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Although it's now been replaced by the 2017 versions, LG's 2016 B6 OLED TV remains a superb choice for high-end TV shoppers who need a new set now.
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Starting at $7K for the 65-inch size and going up to an undisclosed sum for 100 inches, Sony's latest sets challenge OLED with unprecedented brightness and all kinds of cutting edge HDR goodness.
The cheapest OLED TV is no bargain, but at less than $2,000 it's actually affordable for a lot of people. If you want the joy of OLED without taking out another mortgage, this is your only option.
Samsung's massive lineup of 2015 4K TVs is crowded with overpriced sets sprouting weird acronyms, gimmicky curved screens and features you'll probably never use. The JU7000 is the antidote to all of that: a flat TV with a good picture that doesn't totally...