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Panasonic’s GZ2000 is the best OLED TV you can’t afford to buy right now, with a Pro Edition OLED panel, Dolby Atmos sound system and IQ-enhanced universal HDR.
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Panasonic’s HZ1000 OLED offers breathtakingly filmic images, with universal HDR support and innovative intelligent sensing for optimum viewing in any room lighting conditions.
Cinematic image quality and multi-HDR support make this 58-inch Panasonic HX800 an accomplished LED TV – and if gaming’s your thing, it’s lightning fast too.
Samsung’s premium-priced mid-range QLED barely puts a pedestal wrong, offering vibrant HDR, a forward facing feature set and HD upscaling to die for.
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One of the finest integrated TV soundbars, and a lush OLED panel, make this a designer 4K screen for truly discerning TV buyers.
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With best-in-class upscaling, 4K picture processing and a respectable gaming performance, Sony’s A9G/AG9 is a screen to lust after.
As affordable as it is formidable, the Philips 6800 4K UHD TV combines universal HDR support with romantic Ambilight – and it’s a great gaming telly too.
Hisense's high-value 65-inch Ultra HD TV combines lush colour and fine detail with a solid, simple smart TV platform and aggressive sound system.
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