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Sony's stellar mid-range model makes a big improvement in the audio department but two crucial design decisions keep it from being one of the best TVs of 2020.
As well as introducing an improved Acoustic Surface Audio system, the A8H/AH8 brings a number of features previously saved for its premium OLED models to a more affordable TV.
The 65NANO906 marks LG’s most concerted effort yet to fix its LCD issues and win AV fans to its cause.
Samsung The Frame (2020) is a much better proposition than its 2018 predecessor, even if some niggling complaints remain.
The Samsung Q6FN QLED TV brings HDR10+ streaming and 4K gaming, but does it have the specs to fully unlock their beauty?
Samsung’s premium-priced mid-range QLED barely puts a pedestal wrong, offering vibrant HDR, a forward facing feature set and HD upscaling to die for.
Don’t call it a budget TV. The Hisense 65H8G Quantum 4K is feature-packed, runs fast for games, and supports Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision HDR.
If you want to know what the state of the TV manufacturer’s art currently looks like, look no further than the Samsung Q950TS.