For a few bucks more than the average budget TV, you get state-of-the-art connectivity, better-than-average sound, and the ability to play HDR-10 content, albeit, not nearly to full effect.
This WLED/LCD TV competes in the tier just above entry level and offers a good if not great picture, as well as better-than-average audio. It also has the the ability to play HDR-10 content, if not render it in true HDR fashion. A good TV for those on a budget, but who want a bit more.
If you’re looking for an affordable 4K UHD TV with the latest connectivity and better-than-average sound, Sharp’s $800 55-inch class Aquos N7000 should be on your short list. The N7000 is even “HDR-enabled” (High Dynamic Range), meaning it can play HDR10 content, although it doesn’t possess the display chops to take full advantage of that feature.
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