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LG 55LA9700 review

  • Full array, locally-dimmed backlights make for…
  • Outstanding color
  • Stunning Ultra HD 4K resolution
  • Best-in-class sound quality
  • Improved 3D performance
  • Upscaled 1080p content not noticeably superior
  • No 4K content to play
  • Exceedingly expensive
Our Score 8
User Score 0

Panasonic TC-P65ST60 review

  • Deep blacks
  • Great shadow detail
  • High brightness
  • Excellent color
  • Best value in televisions this year
  • Poor sound quality
  • Remote isn’t backlit
  • Must disable ads
Our Score 9.5
User Score 10

Samsung UN55FH6030 review

  • Rich, accurate colors
  • Sharp detail
  • Customizable motion processing
  • Poor off-axis viewing
  • Paltry black levels
  • Light on features
  • Uninspired design
Our Score 7
User Score 0

Samsung UN46FH6030 review

  • Rich, accurate colors
  • Sharp detail
  • Customizable motion processing
  • Poor off-axis viewing
  • Paltry black levels
  • Light on features
  • Uninspired design
Our Score 7
User Score 0

Samsung UN55F8000 review

  • Excellent Black levels for an LED TV
  • Superior brightness and color
  • Most beautifully designed TV of the year
  • Smooth fast-motion video resolution
  • Super-fast user interface
  • Poor off-axis performance
  • Wide TV stand may limit placement flexibility
  • Remote takes getting used to
Our Score 9
User Score 6

Editor TV Reviews

At this point, buying a new television feels like car shopping. There are myriad makes, models, shapes, and sizes, each armed with varying flavors of difficult-to-understand technology, and it's all being explained to you by a salesman with one eye on his commission and the other on another customer. Plus, some of the most exciting TVs on the market are priced like mid-size sedans. That means you need to be as well informed about this stuff as you are about your vehicle purchases, and that's where we come in. We understand the difference between LED, 4K, OLED, and every other TV-related acronym. We sacrifice our retinas staring at test patterns and test-driving models so you don't have to. We explain all the techno-babble in plain English so, when you're confronted by the aforementioned salesman, you can say, "Thanks kid, but I've got this.

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