1. LG 32LN575V

    LG 32LN575V

    The bells and whistles of smart apps and streaming features go a long way in making this decent-looking TV a worthwhile option

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  2. Finlux 32F7020-T

    Finlux 32F7020-T

    Sharp and detailed picture quality for under £300? Despite its flaws – yes, please.

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  3. Samsung UE32F6400

    Samsung UE32F6400

    An exciting-looking and -sounding screen with a great set of catch-up services overshadows any niggles – this is a highly desirable Samsung TV

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  4. Panasonic TX-L32E6B

    Panasonic TX-L32E6B

    Best 32in TV, Awards 2013. A stunning screen that’s lovely to use and at an equally lovely price. This TV is a fantastic bargain

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  5. Sony KDL-46W905A

    Sony KDL-46W905A

    Stacks of detail and a stunning 3D performance, but pictures lack the punch of a five-star product, and we’d like to see brighter whites too

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  7. Sony KDL-42W805A

    Sony KDL-42W805A

    A great-looking TV with many strengths but black levels let the side down

    80%
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  8. Philips 55PFL8008

    Philips 55PFL8008

    A great TV from Philips, with stunning performance across the board

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  9. Panasonic TX-P60ZT65B

    Panasonic TX-P60ZT65B

    A brilliantly accomplished TV, no doubt, but not automatically the best way to spend your money

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  10. LG 55LA860W

    LG 55LA860W

    Close but no cigar – the LG 55LA860W falls down too much in comparisons with class-leading sets, robbing it of the full five stars

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  11. Panasonic TX-L47DT65B

    Panasonic TX-L47DT65B

    It has its drawbacks, but this Panasonic is easy to live with and has an insightful and dynamic picture performance – it’s a great set

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