response is to go big every time.

The large TVs are starting to enter the mainstream and these units are getting more popular with each day that passes. The technology used to build these TVs has made huge leaps and we can get crystal clear picture even on TVs that are almost as big as a wall in our houses. Below you can find some of the models that

77" Sony MASTER Series A9G UltraHD 4K

Size
77"
Panel
OLED
Refresh Rate
120 Hz
Min Response Time
1 ms
HDR
Dolby Vision HDR10 HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma)
Screen Aspect Ratio
16:9
Screen Resolution
3840 x 2160

The Sony A9G 77" model comes with an OLED 4K UltraHD HDR screen and Android TV as its OS, so you will get the best apps and features for your home. This TV comes with the Picture Processor X1 Ultimate in order to deliver crisp and excellent picture quality. The Sound-from-Picture technology offered by this TV sends sound your way right from the middle of the screen towards your way - this is possible due to Acoustic Surface Audio+ consisting of two actuators and two small subwoofers.

Sony and Netflix have also partnered together to add a Netflix Calibrated Mode, so that your TV will play all that Netflix content at the highest quality possible. Also, this Sony A9G is IMAX Enhanced, and it also provides Dolby Vision + Dolby Atmos technologies. The design used for this model is also great, as it offers a stand that's very low making the TV panel look like it's floating. Also, you can choose to mount it on your wall using Sony's own wall mount, a bracket that allows you to place it really close to the wall and make the TV look like it is incorporated into it.

75" VIZIO Quantum X PX75-G1 4K UltraHD

Size
75"
Panel
VA
Refresh Rate
120 Hz
HDR
Dolby Vision HDR10 HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma)
Screen Aspect Ratio
16:9
Screen Resolution
3840 x 2160

The Quantum X PX75-G1 TV comes with UltraBright 2700 technology, Quantum Color, 480 local dimming zones and a 4K UltraHD with Dolby Vision HDR resolution. The built-in OS is the SmartCast 3.0, which should allow you to connect the TV with any other smart device you have in your house. Also, just like all the other TVs in this post, this TV comes with support for Apple Airplay 2.

The Vizio Quantum X PX75-G1 TV comes with 5x HDMI ports, one Ethernet slot, 1 USB port, 1 component, TV Tuner, ARC output, digital and analog audio out. This model has over 1 billion colors and a dynamic contrast ratio of 50M:1. Also, Vizio lists 240Hz as its effective refresh rate. The Audio speakers used on this model are measuring 15W. This TV offers great picture quality, good motion handling and great SmartTV features, so you won't go wrong with buying it.

LG OLED77C9

Size
77"
Panel
OLED
Refresh Rate
120 Hz
Min Response Time
1 ms
HDR
Dolby Vision HDR10 HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma)
Screen Aspect Ratio
16:9
Screen Resolution
3840 x 2160

LG continues to impress and this year they rolled out the LG C9 OLED 4K UltraHD TV that builds on the success of last year's LG C8. It comes with a 77-inch screen that uses LG α9 Gen 2 Intelligent image processor, and it is capable of displaying the highest resolution without any issues. The LG AI ThinQ technology uses self-lit pixels that should offer perfect blacks and vivid colors for you to not worry about changing any color settings.

The LG 77" C9 TV offers excellent dark room picture quality, which may be the best when compared with the other TV we listed in this post. The wide viewing angles are fantastic. Another cool thing about this model is that it comes with the latest HDMI 2.1 port, something that the Sony model lacks. If you're a gamer you should know that you can connect this TV with your PC and your console and get very low input lag, and a decent response time. NOTE: it can run games at 120Hz only in Full HD resolution, while 4K is capped at 60Hz when gaming.

75" Samsung Q90R QLED UltraHD 4K

Size
75"
Panel
VA
Refresh Rate
120 Hz
HDR
HDR10 HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma) HDR10+ Quantum HDR 2000
Screen Aspect Ratio
16:9
Screen Resolution
3840 x 2160

The Q90R 75-inch TV by Samsung comes with Direct Full Array 16X, Quantum Processor 4K, ultra viewing angle, Quantum HDR16X technology, and other small features that are making its picture look perfect no matter what media you're watching on it. This TV also comes with an Intelligent Mode that will adapt automatically the sound and brightness to a level that matches the conditions in your room.

Samsung 75" Q90R also comes with All-in-one OneRemote that can be used to control all the devices that are connected to your TV. It comes with support for Google Assistant, Alexa, Apple TV, AirPlay 2 and Bixby support. Just like the LG, Vizio and Sony models above, the Samsung Q90R also offers great gaming mode, as you can use its Real Game Enhancer and AMD FreeSync technologies in order to enjoy your favorite games just like you would normally when using a gaming monitor.

75" TCL 6-Series R617 4K UltraHD Roku TV

Size
75"
Panel
VA
Refresh Rate
60 Hz
HDR
HDR10 Dolby Vision
Screen Aspect Ratio
16:9
Screen Resolution
3840 x 2160

For those of you who are looking to get a cheaper model, but still want to purchase a TV that feels premium, then you can get the R617 75" model from TCL. This TV comes with 4K UltraHD resolution, Dolby Vision HDR, contrast control zones, NBL Photon Technology that offers wide color gamut, RokuTV smart features, enhanced remote with voice control support, HDMI 2.0, and Google assistant and Alexa support.

This TCL 6-Series R617 also offers support for gaming, due to it having a low input lag, decent response time, and great motion handling. The TV comes with good blacks when in a dark room and it uses a very minimalist design with thin bezels. This model isn't the slimmest of the bunch, but TCL has made a good job when they designed the device due to its panel being incorporated into a sleek metal frame that doesn't pop out too much.

These were all the models we had for you. Keep in mind that all the info above is purely subjective and that we know that all the models above are pretty close in terms of performance, but we still though it would be great to have five of the best TVs listed in such a guide.

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