Common Questions About 65-inch TVs

Whether you enjoy sporting events on a wide-screen TV or you want to have your own home theatre, a quality 65-inch TV will allow you to enjoy programming as you never have before. eBay is a great place to find new and used 65-inch TVs with a myriad of special features.

What 65-inch TVs are available?

Choose from brands like Bang and Olufsen, Cello, LG, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, and more for your valuable 65-inch TV. Select a 4K TV with a 2160p resolution or a resolution of 1080p. You have a choice of display technologies with LCD, LED, LED LCD, OLED, Plasma, and QLED offerings. The televisions are available in black and silver. There are also a lot of technical features available like a 2 port USB hub, Bluetooth, an Ethernet port, a flat screen, HDR TV, HDTV-enabled, a remote control, Wi-Fi-enabled, and more.

What is the difference between curved and flat TVs?

Flat TVs are traditional TVs with flat screens. The curved TVs have a slight curve to make the viewing experience more immersive. Below are the key differences between the two:

  • Immersive viewing: When curved TVs were introduced, one of the arguments in their support was that the curve allowed for more viewing space and a more realistic view. A 65-inch curved TV appears to be bigger than its flat counterpart of the same size. It is but not by very much.
  • Mounting: Flat TVs can be easier to mount to a wall though wall-mounting either of them can be achieved.
  • Availability: Flat TVs are abundant and easy to find. Curved TVs aren't as widely produced, but thanks to online shops like eBay, you can find a curved TV for your wide-screen program viewing.
  • Reflections: The normal light that appears on TV screens, when there are other sources of light in the same room, appear larger on a curved TV and more spread out. But they are minimal and less defined than they are on a flat TV. Reflections on flat TVs are smaller but well-defined.
What's a 4K TV?

4K is a film industry format using 4096 x 2160 pixels, which means there are nearly 4,000 pixels on the screen. Traditionally, screens weren't defined by numbers of pixels but by the number of horizontal lines of them. While there aren't quite 4,000 pixels on the screen, closer to 3840 x 2160 pixels, the 4K term is used.