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Find a TV that fits your entertainment needs and budget.
Enjoy extremely high color accuracy, wide viewing angles and a virtually blur-free picture.
8K Ultra HD TVs
Four times the resolution of 4K delivers big screens without sacrificing picture clarity.
Connect directly to the internet to easily stream your favorite movies and shows.
These TVs blend seamlessly into your home décor while delivering an immersive experience.
Keep up with fast-paced gaming action with TVs featuring a 120Hz refresh rate.
4K Ultra HD TVs
Get four times the resolution of 1080p HDTV and upscale all your current content.
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Shopping for a New TV
A TV is one of the most visible and frequently used pieces of electronics in your home, and Best Buy is the place to look for the latest and greatest TVs on sale. Whether you're in the market for an HDTV, a curved-screen TV, or a 4K Ultra HD TV, you'll find amazing TVs right here. And with TV sales happening all the time, it's good to check back often to catch the very best prices.
The Latest TV Technology
Some 4K Ultra HD TVs feature the latest HDR technology for better images than ever before. HDR technology, also called High Dynamic Range, delivers a wider color gamut than standard 4K TVs, an enhanced contrast, and an exceptional, lifelike picture quality. Check out an HDR TV for a difference you can see.
TV Styles & Features
So, you've found a TV for sale, and the price is right. How do you know if that TV's particular mix of features and specifications is right for you?
First, look at the display type. LED TVs perform particularly well even in brightly lit rooms, thanks to their advanced backlighting. OLED TVs offer some of the best picture quality available, featuring very high contrast, minimal blurring, near-perfect color precision, and wide viewing angles. Another important feature of OLED TVs is that the technology used to make their screens enables them to be extremely thin.
TV Screen Size Considerations
Another thing to consider is the size of your TV's screen. Bigger may seem like it's always better, but it's essential to balance the television to the size of the room — otherwise you may find yourself sitting too close for comfort. The basic guidelines are that 60"–90" TVs are great for media rooms and home theaters, 50"–64" TVs are good for larger rooms like big living rooms, 33"–49" TVs work best in medium-sized living rooms and larger bedrooms, and 32" or smaller TVs feel right in most bedrooms, kitchens or small apartments and dorms.