High Dynamic Range (HDR) is the talk of the town when it comes to video quality, but you'll need a compatible TV. Here are the best HDR sets money can buy.

HDR video can be found on everything from Ultra HD Blu-ray discs to Amazon Video and Netflix 4K streams. HDR enhances the difference between the light and dark parts of the image, giving the picture more depth and making it look more vibrant.

But to see the difference, you might need a new TV. This is our pick of the best HDR TVs on the market, from under £500 40in options to 75in monsters.

MORE: HDR TV: What is it? How can you get it?

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