Top five 3D TVs - July 2011

The five best 3D TVs out in Australia in 2011 so far

If you're a 3D junkie, but haven't picked out a TV yet, you're spoilt for choice. Each manufacturer has at least a dozen 3D TVs to pick from — but don't worry. We've rounded up what we think are the five best 3D TVs available in Australia so far in 2011. After buying one of these, all you'll need are some 3D Blu-ray movies.

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Sony KDL-46HX820

Sony’s high-end HX820 BRAVIA LCD TV uses a great LCD panel and can look excellent after adjusting the picture to suit the room it’s in. Some of its Web features fall flat, like the Web browser -- which isn’t as easy to use as Samsung’s -- but the built-in video-on-demand services are diverse and offer plenty of content.

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  • 30th May, 2011
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Sony
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  • Pros:
  • Great picture quality once adjusted
  • Deep black levels
  • Video-on-demand selection is diverse
  • Cons:
  • Requires some picture adjustment to look its best
  • Some Internet features aren’t easy to use
  • Front glass is very reflective

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