Top 10 Best Television Brands

This is the list to see which television brands are the best.
The Top Ten
1 Sony Sony Group Corporation, commonly known as Sony and stylized as SONY, is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in K┼Źnan, Minato, Tokyo, Japan... read more

I purchased a Sony Bravia 40" in 2009 during a Black Friday sale. The size was a big upgrade for me, as I had previously used a 21" Vizio to watch television. Well, here it is, November 2017, and the Sony is still going strong! We have three different video gaming consoles hooked up to it, and it's a breeze to switch over to any one of them.

I'm very happy with Sony's quality and longevity, but I do have to acknowledge the Vizio as a great brand too. The little 21" Vizio went from being my main television to my computer monitor, and it's still working great too.

2 Samsung The Samsung Group (or simply Samsung, stylized as SAMSUNG) is a South Korean multinational manufacturing conglomerate headquartered in Samsung Town, Seoul, South Korea. It comprises numerous affiliated businesses, most of them united under the Samsung brand, and is the largest South Korean chaebol (business... read more

I have a 5-year-old Samsung 47" 1080 LCD, and I've only had one minor problem where the capacitor went bad on it. If you know anything about anything, then it's only a $25 fix to solder a new one back onto the circuit board. If you're not skilled in that area, it will cost you about $200 to pay Geek Squad to fix it.

The TV now works like the day I bought it. I also just bought a new Samsung 40" 1080 LED for my bedroom. For picture quality, you can't beat a Samsung.

I just got a 65" model MU6290, and let me tell you, this Samsung has outperformed both the Sony and LG we have in our bedroom and kitchen! We bought all three at the same time. The Sony is a 55" with comparable features, and the LG is a 50" in the kitchen with comparable features as well. None have OLED technology, but all are UHD HDR 4K TVs.

Hands down, I will be going with Samsung for all three. I'm returning the other two next week. I'm not going to delve into all the technical details about all three, but for the price, Samsung has outperformed. This is the reason I bought three different brands at the same time. No salesperson is going to mislead me with whatever propaganda they've been told. I'll let the TVs do the talking. Over the past few months, they have. Get a Samsung!

3 LG LG Electronics Inc. is a South Korean multinational electronics company headquartered in Yeouido-dong, Seoul, South Korea. LG Electronics is a part of LG Corporation, the fourth largest chaebol in South Korea, and often considered as the pinnacle of LG Corp with the group's chemical and battery division... read more

LG is best for television - great picture quality, colors, and features. Overall, LG is mind-blowing. It's the best brand for televisions. Always go for LG televisions.

It's the only brand for television which we can trust blindly, and LG is the king compared to others like Samsung and Sony, etc. No one can beat LG in the television market. I have 4 more televisions - Sony, Panasonic, Onida, and Samsung - and my neighbor has a Philips television, but LG beats them all in every field. So, if you are going to buy a television, then LG makes the most sense. LG is the Apple of televisions. LG is the best television brand. 7 Stars.

4 Panasonic

I have had my picture-in-picture 32-inch Panasonic for about 20 years. It's still working great and the color and picture are fantastic. It's starting to get white lines across the top when turned on.

It may be dusty inside but it's still a great TV. I will try vacuuming the top - it's hard to get to, but it may help! I love Panasonic!

Fantastic picture quality. Panasonic is truly among the best TVs. I have the ET60 LED 3D TV, and it has a beautiful design as well as very high-quality picture and color accuracy for a mid-level TV.

I'm very happy with it. I have had two Panasonic LCD TVs before this, and I really like them.

5 Hisense

I just purchased a Hisense 55" 4K UHD TV and couldn't be more pleased. Got it on clearance for less than $300. The image quality is outstanding. The edge lighting has some minor light bleed in the lower corners, but it is not significant enough to downgrade the set itself.

The TV is very lightweight and pretty sturdy. The sound was somewhat low, but I paired this with a Sharp soundbar and Sony 4K Blu-ray player, and now everything is great. Our 8-year-old 70" Sharp just gave up the ghost, and we're going to replace it with the 65" Hisense. Just because it's not over $1,000 doesn't mean poor quality or reliability. I can't see paying hundreds more for a major name-brand when Hisense makes just as good a product. Yes, I would recommend Hisense.

