Competition is fierce in the TV market. At any given time, there are dozens of models to choose from, and they come in a range of different sizes. Our detailed TV reviews will help you pick the best TV for your budget.
Our testing procedure is very similar to the one we use for videoprojectors, because our measurements are taken using the same video analysis software: the HCFR colormeter. It lets us asses the brightness, depth of blacks, colour space, RGB levels, colour temperature, saturation and gamma curve. We also do practical tests for things like HD movie rendering, gaming, TV playback... the list goes on. These help complement our purely technical measurements and they give us a better idea of how well the TV upscales SD video content, or what its viewing angles are like.
How can you be sure what to buy when there are so many models to choose from? Below you'll find all of our TV reviews, and you can use the search tool on the left to narrow down your choice. If you want to go even quicker, you can also check out our Buyer's Guide to see our current pick of the best models on the market for all budgets.
Why so many models?
There's a very simple answer to that: 46" TVs are the cut-off point between the entry-level and high-end models. The cheapest TVs, which start at around 26'', often also come in larger sizes up to around 40'' or 42''. And the best TVs tend to range from 40" to 65". As a result, TV manufacturers have declared the 40" to 55" range their primary battleground.
Here you'll find both the big-name TVs and a number of smaller-name models. Take a look below to get started.