The best Super Bowl 2023 TV shows we’ve found

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the power It’s set, and that means it’s a good time of year to be in the market for a new TV. With many major TV brands unveiling they the most recent Models Previously in the year at CESprices on Last few years Older collections but still worth the drop. Yes, those willing to wait and pay extra for the latest and greatest will likely get a better picture, but buying a well-reviewed older TV is usually a better value. While we don’t review many TVs here at Engadget, we scoured reviews and price history to find the best Super Bowl 2023 TV shows happening right now that might be worth your time. Prices may drop further over the coming months as TV manufacturers look to get rid of their inventory, but if you want a new set just in time for the Chiefs-Eagles game, here are some notable discounts.

Samsung S95B OLED TV 55 inch


S95B from Samsung Widely It is considered K First choice Among last year’s premium-level TVs, the 55-inch version is now available for $1,448, tying for an all-time low we’ve seen this holiday season. It previously sold around $1,600 for most of January. the 65-inch modelMeanwhile, it fell to $1,798, which is $20 more than the previous low.

The S95B isn’t exactly cheap, but reviews indicate that its QD-OLED panel delivers the kind of high contrast, deep blacks, and wide viewing angles you’d expect from a typical OLED screen. At the same time, the added layer of quantum dots allows it to achieve higher-than-usual brightness levels for OLED, as well as more saturated colours. This means that it should perform better than most current OLED TVs in a brightly lit room. In addition to the display technology, it has four full-bandwidth HDMI 2.1 ports, all of which are capable of outputting 4K video at a refresh rate of 120Hz. The main downsides are its lack of Dolby Vision HDR support and the fact that it does Just Available in 55 or 65 inches.

48-inch LG C2 OLED TV

LG C2 OLED TV (48 inch)


LG C2 OLED TV (48 inch)

That’s $100 less than the usual price we’ve seen for the 48-inch version of LG’s flagship OLED TV in recent months.

LG C2 OLED TV It can’t match the S95B in terms of color saturation or peak brightness (something for the company wants to treat it in 2023), but the consensus is that it still lives up to previous LG OLED TVs, with excellent contrast, black levels, and viewing angles. Like the S95B, it’s just as well suited for gaming, with four full HDMI 2.1 ports and 4K/120Hz support, and here you won’t miss Dolby Vision. It won’t look quite as nice outside of a dark or moderately lit room, especially with HDR content.

The C2 comes in a wider range of sizes, including the 48-inch variant on sale here. This group fell to an all-time low of $947, which is $100 lower than the price we saw over the holidays. If you want a larger group, 55- And 65-inch models Available for $1,297 and $1,697, respectively, though we’ve seen those prices for most of the past few months; The S95B might be a better buy in this range.

Samsung SN90B QLED TV 43 inch

Samsung QN90B QLED TV (43 inch)


Samsung QN90B QLED TV (43 inch)

If you want a smaller but still excellent LCD TV, that’s about $200 off the 43-inch version of Samsung’s well-reviewed QN90B.

If you’re looking for a smaller, but still high-end TV, the 43-inch version of the QN90B from Samsung It dropped to a new low of $898, which is about $200 off its average street price in recent months. 55-inch model It’s also available for an all-time low of $1,298, but it’s also been around for a while, and at that price most people should be getting the Samsung S95B or LG C2 and their superior OLED panels.

The QN90B is a more traditional LED LCD panel instead, but reviews note that quantum dot color technology and mini LED backlighting give it better contrast and HDR performance than most TVs of this type. It’s still brighter than most OLED sets too, and like the models above, it has a full four HDMI 2.1 ports and a 120Hz refresh rate. However, there’s no Dolby Vision, and like many LED TVs, it’s prone to a bloom effect around bright objects in dark scenes.

TCL 5-Series 55-inch QLED TV

TCL 5 Series QLED TV (55 Inch)


Reviewers we trust wire cutterAnd ratings praised elsewhere TCL’s latest 5-Series TV It delivers relatively impressive contrast (helped with decent full local dimming) and color, as well as support for Dolby Atmos and major HDR formats, for under $500. As of this writing, the 55-inch version of the TV is on sale for $370, an all-time low and about $60 less than usual. the 65-inch variant, meanwhile, is still available for the low price of $500. Just note that this TV is limited to a 60Hz base refresh rate, so it’s not completely Perfect for modern game consoles, and like most LCD sets in this price range, its image deteriorates when viewed from an angle.

Hisense 55 inch U6H ULED TV

Hisense U6H ULED TV (55 Inch)


Hisense U6H It’s a step behind the TCL 5-Series TV in terms of brightness and black uniformity, and it also doesn’t have true HDMI 2.1 support. It still performs well for the money, with decent full-range local dimming and quantum dots for solid colors. The U6H also uses the Google TV interface, so if you prefer it over the Roku-based user interface of the 5-Series TV, it’s a good alternative. It’s currently down to $368 for the 55-inch model, matching its previous low. the 65- And 75 in Models are available for $500 and $650, respectively.

to get a step up, Hisense U8H It is a well-respected mid-range model with a small LED backlight and a 120Hz refresh rate. It’s currently down to $650 for the 55-inch model, though we’ve seen it available for $50 cheaper in the past. It 65-inch variantHowever, it returned to its previous low of $898.

Sony X95K Mini LED TV 65 Inch

Sony X95K Mini LED TV (65 inch)


There are not many reasons for most of them to get Sony X95K on the premium options mentioned above, but reviewers in ratingsAnd Tom guide and the like deemed Mini LED TV a commendable choice for HDR content and video games alike. It also works on Google TV, but note that it only has two HDMI 2.1 ports and can suffer from blooming in dark scenes. Regardless, the 65-inch version of the X95K is down to $1,798, while the 75 inch model Available for $2,498. Both of these cuts mark new lows, about $200 and $500 below typical prices we’ve seen in recent months, respectively.

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