Use this TV buying guide to get the right TV for your expectations and budget. 

Whether you're looking for simple shopping advice or need to know which features matter most, we’ve pulled together all of our advice into one place to answer the most common questions about buying a smart TV.  

 Don’t buy a TV with less than 4K resolution. Avoid full HD or 1080p sets, unless you're looking for a second (or third) TV. And even then, think if you can stretch your budget to 4K.

You can skip 8K TVs (for now). 8K TVs are super expensive, and 8K movies and shows aren't available yet.

Expect to pay about $500 for a good budget 55-inch 4K TV. And at least $900 for a 65-inch model. Models with a better picture, upgraded speakers and next-gen features will cost more.

 Look for 60 Hz or 120 Hz refresh rate: When it comes to refresh rates, 60 Hz is good, but 120 Hz is better. A higher refresh rate provides smoother motion for everything from movies and shows, to live sports and gaming.

 Look for an HDR-compatible set: This offers more realistic colors and better contrast. Preferably consider a TV that supports the more advanced formats, namely HDR10+ or Dolby Vision. Some will support both.

OLED TVs look much better than most LCD sets: But QLED TVs from Samsung, Vizio and TCL are an affordable middle ground.

Look for at least four HDMI ports. And opt for the newer HDMI 2.1 format if you can.

 Plan to buy a soundbar. TV speakers are worse nowadays because the screens are thinner.

Avoid extended warranties. Your credit card company may already provide purchase protection

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