Top 10 3D Televisions (LCD HDTV)

3DTVs tend to be the best performing HDTVs period, 'cause the set has to scream to deliver awesome images to each eyeball separately. Well, these are the best 3DTVs around, as recommended by

  • Samsung PN50A760
The Samsung PN50A760 ($ 790) is a 50-inch plasma television with a high-end feature set. Although plagued by many of the issues that challenge plasma televisions like high power consumption and a low maximum brightness the Samsung PN50A760 offers a certain amount of style, solid performance in many of our test and extras like internet connectivity.

  • Sony Bravia KDL-52XBR9

The Bravia KDL-52XBR9 ($ 2999) is the top of the line inthe XBR range from Sony; this 52-inch LCD HDTV had the best performance we've ever seen in many of our tests, including the deepest blacks and brightest whites. Plus, it includes support for Yahoo widgets and can stream video from a number of sources (including YouTube and Amazon video).

  • Samsung LN46A750
Priced at around $1900, the LN46A750 is a mid-range 46-inch LCD TV. But it's definitely not mid-range in performance terms; we were very impressed with the image quality and the features that this stylish TV offers.

  • Samsung UN46C7100

The Samsung UN46C7100 ($2699 MSRP) is a slight variation on the C7000 series, which is the least expensive of the 2010 Samsungs to offer 3D display. This step-up model includes an upgraded sound system and two pairs of 3D glasses, not found on the C7000s.


The Vizio SV470XVT is an entry-level 47-inch LCD HDTV. Available for around $1400 it sports some high-end features like 120Hz refresh rate.

  • Sony Bravia XBR-52HX909

The Sony XBR-52HX909 ($ 3699) is Sony's top-of-the-line 3D HDTV and it shows. The TV had incredible picture quality overall, and while it's 3D experience wasn't perfect, it was definitely better than other Sony TVs we've seen and compared very favorably to other manufacturers' high-end 3D models.

  • VIZIO M470NV

The Vizio M470NV ($ 1007) is a fairly basic internet-capable LED LCD. The TV lets you access Vizio's online content either through a wired connection or via its built-in 802.


The Vizio XVT553SV ($2199 MSRP) is a pleasant surprise from the normally budget-oriented manufacturer. It's a good television, and what's even more surprising – it's a pretty cool television, too.


The $1499 Vizio SV471XVT is an update to the SV470XVT, which was one of last years top performers. And this new display is very similar, with the addition of a USB port.

  • LG 55LE5400

The LG 55LE5400 ($2699) seems expensive, but that's an awful lot of screen for the money. The color performance on this 55-inch LED-backlit TV is outstanding, among the best we've seen in some time.