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LG 42-inch LH50YD LCD TV - One Step Closer To The Movies

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  • Conclusion: LG still has room to improve if they're serious about going all out against the bigger guns. They might have to take their TV's design back to the drawing board if need be. Shortcomings such as a hard-to-reach side panel or subpar noise reduction features aren't going to sit well with anyone.
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LG's LED-backlit Beauty - The 42-inch SL90 series TV

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  • Conclusion: Now that LG has chosen to enter the fray, you can be sure that competition in the LED arena would most definitely heat up. This 42-incher has proven itself in most ways, given its display mettle. It also sports an exquisite finishing with its all-glass furnishing.
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Sony Bravia KDL – 46HX850 HDTV

  • Conclusion: Despite a few rough edges with the remote, the search options, and the ports, the Sony KDL-46HX850 offers good value for the price. Its picture quality is very good, its built-in speakers are great, and its connected features are among the best we’ve seen.
  • Pros: Picture exhibits very good sharpness and detail; excellent built-in speakers; impressive selection of internet sources; built-in help menus
  • Cons: Difficult to access some ports; poorly designed remote control
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Sony Bravia 50W800C 50-inch HD Android TV - Droids on Film

  • Excerpt: Google's Android TV operating system was announced well over a year ago, but Sony's 50W800C is one of the very to make it to Australian shores. I can't blame TV manufacturers such as LG and Samsung for not jumping on the bandwagon themselves - they clearly want to foster their own operating systems...
  • Pros: Android TV, Great design, Good picture quality after you've tweaked settings
  • Cons: Android TV has a few odd quirks, Subpar viewing angles, You'll need to tweak picture settings a bit for the best results
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LG 65EC970T 65-inch Curved Ultra HD OLED TV - $10,000 well spent

  • Excerpt: The problem with LG's 65-inch 65EC970T Ultra HD OLED TV is that it makes me want to spend $10,000 I don't have on a TV I don't need. The 65EC970T is LG's foray into combining OLED technology with 4K resolution in a single television.
  • Pros: Amazing contrast and image quality, Great upscaler, Beautiful design
  • Cons: I don't have $10,000 to buy this TV, Menus are a little bit laggy, 4K isn't as big a jump as standard definition to 1080p
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