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Best OLED TVs in The Netherlands - Reviews and Comparison 2021

We picked the best OLED TVs in 2021 for your budget and use cases.

Television is such an essential home requirement that we often consider it a luxury item! Such is the power of innovation. TVs have become such an inseparable part of our lives that we barely pay any special attention. But that isn’t the case when we want to buy one! While making a purchase, we pay attention to all the details. Research becomes our sole aim till we make a decision. Visiting 100 different showrooms, talking to 100 other people and reading 1000 online articles becomes necessary to make an informed decision!

What if you find all this on a single page? We have a full researched guide and product reviews for you in one place!

Let’s dive right in!

UPDATED

11/29/2022

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43” Q60T 4K Smart QLED TV

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43” Q60T 4K Smart QLED TV

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100% colour volume
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Mediocre sound quality
96.35 x 5.68 x 55.7 cm
9 kg
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LG

OLED 4K TV - OLED55C9PL5

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100 Hz

Its minimalistic design blends into any space
Rich, natural colours and deep black levels
Perfect colour on the perfect black
Advanced voice control
122.8 x 4.69 x 70.6 cm
18.9 kg
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Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos
111 W
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Philips

55OLED754/12 4K UHD OLED Smart TV

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4500 Picture Performance Index
Philips P5 engine delivers detailed content
Control your remote via your voice
One-button access to apps
Average audio
122.7 x 4.93 x 70.56 cm
21.2 kg
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Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos
140 W
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LG

OLED55BXPTA 55 4K Smart OLED TV

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Perfect Black, Intense Color, Infinite Contrast
Eye comfort display
The α7 Gen3 Intelligent Processor 4K elevates the viewing experience
Self Lit Pixels gives a unique experience
Some motion blur
122.8 x 4.69 x 70.6 cm
18.9 kg
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Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos
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LG

OLED55E9PUA E9 Glass 55 inch Class 4K Smart OLED TV

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55

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Glass TV design
The LG α9 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor elevates the viewing experience
Voice remote control
4K OLED TV for perfect black and rich colours
Low brightness
Patchy Bluetooth for headphones
122 x 5.08. x 75.18 cm
16 kg
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LG

OLED65CX6LA 65'' OLED CX 4K TV

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4K OLED TV for ideal black and rich colours
Best picture and sound quality thanks to filmmaker mode
α9 Gen3 4K AI processor with AI Sound Pro, AI Picture Pro and AI Brightness Control
Smooth image due to high refresh rate
145 x 4.7 x 83 cm
24 kg
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Dolby Atmos
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OLED-TV TX-55HZ1000E 55' 4K Ultra HD

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Amazing motion handling capabilities
Best picture and sound quality thanks to filmmaker mode
Filmmaker Mode with intelligent sensing
Impeccable image accuracy
Not for gamers
122.8 x 5.8 x 71.2 cm
21 kg
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Dolby Atmos
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Samsung

43” Q60T 4K Smart QLED TV


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100% colour volume
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Buyer’s Guide - OLED TVs in The Netherlands

For the best view!

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Features: Most important purchase criteria for OLED TVs

These are a few critical yardsticks to look out for!

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Use Cases: The best OLED TV for you

Let it speak with your mind!

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How-To: Usage hints and care instructions for OLED TVs

Know how to handle them well for long-lasting use!

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Our Picks: How we picked the best action OLED TVs

Connecting you to the best technology!

1. Features: Most important purchase criteria for OLED TVs

1.1 Types

  • LED/LCD

Except for the projection sets, two main types of TVs are LCD and OLED. The majority of the TV sets used today are LED/LCD. Both the HD and Ultra HD television sets used LEDs, i.e. Light Emitting Diodes, to illuminate the LCD screen. This can be extremely thin as compared to traditional television. A feature known as Active or Local dimming is available, which can be used to dynamically dim and light up specific parts of the screen as per the scene’s requirement. The advanced models support active dimming. The LEDs are positioned behind the screen in Full Array LEDs. This type of design enables the backlight to be more accurate and displays a finely detailed picture on the screen in terms of contrast. Earlier, only the top tier expensive models accommodated features like a Full-Array LED. Nowadays, as there is a surge in Ultra HD TV sets, and they are also available for affordable prices, this feature is becoming more common.
Quantum Dots is an LCD technology that has been gaining momentum lately. It enables the HDR to create a more comprehensive array of colours along with brightness. Any LCD that functions based on the quantum dot design has another layer called a ‘rail’, which are nanocrystals varying sizes that light when the LED backlights reach it. This results in a broader colour spectrum as well as more brightness.

Pros: A lot of space to choose from - prices, sizes and features available. The bright screen is even visible in a sunny room, with full-array backlighting enabling the image quality to improve consistently with Quantum Dot technology.

Cons: Displays discrepancies during visualisation of rapid motion movement on the screen. Loss of shadow detail quality pixels cannot be wholly blacked. While viewing off-axis, the images tend to fade.

  • OLED TV

OLED TV sets are known to be better than LED and LCDs for a few reasons. As a substitute for backlighting, OLED is known to use a layer of organic LEDs; these LEDs are controlled at the pixel level, altering the light data to produce absolute black and point levels of contrast. E.g. the video snippet of bursting fireworks with the night sky as the background is the perfect example of OLED.

Pros: Great TV experience, all the colours are bright and pop out just perfect. Acceptable contrast levels and deeper blacks, along with shadow detailing, is achieved in OLED. It also maintains the image quality even if the viewer is sitting sideways.

Cons: The price range is high. Compared to LCD TV sets, the peak brightness level is lower, and there exists some uncertainty about how the screen will fare over years of usage.

  • QLED TV

QLED is also known as quantum dot technology and is the latest version of the LCD screen. Among other things, it also consists of a legion of nanocrystals, also called quantum dots, whose size can change to display different colours as faithfully as possible. Behind the layer of quantum dots, there is an LED panel to control the quantum dots precisely.
Technology has taken a step further with Neo QLED TVs, which display even more beautiful images. In this, the quantum dots are controlled by LEDs that are up to 40 times smaller and the screen is controlled even more precisely, producing a better image. The QLED screen delivers crystal-clear pictures and has a wide viewing angle, so there will be a clear display even if you look at the screen from the side.

Pros: They are like an extended version of LED TVs. So, it has the backlight along with so-called quantum dot technology. As a result, brightness is high, colours are reproduced better, and they look completely natural.

Cons: QLED screens are made only by Samsung. 

  • Smart TVs

Many TV sets have now been pre-equipped with built-in WiFi connectivity to connect to the internet and access services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Youtube, or even to run applications. You can also show that you wish to the on-demand movies list, or you can also access Facebook. The most recent models can do everything from streaming a show on service to viewing programs broadcasted on cables and satellites. The user interfaces are also enhanced to make this experience more comfortable. Companies like Samsung, LG, and Vizio use an easy to understand icons at the bottom. Roku has an interface that can be defined as somewhat intuitive. Sony and Westinghouse use the Android TV platform, which is provided by Google. As it is gaining popularity, most smart TVs include streaming services like Netflix, Hulu and more. Make sure to check yours for the same.

You can view 4K content and find it easily on significant streaming apps, and you can do this all on a Smart TV. Considering the collection provided to the users from Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and much more services, finding 4K resolution and HDR Enabled content for your entertainment is straightforward. If the bandwidth connection is good, you are good to go. With so much information and parameters to consider while buying, you should also be careful with inexpensive TV makers selling labelled Smart TVs on the low. A lot of these companies sell smart TVs without disclosing the platform used. Often viewers run into limitations in such systems.

  • LED/LCD

Except for the projection sets, two main types of TVs are LCD and OLED. The majority of the TV sets used today are LED/LCD. Both the HD and Ultra HD television sets used LEDs, i.e. Light Emitting Diodes, to illuminate the LCD screen. This can be extremely thin as compared to traditional television. A feature known as Active or Local dimming is available, which can be used to dynamically dim and light up specific parts of the screen as per the scene’s requirement. The advanced models support active dimming. The LEDs are positioned behind the screen in Full Array LEDs. This type of design enables the backlight to be more accurate and displays a finely detailed picture on the screen in terms of contrast. Earlier, only the top tier expensive models accommodated features like a Full-Array LED. Nowadays, as there is a surge in Ultra HD TV sets, and they are also available for affordable prices, this feature is becoming more common.
Quantum Dots is an LCD technology that has been gaining momentum lately. It enables the HDR to create a more comprehensive array of colours along with brightness. Any LCD that functions based on the quantum dot design has another layer called a ‘rail’, which are nanocrystals varying sizes that light when the LED backlights reach it. This results in a broader colour spectrum as well as more brightness.

Pros: A lot of space to choose from - prices, sizes and features available. The bright screen is even visible in a sunny room, with full-array backlighting enabling the image quality to improve consistently with Quantum Dot technology.

Cons: Displays discrepancies during visualisation of rapid motion movement on the screen. Loss of shadow detail quality pixels cannot be wholly blacked. While viewing off-axis, the images tend to fade.

