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Samsung Q9 series

The two titans of TVs face off once again, with Samsung's contender powered by improved quantum dot technology and aided by hosts of new features.

LG 55EG910V

No TV delivers the same level of picture quality for the price of the LG 55EG9100.

Sharp LC-80XU930X

The Sharp Aquos LC-80XU930X is a 4K Android-powered TV that uses a technology that upscales its resolution to 8K.

Samsung UN88JS9500F

Despite being an excellent example of LCD TV state of the art, Samsung's high-end JS9500 loses the picture quality battle against OLED TVs.

LG 55EC9300

The 55-inch LG 55EC9300 offers the world-beating picture quality of OLED TV for the lowest price yet.

Samsung UN105S9W

​Samsung has announced its ginormous 105-inch UN105S9W television is now available for pre-order for $120,000.

Panasonic Viera TX-47AS740

It doesn't deliver the deep black levels and rich contrast that we'd expect at this price. Add in the fact that its implementation of the Freetime on-demand service feels half-baked and you're left with a TV that just isn't worth the high asking price.

Sony Bravia KD65X9005B

Sony's KD-65X9005B produces really stunning picture quality, not just with UltraHD video, but also with Blu-rays and HD broadcasts. Its sound quality is top notch too thanks to its meaty speakers. The chunky design, 3D performance and smart TV system could be better, but despite these weaknesses, it's still another very impressive TV from Sony.

Samsung UE55H8000

Supremely stylish and bursting with features, the UE55H8000 produces excellent pictures, but it's very pricey for a Full HD model.

Sony KDL-50W829

The 50W829 puts in an excellent performance thanks to its deep black levels, rich contrast and perky colours. It also largely avoids blotchiness in the backlighting, unlike most other LED TVs. It's only the set's uninspired smart TV system and mediocre sound quality that stop it from scoring even higher.

Sony KDL-42W829B

The 50W829 puts in an excellent performance thanks to its deep black levels, rich contrast and perky colours. It also largely avoids blotchiness in the backlighting, unlike most other LED TVs. It's only the set's uninspired smart TV system and mediocre sound quality that stop it from scoring even higher.

Sharp LC-60UQ10EN

Sharp's new LC-60UQ10EN isn't a stand-out performer, but it offers a very big screen for a good price, and it produces pretty good picture quality with standard- and high-definition sources.

LG 55EA980V

The LG 55EA980V really is a ground-breaking TV. It delivers astoundingly good picture quality thanks to its perfect black levels, amazing contrast and great colour performance. It looks great too and has a good smart TV system. I only hope that LG can get the price of future OLED sets down to more reasonable levels so normal folk can afford one.

Panasonic TX-L65WT600B

The TX-L65WT600B has a slick design, a DisplayPort and HDMI 2.0 connection, but its edge dimming system is unsophisticated and black levels below par. It's not the convincing 4K package I was hoping for.

Toshiba 32L6353

With good connectivity, decent picture performance and a stylish design, there's plenty to like about Toshiba's 32L6353, especially as it's so cheap. Sony's KDL-32W653, however, only costs around £40 more, has significantly better picture quality and a snappier smart TV system. Ultimately, if you can afford it we'd suggest you go for that model instead.

Sony KDL-42W653A

We're not keen on the set's use of an external power supply or the fact it only has two HDMI ports. The KDL-42W653A, however, redeems itself with excellent picture quality thanks to its deep black levels and strong standard definition upscaling. If you're not interested in 3D support, which this set lacks, then it's a good budget buy.

Sony KDL-47W805A

The KDL-47W805A delivers good pictures in brighter rooms and has very good standard-definition upscaling. Its mediocre black levels means it's not a great choice for evening movie viewing, however. It's also a tad expensive and its smart TV system lags Samsung's.

Samsung UE40F6400

Its performance in a darker room is not on a par with the pricey F8000, but it offers many of that set's other impressive features, including its smart TV system, at a much more reasonable price. As a result, the Samsung UE40F6400 is a good mid-range family TV.