1. Samsung UE65JU7000

    Samsung UE65JU7000

    Samsung's 4K TVs had great success last year, but can the new UE65JU7000 continue the trend?

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  2. Linsar X24-DVD

    Linsar X24-DVD

    Not perfect, but sets out to give you a better sound and does just that

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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. LG WebOS 2.0

    LG WebOS 2.0

    LG makes its slick, smart interface slicker and smarter

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  7. Panasonic TX-65AX902B

    Panasonic TX-65AX902B

    A gorgeous screen with stunning colours and punchy detail, but at a high price

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  8. Samsung UE65HU8500

    Samsung UE65HU8500

    A feature-packed 4K screen that dazzles with its richly-detailed and vibrant picture

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  9. LG 55EC930V

    LG 55EC930V

    OLED becomes affordable – and it’s lovely.

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    Available from £1779
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  10. Panasonic TX-58AX802B

    Panasonic TX-58AX802B

    It still can’t quite hold off the competition, but if you’re after a fine 4K TV, it’s well worth investigating

    100%
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    Available from £5233.2
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  11. Philips 32PHT4509

    Philips 32PHT4509

    Philips delivers another good, well-priced TV with the accent on picture quality

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    Available from £214.99
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