Best LED TVs Under $2,000By Reviewed.com Staff
Walk into any electronics store and you'll be greeted by a gigantic wall of TVs. Figuring out which one is right for you can be a little intimidating, especially when you start considering things like smart platforms, 4K resolution, and picture size.
You can check out our in-depth TV buying guide for all the details, but if you're just looking for a great TV that won't break the bank, the info you need is right here.
These are our recommendations for the best TVs under $2,000. If that number's too rich for your blood, don't fret; many of our picks cost quite a bit less, or can be bought in a smaller size for a smaller price tag. Want to learn more about any particular model? Just click through to the full review.
Updated April 06, 2017
Samsung's KS8000 is an outstanding option if you're looking for blazing bright, colorful HDR performance and don't mind giving up the advantages of full-array local dimming. While its edge-lit backlighting occasionally creates shadow tone aberrations, it's an otherwise stellar performer dressed in a sleek silver suit and polished to a sheen.
If you (smartly) want to stay at pace with 4K content; Dolby Vision media via streaming and disc playback; and 4K/UHD Blu-rays with HDR10, the M Series does it all at a very nice price. More traditional users may not be huge fans of the Android tablet SmartCast system, but this one should be any future-proofers radar for sure.
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While they're definitely not the most impressive HDR sets on the market, taken as semi-affordable 4K options the KU7000 series is a solid choice, boasting ample brightness, good color saturation/accuracy, and (mostly) good motion handling. They're a great choice if you're sure you want quality 4K and don't mind a little HDR on the side.
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This isn't the TV to buy if you're looking for really impressive HDR performance. It's not very bright, and the added color saturation doesn't extend much beyond standard performance. However, for a slice of all the snazzy new 4K/HDR content out there, the KU6300 won't hold you back—and it looks great playing everything else.