Best 42" or 46" for less than £1500 ???

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  1. skyplusquery

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    Having just been let down with the failure of my 42WLT66 - bought in 2006 - due to the dreaded vertical line problem (well documented elsewhere) - I am expecting that I will shortly be looking for a new TV. I have been out of the loop for the last 2 years or so (was very happy with the Toshiba) - so I'm not sure what the current "best buys" are.

    Last time I just had a personal preference for LCD over Plasma as the colours seemed more vivid, plus the risk of Plasma screen burn put me off (not sure if this is still the case).

    So - simple question - which current models / or ones due out soon are the most rated? Probably looking at 42" minimum - or 46" - though anything more is probably going to be too big I would guess.

    Also - do the larger LCD panels (particularly Toshiba) still have potential vertical shadow line manufacturing problems?
     
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    you should READ a little !!! but here is the 2 years you missed:

    best 40"+ LCD's are:
    sony w4000/4500/
    sony z4500
    samsung series 6 and 8
    and maybe toshiba ZF series

    but the overall best is probably plasma panasonic:
    lz800 then lz85 then lz80....

    the best flat panel in the world being the pioneer kuro 500A/5090

    hope this helped:D
     
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    Pioneer KRL-46V comes in at under £1500. I'd certainly take a look at it.
     

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