  • OLED TV

OLED TV sets are known to be better than LED and LCDs for a few reasons. As a substitute for backlighting, OLED is known to use a layer of organic LEDs; these LEDs are controlled at the pixel level, altering the light data to produce absolute black and point levels of contrast. E.g. the video snippet of bursting fireworks with the night sky as the background is the perfect example of OLED.

Pros: Great TV experience, all the colours are bright and pop out just perfect. Acceptable contrast levels and deeper blacks, along with shadow detailing, is achieved in OLED. It also maintains the image quality even if the viewer is sitting sideways.

Cons: The price range is high. Compared to LCD TV sets, the peak brightness level is lower, and there exists some uncertainty about how the screen will fare over years of usage.

  • QLED TV

QLED is also known as quantum dot technology and is the latest version of the LCD screen. Among other things, it also consists of a legion of nanocrystals, also called quantum dots, whose size can change to display different colours as faithfully as possible. Behind the layer of quantum dots, there is an LED panel to control the quantum dots precisely.
Technology has taken a step further with Neo QLED TVs, which display even more beautiful images. In this, the quantum dots are controlled by LEDs that are up to 40 times smaller and the screen is controlled even more precisely, producing a better image. The QLED screen delivers crystal-clear pictures and has a wide viewing angle, so there will be a clear display even if you look at the screen from the side.

Pros: They are like an extended version of LED TVs. So, it has the backlight along with so-called quantum dot technology. As a result, brightness is high, colours are reproduced better, and they look completely natural.

Cons: QLED screens are made only by Samsung. 

  • Smart TVs

Many TV sets have now been pre-equipped with built-in WiFi connectivity to connect to the internet and access services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Youtube, or even to run applications. You can also show that you wish to the on-demand movies list, or you can also access Facebook. The most recent models can do everything from streaming a show on service to viewing programs broadcasted on cables and satellites. The user interfaces are also enhanced to make this experience more comfortable. Companies like Samsung, LG, and Vizio use an easy to understand icons at the bottom. Roku has an interface that can be defined as somewhat intuitive. Sony and Westinghouse use the Android TV platform, which is provided by Google. As it is gaining popularity, most smart TVs include streaming services like Netflix, Hulu and more. Make sure to check yours for the same.

You can view 4K content and find it easily on significant streaming apps, and you can do this all on a Smart TV. Considering the collection provided to the users from Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and much more services, finding 4K resolution and HDR Enabled content for your entertainment is straightforward. If the bandwidth connection is good, you are good to go. With so much information and parameters to consider while buying, you should also be careful with inexpensive TV makers selling labelled Smart TVs on the low. A lot of these companies sell smart TVs without disclosing the platform used. Often viewers run into limitations in such systems.

1.2 Screen Size

While purchasing a television, one of the essential and initial factors to decide is the screen size. In this matter, there are a few points to look at. To list a few, what kind of space is the TV going to be fit in? Is it a bedroom? Is it a living room? How many people will be watching the TV? And so on. Generally, the ideal screen size of a TV can be somewhere between 55 to 65 inches. Regarding the viewer’s position and the TV, a known thumb rule is that one should distance itself away 3 times the screen size from the TV. However, that applies to only HD televisions. 4k Ultra HD TVs require a minimum of 1.5 times the screen size distance from the viewer.

A TV guide can always give a certain level of insight and help while buying a TV, but the quality of judgment from experience in person cannot be compromised. If possible, visit a store nearby with a family member and take a good look at the TV. Comparatively, the 4K content is not as common as 1080p. However, it is always better to go with a higher resolution for a better experience.

While purchasing a television, one of the essential and initial factors to decide is the screen size. In this matter, there are a few points to look at. To list a few, what kind of space is the TV going to be fit in? Is it a bedroom? Is it a living room? How many people will be watching the TV? And so on. Generally, the ideal screen size of a TV can be somewhere between 55 to 65 inches. Regarding the viewer’s position and the TV, a known thumb rule is that one should distance itself away 3 times the screen size from the TV. However, that applies to only HD televisions. 4k Ultra HD TVs require a minimum of 1.5 times the screen size distance from the viewer.

A TV guide can always give a certain level of insight and help while buying a TV, but the quality of judgment from experience in person cannot be compromised. If possible, visit a store nearby with a family member and take a good look at the TV. Comparatively, the 4K content is not as common as 1080p. However, it is always better to go with a higher resolution for a better experience.

1.3 Screen Resolution

The total number of pixels that add up the visual picture on the display screen is called screen resolution. Screen resolution is described in terms of the horizontal rows concerning the vertical rows—more significant the number of pixels, sharper and more precise the picture. Hence, more refined details and a better display will be achieved with higher screen resolution.

Screen resolution is a significant factor when it comes to television. For a long time, the 1920 x 1080 resolution has been a standard; it is called full HD. It is currently also the most used resolution all over the world. But as technology continues to advance, most TV manufacturers have started making Ultra HD Television sets.
A 4K TV has pixels four times that of the current Full HD televisions. In other words, it has a screen resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, i.e. 2160 horizontal lines. The most notable feature about 4K sets is that it gives a great visual experience with more delicate details to small objects and sharper images and finishing. The pictures and visuals on the screen look more affluent and more precise. It allows you to view the TV from a shorter distance as it has less harmful effects than HD sets. Ultra HD is a pleasing visual experience and is also accessible easily to the viewer. All major streaming platforms, e.g. Netflix, Amazon Video and YouTube, provide 4K content to their viewers. Many streaming sticks and smart TVs available in the market make it easier to find 4K content. Even though there is an increase in viewing of Ultra HD Bluray discs, the classic standard 1080p remains the most commonly used one. Traditional live TV is on its way to adapting and catering to the 4K content audience. However, Comcast Infinity and Dish Network provide 4K movies. Even though it is possible for Ultra HD sets to upscale the current HD films, the results can be mixed but would look clear and sharp as they would look on an original 4K programmed set.
There are also TVs with a resolution of 8K, which is four times as many pixels as with a 4K. The 8K TVs are available from 55 inches and larger. This configuration gives a massive advantage, and an upgrade is a visual experience without a doubt.

The total number of pixels that add up the visual picture on the display screen is called screen resolution. Screen resolution is described in terms of the horizontal rows concerning the vertical rows—more significant the number of pixels, sharper and more precise the picture. Hence, more refined details and a better display will be achieved with higher screen resolution.

Screen resolution is a significant factor when it comes to television. For a long time, the 1920 x 1080 resolution has been a standard; it is called full HD. It is currently also the most used resolution all over the world. But as technology continues to advance, most TV manufacturers have started making Ultra HD Television sets.
A 4K TV has pixels four times that of the current Full HD televisions. In other words, it has a screen resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, i.e. 2160 horizontal lines. The most notable feature about 4K sets is that it gives a great visual experience with more delicate details to small objects and sharper images and finishing. The pictures and visuals on the screen look more affluent and more precise. It allows you to view the TV from a shorter distance as it has less harmful effects than HD sets. Ultra HD is a pleasing visual experience and is also accessible easily to the viewer. All major streaming platforms, e.g. Netflix, Amazon Video and YouTube, provide 4K content to their viewers. Many streaming sticks and smart TVs available in the market make it easier to find 4K content. Even though there is an increase in viewing of Ultra HD Bluray discs, the classic standard 1080p remains the most commonly used one. Traditional live TV is on its way to adapting and catering to the 4K content audience. However, Comcast Infinity and Dish Network provide 4K movies. Even though it is possible for Ultra HD sets to upscale the current HD films, the results can be mixed but would look clear and sharp as they would look on an original 4K programmed set.
There are also TVs with a resolution of 8K, which is four times as many pixels as with a 4K. The 8K TVs are available from 55 inches and larger. This configuration gives a massive advantage, and an upgrade is a visual experience without a doubt.

1.4 HDR

Introducing this new feature in 4K Ultra HD, HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. The terms refer to its ability to deliver more colours, contrast levels and increased brightness. This feature is not available in the standard HD TV. Many companies are coining new terms and fancy names based on this feature of the ultra 4K set HDR content has a basic standard called HDR10, as stated by the UHD Alliance, an industry trade group. Many manufacturers have started shifting their focus towards Ultra HD sets and supporting the minimum HDR compatibility requirements. You will find ‘HDR 10’ / ‘Ultra HD Premium’ written on many TV sets.
Dolby Vision is a similar and more standardised feature. It was licensed and made by the people who introduced us to Dolby Noise Reduction and Surround sound. Dolby Vision comes with a strict set of parameters to satisfy and display HDR content. Currently, Dolby Vision is a leading feature in the industry if we talk about HDR formats. All the HDR-enabled TV sets that are available in the market are known to be HDR10 compatible. However, to be Dolby Vision verified, the TV set needs to satisfy the technical standards and criteria and purchase the measure’s license. Dolby Vision has rapidly established itself as the industry standard in terms of HDR content.
On the other hand, a new HDR format is introduced by Samsung, called HDR10+, for all its TVs. Even though the HDR10+ delivers an excellent visual output, it is not as widely standardised as Dolby Vision. It is not available everywhere. E.g. Amazon Prime Video and a few UHD Blurays offer HDR10+ content.
Along with Samsung, IMAX and Technicolor have also developed their respective standards in the market known as IMAX enhanced and Technicolor Advanced HDR. However, they are in a very early stage to forecast their impact in the market with other existing standards.

