Almost everyone has said goodbye to those old LCD displays and LED displays are ruling the market now. The fact that they have outstanding display features and a really awesome image quality, is making them popular day by day. Today, we have come up with a review of top ten LED TVs; we have ranked them based on features, display quality, USB/HDMI ports availability, customer care center services and most importantly the cost and the Brand. Read the review after the break.
10. TOSHIBA 55SV670U:
Toshiba 55SV670U comes with a screen packed in a nice durable black frame and built-in speakers that line the bottom of the screen. With a good enough refresh rate of 240 Hz, it features a screen that displays each and every detail of anything on the screen. So you can actually expect to clearly watch the ball moving in a table tennis match, rather than only a line shown for the ball’s motion. The supported video inputs are Component, Composite, HDMI and S-Video where as 1080p video formats are best supported.
9. Sharp Aquos Quattron LC-70LE732U:
This 70 inch beauty is surely superior to just any other good quality Plasma Tv. With an exceptionally high picture quality and awesome screen uniformity, the built-in WIFI option is something that makes it more desirable for consumers. If you are one of the type, who loves watching movies on large screens but don’t like projector or plasma screens at the same time, LC-70LE732U is the best alternative. What more, it gives you best picture quality even in the brightest environments.
8. LG Infinia 47LW5600:
LG Infinia 47LW5600 happens to be the best tv, performance wise, both in bright and dark rooms. Equipped with a smart TV internet portal, it comes with a good selection of streaming services; WIFI option is an additional feature which makes it more popular. Apart from primary remote, it also has a secondary motion-sensitive remote that is a very user friendly option, easing control of device. The package includes 4 pairs of non-powered glasses for Passive 3D; its Passive 3D is brighter than active and also safe from the cross-talk issues.
7. LG 55LW9800:
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Like LG Inifinia 47LW5600 this also has minimal cross talk in Passive 3D, is brighter than active 3D and comes with four pairs of 3D glasses. It has excellent color and picture quality and is simply awesome when it comes to shadow detailing. Its TV internet portal provides a built-in Wi-fi streaming and the package includes a “Wii-like secondary remote” as well. It is good with proper handling of sources up to 1080p/24.
6. Samsung UND46D6400:
Among the Samsung LED TV models of 2011, UND46D6400 is the least expensive model that can deliver 3D. This is one of the sleekest models with a very thin bezel, compact design and a styling that one can die for. Having an improved 3D picture quality as compared to its predecessors, it features an exceptionally good video processing. It outnumbers its competetors when it comes to the Smart Hub Internet portal and streaming services.
5. Sony Bravia KDL55NX720:
This is one of the best edge-lit LED based TVs that has a compact and thin design with flush Gloria glass finishing. It not only has excellent colors packed in a uniform screen but can also handle 1080p/24 sources, properly. Additional features include built-in Wi-Fi, Internet suite with several streaming services and a number of widgets. It has a better picture quality than many other LED TVs, so we suggest you to spend some extra bucks and get this beauty home.
4. Samsung UN55D8000:
If any LED TV can provide you an all-picture display, it is Samsung UN55D8000 as Samsung has reduced the size of the frame, that encapsulates the screen, for this very purpose. With functions like excellent video processing, slightly better picture quality in 3D and a Smart Hub Internet portal equipped with streaming services, it also features an easy-to-use Web-browser. The only problem, we found, with this model is the uneven screen uniformity which results in a picture quality not so better than the other models in the same price range.
3. Sharp Elite PRO-60X5FD:
With excellent color details, awesome video processing the Sharp Elite PRO-60X5FD features a panel depth of 3 inches and a bezel width of only 1.25 inches. The remote control measures 9.25 x 2 inches and has three programmable keys for your favorite apps. Additional features include built-in Wi-Fi, active 3D technology, smooth processing, USB connectivity and a glossy finish, to top all.
2. Samsung UN55C8000XFXZA:
Samsung’s UN55C8000 XFXZA has the second highest refresh rate any LED TV can have. This LED TV comes equipped with Wi-Fi and is 3D enabled. It has many awesome applications, including Skype, and supports USB 2.0.
1. Sony Bravia XBR55HX929:
You may be thinking of the best LED TV of 2012, uptil now. Well! It is none other than the sexy stylish Sony Bravia XBR55HX929. The key features which make it matchless, are its exceptionally high refresh rate of 960 Hz and an infinite contrast ratio. It supports 1080/24p (HDMI™ only), 1080/60i, 1080/60p (HDMI™ / Component), 720/60p, 480/60i, 480/60p Video Signals. Moreover, it provides you the control of the device via IR and RS-232 (Serial port). In a nutshell, this beauty really deserves to be on the top of the list.