1. LG 55EC930V

    LG 55EC930V

    OLED becomes affordable – and it’s lovely.

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    Available from £1799
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  2. Samsung UE48HU7500

    Samsung UE48HU7500

    Some very minor flaws, but – if you can afford it – this is a fabulous way to go 4K at a smaller screen size

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  3. Sony KDL-55W955B

    Sony KDL-55W955B

    The W95 is a good TV in many regards, but we expect fireworks from a flagship set and the Sony just doesn’t quite deliver

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    Available from £1107.99
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  4. Sony KDL-46W905A

    Sony KDL-46W905A

    Stacks of detail and a stunning 3D performance, but pictures lack the punch of a five-star product, and we’d like to see brighter whites too

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  5. Panasonic TX-L47DT65B

    Panasonic TX-L47DT65B

    It has its drawbacks, but this Panasonic is easy to live with and has an insightful and dynamic picture performance – it’s a great set

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  7. Samsung PS51F8500

    Samsung PS51F8500

    The Samsung PS51F8500 is a top-class plasma TV: it isn’t cheap – but you get what you pay for

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  8. Samsung UE46F7000

    Samsung UE46F7000

    Another great screen from Samsung, with stunning picture quality and interface that’s worth its price… and an audition

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  9. Philips 46PFL8007

    Philips 46PFL8007

    A strong start for Philips' new TV range

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  10. LG 55LM760T

    LG 55LM760T

    LG's passive 3D big-screen set offers superb value for money

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  11. Panasonic TX-L47WT50

    Panasonic TX-L47WT50

    Stylish and commendable, but faces strong competition

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