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HDTVs Price Guide

Submitted by on October 2, 2011 – 12:22 amNo Comment | 5,109 views

HDTV Price Guide
Now it’s time for you to purchase that HDTV but you’ll need to know what you’re going to be paying and that means you’ll need some sort of price guide won’t you?

Since there are many manufacturers of these devices the prices will be competitive and you’ll have to study what you’re paying for and why. Sometimes there is a glut to the market and prices drop, other times manufacturers run out and prices rise. Features, size, resolution, compatibility with other systems, brand name all are part of what the prices will be.

2011 HDTV Price Trend

LCD and LED Price Trend in 2011

An LG 32LK330 is going to cost around $310 whereas a Samsung 40” 1080p can go for $567. The other Samsung a big 60” 1080p 240Hz 3D LED will fetch $2,200 or more. That’s the big step up as this type of set is what the kids and everyone wants to watch movies and play video games. It’s sure that the next step up will be more 3D technology HDTV and prices may rise for the new sets but drop for standard set. A 50” Panasonic FullHD at 1080p will go for almost $770. Toshiba has 32” LCD HDTV for as low as $300 at some discount sites. The Sharp AQUOS 60” 3D LED unit will call for just over $2,000 and it’s loaded for bear. Panasonic Viera 3D Plasma TV will cost almost $1,500. The Sony Bravia 55” 3D LED TV would cost you about $1,800.

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As you can see, size, type of technology, options are what determines the cost of today’s HDTVs. You need to study up on the details to make sure you’re getting your money’s worth. Like other technologies these companies will add whatever they can to get your attention and money. That’s not a bad thing however as these companies have to be on their toes to the latest changes in entertainment and peripherals like mentioned before about video game consoles and who knows what new change in entertainment technology there might be. Take for instance the Bose VideoWave Entertainment System. It incorporates the Bose Wave technology which is a 46” CCFL-backlit set. That set is top of the line and can cost over $5,000. Why? Because it’s a combination of several top technologies and proprietary at that. The other companies like Samsung, Vizio, LG, Panasonic, Mitsubishi, Toshiba and more all want to put as much cool stuff in their HDTVs as they know the public is going to buy them and spend good money to get them.

So take into account what you’ll be paying for in regard to HDTV. You’re paying for technological innovation, brand name, support, size, compatibility. The big name brands will be the most expensive but it doesn’t have to be so. You need to shop around as some stores might be overstocked or trying to get rid of older models for newer. Wholesale differs from one store to another and there are deals where if you buy one set you may get a discount on another. Shopping and comparing prices and bonuses can really save you money and headache.

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