6 of the best TVs for under £500

6 of the best TVs for under £500

So you are looking for a new TV, but you don’t want to spend thousands of pounds finding something that ticks all of your boxes? We don’t blame you. 
It’s natural to assume that you are going to miss out on smart features, picture quality, and impressive audio with a cheap TV, but it’s actually not the case. You aren’t going to get the absolute best of the best without emptying your wallet, but you can still get a lot for your money.
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There are plenty of impressive TVs available for less than £500, even with things like Ultra HD image resolution and HDR support. We don’t want you to set your expectations too high, because you are not going to get 75-inch QLED models for this price, but you might be surprised by the budget-friendly options out there. Read more…More about Tech, Tv, Mashable Shopping, Consumer Tech, and Uk Deals

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BEST FOR PICTURE QUALITY

LG 49UM7100PLB

This stylish TV offers stunning 4K Ultra HD picture quality with sharp and detailed images.

£379 from Amazon

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BEST FOR GAMING

Samsung TU7110

Impressive processing speed and picture quality make this a solid option for gamers.

£499 from Amazon

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BEST FOR STUDENTS

Toshiba 43UL2063DB

Strong sound and picture quality for less than most of the competition.

£299 from Amazon

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BEST FOR STREAMING

Sony Bravia KDL32WE613BU

Browse the web, watch your favourite films, and enjoy the most popular apps on this cheap TV.

£349 from Amazon

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BEST FOR SOUND

Hisense 43A7100FTUK

The bass enhancement, Speaker EQ, and dialogue technology work together for the ultimate audio experience.

£399 from Amazon

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BEST FOR EXTRAS

Philips 43PUS6814/12

The three-sided Ambilight creates perfectly tuned lighting to match what’s happening on the screen.

£436.94 from Amazon

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