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Top Ten Mid-Range (£500 - £1000) LCD TV's

Discussion in 'Which TV Should I Buy?' started by Smokeycat, Mar 27, 2008.

  1. Smokeycat

    Smokeycat Member

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    According to hdtvorg.co.uk this is the top ten mid-range LCD TV's:-


    01. Philips 32PFL9632D --------- 93%

    02. Panasonic TX32LXD700 ----- 92%

    03. Samsung LE40F86BDX ------ 92%

    04. Panasonic TX-37LZD70F ---- 92%

    05. Panasonic TX-32LXD70 ----- 92%

    06. Samsung LE-40M87BDX ----- 91%

    07. Sony KDL-40D3500 --------- 89%

    08. Sony KDL-40W3000 -------- 89%

    09. Sony KDL-37P3020 --------- 89%

    10. Sony KDL-40V3000 --------- 87%

    What I don't get is the Sony 40D3500 is above the 40V3000 in the ratings.
    Also above the 40W3000.

    Why???

    The Sony 40D3500 is the same as the 40V3000 but has 1 less HDMI port and
    yet it scores 2% more in it's review.



    :eek::eek::eek:
  2. jell935

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    see alterations
  3. Smokeycat

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    It still doesn't explain the above...

    :rolleyes:
  4. jell935

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    All the above set's are on AV forum one way or another,The Daddy as i call it comes highly rated with alot of forum user and many threads on hear feature this as a conparison.Dont judge a book by its cover read the pages..Buy it now..
  5. technoflare

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    I am guessing you are a Sony fan. How many of these TVs have you actually seen. The Philips lag is only an issue for serious gamers. I find my 37 inch version is an outstanding TV, and have no issues with it
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    Well,hd tv org is not the best review site and the most trustworthy if you have a look some review parts are just copy paste!!
  7. technoflare

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    But the Philips range has been given rave reveiw across a few magazines over the last month or two, outscroring the Sony W3000 on one of the groups tests...
  8. spookyelectric

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    If your main uses are freeview and DVD/blu ray then the philips is the one 2 go for.
    Freeview is awsome.
    Games not so good though (slight lag).
  9. jell935

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    Yes iam a Sony fan only due to the fact that on average thay turn out better quality sets in all boxs than most others,If you want an LCD for gaming,freeview,hd and as a :)pc monitor the Sony kdl V3000 is the top's..
  10. jell935

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    You need to hear hard core user comments regarding LCD's not magazines,you dont beleive everythink you read in a mag or a paper do you..
  11. LayLay

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  12. jell935

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    who rattled your cage.:rotfl:

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