Top rated 3D TVs: September 2011

If 3D is your thing, check out our reviews of these top rated 3D LED and plasma TVs from the last year.

September has come and gone, so we're rounding up our top 3D TV reviews from the last year until the end of September 2011.

55" 3D LED TV with PVR

1. Kogan 55" 3D LED TV with PVR

Kogan's debut 3D TV is cheaper than its competitors, although we'll likely see prices become closer around Christmas. It's not quite equal when it comes to either 2D or 3D picture quality, but given it's at least $500 cheaper we ...
Review Date: 5th Oct., 2011
RRP: $ 1,579.00
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Series 7 (PS58C7000)

2. Samsung Series 7 (PS58C7000) 3D plasma TV

The Samsung Series 7 (PS50C7000) plasma is very nearly the best television we've tested. It's got an excellent design and generally great picture quality, only falling short in overall black levels. 3D is handled well but there are still a ...
Review Date: 27th Dec., 2010
RRP: $ 3,499.00
Series 8 (PS59D8000)

3. Samsung Series 8 (PS59D8000) 3D plasma TV

The 2011 edition of Samsung's Series 8 plasma is, as we'd expected, an impressive piece of technology. Its sound and visuals are great, and the inclusion of various 'Smart TV' features makes the Series 8 a useful multimedia device as ...
Review Date: 13th May, 2011
RRP: $ 3,499.00
Editor's Choice

4. LG 50PX950 3D plasma television

LG's 50PX950 is one of the best plasma televisions we've had the chance to look at. It's big, relatively cheap, has excellent picture quality and some great included features like video on demand and 2D-to-3D conversion. It's easily the equal ...
Review Date: 17th Nov., 2010
RRP: $ 2,249.00
Editor's Choice

5. Sony BRAVIA KDL-55HX925 3D LED TV

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 ...
Review Date: 25th July, 2011
RRP: $ 4,499.00
Editor's Choice
Series 8 (UA55D8000)

6. Samsung Series 8 (UA55D8000) 3D LED TV

The Samsung Series 8 (UA55D8000) 3D LED TV is one of the best panels on the market for watching Full HD content. The level of detail it can display from a high quality source is excellent. It's also packed full ...
Review Date: 16th June, 2011
RRP: $ 4,699.00
Editor's Choice


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 ...
Review Date: 30th May, 2011
RRP: $ 2,999.00
Editor's Choice

8. LG 50PZ950 3D plasma TV

The Infinia 50PZ950 has very good image quality and an excellent array of features, but this 50-inch plasma set needs built-in Wi-Fi and a better setup guide.
Review Date: 23rd Sept., 2011
RRP: $ 1,749.00

9. LG 47LW6500 Cinema 3D LED TV

The LG 47LW6500 has a high quality panel that's able to display good quality video in 2D mode with plenty of visible detail. LG's stand-out approach to 3D, in its passive Cinema 3D panels, is smoother and less troublesome than ...
Review Date: 11th July, 2011
RRP: $ 2,499.00
Editor's Choice

10. Sharp LC60LE925X 3D LED TV

The Sharp LC60LE925X 3D LED TV has excellent picture quality, with a clean and detailed picture that has a wide range of contrast. It doesn't have the same modern styling as Samsung's Series 7 3D LED TVs, but it's definitely ...
Review Date: 11th Jan., 2011
RRP: $ 5,999.00

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