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Best Rated 70-inch to 80-inch LED * HDTV Comparison and Reviews 2014

June 22, 2014 by  
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Top Rated 70-inch to 80-inch and Larger LED TVs – This page contains a roundup of the best-rated largest LED TVs, including 3D Ready Large Screen TVs, presented here for a comparison of price, features, and reviews. These giant sized TVs are good for large sized living rooms. Sharp is a leader in these huge screened TVs for 2014. Sharp has introduced new large screen 3D LED TVs and produces mostly large screen TVs. An 80-inch screen has over twice the image area of a 55-inch screen. You can check what size you need by consulting our HDTV Sizing Guide. Larger HDTVs are becoming more common Click on the reviews link underneath each TV to see owner reviews and ratings for each model for easy comparison. A Glossary of Terms is located at the bottom of the page.

Best Rated 70-inch to 80-inch and Larger LED HDTVs

Sharp Aquos LC-70SQ15U
(70-inch LED TV)
Sony KDL-70W850B
(70-inch LED TV)
VIZIO
M702i-B3

(70-inch LED TV)
Sharp Aquos LC70LE650U
(70-inch LED TV)
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1080p LED 3D TV
70-inch TV
8,000,000:1 contrast
240Hz
4 HDMI
DLNA
Smart TV
3D Ready TV
Edge Lit LED
Dual Core Processor
2014 Model
Quattron+™ Color
4K Ready
1080p LED 3D TV
70-inch TV
*not published
120Hz
4 HDMI
DLNA
Smart TV
3D Ready TV
Edge/Local Dimming
X-Reality™ PRO
2014 Model
1080p LED TV
70-inch TV
20,000,000:1 contrast
240Hz
4 HDMI
DLNA
Smart TV
- – -
Full Array Dimming
- – -
2014 Model
1080p LED TV
70-inch TV
4,000,000:1 contrast
120Hz
4 HDMI
DLNA
Smart TV
- – -
Edge Lit LED
Dual Core Processor
2013 Model

Best Rated 70-inch to 80-inch and Larger LED HDTVs

Samsung UN75H6350
(75-inch LED TV)
Samsung UN75H7150
(75-inch LED TV)
VIZIO
M801i-A3

(80-inch LED TV)
Sharp
LC-80UQ17U

(80-inch LED TV)
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1080p LED 3D TV
75-inch TV
*not published
120Hz
4 HDMI
DLNA
Smart TV
- – -
Edge Lit
Quad Core Processor
2014 Model
1080p LED 3D TV
75-inch TV
*not published
240Hz
4 HDMI
DLNA
Smart TV
3D Ready TV
Edge/Local Dimming
Quad Core Processor
2014 Model
1080p LED 3D TV
80-inch TV
20,000,000:1 contrast
240Hz
4 HDMI
DLNA
Smart TV
- – -
Edge/Local Dimming
- – -
2014 Model
1080p LED TV
80-inch TV
12,000,000:1 contrast
240Hz
4 HDMI
DLNA
Smart TV
3D Ready TV
Edge/Local Dimming
THX Certified
2014 Model
4K Upscaling


Best Rated 70-inch to 80-inch and Larger LED HDTVs

Samsung 4K TV UN75HU8550
(75-inch 4K LED)
Sharp Aquos 4K TV LC-70UD1U
(70-inch 4K LED)
Sharp Aquos LC-80LE650U
(80-inch LED TV)
Sharp LC-70EQ10U
(70-inch LED TV)
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2160p LED 3D 4K TV
75-inch TV
*not published
120Hz
4 HDMI (2.0)
DLNA
Smart TV
3D Ready TV
Edge/Local Dimming
Quad Core Processor
CMR 1200
2014 Model
4K Upscaling
2160p LED 3D 4K TV
70-inch TV
10,000,000:1 contrast
120Hz
4 HDMI
DLNA
Smart TV
3D Ready TV
Edge Lit LED
Dual Core Processor
Quattron™ color
2014 Model
4K Upscaling
THX® 4K Certified
1080p LED TV
80-inch TV
4,000,000:1 contrast
120Hz
4 HDMI
DLNA
Smart TV
- – -
Edge Lit LED
Dual Core Processor
- – -
2013 Model
1080p LED TV
70-inch TV
8,000,000:1 contrast
240Hz
4 HDMI
DLNA
Smart TV
- – -
Edge Lit LED
Dual Core Processor
Quattron™ Color
2014 Model


