’s Holiday Guide to TVs, Audio, and Home Theater Systems

November 22, 2016

12:50 pm

Each year, there are certain devices and gadgets that the entire family wants, and without a doubt you’ll find a 4K TV at the top of most wishlists. According to our friends at Consumer Technology Association (CTA), TVs will be the number two item on wishlists, and 53% of TVs purchased will have 4K resolution.

Looking to buy a 4K? Read this holiday guide first: If you are in the market for a 4K system, you also likely know that size does in fact matter. You may see many doorbuster deals this week for purportedly 4K TVs, but if they are under 55 inches and you plan on sitting less than four feet away, you’re not going to get the viewing experience that you desire. With this in mind, we typically suggest looking into at least a 55 inch 4K TV, and really 60-70 inches is more ideal. So skip the doorbuster TVs that are likely going to be junk and invest in something with staying power.

With this in mind, gaming will also be focused heavily on 4K this year. Between the Xbox One S and the PS4 Pro, your favorite systems will be able to further support 4K content. On top of this, Netflix and several other streaming services have begun bolstering their offerings as well. Check out the holiday guide below to learn more.

The Best TVs and Home Theater Systems for 2016

Based on the most popular selling and highest rating 4K TVs and home theater systems on a variety of respected sites, we’ve come up with a little list to help you build yours.

The Best Earbuds and Headphones for 2016

Where to Get Them

Samsung UN55KS9500 – $1700+

LG OLEDE6 series – $2500+

Sony XBR-X930D series – $1500

LG OLEDB6 Series – $1800

Vizio M-Series – $750

Vizio P-Series – $800

Enclave Cinehome HD –  $1200 ( approved)

Klipsch Home Theater System – $3000

Pioneer SP-PK52FS Andrew Jones 5.1 Home Theater – $640

Energy 5.1 Take Classic Home Theater System – $550

Beats Studio Wireless Headphones – $220

Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 – $220

Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones – $300

Sony MDR1A (Wired) – $300

Bowers & Wilkins C5 S2 In-Ear Headphones – $180

Klipsch XR8i In-Ear Headphones – $180

1MORE Triple Driver In-Ear Headphones – $100

Stay tuned for the rest of our holiday guide throughout November. We’ll be covering: fitness and health gifts, computers, tablets, smartphones, and tech fashion accessories. You can find our first part of the guide on general tech and gaming, drones and tech toys, techie stocking stuffers, and the best gift box subscriptions.

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Elliot is an award winning journalist deeply ingrained in the startup world and is often digging into emerging technology and data. When not writing, he’s likely either running or training for a triathlon. You can contact him by email at elliot(@) or follow him on Twitter @thejournalizer.

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