5 Popular Smart TVs Compatible With Oculus Quest

It’s not hard to find a smart TV that works with Oculus Quest, despite its not having a native app for smart TVs. All you need is Chromecast, and you are good to go.

But if you want to take your casting to a whole new level, then consider getting a smart TV with specs that are designed to work with devices like the Quest. That means fast response time, low input lag, and great image quality.

Here are five smart TV recommendations that match perfectly with Oculus Quest.

1. Our Top Pick: Sony A8H

Sony - 65" Class A8H Series OLED 4K UHD Smart Android TV

The Sony A8H is a good option for casting your Oculus Quest onto a bigger screen.

  • As an Android TV-powered smart TV, the A8H comes with Chromecast.
  • It has a low input lag and a near-instantaneous response time.
  • The A8H uses an OLED display, which produces clear images with sharp colors. Color accuracy out of the box is quite good, so there’s no need to calibrate upon buying.
  • The A8H has an infinite contrast ratio, which allows you to display images from the Quest with precise colors.
  • Reflections and glare are not much of an issue either, as the A8H has high peak brightness.
  • The A8H has wide viewing angles, so you get a clear image no matter where you’re seated.
  • The downside to the A8H is its lack of an Auto Low Latency Mode, Variable Refresh Rate, and its risk of burn-in, which is standard with all OLED panels.

The A8H comes in only 55 and 65-inch models, which can be limiting.

2. The Budget Pick: Vizio M7 Series

If you are on a budget, the Vizio M7 Series is a good choice for casting Oculus Quest.

  • Input lag is quite low, which makes gaming very responsive.
  • It uses Variable Refresh Rates to reduce screen tearing.
  • There’s also a Black Frame Insertion feature, which helps improve clarity in fast-moving scenes.
  • If you are viewing in HDR, the M7 won’t disappoint, as it has a wide color gamut and covers the DCI P3 color space.
  • The M7 also works well in the dark, thanks to its high contrast ratio.
  • The M7 does not get bright enough to make highlights really pop.
  • Its local dimming can be an issue, as the black levels are increased.
  • Another weakness of the M7 is its narrow viewing angles.
  • The M7 can only manage glare up to a certain point.

The M7 Series comes in 50, 55, and 65-inch models, and geared towards medium-sized room users.

3. Samsung Q80T

The Samsung Q80T is an excellent option for casting your Oculus Quest display.

  • The Q80T comes with Chromecast built-in, and it has an outstandingly low input lag, thanks to the Game Motion Plus, which also reduces screen judder.
  • The Q80T also has a 120 Hz refresh rate and uses Variable Refresh Rate, which mitigates screen tearing.
  • The Q80T is among the most affordable QLED smart TVs on the market.
  • It comes with a full-array backlight.
  • Its contrast ratio is exceptional, especially in dark rooms.
  • Glare and reflections are not an issue either, so you can use the Q80T in well-lit environments with no problems.
  • Color accuracy is spot-on, and you won’t have to tweak it much.
  • Viewing angles are also excellent, so you can get accurate images no matter where you are seated.
  • If you are looking at using the TV for HDR content, the Q80T won’t let you down with its wide color gamut.
  • There are some reports of uniformity issues on screen, but it’s something that may vary from one unit to another.

The Q80T comes in 49, 50, 55, 65, 75, and 85-inch models, which gives you a good number of options for different room sizes.

4. Sony X900

If you have a little more money to spare, then consider the Sony X900H.

  • The X900H has a good contrast ratio and remarkable black uniformity.
  • Response time is excellent, and the input lag is low.
  • The refresh rate of the X900H is at 120 Hz, and the X900 is expected to bring support for variable refresh rate in a later firmware update.
  • The X900H has the option for Black Frame Insertion to support image clarity in fast-moving scenes.
  • Color accuracy is great right out of the box.
  • The color gamut is remarkable and comes with decent peak brightness.
  • Peak brightness in HDR is also quite decent but can lack highlight emphasis.
  • Viewing angles are not that wide, which can be an issue when watching at an angle.
  • You may experience image duplication when displaying at 120 Hz, even if the content is at 60 Hz.

The X900H comes in 55, 65, 75, and 85-inch models, making it geared towards users with bigger rooms.

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5. Vizio P Series

The P Series from Vizio is also a strong contender to match with your Oculus Quest equipment. 

  • You get amazing picture quality at a price point lower than most leading brands.
  • The P Series gives you a low input lag, a 120 Hz refresh rate, and near-instantaneous response time.
  • Fast movements are fluid and get boosted with the help of the Black Frame Insertion to reduce screen tearing.
  • The P Series is also versatile when it comes to lighting conditions. Thanks to its exceptional contrast ratio and full-array local dimming, the P Series can produce deep blacks that are perfect for late-night use. It also has no issue when used in a well-lit environment and handling of reflections because of its high peak brightness.
  • HDR content on the P Series is also remarkable. It can cover almost all the DCI P3 color space to produce colors that stand out.
  • The downside to the P Series is its limited viewing angles. If you have guests over, they won’t be able to see as clearly when watching at an angle.

The P Series comes in 65, and 75-inch models, which might be limiting for those who don’t have large rooms.

How Much Should You Spend on a Smart TV that Is Compatible with Oculus Quest?

If you are planning to buy our Top Pick smart TV for your Oculus Quest casting, the Sony A8H, you are looking at spending $1,900 on a 55-inch TV.

Meanwhile, our Budget Pick, the Vizio M7 Series, generally retails for around $500 for a 55-inch screen.

Another option is to get a Chromecast, which is less than $50 and works if your TV does not have Chromecast built-in.

Final Thoughts:

The secret to having a good smart TV that works with Oculus Quest lies in its response time. Ideally, the movement on-screen should be synchronized with your movement.

That is why the smart TVs listed in this article are inclined toward gamers. It’s important to have low lag and an almost instantaneous response time to get good results.

While any other smart TV can work, if the response time is not fast, the actions on the screen will lag behind what is on the Quest headset.

If you want to look at options outside the choices listed here, focus on the response time.

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