SONY KD-65A1

Stuff Middle East - - Top Tens - US$5450 / sony.com

LG has been sit­ting pretty on top of our TV charts for yonks now - its de­ci­sion to go OLED proved to be a mighty suc­cess­ful one. But LG’s domi­nence is fi­nally over, as Sony blasts away the com­pe­ti­tion with its very first at­tempt at an OLED telly. With an out­stand­ing pic­ture and de­sign, pack­aged with a clever speaker sys­tem that vi­brates the whole screen, the A1 comes out on top in al­most ev­ery sin­gle cat­e­gory. This is the TV to beat in 2017. Stuff says ★★★★★ Sony’s first crack at OLED turns out to be the great­est TV we’ve ever seen

LG OLED55C7V US$4100 / lg.com

Each of LG’s bril­liant OLED TVs this year ac­tu­ally sport the same eye-blis­ter­ing panel. SO if you’re look­ing for top-class qual­ity with­out break­ing the bank, the C7 is your best bet. And if you’re go­ing to use a sound­bar any­way, there’s no rea­son to snub. Stuff says ★★★★★ LG’s best-value 2017 OLED came close to top­ping our list

Sony KD-55X90E ★★★★★ US$1500 / sony.com

What it lacks in OLED, this set more than makes up for it in su­perb 4K HDR skills.

Sam­sung QA55Q7F ★★★★★ /

US$2000 sam­sung.com The Q7C proves that QLED is more than just mar­ket­ing for old telly tech­nol­ogy.

LG OLEDW7 ★★★★★ US$16,300 / lg.com

The new bench­mark in TV de­sign and pic­ture qual­ity, but ridicu­lously pricey.

LG OLED55C6V ★★★★★ US$2360 / lg.com

Packed full of tech, with jaw-drop­ping per­for­mance to send you into TV reverie.

Sam­sung UA55KS9500 ★★★★✩ US$2100 / sam­sung.com

Stun­ning per­for­mance for the money, prov­ing there’s plenty of life left in LCD yet.

Sony KD-55X93D ★★★★★ US$1630 / sony.com

Sony ticks ev­ery box for a thor­oughly mod­ern 4K HDR TV.

Pana­sonic TX-65DX900 ★★★★✩ US$3500 / pana­sonic.com

A good op­tion if you’re look­ing for a large-scale 4K telly, but the HDR isn’t as great as oth­ers.

Philips 55PUT6102 ★★★★✩ US$1000 / philips.com

A de­cent per­former that’s el­e­vated by that sweet, sweet Am­bi­light tech­nol­ogy.

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