The Best 4K TVs Of 2019 | Five Hot Models From Sony, LG, Samsung

In the market for a new TV? The fact of the matter is, each television has its fair share of strengths and weaknesses. To meet your match, you first have to figure out all the features that matter to you the most.

The Sony A9G is the best of the bunch. Period. The OLED screen is fantastic, as is the software driving it. The smart features aren’t half bad, either. As such, we awarded it a rare five out of five in our review. Being the champion all-rounder it is though, it doesn’t come cheap — so it won’t appeal to everyone.

For OLED picture at a more affordable price, the LG C9 delivers 95% of the performance of Sony’s OLEDs, at a somewhat more attainable price.

If you’re looking for something a bit more affordable, the TCL 6-Series could be a better fit. Loyal to a different manufacturer? Consider the Samsung Q9FN or Sony Master Series A9F. The fact of the matter is, each television has its fair share of strengths and weaknesses. To meet your match, you first have to figure out all the features that matter to you the most. Once you’ve done that, scroll down to meet the TV of your dreams.

LG C9 OLED Review:
Song A9G OLED Review:
Vizio P-Series Quantum X Review:
TCL 6-Series Review:
Samsung Q90R Review:

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  • Couldn’t agree more, my new AG9 is being delivered to my new house in two weeks and I can’t wait. For me it was the total package, I won’t be getting a sound bar for this, so that offset some of the cost and I just love the richness and premium-ness of this Sony. It easily looks the best and comes the closest out of the box to what I want the picture to look like. Here in the Uk, the OLED Panasonic models are also stunning and it was a tough decision for me as I honestly believe that Panasonic have a slightly more accurate picture in terms of colour accuracy but Sony is a touch richer and just much more rounded overall. Never liked LG products or Samsung, it’s Sony first, Panasonic second. AG9 rocks!
    Thanks for all your vids, your great, well done.

    Ben Lowen February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • DO NOT BUY VISIO TVs!!!!  Sound quality is horrible, when it does work.  I've had two 55" Visio TVs replaced because of sound issues.  First issue was differing levels of volume depending on which person was talking on the screen (known issue, Visio not talking about) and my current TV, which is less than two years old,  the sound cuts out or goes out entirely.  Stay away from Visio.  Picture quality doesn't matter much when you can't hear a damn thing.

    razorcade February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • could the reviewers be paid by companies to put their products at high rankings?

    A Tem February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • I have one question. What would be the best quality, aslo is there any big difference between companies​, how long will they last? I personally don't care much about display quality, 40-43 inches is perfect for me. I see that most expensive TV's are from Sony than Samsung, Toshiba, Philips, LG,Tesla, Grundig, Fox, Vox and others. For about 400 euros in my country I can buy Lg with 4k screen and Sony with full HD difference is not that big in colurs and sharpness when you look them side by side but is it Sony better in quality?

    aleksandar vujanic February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • Why does everything I like 𝐂𝐨𝐬𝐭 the most!? Lol

    Kasper Rouser February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • I bought the SONY XBR65A9G OLED 4K HDR TV for $2,499.00 and I paid less for it then the XBR55A8G because I got it at an amazing price due to the General Manager of the store made it happen for me. I just checked out this video as I noticed that this TV is NOT super bright like the Samsung QLED TV's and yes it hurts my eyes at night but during the day when you have the balcony door open and the windows open the brightness is awesome!! But at night you after you go about your day and you turn on your TV set and when your eyes start to hurt you realize you have to make an adjustment for night and day, every fricken day which sux!! I have until February 4th to return this SONY but the fact that I saved $1,301.00 to the penny off the price of the TV at it's original asking price is a good feeling. Even for the Super Bowl pricing it looks like I still am saving over the general public $801.00 because I believe some places have dropped the price even more even though we are so close to FEB 2020 now. If I had a choice I would love to try out the LG OLED but not the B or the C series but rather the E9 series to see which one is the best. But from what Caleb Denison said in this video and others that he made on the best tv for 2019 hands down by the people who look at the best of the best out there each year in New York, said that they voted the SONY A9G to be the BEST TV of 2019 kicking the LG B, C and E9's to the curb. Plus the speaker sound quality on the SONY I must admit is awesome without a sound bar. Thanks again Caleb for making a yet another great video. I had doubts because the SONY is not lit up super bright and I thought that I should just go get a Samsung Q90 but many people have talked me out of it including you sir and for that, I THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!

    Sensei Seagal February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • Sony 950g is also very good.

    Fatal Ritte February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • Slightly of topic but is anyone else aware or come across this. Having had 55inch c7 & "upgraded" to 55inch c9. Is anyone else aware that LG decided to downgrade multiview function. Whereas In past we could select hdmi inputs for both left & right inputs. Why has LG decided we can now only select Live TV in left input? Its such a step backwards and i can not understand why. Any of you guys come across this?

    Arvind Sharma February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • My only consideration for an affordable TV (preferably 4k OLED) is ; Quality of sound, picture and reliability. The rest of that over-priced top of the line today and obsolete tomorrow junk is a waste of my time and someone else's money, lol !

    Back Off February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • Lg c9 the best

    Andrey Z February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • What about the TLC 8 Series?

    Miguel Garcia February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • Digital trends you are really amazing thank you so much for this video.

    Αλεξανδρο στρακοσα February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • Lg oled 48 inch, best tv of 2020

    Issac Harrison February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • Is the LG B9 last year's model to the C9 or a completely different model?

    Matt Lopez February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply

    WANNA GET LUCKY February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • wow he barely talked about the LG oled. Its as if he is working for Sony or something. I do do not trust this review.

    Mark Gabbidon February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • Which looks better in standard definition upscaling terms. LG C9 or Sony A9G?

    buster colin February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • lot of people with crappy vision, far from 20/20 will be buying these tvs. "Need to put my glasses on to see the extra pixels"

    ya sha February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • How about philips and the new series the one how good are they for a led TV? Especially the 58" or the 65"

    Batman The dark knight February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • Why did you not mention the prices for the LG and Sony?

    Recommend a future video reviewing operating system, availability of Apps, and whether Netflix starts playing every single movie while scrolling through list.

    Bill Davis February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • Need an advice. I wanna buy a 4k tv. I've Xbox one x n I use it mostly for gaming, streaming. I don't have normal cable. So wat ever I watch it's thru my Xbox. So I don't really care abt os or voice etc. Just picture n sound. Wat tv would b a good choice in mid range.

    Syam February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • As far as i know sony buys the panels from lg so how sony be better then the maker?

    [email protected] February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • The LG C9 OLED is the best by far when you consider everything (including price). The rest do not even come close.

    ohplezz February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • my cable provider doesn't support 4k

    Ronnie Rocha February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • Right off the bat, very disarming introduction, much appreciated good sir.

    Kanwar Anand February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • Still rocking my 32 inch sony bravia KDL ex 710 from 2011. Still loving the piicture and sound and look. EDIT: Full HD!!!!

    Captain Prototype February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply
  • Do you have a 1-100 scoring system?

    itsbiju February 11, 2020 6:31 am Reply

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