Excerpt: If there’s one area of TV manufacture where Samsung has established itself as a front runner, it’s perceived value. Take this UE40D5520. It’s a touch more expensive than its Sony and LG rivals, but it looks svelte and modern where the Sony KDL-40CX523 looks dated, and it’s bang on the money, spec-wise. The lack of 3D support might drive some into the arms of LG’s 42PW450 , but in every other respect the Samsung is the most accomplished sub-£1000 screen we've tested.
Excerpt: While Samsung might like to shout loudest about its flagship TVs, it's actually the brand's mid to lower-range models that have most helped propel Samsung to the top of the TV sales pile. And with good reason, for over the past three or four years its mid-range 5 and 6 series models such as the UE37D5000 and the LE40C650 have consistently set new value-for-money standards, especially at the 40 to 46-inch sizes.