Monthly Archives: April 2010

Panasonic TX-L42D25 Review

Ultra-slim LCD TVs with LED sidelighting are nothing too new, but the TX-L42D25 is the first one we’ve reviewed from Panasonic. New for 2010, the D25 series of VIERA LED LCDs features 200hz Intelligent Frame Creation Pro with Backlight Blinking for improved motion resolution, VIERA Cast internet content, and an IPS (In-Plane Switching) type LCD panel, which enables the HDTV ... Read More »

LG 55LX9900/ 47LD950 3D TV Unveiled

LG hosted an AV demonstration event for the press yesterday, showcasing the new LG INFINIA range of flat-screen HDTVs, and the LG 15EL9500 15″ AM-OLED TV. The event was certainly unique, as the chosen environment was a townhouse located in the heart of London (part of the Haymarket Hotel). Each model was placed within a specially selected room, which provided ... Read More »

Sony KDL32EX403 Review

Sony’s TV ranges appear to have undergone a shake-up for 2010. Until recently, their product catalogue showed an escalating number of coded TV series: V-Series, W-Series, X-Series, and so on. This year, though, Sony have categorised all of their displays into one of four ranges: the Network range, Signature range, Cinematic range, and Essential range, to help simplify things. The ... Read More »

LG 42SL9000 / 42SL9500 Review

The company formally known as Lucky Goldstar has come a long way in the recent years. LG was primarily known for producing pocket-friendly electronics but recently, they have expanded their horizons and ventured into the high-end market with an excellent range of products such as these (LG TVs) that fuses art and performance seamlessly. Today, we are reviewing the elegantly ... Read More »

Panasonic TX-L37S20 Review

Panasonic may be better known for its Plasma displays, but the company, perhaps begrudgingly, has more recently built a presence for itself in the LCD TV market. Sharing the same VIERA brand name, Panasonic manufactures LCD displays up to 42 inches in size using IPS (In-Plane Switching) panels. In today for analysis is a Panasonic TX-L37S20, a 37″ display from ... Read More »