LG TV reviews

All our LG 3D, LED and plasma TV reviews from 2010 in one place

LG makes 3D TVs, plasma TVs and LED TVs just like Sony, Panasonic, Samsung, and Sharp — except they're cheaper. LG has always been a budget brand but its televisions are packed full of features and high quality components, making them a great choice if you're strapped for cash.

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LG 50PX950

LG's 50PX950 is one of the best plasma televisions we've had the chance to look at. It's big, relatively cheap, has excellent picture quality and some great included features like video on demand and 2D-to-3D conversion. It's easily the equal of Samsung's Series 7 3D plasma for 2D video and it beats it when it comes to Internet features, although its 3D implementation is slightly inferior.

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  • 17th Nov., 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • LG
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  • Great black levels and vibrant colour, LG's usual excellent video-on-demand implementation
  • Cons:
  • 3D effect is mediocre and has occasional visual flaws, glossy front panel catches some reflections
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