Speaker 1: Hey, everyone. Super Bowl 49ers vs. Chiefs is coming up this Sunday, but there's still time to watch the big show on the big screen. Here are our favorite TVs from budget to high-end so you can experience gaming from the comfort of your couch. Speaker 1: So my favorite TV for overall value for money is the TCL QM 8 Series. Currently, this great television retails for around $900. If you are 65 years old [00:00:30] Since it is inch size, it is a considerable discount. There are 75 inch sizes around 1300, 85 inch and 98 inch sizes. This TV was the best overall value for money TV. That's because it has great brightness and great image quality thanks to its mini-LED technology. Once again, let's do a side-by-side comparison in the CNET TV lab. This was really, really, really good. Of course, you can spend a little more money on your TV, or a little less. I will explain the contents. [00:01:00] Slightly. However, this TCLQMA is still my choice as a perfect middle ground between image quality for the price. The next one to consider is the High Sense U Eight K. Speaker 1: This TV is like TCL's runner-up. Both use the Google TV streaming system, which is very good. Both have excellent image quality for their price.So, Hisense uses this mini LED technology, which is very bright, but not as bright and dynamic as TCL, but on the other hand, there are also advantages here [00:01:30] About the UAK series. There is actually a 55 inch size as well. Yes, the TCL QM Eight starts at 65 and the tasteful U Eight K in 55 inch size is around $700. Here they are heavily discounted for the Super Bowl. Of course, it is recommended to buy a bigger TV when watching a big game, but some people may want to save a little money if the only thing that will fit in the room is a 55-inch TV. yeah. A stylish UAK with excellent cost performance. Speaker 1: Also available in very large screen sizes of 65, 75 and 85 inches. [00:02:00] There is also a high-quality 100-inch TV that has just been released. Now, I didn't review this. This is Hisense U 76N. This TV has full array, local dimming. Although the number of LEDs is not large, the image quality characteristics due to local dimming are actually very good. This is a 100 inch TV. Hisense is now on sale for $2,000. Once again, it's one of those giant screens. Not many people can afford to install a 100-inch TV, but if you can, I think this price is a great deal.That's what I'm talking about [00:02:30] When it comes to high-end TVs, my favorites are LGC's three. Now, this TV uses OLED technology, so the LGC 3 will be on the higher end with that OLED technology, but it's going to be a great picture. Right now I'm looking at the 65-inch size, which is also heavily discounted and costs about $1600. Speaker 1: It's not cheap, but it's because of this great picture quality that OLED TVs offer. That's a great price. OLED offers: [00:03:00] Great black levels, good brightness, and overall better than LCD-based TVs with lots of LEDs. Of course, you'll pay a little more for that price, but the C3 also has better styling. Again, you can step up and get great image quality. That's my choice. There are also a lot of cheaper TVs on sale right now during Super Bowl season. I really like TVs that use the Roku TV operating system.it's very simple [00:03:30] smart tv system. And now TCL has Roku TVs and, for example, his four series, which I really like. Now, this also comes in a smaller size, 55 inches for $250. The 65-inch is incredibly affordable at $380, but it's actually going up in price. Speaker 1: But again, if you have a really big TV, you might want to step up to something like the TCL QM Eight or High Sense U Eight K. It's worth spending a little more money to get the extras. Luminance. But if you just want to save money, [00:04:00] to take advantage of these sales. Look for one on Roku TV. They are sold not only by TCL but also by various manufacturers. These are my favorite TVs for the 2024 Super Bowl, based on my actual reviews. There will be many other sales on many other screens. Therefore, shop carefully. Enjoy the big game.