If you want the best 60-inch TV you can buy right now, we recommend the 60-inch Vizio E Series (2017)(available at Walmart for $428.00). For around $700 online, you're getting a very reliable 60-inch TV that provides 4K resolution, HDR compatibility, and great features.
Unfortunately, there just aren't as many 60-inch TVs to be found these days. We only have one lab recommendation from 2017, with most manufacturers preferring 55-inch TVs or 65-inch TVs as standard.
These are the best 60-inch TVs we tested ranked, in order:
60-inch Vizio E Series
Sony KD60X690E 60-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2017 Model)
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Vizio's 2017 E Series continues the company's tradition of bundling the latest in TV tech—in this case, 4K resolution and HDR support—with decent design trappings and intuitive smart features in a very affordable package.
For under a grand, you're getting a 60-inch 4K/HDR TV that performs as well as this one is an excellent value. To boot, it's also one of the best-performing TVs in this price range. Read the full review.
We haven't reviewed this exact 2017 Sony series, but have reviewed slightly higher-end sets (the X800E series). The X690E is $500 off its list price on Amazon, and delivers 4K resolution, HDR playback/compatibility, and decent design. However, Amazon reviews are pretty dodgy and we didn't actually test the X690E series, so it's a consideration only.
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. As Editor of the Home Theater vertical, Lee oversees reviews of TVs, monitors, soundbars, and Bluetooth speakers. He also reviews headphones, and has a background in music performance.
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