1. Sharp LC-42B20E

    Sharp LC-42B20E

    Against its peers, Sharp's LC-42B20E is average despite a complete spec' and reasonable motion handling

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  2. Toshiba 42RV555D

    Toshiba 42RV555D

    This Toshiba LCD should find a few homes thanks to both solid performance and decent price

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  3. Finlux 42FLHDF850U

    Finlux 42FLHDF850U

    We’re struggling to find too much to recommend about this Finlux set. Simply put, your money could be spent better elsewhere

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  4. LG 50PG7000

    LG 50PG7000

    A 50in plasma for £1100 is a good deal by any standards, but can this LG deliver a credible sound and vision performance for the money?

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  5. Panasonic TH-65VX100

    Panasonic TH-65VX100

    It's very expensive but the performance is very good – if you want something this big, then look no further

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  7. LG 32LG4000

    LG 32LG4000

    This 32in LG LCD has a built-in DVD player, and it delivers good images from DVD or Blu-ray, but the TV tuner is less than perfect

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  8. Philips 42PFL9803

    Philips 42PFL9803

    This high-end Philips LCD screen with LED backlighting is a technical tour de force, but its performance doesn't fully justify its high price

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  9. Samsung LE32A558

    Samsung LE32A558

    Samsung's 5-series of screens has eluded us until now, but if this 32in model is as impressive as the rest of the range, it's on to a winner

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  10. Sharp LC-37B20E

    Sharp LC-37B20E

    Another slim set from Sharp, and while not disgraced, it still struggles to match the competition

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  11. Toshiba 37XV505

    Toshiba 37XV505

    As tends to be the norm nowadays, this TV is ultra-thin, with a gloss black finish and neat pedestal stand. It's also very good value

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