Fifty inch for 800 euros Round-up – Five HDTVs do battle




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The end of the year is fast approaching and with that means for many people that something extra pay is going to come in the form of a year-end bonus. If you want to use that money for a new TV, then you face a difficult decision, because the supply is very large. With this round-up, we try to make the choice easier.

For the last round-up we watched televisions around five hundred euros, with a screen size of around 46 inches. This time we choose to spend some more money, more than eight hundred euros, and we go for a bigger buddy: 50 inches. Because not every manufacturer makes screens in this size and we did not want to move to the big screen, we also have two 47 “models included in our test. We have chosen not to associate professor TVs, but just for HD, because it is likely even years before associate professor established. In addition, a 50 “screen is actually too small to extra detail that offers associate professors to see well.

The TVs in this round-up, the 47 “-LG LB730V, which at the time of writing for about 760 euros is in the Pricewatch, 50” -Panasonic Viera TX-50AS650E, which costs about 800 euros, the 47 “- Philips PFK7109, which should yield about 750 euros, the 50 “-Samsung UE50H6400AW for about 780 euros, and the 50” KDL–Sony 50W805B which varies for 770 euro owner.

All models are equipped with smart TV, and the model of LG after all, they can also display 3D, with Panasonic and Philips use passive glasses, and Sony and Samsung use active glasses. The model Philips at the sides with Ambilight LEDs that their colored light behind the TV on the wall shine.


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