Top five TVs - July 2011

The five best TVs we've reviewed in 2011 so far

If you're buying a TV, there are a lot to choose from. Of all the TVs we've looked at in the last seven months, we've taken the liberty of picking out five that stand out the most in terms of quality, value or design. This is our top TVs roundup for July 2011.

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Sony BRAVIA KDL-55HX925

The Sony BRAVIA HX925 is Sony's top TV, and as you'd expect it's crammed full of class-leading features. We can't fault its picture quality when displaying 1080p high definition video, and it also does a reasonably good job of upscaling DVD content. The internal TV tuner is OK but external options offer better quality. We think its design is great, but the stand is slightly unsteady and the screen is painfully glossy.

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  • 25th July, 2011
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Sony
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  • Pros:
  • Excellent detail and colour vibrance in default settings
  • Great design
  • Cons:
  • Screen is very, very glossy
  • It's expensive


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