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Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness ranks at number one with
around $187 mil the film currently as a Cinema Score of B+, which isn’t exactly terrible and is more
on the favorable side. However, most MCU movies usually garner a grade of A- or
higher, including the original Thor (2011). 
Number two : Last weeken, also discussed the film and
Taika’s direction, stating, ’the wit to see that if you aren’t mocking a
Marvel movie as you’re making one, you might be taking it more seriously than the audience
does. Despite the mixed critical reviews, it
has not deterred Thor from taking over the number
one spot in the box office. Big drop : Universal’s animation drops a whopping 70% after big $128 box office draw last weekend during its opening <br>
According to , Minions : Rise Of Gru dropped 70%
in the box office this weekend after its $128 million opening the previous week.
The animation currently sits at number two. <br>Top Gun : Maverick has been pushed down to number three at this weekend’s box office, after having a steady seat at number
two for a couple weeks. The movie dropped 38%. Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis is
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Fall is the time for new TVs to shine. Between sports like and and new streaming TV shows like
and , you have lots of excuses to invest in a new screen. Fall
is also the time when TV prices start coming down, like so many autumn leaves, in advance of the holiday season. Our list, featuring TVs we’ve , is designed to help you find the best TV for
you, from high-end to budget and everything in between.One important tip : Consider first.
New 2022 TVs are on store shelves and online retailers now, like better picture quality, more features and future-proof
connections. But last year’s TVs are still available, too, and
for the most part they’re just as good and much better deals.
We’ve included an section for non-2022 TVs below to tell you about the newer models, where
applicable. Now, on to our picks.

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No TV we’ve ever tested offers this much picture quality
for as little cash. The TCL 6-Series Dolby Vision HDR TV has an excellent image
thanks to and well-implemented that helps it run circles around just about any other TV at this price.
It’s also a , with a THX mode that combines low input lag and high contrast.

As if that’s not enough, the Roku TV operating system
is our hands-down favorite. This TV first came out in 2020 but is still a
current model and remains our top choice. TCL also sells an ,
but we don’t think it’s worth the extra money, as well as a we have yet to review (although according
to TCL its image quality is the same as this Roku version) Sizes : 55-,
65-, 75-inch (The prices shown below are for the 65-inch size.) Outlook : The replacement for
this TV is the . We haven’t reviewed it yet, but according to TCL it should be
brighter than this model with more local dimming zones, as well as offering 144Hz input capability for
gaming and an improved stand design. Pricing between the two series is similar, with the exception of the 75-inch size
which is more expensive in the newer model.

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The C2 represents the pinnacle of picture quality at a price
that’s admittedly high, but not too crazy. It on this list,
including the Samsung QN90B below, with its perfect black levels, unbeatable contrast and superb off-angle viewing.
It also has superb gaming features, making it the perfect companio.

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for live TV streaming services like Netflix, Hulu
and Amazon Prime Video, and it’s even better baked into the TV.
This TCL 4-Series can’t beat the models above on image quality — its 4K resolution and HDR performance
don’t do much to help the picture — but it’s perfectly fine
for most people, especially at this price. We haven’t reviewed the latest version of
this TV, the TCL S455 series, but it has similar specifications and we expect it to perform basically the
same as the Note that TCL also makes
a Google TV and an Android TV version of the 4-Series.

We haven’t reviewed them, but we expect similar picture
quality to the Roku version. Sizes : 43-, 50-, 55-,
65-, 75-, 85-inch. (The prices shown below are for
the 50-inch size.)
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The Vizio MQX is one of the least expensive TVs to feature full-array local dimming, which lets it reproduce TV shows, movies and games
with enough contrast and pop to do HDR justice. The MQX has fewer dimming zones than more expensive TVs like the TCL 6-Series, but it offers 16 zones on the 50-inch, 30 on the 65-inch and
42 on the 75-inch, which is more than enough for excellent overall picture
quality, with bright highlights, dark black levels, punchy contrast and accurate color. Unlike the M7 last year, the MQX has a , which allows compatibility with 4K/120Hz
signals from game consoles like the , and worked
well in our tests. Vizio supports , HDR10 and Dolby
Vision, in the M-Series. If you can’t save up for the TCL 6-Series but want a better
picture than the 4-Series, the Vizio MQX is an excellent happy medium. Sizes : 50-,
65-, 75-inch. (The prices shown below are for the 65-inch size.)
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Samsung QN90B

Best high-end TV that’s not an OLED

Looking for a high-end TV with spectacular image quality, but don’t want an OLED ?
The Samsung QN90B is your best bet. This TV uses QLED TV tech augmented
by mini-LED for a brighter image than any OLED TV. The spectacular contrast of OLED stil.

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Vizio’s V-Series is our favorite budget alternative
to the TCL 4-Series Roku TV. We liked Roku’s smart TV system
better (sound familiar ?), but the V-Series has some advantages, including a and more advanced .
Picture quality between the two was basically the same, so if you don’t
have a preference, it makes sense to get the cheapest one.
Sizes : 43-, 50-, 55-,
58- 65-, 75-inch. (The prices shown below are for the 55-inch size.)
Outlook : The has very similar specifications
and pricing as the 2021 series. We haven’t reviewed it yet
but we expect the two to perform about the same.

