1. JVC LT-32DE9BJ

    JVC LT-32DE9BJ

    It might not set the world alight, but this HDD-toting JVC is a solid performer at a solid price

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  2. Samsung LE55A956

    Samsung LE55A956

    Not everyone has the room or money to accommodate this monstrous 55-inch TV, but it still delivers a fine big-screen picture

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  3. Panasonic TX-32LZD81

    Panasonic TX-32LZD81

    A solid, feature-heavy set – but it's no longer the only convincing way to receive Freesat

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  4. Pioneer KRP-500A

    Pioneer KRP-500A

    This is the first of Pioneer's new Kuro two-box plasma TVs we've tested, and very fine it is too. But is it better than the Award-winning PDP-LX5090?

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  5. Pioneer PDP-LX6090

    Pioneer PDP-LX6090

    It's huge, for sure, and costs a packet, but if you have the room and the cash this gigantic Pioneer plasma will please you no end

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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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