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Old 03-05-2018, 08:06   #1
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How do I navigate the 4k TV Minefield

I don't have as much time as I used to to research TVs and honestly it seems to be a bit of a minefield of late...

I know that I want 4k with HDR, and I thought I wanted a 10 bit panel because that's what I've read on occasion.

But now I see that people seem to think some 8bit panels are better than 10bit panels, that a lot of listings don't even show what type of panel they have.

And is there anything else I should be looking for? I have a Plasma currently but looks like I'll be going LED or OLED or QLED - what's the difference?

In short - i'm not desperate for a new TV, it will need to be 56"+ (as I have a 55" currently and will want to expand) and I don't have a set budget (other than sub-£800 unless it's something really special) but I want to be able to keep my eyes on deal sites and know when something hits my criteria to jump.

So can anyone advise what I REALLY need to be looking for?
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