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If you’re looking for the best TVs in Australia in 2024, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’ll be focusing on details and comparisons between top models and TVs for the more budget conscious. As technology continues to evolve and innovate, you’ll need a better understanding of exactly why type of TV will suit you best.

Samsung S90C


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This Samsung model is one of the best TVs on the market that will suit most people. With a 4k resolution and screen sizes of 55, 65, 77 and 83-inches, it truly is a versatile and quality TV. It features a modern and sleek design, superb picture quality and is a brilliant performer for console gamers.

Dynamic colours, deep blacks and excellent contrast levels all combine to deliver incredible images to suit all rooms, whether light or dark. The extra brightness and image sharpness only serve to add to your viewing enjoyment.

With four 2.1 HDMI ports that all support 4K 120Hz, VRR and ALLM, the Samsung S90C is a gamers delight. With a gamer’s hub where you can easily tweak settings for most games, the sound quality of this TV is also superior to the competition.

Four HDMI 2.1 ports

Superb picture and sound quality

A variety of screen sizes

No Dolby Vision support

The largest model has a weaker panel


TCL C845

TCL C845

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This television is the best budget model TV in Australia in 2024. However, despite its cost-effective price tag, this model TCL doesn’t skimp on quality. The C845 delivers a full and rich viewing experience with deep blacks, sharp images and good contrast.

Whether gaming or watching a movie, even with the settings straight-out-of-the-box, you’re sure to be impressed. Its quality compares well with the big players in the TV space, yet at a far cheaper price tag. It supports Dolby Vision and two of the HDMI ports support 4k.

Superb image quality and brightness

Includes Google TV and Voice

Supports Dolby Vision

Budget-friendly TV

Less overall power than the top TV models

Google Home setup is not perfect




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Many rate this midrange OLED TV from LG as the best in its field for viewing and gaming. Its price has dropped recently, making it more affordable for those wishing to enter the world of OLED televisions. Even though the price is decreasing, the quality is not.

Image quality, whether you’re watching a documentary, playing a game or enjoying a movie, is stupendous. Blacks are deep, colours are dynamic and the contrast range is excellent. In fact, the B3 picture quality rivals far more expensive OLED TVs on the market.

With Dolby Vision HDR enabled, it’ll blow you away just how fantastic everything looks on screen.

Vivid colours and deep blacks

Includes all the latest gaming features

Entry-level price in OLED TVs

Average sound quality

Not very bright

Has only 2 HDMI 2.1 ports


Samsung S95C QD-OLED

Samsung S95C QD-OLED

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If you’re chasing the very best premium OLED experience Australia can offer, then you’ll definitely want to take a close look at Samsung’s S95C QD-OLED TV. By marrying the strengths of both OLED and QLED panelling, this TV delivers 40% more brightness, making it a TV suitable for bright rooms.

With a rich picture quality typical of OLED panels, this Samsung model is sharp, produces deep blacks and has unrivalled contrast. Now the sound. It’s simply superb, with deep bass notes and a crisp and clear mid and treble range. You’ll think you’re listening to a home theatre system and not just a TV.

It’s also a TV that gamers are going to love, but it does come at a cost. It’s not cheap by any means.

Premium balanced picture quality

Superb sound quality

Best OLED on the market

Excellent gaming support

Expensive price tag

No Dolby Vision support


Samsung QN900C

Samsung QN900C

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If you’re looking for amazing 8k detail, the Samsung QN900C is the best TV for you. Choose from screen sizes of 65, 75 and 85-inches. It delivers superb brightness in conjunction with Samsung’s anti-glare screen. This reduces reflections from other lights in the room and vastly improves viewing enjoyment.

There is actually not much 8k content out there at the moment, so it’s best to consider this TV as an upscale for when more 8k content is produced. However, there is loads of 4k content to view and everything looks fantastic on this Samsung model. This is one of the finest TVs you can buy.

Better than 4k detail even with 4k movies

Contrast, colours and brightness are stunning

Extremely expensive

Lacks Dolby Vision support



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This LG TV is one of the most versatile TVs currently available on the Aussie market. It’s a very powerful TV with premium features, and one that performs well in darkened rooms. If you are looking for the ultimate home viewing experience, you’ll find it with LGs C3 OLED.

The Alpha a9 Gen 6 processor improves HDR performance for amazing contrasts, rich blacks and vivid colours. Brightness is a little average, but definition is certainly excellent. It also comes with four HDMI 2.1 ports and offers a refresh rate of 120Hz.

Incredible 4k HDR picture quality

Good choice for gamers

High refresh rate

Improved WebOS

The audio is average

It’s expensive


Samsung QN90C

Samsung QN90C

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This is a mini LED TV that Samsung says is great for watching sport, due to its high screen brightness compared with OLED TVs. Combined with an anti-glare screen, you can watch your favourite sports in all different types of lighting conditions.

However. The Samsung QN90C is not just for sports enthusiasts. It’s also a fantastic gaming TV as it includes four HDMI 2.1 ports and a variety of cloud-based gaming features for Xbox, Nvidia GeForce and more.

High brightness capabilities

Anti-glare screen

Great for gaming

Backlight blooming

Expensive compared to other mini LED TVs


Sony A80L

Sony A80L

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This is a midrange OLED offered by Sony that is known for its superb sound quality compared to many other TVs on the market. In fact, for the price, it ticks just about every box you could want it to tick.

With deep blacks and vibrancy in the screen colours, the sound is enhanced by Sony’s Acoustic Surface Audio+. Dual subwoofers mounted on the base of the TV give you an immersive experience whether you’re watching a show or playing a game.

Depth in blacks

Solid brightness

Fantastic sound quality

Less expensive than other LED TVs

Promising gaming features

Brightness not comparable with top range models

No HDR10+ support


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