Buying Guide If you're looking for a second screen, the 32-inch division offers some excellent value options.
The first Dolby Vision 4K Blu-rays are here – which means we can thoroughly test them against their HDR10 counterparts.
Buying Guide Don't settle for 1080p. These 4K TVs have incredible clarity, amazing color and, of course, a 3840 × 2160 resolution.
Buying Guide Gaming is enjoying an AV renaissance right now - so make sure you’ve got a TV capable of keeping up.
If you were hoping to get a convincing high dynamic range picture for so little money, you’re out of luck.
The MU7000 combines good picture quality with an aggressive price - and the results are hard to resist.
Much-improved picture quality with a gorgeous design and a more affordable price make LG’s C7 OLED a prime contender for TV of the year.
By managing to deliver great 4K and respectable HDR for just $1,999, Optoma’s UHD60 makes the impossible possible.
Samsung’s bid to rule the audio world takes another mighty leap forward with this outstanding single body solution.
Samsung's M9500 4K Blu-ray player combines high quality picture and sound playback with an unusually strong roster of smart features.
Sony's 65X850E proves that it really is possible to get 4K HDR pictures that don’t suck without spending a fortune.
LG’s SJ9 system delivers eight discrete channels of remarkably powerful, clean sound from an improbably compact soundbar/subwoofer combination.
If you’re looking for a TV for a relatively bright room, the Q8C’s QLED technology makes it uniquely qualified.
Mini Review Sony’s latest 65-inch 4K HDR TV combines direct lighting and local dimming at a price you might actually be able to afford.
Sony’s picture processing prowess meets OLED technology in what turns out to be a match made in AV heaven.
Extreme brightness and Sony’s second-gen Slim Backlight Drive create some of the most dramatic high dynamic range pictures yet.
Riding the high from its phenomenal HW-K950 Soundbar, Samsung is set to expand its Dolby Atmos soundbar lineup with the more affordable K850.
The Q Acoustics M4 proves that stereo-only sound bars can still make a mark in today’s multi-channel age.