1. Bang & Olufsen BeoVision Avant 55

    Bang & Olufsen BeoVision Avant 55

    The BeoVision is expensive, and flawed in some areas – but we still want one

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  2. LG 65UB980V

    LG 65UB980V

    A fine TV, but bettered by less-expensive rivals and suffers from a few niggles

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    Available from £2799
  3. Toshiba 58L9363DB

    Toshiba 58L9363DB

    The ultra-high-def market is moving fast and this 4K TV is ready to be retired

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  4. Samsung UE65HU7500

    Samsung UE65HU7500

    Best 60in+ TV, Awards 2014. A great 4K performance that doesn’t forget the importance of other resolutions. This is an excellent all-rounder.

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    Available from £2449
  5. Sony KD-65X9005B

    Sony KD-65X9005B

    The Sony TV has its issues with upscaled content, but it’s a gorgeous set that looks great in 4K

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  7. Toshiba 65L9363

    Toshiba 65L9363

    The Toshiba’s a perfectly adequate performer, but it’s relatively pricey and is too easily outgunned by rivals costing similar money

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  8. 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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  9. Panasonic TX-L65WT600

    Panasonic TX-L65WT600

    The Panasonic WT600 is a very capable TV regardless of its futureproofing and 4K picture

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  10. Philips 65PFL9708

    Philips 65PFL9708

    A fine 4K TV that’s full of pros and with only a few cons. A real contender

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  11. 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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