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Panasonic TX-L42WT50 review

Panasonic TX-L42WT50 review

Panasonic throws down the gauntlet to its LED rivals with the ferociously specified WT50

Panasonic TX-L47DT50 review

Panasonic TX-L47DT50 review

If you're prepared to pay a premium, then this 47in LED proves adept with both HD and 3D

Samsung UE75ES9000 review

Samsung UE75ES9000 review

Samsung's 75in show-stopper is the largest, smartest TV it's ever made. Big really is better!

Toshiba 55ZL2 review

Toshiba 55ZL2 review

Fancy watching 3D but not keen on wearing the glasses? Maybe Toshiba's 4K TV is the answer...

Panasonic TX-P55VT50 review

Panasonic TX-P55VT50 review

Can Panasonic's latest flagship plasma TV possibly raise the picture quality bar once more?

Sony KDL-55HX853 review

Sony KDL-55HX853 review

Flagship flatscreen is poetry in motion thanks to the technical wizardry of X Reality Pro

Finlux 55S6040-M review

Finlux 55S6040-M review

Finnish brand kicks off its latest attempt on the UK market with this ultra-cheap 55in TV

Toshiba 46YL863 review

Toshiba 46YL863 review

This affordable 46in TV concentrates on the basics - and gets most of them just right

LG 47LM670 review

LG 47LM670 review

Awesome Smart TV experience complements accomplished hi-def performance

Samsung UE46ES7000 review

Samsung UE46ES7000 review

MotionPlus comes of age as Samsung shows us just how good an edge-lit LED TV can be...

Sharp LC-60LE636E review

Sharp LC-60LE636E review

Sharp goes back to basics with a 60in LED TV that ditches 3D and iPlayer

Panasonic TX-P50ST50 review

Panasonic TX-P50ST50 review

Think plasma display tech has had its day? Panasonic would like to prove otherwise...

LG 55LM660T review

LG 55LM660T review

LG goes all out to impress with this 55in 3D flatscreen. Time to don the silly spex again...

Philips 42PFL7666 review

Philips 42PFL7666 review

Passive 3D Smart screen proves Philips is still a flatscreen force to be reckoned with

Kogan LED55 review

Kogan LED55 review

Strapped for cash but want a bigger TV? Maybe this Australian screen could be the answer

Toshiba 40RL858 TV review

Toshiba 40RL858 TV review

Get connected for less as Toshiba sets out to slash the cost of Smart TV with its 40in LED

LG DM2350D review

LG DM2350D review

It may look like any other PC monitor, but this LG display still boasts Passive 3D and integrated Freeview!

Samsung UE55ES8000 review

Samsung UE55ES8000 review

This 55in LED TV goes into innovation overload and may be the cleverest TV we've ever seen

Toshiba 32RL858B review

Toshiba 32RL858B review

This RL Series LED TV should suffice when it comes to a bit of bedroom action

Logik LE423ED11 review

Logik LE423ED11 review

While it may make a tempting purchase, buying this Passive 3D TV cheapie is a false economy

Top 5 Televisions

Samsung UE65JS9500 review

Samsung's flagship super-bright curved 4K/Ultra HD display rewrites the TV landscape

Panasonic TX-65CZ952B review

Panasonic's debut OLED carries a premium price tag. Is it worth it?

Samsung UE55KS9000 review

Dazzling, dynamic 55in Ultra HD TV set takes HDR to the edge...

Panasonic TX-65DX902 review

This flagship 4K/HDR set deserves its Ultra HD Premium status

Sony 55XD9305 review

This slim-screen 4K HDR Bravia can't quite match its performance to its aesthetics

Dolby Atmos and DTS:X
Q: Does your current AV receiver support the Dolby Atmos and DTS:X object-based audio formats?

 It supports both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X
 It only supports Dolby Atmos
 It doesn't support either audio format

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