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Many TV brands have adopted Mini LED technology this year, but Sony is having none of it. Its 4K LCD models for 2021, including the upper mid-range 65X90J under examination here, persist with the ‘standard’ LED lighting that LCD displays have been …
The HZ2000 ‘Professional Edition’ OLED range commands a price premium over rivals, but buyers won’t be disappointed. This 55-incher offers best-of-breed imagery and immersive Dolby Atmos audio via upfiring drivers.
The most aordable Samsung QLED model with a full array local dimming backlight, and an excellent all-rounder. Bright, with excellent contrast and rich colour, plus plenty of smarts.
Smaller and more aordable than 2019’s 85in ZG9, this 8K model is a superb performer, courtesy of 320-zone dimming and expressive colour. But the 8K spec doesn’t include playback via USB or streaming apps.
Has LG’s smallest ever OLED TV arrived just at the right time? John Archer swaps his 4K Blu-ray player remote for his Xbox joypad. Read our LG OLED48CX Review. Av Info PRODUCT: 48in 4K OLED TV with Dolby Vision and HDMI 2.1 …
Mid-range LED TV combining lush colour with superb detail, and multi-HDR support. If you can’t stretch to one of Panasonic’s OLED it’s probably the next best thing…
Mark Craven reckons TCL’s C815K QLED proves the Chinese brand really means business in the UK. Read our TCL 65C815K Review. TCL finally seems to be attacking the UK TV market with gusto. Previously it has taken residence on the entry-level …
The 805 is the smartest Philips OLED flatscreen yet, says an awestruck Steve May. Read our PHILIPS 55OLED805 Review. Philips’ new OLED805 may look at first glance like a numerical refresh of last year’s 804 model, but there’s far more to it than …
Audio innovation (including side-firing tweeters) rubs shoulders with highbrightness HDR imagery on Sony’s 65-incher. Minor LED backlight blooming, but it’s easy to forgive.
Flagship 8K model for 2020, with markedly improved upscaling of 4K sources, excellent local dimming and high-brightness handling of HDR. Gorgeous styling, and innovative four-sided speaker.
50in VA TV – AN AWFUL LOT of budget TVs these days carry the HDR label, but it’s fair to say that none of them deliver the eye-popping spectacle of pricier sets. Trickle-down technology has done its bit to steadily improve HDR performance for some …
Image processing here is not quite as good as that of Philips’ more premium OLED models, but this Ambilightenabled TV (with HDR10+ and Dolby Vision) is still ridiculously great value.