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What you spend
to get digital television depends on a lot of
Most of this
category will consist of 26" and under
There are a few value lines where you may be
able to get a 32" on sale for $599. Most
televisions in this price point are
secondary TVs. 37" and under TVs will always
be LCD now, when talking bout flat panels.
Smaller TVs will not have the latest and
greatest on them. They are 720p sets,
usually fewer HDMI inputs, and they are only
In this price range
37" or smaller LCD,
42" or smaller plasma
and 46" or less Digital Projection (DLP).
Again, there will be some value lines in
both (40" in LCD or even a 50" plasma).
These will usually be 720p sets, and are
primarily for the value-minded consumer who
is looking for the BIGGEST TV for their
money. These will not have all the bells and
whistles people are really looking for.
65" in Digital
large assortment of
LCD 52" and smaller.
This will get you a very nice TV and an
assortment of 1080p sets to choose from.
This is where a great deal of consumers end
up. There are some nice models in various
sizes that will give the customer a great
experience. LCDs in this range are still a
little limited in processing speeds (60hz),
but you can pick up a very large projection
DTV if you do not need to hang it on the
wall or a great plasma.
This price range
will primarily be 1080p sets,
58" plasmas or smaller,
52" LCDs with 120hz processing, and
This will cover most consumers' needs for a
primary television. Although many consumers
land between $1200 to $2000, this higher
range really gives them what they need to be
ready for the future - more HDMI inputs to
keep up with new products you will purchase,
better processing speeds (LCD from 60hz to
120hz) that corrects any type shadow effect,
blurring or a digitizing image. They will a
lot of times have a smaller bezel (stand) so
that you can get larger TVs into smaller
This the elite
category. From here you will get the very
This category goes up drastically from about
a $3,400 price point for the top of the line
52" LCD to the very next model - $6,999 for
a 65" LCD. This is truly for the enthusiast
who wants all the latest and greatest and
the biggest they can get. While $3,000 or
lower will cover 95% of all consumers out
there, this is the other 5%.
What to look
for in a digital television
What to look
for in a high definition television
What to look
for in digital television converter box
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