Samsung's KS8000 series is our pick of the bunch when it comes to selecting a TV for the living room. The inclusion of 4K and HDR ensures content rendered from the Xbox One S will look superb.

Update 13 January 2017: We've taken another look at this list of 4K HDR TVs and believe you really can't go wrong with our previous recommendations. There are a bunch of newer TVs coming from CES 2017, though it may be a while before they're available.

Best overall

Samsung KS8000

Samsung KS8000

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It's by no means top-of-the-range, but the Samsung KS8000 is a stunning 4K TV. Connecting the Xbox One S to this display will allow you to take full advantage of Microsoft's new console without destroying the bank.

Bottom line: Great panel, low input lag with HDR gaming, and a good price when considering included features and technology.

One more thing: The auto-brightness feature has the tendency to act strange sometimes with light detection, which could break immersion.

Why the Samsung KS8000 is the best 4K HDR TV for the Xbox One S

The Samsung KS8000 series strikes a solid balance between affordability and advanced, next-gen visuals.

The KS8000 took our number one spot here as the best overall choice for the Xbox One S for a few reasons. Starting at around $1,100 for the 49-inch variant, it's not so much of an overpriced TV set when one considers what this investment brings to the living room.

As well as 4K and HDR support, this series of display from Samsung sport Quantum Dot technology for enhanced visual quality, and offers solid levels of contrast and brightness. Not only do movies and media come to life on-screen, but also characters and action from the latest games.

Samsung's KS8000 is also available in 55-, 60-, and 65-inch configurations, with the option to bundle a 4K Blu-ray player and/or soundbar. It's worth noting that the 55-inch option is an IPS panel, while the remaining three are VA. Overall, a highly recommended purchase for anyone looking to pick up an Xbox One S.

OLED Display

LG B6

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The B6 series of screens by LG is part the company's 2016 line-up of displays. While considered "low-end" compared to other series, this panel (available in both 55- and 65-inch variants) is perfect for the living room and the Xbox One S. HDR, 4K, fast processor for interactive content, and OLED technology ensure you're investing in a great visual experience.

Bottom line: OLED technology, sharp picture, solid visual experience. Well worth the asking price.

One more thing: LG TVs are powered by the webOS operating system, previously used by HP on smartphones.

Affordable

Vizio P

Vizio

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Should you be tight on cash but still want to enjoy 4K content, the Vizio P series is a great entry point. The P series comes in 50-, 55-, 65-, and 75-inch variants too. There are — of course — minor downsides to more inexpensive sets like these, including lower quality when it comes to upscaling sub-HD content.

Bottom line: Vizio is the perfect option for those with a tight budget but want to get on-board with next-gen technology.

One more thing: These TVs utilize Google SmartCast.

IPS Tech

Sony X850D

Sony X850D

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The highlighted 120Hz refresh rate is great for content that supports it, especially when it comes to smooth and responsive gaming. The IPS technology included allows for quite the wide viewing angle too, which is handy when sitting one of these units on a table in the living room with a small crowd gathered around.

Bottom line: They may compete on the console front, but Sony's TV line-up can work wonders with the Xbox One S.

One more thing: Sony has Android running on this series that opens up connectivity with Google's ecosystem.

Perfect Quality

LG G6

LG G6

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If money happens to be no issue, then we'd recommend the LG G6, the company's flagship screen. This 65-inch display is gorgeous and super-thin and the overall package is aesthetically pleasing. From the glass-bordered bezel to the superb integrated soundbar, this premium signature TV truly brings HDR and 4K content to life thanks to the excellent picture quality.

Bottom line: If you have more money then sense, the LG G6 is the perfect addition to any home.

One more thing: Input lag can be an issue for gaming, but this can considered a worthy compromise for that picture quality.

Conclusion

You really can't go wrong with a 4K HDR TV as many of the solutions available today will work wonders with the Xbox One S. That said, we feel the selection we've short-listed offer superb picture quality and the KS8000 is in our opinion the best TV in this segment for Microsoft's latest console.

Best overall

Samsung KS8000

Samsung KS8000

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It's by no means top-of-the-range, but the Samsung KS8000 is a stunning 4K TV. Connecting the Xbox One S to this display will allow you to take full advantage of Microsoft's new console without destroying the bank.

Bottom line: Great panel, low input lag with HDR gaming, and a good price when considering included features and technology.

One more thing: The auto-brightness feature has the tendency to act strange sometimes with light detection, which could break immersion.