HDR is not used thoroughly throughout the world, but its demand is increasing. Available in 4K Blu-ray format, maybe you find some HDR movies. However, the number of HDR content is growing considerably on streaming platforms, like Netflix and Amazon. Some 4K blu ray players claim to support the new HDR discs, but it is always better to check beforehand. Also, satellite and cable have their HDR format, known as Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG).

Introducing this new feature in 4K Ultra HD, HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. The terms refer to its ability to deliver more colours, contrast levels and increased brightness. This feature is not available in the standard HD TV. Many companies are coining new terms and fancy names based on this feature of the ultra 4K set HDR content has a basic standard called HDR10, as stated by the UHD Alliance, an industry trade group. Many manufacturers have started shifting their focus towards Ultra HD sets and supporting the minimum HDR compatibility requirements. You will find ‘HDR 10’ / ‘Ultra HD Premium’ written on many TV sets.
Dolby Vision is a similar and more standardised feature. It was licensed and made by the people who introduced us to Dolby Noise Reduction and Surround sound. Dolby Vision comes with a strict set of parameters to satisfy and display HDR content. Currently, Dolby Vision is a leading feature in the industry if we talk about HDR formats. All the HDR-enabled TV sets that are available in the market are known to be HDR10 compatible. However, to be Dolby Vision verified, the TV set needs to satisfy the technical standards and criteria and purchase the measure’s license. Dolby Vision has rapidly established itself as the industry standard in terms of HDR content.
On the other hand, a new HDR format is introduced by Samsung, called HDR10+, for all its TVs. Even though the HDR10+ delivers an excellent visual output, it is not as widely standardised as Dolby Vision. It is not available everywhere. E.g. Amazon Prime Video and a few UHD Blurays offer HDR10+ content.
Along with Samsung, IMAX and Technicolor have also developed their respective standards in the market known as IMAX enhanced and Technicolor Advanced HDR. However, they are in a very early stage to forecast their impact in the market with other existing standards.

HDR is not used thoroughly throughout the world, but its demand is increasing. Available in 4K Blu-ray format, maybe you find some HDR movies. However, the number of HDR content is growing considerably on streaming platforms, like Netflix and Amazon. Some 4K blu ray players claim to support the new HDR discs, but it is always better to check beforehand. Also, satellite and cable have their HDR format, known as Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG).

1.5 Refresh Rate

The refresh rate is a numerical value that determines the number of times a picture is refreshed on the screen. It is denoted using Herts (Hz). The standard refresh rate is 60 Hz. But, if you view a scene with many rapidly moving objects, the visuals might look blurry due to the fast-paced movements on the screen at 60 Hz, mainly in LCD HD TVs. Hence, the standard refresh rate was doubled to 120 Hz.

Ideally, as there are not many images that flash on the screen per second in most videos, television deals with faster refresh ways differently. One of the old tricks is merely placing a black image between the primary pictures, making it look like a reliable picture of the viewer’s eye. Another method is creating and placing new photos, depicting a state of movement or motion in the timespan between shots, as it looks more realistic. In addition to this, based on the video processing is performed, it can significantly make a move, or a sitcom seems flat, or like an old-time classic soap opera. These days in the market, you will find models that deliver High Frame Rate (HFR) compatibility, which provides two things at once, i.e. high refresh rate and added support for viewing with more than 60 Hz frame rates. Even though the HFR content is to be set for both movies and broadcasts, it is said that HFR specifically would be great for live sports, making it an important feature to look out for. When it comes to gaming, gamers are always looking for screens with high refresh rates. However, it is said a 60 Hz refresh rate is just enough for a gaming console. The majority of the gaming consoles max out at 60 Hz.

VVIP Note: Be careful with terms written as ‘effective refresh rate’, as the actual frame rate for this TV set is half than the mentioned rate.

Bottom line: Gamers can achieve good performance at 60 Hz. However, most TV purchases wouldn’t happen without the TV having at least a refresh rate of 120 Hz.

The refresh rate is a numerical value that determines the number of times a picture is refreshed on the screen. It is denoted using Herts (Hz). The standard refresh rate is 60 Hz. But, if you view a scene with many rapidly moving objects, the visuals might look blurry due to the fast-paced movements on the screen at 60 Hz, mainly in LCD HD TVs. Hence, the standard refresh rate was doubled to 120 Hz.

Ideally, as there are not many images that flash on the screen per second in most videos, television deals with faster refresh ways differently. One of the old tricks is merely placing a black image between the primary pictures, making it look like a reliable picture of the viewer’s eye. Another method is creating and placing new photos, depicting a state of movement or motion in the timespan between shots, as it looks more realistic. In addition to this, based on the video processing is performed, it can significantly make a move, or a sitcom seems flat, or like an old-time classic soap opera. These days in the market, you will find models that deliver High Frame Rate (HFR) compatibility, which provides two things at once, i.e. high refresh rate and added support for viewing with more than 60 Hz frame rates. Even though the HFR content is to be set for both movies and broadcasts, it is said that HFR specifically would be great for live sports, making it an important feature to look out for. When it comes to gaming, gamers are always looking for screens with high refresh rates. However, it is said a 60 Hz refresh rate is just enough for a gaming console. The majority of the gaming consoles max out at 60 Hz.

VVIP Note: Be careful with terms written as ‘effective refresh rate’, as the actual frame rate for this TV set is half than the mentioned rate.

Bottom line: Gamers can achieve good performance at 60 Hz. However, most TV purchases wouldn’t happen without the TV having at least a refresh rate of 120 Hz.

1.6 Connections

To use a TV, you will have to connect it to something. The connection can be via a digital decoder or a Chromecast, or a cable and an old video recorder. So, while buying a TV, check how many and which devices you might connect to your TV and then check if your desired TV has enough connections. 

Below we list some common connections and explain what you can use them for.

  • HDMI: The High-Definition Multimedia Interface is the most common connection these days to connect computers, laptops, Blu-ray players and other peripherals to your TV. It transmits not just the image but also the sound.
    To cut costs, many TV makers give a minimum number of HDMI slots with the TV; they get used up very fast. E.g., if you have a chrome cast, a soundbar and a laptop connected to your TV, you are out of HDMI ports. Considering you have decided to purchase a 4K Ultra HD TV set, make sure the ports are compatible with HDMI 2.0 in advance to support any future Ultra HD advances and upgrades. Many television sets are being sold in the market with only a single port that is compatible with a 4K copy protection scheme, which is called HDCP 2.2, i.e. high-bandwidth digital content protection.
    Recently, HDMI 2.1 format has been steadily increasing in TV sets. It is the most promising feature of this format because it facilitates viewing in 8K.

  • CI+ port: If you have not received a separate decoder from your provider, you can use the satellite or cable connection or the CI+ port as an alternative for connection. A CI+ port known as Common Interface port is a slot on the side of your TV, where you can put a module. This module is received from your TV provider to receive the TV signal so that you can watch TV undisturbed.

  • USB: Almost every TV these days has a USB port to connect external hard drives or USB sticks to your TV. It comes in handy to show all that content that is stored in an external drive.

  • Component and SCART: This is required if you still have older peripherals, such as a DVD player, Super Nintendo or video recorder. 

To use a TV, you will have to connect it to something. The connection can be via a digital decoder or a Chromecast, or a cable and an old video recorder. So, while buying a TV, check how many and which devices you might connect to your TV and then check if your desired TV has enough connections. 

Below we list some common connections and explain what you can use them for.

  • HDMI: The High-Definition Multimedia Interface is the most common connection these days to connect computers, laptops, Blu-ray players and other peripherals to your TV. It transmits not just the image but also the sound.
    To cut costs, many TV makers give a minimum number of HDMI slots with the TV; they get used up very fast. E.g., if you have a chrome cast, a soundbar and a laptop connected to your TV, you are out of HDMI ports. Considering you have decided to purchase a 4K Ultra HD TV set, make sure the ports are compatible with HDMI 2.0 in advance to support any future Ultra HD advances and upgrades. Many television sets are being sold in the market with only a single port that is compatible with a 4K copy protection scheme, which is called HDCP 2.2, i.e. high-bandwidth digital content protection.
    Recently, HDMI 2.1 format has been steadily increasing in TV sets. It is the most promising feature of this format because it facilitates viewing in 8K.

  • CI+ port: If you have not received a separate decoder from your provider, you can use the satellite or cable connection or the CI+ port as an alternative for connection. A CI+ port known as Common Interface port is a slot on the side of your TV, where you can put a module. This module is received from your TV provider to receive the TV signal so that you can watch TV undisturbed.

