Large screen TVs may have seemed like a lavish expense just a few years ago, they are becoming more popular with ordinary people because of more affordable price tags and being able to enjoy movies from home.
This popularity has only grown in the past year when we've all found ourselves spending more time at home than usual and, with services like Disney+ and Netflix promising to deliver the latest blockbusters straight to our living rooms moving forward, you'll want to get ready.
The best 75 inch TVs recreate the theatre experience, creating a more immersive viewing experience whether you're cheering on your team or bingeing the latest must-see Netflix show.
But we know that purchasing a screen of this size takes careful consideration, not just because of its potentially huge presence in your living space, but also because of the sheer number of confusing terms and acronyms that so often fly around. OLED, LED, HDR, 8K - and the rest! - can confound that best of us, but we're to help.
In this guide we aim to help cut through the jargon and assemble our pick of the best 75 inch TVs from the best brands on the market right now. And we're always on the look our for new releases, so what this space.
And if you're still not quite sure if a 75 inch TV is the right size, then check out our guide to the best TVs of any size (and budget).
The best 75 inch TVs 2021
We love OLED TVs here at Real Homes which is why the LG OLED77CX6LA gets our vote for THE best 75-inch TV. It's SO much more than just a television and is one which will look amazing from any angle.
This model offers a uniquely minimalist aesthetic, made possible by OLED’s revolutionary panel technology and ultra-thin form factor. The TV mounts flush to the wall akin to a piece of art in a gallery meaning it is the ultimate choice for interior design fanatics.
An OLED screen will showcase perfect blacks, intense colour, and infinite contrast which really are in a league of their own when comparing with LED screens. Boosted with HDR, you'll get even deeper, darker, bolder backgrounds for an incredible contrast.
Boasting Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa voice control built-in, you'll be in a position to easily switch between channels, plus get updates personal to you. And with Filmmaker Mode and Auto Genre Selection, movie marathons will never be the same.
Next up in our list is this incredible television from Sony, which makes another fantastic option if you're serious about creating a home cinema experience. The Sony Bravia KD77AG9 combines the deep blacks on the OLED screen with Pixel Contrast Booster, for an enhanced colour contrast.
Throw in the TRILUMINOS Display and Ultimate Picture Processor, you'll see an expansive range of brightness, detail and colour across the big screen which will bring everything you're seeing to life.
Beyond its boosting prowess the set also features a pretty unique speaker configuration which actually sees it vibrate its screen itself to create sound.
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The ideal television for those who would like their tech to blend into their décor whenever possible, the LG CX range is an attempt to make large TVs more friendly with interiors. Sitting flush to the wall like a hanging picture, you can use a collection of images to display when you're not actively watching something.
And the specs are also top-notch, with an OLED 4K display with A1-powered upscaling, Google Assistant and Alexa built-in, Dolby Atmos sound, compatibility with NVIDIA G-Sync for better gaming, and so much more. The magic remote is also popular, allowing you to navigate with just your voice.
The only thing we'd caution on is the lack of stand included, meaning you'll have to mount the TV to the wall - LG doesn't give you the choice here.
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One of the 75 inch TVs at the lower end of the price scale, the Panasonic HX940 is a brilliant option that utilises a simple edge-lit LED panel and Dolby Atmos sound for an immersive experience that's only let down by the relatively limited My Home Screen smart platform.
Still, the set looks great in the space, and HDR, Dolby Vision, HLG and HDR10+ are all present and correct, boosting how your TV and movies look in every regard. You can also hook it up with either Google Assistant or Alexa-enabled devices, folding it into your smart home.
A fraction of the price compared to the OLED TVs in this guide, the Nano90 is an affordable option if you want to watch a big TV with some fancy trimmings. Unique to LG, this tech promises to deliver pure and realistic colours to give you an incredible 4K Ultra HD display across the entire screen.
It also has wide viewing angles which means that you can sit pretty much anywhere in the room where you have sight of the screen and no detail will be missed.
Enjoy instant access to your favourite streaming platforms with webOS – that's Netflix, BBC iPlayer, YouTube and more, without the need for trailing wires, connected laptops or expensive satellites.
How to choose the best 75 inch TV
Suffice to say that getting a TV that's over 70 inches in size is a commitment, and not one to be undertaken lightly. Here's what you should consider before making a purchase:
Even if you've got the space for it, 75 inch TVs are expensive by their very nature. Don't go for this size unless you're prepared to spend a significant amount of money. Trust us, if you're looking for a cheap option then you'd be much better off getting a more premium set in a smaller size.
If you're comfortable with the space and monetary costs then you have a decent number of choices of TV, far more than you would have had in previous years.
In terms of panels, it's a pretty even split between OLED and LCD. Of the two, LCDs are the cheaper option but you'll still be paying OLED prices for them at this size. If you want the perfect blacks and wide-viewing angles of OLED then TVs at this size can easily jump into the tens of thousands - you have been warned.
Before we dive into our list of the best TVs available at this size we should just quickly point out that we've included a couple of 77 inch choices because frankly at this size you're unlikely to notice the extra couple of inches.
Big screens don't always mean big sound so if you don't already have the best soundbar, then it would be worth looking in to getting one so you can achieve that surround sound experience.
Can a 75 inch TV be mounted?
One of the first questions you may ask when looking for a 75 inch TV is whether it's too big to be wall mounted. The answer is no, but it depends.
Make sure that you're not trying to mount your new, expensive TV with an ill-fitting bracket, measuring the dimensions and weight of you 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 wrong.
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