6 Vizio Vizio is an American privately held company making consumer electronics, based in Irvine, California. It was founded in October 2002 as V Inc.

I bought a Vizio after my last TV (a budget brand) crapped out. So far, we have been nothing but astounded by the quality of the picture and features. People who talk about Vizios being "made to sell in bargain stores like Sam's Club and Walmart and fail one week after the manufacturer's warranty expires" should note that a 5-year warranty from Sam's Club only cost me $50. It doesn't take a genius to figure out that if they truly fail after 1 year, that's not a financially viable setup for any retailer.

If I'm wrong, I'll go through 5 of them before I pay another penny. But something tells me the know-it-all reviewers are simply the vocal minority, upset because their TV happened to break at an inopportune time, and they neglected to purchase a warranty. Tsk tsk...

7 Toshiba Toshiba Corporation is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

TOSHIBA, along with Sony, has long been the pioneer of TVs that not only have the best quality pictures but also have decades of proven longevity. All these "newcomers" have spent millions on advertising and, by and large, brainwashing the general public with lower quality, inferior, and cheaper television sets. The old adage applies here, as with most electronic devices - you get what you pay for!

On the aforementioned note: Ironic that the problem-plagued Vizio (just Google "Vizio" and your auto-choices will reflect such).

8 Sceptre

I have had this TV for 3 years now! Never had a problem with it. It's cheap and of good quality. I would recommend this TV!

I've had a 31-inch 1080p TV for over 2 years now, and it's still going strong. However, there are like two dead pixels on it.

9 Philips Koninklijke Philips N.V. is a Dutch technology company headquartered in Amsterdam with primary divisions focused in the areas of electronics, healthcare and lighting.

I've had my 51" Philips for about 4 years. I've never had a problem, the pictures are great, and the quality is too. The only issue is that I sometimes lose the remote control, so I manually adjust the volume.

At times, out of the blue, it changes channels, so either it's haunted or a bit odd. I love it, though. It was my first flat screen, and I would totally purchase another Philips.

My Samsung Smart 55-inch TV lasted me three years. I paid $2,000. Sadly, I turned the TV on, and a bright white line appeared across it and never went away. What a waste of money.

I just bought a Philips 65-inch 4K Smart TV today, so far I am happy and satisfied. Let's see if it lasts.

10 Insignia

My Insignia is awesome! I'm sad though that Insignia is all the way at the bottom. Resolution is good, build quality is good, and the controls are very simple!

I have two of this brand. Both are open box deals from Best Buy - one is a 19-inch 720 60hz, and the other is a 32-inch 720 60hz with a built-in DVD player. Both have fantastic picture and sound, especially for the price. They are LED-lit LCD TVs and perform well.

I've had it for about a year now, and the picture isn't bad. Also, we haven't had any problems with it.

I don't know why it's this low on T.V. brands.

The Contenders
11 Sharp Sharp Corporation is a Japanese multinational corporation that designs and manufactures electronic products, headquartered in Abeno-ku, Osaka.

Leading-edge developer of high-end technology, Sharp is almost always trailblazing when new gadgets are being developed. Never at the absolute top of the heap in regard to reviews, this brand will always give you the longest run in reliability and aesthetics.

I've owned 4 Sharp HDTVs (currently a 70" LED) and have never had to call a tech in for repairs. And, I'll take the Pepsi Challenge against any other brand in regards to picture and features.

Sharp is the only TV with an internal bass system. It has some unique technologies, such as when you change channels, Sharp TV responds very quickly, faster than Sony, Samsung, LG, and all other TVs.

All the TV brands have Sharp processors and other materials inside to make a TV work. So don't underestimate Sharp. Without Sharp, no other TV brands would exist.

12 Mitsubishi The Mitsubishi Group is a group of autonomous Japanese multinational companies in a variety of industries.

The color depth of this brand is amazing.

13 TCL

For me, this is the best brand I've ever used: a 32" Smart TV. The sound quality is so good, along with many other commendable features.

One of the best pictures I've seen on a smart TV. Streaming channels show very crisp pictures for a budget-friendly price.

