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LCD TV : Research before you buy

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Consumer LCD TV information on the top LCD TVs on the market today. Including the top LG, Samsung, Sony, Sharp,Panasonic LCD TV models available today.

Sleek, stylish, and now inexpensive. LCD TVs are now the highest selling TV product. Unlike bulking and expensive tube TVs, and old, large bulky projection TVs LCD TVs integrate seamlessly into the modern home.

Consumer LCD TV information on the top LCD TVs on the market today. Including the top LG, Samsung, Sony, Sharp,Panasonic LCD TV models available today.

Sleek, stylish, and now inexpensive. LCD TVs are now the highest selling TV product. Unlike bulking and expensive tube TVs, and old, large bulky projection TVs LCD TVs integrate seamlessly into the modern home.

Rule #1: Don't trust the view in the store

Never, NEVER buy a TV based on what it looks like in a shop UNLESS it has been set up correctly. Ask them whether the TV has been ISF calibrated. If it hasn't, ask why not and how it has been set up. Frankly, there is no excuse for not correctly calibrating a display TV. How are you supposed to make a purchasing decision on something which costs hundreds/thousands of pounds without being able to adequately judge its performance? It's like being asked to test drive a car in first gear only.

OLED TVs

Should you wait for OLED TVs to come out? Of course not. Find out why OLEDs won't be in your home any time soon... read more

Find out whether you should choose a plasma versus a LCD TV, and take a look at using an LCD TV as a Monitor.

Confused by all of the LCD TV wall mounts? Read our overview here.

The LCD TV price freefall continues
23% price drops on Black friday weekend alone. Find out why prices are expected to keep dropping. That makes an over 40% drop in the last 14 months.

LCD TV Price Fixing
CPT (Chunghwa Picture Tubes), LG and Sharp have alll agreed to plead guilty in the US Justice Dept. antitrust probe for price fixing. The total charge is a steep $585 million. Here is how it worked: