Best LCD TVs

The top non-LED LCD TVs we've tested from Kogan, Sony, Hisense, Soniq and Toshiba

If you're buying a television on a budget, chances are you won't be able to afford an LED-backlit LCD or plasma panel. Regular LCD televisions can still deliver great picture quality and have useful inbuilt features, at a fraction of the price of newer technologies. Here's a list of our favourite LCD televisions from brands like Kogan, Sony, Hisense, Soniq and Toshiba.

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Toshiba Regza 52XV600A

Toshiba's mid-range LCD panel is a competent offering with some useful picture-enhancing features. It's too expensive at its recommended retail price, but if you can find it cheaper than this then it may be worth picking up.

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  • 20th Jan., 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Toshiba
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  • Pros:
  • Good dynamic contrast, clean upscaling
  • Cons:
  • High power usage compared to LED TVs, high recommended retail price

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