A large-sized TV can be great for your home entertainment setup. However, if the resolution isn’t high enough, the image quality can suffer. Hence when you’re getting a 65-inch TV, you should not only get one that is capable of 4K Ultra HD resolution, but also one that has the right features and panel technologies that complement the resolution. The combination of that large display and high resolution can make your favourite movies and shows feel all the more immersive. Here are some models available on Amazon selected on the basis of a good combination of both features and specifications.
The Pixellium Glass technology on the Vu Cinema TV promises 40 per cent enhanced brightness for your visuals. With HDR standards like Dolby Vision and HDR 10 supported, your favourite HDR content can look true to life on this model. Features like Pro Picture Calibration and Active Contrast also enrich your viewing experience. The TV packs 100W of sound output backed by JBL speakers with support for Dolby Audio. With its bezel-less build and titanium soundbar, the TV should improve the aesthetics of your room. The Vu ActiVoice Remote with voice search lets you search for your favourite content with voice commands.
At its core, the LG 4K TV wants to make your entertainment smarter with the LG ThinQ AI. The smart assistant brings voice commands and customised recommendations to your TV, the former used with the microphone button on the TV remote. The visuals on the LG TV are powered by a quad-core processor that ensures low noise and also upscales low-resolution images to match the quality of 4K. To deliver the best HDR output, the TV supports the 4K Active HDR feature, which uses multi-HDR and scene-level optimisation to attain the best results. All of this is packaged into a design with minimal bezels that makes for a great addition to any living room.
The Sanyo 4K TV offers an Android experience that is certified by Google, which means you get access to thousands of official Android TV apps. The TV’s performance is powered by a combination of a quad-core CPU, a triple-core GPU and 2GB of RAM, which aims for faster start times, seamless multitasking and lag-free browsing. The micro-dimming feature on the model analyses the TV’s visuals in 1296 separate zones. This adjusts the brightness for optimised contrast in every scene. The built-in Chromecast support also makes it easier to share content from your phone or laptop directly to the big-screen in your living room.
The visuals on the Sony Bravia 65 inch 4K TV are powered by its own X1 4K processor, which combines with the Triluminos display to promise richer colours for every frame. For content with fast-paced action, the MotionFlow XR technology and the native 50Hz display helps with smooth, detailed images. The TV also packs a lot of impressive features in the audio department. For instance, the Bass Reflex speakers aim for immersive audio while ClearAudio+ boosts clarity. The S-Force Surround Sound optimises the audio output for wider listening areas, and the Clear Phase Audio feature ensures uniform sound quality across frequencies.
The Personal Computer mode on the Samsung Wondertainment Series TV lets you mirror your personal computer’s screen easily onto the big screen. This feature makes the TV useful for work as well as entertainment. The Game Enhancer feature on the TV promises a gaming experience free from input lag and motion blur. The model also supports multiple voice assistants, which brings your entertainment controls just a voice command away. This also lets you control other smart devices connected to the same assistant. For improved UHD visuals, the Crystal Processor 4K powers the performance of the Crystal Display.
The TCL QLED TV uses the Quantum Dot technology, which helps it deliver an impressive 93%+(DCI-P3) colour gamut and brightness. This combines with Dolby Vision support to bring a whole new level of clarity and realism to your favourite shows and movies. The IPQ technology on the TV uses AI to identify the scene and ensure an optimised output for all types of content. TCL uses a software platform called AI-IN to provide an intelligent user experience, supporting smart voice controls and searches. The speaker is covered with a durable acoustic fabric. To achieve the best placement for your home, the stand on the TV lets you pick between two adjustable positions.