Related Article: Best Rated 60-inch and 65-inch TVs Comparison and Reviews

Related Article: Best Rated 4K Ultra HD TVs – Comparison and Reviews

Glossary of Terms
4K TV = Many of the TV makers are transitioning from regular HD TVs, to 4K resolution TVs. 4K is 4 times the resolution of HD, capable of showing stunning detail equivalent to what you see on a movie screen, but on your home TV. Bigger sizes really shine in this format. Regular HD has a resolution of 2 megapixels, 4K resolution is 8 megapixels. 4K content is coming in 2014 from Netflix, Youtube, Amazon, Xfinity Cable, and DirecTV. 4K is also referred to as Ultra HD.
4K Ready TV = Sharp has produced a series of regular HD TVs with 10 million more subpixels than regular TVs, capable of displaying 4K content when it arrives. Although this is not a true 4K TV, it will display 4K content with a great picture far superior to regular HD. See Sharp’s Aquos Quattron+ LC-70SQ15U TV for more details on 4K Ready technology.
4K Upscaling = TV will take lower resolution 1080p and 720p HD content and upscale to near 4K Ultra HD quality.
LED HDTV = Instead of a conventional fluorescent backlight, these HDTVs use LED lights for backlighting. This dramatically improves picture contrast, colors, and overall picture. LED TVs also use about 40% less electricity.
Full Array LED = A full array LED refers to the backlight of the LED TV. Most LED TVs are edge lit, or have the leds mounted on the edges. A full array contains many more LEDs, and are mounted equally in the back of the screen to give a backlight that has more uniformity without the flashlighting that sometimes can be seen on the edges.
Edge Lit LED = The most common form of LED backlight. The LED lights are mounted on the edges of the screen.
720p = (1366×768) with 1 million pixels resolution (Standard broadcast HD)
1080p = (1920×1080) with 2 million pixels resolution (Maximum Blu-ray quality)
Contrast = refers to dynamic contrast. Higher is better. More contrast allows more shadow details in the picture.
THX Certified = THX certification means that this high def television will let you experience a motion picture with the same colors, black levels and other factors that were created for the theater. See Sharp’s Aquos LC-70UD1U 4K TV for the only THX Certified TV over 70 inches listed here.
240Hz = 240 hertz anti blur technology. Eliminates blur on LCD TVs during high action sports and movies. The latest technology.
120Hz = 120 hertz anti blur technology. Eliminates blur on LCD TVs during high action sports and movies.
60Hz = 60 hertz normal TV without anti blur technology
600Hz Subfield = Plasma TVs utilize a 600Hz refresh rate which can virtually eliminate motion blur for viewing action sports, movies, and video games.
Smart TV = This means that this TV can provide content from the internet. Content varies with the manufacturer. This TV will provide an ethernet port to connect an ethernet cable. Most manufacturers provide built-in WiFi for wireless internet. Smart TVs typically provide Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant Video, Youtube, and Facebook content.
DLNA = DLNA lets you remotely access your PC’s personal media so that you can download music, video, and photos and enjoy them anywhere in the home your TV is. DLNA stands for Digital Living Network Alliance and is a collaboration of the leading consumer electronics, PC and mobile companies that has created design guidelines for a new generation of products that can work together – no matter what the brand.
3D and 3D Ready = This means that this TV is capable of displaying 3D content from broadcast and 3D capable Blu-ray players. This TV has a built in emitter can communicate with 3D glasses to synchronize with the picture displayed on the TV.
HDMI = HDMI inputs allow you to connect devices to your HDTV such as DVD and Blu-ray players and game consoles.
Quattron™ Color Technology = Available on Sharp HDTVs. Unique Sharp technology introduces a yellow subpixel that delivers more vivid yellows, blues, and golds.


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