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Best 37, 39 inch TV 2019/2020, Editors Choice, 4K LED

(chosen by editors Robert Wiley, Jack Burden and Phil Conner)

Below is our recommended list of LCD and LED TVs in the 37" size for 2019/2020. Many of these TVs have been reviewed either this year or the determination made from last years review of the previous model. Our Quality award goes to the TV in this size category which has the top end Picture Quality as well as the best feature set. Price and value are not necessarily considered. Our Price award goes to the TV with solid performance on Picture Quality but not necessarily a robust feature set. And our Value Award goes to the TV which has the best combination of picture quality, features set and price.

Vizio D40-D1 4K UHD
Editors Choice Best Value

Another great value option from Vizio, it has clean image edges and great color and 1080p resolution. It has nice Smart TV options included for only $370.Read Full Review

Vizio D39-D0
Editors Choice Best Value

Has 1080p resolution and a really good picture for a smaller TV for $270.Read Full Review

Samsung UN40JU6500 4K UHD
Editor's Choice: Best Quality

You really have to step up to 40” to get a good quality 4K TV and this Samsung delivers exceptional value and quality for this size TV. It has superb upscaling capability and a good Smart TV suite even though it is is 60Hz. Read Full Review

Vizio E40­C2 1080p LED
Editor's Choice: Best Budget Model

For $348 how can you go wrong with this solid LED offering. The screen is not the best quality but the E40 does include basic Smart TV Apps. Read review

37" and 39" 2014 Models

LG 39LN5700      Editor's Choice: Quality
39" 1080p LCD HDTV

The LG 39LN5700 fills the small space between the 32 and 42 size classes. It will satisfy shoppers who are a little price conscious but want something bigger than a 32 inch TV in their living room. The LN5700 is a value model that satisfies hits most of the right notes when it comes to features.

Vizio E370-A0      Editor's Choice: Price
37" 720p LCD HDTV

The E370-A0 is a larger version of the basic 32 inch budget LED TV. Its got a 720p resolution with 60hz refresh rate. The design is nice with a thin bezel with a depth of more than 3 inches. It's not super thin, but for the price this TV is perfect for an extra room.

Toshiba 39L4300U      Editor's Choice: Value

After viewing the Toshiba 39L4300U I was refreshed to see a mid tier TV perform at this level. The backlighting creates a bright picture and the 1080p screen does an excellent job showing it. Toshiba's new Cloud TV feature really opens up a lot of potential for the TV as well.

Toshiba 39L2300U      Editor's Choice: Price

The 39L2300U is targeted at the TV shopper looking for a value set. It lacks just about all of the features of every mid and top level TV so you know it will do the trick in that department. It's different from the L4300 above in one big way. The Cloud TV platform is gone.

LG 39LN5300     
39" LED TV

This is the second to top of the line 39” TV from LG for 2013 through 2014 and with so many lower end off-brands on the market today in the 32 inch size we need options like this for quality and features. The picture quality on this model is going to top any off brand value competitor out there.

Vizio E390-A1     
39" LED TV

The LED backlighting provides decent picture quality on the E390. The picture is plenty bright so peak whites are not a problem on this set. Colors are another strong point. The backlight helps to achieve vibrant colors that pop off the screen.


Panasonic TC-L39EM60      Editor's Choice: Quality

The TC-L39EM60 uses the same 240 backlight blinking feature as the E60 series. This feature helps to reduce motion blur and judder associated with fast action scenes. When activated it is doubling the native 120Hz refresh rate of the panel.

LG 37CS560 Review     
37" 1080p LCD HDTV

At $450 the LG 37CS560 is a pretty solid deal for a 37" TV. It has traditional CCFL fluorescent backlighting, however we have long been fans of LG's LCD TVs all they way back to the thorough testing we did on the LH55 series a couple years ago. One of the highlights for this TV is the Triple XD engine that is new for 2012. This model will run through early 2013. Oh, forgot to mention - it has full 1080p resolution. No 3D or Smart TV.