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SONY XR-55A95K Review: Bravo for Sony’s Bravia QD OLED
This Quantum Dot OLED flatscreen is the TV to beat right now, believes John Archer. Read our SONY XR-55A95K Review. Samsung isn’t the only brand to combine OLED’s self-emissive contrast talents and the brightness/ colour benefits of Quantum Dots …
SONY XR-55A95K ReviewAdding a little extra refinement and balance to the unprecedented colour and contrast charms of QD OLED technology has resulted in an absolutely superb 4K TV.
LG OLED42C2 Review
For years now, those with modestly sized living rooms have lacked the space to comfortably accomodate the best TVs. It took until 2020 for the first 48in OLED TV to hit shops, and even these are too big for many living spaces. This year, however, …
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Panasonic TX-48JZ980 Review – Smart set
Panasonic has produced some brilliant OLED TVs, but this is the first one that’s smaller than 50in across the diagonal. But let’s face it it, this 48in model will be big enough for most modestly-sized living rooms, and its …
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Panasonic TX-48JZ980 ReviewA superb 48in OLED screen with great picture quality, all the smart streaming services you could want, and good sound
PHILIPS 65OLED+986 Review: OLED’s feeling supersonic
Philips’ new range-topping OLED TV introduces some much-needed class into John Archer’s living room. PHILIPS 65OLED+986 Review Many AV brands like to claim they’ve got a ‘statement’ model at the top of their TV lineups. Few, if any, deliver on …
There’s no other remotely mainstream TV out there that better combines pictorial splendour, near separates-level audio and an exquisite design. But there’s a premium price for it.
PANASONIC TX-50JX850 Review: Every day brilliance
Panasonic delivers a bright-room LED TV that sports fans and gamers are going to eat up, says Steve May. Read our PANASONIC TX-50JX850 Review. Panasonic typically lures movie fans to its 4K screens with cinematic image processing offering …
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PANASONIC TX-50JX850 ReviewAs long as you’re not looking for 4K HFR support, this high-value LED thinscreen is a brilliant option. A few picture niggles are easy to overlook at the price.
Sony XR-65X90J Review – Detail diva and motion master
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 …
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Sony XR-65X90J ReviewDespite mild backlight limitations, the 65X90J’s pictures are bright, colourful and sharp, its gaming support is good and getting better, and its sound quality is outstanding.
PANASONIC TX-55HZ2000 Review – OLED taken to another level
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.
PANASONIC TX-55HZ2000 ReviewThe addition of Dolby Vision IQ gives this reference grade 4K OLED a welcome boost. Awesome sound, strong smarts and the most cinematic picture in town. A class-leader.
SAMSUNG QE65Q80T Review – AV all-rounder
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.
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SAMSUNG QE65Q80T ReviewThis Swiss army knife of a 4K TV mixes a fine HDR performance with above average audio performance. Few are better equipped…
SONY KD-75ZH8 Review – It’s an 8K TV, Jim…
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.
SONY KD-75ZH8 ReviewThe 75ZH8 produces arguably the best and certainly the most spectacular picture quality of the year. But 8K and next-gen gaming support is strangely limited.
LG OLED48CX Review – LG’s little big idea
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 …
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LG OLED48CX ReviewLG’s 55in CX is better value, but this 48in upstart is a peerless option for small theatres and gaming dens.
PANASONIC TX-58HX800 Review – LCD that thinks it’s an OLED
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…
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PANASONIC TX-58HX800 ReviewThis mid-range LED TV combines lush colours with super detail, and multi-HDR support. If you can’t stretch to an OLED it’s probably the next best thing.
TCL 65C815K Review – Moving on up the TV ladder
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 …
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TCL 65C815K ReviewA 65in flatscreen that will find TCL new fans, the C815K is a solid all-round picture performer with Quantum Dot wide colour and an impressive feature list.
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