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A closer look at the very best 3D TVs

Buying a new television can be confusing, with many different options available, especially when it comes to gimmicks such as HD and 3D. How do you know if you're making the right choice? In this article we'll take a look at some of the very best 3D TVs on the market.

HD or 3D?

One of the very first things you need to decide is whether you want to go 3D at all! There are pros and cons and it often depends on what sort of person you are. Remember, 3D TVs require the extra strain of wearing specially made glasses and could be seen as somewhat of a novelty with the technology still in its infancy. However, if you want to experience entertainment that reaches a new level, you definitely won't want to miss out!

The most important thing to think about when making your choice is what you are looking for from your television. High Definition 2D televisions haven't been forgotten and in some cases, the clarity of these models can exceed that of the 3D variety - and this is without the extra strain and headaches that 3D glasses can be prone to causing.

However, if you choose correctly, there are plenty of remarkable 3D TVs out there that can ensure your viewing experience will never be the same again.

LG 42LW550T

At around £750, the LG 42LW550T is one of the cheapest 3D TVs currently available, but that doesn't mean it compromises on quality. This 42" screen is great for those on a budget, but can be prone to lagging while gaming.

Philips 46PFL9705H

The Philips 46PFL9705H comes with a host of multimedia extras, including Internet browsing and Perfect Pixel HD. More expensive at closer the £2,000 mark, the 46PFL9705H makes up for its high price with impeccable picture and audio quality.

Panasonic TX-P65VT20B

For those with money to burn, the Panasonic TX-P65VT20B comes in at almost £4,000, yet for that price you get a 65" TV with incredible black level response and far less obvious crosstalk issues.

Ready to take the plunge?

When it comes to the future of 3D TVs, there is a lot of debate about their importance. Some claim that 3D technology is a novelty that will soon die out, whereas others are certain that the extra dimension will soon become a standard feature on televisions up and down the country. For now, it's an expensive luxury, but it's certainly one that is attracting a lot of attention!

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