Buying a best tv in big screen and with no bugdet limit then , here we guide you the best smart led tv under £3500 in UK. More big-screen models coming out every year, those wanting to go above and beyond will likely be after one of the best 75-inch 4K TVs for their next home television. While a 75-inch TV may have seemed an pointless proposition even a couple of years ago, improved manufacturing processes and increased demand have made these giant screens more affordable and widespread than ever before.
First and foremost, be really careful about TV sales that sound too good to be true. If you see a 75-inch 4K TV for around $600, it’s probably going to let you down in terms of picture performance.
1. LG OLED77C8 The best 75-inch TV
Screen size: 75-inch | Tuner: Freeview Play & satellite HD | Resolution: 3840 x 2160 | Screen type: OLED | Smart TV: WebOS
- Excellent picture quality
- Comprehensive features
- Limited peak brightness for HDR
- No HDR10+ support
Is this the best smart TV out there? This 77-inch 4K OLED TV delivers amazing image quality, and even its huge size retains much of the streamlined minimalism LG’s C8 line-up is famous for. That’s despite it not being as bright as LCD and QLED TVs, and not supporting the HDR10+ standard. However, that lack of brightness results in lusciously deep blacks that dramatically increase the dynamic range of its images.
The roll-call doesn’t stop there either: vibrant colors, wide viewing angles, instant response times, amazing detail with native 4K content, and a WebOS platform that remains the best smart TV platform around all help the OLED77C8 standout from the crowd. Aesthetically, LG’s C8 Series of OLED TVs – also available in 55-inch and 65-inch sizes – go for size-zero looks, with a black metallic trim around the panel’s edge that’s just ridiculously small.
2. Samsung QE75Q9FN / QN75Q9FN
Screen size: 75-inch | Tuner: Twin Freeview HD| Resolution: 3840 x 2160 | Screen type: LED | Smart TV: Smart Hub| Dimensions: 1676 x 962 x 39 mm (W x H x D)
- Spectacular HDR picture quality
- Cutting-edge gaming features
- Limited viewing angles
- Over-ambitious in places
Is QLED as good as OLED? The jury is out on that one. It’s different, for sure; the full display LED backlighting on this 75-inch QLED TV can’t get near OLED for contrast not either black levels, but it’s higher peak brightness gives it an advantage for 4K HDR material. Hence, the colour volume created by the Q9FN is amazing, especially at this mighty size. Brighter and more colourful than the first-gen QLED TVs, the Q9FN has HDR10+ and Q HDR EliteMax.
Away from technology, it slips-up on styling. Despite an external connection box creating a one-cable TV, the basic chassis design both lacks wow factor, and is a little fat than it should be. We also noticed an problem with viewing angles that makes the Q9FN unsuitable for hanging on a wall at eye-line (not that you should be doing that anyway). Those foibles aside, this monster screen is still Samsung’s best TV ever.
3. Sony KD-75XF9005/XBR-75X900F 75-inch TV
Screen size: 75-inch | Tuner: Freeview HD | Resolution: 3840 x 2160 | Screen type: LCD | Smart TV: Android TV| Dimensions: 1447 x 829 x 69 mm (W x H x D)
- Excellent HDR & SDR picture quality
- Clean, open sound
- Android TV is frustrating
- Divisive design
OK, it looks a little weird. Sony’s decision to fit this 75-incher with two large feet gives it a slightly silly look that’s also impractical; who has a table that wide to put a TV on? Luckily, elsewhere the XF90 (called the X900F in the US) looks great, with a brushed metallic finish hiding some truly top tech for the money. Key is Sony’s decision to use a direct LED lighting system with local dimming, which helps create some serious quality, particularly during 4K HDR material.
Meanwhile, the effect of Sony’s X1 Extreme video processor is to remove noise so intensely that new levels of detail are revealed. On a big TV, that’s important. We also like the way the XF900 up-converts standard dynamic range (SDR) images to HDR. In fact, the only thing we’re really annoyed about on the XF90 is its use of Android TV as its smart TV system, which (Chromecasting aside) is both cluttered and confusing.
4. Hisense U9A (H75U9A) 75-inch TV
Screen size: 75-inch | Tuner: Freeview | Resolution: 3840 x 2160 | Screen type: OLED | Smart TV: Hisense VIDAA| Dimensions: 1677 x 1005 x 114 mm (W x H x D)
- Ultra bright
- Good sound quality
- Soft 4K pictures
- Washed out colours
A Chinese brand that’s been trying to break the UK and US markets in the past few years, this is Hisense’s flagship TV. Is it the best 75-inch TV around? No, but it makes a play for the top spot by offering full-array LED local dimming for its LCD panel, which means lots of brightness and good black levels. In fact, it’s so bright that 4K HDR material looks amazing. That’s probably more than can be said for its treatment of standard definition fare; ordinary upscaling that fails to clean-up the source, and some washed-out colours, are the low points.
Another minor complaint is the chassis, which despite a premium metallic finish is a little chunkier than it could be. However, with a soundbar tucked away in its desktop stand, there’s little to complain about when it comes to design. Solid audio reproduction – and at high volumes – is the final flourish on a TV that marks out Hisense as a serious AV brand to watch.
5. Hitachi 75HL16T64U 75-inch TV
Screen size: 75-inch | Tuner: Freeview Play | Resolution: 3840 x 2160 | Screen type: LCD | Smart TV: Yes | Dimensions: 684 x 960 x 70 (W x H x D)
- Incredible price
- Very sharp 4K pictures
- Unimpressive black levels
- Rather basic design
Hitachi’s huge ever TV – manufactured by Vestel – is not the best 75-incher around. In fact, it has some significant issues with its images. So why is it anywhere near out top five? Price, that’s why. The 75HL16T64U is on sale for the price a TV four times smaller cost just a few years ago, and if you’re after a budget home cinema, it’s the one to go for.
Does it look great? Not really; the 75HL16T64U’s faux-metallic plastic isn’t going to fool anyone, and the frame around the screen is pretty wide, too. This TV is all about practical pricing and design. YouTube and Netflix are here, though, and while black shades and dark colours don’t look great, and nor does HDR material, the 75HL16T64U does manage to make native 4K material look both pin-sharp and completely free of motion issues. Paired with a 4K Blu-ray player, the 75HL16T64U is a deal.
6. TCL 6-Series 75R617
Screen size: 75-inch| Resolution: 3840 x 2160 | Screen type: LCD | Smart TV: Yes (Roku TV) | Dimensions: 66.1 x 40.7 x 15.9 inches (W x H x D)
- Roku TV is great
- Bright colorful HDR
- Supports Dolby Vision
- Loss of darker details
- Limited motion settings
It was announced at CES 2019 that TCL’s awesome (and inexpensive) 6-Series would be getting a 75-inch version starting in 2019. The TV will offer Dolby Vision support, and comes with Roku TV as its smart platform.
While TCL’s 6-Series didn’t impress us quite as much as the other TVs on this list, it is a competitive screen at its price point, offering bright, colorful HDR and exceptionally clear images. If you have deep pockets and a checkbook filled with blank checks, we’d still tell you to reach deep and shell out for LG’s C8 OLED or Samsung’s ultra-bright Q9FN QLED. But, as that’s not always realistic, TCL’s fantastic 6-Series will provide you unusual performance at a price more folks can afford.