Once, the best 65-inch TVs would carry price tags bigger than their screens. After all, why wouldn't they - they were at the cutting edge of what the best TVs could do. But now, you can find 65-inch TVs with the latest smart features for a very reasonable price. Case in point, you can use our expert-written guide to find the best 65-inch TV under £1,000.
We've found the very best 65-inch TVs on sale that'll give you the sharpest quality, the richest colour palettes and a host of features that won't break the bank. All of our choices offer 4K quality and are smart TVs, meaning you'll be able to stream your favourite shows whenever you want.
The best 65-inch TVs under £1,000 at a glance:
• The best budget 65-inch TV under £1,000: Samsung UE65CU7100KXXU- View on Argos
• The best ULED 65-inch TV under £1,000: Hisense 65U8HQTUK - View on Amazon
• The best budget 65-inch TV QLED under £1,000: Hisense 65E77KQTUK - View on Amazon
• The best 65-inch TV QLED under £1,000: Samsung Q65B - View on Amazon
If you're in the market for a 65-inch TV, you may want to consider having it wall-mounted (find out our recommendations for the best TV wall mounts here) to make the most of your living space.
Calling all gamers, film-buffs, and home cinema enthusiasts - for the absolute latest and greatest televisions of the year, here are our top selections for the best TVs of the year, you won't be disappointed. Below, you will see our choices for the products - among them, you are sure to find the best 65-inch TV under £1,000 for you.
The best 65-inch TVs under £1,000:
The best 65-inch TV under £1,000 on a budget
Consistently at the top of budget 4K television lists, Samsung offers a gorgeously vivid display
- Excellent performance
- Gorgeous picture
- Fantastic build quality
- Hard to compete with QLED technology
The best 65-inch ULED TV under £1,000
Easily one of the best 65-inch televisions under £1,000 on the market and Hisense's flagship smart
- Ultra bright 1300 nits display
- QLED technology
- Great picture
- 120Hz unavailable at 4K
The best budget QLED 65-inch TV under £1,000
Hisense has single-handedly changed our perception of just how good a deal you can get on a
- Fantastic QLED technology
- Incredible price
- Best deal on a 65-inch TV
- Slower processing
The best QLED 65-inch TV under £1,000
Easily one of the most premium QLED televisions you can buy for less than £1,000, Samsung's Q65B
- Beautiful dual-LED QLED screen
- Incredible colour volume
- Fantastic TIzenOS user interface
- Lower refresh rate than expected
The best TCL QLED 65-inch TV under £1,000
The TCL 65C641K offers up both excellent picture and sound quality for a low price. The trick to
- Bargain price for QLED and Dolby Vision support
- Gorgeous display
- Well constructed
- Average speakers
The best Philips 65-inch TV under £1,000
Philips’ range of electrical appliances is as broad as they come, from fridges to headlight bulbs
- Gorgeous design
- Great sound
- Fantastic picture quality
- Fairly expensive for no QLED technology
The best Sony 65-inch TV under £1,000
While typically far more expensive than its competition, Sony's BRAVIA X80K 4K TV is a huge step
- Incredibly affordable BRAVIA TV
- Perfect for watching sports
- Gorgeous picture quality
- No QLED or OLED technology
Not sure a 65-inch TV is for you? Check out our best 50-inch TVs roundups. All of these TVs have been hand-selected by What's The Best shopping experts. Our team has spent hours investigating and researching TVs, so you can choose the best one. Plus, we'd never recommend a product we don't believe in. Find out why you should trust us here.
What is 4K UHD?
Any TV that boasts a 4K UHD display runs in Ultra High Definition, and this refers to how many pixels there are - the more it has, the better the quality. A 4K TV has four times the pixels of a regular HD TV. The term 4K and UHD are completely interchangeable but guarantee an excellent image.
What is HDR?
HDR means High Dynamic Range and works by enhancing contrast which gives better depth and sharpness to images. Whites become brighter and blacks are darker.
What features should I look for?
When looking for a TV, also look for smart features. Smart TVs will allow you access to streaming apps, but make sure that your TV supports the apps you use. If it doesn't, you can always buy a streaming device, but remember that's an additional cost.
If your budget allows for it, look for a TV with a voice function. Not only is it a cool gadget to have, but it'll also come in handy when you inevitably misplace the remote.
Ryan Gilmore is a contributor for What's The Best. He also writes for CAR and Parkers.
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