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LG 55EG960V / 55EG960T / 55EG9600

So is the LG EG960V's OLED panel better than an equivalent flagship LCD? For black levels...

23 expert reviews | 93 user reviews

alaScore 99

Samsung 65JS9500 9 Series Curved LED TV (UN65JS9500 / UE65JS9500 / UA65JS9500)

While the Samsung UE65JS9500 isn't quite perfect, if you can install it so that you're not too...

15 expert reviews | 161 user reviews

alaScore 99

LG 55EC930V / 55EC930T / 55EC9300

Overall, the LG EC930V is an intriguing proposition, offering a level of depth and vibrancy that...

34 expert reviews | 629 user reviews

alaScore 98

Sony KD-65X9305C

The 65X9305C is Sony's flagship 65-inch 4K UHD TV. It combines Sony's latest X1 video processing...

5 expert reviews

alaScore 98

LG 65EC970V / 65EC970T / 65EC9700

The 65EC970V’s lack of HDR support means it’s not as future-proof as a few of its latest LCD...

9 expert reviews | 24 user reviews

alaScore 98

LG 65EG960V / 65EG960T / 65EG9600

EUROPEAN HOME THEATRE TV 2015-2016 - LG 65EG960V: Home theatre means getting the visual and...

6 expert reviews | 54 user reviews

alaScore 98

Sony KD-65X9005

Whatever angle you take, Sony's KD-65X9005B is a formidable 4K proposition. With its mould...

46 expert reviews | 104 user reviews

alaScore 98

Sony KD-55X8505

It’s a little less brilliant than the most brilliant 4K telly, but it’s a little less expensive, too

24 expert reviews | 282 user reviews

alaScore 97

Sony KDL-50W829

The temptation is to call 'time' already. If you want a superb 1080p LED connected TV, look no...

13 expert reviews | 228 user reviews

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LG 55UF950V / 55UF950T / 55UF9500

All-in-all, the LG 55UF950V is a class act, and a decent option for those deciding that now is a...

6 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

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LG 65EF9500

The 65EF950V is a big deal. As well as showing off LG's latest OLED technology, it's also the...

4 expert reviews | 56 user reviews

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Panasonic TX-50CX802B

While it's certainly managed one or two LCD TV hits over the past couple of years, Panasonic has...

3 expert reviews | 9 user reviews

alaScore 97

Samsung Curved 55HU8500 Series (UA55HU8500 / UE55HU8500 / UN55HU8500)

Ratings in depth You could be forgiven for thinking that AV manufacturers actually like making it...

14 expert reviews | 624 user reviews

alaScore 97

Samsung 55F8000 Series (UN55F8000 / UE55F8000 / UA55F8000)

The UE55F8000 hits the ground running with its design, which combines an on-trend slender bezel...

41 expert reviews | 1382 user reviews

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Samsung 55JS8500 Series (UN55JS8500 / UE55JS8500 / UA55JS8500)

Despite sitting quite high up in Samsung's 2015 TV range, the UE55JS8500 is actually the...

6 expert reviews | 456 user reviews

alaScore 97

Sony KD-65S9005

Curved screens remain a source of debate in AV circles. Yet regardless of whether you love or...

12 expert reviews | 53 user reviews

alaScore 97

LG 55EA980V / 55EA980T / 55EA9800

Ratings in depth I was frankly starting to doubt that this day would ever come.

40 expert reviews | 65 user reviews

alaScore 97

Samsung 65JS9000 Series (UN65JS9000 / UE65JS9000 / UA65JS9000)

While other brands are still struggling to get their "normal" 2015 TVs out, Samsung has already...

7 expert reviews | 245 user reviews

alaScore 96

LG 65EF950V

Despite a couple of strange lighting flaws, there are times - lots of them, in fact - where the...

2 expert reviews

alaScore 96

Samsung Curved 65HU8500 Series (UA65HU8500 / UE65HU8500 / UN65HU8500)

‘Ooh, I really want a curved TV!' said nobody ever. But today I find myself testing one anyway...

15 expert reviews | 184 user reviews

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Samsung 48HU7500 UHDTV Series (UE48HU7500 / UN48HU7500 / UA48HU7500)

Ratings in depth The fear of their new purchase becoming instantly obsolete is rife among TV...

6 expert reviews | 517 user reviews

alaScore 96

Samsung 65HU7500 Series (UN65HU7500 / UE65HU7500 / UA65HU7500)

Samsung's step-down Ultra HD TV swaps curves for (relatively) affordable 4K quality. Find out if...

6 expert reviews | 280 user reviews

alaScore 96

LG 65UB980V / 65UB980T / 65UB9800

LG has had a topsy-turvy year in TV. On the upside, the brand's taken the Smart TV world by storm...

10 expert reviews | 50 user reviews

alaScore 96

Panasonic TX-55CX700

The Viera TX-55CX700B is a superb 4K TV. Terrific Full HD upscaling, fantastic colours and a...

5 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

alaScore 96

Panasonic TX-65AX900E

Given that many of the engineers now working on Panasonic’s LCD TVs were once key engineers in...

5 expert reviews | 1 user reviews


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