High Dynamic Range (HDR) is the next big thing in the video world, but you'll need a HDR-compatible 4K TV to take advantage.

HDR content can be found on everything from Ultra HD Blu-ray discs to Amazon and Netflix 4K streams. There are even HDR-enabled games available on the Xbox One S and coming soon to the recently launched PS4 Slim and Pro.

This is our pick of the best HDR TVs on the market, from 50in HDR TVs for under £1000 to 75in TVs costing £4000, and featuring LCD, LED and OLED TVs from LG, Panasonic, Samsung and Sony.

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49in under £1500

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55in under £1500

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55in under £2000

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65in under £2000

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55in under £3000

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65in under £3000

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65in under £5000

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75in under £5000

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