3D TVs

Over the past few of years, 3D televisions have been attracting quite a lot of attention and quite rightly so. 3D television screens are capable of displaying 3D content by displaying two images at the same time. However, in order to view these images 3D watchers need to wear a pair of special 3D glasses in order to fuse these two images together.

However, 3D televisions are not only restricted to displaying 3D content. Indeed, you can watch regular 2D shows and films on a 3D television. Furthermore, some 3D television models are capable of converting 2D programs into 3D for an even more immersive viewing experience.


Sony is often a popular choice for the 3D TVs as they have a range of screen sizes to suit every living room.

Top 3 Sony 3D TVs

  • Sony Bravia KDL42W805A: 42”, HD, 3D, Smart TV and Freeview
  • Sony Bravia KDL47W805A: 47”, 3D, Smart TV and Freeview
  • Sony Bravia KDL55W905A: 55” 3D, Smart TV and Freeview


Sony Bravia KDL42W805A Sony Bravia KDL47W805A Sony Bravia KDL55W905A


Back in 2010 Samsung launched the world’s first 3D TV and have gone on to produce an excellent range of 3D TVs.

Top 3 Samsung 3D TVs

  • Samsung UE75F8000: 75”, HD, 3D, Freeview and Freesat
  • Samsung UE40F6320: 40”, HD, 3D, Freeview and Smart TV
  • Samsung UE40F6500: 40”, HD, 3D, Freeview, Freesat and Smart TV


Samsung UE75F8000Samsung UE40F6320Samsung UE40F6500






LG have a fantastic collection of 3D TVs, many of which include 2D to 3D conversion.

Top 3 LG 3D TVs

  • LG 47LA620V: 47”, 3D, Smart TV and Freeview
  • LG 47LA690V: 47”, 3D, Smart TV and Freeview
  • LG 50PH660V: 50”, 3D, Smart TV and Freeview


LG 47LA620VLG 47LA690VLG 50PH660V