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Best 75-Inch TV

We recommend the best 75-inch 4K TVs—including some sweet TV bundle deals.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2022 are history, but you can still get a good deal on a new 75-inch smart TV. We think the Samsung QN90B (QN75QN90BAFXZA)

is the best 75-inch TV overall because of its price, picture quality, and many features. The TCL 5-Series 75S555 Roku TV is the best 75-inch TV under $1,000, offering a great picture and the Roku operating system, which supports tons of streaming TV apps.

Finally, we’ve found two of the best 75-inch TV deals on Amazon—QN90B bundles where you can save 41% ($48) on a Mackie CR-STEALTHBAR soundbar or get a free SteelSeries Stratus-Duo video game controller.

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SAMSUNG QN90B: Best 75-Inch TV

The 55" Samsung QN90B

The Samsung QN90B (QN90BQN90BAFXZA).

I love my 55-inch Samsung QN90A—but I wish I’d bought a larger version. Well, the 2022 version of this Samsung Neo QLED TV—the Samsung QN90B (QN75QN90BAFXZA) is essentially the same TV and, incidentally, the best 75-inch 4K TV we’ve found. Unfortunately, it’s expensive.

At $2,597.99, the 75-inch QN90B is twice the price of the 55-inch version. That’s not an outrageous price for a higher-end 75-inch TV, but $2,600 would buy two 55-inch QN90Bs. You have to wonder if the larger screen—while desirable—is worth it.

Pro tip: Before getting your heart set on the best 75-inch TV, check our Viewing Distance Calculator to see if a 75-inch screen is too small, too large, or just right for your room.

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With its Neo QLED display (with mini-LED technology), 4K resolution, and Quantum HDR 32x, the QN90B delivers outstandingly detailed, colorful, high-contrast picture quality at any size. The only way it gets better is when it gets bigger. If that’s what your heart wants and your wallet can handle, the 75-inch QN90B is probably worth it.

The QN90B’s many features help support that reasoning. Dolby Atmos, Object Tracking Sound+, and the Real Depth Enhancer add striking 3D audio for multisensory immersion. If you’re a gamer, FreeSync Premium Pro reduces gaming lag, Eye Comfort Mode prevents watery-eyed fatigue, and a webcam enables video calls.

The TV also includes hundreds of free live TV channels with the Samsung TV Plus streaming TV service, and it can run many of your other favorite subscription streaming TV apps, including Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, Disney+, HBO Max™, Hulu, Netflix, Peacock, and many more.

TCL 5-Series 75S555 QLED Roku TV: Best 75-inch TV under $1,000

The TCL 5-Series 75" (75S555) Roku TV

The TCL 5-Series 75S555 Roku TV.

Most 75-inch TVs under $1,000 are in the lower to middle range, quality-wise, so don’t expect oodles of features or the latest technology from these TVs. But there are some solid budget 75-inch TVs, like the TCL 5-Series 75S555 Roku TV—our pick for the best 75-inch TV under $1,000.

The 75S555 lacks a few desirable features. Its QLED display (but without the newer mini-LED tech behind it), 4K resolution, HDR Pro Pack (with Dolby Vision, HDR10, HDR10+, and HLG), and AI upscaling produces a clear, bright, colorful picture. But the 75S555 lacks an HDMI 2.1 port, which we recommend for 4K UHD movies and gaming consoles.

Gamers will like the TV’s Auto Game Mode—it starts blasting away at latency whenever it detects a connected, compatible gaming console. They’ll also appreciate the 75S555’s variable refresh rate support, but perhaps not the native 60Hz refresh rate (120Hz is ideal). It’s not a perfect gaming TV, but it’s no slouch.

The 75S555’s Roku operating system is a pleasure to use, putting a slew of free and subscription-based streaming channels at your fingertips—which you can easily access with the included Roku voice remote or Alexa, Google Assistant, or Siri compatibility.

About the price, though: The TCL 5-Series 75S555 Roku TV’s suggested retail price is $999.99. We know that’s only just technically under $1,000, but the 75S555 is currently only $899.99 from Amazon or Best Buy.

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Best 75-Inch TV deals

SAMSUNG QN90B with Mackie CR-STEALTH soundbar

If you seek the best 75-inch TV deal, we found two for you.

Movie lovers and TV series binge-watchers should check out Amazon’s Samsung QN90B bundle that includes a Mackie CR-STEALTH soundbar for $2,667.98. In the bundle, the Mackie soundbar (regularly $117.99) is 41% off—a savings of $48.

The Samsung QN90B with Mackie CR-STEALTH soundbar

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SAMSUNG QN90B with SteelSeries Stratus-Duo Controller

If you already have a soundbar or surround sound system and are also a gamer, there’s another QN90B bundle that comes with a gaming controller. The SteelSeries Stratus-Duo is compatible with Android, Chromebook, Steam, VR, Windows, and even Xbox—no console necessary.

A Stratus-Duo controller costs $59.99, and this Amazon bundle is only $2,597.99—that’s the TV price alone, so enjoy that free controller.

The Samsung QN90B with the SteelSeries Stratus-Duo gaming controller

The 75″ Samsung QN90B (QN90BQN75BAFXZA) with the SteelSeries Stratus-Duo gaming controller.

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