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  1. Panasonic TX-P55VT30

    Panasonic TX-P55VT30

    Reviewed on 17th October 2011
    Price when reviewed £2500

    Sets the benchmark for standard-definition, HD and 3D at this screen size

  2. Sony KDL-40NX723

    Sony KDL-40NX723

    Reviewed on 11th October 2011
    Price when reviewed £1300

    The Sony KDL-40NX723 is let down by dim images and horrible sound

  3. Samsung UE40D5520

    Samsung UE40D5520

    Reviewed on 11th October 2011
    Price when reviewed £600

    Best budget 40-42in TV, Awards 2011. A truly polished performer at the price, with no obvious shortcomings

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  4. LG 42LW650T

    LG 42LW650T

    Reviewed on 11th October 2011
    Price when reviewed £1000

    The LG 42LW650T has killer looks, price and performance

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    95%
  5. Sony KDL-40CX523

    Sony KDL-40CX523

    Reviewed on 11th October 2011
    Price when reviewed £500

    The Sony KDL-40CX523 has an extensive spec for the money but economies show elsewhere

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  7. Panasonic TX-P42G30

    Panasonic TX-P42G30

    Reviewed on 11th October 2011
    Price when reviewed £700

    Panasonic's TX-P42G30 Plasma TV is a really impressive high-def performer

  8. LG 42PW450T

    LG 42PW450T

    Reviewed on 11th October 2011
    Price when reviewed £475

    If you want some big-screen 3D action on a budget take a look at the LG 42PW450T

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  9. Samsung UE55D8000

    Samsung UE55D8000

    Reviewed on 10th October 2011
    Price when reviewed £2500

    The super-stylish Samsung UE55D8000 is a clever feat of engineering

  10. Panasonic TX-L24E3

    Panasonic TX-L24E3

    Reviewed on 4th October 2011
    Price when reviewed £350

    The Panasonic TX-L24E3 gives a big-screen performance from a small-room TV

  11. Panasonic TX-P65VT30

    Panasonic TX-P65VT30

    Reviewed on 16th September 2011
    Price when reviewed £4000

    If you’ve the space to house it, this awesome television can stun with the scale and quality of its 3D images

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