Past 65 inches, the increase in price for the size is almost exponential. Bigger TVs often have much worse value than their smaller counterparts and they are rarely a good deal. It's a bit better nowadays, as demand grew a little bit, but the choice is still strictly LED TVs as OLEDs are only found at 77 inches and at a ridiculous price.
Best 70-75 inch TV
If no monetary constraints are at hand, top of the line picture quality can be found at these sizes.
The best 75 inch 4k TV that we've reviewed is the Sony XBR75X940E 4k Android TV. It's one of the brightest TVs we've tested, and it features a highly advanced local dimming feature that greatly enhances the blacks.
It doesn't have quite as many dimming zones as the more expensive Sony Z9D, but we've found the performance to be very similar in practice. This gives it the best picture quality found on an LED TV at quite a competitive price compared to similarly sized OLEDs.
Best Mid-Range 70-75 inch TV
You can find well-priced TVs at this size that offer most of the performance of high-end models without such a large premium.
For something a bit more accessible, we recommend the Sony XBR75X900E 4k LED TV. It's a very similar TV to the Sony X940E above, but with less local dimming zones.
The X900E is a package with great value overall. Its picture quality is some of the best you can find in an LED TV at a very competitive price. It's not quite as bright as some higher end models, but the HDR performance is still great thanks to the wide color gamut and 10 bits of color depth. Its input lag is no slouch either, making a good choice for gaming.
Best Budget 70-75 inch TV
For even cheaper, 70-75 inch TVs are surprisingly good value. They can't get as bright or have as many colors but offer good performance for normal content.
For a cheaper option, we recommend the Vizio E75-E3. It isn't nearly as bright as the more expensive TVs above and it doesn't have as many HDR related features, but it's found at a fraction of the price, making it a lot more accessible.
Its overall picture quality is good. It has a high contrast ratio which makes its blacks look deep and uniform. Its handling of motion is great, making it a good choice for sports watchers.
It's not the brightest, and it isn't the best at handling reflections, but the Vizio E Series still offers great value for its size and it's the best choice if you're looking for a very large TV on a budget.
If you can afford it, the Vizio M75-E1 is a nice upgrade over the E series. It has a more capable local dimming feature and performs a bit better in HDR thanks to its higher brightness and wide color gamut.
Our recommendations above are what we think are currently the best 70-75 inch 4k TVs to buy for most people in each price range. We factor in the price (a cheaper TV wins over a pricier one if the difference isn't really worth it), feedback from our visitors and availability (no TVs that are difficult to find or almost out of stock everywhere).
A few examples of 70" or 75" TVs that didn't make the cut:
- Samsung UN75MU8000. Good TV, but not any less expensive than the X900E for less performance. See our review
- Samsung QN75Q7F. Very good High-end TV overall, but the value isn't great compared to the competing X940E and X900E. See our review
- Samsung QN75Q9F. Great High-end TV, but priced very poorly compared to its competition. See our review
- Sony XBR75Z9D. One of the best LED TVs available, but the Sony X940E offers almost exactly the same performance for a lot less money. See our review
- Samsung UN75MU6300. Decent entry-level 4k TV, but the Vizio M Series 2017 offers better value. See our review
If you would like to do the work of choosing yourself, here is the list of all our reviews of TVs that have a 70 or 75-inch size. Be careful not to get too caught up in the details. While no TV is perfect, most TVs are great enough to please almost everyone, and the differences are often not noticeable unless you really look for them.