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In the market for a new TV? The LG C9 is the best of the bunch. Period. The OLED screen is fantastic, as is the software driving it. The smart features aren’t half bad, either. As such, we awarded it a rare five out of five in our review. Being the champion all-rounder it is though, it doesn’t come cheap — so it won’t appeal to everyone.

If you’re looking for something a bit more affordable, the TCL 6-Series could be a better fit. Loyal to a different manufacturer? Consider the Samsung Q9FN or Sony Master Series A9F. The fact of the matter is, each television has its fair share of strengths and weaknesses. To meet your match, you first have to figure out all the features that matter to you the most. Once you’ve done that, scroll down to meet the TV of your d

Let’s start with the OLED screen. Its mix of vivid colors and obsidian-like black levels assure it can’t be beaten in the contrast department. Fuse that with many of the latest HDR standards — including Dolby Vision, Hybrid Log Gamma, and HDR10 — and the firm’s Alpha 9 Processor, which ensures that even HD and Full HD content are showcased at a 4K Ultra HD resolution, and you have a 5-out-of-5-scoring 4K TV.

Powering the C9 is LG’s webOS smart software that’s home to several top-tier on-demand streaming services, including Amazon Prime Video, DirecTV, HBO Go, Hulu, and Netflix. That translates to a near-endless catalog of content, available at the click of a button or a mumble of a voice command. That’s right — the C9 has a virtual assistant (or rather, two of them) on board for tracking down content.

You have the choice of either Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, though the latter is the one you’re going to want to take advantage. While both are more than capable of searching the internet for answers to questions, scanning through different streaming services to find material, and controlling various smart appliances, it’s Google’s offering that’s the smoother of the two on the LG C9.

There’s no doubt you’ll pay a premium for the LG C9, but for those who absolutely must have the wow of OLED and the brains of LG’s brilliant webOS system, it’s a match made in TV heaven that you’ll want to invest in.