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Buying a TV is an incredibly complex affair.
If you don’t know your dynamic contrast ratios from your DSPs, your LEDs from your LCDs, or your Hz from your HD, you could end up with an empty wallet and just a poor telly to show for it.
Luckily for you then that MSN Tech reviews TVs comprehensively, and our guide to the top 10 TVs that money can buy is constantly updated.
So click through the gallery for our current top ten countdown…
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Since Philips sold off their TV manufacturing business last week, seems a bit of a waste buying one.
Personally, I'm looking for a fairly simple LCD or LED tv. My present one, a Samsung has given excellent service, but after 5 years there's a bit of shading on the screen that spoils some programmes. I find that comparatively simple tv's do last longer and give less bother, so that'll influence my decision.
I also want a tv that doesn't have a glowing green or blue light that tells me the tv's on.
I usually find the picture's a slight clue!!!
My vote would go for the Hitachi 42" I bought for £349 two years ago (it's currently £399.99 from the same supplier). It has HD, 1080p, Freeview all the other basic stuff.
Picture quality is excellent and even allowing for a 100% write-off today it's so far worked out costing me under 50p a day.