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      Getting HD TVs (LCD, LED, and Plasma) Deals

      Before the deals, let's understand the nature of HDTVs and what's available. Large flat screen HDTVs have become one of the most desired and purchased pieces of consumer electronics, and for good reason - they look better externally than old-style tube sets and have better picture, use less energy and weigh significantly less. Knowing which brand, type, and size to purchase isn't straightforward, but that's what we're here to help you with.

      Deciding which HDTV to buy has a lot to do with the size and light levels of your room. If your room is large and dark, you may opt for a projector, as you'll get the most screen for your buck that route. If your room is very bright, you'll want a brighter HDTV so the picture isn't washed out by sunlight.

      LCD/LED or Plasma?

      Plasma holds the edge in contrast ratio and refresh rate, and for a long time, it was the only way you could get an HDTV over 42 inches. Now LCD panel technology has begun to eclipse the Plasma market, especially as LED backlighting becomes better and allows for thinner screens with lower energy demands. With LCD/LED sets up to a 480Hz refresh rate, they hold their own against Plasma sets in terms of fast motion performance, use less energy, and perform better in environments with lots of light.

      What About Projectors?

      If you have a large dark room, by all means consider a projector. While bulb life is significantly shorter than LCD or Plasma life with bulbs often costing hundreds of dollars to replace, a new wave of LED lit projectors is rendering that objection obsolete, making projectors a very compelling value proposition for those who want a large screen and don't mind waiting a couple of seconds for bootup.

      The Future

      The most talked about future HDTV technology is OLED, or Organic Light Emitting Diode. OLED technology manages to combine the best of both LCD and Plasma by having extremely high contrast, extremely thin displays, and low power consumption. Sounds too good to be true, doesn't it? Its weakness is its operating life span, which while being improved everyday is still too low for consumer consumption at large screen sizes.

      Recent deals we've found

      1. Samsung UN82MU8000 82-inch 4K HDR Smart LED TV

        $3,797.99$2,749.00at eBay

        • EXPIRED!

          Westinghouse WD55UB4530 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV

          $479.99$249.99at Best BuyEXPIRED Nov 23

          • LG OLED65B7A 65-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV

            $2,999.99$2,099.99at eBayexpires Nov 27, 12pm EST

            • Vizio E65-E0 65-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV (Sam's Club Members)

              $1,099.99$598.00at Sam's Clubexpires Nov 26

              • TCL 55S401 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart TV (Refurbished)

                $599.99$335.00at Walmart

                • Samsung UN50MU6300 50-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV

                  $547.99$399.99at eBay

                  • LG OLED55B7A 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV

                    $2,299.99$1,349.00at eBay

                    • EXPIRED!

                      Vizio E55-E2 SmartCast 55-inch 4K HDTV (Refurbished)

                      $498.00$284.00at NewEggEXPIRED Nov 22

                      • Samsung UN65MU6300 65-inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV


                        • Samsung UN65MU6290 65-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV

                          $1,099.99$847.99at Walmart

                          • Samsung UN40MU6290 40-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV

                            $549.99$327.99at Walmartexpires Nov 27

                            • Samsung UN55MU6290 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV

                              $697.99$497.99at Walmart

                              • LG 70UJ6570 70-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV

                                $1,499.99$999.99at Best Buy

                                • EXPIRED!

                                  Sharp LC-43LBU591U 43-inch 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart TV

                                  $429.99$299.99at Best BuyEXPIRED Nov 20

                                  • EXPIRED!

                                    Westinghouse WD42FB2680 42-inch 1080p Smart LED HDTV

                                    $299.99$199.99at Best BuyEXPIRED Nov 17

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                                    Preferred Technologies: Plasma for picture quality, LCD for cost
                                    HDTVs I Own: 32-inch LG 32LV3400 LED, 40-inch TCL L40FHDF12TA LCD
                                    Thoughts on HDTVs: There are a lot of tantalizing options on late-model sets, but ultimately the most important considerations in most cases should be picture quality and cost. Choose an HDTV based on picture quality - even if it's short on extra features - and in almost any imaginable case, you'll be able to get the same functionality from a component you'll connect to it (i.e. a WiFi Blu-ray player or computer for streaming, or a home theater receiver for better sound).
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