1. Finlux 55UT3E242S-T

    Finlux 55UT3E242S-T

    Beware of being seduced by the budget pricetag, this Finlux is not quite the full 4K ticket...

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  2. Panasonic TX-55AX630B

    Panasonic TX-55AX630B

    It looks mighty cheap for a 4K TV, but that’s because it plays almost none of the 4K content currently available

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  3. Finlux 47F9076-T

    Finlux 47F9076-T

    A mixed performer that will need a more aggressive pricing strategy to stand out

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  4. Philips 48PFS57093

    Philips 48PFS57093

    Excels in many areas, but let down by below-par standard definition

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    Available from £449.99
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  5. Toshiba 47L7453DB

    Toshiba 47L7453DB

    Poor picture performance and user experience are the downfall of this TV

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    Available from £499.95
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  7. 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 £486
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  8. Samsung UE40F6500

    Samsung UE40F6500

    Not a class leader, but this Samsung offers a lot for your money

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  9. Panasonic TX-47AS650B

    Panasonic TX-47AS650B

    A solid start for Panasonic’s 2014 TV range, but it simply can’t compete with better-value rivals

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    Available from £479
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  10. Finlux 55F9076-T

    Finlux 55F9076-T

    A good-looking set, but doesn’t deliver a competitive performance

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  11. Sony KDL-50W829B

    Sony KDL-50W829B

    It may have lost a star, but this 50in Sony is still worth an audition

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