A review of the top 5, 50"+ LCD Televisions - 2011
by Steve Macrie firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are planning to buy an LCD TV, it is natural to go for the best. But there are lots of them to choose from and it is not easy at all to decide which one is the finest. The following are the top 5 52 inch LCD televisions, in our opinion, which can help you determine which TV set is the right one for you.
This is a popular TV with a trendy design. It has a black frame finish with a dash of red and it boast of a superb picture quality with a 120 Hz refresh rate which greatly reduces haziness. This HDTV includes greater scanning lines than any other televisions in its category which makes for an outstanding TV-watching experience. Its numerous features include a built-in ATSC, QAM and NTSC tuners for broadcast TV. The connectivity ports are plenty with 1 Ethernet, 2 A/V, 1 PC input, 2 component ports, 4 HDMI, 2 RF antenna, 2 S-video ports. Watching MPEG movies or viewing JPEG photos are possible through the USB port provided. This TV comes with 10 watts built-in speakers for that surround sound. It is priced at over $2000.
Sharp Aquos LC52D64U
This 52-inch HDTV is another great product from Sharp. With its 10,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, it can guarantee admirable smooth pictures with vibrant colours. One of the best features of this TV is that it can automatically adjust to best possible settings corresponding to the amount of light in the room. It features DLNA support for connectivity to various devices and numerous options include: 1 Ethernet, 3 HDMI, 2 components, 2 A/V inputs, 1 PC input, 2 RF antenna inputs, 2 S-video and a headphone jack. HDMI-CEC is also provided to control other devices remotely. It is packaged in a slim chic design and is priced at around $1300.
Sony Bravia KDL-52XBR9
This Sony Bravia model is the best compared to the earlier models in the series. This model offers an astonishing refresh rate of 240 Hz which makes for fluid motion even while playing games. This Sony Bravia model presents the latest in color and backlighting technology with a 100,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio which produces deep and vibrant colours. Connectivity option to other devices are plentiful which includes: 4 HDMI ports, 1 PC input, 2 component ports, 1 composite, 1 USB, 1 S-video and 1 Ethernet port. There are also built-in NTSC, QAM and ATSC tuners for broadcast TV. Virtual surround sound is provided by means of 2 built-in 10 watts speakers. This HDTV from Sony is priced at over $3000.
Toshiba REGZA Cinema Series 52XV545U
This 52-inch set from Toshiba has a full support for 1080p high definition footage. The 120 Hz refresh rate ensures a smooth action that will not be spoiled by blurs. It has a built-in ATSC, QAM and NTSC tuners for broadcast TV. It has a built-in ATSC, QAM and NTSC tuners for broadcast TV. One of the great features of this set is that it is able to enhance non-high definition inputs. Its connectivity options include: 4 HDMI ports, 2 components, 1 PC input, 1 optical audio out and 1 analog audio out. It is HDMI-CEC capable that permits other connected devices to be controlled remotely. If you opt for this set, it will cost you around $2000.
The performance of this model from Philips is excellent and it offers a wide range of features. It has full support for 1080p high definition perfect for playing games on any gaming console or watching Blu-rays. It also has 33,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio for that fantastic vivid color. A 120 Hz refresh rate guarantees a fluid motion without any blur. Connection option for this TV is rather limited which only include: 3 HDMI ports, 1 S-video, 2 components and 1 USB port. This set is good but it is somewhat costly. It is priced at over $2000.
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