TOP 15 Televisions
When it comes to sheer value, nothing beats this 4K HDR high-street hero, with Ambilight the LED icing on the cake. You can go bigger for the same money, but not better.
Unprecedented colour and brightness combine with the LED world's best backlight controls to deliver the finest HDR pictures seen to date.
The 55OLED803 makes improvements over its predecessor, delivering cinematic visuals, Ambilight immersion and solid sonics. Great price tag too.
Sony's Master Series OLED hero is a tour de force in UHD TV design, boasting awesome images, outstanding sound and a great new Android smart platform.
The 85Q900R doesn't just rely on its 33 million pixels or native 8K content to create a stunning spectacle. Yes, it's expensive, but it's also a reference-grade display.
Unprecedented brightness, colour and - by LCD standards - black levels make this a supremely impressive 55in 4K HDR TV. It is expensive, though!
Top-class processing unlocks every last drop of OLED's current potential, ensuring that HDR 4K sources have never looked punchier or crisper on an OLED screen.
While there are punchier OLED performers out there, the 65FZ802's finesse and accuracy makes it a real home cinema dream machine.
With its superb colour fidelity and refined HDR, this Panasonic is an AV-Holic's dream. Add a Technics soundbar and advanced Smart OS, and you get something special.
If you have the space in your cinema room and the money in your wallet, the Sony KD-100ZD9 is a reference screen that does 4K HDR justice.
Sony's debut bigscreen OLED is one of the most innovative, beautiful and outstanding TVs we've ever tested. But does its form factor suit your AV lifestyle?
Samsung's step-down QLED model is an emphatically good LCD TV, although the performance gap between it and the Q9FN is bigger than the current price suggests.
This 65-incher can be a tad baffling to use, but it's a dazzling picture performer with a comprehensive smart platform.
The Signature G7 can be considered a glorious OLED indulgence. Frighteningly expensive, but it's a beautiful screen with a sublime AV performance.
First-class image processing, dynamic HDR and a smooth direct LED backlight make this mid-range 4K LED TV a must-see. Android OS doesn’t impress, though.