The mid-range X850F series delivers a disappointingly massive step down in picture quality.
Buying Guide If you're looking for a second screen, the 32-inch division offers some excellent value options.
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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.
With its 75-inch 4K screen, Sony's XBR-75X940E elevates your viewing experience to a genuine home cinema level.
Updated 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.
If you’re looking for a TV for a relatively bright room, the Q8C’s QLED technology makes it uniquely qualified.
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.
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.