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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Soniq QSL400XT

If you want full high definition without breaking the bank, Soniq's QSL400XT LCD TV could be the ticket. Boasting a 1080p resolution and an assortment of inputs, this television will work well by itself or with a entry- to mid-range sound system.

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  • 10th Feb., 2010
  • James Hutchinson
  • Soniq
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  • Pros:
  • Inexpensive, 1080p resolution, plenty of inputs, displays a sharp image
  • Cons:
  • Poor contrast ratio, struggles with fast-paced games, could do with more audio presets

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