A large TV with great picture quality doesn’t have to cost a fortune: Our test shows you can now buy a large and decent TV with few compromises for under 1000 Euro!
TCL offers a top-notch LCD TV at a great price.
Samsung’s 7475 series offers a sleek design, great user-friendliness and the best picture quality in the test.
The Sony XG8096 is a good all-round TV with a range of key features such as Android and HDR video at a reasonable price.
On this model, Philips hedged their bets and crossed off the entire equipment list. They have confidently dubbed the result “The One” – the one TV you simply have to have!
This large screen from LG has a sleek design and great usability but the image quality is inhibited by weak contrast.
Philips dispatched its top OLED TV to the speaker gurus at Bowers & Wilkins for an audio upgrade. The result is simply phenomenal!
Right at the very end of the TV year, Sony pitches in with a new high-end OLED. The Bravia KD-65AF9 delivers design, image and sound in the high-end class.
Yearning for a TV that stands out in the crowd? You’ll search far and wide for a more powerful image engine than Philips’ 65OLED803.
The Panasonic TX-65FZ950E serves up image quality in the benchmark class, with sound to match.
Right in the middle of the busiest TV season, Samsung pulls an exciting and unexpected ace from its sleeve. Is the 55Q8D from the Koreans simply this year's best television purchase?
Philips has taken OLED and spiced it up with its ambient light Ambilight . The result is a TV with a picture experience out of the ordinary.
LG’s affordable OLED55B7V is one of the best television purchases you can make right now.
The Samsung UE55MU7075 boasts great design, as well as excellent usability, picture and sound, making it one of the better purchases in this price range.