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  1. JVC LT-42DA8BJ review

    JVC LT-42DA8BJ review

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    You don't have to look hard to spot the 42DA8BJ's main claim to fame. It's a 42in LCD TV that costs just £1,000. But is it really as great value as it appears? It's nothing special to look at, certainly.

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    JVC LT-37DG8 review

    JVC LT-37DG8 review

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    Having often struggled to keep pace with the endless price-slashing antics of its rivals, JVC has finally got down and dirty with the budget boys with the LT-37DG8: a 37in LCD TV costing a mere £900

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    HANNspree XV32 review

    HANNspree XV32 review

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    HANNspree is going back to basics with the XV32, a 32in LCD TV that strips out the bells and whistles to reach a buyer-baiting price tag. This cut-price approach explains the lack of a digital tuner, which could limit its lifespan with analogue switch-off just around the corner.

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    Panasonic TX-32LXD700 review

    Panasonic TX-32LXD700 review

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    The TX-32LXD700 is another illustrious addition to Panasonic's fine portfolio. Practically every feature of a Panasonic TV is meticulously thought through, and the power consumption of this model is no exception: the TX-32LXD700 uses 140W in operation

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    JVC LT-42DV8BJ review

    JVC LT-42DV8BJ review

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    Every new generation of flatscreen TVs brings with it some new must-have gizmo. And for the current generation, that gizmo is 100Hz.Originally used in cathode ray tube TVs to tackle flickering images, 100Hz doubles the refresh rate of PAL signals.

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    Toshiba 32C3030 review

    Toshiba 32C3030 review

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    First the good news: the Toshiba 32C3030 uses an astonishingly low 0.1W while in standby mode. And this is an achievement that's backed up by a decent operational power consumption figure of 154 watts per hour

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    Sony KDL-32D3000 review

    Sony KDL-32D3000 review

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    When it comes to power consumption, the 32in Sony KDL-32D3000 is a sleeping beauty: in standby mode, it uses a meagre 0.4W of power. Admittedly, this is offset by the 169W guzzled in operation but it still demonstrates that Sony is putting its weight behind the green.

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    Sharp LC32RD2E review

    Sharp LC32RD2E review

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    Having been more than impressed with the manufacturer's full HD XD1E range in recent months, we were hoping that Sharp's LC32RD32 - its first model to feature 100Hz processing - was equally going to deliver the goods.

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    Philips 32PFL7562D review

    Philips 32PFL7562D review

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    An asking price of only £700 is not to be sniffed at for a 32in LCD TV from a well-known manufacturer, but is it time to smell a rat? After all, Philips' track record with budget entry-level LCD TVs hasn't been entirely perfect

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    LG 47LY95 review

    LG 47LY95 review

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    LG has been on a design roll of late: witness the lovely styling of its Chocolate mobile phone-inspired 60PF95 plasma TV and the retro-futurist curves of its tiny 20in 20LS3 HD-ready LCD TV

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    LG 20LS3R review

    LG 20LS3R review

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    Surrounded by Identikit flatscreen TVs, LG's 20LS3R certainly stands out from the crowd. The upturned C-shape stand is a dramatic stylistic departure from the majority of TVs' footprints, acting as a counterpoint to this 20in LCD TV's gloss-black looks.

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    Hitachi 32LD9700 review

    Hitachi 32LD9700 review

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    After seeing this TV in action, it seems that buying a TV with good green credentials also means making allowances for a slightly less impressive picture.

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    Sharp LC-42XD1E review

    Sharp LC-42XD1E review

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    If you ask me, it's only when you get to the 40-42in screen sizes that things really get interesting in the TV world. Not just because this is the sort of size where a TV starts to turn into a home cinema centrepiece, but also because this is the level where brands start to go the extra mile with cool features and harsh price competition.

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    Philips 32PFL9632D review

    Philips 32PFL9632D review

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    The arrival of the first TV bearing Philips' new Perfect Pixel HD Engine technology, the 32PFL9632D, has got me excited, because I can't wait to see how Perfect Pixel improves on Philips' already impressive Pixel Plus 3 HD system

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    Loewe Individual Compose 40 review

    Loewe Individual Compose 40 review

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    If you don't mind, by way of opening this review we'll simply direct your attention to the pictures of the Loewe Individual Compose 40 and save ourselves having to write at least 800 words or so. Rather pretty isn't it?

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    Panasonic TH-42PZ70 review

    Panasonic TH-42PZ70 review

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    Now that the challenge of fitting full HD pixel counts into plasma screens has been met, 1,920 x 1,080-pixel TVs are coming thick and fast.

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    Sanyo CE37LD81-B review

    Sanyo CE37LD81-B review

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    Thirty-seven inches of LCD gives you a set pitched somewhere between a standard living room goggle-box and the kind of giganto-screen favoured by hardcore movie freaks and professional footballers.

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    JVC LT-42DV8BJ review

    JVC LT-42DV8BJ review

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    The latest fad in the flat TV world at the moment is undoubtedly 100Hz - and with good reason. For the process of doubling the usual PAL scanning frequency has been proven to ingeniously avoid LCD technology's infamous problems with resolution loss over moving objects.

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    Samsung LE46F86 review

    Samsung LE46F86 review

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    The LE46F86BD is particularly significant because it features Samsung's debut take on the 100Hz trend now sweeping the LCD world. And one simple fact becomes immediately, blindingly obvious: the set's picture quality is really superb

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    Sony KDL-20S2030 review

    Sony KDL-20S2030 review

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    Sony's Bravias have carved a name for themselves, but they have yet to become established as small screen saviours. That's about to change. This 20in LCD TV is not only HD Ready, but it also provides benchmark picture quality

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    Panasonic TH-50PZ700 review

    Panasonic TH-50PZ700 review

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    The technical difficulties of squeezing 1920 x 1080 plasma cells into a screen smaller than 65in have meant that before now we've only seen one Full HD 50in plasma TV: Pioneer's PDP-5000EX waltzing in at a cool £6,000

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    Toshiba 37X3030 review

    Toshiba 37X3030 review

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    The 37X3030 is part of Toshiba's 'step-up' new LCD range, meaning that, like Sharp's 37XD1E, it's a Full HD model. But 1920 x 1080 pixels does not necessarily make a great TV, so let's see what else it has up its sleeve

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    Toshiba 23W330 review

    Toshiba 23W330 review

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    Most HD Ready TVs are at least 26in in size for the simple reason that on anything smaller the benefits of high definition are not thought to be detectable by our eyes. This makes the appearance of an HDMI socket and an HD Ready badge on this 23in LCD TV somewhat of an anomaly.

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    Sharp LC-37XD1E review

    Sharp LC-37XD1E review

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    With an abundance of 1080-line material now available from the likes of Sky HD, Blu-ray and HD DVD, there's a growing demand for TVs with 1920 x 1080 resolution. Sharp's LC-37XD1E recognises this need, boasting a Full HD resolution and the ability to display 1080p content in its native form.

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    Samsung LE-37R87BDX review

    Samsung LE-37R87BDX review

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    Finding any sort of 37in flat TV for £900 is a cause for celebration. So finding one as feature-heavy and pretty as the Samsung LE37R87BDX almost warrants a national holiday

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