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    Looking for the best 43" 1080p TV for £400 - £600

    Picture quality is very important, whether it's 4K or not isn't important at all.
    I'm also looking for it to have a center stand.

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    If you're going to be using HDR then Samsung's KS7500 at £800 is worth the extra.

    Other than that you're looking at:

    Sony XD80 (60hz VA) & XD83 (120hz IPS),
    Samsung KU6000-6300 and KU6400-KU6670 which are both similar VA panels but the latter has a wider colour space for HDR.
    Philips 6501/6551. 120hz IPS with ambilight.

    For LG it's probably the 668v, or 661v without magic remote if you don't want to buy from Currys PC World. The 750v is similar and it's hard to find out the differences. They're 60hz RGBW IPS panels but have a good SmartTV system with the best selection of UK Apps.

    Panasonic only do 40" AFAIK.

    So if your lighting is low enough to benefit from a VA panel then the XD80 or one of the KU6000 series depending on whether a curved panel or partial HDR appeals.
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