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RCA HDLP50W151 Review

  • It offers DLP technology at a very affordable…
  • Blacks could be a little bit darker
Our Score 9
User Score 5

Mitsubishi WD-57831 Review

  • Excellent picture quality; plenty of inputs; solid…
  • Somewhat pricey
Our Score 9
User Score 5

Samsung KN55S9C review

  • Perfect black levels
  • Excellent brightness
  • Wide color space
  • Movie preset exhibits excellent performance
  • Decent on-board sound
  • “Timeless arena” frame/stand eats up space
  • Cinema Smooth feature dims image somewhat
  • Extreme off-axis viewing exposes anti-glare…
Our Score 9
User Score 0

Samsung UN60ES8000 Review

  • Brilliant, bright picture
  • Excellent black levels
  • Superb color accuracy
  • Gorgeous design
  • Upgradable hardware
  • Some light bleed from edges
  • Poor off-axis performance
  • Merciless with low-quality sources
Our Score 9
User Score 8

Sony Bravia XBR-46HX929 Review

  • Amazing black level and contrast
  • Super bright white levels
  • Slick, flat panel with darkened, anti-glare glass
  • Built-in Wi-Fi, plenty of Internet apps.
  • Quick network media access
  • Backlit remote
  • Oddly placed RS-232 jack adds unnecessary depth
  • 3D glasses not included
  • Expensive
Our Score 9
User Score 0

Sony Bravia KDL-55NX810 Review

  • Stunning Picture
  • Ultra-thin bezel
  • Built-in Wi-Fi/ and Internet Video
  • Impressive video processing
  • Highly reflective screen
  • 3D technology still buggy
Our Score 9
User Score 0

Mitsubishi WS-55819 Review

  • Great detail and color
  • No Automatic Convergence
Our Score 9
User Score 0

Philips 17PF9945 Review

  • Can double as a computer monitor
  • can be hung on the wall
  • You cannot watch TV while actively on the computer…
  • no picture-in-picture
Our Score 9
User Score 7

Editor TV Reviews

At this point, buying a new television feels like car shopping. There are myriad makes, models, shapes, and sizes, each armed with varying flavors of difficult-to-understand technology, and it's all being explained to you by a salesman with one eye on his commission and the other on another customer. Plus, some of the most exciting TVs on the market are priced like mid-size sedans. That means you need to be as well informed about this stuff as you are about your vehicle purchases, and that's where we come in. We understand the difference between LED, 4K, OLED, and every other TV-related acronym. We sacrifice our retinas staring at test patterns and test-driving models so you don't have to. We explain all the techno-babble in plain English so, when you're confronted by the aforementioned salesman, you can say, "Thanks kid, but I've got this.

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