TVs

Reviews

£ 1200

It's happened again - Philips has produced an all singing and all dancing set that we love. OK, blacks could be better, but we'd recommend this

£ 1000

The LG 42SL8000 delivers punchy, high-contrast images from all sources

£ 1080

It's a got a great spec, and there's Freesat here as well, but that doesn't make this Panasonic the best set in town

£ 1800

This is a first-rate TV from Philips, but it struggles to justify the extra cost over another Philips model, the £1200 47PFL7404

£ 1300

A slim set that offers stable and detailed pictures, but for £1300 you can do better

£ 2000

JVC has come up with a challenger for the best top-end TVs – if only it was a little more affordable

£ 1640

An accomplished all-round performance – including a decent backlight – puts this Sony up there with the very best

£ 650

It's expensive, but this 32 inch LCD from Philips offers a lot for what you pay, and you won't be disappointed

£ 276

Cheap, but there are too many performance flaws for the ST281 to be considered good value for money

£ 500

The 32LH5000 is another worthy LCD television to emerge from the sometimes fractious LG stable