Best television brand I've ever come across. I think TCL is going to go far with the hard work they're putting into the televisions they're beginning to produce. High-quality pictures with the TCL 43-inch UHD TV with HDR as well.

14 Hitachi

Although my Samsung and LG have clearer and brighter screens, I must say this brand is very good too. If you're looking for a TV for a bedroom, basement, or kids' room, this is a good value brand. It's not quite as premium as some brands, but definitely not a bad buy either. We are satisfied at this price point.

I have a Hitachi TV, a smart 42-inch model. The colors are beautiful, and it's not made from cheap material. It's a beautiful TV with solid performance and a nice price for people who don't have much money or don't want to spend a lot on a TV.

15 JVC

I've had a JVC TV for around 27 years. It died three days ago, or the DirecTV receiving box did. I have not had anyone look at it or called DirecTV. The TV is not on 12 hours per day, probably 2 to 4 hours per day. It has been a great TV with no repair bills.

JVC has been around since the dawn of time. It was one of the best TV makers and still is. It was better when it was made in Japan rather than China, which most countries have now switched to.

My JVC has a clear picture and very great sound. I think this TV brand must be in the top 4 or 5, and I always recommend my friends to buy a JVC TV.

16 RCA

I have had a 32-inch LCD RCA TV since 2009, and I still have it. It has been a great TV for years. In fact, I bought an RCA sound bar to go along with the great picture.

Just last year, I bought a 50-inch RCA LED and have not had any problems with it. I like RCA and think it's a great brand. Keep up the good work, RCA. By the way, the picture for the 50-inch is flawless and shows great.

I've had my 50 inch for 8 or more years. Everyone that sees the picture wants to trade me their TV. This TV is awesome, and I wouldn't trade it for any other brand.

RCA has been the best brand by far. I have bought four 32" Proscans (one for the office, one for my bedroom, one for my mom who is in an assisted living center, and one for my girlfriend). Also, I bought an RCA 65" Proscan for my living room.

Absolutely no problems, and the picture is top-notch. Love them.

17 Sanyo Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd. is a Japanese major electronics company and formerly a member of the Fortune Global 500 whose headquarters was located in Moriguchi, Osaka prefecture, Japan.

Sanyo is the best of the inexpensive or store brand TVs. I got a 65-inch at Walmart for $450 and it has a great picture, much better than I expected. Sure, it is not as good as a top-of-the-line Samsung, but for 1/4 of the price, it is fantastic, and 9 out of 10 people would never be able to tell the difference between this Sanyo and a Sony.

I have had a 19" Sanyo TV for over 30 years now, and though it's not a flat panel, it still has a beautiful picture! I am finally upgrading to a flat panel, and yes, I am going to purchase a Sanyo!

How could I go wrong after all these years of trouble-free TV viewing?

18 Micromax

Probably giving more features for a minimum price, that's Micromax. I have had a good experience with HD gaming and movie streaming. The inbuilt sound system is reasonable.

Micromax is better than Samsung. The picture quality is very good.

I am a buyer of the Micromax 32-inch LED TV. Its price is RS-8500, less than LG or Samsung TVs. It has a 178-degree viewing angle and good picture quality.

19 Hyundai
20 Lenovo Lenovo Group Ltd. is a Chinese multinational technology company with headquarters in Beijing, China, and Morrisville, North Carolina, United States.
21 Westinghouse

Love mine. Good picture quality and not as expensive as some "higher quality" brands. I have had mine for 2 years now and don't plan on trading it in any time soon.

I've had a 50-inch TV for a year and a half now, and I love it! It's cheap, and I like it a lot!

22 Alba
23 Logik
24 Skyworth

I just bought a 32-inch last weekend, and I'm satisfied. Before choosing, I asked the sales attendant to open three different brands (all big brands with the same price range) at the same time so that I could compare. I chose Skyworth.

Good picture, worth the price.

I do have this one at home. The product is good. I hope they can produce more that are affordable and of good quality.

I probably enjoy watching movies with my 58e66. The audio and video quality are so good.

25 Vu

Nice look with the best quality screen and great quality features with smart features. It is a great TV and the best budget TV, especially when compared with other brands, which are significantly more expensive for the same aspects as the Vu TV.

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