  • USB: Almost every TV these days has a USB port to connect external hard drives or USB sticks to your TV. It comes in handy to show all that content that is stored in an external drive.

  • Component and SCART: This is required if you still have older peripherals, such as a DVD player, Super Nintendo or video recorder. 

1.7 Contrast Ratio

The contrast ratio of a TV determines the brightness level it can display to the viewer. Better the contrast ratio, more details the shadows and the hues. But, different manufacturers have different ways of measuring this ratio. Hence, this factor cannot be considered while making a purchasing decision. Despite all the reviews and studies, it is always better to look at the TV yourself in person and find out how the shadow details and other such parameters work with the chosen model. You can do that by selecting a scene with a dark setting and seeing how it looks. You can also toggle with TV settings like brightness, contrast etc. and see what fits you the best.

The TV sets with high graphic quality will always deliver deep and dark black levels. The inexpensive TV sets will throw a dark grey colour instead of the frames where it should be showing complete black.

Bottom line: It is ok to look over the TV’s contrast ratio factor as it differs from brand to brand. However, it is essential to look into the proper black levels of the TV sets.

The contrast ratio of a TV determines the brightness level it can display to the viewer. Better the contrast ratio, more details the shadows and the hues. But, different manufacturers have different ways of measuring this ratio. Hence, this factor cannot be considered while making a purchasing decision. Despite all the reviews and studies, it is always better to look at the TV yourself in person and find out how the shadow details and other such parameters work with the chosen model. You can do that by selecting a scene with a dark setting and seeing how it looks. You can also toggle with TV settings like brightness, contrast etc. and see what fits you the best.

The TV sets with high graphic quality will always deliver deep and dark black levels. The inexpensive TV sets will throw a dark grey colour instead of the frames where it should be showing complete black.

Bottom line: It is ok to look over the TV’s contrast ratio factor as it differs from brand to brand. However, it is essential to look into the proper black levels of the TV sets.

1.8 Audio

Even the most expensive and high-end television sets sometimes fall short of one feature – good sound quality. Low sound results from the svelte design of the flat panels as this structure leaves no space for the large speakers to produce the sound quality to its full potential. Such TVs can be tackled in 3 ways, you either get headphones, get a soundbar, or purchase a music system. 

Soundbars are comparatively popular, priced at around ₹ 20,000. Moreover, they provide a great cinematic experience for sound quality. The good soundbars are known to have a compact design to be placed neatly under the TV, and it would not block the view in any manner. It is essential to consider the design and the space your music system will occupy in your room. There are few models of TVs and Soundbars which are compatible with Dolby Atoms. Dolby Atoms is a current audio standard introduced by Dolby that consist of the overhead sound to create a fuller experience. It is also possible for you to achieve the atom with in-ceiling speakers. Most of the soundbars come with built Atoms audio processing unit and upward-firing speakers to give an authentic listening experience.

Even the most expensive and high-end television sets sometimes fall short of one feature – good sound quality. Low sound results from the svelte design of the flat panels as this structure leaves no space for the large speakers to produce the sound quality to its full potential. Such TVs can be tackled in 3 ways, you either get headphones, get a soundbar, or purchase a music system. 

Soundbars are comparatively popular, priced at around ₹ 20,000. Moreover, they provide a great cinematic experience for sound quality. The good soundbars are known to have a compact design to be placed neatly under the TV, and it would not block the view in any manner. It is essential to consider the design and the space your music system will occupy in your room. There are few models of TVs and Soundbars which are compatible with Dolby Atoms. Dolby Atoms is a current audio standard introduced by Dolby that consist of the overhead sound to create a fuller experience. It is also possible for you to achieve the atom with in-ceiling speakers. Most of the soundbars come with built Atoms audio processing unit and upward-firing speakers to give an authentic listening experience.

1.9 Viewing Angle

The viewing angle can vary between TVs. However, it is most important to consider this factor when there are too many people for a single screen. You might not always be sitting right in front of the TV, and then you must view the image from different angles. The faster the picture becomes less bright and colourful, the smaller the viewing angle of that TV. Also, consider the angle at which your seating furniture is placed at home is in relation to the TV. In addition, pay attention that the screen does not reflect too strongly at that Angle. This is very annoying in the incident (sun) light.

The viewing angle can vary between TVs. However, it is most important to consider this factor when there are too many people for a single screen. You might not always be sitting right in front of the TV, and then you must view the image from different angles. The faster the picture becomes less bright and colourful, the smaller the viewing angle of that TV. Also, consider the angle at which your seating furniture is placed at home is in relation to the TV. In addition, pay attention that the screen does not reflect too strongly at that Angle. This is very annoying in the incident (sun) light.

1.10 Energy Label

Many OLED TVs have energy labels. It is crucial to look at the energy label to know how much power is consumed by the TV. After all, a low energy label can lead to a large energy bill. 

A large TV, of course, consumes more energy. So, let’s say if a 65-inch TV is on for 4 hours a day, the energy costs incurred on average are about 60 euros per year. With a 43 inch TV, the price will be about 12 euros per year. 

If you use a television a lot, then it is more important that your television is an economic model. 

Many OLED TVs have energy labels. It is crucial to look at the energy label to know how much power is consumed by the TV. After all, a low energy label can lead to a large energy bill. 

A large TV, of course, consumes more energy. So, let’s say if a 65-inch TV is on for 4 hours a day, the energy costs incurred on average are about 60 euros per year. With a 43 inch TV, the price will be about 12 euros per year. 

If you use a television a lot, then it is more important that your television is an economic model. 

1.11 Other Features

It is very well known that serials and movies consume the most screen time of the television at your home, but it can also not be denied that gaming has somehow impacted the TV world. An excellent gaming TV comes in with more than only exceptional sound and visuals. It needs to provide you with multiple connections, joypads, speakers, keyboards etc. This determines the overall responsiveness of the TV set. It is always safe to look out for more HDMI ports so you can play multiplayer as well. Even though HDMI 2.1 is a relatively new format, it is still a necessary feature to have for any next-generation console. Some features that are provided in the HDMI 2.1 have become common as well. E.g. ALLM, i.e. Auto-Low Latency Mode. This helps in switching to the gaming mode as soon as it detects a turned on console. The next is VRR, i.e. Variable Refresh Rate, which makes sure that the frame by frame output coming from the TV is matched to the screen. This helps in synchronising the two systems for the jitter-free gaming experience.

It is very well known that serials and movies consume the most screen time of the television at your home, but it can also not be denied that gaming has somehow impacted the TV world. An excellent gaming TV comes in with more than only exceptional sound and visuals. It needs to provide you with multiple connections, joypads, speakers, keyboards etc. This determines the overall responsiveness of the TV set. It is always safe to look out for more HDMI ports so you can play multiplayer as well. Even though HDMI 2.1 is a relatively new format, it is still a necessary feature to have for any next-generation console. Some features that are provided in the HDMI 2.1 have become common as well. E.g. ALLM, i.e. Auto-Low Latency Mode. This helps in switching to the gaming mode as soon as it detects a turned on console. The next is VRR, i.e. Variable Refresh Rate, which makes sure that the frame by frame output coming from the TV is matched to the screen. This helps in synchronising the two systems for the jitter-free gaming experience.

1.12 Extended Warranty

An extended warranty refers to the prolonged warranty offered by a retailer or manufacturer to consumers in addition to the standard warranty. Also known as a service contract, this is covered by any standard return policy in any store. An extended warranty is a saviour when you are buying kitchen appliances or technical products. However, go for it only after knowing in detail what all the extended warranty covers.

An extended warranty refers to the prolonged warranty offered by a retailer or manufacturer to consumers in addition to the standard warranty. Also known as a service contract, this is covered by any standard return policy in any store. An extended warranty is a saviour when you are buying kitchen appliances or technical products. However, go for it only after knowing in detail what all the extended warranty covers.

1.13 Budget

Buying an OLED TV is undoubtedly an expensive affair. You need to wisely think of the amount you are willing to spend. You have to check if your TV is worth the money you are spending. And the best way to see that is to look at the features and their utilisation for you.

Buying an OLED TV is undoubtedly an expensive affair. You need to wisely think of the amount you are willing to spend. You have to check if your TV is worth the money you are spending. And the best way to see that is to look at the features and their utilisation for you.

2. Use Cases: The best OLED TV for you

2.1 What should be the TV screen size if the room is crowded?

Screen size is what matters the most, as said above. The ideal screen size can be anywhere between 55 to 65 inches. A 40-inch screen is perfect for crowded rooms, provided you are seated 6 feet or more from the TV. For other room sizes, the ideal TV screen size will be as follows:

  • If you are placed 7.5 feet away from the screen, a 50-inch screen is great! 

  • A 60-inch screen will be the perfect choice if you sit 9 feet away from the TV.

Bear in mind that the ideal distance will be different depending on where you place the TV. Wall-mounting TV gives you more room to move around.

