Best LED TVs Under $2,000 of 2019By Reviewed Staff, August 14, 2015, Updated January 02, 2019
Walk into any electronics store and you'll be greeted by a gigantic wall of TVs. Figuring out which one is right for you can be a little intimidating, especially when you start considering things like smart platforms, 4K resolution, and picture size.
You can check out our in-depth TV buying guide for all the details, but if you're just looking for a great TV that won't break the bank, the info you need is right here.
These are our recommendations for the best TVs under $2,000. If that number's too rich for your blood, don't fret; many of our picks cost quite a bit less, or can be bought in a smaller size for a smaller price tag. Want to learn more about any particular model? Just click through to the full review.
Updated January 02, 2019
You're getting higher brightness and more color than the 2017 version, a better design, and more far-reaching smart features.
And while I can only comment with certainty on the 55-inch we tested, the local dimming was absolutely incredible, a real testament to the work that Vizio has done in recent years honing its local dimming algorithm. If that sounds like your cup o' tea, keep your eye on the P.
There's no ifs, ands, or buts about it—the 2017 P Series is another smash hit from Vizio. While it stumbles in a few small places due to the eccentricities of the full-array/local dimming backlight type, it's pound-for-pound a great TV that delivers all the fancy new tech goodies, meaning it'll stay relevant for years thanks to 4K, HDR, and a handsome design that'll look great in any home.
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While it's too early to call this TV the best value of 2018, holy moly, it's a serious value. The 6 Series is a top-notch performer with great HDR specs and a svelte, voice-searchable version of the Roku platform. Input lag is still good, and TCL has improved the sensitivity and granularity of its local dimming system, too. Grab this one up if you want future-facing 4K/HDR performance for way less than the competition.
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While it might be a little pricier than most buyers would like, you can't argue with this TV's quality. Testing revealed a huge set of advantages, including excellent picture quality, a good smart platform experience, and very attractive design elements. Drawbacks are minimal, meaning only HDR-crazy buyers will want to up the ante and buy into the brighter, more colorful Samsung QLEDs.
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Replete with advanced TV tech like 4K resolution, HDR compatibility, and "quantum dot" enhanced brightness and color, the Q8 is no slouch. For what you're paying, this is an extremely bright, colorful, and highly polished TV that will be especially attractive if you're excited about HDR.