Lee has been Reviewed's point person for most television and home theater products since 2012. Lee received Level II certification in TV calibration from the Imaging Science Foundation in 2013, and went on to rework Reviewed's display evaluation methodology and test labs to reflect the latest industry standards for 4K and High Dynamic Range displays.
In 2016, Lee gave a presentation on the importance of HDR benchmarking during CE Week's annual TV Shootout. He's brought at least three stray CRTs (tube TVs) into Reviewed's Cambridge office for safe-keeping, and wants to make sure you recycle yours.
Originally from Kentucky, Lee holds a Bachelor's in Music Performance (classical guitar) with a minor in Literature from Westfield State University. In his free time, Lee moonlights as a guitarist and composer, and occasionally combines his passion for screens and music via long-winded reviews of video game soundtracks. He seems to enjoy sharks.
Articles & Reviews by Lee Neikirk
Samsung's Q90A may be one of the best LED TVs ever made
Samsung's Q90A Neo QLED may very well be the best 4K TVs ever made.Read More
Samsung deserves kudos for its eco-friendly Solar Cell remote
Samsung deserves praise for implementing eco-friendly remote controls.Read More
Can Samsung's MicroLED TV claim the OLED throne?
MicroLED won't surpass OLED in 2021, but does it even have a shot?Read More
Your wallet may just adore LG's new A1 OLED series
LG debuted a range of new OLED TVs for 2021—the A1 is the value pick.Read More
LG brightens its OLEDs, teases brand new TV tech for CES
LG will continue improving and innovating around OLED TV tech this year.Read More
Is this the year you should buy a Skyworth OLED TV?
Skyworth is bringing an OLED TV to the US market in 2021.Read More