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  1. 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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    Planar PD420 review

    Planar PD420 review

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    The Planar PD420 is pretty expensive versus most 42in LCD screens that come our way these days. But then you are paying for a genuinely premium performance level

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    Humax LGB32-DST review

    Humax LGB32-DST review

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    Taking its place in the mid-range of the company's LCD TV line-up, the Humax LGB32-DST is an undeniably lovely-looking 32in model, but its real attraction is its low price.

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    Humax LGB-19DZT review

    Humax LGB-19DZT review

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    It's official: hi-def is within everybody's price range. The latest offering from Humax, its 19in LGB-19DZT, crams a HD-ready resolution into a 19in flatscreen, bringing HDTV to your kitchen or bedroom for less than £300. It sounds ideal, doesn't it? Unfortunately, there's one vital reason why we're not completely convinced.

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    *Hitachi P50XR01 review

    *Hitachi P50XR01 review

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    The Hitachi P50XR01 isn't what you'd call a bargain. At a cool £2,300 (although we spotted it for as little as £1,600 online), the P50XR01 builds-in a massive 250GB hard drive (around 100 hours) behind a panel that's pixel-packed, all atop a motorised swivel stand

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    B&O BeoVision 7-40 review

    B&O BeoVision 7-40 review

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    Whenever a new Bang & Olufsen TV appears, you can be sure its design will be utterly iconic. So it goes with the BeoVision 7-40 - and then some

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    Sharp LC-52X20E review

    Sharp LC-52X20E review

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    Taking up little space for a 52in TV, the Sharp LC-52X20E’s high-gloss black bezel is just an inch across. It’s also unusually slim around the back, even by LCD standards, and sticks out a mere 94mm. Connections are also bang up to date, and include three HDMI v1.3a inputs, all compatible with Deep Color, and able to take 1080p/24fps from suitable HD players.

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    Alphason Ambri ABR1100-B review

    Alphason Ambri ABR1100-B review

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    If you're in the market for a stand it's well worth splashing out on something attractive and well-made. After all, the thing will be staring you in the face every time you look at the TV.

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    Hannspree XV32 GT review

    Hannspree XV32 GT review

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    Some TVs stand out from the crowd with their designs, while others rely on their features. Others use high performance levels to tempt you. The Hannspree XV32 GT, though, goes the classic price route, reeling you in with the promise of 32in of good-looking flatscreen LCD TV for just £400

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    Sharp LC46X20E review

    Sharp LC46X20E review

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    On paper the Sharp LC46X20E has the lot: Full HD resolution; novel design; ultra-thin looks; and bountiful connectivity. What can possibly go wrong? Three HDMI (v1.3) inputs kick things off for the Sharp LC46X20E.

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    Goodmans LD3261HD review

    Goodmans LD3261HD review

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    It comes as little surprise that the build quality of the Goodmans LD3261HD gives away its budget LCD TV status. But overall the Goodmans LD3261HD represents reasonable value for money and is a reasonable way to experience high-definition on a budget

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    LG 32LB75 review

    LG 32LB75 review

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    If you're going to call a TV range 'Design Art', you really are raising expectations of something truly spectacular and unlike anything that's been seen before. Which is precisely why our first impression of LG's 32LB75 is one of slight disappointment.

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    Samsung LE-52F96BD review

    Samsung LE-52F96BD review

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    Anyone who knows much about flat TVs is aware that LCD technology has a couple of fundamental problems.This is the first LCD TV in the UK to ditch the old static backlight in favour of an array of light emitting diodes (LEDs).

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    LG 37LF75 review

    LG 37LF75 review

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    LG's 37LF75 oozes instant appeal on not one but two fronts. First of all there's its extravagant design, which boasts a cutely arced bottom edge and very tasteful barrel-shaped stand connection. Not surprisingly this is one of LG's new Design Art range of TVs.

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    Philips 19PFL5602D review

    Philips 19PFL5602D review

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    Not many 19in LCDs pass our way these days and even fewer as pretty as this. Philips' TV quashes the notion that anything smaller than 26in is a jumped-up computer monitor with the styling and build quality that entails.

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    Sanyo CE32LD81-B review

    Sanyo CE32LD81-B review

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    Once a big player on the UK TV market, Sanyo’s influence has rather waned in the face of constant price pressure and huge ranges from so many larger rivals.

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    Polaroid TLU-03223B review

    Polaroid TLU-03223B review

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    With detachable speakers and a £400 price tag, Polaroid is offering something a little different with its LCD (labelled the Definia), but has the all-important picture quality been ignored?

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    Philips 42PFL9632D review

    Philips 42PFL9632D review

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    Philips’ technological ambition hasn’t always been matched by perfect pictures, but this time the Dutch company has hit the jackpot. Dressed in an ‘anthracite dark’ gloss, this full HD 42in screen possesses just about every feature you could wish for.

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    Sharp LC32AD5E review

    Sharp LC32AD5E review

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    The LC32AD5E is Sharp’s current entry-level, HD Ready set with no frills and an appealing price.

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