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With excellent picture quality, anchored by full-array
local dimming and plenty of brightness to make HDR content shine, the X90J is Sony’s answer to the TCL 6-Series and step-up Vizio models.
This LED TV’s sleek looks and the operating system score additional points, as does its — including variable
refresh rate (VRR), enabled by a software update in March 2022 — and built-in .
This Sony TV is perfect for PS5 gaming and works with
Alexa & Google Assistant. If you want an brand, this is one
of the .

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Most of the TVs on this list are bright enough for just about any room,
but maybe you want a screen that’s as bright as possible.
The U8G outshines others in its price range and was basically as bright as the significantly more expensive Samsung QN90A.

Its image quality falls a bit short in other areas and its selection of
sizes is limited, but if raw brightness is what you crave, the U8G delivers. Sizes :
55-, 65-inch. (The prices shown below are for the 55-inch size.) Outlook : The successor to.

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Samsung is the brand that sells more TVs than anyone, and one of its most popular is the Q60 series.
Its sleek QLED screen design stands out compared with the other TVs on this list — even though the ultrathin OLED models are sleeker — and it offers better features,
image quality and more sizes than models like the
TCL 4-Series and Sony X80K. The TVs listed in this article are all superior va.

Other TVs we’ve tested : Sony is a prominent
brand and its higher-end TVs like the X90J do well in reviews, but the entry-level
TV in its 2022 lineup, the X80K, didn’t make the list.
It costs around the same as the TCL 6-Series and Samsung Q60 TVs,
and had a worse picture than both, with lighter black levels and contrast.
It’s definitely not a bad TV, and we liked its Google smart TV system, color accuracy and connectivity, but you can definitely do better for the money.
One of many Fire TVs available for sale, this one is typical of the breed :
so-so image quality and a smart TV system that lags behind Roku and Google TV.
If you’re a big fan of Alexa voice or see this TV at a really low price it might be worthwhile, but otherwise
go for the TCL 4-Series. The G1 is an excellent overall TV,
but compared to the C1 and C2, we don’t think it’s worth the extra money.
Image quality is basically the same as those two
models, so you just end up paying extra for its ultrathin, wall-hugging "gallery" design. On the other
hand if that price difference is small enough — sometimes a G1 will cost
only $100 more than a C1, for example — it might be worthwhile for you.

Note that this TV’s successor, the , promises a brighter picture, but we haven’t reviewed it yet so we can’t say for
sure. How does CNET test TVs ? Our TV reviews follow a rigorous,
unbiased evaluation process honed over nearly two decades of TV reviews.
Our primary TV test lab has specialized equipment for measuring light and color, including
a spectroradiometer, a 4K HDR signal generator and an 4K HDR
distribution matrix. We use software to evaluate every TV we review.
In every CNET TV review, three or more similar TVs are compared side by side in various lighting conditions playing different media, including movies,
TV shows and games, across a variety of test categories,
from color to video processing to gaming to HDR. Our reviews also account for design, features, smart TV performance, HDMI input and
gaming compatibility and other factors. Read more : TV FAQ ; We’ll post the answers to commonly asked TV questions below.
If you have any others, feel free to reach out on Twitter (), or
by clicking the little envelope icon on .
Doing so will let you send a message straight to my inbox.

How much should I spend on a TV ?

Prices vary widely by size and features, from less than $100 for basic 24-inch TVs to more than $2,000 for big OLED models.
TVs last a long time, however, so we think it’s worthwhile
to spend a little extra beyond the bare minimum to get
a bigger screen, better picture quality or better features.

With that in mind, here’s some ballpark prices that will get you a very good TV in 2022 ; 55-inch : $70066-inch :
$1,00075-inch : $1,300 You could pay (much) more or less.

The fact is just about any TV will produce a picture decent enough to satisfy most viewers.
Most complaints you read in user reviews aren’t about picture quality.

Instead they’re about ease of use, smart TV menus or sound (or a broken TV).

What size TV should I buy ?

In our opinion bigger is better, and your money is best spent
on large screen sizes rather than a slight upgrade in image quality.
The : If you have a big room and sit farther away, you’ll want a bigger TV.

Which is better, OLED or LED ?

In our reviews, OLED TVs, which use organic light-emitting diode technology,
have always had better picture quality than LED TVs,
which are basically LCD TVs that use LED backlights. The main reason is that
with no stray illumination of blooming, which leads to better contrast and
pop. LED TVs can get brighter, however, and usually cost
less than OLED TVs. 
What is the best smart TV system for streaming ?

At CNET our favorite is Roku for its simplicity, but different systems like
Google TV, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung and LG have different strengths, in particular for voice commands.
In any case, we don’t consider the built-in smart TV system that important because you can always .

How do I get the best TV sound ?
Most TVs sound terrible, because their thin cabinets don’t have room for decent-size speakers
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