1. Sony

Sony

Sony

Sony is the only company other than LG to offer OLED televisions, thanks to a deal between the two companies allowing Sony to build TVs with LG panels. Thanks to the new X1 Extreme processor, Sony’s Bravia flagship series offers some of the best contrast we’ve ever seen. Samsung, Sony and LG. Sony is still a top choice but Samsung has taken Sony’s position with their new models. LG is the 3rd best TV. It’s still lagging behind the other two but does have good market share despite consumers preferring Sony or Samsung over other brands. Sony televisions may rank just behind LG and Samsung in our best TV brand selections, but this manufacturer still offers a host of very strong models under the Bravia brand name.

2. TCL

TCL

TCL

TCL Corporation  (Telephone Communication Limited) is a Chinese multinational electronics company headquartered in Huizhou, Guangdong Province. It designs, develops, manufactures and sells products including television sets. The Good The affordable TCL 6 series has excellent overall image quality, with deep black levels, very good brightness, rich contrast and accurate color. Its Roku smart TV platform is the best available, with a simple interface and extensive streaming app support. While they both offer excellent smart platforms, budget-oriented LG TVs will usually subpar picture quality compared to TCL TVs. They will do much better when viewed at an angle though. Overall, TCL’s TVs offer good picture quality and great features at a low price.

3. Toshiba

Toshiba

Toshiba

Toshiba Corporation is a Japanese multinational conglomerate headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. The Japan-based electronics maker said that beginning in March, any new HDTVs carrying the Toshiba brand in North America won’t be from Toshiba itself. Instead, Toshiba will license its name to Taiwan-based Compal Electronics for TVs in the U.S. and Canada. It’s not all cheap Toshiba TVs, however. The brand now offers 4K and even two flagship OLED TVs. The Toshiba 4K OLEDs are well worth investigating if they are reduced, too, though we’d suggest for the ultimate performance, the very best LG OLED TVs may prove capable of better pictures.

4. Insignia

Insignia

Insignia

Insignia is Best Buy’s signature house brand for televisions. Insignia TVs are value-oriented sets that are priced below similarly featured TVs from the major brands. LG is a top-tier TV manufacturer and is the biggest proponent OLED TVs, a new TV technology which currently dominates our ratings of larger-sized TVs. Insignia TVs are generally rebranded TVs from previous years from many brands. Each model line may come from a different company. Some of the newer Insignia TVs are actually built first time for Insignia. The Insignia Roku TV is a bargain 4K ultra-HD set with a surprisingly good picture and one of the best smart-TV setups available, thanks to Roku. There are two objections to 4K ultra-HD TVs.

5. LG

LG

LG

LG is a top-tier TV manufacturer and is the biggest proponent OLED TVs, a new TV technology which currently dominates our ratings of larger-sized TVs. Sony is one of the most recognized consumer electronics brands in the world. Press the Smart button on the included remote to access the Smart Home menu. From there, the LG Smart TV will take you through a setup wizard. Follow the onscreen prompts to connect to your home’s Wi-Fi and your cable box. Once connected, you’ll be able to access online videos, apps and more. LG Electronics produced South Korea’s first radios, TVs, refrigerators, washing machines, and air conditioners. Gold Star was one of the LG groups with a brethren company. Although LG is famous for their top-tier OLED TVs, they have a very versatile TV lineup that spans all budgets. In the mid-range category, the LGSK9000 is a very good 4k LED IPS LCD TV with wide viewing angles, excellent low input lag, but, unfortunately, just decent dark room performance.

 

6. Panasonic

Panasonic

Panasonic

Panasonic is one of the leading electronics brand and is one of market leaders in the Plasma TV technologies, especially for big screen TVs. If rates are competitive with other reputed brands like Sony, Samsung etc.  It is a good choice. A Panasonic spokeswoman said the company will stop producing TV screens at its plant in Himeji, western Japan, by the end of September. Panasonic has rated its 2008 range of Viera Plasma HDTVs with a half-life of 100,000 hours. This means that it theoretically takes over 11 years of constant operation until the screen reaches half its original brightness. Viera Cast is a Smart TV platform by Panasonic that makes it possible to stream multimedia content from the Internet directly into select Viera HDTVs and Blu-ray disc players.

 

7. Samsung

Samsung

Samsung

Samsung TVs will generally have a lot better picture quality than the average LG TV, with LG’s expensive OLED TVs being an exception.  At every price range, Samsung TVs provide a performance suitable for most buyers. They are quite good and usually without any major flaws besides the common ones for LCD TVs. Sony televisions may rank just behind LG and Samsung in our best TV brand selections, but this manufacturer still offers a host of very strong models under the Bravia brand name. Sony TVs excel in image quality, especially with its Ultra HD models, and you can find a wide range of LED-LCD screen size options from Sony. The lifespan of an LCD TV is generally longer than that of similar-sized plasma televisions. Some manufacturers even claim that their LCDs can last upwards of 100,000 hours when used continuously under controlled conditions.

8. Hisense

Hisense

Hisense

Hisense Smart operating system enables quick access to free and subscription streaming services, and it has three HDMI inputs for connecting high-definition media components. We’ve reviewed Hisense televisions of all sizes and price ranges, from the 32-inch M2600 to the 65-inch Series 7 ULED. Check out some of the review links below. Hisense R7E (50R7E) 4K UHD Roku TV review: The Hisense R7 series offers one of the best budget TV options ever, with great color and solid speakers. Color televisions were manufactured through the purchase of a production line from Matsushita, the first of many such technology transfers from foreign firms Hisense has made in order to remain competitive. It also provides a variety of services, including property management, information technology services, product design, mold design, pattern making as well as mold processing and manufacturing.

 

9. Sharp

Sharp

Sharp

Sharp has great TVs, but they just can’t compete with the likes of Samsung and LG. Sharp TV sets used to be some of the best on the market. TCL is an inexpensive TV like Insignia, Dynex, and several other brands. While Panasonic, Sharp, Samsung and LG all make their own panels and assemble their own HDTVs, Vizio makes nothing. They buy LCD panels and parts from outside companies and relies on third-party factories, mainly those owned and operated by the Taiwanese company Am Tran, to assemble these parts into TVs. Sharp TVs are good. In fact, they are great. But that’s the problem. Marketing is one aspect of this, and while Sharp may have “Pioneered” modern TVs, Samsung and LG are known for having the best modern TVs, at any decent price point

10. Vizio

Vizio

Vizio

Vizio offers inexpensive entry-level TVs with good value. While Panasonic, Sharp, Samsung and LG all make their own panels and assemble their own HDTVs, Vizio makes nothing. They buy LCD panels and parts from outside companies and relies on third-party factories, mainly those owned and operated by the Taiwanese company Am Tran, to assemble these parts into TVs.  Overall, Vizio TVs are very well priced and have great picture quality. They don’t have the high-end feel as some other brands, but they are one of the best value you can buy for your money.