Large screens like the best 75-inch TVs may have seemed like a lavish expense just a few years ago. Still, they are now becoming more popular because of their reduced price tag and ability to give you a cinematic experience in the comfort of your home.
This has only gotten more potent in the past couple of years as we've invested more in streaming platforms such as Disney+ and Netflix, which give us newly released flicks alongside endless viewing options – making the larger 75-inch TV look more and more tempting.
These larger screens are the best at recreating the theatre experience without being too hard on the wallet (at least until 85-inch TVs get a bit cheaper), giving you more immersion in what's going on - whether that's cheering on your team or bingeing the latest box set.
But we know that something so pricey will require careful consideration before you commit, not just because of the considerable presence a 75-inch TV will have in your living room but also because of how befuddling the number of terms and acronyms in the TV world has become. OLED, QLED, HDR, 8K - and the rest!
To cut some of the stress from your research, we've assembled a list of what we believe to be the best 75-inch TVs currently available and some additional buying advice further down the page. And we're always on the lookout for new releases, so watch this space.
Of course, if you're not sure that a 75-inch model is suitable for you, then you can look at our guide to the best TVs of any size (and budget).
The best 75 inch TVs 2023
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Whether you're a gamer, a movie buff or just someone who wants a television with the latest specs and tech, the LG C1 is a winner. The set is a 2021 model, so a little more affordable, and you won't be compromising too much on performance.
The OLED panel gives you individually self-lit pixels that will look fantastic and upscale anything you watch to stunning 4K. You also get Dolby Vision IQ for better colour and contrast, and in-built Dolby Atmos sound makes getting a soundbar or surround sound system less of a priority.
It also promises to be suitable for gamers, with AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync enhancing the experience and a 1ms response time.
The 77" LG C1 is a solid choice for families who want a TV that does everything well – if you don't mind spending a bit more. You also get in-built Google Assistant and Alexa for voice control.
As a 2022 model, you would expect the Samsung QN95B Neo QLED 4K Smart TV to offer the very latest tech. The set sports a Quantum Mini LED panel, which means that individual light zones offer improved colour and contrast and is anti-glare for the best experience whether you're watching in the evening or during the day.
The audio is also excellent, with Dolby Atmos surround sound along with Samsung's Object Tracking Sound+. This means you'll experience sound as if it's coming from a particular part of the screen - brilliant if you're working with a large TV like this. There's also 4K upscaling to make older content look better and a slim profile so that the QN95B looks smart in your living room.
First up on our list is this incredible 77-inch TV from Sony, which is a fantastic option if you're serious about creating a home cinema experience. The Sony Bravia AG9 combines deep blacks on the OLED screen with Pixel Contrast Booster for enhanced colour contrast.
Throw in TRILUMINOS Display and Ultimate Picture Processing, and you'll see an expansive range of brightness, detail and colour across the big screen, bringing everything you see to life. Beyond its boosting prowess, the set also features a unique speaker configuration, which lets it vibrate its screen to create sound.
Samsung's Frame TV has remained popular, especially with those interested in having their homes look great even after introducing smart tech, with its customisable picture frame-style bezel, Art Mode for displaying photos and artwork, and more.
The 2021 release of The Frame offers 4K Quantum processing, upscaling almost anything you throw at it, and built-in Bixby and Alexa for effortless smart home compatibility.
Dual LED TV tech also gives more balanced tones between warm and cool colours, and the set adjusts the screen's brightness based on the room's light conditions. And if you want to display family snaps or great works from the Art Store while you're not watching, it's easy. This is the best 75-inch TV if you want a QLED TV.
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By far the most expensive TV on this list, the LG Z2 OLED 8K Smart TV is one for whom money is no object. You get a lot for your money, though, with 77-inches of self-lit OLED pixels - 33 million to be more accurate. The set is part of LG's SIGNATURE range, with a premium design and cutting-edge tech.
The gallery design wall mount ensures that the TV will sit as flush to the wall as possible, with a table stand sold separately. As for the picture, while there isn't a whole lot of native 8K content around to enjoy right now, the Z2 boasts AI-assisted 8K upscaling to make sure everything looks as good as possible.
How to choose the best 75 inch TV for your home
What are the typical dimensions of a 75 inch TV?
The televisions on this list range from 158-189cm, which is quite different when picking the perfect 70-77 inch TV for your space. The longest is the 77-inch LG GX, which you will need to wall mount, and the most narrow is the 70-inch Philips Ambilight PUS8555.
But there can also be slight differences between sets of the 'same' size. For example, the 77-inch LG GX (189.4cm) is significantly larger than the 77-inch LG CX (172.3cm).
The variation is even more significant in weight, with our choices varying between a svelte 27.6kg and a hefty 35kg.
The main point is that - despite suggestions otherwise - you can't guess when choosing the best 75-inch TV for your living room. So always read the specifications between committing.
Is a 75 inch TV too big?
This is a question you may be asking yourself for a good reason. While even larger televisions are available for the everyday consumer, a 75-inch TV will still make its presence known in the average home.
Still, there is a range of sizes available within this range, with 70-inch sets and 77-inch sets all coming under the same banner. Manufacturers know that not everyone can fit the same sized televisions in their living room as they can in their bedroom or want the same sized screen for watching movies as they do for gaming, so they tend to release a more expansive selection as a result.
Mounting a 75 inch TV
Where you mount your 75-inch TV depends mainly on the set-up of your viewing room, including how far away from the TV you expect to be sitting. Expert advice indicates that your TV should be mounted at eye level when sitting not to cause neck strain, but it may be true that you tend to watch TV lying down or frequently host parties where the eye levels of guests will vary.
Use your judgement on what will be the best height for most of the time. You can read our guide on mounting a TV for complete preparation before you get the screwdriver out.
In short, make sure you're not trying to mount your new, expensive TV with an ill-fitting bracket, measuring the dimensions and weight of your screen before looking for the perfect mount. Most will list the optimal TV size and maximum weight – pay attention to these, and you shouldn't go too far wrong.
Are 75 inch TVs worth it?
You're unlikely to regret your decision if you've researched and chosen the best 75-inch TV for your needs and circumstances. They are currently the best option for those who want to enjoy big-screen delights without paying an arm and a leg for new 8K or 85-inch sets. Even though they're still pricey, you can get good deals without sacrificing features.
Of course, it's not your only option for upping your screen size, with the best projectors going a few steps further with screens up to 100" or more – often with comparable image quality.
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