HDR visuals on affordable HD-only screens.
If you loved Sony’s 2017 RE4 Series, but just wanted something a bit bigger, the all-new RF45 is exactly what you’ve been after.
If you’re not quite ready to make the leap to 4K, Sony’s HDR-ready HDTVs will provide some visual panache without the extra pixels.
Boasting Ambilight technology and a direct-lit VA panel, Philips entry-level 4K TV range sets a high bar for budget sets in 2018.
If you’re looking for a TV for a relatively bright room, the Q8C’s QLED technology makes it uniquely qualified.
Updated If you were hoping to get a convincing high dynamic range picture for so little money, you’re out of luck.
The MU6400 combines good picture quality with an aggressive price - and the results are hard to resist.
Sony’s picture processing prowess meets OLED technology in what turns out to be a match made in AV heaven.
Samsung's M9500 4K Blu-ray player combines high quality picture and sound playback with an unusually strong roster of smart features.
Sony's 55XE8596 proves that it really is possible to get great 4K HDR pictures without spending a fortune.
LG’s SJ9 system delivers eight discrete channels of remarkably powerful, clean sound from an improbably compact soundbar/subwoofer combination.
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.
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.
It might not be cheap, but Sony’s new flagship 65-inch TV delivers the best picture quality we’ve seen this year.
Fancy getting your hands on Samsung's latest TV tech but don't want a curved TV? Then say hello to the UE49KS8000.
Samsung's flagship LCD TV for 2016 is out to stop OLED from owning the spotlight – especially where HDR is concerned.
Samsung aims to reinvent the soundbar, in terms of both performance and compatibility with the latest AV standards.
Samsung's bid to bring 4K and curves to the masses continues with this well-specified but still decently affordable TV. But is its 48-inch screen big enough?
The 48-inch UE48JU7000T boasts direct LED backlighting, a Tizen-based smart system and UHD resolution - all for £1,400