LCD TVs reviews

  • Sony Bravia KDL46WE5

    Sony Bravia KDL46WE5

    User Rating8.9

    Sony Australia's first crack at an "eco-conscious" LCD TV, the WE5 cuts power consumption through its new HCFL backlight and a Presence Sensor. 15

  • Sony Bravia KDL46EX1

    Sony Bravia KDL46EX1

    CNET Rating7.4
    User Rating9.0

    The Sony Bravia KDL46EX1 is a gorgeous looking unit that shows the tremendous promise of wireless HD technology. But we’d hold off on investing till it matures a little. 1

  • Sony Bravia KDL40W4500

    Sony Bravia KDL40W4500

    CNET Rating7.5
    User Rating8.0

    The Sony Bravia KDL40W4500 is a competent television at a good price, and while the picture is proficient it has some problems with movement. 7

  • Samsung UA46B7100

    Samsung UA46B7100

    User Rating5.5

    The Samsung UA46B7100 is a 46-inch LCD television with a bunch of new features including LED-backlighting and MSN internet widgets. 6

  • Toshiba 42XV560A

    Toshiba 42XV560A

    Only a lick of paint separates the Toshiba 42XV550A and the 42XV560A, but do they have the goods to cut it in the wild? 2

  • Samsung LA52A750

    Samsung LA52A750

    CNET Rating7.5
    User Rating9.5

    The Samsung LA52A750 is a largely excellent TV, but t demonstrates some of the disadvantages of large-screen LCDs. 2

  • Sony Bravia KDL40EX1

    Sony Bravia KDL40EX1

    User Rating6.0

    The Sony Bravia KDL40EX1 is the company's "wireless picture frame TV" that also features wireless connectivity, four HDMI ports and a USB port. 1

  • Mitsubishi Electric HC7000

    Mitsubishi Electric HC7000

    The Mitsubishi HC7000 is an LCD-based projector which offers a 1080p resolution and advanced picture processing, and appears to sit at a good price point.



    CNET Rating6.8
    User Rating1.0

    The TEAC LCDV3253HD offers a good deal of features and convenience, but doesn't really offer what we consider more important — performance. 6

  • Kogan 42-inch 1080p LCD TV

    Kogan 42-inch 1080p LCD TV

    CNET Rating7.2
    User Rating3.8

    Kogan's 42-inch panel offers a budget entry point into 1080p Full HD TV, but there are compromises to deal with along the way. 20

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