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LG 42PC55

While the LG 42PC55 does everything we would expect of a modern flat-panel television, the picture and sound quality let it down

LG 55EF9500

If you have the money and want 55-inch or 65-inch TV today, you should buy the LG EF9500.

LG 65EF9500

If you have the money and want 55-inch or 65-inch TV today, you should buy the LG EF9500.

LG 65EG9600

The incredibly expensive OLED-powered LG EG9600 series delivers the best picture quality we've ever tested.

LG 42PX5D

LG's 42PX5D is an attractive, affordable, large-screen plasma with a future-proof specification that includes high-definition compatibility, integrated digital TV and various memory-card applications. Its functionality could be less fussy and its image quality is occasionally compromised, but you'll struggle to find a better price-to-performance ratio

Samsung C750 LE46C750

The 46-inch Samsung LE46C750 LCD TV might not be able to compete with LED screens when it comes to style, but it largely holds its own in the picture-quality department and even produces good results with 3D content.

LG 32LG5000

A good TV -- it's not going to set the world alight with its special features, but it does offer sturdy picture performance alongside great sound. It's perfect for people looking for a simple TV that's both easy to use and able to display video from a wide variety of sources

LG 42PQ6000

The LG 42PQ6000's performance with high-definition content won't blow you away. That's not to say it's bad -- it's just that the lack of 1080p resolution means Blu-ray movies don't have the impact they could have. But we still utterly love this TV. The overall picture quality is excellent, the user interface is logical, friendly and attractive, and the price tag is relatively recession-friendly. The 42PQ6000 is a real winner and we wouldn't hesitate to recommend it

LG 22LU4000

LG hasn't forgotten to put some quality behind the 22LU4000's glamorous exterior. Its pictures are some of the best we've seen in the small-screen TV market, and it's got tonnes of features to play with too. It's just a shame the swanky design seems to have led to sound-quality compromises

LG OLED77W7P

The LG W7 series TV strips television's form to the bare minimum but still delivers the world-beating picture quality of OLED.

LG OLED65W7P

The LG W7 series TV strips television's form to the bare minimum but still delivers the world-beating picture quality of OLED.

LG 42LM670T

The 42-inch LG 42LM670T looks stunning, thanks to its frameless design. It also has excellent Internet and multimedia features, produces great quality pictures and delivers a strong 3D performance. It's not quite as good at teasing out detail in darker scenes as some of its rivals, but overall, it's a very accomplished TV.

LG 60PF95

The size means this television isn't for everyone, but the LG Chocolate TV delivers an utterly amazing picture when connected to a high-definition source, and its £3,500 price tag doesn't seem too extortionate when compared to rivals from Panasonic and Pioneer

LG LU7000 22LU7000

The LG 22LU7000 is as eye-catching as it is practical. Such is its convenience, in fact, that we suspect many people seeking a secondary TV will be happy to overlook its occasional picture flaws

LG 32LH5000

LG has worked its usual magic with the 32LH5000, in that it delivers a fearsome on-paper specification for a relatively inexpensive price. But, while the set sports useful features galore, a couple of key failings stop it from hitting the performance heights of some of its peers

LG 55LM760T

There's more to the LG 55LM760T than its impressive looks, including a line-up of smart apps and excellent passive 3D performance. That said, black levels could be better, and when used in a dimly lit room, I could see backlight pooling in all four corners of the screen.

LG 47LM960V

It's not cheap, but the 47-inch LG 47LM960V is a beautiful TV that delivers great pictures and audio alongside class-leading smart TV features.

LG 55LM660T

Despite a few minor flaws, the LG 55LM660T is a very impressive TV. Its no-bezel design looks gorgeous, 2D and 3D images are cracking and there's a wealth of features and smart TV apps. If you're in the market for a 55-inch LED TV, then this should be high on your list.