Best 65 inch TV Buying Guide: Welcome to What Hi-Fi?'s round-up of the best 65 inch TVs you can buy in 2019.
Don't be afraid: bigger is better. As the quality of content at our disposal improves, with more pixels being pushed out by TV broadcasters, streaming services and Blu-ray discs, it's worth getting a bigger screen to make the most out of it.
HD and now 4K video means you can sit closer to your TV, while smaller bezels ensure your screen real estate can be bigger without having to handle a bigger TV footprint. No wonder 65 inch TVs have risen in popularity.
Below you'll find our pick of the best 65 inch 4K TVs, including LCD, OLED and QLED models featuring LG, Samsung and Sony, and offering support for HDR video, Amazon Prime, Netflix, catch-up TV apps, and much more besides.
Samsung has pulled out all the stops for its 2019 4K TV range, and the Q90R QLED sufficiently raises the bar on previous models. This 65-inch Q90R is a backlit TV that goes almost as black as an OLED and has OLED-like viewing angles, while retaining the Samsung QLED advantage of greater brightness. It also boasts brilliantly judged colours and excellent dark detail, not to mention an excellent operating system packed with apps. Better than OLED? It's mighty close.
Read the full Samsung QE65Q90R review
Just below Sony's Master Series is this 65 inch LCD cracker. What this TV offers is a very watchable and forgiving picture with wonderfully balanced colours, superb detail and simply the best motion processing tech around at the moment. It's smooth and sharp and without either flicker or any of the ‘soap opera effect’.
It's exceptionally bright and vibrant for the price. It may not have the black levels, viewing angles or extreme contrast abilities of the far more expensive Samsung QLEDs and LGs OLEDs but you simply will not find such a beautifully performing TV without paying much, much more. Full marks.
Read the full Sony KD-65XG9505 review
Another great Sony 4K TV. This midrange TV combines some of the best features of the top-end with a price that’s affordable to more people. Strong colours, smooth motion processing, impressive black levels. It may not be a bells and whistles OLED, but this Sony LCD set is a great all-round option. And look at that price for a 65-inch TV.
Read the full Sony KD-65XF9005 review
Within the C8's elegant table-top stand lies a wide, recessed and ridged channel that helps direct the sound from the downward-firing speakers out towards the listener. The speakers and the TVs connections (including four HDMIs) are all contained inside a wide, chunky enclosure that takes up around a quarter of the TV’s back panel. This 65-inch TV has support for HDR 10 and Dolby Vision, too. Ultimately there's a jaw-dropping level of detail and clarity on show here, with punchy bright whites and colours, good viewing angles, and decent motion processing.
Read the full LG OLED65C8PLA review
Sony's flagship Master Series OLED TV aims to get closer to the content creator's intention than ever before. And it does a mighty fine job of doing so. If the combination of brilliant motion processing, excellent detail levels and impressive upscaling isn't enough to convince you to give this TV an audition, the Sony KD-65AF9 has an extra trick up its sleeve: Its next-gen acoustic surface tech delivers some of the most impressive sounds we've ever heard from a flatscreen TV. You can even use the TV as the centre speaker in a surround sound system thanks to the standard speaker terminals on its rear.
Read the full Sony KD-65AF9 review