Top 5 HD TVs

9/7/2012 6:08:39 PM

Despite either less remarkable features or designs, Plasma TVs are still superior to LED TVs in visual quality.

In our list of top 5 HDTVs at present, 4 of them are Plasma models. Only one LED representative is Sharp Elite Pro-X5FD.

Here are top 5 HD TVs until now.

1.     Panasonic VT50

Description: Panasonic VT50

Panasonic VT50

VT50, with Plasma screen and from Samsung, leads the chart. Its visual quality is marked fascinating and able to display deep blacks, like legendary Kuro models of Pioneer, with accurate and vivid colors. Additionally, this TV has a very wide viewing angle. For us, visual quality of VT50 can compete with latest OLED TVs on the market.

2.     Sharp Elite Pro-X5FD

Description: Sharp Elite Pro-X5FD is the only LED model.

Sharp Elite Pro-X5FD is the only LED model.

The only LED model of this list is Elite Pro-X5FD, from Sharp. However, its ratings reach 10/10, like VT50 of Panasonic. Pro-X5FD even shows surprisingly deeper blacks than Plasma Kuro models or its rival VT50. Problems, such as backlight spreading and limited viewing angle, are also solved.

3.     Panasonic ST50

Description: Panasonic ST50

Panasonic ST50

Not superior as VT50, the brother model ST50 has a quite amazing display relating to its price so it has no rivals. This Panasonic’s model is able to display far deeper images than last year’s Plasma models. Besides, reproduced colors are specially accurate and vibrant while visual quality is good even in normal lighting.

4.     Samsung Plasma E6500

Description: Instead, Samsung E8000, we chose Samsung E6500.

Instead, Samsung E8000, we chose Samsung E6500.

Instead, E8000 (superior model having more features), we chose E6500 and it is Samsung’s model in this list. It is capable of displaying details, even in shades, in bright lightning. Besides, the fashionably slim design helps this model achieve a rank in this list.

5.     Panasonic GT50

Description: Panasonic GT50

Panasonic GT50

Surprisingly, Panasonic has 3 models chosen and GT50 is the final one. According to market segment, GT50 is under ST50 and VT50 though it visual quality is not much less. This model can perform well in bright lighting with high contrast resulting in deeper images and accurate colors. However, it’s a downside that the model considerably consumes energy.


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