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Regardless of features, a 70-inch TV is a serious additional to any household. If you are considering in investing in a television of this size, it is recommended that one makes an informed decision. Before considering features for a 70-inch TV, you should take practical considerations into account. First, is a TV of this size able to fit your space? Second, do you have sufficient seating to offer a comfortable field of view. Third, do you plan on mounting your TV on a wall or having it stand in an entertainment center? First, let’s talk about mounting your TV. Most people who purchase a TV of this size tend to mount theirs on a wall. Although 70-inch TV dimensions will depend on the brand, you can count on needing wall space to accommodate a minimum height of 36 inches, a length of at least 62 inches,as well as a depth of around 3 inched (not including the mount). You may want to utilize a full-motion TV mount which gives you greater flexibility in adjusting viewing angles.

Updated Jul 08, 2020
65" LG E9 4k Premium OLED HDR10 Smart HDTV, Model OLED65E9PUA (2019)
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65" LG E9 4k Premium OLED HDR10 Smart HDTV, Model OLED65E9PUA (2019)
The OLED65E9PUA is the 65" version of LG's 2019 E9 series of OLED TVs. The LG E9 is LG's top end OLED consumer TV for 2019, however it is not that much different from the typically less expensive C9. The only difference between the two sets is sound quality and bezel design. However, these are two of the very best TVs on the market. OLED panels produce remarkable picture quality, and excel with blacks. Viewing angles are also excellent, with no image degradation for close to 180 degrees. Like all OLED's, the E9 only really has two drawbacks. First, if you are a heavy gamer, and you play games with static images (like a HUD), there is a chance that you will run into some burn-in. Second, as great as the picture looks, OLEDs cannot get quite as bright as some QLED TVs, like the Samsung Q90 series.
$2599 $5395.99
Amazon
Updated Jul 08, 2020
TCL 65" 4 Series 4k LED HDR Roku HDTV, Model 65S421, 65S423, 65S425 (2019)
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TCL 65" 4 Series 4k LED HDR Roku HDTV, Model 65S421, 65S423, 65S425 (2019)
The 65S425 is the 65" version of TCL's 2019 4-Series LED TV. There are actually three different versions of the 2019 TCL 4 Series TV. The model numbers end in 421, 423, or 425. It seems as though the only differences are the VESA mount patterns, but the panels, remotes, and all other hardware are identical. The 4 Series is TCL's entry level 4k range. They are roughly in line with Samsung's NU6900, Vizio's V Series, and LG's UM7300. One advantage of the TCL model is the integrated Roku, which is superior to most manufacturer's smart technology. **Product Specs** - Built-in Roku OS with thousands of streaming channels - High Dynamic Range Format: HDR10 - 4K resolution - 120Hz CMI effective refresh rate - Personalized Home screen - Free Roku remote app with voice search - Screencast photos, videos, and music from your phone - Cord Cutter certified - Easy-to-use remote - USB Port - 3x HDMI 2.0 inputs with HDCP 2.2 (1 ARC) - Dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Ethernet port - Limited 1-year parts and labor
$469.99 $599
Target
Compusa Glasses
Updated May 30, 2020
Samsung 65" 8 Series 4k LED HDR Smart HDTV, Model UN65TU8000FXZA (2020)
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Samsung 65" 8 Series 4k LED HDR Smart HDTV, Model UN65TU8000FXZA (2020)
The UN65TU8000FXZA is Samsung's midlevel 65" LED Model for 2019. You can decode the model number using the following information: - U= LED TV - N= meant for US, Canada, Korea - 65= 65" screen - T= 2020 - U= LED TV (again) - 8000= 8 Series (slots above 7 series) - FXZA= refers to the type of tuner It's not uncommon to see slightly different model numbers. For example, sometimes TV manufacturers release special "black friday" editions of TVs that omit something minor, like a 4th HDMI port. Also, Costco and Sam's Club sometimes get their own models, usually omitting the last "0". As for performance, the TU8000 series is decent. It supports 4k and HDR, and has very low input lag. However, unlike the 2019 8 series (RU8000), it does not support FreeSync. It also does not get nearly as bright, so it isn't as good for bright rooms. In the same price range, this TV is outclassed by the TCL 6 Series.
$647.99 $700
Amazon