Fancy buying a new TV? We've rounded up a collection of the best TVs on the market in 2016, from budget to big-screen, Full HD to 4K and OLED.

The TV market can be a dizzying maze of model numbers at the best of times, so we've compiled this list of the best TVs on the market by price and type to help narrow down your search.

All these TVs boast excellent picture quality, whether you'll be watching TV, movies or sport or using your box for gaming.

We've picked-out the best performance-per-pound sets for your perusal, including the very latest LCD, LED and OLED TVs, as well as picking out the best TVs for high-definition and 4K content.

Whether you're after a compact 32in TV on a budget for the bedroom or a 50in+ big-screen behemoth for the main room, there's a TV for everyone.

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Best TV under £300
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Tested at £300 

Best price £269 at Electrical Empire

This small-screen Sony may only have an HD-Ready resolution but that doesn't detract from the superb image it serves up. It's without doubt the best budget 32in screen available right now.

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Best TV under £500
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Tested at £500 

Best price £319 at Amazon

This Panasonic set marries an attractive price tag (it was a bargain at £500, but is now much cheaper) with an equally pleasing picture.

Okay, so there's no 3D or 4K on board, but this 40in set is testament to just how good an affordable TV can be. It's a straightforward Full HD 1080p screen, but it's also packed full of smart TV features and more importantly, picture quality is best in class.

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Best TV under £750
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Tested at £550 

Best price £529 at Amazon

Samsung's UE48J6300 is currently our 2015 TV Product of the Year, so it goes without saying that this is a great set to look at and live with.

It produces a beautifully balanced, clean-cut picture, which explodes with detail and rich, punchy colours. The Samsung is remarkable with both HD and standard definition and even 3D is an enjoyable, engaging watch.

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Best TV under £1000
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Tested at £880  

Best Price £700 on Amazon

Who said you need a mammoth flatscreen to appreciate the benefits of a 4K picture? This 40in Samsung set is proof that you really can get great 4K picture quality on a smaller screen.

It delivers across the board, combining features, functionality and performance to make it a seriously compelling proposition.

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Best TV under £1500
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Tested at £1250  

Best price £1049 at Amazon

Samsung dominated our 2015 TV Awards category, and with sets like the UE48JU7000 in its arsenal, it's easy to see why. Given the number of pixels in 4K (eight million, if you'd forgotten) you'd expect a super-sharp picture - and that's what you get.

Besides the strongly defined edges and realistic textures you get a smart and speedy Tizen-based interface, HDMI inputs aplenty and a slim, attractive physique. This really is an impressive all-round package.

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Best TV under £2000
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Tested at £2000  

Best price £1778 at Amazon

The UE55KS9000 has arrived at a time when 4K OLED sets are becoming more common and much better, but thankfully it proves there's plenty of life in LCD screens yet. Our jaws practically hit the floor when sat down to watch it, as it makes 4K HDR content look absolutely stunning. 

We're just waiting on Samsung to add a few of the major catch-up TV services, but once they do, this will be a pretty much perfect TV.

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Best 4K OLED TV
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Tested at £3000

Best price £2799 at Currys

LG's 4K OLED TVs have come a long way since they were first introduced and the OLED55C6V is a testament to that. This is one of the new breed of TVs to meet the strict Ultra HD Premium critera but it also supports Dolby Vision, Dolby's alternative to HDR. 

The C6V is therefore pretty future-proof and will happily accept anything you want to throw at it. Couple that with a fantastic picture, decent sound by way of Harman Kardon speakers and a budget price for an OLED screen, and the OLED55C6V suddenly becomes one of the most desirable TVs of the year. 

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Best money-no-object TV
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Tested at £5000 

Best price £4999 at Sevenoaks

We admit, £5000 is a lot to spend on a TV. But when the TV is as good as the OLED65E6V then every penny is justified - put simply, it's the best TV we've seen all year.

However, if you want more screen for the same price, Sony's excellent KD-75XD9405 is a very worthy investment.

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