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 HBO Max 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 theater 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
Released last year, the Sony XBR-75X800H is our top pick for amazing 4K images, tremendous upscaling capabilities, smart features and pretty much everything else. With a 4K HDR Processor X1 and colors boosted by the TRILYMINOS branded display, it's seriously boost your next movie night.
The TV is full to the brim with smart compatibilities, running on the user-friendly Android TV platform with in-built Google Assistant for voice control, as well as working with Alexa if you're more of an Amazon household. You can also integrate your iOS devices with Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit support. Basically, if it's smart, the Sony TV works in tandem.
And if you're a gamer you'll enjoy the Sony 4K gaming mode, which promises smoother images and better response time. Reviewers report that sound quality is good, too, so if you're not enthusiastic about buying a soundbar (or if you are, take a look at our ranking of the best soundbars) on top of your new TV, you'll be okay.
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.
Dolby Atmos means guaranteed sound quality
Not only does the LG CX OLED Series promise a super impressive visual experience, but it boasts the audio to match. Thanks to Dolby Atmos, you're sure to enjoy your favorite films with immersive, 3D surround sound.
Enjoy your favorite content from top streaming platforms
Enjoy instant access to your favorite streaming platforms like Netflix and YouTube without the need for trailing wires, connected laptops or expensive satellites.
Google Assistant & Amazon Alexa
Interested in smart technology? You'll love the fact that the LG CX OLED Series connects directly to Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, meaning it's now possible to control your television using nothing other than voice control.
- Want to go even bigger? Check out or ranking of the best projectors for a true cinematic experience
This Samsung television is without doubt the best 75 inch TV currently available on the market. If you're looking for incredible audio visual quality, look no further.
Incredible 8K quality
Enjoy enhanced color, texture and skin tones on the big screen for the ultimate home cinema experience. Four times the resolution of 4K, this image quality – which is free of pixels – simply cannot be beaten.
Adapts to bring you the best audio and visual experience
Designed to bring you the best sound and picture, whatever you're watching, the Samsung Q900 automatically adapts to ensure consistently high quality.
Perfect picture from every angle
Thanks to innovative design, the Samsung Q900 also guarantees a perfect picture from every angle, which is great if you're planning on hosting the movie nights this super screen deserves.
And when your TV is turned off, you won't have to worry about it being too much of an eye sore. With ambient mode, you can watch your TV blend seamlessly into your interior scheme. Or, project your favorite photos, artworks and more.
For less than $2,000 for the 75in screen, this Hisense TV is another affordable option on our list which will give you that super-size screen without whittling away the dollars.
Behind the big screen is ULED technology, Quantum Dot and Dolby Vision HDR which all work in harmony to give you a bright and colorful picture set.
There's also full array local dimming zones to ensure a superior HRD experience.
With Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, you can ask your TV pretty much anything from turning down the lights to selecting which TV show you want to watch from an app.
Now available with your Google Assistant built-in you can just say 'Ok Google' to quickly find what you want to watch. Choose from HBO NOW to YouTube to a host of games. There's something here for all the family.
This inexpensive 75-inch TV gets our vote for value. Okay it's last year's model BUT we're impressed with what it has to offer.
Big screen, small price
Whilst this TV doesn't blow us away with the picture quality it does still do a pretty good job of offering bright, colorful HDR and exceptionally clear images for the price.
This smart platform is a place where you can watch what you want, when you want it on demand. It has a simple home screen with an easy-to-use remote control so you can start streaming from a choice of 150,000+ movies and TV episodes across thousands or free TV channels.
- Looking for something a little smaller? Here's our guide to the best 65 inch TVs
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 for your 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.
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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