The best OLED TVs you can buy
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The LG C8 is the best OLED TV you can buy because it shows off how powerful OLED technology is with excellent black levels, an attractive design, and a slew of features.
OLED TVs have been very popular among home theater enthusiasts for the past few years, and the continually dropping price point of this premium product means there's never been a better time to invest in one. If you want the best streaming, gaming, and movie watching experience, there's no substitute for an OLED TV.OLED stands for "organic light emitting diode," and while that just seems like technical jargon, it has serious implications for your TV watching experience. Instead of using a traditional backlight, OLED screens use a carbon-based film between two conductors that creates light when an electric current passes through. That means when there's black in an image, the TV won't display light at all, making for the highest dynamic range of any TV technology.
Like any high-end technology, though, there's a lot of confusion surrounding what you should buy. LG, Samsung, and Sony each have their own marketing lingo, which makes it difficult to know if you're even buying an OLED in the first place.
We've scoured the internet and tested some of the premium options on the market so you can find the best OLED TV in our buying guide
Here are the best OLED TVs you can buy:
- Best OLED TV overall: LG C8
- Best OLED TV for less than $1,600: LG B8
- Best high-end OLED TV: Sony A9F Master Series
- Best curved OLED TV: Samsung Q7C
- Best OLED TV for large rooms: Sony A1E
Read on in the slides below to check out our top picks.
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