Screen size is what matters the most, as said above. The ideal screen size can be anywhere between 55 to 65 inches. A 40-inch screen is perfect for crowded rooms, provided you are seated 6 feet or more from the TV. For other room sizes, the ideal TV screen size will be as follows:

  • If you are placed 7.5 feet away from the screen, a 50-inch screen is great! 

  • A 60-inch screen will be the perfect choice if you sit 9 feet away from the TV.

Bear in mind that the ideal distance will be different depending on where you place the TV. Wall-mounting TV gives you more room to move around.

2.2 What is the best TV for gaming?

If you are a fanatic gamer who uses the Playstation from Sony or the X-box from Microsoft, then you need a television with a low input lag of a maximum of 50 milliseconds. There will be a negligible delay. And don’t forget that it must be a 4K television with HDR support and Dolby Atmos.

If you are a fanatic gamer who uses the Playstation from Sony or the X-box from Microsoft, then you need a television with a low input lag of a maximum of 50 milliseconds. There will be a negligible delay. And don’t forget that it must be a 4K television with HDR support and Dolby Atmos.

3. FAOs: Learn more about the details

3.1 Are OLED TVs durable?

These TVs have excellent picture quality. However, there has been a debate over their image retention. Also referred to as a “Burn-in”, a study in Korea has revealed that OLED TVs have a life span of 11 years when used continuously!

These TVs have excellent picture quality. However, there has been a debate over their image retention. Also referred to as a “Burn-in”, a study in Korea has revealed that OLED TVs have a life span of 11 years when used continuously!

3.2 Are OLED TVs good for gaming?

Yes, OLED TVs are superb for gaming. With their HDR display and fast response, the eye for details in an OLED is a magnificent experience.

Yes, OLED TVs are superb for gaming. With their HDR display and fast response, the eye for details in an OLED is a magnificent experience.

3.3 Can OLED TVs be wall mounted?<

Yes, OLED TVs can be wall-mounted using a flat mount usually accompanied by the TV itself.

Yes, OLED TVs can be wall-mounted using a flat mount usually accompanied by the TV itself.

3.4 What does an OLED TV mean?

Organic Light Emitting Diode is what OLED stands for. These TVs have a thin carbon-based screen that is built in the TV. The quality of this screen is what determines the quality of the TV.

Organic Light Emitting Diode is what OLED stands for. These TVs have a thin carbon-based screen that is built in the TV. The quality of this screen is what determines the quality of the TV.

3.5 How to clean the OLED TV screen?

A soft and dry cloth would be great to wipe the screen exterior. If any stains are on the TV, you can use a diluted synthetic detergent to clean it. Do not use a highly concentrated portion of detergent!

A soft and dry cloth would be great to wipe the screen exterior. If any stains are on the TV, you can use a diluted synthetic detergent to clean it. Do not use a highly concentrated portion of detergent!

3.6 Which is the best OLED TV in the Netherlands?

Samsung, Philips, Sony, LG and Panasonic are the best TV brands in the Netherlands. Have a look at our product reviews to find out the best pick!

Samsung, Philips, Sony, LG and Panasonic are the best TV brands in the Netherlands. Have a look at our product reviews to find out the best pick!

3.7 Are curved TVs better than flat TVs?

Not necessarily. In fact, some tests show that the curvature does not do much for the image quality. In fact, they suffer more from reflections in the image. The experts say that ultimately It is a matter of taste whether you buy a curved or flat TV.

Not necessarily. In fact, some tests show that the curvature does not do much for the image quality. In fact, they suffer more from reflections in the image. The experts say that ultimately It is a matter of taste whether you buy a curved or flat TV.

3.8 What is the difference between OLED and LED?

OLED TVs do not need a backlight. They are made of organic film sandwiched in between the glass. Each tiny LED in this OLED screen can produce light and colour in a single bulb, thus removing the need for a separate light source. 

LEDs, on the other hand, require a backlighting panel. LEDs can produce colour but need a separate lighting source. When darker colours are displayed, LED TVs have to dim the backlight, whereas OLED TVs simply turn off the pixels. This is what improves the picture quality in OLED.

OLED TVs do not need a backlight. They are made of organic film sandwiched in between the glass. Each tiny LED in this OLED screen can produce light and colour in a single bulb, thus removing the need for a separate light source. 

LEDs, on the other hand, require a backlighting panel. LEDs can produce colour but need a separate lighting source. When darker colours are displayed, LED TVs have to dim the backlight, whereas OLED TVs simply turn off the pixels. This is what improves the picture quality in OLED.

3.9 What is the difference between OLED and QLED?

The image quality is sublime in both cases. However, the main difference between an OLED and QLED is that OLED TVs are self-emitting the light. QLED TVs usually just transmit the light from a backlit LED panel. This is why QLED wins on paper concerning brightness fails to produce better black spaces. Another difference is the contrast - an OLED TV has higher contrast than a QLED TV. In a lit room, you will have better image quality with a Qled TV.
Only Samsung produces QLED TVs, and it does so as an alternative to OLED televisions.

The image quality is sublime in both cases. However, the main difference between an OLED and QLED is that OLED TVs are self-emitting the light. QLED TVs usually just transmit the light from a backlit LED panel. This is why QLED wins on paper concerning brightness fails to produce better black spaces. Another difference is the contrast - an OLED TV has higher contrast than a QLED TV. In a lit room, you will have better image quality with a Qled TV.
Only Samsung produces QLED TVs, and it does so as an alternative to OLED televisions.

3.10 What is a 4K TV?

A 4K television is the successor to the Full HD TV with a high-resolution (3,840 by 2,160 pixels) screen. The image is much sharper on a 4K TV than on a Full HD television (1920 by 1080 pixels). 

A 4K television is the successor to the Full HD TV with a high-resolution (3,840 by 2,160 pixels) screen. The image is much sharper on a 4K TV than on a Full HD television (1920 by 1080 pixels). 

3.11 What is an 8K TV?

An 8K TV has four times the high resolution (7680 x 4320 pixels) than a 4K television or 16 times as many pixels as a Full HD TV. Currently, an 8K television is the highest resolution TV in the market. Also known as an 8K Ultra High Definition or 8K UHDTV television, it produces a sharper image than a 4K TV. 
There are plenty of choices in the market when it comes to 8K TV due to which they are pretty pricey, and only Samsung, LG and Sony are offering them.

 If you really want to have the latest in your home, choose an 8K TV set. However, we will also suggest that you go for an 8K TV only if you have a fat wallet because not much content is produced to be watched on an 8K TV.

An 8K TV has four times the high resolution (7680 x 4320 pixels) than a 4K television or 16 times as many pixels as a Full HD TV. Currently, an 8K television is the highest resolution TV in the market. Also known as an 8K Ultra High Definition or 8K UHDTV television, it produces a sharper image than a 4K TV. 
There are plenty of choices in the market when it comes to 8K TV due to which they are pretty pricey, and only Samsung, LG and Sony are offering them.

 If you really want to have the latest in your home, choose an 8K TV set. However, we will also suggest that you go for an 8K TV only if you have a fat wallet because not much content is produced to be watched on an 8K TV.

3.12 What is the lowest and highest screen size that a TV is available in?

The minimum TV screen size is 32 inches (81 cm), and the largest TV has a screen size is no less than 98 inches (248 cm). 

The minimum TV screen size is 32 inches (81 cm), and the largest TV has a screen size is no less than 98 inches (248 cm). 

4. How-To: Usage hints and care instructions for OLED TVs

4.1 How to wall-mount a TV?

  1. Decide where you will position the TV: From which Angle you watch a TV often determines the superior picture quality. Thus, you need to consider the position very cautiously. You need to decide on this place even before you select a TV.

  2. Use a stud finder for locating the wall studs: Stud finder is a tool that will help in finding the perfect spot on the wall to mount your TV. Move it across the surface until it indicates it has found a stud. Now mark that place with some tape or paint.

  3. Mark and drill your pilot holes: The holes will allow you to mount your TV on the wall. If you want to DIY the drilling, follow these steps:

    1. Hold the mount against the wall. Be sure it is in a straight line.

    2. Use a pencil to mark the spots where you will drill the holes.

    3. Use a masonry bit to drill holes with your drill machine.

  4. Attach the mounting bracket to the wall: Raise the mount to the wall and hit the screws into the holes you made. 

  5. Attach the mounting plate to the TV.

    1. Remove the stand from the TV.

    2. Search for mounting plate holes at the back of the TV and align them with the holes on the wall.

    3. Now attach this plate to the end of the TV.

  6. Mount your TV to the wall: This is the final step! Grab someone to help you

    1. Lift the TV very cautiously. Focus the strength on your legs and not your back! 

    2. Align the mounting plate to the TV with the wall bracket and connect them. Use the manual for this, as the steps can vary depending upon the model! 

  7. Enjoy the show!

  1. Decide where you will position the TV: From which Angle you watch a TV often determines the superior picture quality. Thus, you need to consider the position very cautiously. You need to decide on this place even before you select a TV.

