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Looking to upgrade your TV this spring? Whether you're searching for an app-connected device or something to rival a standard theater, there's something on sale to fit the bill. So get your comfy pants on and get ready to binge your Netflix faves well into summer (and beyond).
We've rounded up a slew of the best deals out there this week. Here are some retailers offering sales aplenty:
Amazon $400-plus off on a 55" LG? A 32" in RCA for just $200? A 75" inch TCL beast for just $712. That's just the proverbial tip of the iceberg at the online megaretailer.
Samsung In addition to stunning markdowns on midrange sets and TV-soundbard combos, you can save literally thousands of dollars on their highest-end models right now.
Walmart Markdowns on Hisense and Onn sets are a particular draw righ now, but you're sure to find a deal on all your fave brands, given Walmart's sprawling inventory.
Target With its array of under-$200 offerings, here's the place to take aim at that second set you've been eyeing for a bedroom, dorm room or kitchen.
If you'd like some more, um, targeted recommendations, here are a few particular deals we're partial to. So have a look, click your pick and make sure you're viewing in style.
Amazon Fire TV 50" 4-Series 4K UHD smart TV
There are a lot of numbers we could throw at you in regard to this set, but let's start with our favorite; 31% off. That's right, while supplies last you can grab this 50-inch Amazon Fire TV for $150 off its regular price. It features 4K UHD, HDR 10, and HLG (oh yeah; a lot of acronyms too!), an Alexa remote, and allows you to stream over 1 million movies and TV episodes from Prime Video, Netflix, HBO Max Disney+, and many, many more. Three HDMI inputs allow you to connect to cable or satellite and video game consoles, while its HDMI eARC lets you add audio equipment for enhanced sound.
"Wonderful!" beamed one five-star reviewer. "Love my new TV! The colors are beautiful and the picture is clear. I'm glad I selected this one. There is such an assortment of programs on this and Alexa is a big plus!"
VIZIO 32" Class D-Series HD Smart TV
Perfect for an apartment-sized living room or a slightly bigger than average bedroom, this Vizio 32" Class D-Series HD Smart TV brings a lot to the proverbial table at a sweet price ($158, down from $180). Powered by Vizio's lightning-fast IQ processor, the D32h-J09 features 720p HD and full-array LED backlighting that provides even distribution of its LEDs (light-emitting diodes) for consistent clarity and contrast. Built-in SmartCast technology will give you speedy navigation from app to app, streaming service to streaming service. It's also got built-in Chromecast and plays nice with Apple Airplay.
"This is absolutely amazing," said one stunned customer. "After sitting there in shock for awhile, I started going through the different things available. Everything came up and worked easily and fast. The picture is very crisp and clear."
Samsung 65" Class Neo QLED 4K Smart TV
For some of us, our brand of TV is like our brand of toothpaste or ketchup — we grew up with it, we've loved it, and it's always done right by us. So it is with Samsung, a leader in the home-entertainment-component biz since our grandparents' time. We're all for that kind of brand loyalty when the products are this consistently great.
With that in mind: Seriously, how beautiful is this 65-inch Neo? This is the 2021 model, but don't let that scare you off, because this baby is strictly state-of-the-art. Its Quantum Matrix Technology delivers the blackest blacks and the most vivid full-spectrum color you're likely to come across, in addition to AI upscaling that'll make even old or substandard content look all 21st century. It is, of course, powered by a 4K processor.
Oh, and have we mentioned: It's $1,300 off?!
Samsung 60" Class 4K Crystal UHD LED Smart TV
Who needs a TV that's diagonally as tall as a 12-year-old? You do! Especially when it's $150 off its usual price. This Samsung 4K Crystal UHD Smart TV features 2160p definition (and, unlike the case with the 24" set we discussed earlier, at 60 inches all those pixels make a big difference). The eponymous 4K Crystal processor not only makes contemporary programming and movies look their best, it will upscale even decades-old content to high-def standards. (good news for you Turner Classic Movies fans). Its Tizen OS provides for quick switching among your apps and channels, while Auto Game mode will automatically optimize the screen and keep input lag to a minimum, a godsend for video gamers.
"Definitely the only brand I will buy," said one Samsung devotee. "This [set] is very responsive, comes with a plethora of apps for streaming services (some free without a paid streaming subscription!) and Samsung TV, which is almost as good as cable. [It] connects to your phone to control as a remote." He continued, "I love how it's almost frameless. I don't really have any complaints." Us neither.
Vizio 55-Inch V-Series 4K UHD LED HDR Smart TV
You know what "4K" means, right? It means four times the resolution of a 1080p set. Add Ultra HD to the picture, as it were, and you're looking at an 8,000,000-pixel image. Want more? Here's more: This 55-inch V-Series powerhouse also features Dolby Vision HDR and HDR 10, which will up your brightness, contrast and color game considerably. That's not to mention its Active Pixel Tuning, which uses AI to make brigthness adjustments on the fly, frame by frame. Can you tell that we're really big fans?
"Great picture quality, no ghosting, pixilated movements or dead pixels," reported a happy and eccentric customer, who found a novel use for her Vizio. "I couldn't pass this up.... [I] use it for my cat in his sun room to watch nature shows, so he doesn't get bored and kill me in my sleep." You heard her: Buy this set — the life you save might be your own!
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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