1. Panasonic TX-58AX802B

    Panasonic TX-58AX802B

    Panasonic’s gorgeous picture is undermined by technical limitations

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    Available from £2449
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. Sony KD-65X9005A

    Sony KD-65X9005A

    The Sony’s a good-looking, great-sounding TV, but it needs some 4K content to make the most of the extra resolution and justify that price

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    Available from £3349
  5. Panasonic TX-P55VT65B

    Panasonic TX-P55VT65B

    Best 55in+ TV, Awards 2013. Panasonic's latest plasma is a simply stunning screen, engaging to watch and comfortable to use

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    Available from £2399
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  7. Samsung UE55F8000

    Samsung UE55F8000

    The Samsung's all-powerful Smart Hub and natural pictures are sure to impress but the best deliver better black detail

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    Available from £2099.99
  8. LG 84LM960V

    LG 84LM960V

    Looks stunning with Ultra high-def signals, but more ordinary elsewhere. That price is hefty, too

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    Available from £9999
  9. Toshiba 55ZL2

    Toshiba 55ZL2

    A 4K TV and the world's first glasses-free 3D TV, but it comes at a steep price

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    Available from £4999

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