  2. Use a stud finder for locating the wall studs: Stud finder is a tool that will help in finding the perfect spot on the wall to mount your TV. Move it across the surface until it indicates it has found a stud. Now mark that place with some tape or paint.

  3. Mark and drill your pilot holes: The holes will allow you to mount your TV on the wall. If you want to DIY the drilling, follow these steps:

    1. Hold the mount against the wall. Be sure it is in a straight line.

    2. Use a pencil to mark the spots where you will drill the holes.

    3. Use a masonry bit to drill holes with your drill machine.

  4. Attach the mounting bracket to the wall: Raise the mount to the wall and hit the screws into the holes you made. 

  5. Attach the mounting plate to the TV.

    1. Remove the stand from the TV.

    2. Search for mounting plate holes at the back of the TV and align them with the holes on the wall.

    3. Now attach this plate to the end of the TV.

  6. Mount your TV to the wall: This is the final step! Grab someone to help you

    1. Lift the TV very cautiously. Focus the strength on your legs and not your back! 

    2. Align the mounting plate to the TV with the wall bracket and connect them. Use the manual for this, as the steps can vary depending upon the model! 

  7. Enjoy the show!

5. Did you know: Interesting facts, figures, and things to know about the OLED TVs

5.1 The first television image was transmitted by John Logie Baird on October 2nd, 1925.

5.2 The person, Philo Farnsworth, to invent the first wholly functional and electronic television system, did not actually like TV.

5.3 In 1982, Sony first produced a pocket television! It was called the Sony Watchman FD-210.

5.4 According to a recent study conducted in the UK, it became known that an average person spends nine and a half years in front of the TV! W-O-W!

5.5 RCA-630-TS was the name of the first mass-produced TV set in 1946!

5.6 The development of TV started in 1884 when Paul Nipkow invented the Nipkow disk. However, it was not until October 2ndnd, 1951, that the first television broadcast took place in the Netherlands.

5.1 The first television image was transmitted by John Logie Baird on October 2nd, 1925.

5.2 The person, Philo Farnsworth, to invent the first wholly functional and electronic television system, did not actually like TV.

5.3 In 1982, Sony first produced a pocket television! It was called the Sony Watchman FD-210.

5.4 According to a recent study conducted in the UK, it became known that an average person spends nine and a half years in front of the TV! W-O-W!

5.5 RCA-630-TS was the name of the first mass-produced TV set in 1946!

5.6 The development of TV started in 1884 when Paul Nipkow invented the Nipkow disk. However, it was not until October 2ndnd, 1951, that the first television broadcast took place in the Netherlands.

6. Our Picks: How we picked the best action OLED TVs

Are you all set to get your new television set in? Read thousands of research blogs before shortlisting the one for you. Making this choice is challenging for sure, but a well-informed decision is a must. Here are our detailed product reviews to push you in the right direction!

Are you all set to get your new television set in? Read thousands of research blogs before shortlisting the one for you. Making this choice is challenging for sure, but a well-informed decision is a must. Here are our detailed product reviews to push you in the right direction!

6.1 Samsung 43&rdquo; Q60T 4K Smart QLED TV

  • Samsung Q60T is a QLED television without the QLED price.

  • The Samsung Q60T has a standard design, with a black plastic casing, a thin bezel, and a curved rear.

  • The back of the TV set has a good selection of ports, including two USBs, satellite, AIR/CABLE, and Ethernet. There are three HDMI inputs, out of which one is an HDMI 2.1 port. You get eARC support as well.

  • The set is mounted on two feet instead of a central stand, which are very easy to insert without screws.

  • Geeting two remotes are custom for Samsung QLEDs. So, you get one standard rubber-button affair with a full numerical keypad remote, and another remote is a slimmed-down version with just the major buttons. The best part is that you get dedicated buttons for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Rakuten TV on both models.

  • Samsung’s Tizen OS offers a sleek and largely well-organised interface. 

  • The Q60T features a Quantum Processor Lite offering the best performance for its 8K TV models.

  • Samsung’s Wide Viewing Angle technology ensures that images hold up in terms of colour and contrast when viewed from the side.

  • The TV set seems to be heavy on blue light since blues and greens tend to come out stronger and accurately than reds or browns.

  • Things get more exciting when you move to 4K/HDR, as you will notice an increase in the range of colours.

  • For a tremendous HDR performance, the TV should have at least 1,000 nits. Unfortunately, this television set is not even near that benchmark. For a genuinely bright HDR set, you should move from Q60 to Q80T (900 nits) or Q95T (2,000 nits).

  • The Q60T’s audio performance is pretty standard with 20W built-in speakers, a mix of sound modes, an Amplify mode that emphasises dialogue. In short, its audio leaves a lot to be desired.

  • Samsung Q60T is a QLED television without the QLED price.

  • The Samsung Q60T has a standard design, with a black plastic casing, a thin bezel, and a curved rear.

  • The back of the TV set has a good selection of ports, including two USBs, satellite, AIR/CABLE, and Ethernet. There are three HDMI inputs, out of which one is an HDMI 2.1 port. You get eARC support as well.

  • The set is mounted on two feet instead of a central stand, which are very easy to insert without screws.

  • Geeting two remotes are custom for Samsung QLEDs. So, you get one standard rubber-button affair with a full numerical keypad remote, and another remote is a slimmed-down version with just the major buttons. The best part is that you get dedicated buttons for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Rakuten TV on both models.

  • Samsung’s Tizen OS offers a sleek and largely well-organised interface. 

  • The Q60T features a Quantum Processor Lite offering the best performance for its 8K TV models.

  • Samsung’s Wide Viewing Angle technology ensures that images hold up in terms of colour and contrast when viewed from the side.

  • The TV set seems to be heavy on blue light since blues and greens tend to come out stronger and accurately than reds or browns.

  • Things get more exciting when you move to 4K/HDR, as you will notice an increase in the range of colours.

  • For a tremendous HDR performance, the TV should have at least 1,000 nits. Unfortunately, this television set is not even near that benchmark. For a genuinely bright HDR set, you should move from Q60 to Q80T (900 nits) or Q95T (2,000 nits).

  • The Q60T’s audio performance is pretty standard with 20W built-in speakers, a mix of sound modes, an Amplify mode that emphasises dialogue. In short, its audio leaves a lot to be desired.

6.2 LG OLED 4K TV - OLED55C9PL5

  • The LG OLED55C9PL5 is a truly exceptional 4K OLED TV with a massive overhaul in the design category. It has a sleek and minimalist appearance along with a sloped stand. The bezel-less screen is surrounded by dark metallic trim, and both the stand and rear of the panel boast an attractive brushed-metal finish.

  • At the back of the television, there are four HDMI ports and three USB ports. All the HDMI ports are HDMI 2.1. This latest version of HDMI can not only handle a staggering 48Gbps but supports frame rates up to 120Hz!

  • Among three USB ports, one is at the side, and two are facing rearwards, along with a terrestrial and satellite tuner.

  • Moreover, the TV has a LAN port, a CI slot, an optical digital output, and a headphone jack.

  • Under wireless connectivity, there’s built-in WiFi (802.11ac), Bluetooth (5.0) and AirPlay 2.

  • Of course, the C9 includes the latest version of the Magic Remote with a fantastic ergonomic design, and it is comfortable to hold and highly intuitive to use.

  • It delivers all the pictures that an OLED TV should, including inky blacks and superior contrast ratios. Also, it is accurate in producing colours that are both natural and perfectly saturated.

    The default Standard picture mode offers bright, punchy images and colours, whereas, for industry standards pictures, you can switch to ISF modes.

  • The de-contouring feature that has a separate control in the menu is highly effective at reducing banding in compressed content. The new AI Brightness feature uses a sensor to detect ambient light and then adjust the brightness based on the viewing environment, thus correcting the visibility in dark areas of the picture. All this gives an SDR picture that is detailed, precise, and accurate.

  • The gaming performance is also excellent, and input lag is an imperceptible 12.7ms which is incredibly low, and when the same is combined with VRR and ALLM, it makes the C9 the best choice for gamers.

  • LG C9 television delivers an equally impressive HDR performance, despite only hitting maximum brightness of 780 nits.

  • The LG C9 sounds remarkably good with Dolby Atmos.

  • The new One Touch Sound Tuning feature uses the mic in the remote to analyse the sound level in the room from your listening position and set up the TV accordingly.

  • The LG C9 is an exceptional 4K OLED TV with some impressive features.

  • The LG OLED55C9PL5 is a truly exceptional 4K OLED TV with a massive overhaul in the design category. It has a sleek and minimalist appearance along with a sloped stand. The bezel-less screen is surrounded by dark metallic trim, and both the stand and rear of the panel boast an attractive brushed-metal finish.

  • At the back of the television, there are four HDMI ports and three USB ports. All the HDMI ports are HDMI 2.1. This latest version of HDMI can not only handle a staggering 48Gbps but supports frame rates up to 120Hz!

  • Among three USB ports, one is at the side, and two are facing rearwards, along with a terrestrial and satellite tuner.

