The Top 10 HDTVs of 2011

At a Glance

The 46-inch Bravia 46HX820 looks great in either 2D or 3D mode, has a generous array of options, and complements them with gorgeous design.

Price when rated: $2599

Pros

  • Excellent picture quality
  • Beautiful, ultrathin design
  • High-quality audio
  • Excellent picture quality
  • Beautiful, ultrathin design
  • High-quality audio

Cons

  • Big clunky remote
  • Big clunky remote
  • Potentially confusing menu structure
  • Fewer ports than many rival HDTVs offer
  • Potentially confusing menu structure
  • Fewer ports than many rival HDTVs offer
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At a Glance

LG's 47LW6500 passive-3D LED TV offers great image quality and features for the price.

Price when rated: $1899

Pros

  • Excellent feature selection
  • Very good image quality
  • Very good image quality
  • Excellent feature selection
  • Highly competitive price

Cons

  • Minor motion issues
  • Minor motion issues
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At a Glance

The UN46D8000 preserves Samsung's reputation for state-of-the-art technology in a full-featured, 1080p 46-inch set, but it costs more than some very strong rivals.

Price when rated: $2700

Pros

  • Very good color in 3D scenes
  • Outstanding feature selection
  • Top-notch image quality
  • Top-notch image quality
  • Very good color in 3D scenes
  • Outstanding feature selection

Cons

  • Somewhat expensive
  • Minor motion issues
  • Minor motion issues
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