1. LG 42LB700V

    LG 42LB700V

    A fine screen, but the stunning WebOS interface is the real star

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  2. LG 55UB950V

    LG 55UB950V

    A talented TV that’s good to look at and great to use

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    Available from £1899
  3. LG 47LB730V

    LG 47LB730V

    A really good TV that ticks a lot of boxes – had the price been kinder, we’d be looking at a five-star product

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    Available from £729
  4. LG 65LA970W

    LG 65LA970W

    The picture doesn’t have the impact of the top 4K TVs, but it’s still a fantastic watch

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    Available from £2298.98
  5. LG 55EA980W

    LG 55EA980W

    Stunning black levels, punchy highlights and a natural touch with colours make this LG OLED a great first effort

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    Available from £2999
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  7. LG 50PH660V

    LG 50PH660V

    There are some things to like here, but with a picture quality that lets it down, there are other options out there that you should consider first

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  8. LG 32LN575V

    LG 32LN575V

    The bells and whistles of smart apps and streaming features go a long way in making this decent-looking TV a worthwhile option

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  9. LG 42LA740V

    LG 42LA740V

    A decent performer if you prioritise a vivid image over subtlety

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  10. LG 55LA860W

    LG 55LA860W

    Close but no cigar – the LG 55LA860W falls down too much in comparisons with class-leading sets, robbing it of the full five stars

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  11. LG 32LS5600

    LG 32LS5600

    A budget TV that gets the basics right

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