  • Moreover, the TV has a LAN port, a CI slot, an optical digital output, and a headphone jack.

  • Under wireless connectivity, there’s built-in WiFi (802.11ac), Bluetooth (5.0) and AirPlay 2.

  • Of course, the C9 includes the latest version of the Magic Remote with a fantastic ergonomic design, and it is comfortable to hold and highly intuitive to use.

  • It delivers all the pictures that an OLED TV should, including inky blacks and superior contrast ratios. Also, it is accurate in producing colours that are both natural and perfectly saturated.

    The default Standard picture mode offers bright, punchy images and colours, whereas, for industry standards pictures, you can switch to ISF modes.

  • The de-contouring feature that has a separate control in the menu is highly effective at reducing banding in compressed content. The new AI Brightness feature uses a sensor to detect ambient light and then adjust the brightness based on the viewing environment, thus correcting the visibility in dark areas of the picture. All this gives an SDR picture that is detailed, precise, and accurate.

  • The gaming performance is also excellent, and input lag is an imperceptible 12.7ms which is incredibly low, and when the same is combined with VRR and ALLM, it makes the C9 the best choice for gamers.

  • LG C9 television delivers an equally impressive HDR performance, despite only hitting maximum brightness of 780 nits.

  • The LG C9 sounds remarkably good with Dolby Atmos.

  • The new One Touch Sound Tuning feature uses the mic in the remote to analyse the sound level in the room from your listening position and set up the TV accordingly.

  • The LG C9 is an exceptional 4K OLED TV with some impressive features.

6.3 Philps 55OLED754/12 4K UHD OLED Smart TV

  • Philips OLED754 is not for impulsive purchasers considering its price.

  • The 55OLED754 celebrates perfunctory minimalism with a thin bezel surrounding a panel that sits on two edge-place feet. The finish quality is high, and there is a nice brushed metal effect on the back of the panel.

  • The remote handset is intuitive, thanks to specific buttons like Netflix and Rakuten TV.

  • Connecting the television to other devices shouldn’t be an issue due to four HDMI inputs (support 4K HDR at up to 60Hz), a component/analogue AV, an optical digital audio output, and two USB ports.

  • Unfortunately, the HDMI 2.1 is unnecessary here since it doesn’t support 8K or 120fps.

  • The smart OLED754 TV doesn’t use an Android smart TV OS and is instead based on Linux. However, it still delivers leading streaming apps such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Rakuten TV, YouTube without undue complication or fuss.

  • The featuring Ambilight can be used to follow onscreen action or bathe your walls in a solid colour.

  • This Philip’s television visual allure comes alive as soon as you switch it on with perfect deep blacks and good near-black shadow detail. There is no issue of images looking two-dimensional and over inked. Colour richness is well pronounced, and the screen delivers a wide colour gamut image.

  • HDR peak brightness comes out to be over 600 nits (10% measurement window), rising to more than 700 nits (5% window).

  • The audio performance is also good enough with two 8W down-firing mid-high drivers, bolstered by a 24W woofer and passive radiators on the rear.

  • Philps 55OLED754/12 is a genuine OLED television with terrific image quality and fantastic sound effects.

  • Philips OLED754 is not for impulsive purchasers considering its price.

  • The 55OLED754 celebrates perfunctory minimalism with a thin bezel surrounding a panel that sits on two edge-place feet. The finish quality is high, and there is a nice brushed metal effect on the back of the panel.

  • The remote handset is intuitive, thanks to specific buttons like Netflix and Rakuten TV.

  • Connecting the television to other devices shouldn’t be an issue due to four HDMI inputs (support 4K HDR at up to 60Hz), a component/analogue AV, an optical digital audio output, and two USB ports.

  • Unfortunately, the HDMI 2.1 is unnecessary here since it doesn’t support 8K or 120fps.

  • The smart OLED754 TV doesn’t use an Android smart TV OS and is instead based on Linux. However, it still delivers leading streaming apps such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Rakuten TV, YouTube without undue complication or fuss.

  • The featuring Ambilight can be used to follow onscreen action or bathe your walls in a solid colour.

  • This Philip’s television visual allure comes alive as soon as you switch it on with perfect deep blacks and good near-black shadow detail. There is no issue of images looking two-dimensional and over inked. Colour richness is well pronounced, and the screen delivers a wide colour gamut image.

  • HDR peak brightness comes out to be over 600 nits (10% measurement window), rising to more than 700 nits (5% window).

  • The audio performance is also good enough with two 8W down-firing mid-high drivers, bolstered by a 24W woofer and passive radiators on the rear.

  • Philps 55OLED754/12 is a genuine OLED television with terrific image quality and fantastic sound effects.

6.4 LG OLED55BXPTA 55 4K Smart OLED TV

  • The LG BX OLED has a tense position in LG’s OLED TV range because it is a more affordable TV for those looking to switch to OLED. However, if you think whether the trade-offs the LG BX makes are worth the price, then the answer is yes.

  • The television offers some picture advantages, including excellent colour vibrance, deep blacks and contrast to make its pictures genuinely pop.

  • The LG BX OLED has a slim OLED panel, thin bezel and a negligible outline.

  • The TV stand is really lightweight, and it is relatively easy to screw into the back of the television. This trapezoid shape stand sits flatter to the counter.

  • There are 4 HDMI ports on the TV's back, all of which are of HDMI 2.1 standard. In addition, there are 3 USB ports, a PCMCIA card slot, an Ethernet, and connectors for satellite antenna.

  • The LG BX’s remote control is excellent. It is called Magic Remote that comes with an astonishing array of flexibility, offering easy navigation via a standard D-pad, a mouse-like scroller, to name a few things. If you’re constantly switching between content libraries, then the Magic Remote has you covered.

  • The television has excellent picture quality, but for cinephiles and picture purists, the BX falls short in a couple of places.

  • It has an Eco-mode that lowers the power output and is most preferred by environmentally-conscious viewers.

  • The additional HDR presets appear when watching HDR-compatible content, with Home Cinema making more concessions for ambient light in your home. In addition, the HD content looks exceptional on the 4K screen.

  • The Game mode feature offers the best experience to the gamers with functions such as VRR (variable refresh rate) and ALLM (auto low latency mode). And with consoles like 120Hz panel and HDMI 2.1, you get genuinely next-gen performance. Moreover, OLED panels are great for most video games, thanks to the high-contrast picture.

  • It has an accomplished built-in audio system with 40W of Dolby Atmos audio and a 2.2-channel system.

  • The LG BX OLED is the entry-level model for LG’s OLED range, and it is hard to find a cheaper model elsewhere than this from the brand.

  • The LG BX OLED has a tense position in LG’s OLED TV range because it is a more affordable TV for those looking to switch to OLED. However, if you think whether the trade-offs the LG BX makes are worth the price, then the answer is yes.

  • The television offers some picture advantages, including excellent colour vibrance, deep blacks and contrast to make its pictures genuinely pop.

  • The LG BX OLED has a slim OLED panel, thin bezel and a negligible outline.

  • The TV stand is really lightweight, and it is relatively easy to screw into the back of the television. This trapezoid shape stand sits flatter to the counter.

  • There are 4 HDMI ports on the TV's back, all of which are of HDMI 2.1 standard. In addition, there are 3 USB ports, a PCMCIA card slot, an Ethernet, and connectors for satellite antenna.

  • The LG BX’s remote control is excellent. It is called Magic Remote that comes with an astonishing array of flexibility, offering easy navigation via a standard D-pad, a mouse-like scroller, to name a few things. If you’re constantly switching between content libraries, then the Magic Remote has you covered.

  • The television has excellent picture quality, but for cinephiles and picture purists, the BX falls short in a couple of places.

  • It has an Eco-mode that lowers the power output and is most preferred by environmentally-conscious viewers.

  • The additional HDR presets appear when watching HDR-compatible content, with Home Cinema making more concessions for ambient light in your home. In addition, the HD content looks exceptional on the 4K screen.

  • The Game mode feature offers the best experience to the gamers with functions such as VRR (variable refresh rate) and ALLM (auto low latency mode). And with consoles like 120Hz panel and HDMI 2.1, you get genuinely next-gen performance. Moreover, OLED panels are great for most video games, thanks to the high-contrast picture.

  • It has an accomplished built-in audio system with 40W of Dolby Atmos audio and a 2.2-channel system.

  • The LG BX OLED is the entry-level model for LG’s OLED range, and it is hard to find a cheaper model elsewhere than this from the brand.

6.5 LG OLED55E9PUA E9 Glass 55 inch Class 4K Smart OLED TV

  • The LG OLED55E9PUA E9 strike a balance between mid-range excellence and premium knockout. 

  • What sets this model different from the rest of LG’s OLED range is its build. The sleek glass panel has replaced the traditional boxed display. The rest of the internal hardware and stand sit behind this out of sight, ensuring that you get an unspoiled view of the screen.

  • The brilliant build gives an impression of a floating screen.

