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Best led tvs

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If you're looking for an LED TV, check out these sets.

If you're looking for an LED TV, check out these sets.

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  • 1. The Best LED TVs Right Now
  • 2. Samsung 5300 Series Starting at $350, Samsung’s 5300 series doesn’t have the best picture quality, but does offer great value. Samsung’s smart TV interface includes all the standard apps like Hulu Plus and MLB.TV. Available in 32-, 40- and 46-inch varieties.
  • 3. Sharp LC-90LE657 What sets this high-end LED TV apart from the competition is its screen-size. At 90inches, it’s one of the largest TVs available. But it’s also one of the most expensive, retailing for around $8,0000.
  • 4. Samsung F8000 Series Samsung’s F8000 Series includes its flagship LED TVs. Sets from this lineup include a bevy of high-tech features like voice command and motion control. Screen sizes range from 46- to 75-inches.
  • 5. Sony XBR X850A This 4K LED TV is available in 55- and 65inch varieties. Unfortunately, there isn’t a lot of 4K content out there to take advantage of the TV’s ultra high resolution display, but early adopters should love this set.
  • 6. Vizio E-Series Vizio’s E-Series runs from 24- to 70-inches. Picture quality isn’t the greatest, but the value is unmatched for an LED TV. The 70-inch retails for just $1500, while the 50-inch goes for less than $700.
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