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The 5 Best TVs For PS5 - Winter 2023 Reviews

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Best PS5 TVs

If you're looking for the best gaming TV for PS5, there are a few great options available. The PS5 supports higher resolutions and faster refresh rates than the PS4, like 4k @ 120Hz. It supports HDMI 2.1 bandwidth, so TVs with HDMI 2.1 support can fully take advantage of the PS5's capabilities. Sony released firmware updates that added variable refresh rate (VRR) and 1440p support to the PS5, so you'll also want to get a TV with HDMI Forum VRR support to reduce tearing while gaming.

We've bought and tested more than 375 TVs, and below are our recommendations for the best gaming TV for PS5 that you can buy. Also, see our picks for the best gaming TVs, the best 4k TVs, and the best HDR TVs.


  1. Best TV For PS5

    The best TV for PS5 we've tested is the Sony A95K OLED. It's a fantastic TV that delivers an incredible gaming experience. It has incredible motion handling thanks to its nearly-instantaneous response time, resulting in crystal-clear motion with distracting ghosting around fast-moving objects. It also has low input lag, ensuring your actions are fluid and in sync with what you see on the screen. It supports 4k @ 120Hz gaming, meaning you can take full advantage of the performance mode in your favorite games.

    It's part of Sony's 'Perfect for PS5' lineup, which includes a few Sony-exclusive features designed for PS5 gamers. It has Auto HDR Tone Mapping, which automatically optimizes the HDR settings for your specific TV, ensuring you get the best HDR experience possible without having to manually play with the settings. If this isn't that important to you, the Samsung S95B OLED is a very similar TV that performs almost as well, but it's much cheaper. The Samsung TV doesn't support these Sony-specific features, so you may have to play around with your TV and PS5 settings to get the best HDR experience, but you'll still enjoy a fantastic gaming experience.

    See our review

  2. Best Upper Mid-Range TV For PS5

    The Samsung QN90B QLED is the best PS5 TV we've tested in the upper mid-range category. It's a flagship TV with a great selection of additional features that will impress any gamer. It has a 120Hz panel with HDMI 2.1 bandwidth, meaning you can play 4k games up to 120 fps on the PS5. It has HDMI Forum VRR support that works with the PS5, and there's a unique Game Bar feature that shows helpful info like the current frame rate in your game. Gaming feels responsive as it has extremely low input lag and excellent motion handling, thanks to its quick response time.

    It's a fantastic TV for showcasing the graphical power of the PS5. It features a Mini LED backlight that allows it to get extremely bright, and combined with its great local dimming feature, HDR content stands out incredibly well, making it an equally great choice for HDR gaming. It doesn't look as good as the Sony A95K OLED in a dark room, though, as there's more noticeable blooming around bright objects and blacks aren't as deep.

    See our review

  3. Best Mid-Range TV For PS5

    The Hisense U8H is the best 4k TV for PS5 in the mid-range category we've tested. It's an amazing TV for PS5 gamers thanks to its superb low input lag and fast response time, resulting in clear motion and a responsive gaming experience, ensuring your movements remain in sync with what you see on the screen. It supports HDMI 2.1 bandwidth on two of its four HDMI ports, so you can take full advantage of the PS5 and another console, which is great if you also have an Xbox Series S|X.

    Of course, stepping down to a mid-range TV brings a few drawbacks. The Hisense has slightly worse processing than the Samsung QN90B QLED and the Sony A95K OLED, so you'll see more banding and posterization in gradients, like shots of the sky. It isn't noticeable with all games, and you might not even notice it unless you're looking for it.

    See our review

  4. Best Budget TV For PS5

    The best PS5 TV for gamers in the budget category we've tested is the TCL 5 Series/S555 2022 QLED. It's an impressive TV for gaming thanks to its low input lag and fast response time, resulting in a responsive gaming experience and clear motion, with very little blur behind fast-moving objects. It's compatible with the PS5's variable refresh rate feature, but unlike the Hisense U8H, it's limited to a 60Hz refresh rate; it only works across a narrow range of refresh rates. It makes it best suited for the performance mode of your favorite games, as you'll see more screen tearing in games that run at 30fps.

    It also delivers great picture quality when gaming on the PS5. It looks great in a dark room thanks to its superb native contrast ratio and decent local dimming feature, so bright highlights stand out well with minimal blooming, and blacks remain deep and uniform. It also gets bright enough to overcome glare and has decent reflection handling, so it's an equally good choice for a bright room. It has a narrow viewing angle, so it's not the best choice for party games with a large group of friends, as anyone sitting to the side will see a faded image.

    See our review

  5. Best Cheap TV For PS5

    The best TV for PlayStation 5 that we've tested in the cheap category is the Hisense A6H. It's a very basic TV, but it delivers a decent gaming experience for cheap. Surprisingly, it supports a few extra gaming features that some more expensive models don't offer, including variable refresh rate support to reduce screen tearing from the PS5. It has fantastic low input lag for a responsive gaming experience. Compared to the more expensive models on this list, it has a much worse response time, but it's still okay for casual gamers.

    It delivers just okay picture quality, and it's best suited for a moderately-lit room, as it has a very low contrast ratio with no local dimming feature. On the other hand, it has decent reflection handling, meaning it can handle a bit of glare. It also has a great viewing angle, making it an excellent choice for co-op gaming.

    See our review

Notable Mentions

  • LG C2 OLED: The LG C2 OLED is an excellent alternative to the Sony A95K OLED, and it's one of the best gaming TVs for the price. It can't take full advantage of the PS5, as it's not compatible with some Sony-specific features, so the A95K is better. See our review
  • Insignia F50 QLED: The Insignia F50 QLED delivers much better picture quality than the Hisense A6H, so it's a better choice for a cheap TV. Unfortunately, it's discontinued and very hard to find, but if you can find it, it's better than the Hisense. See our review

Recent Updates

  1. Jan 19, 2023: Replaced the Insignia F50 QLED with the Hisense A6H, as the Insignia is discontinued and hard to find.

  2. Dec 20, 2022: Verified our picks for accuracy and consistency, and refreshed the text.

  3. Nov 25, 2022: Replaced the TCL 5 Series/S546 2021 QLED with the TCL 5 Series/S555 2022 QLED, and added the Samsung S95B OLED and the LG C2 OLED to Notable Mentions.

  4. Oct 26, 2022: Replaced the Sony A80J OLED with the Sony A95K OLED, as the QD-OLED panel on the A95K delivers brighter, more vibrant colors.

  5. Sep 26, 2022: Replaced the Hisense U8G with the new model, the Hisense U8H, as it's a noticeable upgrade over last year's model.

All Reviews

Our recommendations are based on what we think are the best TVs available for PS5 gaming currently available. They are adapted to be valid for most people, in each price range. Rating is based on our review, factoring in price and feedback from our visitors.

If you would prefer the make your own decision, here is the list of all of our TV reviews. Be careful not to get too caught up in the details. Most TVs are good enough to please most people, and the things we fault TVs on are often not noticeable unless you really look for them.

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