1. Sharp LC19D1E

    Sharp LC19D1E

    It’s worth knowing that the Sharp LC19D1E set won’t handle a 1080/24p signal, but 720p pictures aren’t far behind the best in class

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  2. Panasonic TH-58PZ800

    Panasonic TH-58PZ800

    A good big-screen plasma, and well worth an audition – although we'd be sure to try out its key rival too

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  3. LG 32PG6000

    LG 32PG6000

    It's cheap and the TV tuner is decent, but we're put off by the lacklustre video performance

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  4. Philips 42PFL9703

    Philips 42PFL9703

    This is one of the best 42in screens out there. Whether it's worth the money, only you can decide

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  5. Samsung LE40A856S1M

    Samsung LE40A856S1M

    The combination of looks, specification and performance means this Samsung elbows its way on to the top table

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  7. LG 42PG6900

    LG 42PG6900

    This 42in set not only packs in bags of functionality at a fantastic price, including a 160GB hard disk recorder, but it performs quite brilliantly

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  8. Toshiba 19AV506

    Toshiba 19AV506

    A solid performance and keen price means Toshiba's calling time on supermarket-brand TVs

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  9. Philips 47PFL9603D

    Philips 47PFL9603D

    It looks pretty and pictures are excellent, but this Philips has a glut of picture options and is a bit of a pain to set up and use

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  10. Pioneer PDP-LX5090

    Pioneer PDP-LX5090

    The ninth generation of Pioneer's Kuro plasma range is its best yet, and we couldn't stop ourselves marvelling at the sensational picture quality

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  11. Loewe Individual 26 S

    Loewe Individual 26 S

    Fabulous sound, but this set can't justify its hefty price tag

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