TVs

Reviews

£ 1000

You can't fault the picture and sound quality on offer, but this Sony isn't so good that it can justify the eyebrow-raising asking price

£ 600

Samsung's LE32B650 LED TV may look shiny on the outside, and there's much to admire, but this set is feeling the squeeze from all directions

£ 400

If you like your LCDs fancy, then this Toshiba may not be for you, but those seeking good value on a budget may have a winner

£ 700

JVC adds a new string to its bow, with the addition of a PVR to the LT-32DEI 32 inch LCD

£ 2695

Loewe's Art SL 42in LCD is stupendously expensive, but despite this we think it's rather alluring

£ 500

Sharp's LC-32DH77 isn't a bad LCD, but against its nearest rivals it just can't compete

£ 600

Panasonic's entry-level TX-L37S10 LCD is a fine television that does just about everything right

£ 1600

The Samsung UE40B7000 is virtually identical in spec to the UE40B7020 we've previously tested, but it's exclusive to Dixons, Currys and PC World

£ 600

LG's 32LH7000 LCD TV has a top-notch tech spec, distinctive styling and five-star performance, making it a worthy competitor in the 32in TV market

£ 1100

Just being 'good enough' in a world of stiff competition means that this LG 42LH7000 can't stand up with the rest