Kogan TV reviews

We round up a list of all the Kogan LED televisions and LCD televisions we've reviewed in 2010 and 2009

Kogan LED and LCD televisions are cheap alternatives to TVs from big brands like Samsung, Panasonic, Sony and LG. These HDTV sets all display digital television and support HDMI input from Blu-ray players and other devices. With the holidays and Christmas coming up, check out these budget Kogan televisions.

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Kogan Elite 100Hz LED32

The Kogan Elite 100Hz LED32 LED television is a great choice if you're looking for a mid-sized LED television with good picture quality but don't want to spend too much. It isn't as polished as Samsung or Sony's LED televisions when it comes to controls or power consumption, but otherwise it is a solid performer.

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  • 4th Nov., 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Kogan
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  • Reasonable price, good image quality when playing Blu-ray or high-definition content, great feature-set for a budget TV
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  • Interface is inferior to big brands' offerings, remote control can be initially confusing, comparatively high power consumption

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John P

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Just Bought a Kogan 3D TV their is too much motion blur when somebody on the screen moved Had to send it back Terrible tv

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