  • The ‘out of sight, out of mind’ design also extends to the ports and inputs. There are three USB ports and four HDMI. All HDMI ports are the latest HDMI 2.1 standard.

  • There’s also a CI slot, Ethernet port, HDMI ARC and connecting options for using wired or wireless headphones.

  • The LG’s Magic Remote is also sleek and has an ergonomic shape that would fit naturally into your hand. It has Netflix and Amazon Prime Video buttons, large + and – buttons for the volume, and a central scroller to move through and select menus.

  • Its OLED panel is entirely at home with HD content, offering precise pixel control to bring out only the level of detail.

    The OLED panel can ‘turn off’ individual pixels for intense blacks and startling levels of colour contrast.

  • LG has also packed in a feature called HDR Pro, which enhances SDR images to use the panel’s expanded colour gamut.

  • The E9 features 4.2 channel speakers (60W) built into the television, giving the next level of audio separation for internal TV speakers.

  • Overall, the LG E9 OLED offers a striking image with crisp detail and genuinely cinematic visuals.

  • The LG OLED55E9PUA E9 strike a balance between mid-range excellence and premium knockout. 

  • What sets this model different from the rest of LG’s OLED range is its build. The sleek glass panel has replaced the traditional boxed display. The rest of the internal hardware and stand sit behind this out of sight, ensuring that you get an unspoiled view of the screen.

  • The brilliant build gives an impression of a floating screen.

  • The ‘out of sight, out of mind’ design also extends to the ports and inputs. There are three USB ports and four HDMI. All HDMI ports are the latest HDMI 2.1 standard.

  • There’s also a CI slot, Ethernet port, HDMI ARC and connecting options for using wired or wireless headphones.

  • The LG’s Magic Remote is also sleek and has an ergonomic shape that would fit naturally into your hand. It has Netflix and Amazon Prime Video buttons, large + and – buttons for the volume, and a central scroller to move through and select menus.

  • Its OLED panel is entirely at home with HD content, offering precise pixel control to bring out only the level of detail.

    The OLED panel can ‘turn off’ individual pixels for intense blacks and startling levels of colour contrast.

  • LG has also packed in a feature called HDR Pro, which enhances SDR images to use the panel’s expanded colour gamut.

  • The E9 features 4.2 channel speakers (60W) built into the television, giving the next level of audio separation for internal TV speakers.

  • Overall, the LG E9 OLED offers a striking image with crisp detail and genuinely cinematic visuals.

6.6 LG OLED65CX6LA 65” OLED CX 4K TV

  • After our comparison winner, this is another television with a variety of sizes. You can get from as small as 48” to as large as 77”. Of course, it is available in the two most common sizes as well - 55” and 65”.

  • This television from LG has received the consumer association best out of the test designation from this renowned testing institute. There are many televisions, and finding the right product can be quite a challenge, but the fact that the LG OLED65CX6LA - 65 inch has received this designation is a big plus, in our opinion.

  • The display technology of LG OLED65CX6LA - 65 inch is OLED.

  • The OLED display consists of more than 100 million self-illuminating pixels providing deep blacks and the brightest colours. 

  • The television comes with some fantastic refresh rate which is missing amongst our top rankers. With a 100 Hz refresh rate, you will definitely get a smooth viewing experience. Due to this high refresh rate, this TV is perfect even for playing games and watching sports.

  • Due to being a smart television, it is equipped with WiFi and lets you communicate wirelessly with the internet and instantly access OTT platforms like Netflix and Youtube. 

  • Thanks to the a9 Gen3 processor, the image is extra detailed, bright and colourful.

  • The HDMI 2.1 inputs make it perfect for 4K images with 100 Hertz or techniques that are useful for gamers. 

  • The television has 4 HDMI and 3 USB connecting points in total.

  • Other connections include a LAN (Ethernet), an optical digital output (S / PDIF, fibre optic), a headphone/line out (3.5 mm jack), two antennas (1x satellite, 1x cable/terrestrial), and one CI slot.

  • The AI Sound Pro mode delivers a massive wall of sound that projects far beyond the TV’s edges.

  • The stunning design and aggressive new price make it something special.

  • After our comparison winner, this is another television with a variety of sizes. You can get from as small as 48” to as large as 77”. Of course, it is available in the two most common sizes as well - 55” and 65”.

  • This television from LG has received the consumer association best out of the test designation from this renowned testing institute. There are many televisions, and finding the right product can be quite a challenge, but the fact that the LG OLED65CX6LA - 65 inch has received this designation is a big plus, in our opinion.

  • The display technology of LG OLED65CX6LA - 65 inch is OLED.

  • The OLED display consists of more than 100 million self-illuminating pixels providing deep blacks and the brightest colours. 

  • The television comes with some fantastic refresh rate which is missing amongst our top rankers. With a 100 Hz refresh rate, you will definitely get a smooth viewing experience. Due to this high refresh rate, this TV is perfect even for playing games and watching sports.

  • Due to being a smart television, it is equipped with WiFi and lets you communicate wirelessly with the internet and instantly access OTT platforms like Netflix and Youtube. 

  • Thanks to the a9 Gen3 processor, the image is extra detailed, bright and colourful.

  • The HDMI 2.1 inputs make it perfect for 4K images with 100 Hertz or techniques that are useful for gamers. 

  • The television has 4 HDMI and 3 USB connecting points in total.

  • Other connections include a LAN (Ethernet), an optical digital output (S / PDIF, fibre optic), a headphone/line out (3.5 mm jack), two antennas (1x satellite, 1x cable/terrestrial), and one CI slot.

  • The AI Sound Pro mode delivers a massive wall of sound that projects far beyond the TV’s edges.

  • The stunning design and aggressive new price make it something special.

6.7 Panasonic OLED-TV TX-55HZ1000E 55' 4K Ultra HD

  • The Panasonic OLED AV fans wait gets over with HZ1000.

  • The television aesthetic is timeless elegance rather than fashion-forward. It has top-notch build quality and finishes. The bottom-heavy cabinet is more fulsome than commonly seen on OLEDs. The screen is virtually flush with a swivel stand.

  • The connectivity is reasonably comprehensive. There are four HDMI inputs supporting eARC, an analogue AV input, optical digital audio output, Ethernet, and three USB points. A 3.5 mini-jack is also there to connect wired headphones or subwoofer output.

  • It is a smart TV with standard Home screen launches and buttons designated Apps, Devices, Live TV, and Main Menu. It has a friendly interface and is less busy than any of the Android builds.

  • The TV produces sharp images. In addition, it offers superb shadow detail and nuanced colour fidelity.

  • The HZ1000 features a wide range of image presets, including Dynamic, Normal, Cinema, Filmmaker, True Cinema, Custom, Professional 1&2 and Sport, plus Dolby Vision HDR variants.

  • The Panasonic original concept-Filmmaker Mode with Intelligent Sensing and Dolby Vision IQ- is big news here.

  • Thanks to the uprated HCX PRO Intelligent processor, the image quality is sensational with both 4K and HD sources. 

  • It is equipped with an unremarkable stereo sound system with 2x15W amplification.

  • There is also an interesting faux surround sound mode, dubbed Cinema Surround Pro, that can be a part of a larger AV system.

  • The set’s console gaming performance is also adequate.

  • If you’re looking for the best OLED display that gets along with a separate home cinema sound system, especially for movies and cinematic TV shows, then HZ1000 is as good as it gets.

  • The Panasonic OLED AV fans wait gets over with HZ1000.

  • The television aesthetic is timeless elegance rather than fashion-forward. It has top-notch build quality and finishes. The bottom-heavy cabinet is more fulsome than commonly seen on OLEDs. The screen is virtually flush with a swivel stand.

  • The connectivity is reasonably comprehensive. There are four HDMI inputs supporting eARC, an analogue AV input, optical digital audio output, Ethernet, and three USB points. A 3.5 mini-jack is also there to connect wired headphones or subwoofer output.

  • It is a smart TV with standard Home screen launches and buttons designated Apps, Devices, Live TV, and Main Menu. It has a friendly interface and is less busy than any of the Android builds.

  • The TV produces sharp images. In addition, it offers superb shadow detail and nuanced colour fidelity.

  • The HZ1000 features a wide range of image presets, including Dynamic, Normal, Cinema, Filmmaker, True Cinema, Custom, Professional 1&2 and Sport, plus Dolby Vision HDR variants.

  • The Panasonic original concept-Filmmaker Mode with Intelligent Sensing and Dolby Vision IQ- is big news here.

  • Thanks to the uprated HCX PRO Intelligent processor, the image quality is sensational with both 4K and HD sources. 

  • It is equipped with an unremarkable stereo sound system with 2x15W amplification.

  • There is also an interesting faux surround sound mode, dubbed Cinema Surround Pro, that can be a part of a larger AV system.

  • The set’s console gaming performance is also adequate.

  • If you’re looking for the best OLED display that gets along with a separate home cinema sound system, especially for movies and cinematic TV shows, then HZ1000 is as good as it gets.