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What is considered the best 1080p TV currently available?


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I'm keen to go down the 4k route eventually but as this will involve upgrading not just the TV but my amp also - it's something I'm not considering for a couple of years.

I currently have a 48" Samsung middle of the road 1080p TV. For most things it is 'respectable' but as its main use is watching films there is a huge issue with it that I can't live with anymore.

During panning shots the motion blur and judder is absolutely awful. Blacks are also terrible and washed out. It is also not as sharp as a previous older tv I had when watching Blu Ray (this TV was a warranty replacement with John Lewis).

So as 4K is out of the question for the time being what would be the best 1080p TV that I could currently buy with excellent blacks (at least for LED), excellent motion handling and a nice sharp picture?

I honestly don't mind spending say £1k - £1.5k for the right TV if it gets be a decent example that will do me for the next couple of years.

Ideally I'd like a 50-55" model.

So any ideas? I need to find that killer 1080p set that must be out there somewhere?

Thanks :D


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LG's Full HD OLED TV - 55EC930V is supposed to be pretty damn good.


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That 1080p oled is real nice for 1500. Another 500 buys a 4k oled set....

Worth considering just for that slight bump in picture quality even if 4k is a few years away for you in true upgrade terms.

Edit- no. That 4k set will be 1200-1500 this time next year if not less, as OLED prices will tumble quickly on non top end sets. The 1080p set makes more sense for now.
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