This story is part of Amazon Prime Day 2021, CNET’s guide to everything you need to know and how to make sure you’re getting the best deal.

Amazon Prime Day is underway – and with these Prime Day deals, a whole new TV could be in your immediate future. Explore affordable TV basics from brands like Insignia and Vizio.

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Amazon had already started offering discounts on a number of televisions, including two of the brand’s low-cost Fire TV Edition televisions, as well as solid deals from Best Buy, including the top-rated TV guru’s. CNET television, David Katzmaier, has ever reviewed. Here’s what we know about Prime Day TV deals today.

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We haven’t tested this Hisense TV (we generally prefer the Roku models). But a 60-inch 4K TV for under $ 400 is a steal – and you can always plug in a cheap dongle or streaming box if you don’t like the Android TV experience.


By current standards, this Insignia TV is a bit undersized at 43 inches, but it delivers crisp 4K resolution with Amazon’s Fire TV interface and an Alexa voice remote. With its $ 100 discount for Prime members, this 43-inch Insignia could make an inexpensive addition as a second TV in your home for a smaller room where you don’t need a giant screen.


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This 50-inch TCL model is already low priced and is on sale now with a $ 30 discount, Prime member or not. It includes Roku TV, which we believe is the easiest to use and most responsive smart TV interface. You will get the same picture quality with the TCL S435 series as the previous one S425 Series, which we have found sufficient for most people.

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Vizio’s M-Series Quantum is one of the cheapest TVs with local dimming, a technology that provides excellent contrast. The 55-inch model costs just $ 480, but you need to be signed in to the free My Best Buy membership program to see the $ 20 discounts mentioned here. Do you want to gain size? The same 65-inch Vizio model costs $ 680.

Read our Vizio M7-Series Quantum review.

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This TV is a great candidate if you can’t afford OLED. Vizio’s Quantum P-Series delivers an extremely bright image with extremely efficient full-matrix local dimming for deep black levels. Katzmaier hasn’t reviewed it yet, but based on her experience with the previous version, its image quality is probably similar, if not slightly better, to the TCL 6 series overall, with better connectivity for games with Xbox Series X and PS5. The 65-inch Vizio PQ is $ 20 off if you sign up for the My Best Buy free membership program.

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Want to go all out and spend more for the best picture quality? You have come to the right place. Quite simply, the LG OLEDCX provides the image against which all other TVs are measured. Yes, this is the best TV Katzmaier has ever seen (and he has seen a few over the years). If you’re ready to jump into an OLED TV, this is the one for you. The 65-inch model was hovering near the $ 2,000 mark and fell to $ 1,850 on Amazon.

Read our LG OLEDCX series review.


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