1. Panasonic TX-L32E30B

    Panasonic TX-L32E30B

    The no-frills Panasonic TX-L32E30B could be a smart choice

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  2. Sony KDL-46NX713

    Sony KDL-46NX713

    There's a lot to like about this Sony 3D LCD, but despite its strengths, there are still some shortcomings

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  3. LG 47LW650T

    LG 47LW650T

    A great way to get into 3D TV, this set's passive 3D tech gives a relaxed viewing experience, and you get lots of 3D specs

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  4. Hitachi L46VG09

    Hitachi L46VG09

    With a list of downsides that far outweighs its good points, it's hard to recommend this big-screen Hitachi LCD

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  5. Panasonic TX-L37DT30

    Panasonic TX-L37DT30

    Panasonic produces a class-leading 37in set, in picture performance and functionality

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  7. Samsung UE46D7000

    Samsung UE46D7000

    Slim, and supremely beautiful to look at, Samsung's UE46D7000 has a comprehensive spec sheet and excels in 2D; Smart Hub web portal is excellent

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  8. Samsung UE46D8000

    Samsung UE46D8000

    A premium smart 3D TV which is packed with all the latest gizmos, but a price rise and stiff competition from its junior sibling deprive it of a st

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  9. Sony KDL-55NX813

    Sony KDL-55NX813

    Just when you thought there were enough Bravia TVs around, Sony has issued this 55 inch LCD. It may be niche, but we think it's appealing

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  10. Panasonic TX-P65VT20

    Panasonic TX-P65VT20

    It might be huge and expensive, but this 65in plasma from Panasonic has what it takes to impress us

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  11. LG 60PX990

    LG 60PX990

    Given its size, LG's 3D-toting 60PX990 is surprisingly affordable, and despite the occasional foible, we think it's great value for the money

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