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Registered: ‎10-30-2022

Buying a TV

Hey guys, I’m buying a TV for the first time in a longgg time and it’s one of my first new purchases as a working adult (just graduated grad school). Ya so I know nothing about TVs. I currently have a Samsung like 2013 32 inch smart TV and I like it haven’t had any problems. I have no idea what I want in a TV. I’m looking for under $1k, 60-70 inch, smart tv, (idk what LED or OLED is, I guess 4K???). We play video games and watch Some TV shows and nature docs

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Registered: ‎11-08-2021

Re: Buying a TV

Hello, Shukla, 


Thanks for reaching out here on the forums. 


We all know that this tech can be over whelming. That's why have a Home Expert. They can help you pick the right set up in the comfort of your own home. 

Jakoma|Social Media Specialist | Best Buy® Corporate
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Registered: ‎10-31-2022

Re: Buying a TV

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I know buying a new TV could be a time taking process with all the technical stuff and comparison. 
I'll give you two suggestions:
You can either read a quick simple buying guide to help you make the right decision with your $1000. 

Or you can go with these below-mentioned reliable TVs. 


I personally recommend reading the 10-minute guide so you can get familiar with the basics and terminology so you can easily ignore the marketing jargon. {removed per forum guidelines}

Otherwise, here are my recommendations: 
Sony 65" A85K (Suitable for gaming, movies and long last panels) - Best Overall

I've been using Sony TVs for the last decade or so and never had an issue with any of them. I own like a dozen Sony TV's now. These things don't die. 


- Samsung 65" Q70A - Good TV overall but could run into some software issues down the line because it ...


For OLED, I recommend LG's 48" C1 Series


Hope this helped you.