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Kogan LED55

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the tuner and value for money are generally positive. The image quality and design are also mentioned favorably. Views are divided on the color. Some have doubts about the sound and remote control.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the Kogan LED55 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Kogan LED55 review


Is this 55-inch LED, Freeview HD TV for £750 too good to be true?

Remarkably cheap ; Pictures are bright and contrasty ; Can record to USBs

100Hz engine is below par and can't be turned off ; Issues with backlight consistency ; Colours lack range and nuance ; Skin looks unrealistic

Kogan has certainly unleashed a startling statement of intent with its LED55. Its 55-inch size shows that the brand has the AV ambitions to take on the more established TV brand names, and its lowly price shows that it's prepared to appeal to our wallets.

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Kogan LED55 review


Kogan is a brand you've probably never heard of. Until this 55in LED screen arrived at HCC, we certainly hadn't. Hailing from Australia, Kogan promises bigscreen pics at bargain prices. This set can be yours for just £750, saving a few hundred quid on...

This TV presents itself well. The bezel isn’t as thin as rival products by the likes of Samsung, but overall the LED55 is slim, and the gloss-black design is unobtrusive ; The Kogan’s USB port can be used to timeshift programmes from the in-built...

While the LED55 packs an Ethernet port, this is only there because it’s demanded by the Freeview HD spec. There are no online or media streaming functions available ; The 100Hz processing system introduces some quite noticeable artefacts. My advice is...

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Kogan LED55


A 55in TV from Kogan for £749? Sounds like quite a deal. But surprise surprise, it comes with a few strings attached.

Very affordable for a 55in TV ; USB recording supported ; Images are bright and reasonably dynamic ; Backlight struggles to be consistent

Poor motion processing ; Rather rough colour response

While the Kogan’s onscreen menus are straightforward, though, trawling through them is not. This is because the set’s remote control system is really pretty horrible, with rubbery buttons, a vague layout, and worst of all, a far-too-narrow effective...