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  1. Panasonic TH-58PZ700B review

    Panasonic TH-58PZ700B review

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    Enthusiasts of TV techno-bling troubled by the sheer choice of 50-,52- , 60- and 65in screens now have a new configuration to ponder: 58in. More than some, less than others. Actually, the size transpires to be a great fit for plasma-king Panasonic.

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    Samsung PS50P69FD review

    Samsung PS50P69FD review

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    Like a fine wine, a business class flight  and an original mono copy of Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts’ Club Band (in mint condition, naturally) 50in plasma screens have always had that air of exclusivity about them, forcing us poor folk to press our noses against the shop window like Dickensian urchins. Well, you can now pull away your hooter from the glass, as Samsung’s offering is defiantly breaking rank.  

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    Panasonic TX-32LZD85 review

    Panasonic TX-32LZD85 review

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    The TX-32LZD85, a mid-range model from Panasonic’s new LCD collection, packs a fearsome on-paper punch. For starters, it’s got Full HD resolution, potentially adding an extra lovely level of purity to your 1080i/p HD gaming visuals.

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    Panasonic TX-37LZD85 review

    Panasonic TX-37LZD85 review

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    The general public seem to be pocketing 32in LCD TVs like they’re going out of fashion. The thing is, they are. It’s 37in models that are the new, er, black. Piano black!

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    Mirai DTL-742TE600 review

    Mirai DTL-742TE600 review

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    Full HD TVs seem to have made the journey from minor videophile concern to the mainstream in about a fortnight. Mirai’s DTL-742TE600 is at the vanguard of a wave of large affordable, flatscreens with 1080p panels that suddenly seem to have infiltrated the AV market and is among the cheapest sets of this size and specification we’ve seen.

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    LG 32LG5000 review

    LG 32LG5000 review

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    We're getting pretty used to seeing outlandish contrast ratio figures in the flat TV world these days, but at 50,000:1, the contrast ratio of LG's 32LG5000 outguns its rivals today by a massive 40,000:1. Will this figure be truly apparent in the TV's picture quality, or will it just provide more ammunition for the argument that quoted contrast ratios are untrustworthy?

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    Philips 32PFL7762D review

    Philips 32PFL7762D review

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    First of all, check out the price tag - a supremely affordable £600.

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    LG 37LT75 review

    LG 37LT75 review

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    If you’re one of the many households in the UK that can’t afford a Sky subscription, the 37LT75 may be the perfect upgrade for the impending digital age.

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    Hitachi L37X01 review

    Hitachi L37X01 review

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    Once one of plasma technology’s staunchest supporters, Hitachi is increasingly edging towards the LCD camp. So it comes as no real surprise to find ourselves faced with a new largescreen in the shape of the L37X01.

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    LG 50PG6000 review

    LG 50PG6000 review

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    LG claims the 50PG6000 offers the blackest ever blacks on a plasma TV. Pioneer’s £4,000 ‘Kuro’ 50in plasma promised a 20,000:1 contrast ratio, whereas this sumptuous plasma giant claims to top that by 50 per cent. The 50PG6000 also boasts four HDMI inputs – one more than Pioneer’s flagship PDP – and sells for a quarter of the price.

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    JVC LC-32DA8BJ review

    JVC LC-32DA8BJ review

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    At marginally under £500, JVC’s LC-32DA8BJ looks very good value on paper. It’s HD Ready, of course (we wouldn’t review it if it wasn’t), with a native 1366 x 768 pixel count; its connections include twin HDMIs and a component video input to meet your HD needs

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    Panasonic TH-37PX80 review

    Panasonic TH-37PX80 review

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    Aesthetically the Panasonic TH-37PX80 is a bit boring, truth be told, lacking the glossy glamour and slenderness of many of its rivals. But things look up with the discovery among its connections of three non v1.3 HDMI sockets, all capable of handling 1080p/24fps inputs, but not Deep Color compatible

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    JVC HD-65DS8 review

    JVC HD-65DS8 review

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    Today's rear-pro TVs are an interesting high-performance alternative to flatpanels, and this set certainly wins design points. It looks as slim as a 65in rear-pro set ever could, with a tiny 1cm wide bezel and surprisingly shallow 29.5cm depth. The 65DS8 employs JVC's own DILA projection technology, delivering a Full HD resolution and claimed contrast ratio of 10,000:1.

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    Panasonic TX-26LMD70A review

    Panasonic TX-26LMD70A review

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    Panasonic has been the LCD manufacturer to beat in group tests for some time and this 26in upholds that enviable tradition in fine style.

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    Sony KDL-26P3020 review

    Sony KDL-26P3020 review

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    Sony makes a brave aesthetic departure from regulation black slinkiness with this unusually chunky, gun-metal set.

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    Mirai DTL-832E600 review

    Mirai DTL-832E600 review

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    There are plenty of euphemistic ways in which to describe sets such as this one. An optimistic marketeer or salesperson, for example, might opt for ‘inexpensive’ or ‘affordable’, while anyone who has seen the Mirai DTL-832E600 in action, however, might go straight for ‘cheap’.

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    Humax LGB22-DYT review

    Humax LGB22-DYT review

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    Second-room TVs rarely come as well-specified as this HD-ready 22in Humax IDTV. With both analogue and digital tuners, it features a seven-day EPG for Freeview and a CI slot for pay-TV.

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    Samsung LE46A656 review

    Samsung LE46A656 review

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    The outward appearance of the Samsung LE46A656A1F isn't the only feature to be upgraded from the company's previous models. This 46in TV has more bells and whistles than a football referee's wedding. It's Full HD (although, to be honest, that's a no-brainer for screens over 32in nowadays), with 1080p24 compatibility, and comes with 100Hz Motion Plus - the company's frame-doubling technology to eliminate LCD blur and judder.

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    Philips 37PFL5522D review

    Philips 37PFL5522D review

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    The Philips 37PFL5522D is the company's most 'affordable' 37in screen and, unsurprisingly, it lacks the aesthetic pyrotechnics of so many LCD TVs higher up the company's range, shorn as it is of any sort of Ambilight system or sculpting flourishes. It's essentially just a basic black rectangle.

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    Sharp LC-32AD5E review

    Sharp LC-32AD5E review

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    With Sharp now apparently focusing on the bigscreen end of the LCD market, the LC-32AD5E - with its budget £500 price tag - feels a bit like an afterthought.

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    Samsung LE26R87BDX review

    Samsung LE26R87BDX review

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    Samsung squares up to its fellow Korean and longtime nemesis, LG, with a similarly handsome set and just a tenner between it and the LG 26LC55.

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    LG 26LC55 review

    LG 26LC55 review

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    Stylish in matt black and with a very slick user system, the LG 26LC55 has the look and feel of a very classy set

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    JVC HD 65DS8 review

    JVC HD 65DS8 review

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    This rear-projection behemoth sports a staggering 65in screen, which, you have to say, makes its £3,200 price tag look very affordable compared to flat TVs of similar dimensions. While it’s definitely not as slender as an LCD or plasma, the JVC HD 65DS8 is by far the slimmest rear-pro set yet, measuring just 29.5cm. You can even hang it on a wall.

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    Toshiba 52Z3030 review

    Toshiba 52Z3030 review

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    The 52in Toshiba 52Z3030 is the largest model in the company’s latest LCD TV range, and since it’s a flagship model we’re hoping for something extra special. It’s very well put together, with its glossy black bezel looking and feeling suitably opulent.

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    Finlux 26FLD760 review

    Finlux 26FLD760 review

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    The Finlux 26FLD760 is a cheap set and it shows, but not nearly so glaringly as you might think.

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