1. Sharp LC-52LE700

    Sharp LC-52LE700

    This Sharp has some good parts, but in terms of features and performance it belongs to a previous generation

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  2. LG 50PK590

    LG 50PK590

    At this incredible price, LG's 50PK590 has serious mainstream appeal, even though it's not as adept as the class-leaders

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  3. Sony KDL-60LX903

    Sony KDL-60LX903

    This 60 inch LED/LCD hybrid from Sony is quite simply a gorgeous big screen set – if you've got the money and space to accommodate it

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  4. LG 15EL9500

    LG 15EL9500

    And so it begins, the OLED influx has started with this 15 inch LG set. It's beautiful and clever, but so, so expensive

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  5. Sony KDL-40HX703

    Sony KDL-40HX703

    Once again Sony has produced a cracking LCD – it's more expensive then the 'EX-503 but we think it's a great all-rounder

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  7. Samsung LE40C650

    Samsung LE40C650

    Samsung's budget televisions are for the most part absolute belters, and this LCD is no exception

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  8. Panasonic TX-L42D25

    Panasonic TX-L42D25

    We think this Panasonic LCD is a more then decent 40 inch screen, but for the money there's better out there

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  9. Philips 40PFL7605

    Philips 40PFL7605

    This LCD from Philips is a great television, but minor flaws, including lack of Freeview HD, prevent it from being truly exemplary

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  10. Technika 42-2030

    Technika 42-2030

    It might be from Tesco's own electronics brand, but despite some flaws this LCD represents solid value for the money

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  11. Toshiba 40WL753

    Toshiba 40WL753

    At just under a grand, this 40 inch Toshiba has to tackle the big names head on – and this time they prove to be a bit too much to handle

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