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75 inch TVs from top-brands like Samsung, LG and Sony belong on the dream wish lists of many a homeowner, but they don't come cheap, particularly if its a 75 inch 4K TV with OLED or QLED that you have on your mind. But not to to fear, all the latest deals and offers on 75 inch 4K TVs can be found right here on hotukdeals.
75 inch TVs from top-brands like Samsung, LG and Sony belong on the dream wish lists of many a homeowner, but they don't come cheap, particularly if its a 75 inch 4K TV with OLED or QLED that you have on your mind. But not to to fear, all the latest deals and offers on 75 inch 4K TVs can be found right here on hotukdeals.
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Updated 3rd SepLast updated 3rd Sep by Liang
Looking for the best TV I can get for a grand. Ideally with 4k 120hz, hdmi 2.1 But if not, a good mid range should do the job Any suggestions? Thanks in advance

maybe the sony deal at costco, ke75xh9005bu, 1350


this one is not even close, 50hz and no hdmi 2.1


Here are the TVs over 70” at Richer Sounds, have a look through at what they have and see if any of them meet your requirements for 120hz and HDMI 2.0 and price. If not then you’ll all least get a good idea of what you can buy with your budget. https://www.richersounds.com/catalog/category/view/id/1770?tv_screen_size_breaks=821


Samsung Q80T 55" is around £800 - £900 but might be worth investigating what sort of price range a 75" would be.


We recently bought this one Deal of the day: Philips Ambilight 70PUS7855/12 70-Inch LED TV (4K UHD, P5 Perfect Picture Engine, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, HDR 10+, Alexa Built-In, Freeview Play, Saphi Smart TV) - Light-Silver (2020/2021 Model) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08CVQ3NHX/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_dl_YHAQNNP6VPP90DMZQN9C?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

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Updated 24th AprLast updated 24th Apr by chrb
Help needed in choosing a 75" TV
Hi everyone, I need your technical opinions please on the following TVs: Samsung QE75Q60T Samsung UE75TU7100 LG 75UN70706LD Sony KD75X81JU Sony KE75XH8096BU Many thanks for all y… Read more

Agreed but has a few benefits over the Samsung has Google TV and hdmi 2.1 ports Screen type: Edge-lit LED, 50Hz native Resolution: 4K Processor: Picture Processor X1 XR Contrast: N/A HDR: HDR10, Dolby Vision, HLG Operating system: Google TV HDMI 2.1 ports: 2 (4K 120Hz, ALLM, VRR) Certification: Calman Ready Sound: Dolby Atmos, X-Balanced Speaker Design: 2-way Slim Blade stand (55in and above)


The 81J is the bottom of the Sony range but I totally agree with you


I would take a chance on the 81J the Q60T is bottom of the QLED range


its actually a replacement so I won't be paying for all of it. The 81J is only coming up at £45 extra so its pretty much a no brainer. The Q60T is an extra £265 so its all a bit strange! The LG is no extra cost and the 7100 is £55 - go figure.


avforums considered the LG, samsung TU7100 and 8096 all as best buys in this category in 2020. The LG has wider viewing angles but worse contrast and blacks. Without seeing reviews on 81J it’s impossible to say whether it actually performs better but it should be the best as 2021 model with google tv and better connectivity and a newer chip. For a similar price to 81J you could get to this which would probably be much better. I haven't checked prices elsewhere may be available cheaper centresdirect.co.uk/p-41121-sony-bravia-ke75xh9005bu-75-full-array-led-4k-hdr-android-tv.aspx

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Updated 24th Dec 2020Last updated 24th Dec 2020 by EndlessWaves
75 inch TV Sony XH90 vs XH95
Hi Struggling between the XH90 vs XH95 Not overly fussed with HDMI 2.1 as I’m a casual gamer Key for me is sports, Netflix , general sky HD. Is the XH95 worth an extra £500 ov… Read more

But Samsung and LG have produced really slow models too. Or do you have one of these models specifically, or one sharing the same hardware?


XH95 as it has much better hdr


Pay the extra, unless you upgrade every year or 2. The investment will be worth it.. maybe by next gen the consoles will do 120fps @ 4k.. not one or the other.


I have a Sony and it's soooo slow, wouldn't buy another, Samsung or LG will be next for me.


Have a look at hdtv test in you tube as there are detailed reviews, by Vincent, on the differences and it should help with your decision.

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Updated 29th Nov 2020Last updated 29th Nov 2020 by DaveG46
75" tv
Hi loads of TVs at the 1000 ish mark Anyone recommend the best? I was looking at the TCL qled one from Costco but they also have a Panasonic and 2 Samsung's at similar prices!

Some suggestions in here https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tcl-75c815k-75-inch-qled-4k-ultra-hd-android-tv-3596482?utm_source=mappshare&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=3596482 And here https://www.avforums.com/threads/my-best-value-tvs-2019-2020-edition.2259070/

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Updated 26th Nov 2020Last updated 26th Nov 2020 by adamderak
75" TV help
I'm looking to buy a 75" TV for around £1000. I've currently got my eye on this one 75PUS7805 as I'm interested in the ambilight but I've also read that the ambilight doesn't work… Read more

I think that issue is with the Philip s sync box, not the tvs

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Updated 27th Jun 2020Last updated 27th Jun 2020 by EshaanM
75 Inch Tv
Seen 2 75inch TVs on Currys and was wondering which the better one was. Samsung Vs LG. What would you guys recommend for me to buy. https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-ent… Read more

Will do that then (y) 🏽


75 inch for a bedroom, must be a really BIG bedroom 😄


i bought the second link you posted op the samsung75 inch for my bedroom and its so good its got now tv, bt sport, disney, netflix, amazon and even iptv! i dont need any other box. well worth the money go for it! i got mine from richer sounds 6 year warranty for £749


We’ve just bought an LG B9, but have had several faulty TVs in the process so have tried Samsung’s, Sony’s and LGs. Unfortunately, they all seem to be like this now. If you say no to them you just find you have to agree later, when you want to use the thing (annoyed) Though we went LG this time I have a 2018 7 series Samsung and actually really like it. Bang for buck the best TV I’ve ever bought. That said, I would go for the LG as it has an extra HDMI socket. If that didn’t bother you, it’s really much of a muchness. You probably won’t notice the difference between HDR10 and HDR10+ (as the panels at this price point don’t get bright enough) and the difference between HDMI2.0 and HDMI2.0a are negligible for these TVs. If you do get the LG, I would probably get it from JL though. I’ve had a slightly frustrating experience during COVID but in normal times their 5 year warranty is very good, and it’s the same price (the model number appears to be the same but do check yourself). LG at John Lewis


I have just bought a 7 series 43" Samsung an annoyed with several things about the pushing of services such as having to sign multiple disclaimers when set it up, forced to create a Samsung online account just to download Disney+ app, and Samsung's sponsored content being pushed, and even has dedicated buttons in remote for Rakuten app etc. I've always bought Samsung but will reconsider next time just for the above reasons.