What is the best brand for a 60 inch TV?
There is no best brand for 60 inch tv as most tv manufacturers have specifications very similar to one another. Some brand names to consider include Samsung, Sony, LG, and Panasonic.
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Answer Sharp aquos baby!!!!! skeen im only joking its samsung series4 ----There are several features of performance that you need to take into account when choosing a 'best' …large screen TV: contrast, persistence, graceful degradation ... I doubt any two viewers would exactly agree on ranking different models. You should look at Samsung as a marque - I did (but I chose differently). You should also look at competing models from Sony, Philips, and Toshiba. It would do no harm if you also checked out comparative reviews in magazines. But you are the person that has to watch it:- let your own eyes decide.
Brand is basically irrelevant, as the components are all made in the same factories and assembled in the same plants. (Parts made in China, assembled in Mexico.) What you'r…e paying for in a brand name is the advertising that makes you THINK it's the best brand. Occasionally, you'll get short-changed on a knock-off by the lack of cooling materials like fans, but that's about it. Go take a look at the TVs on display and see which one you like the best. That's the only way to be sure that you're getting the best TV for YOU. Bear in mind that default factory settings are usually sub-optimal.
First, you need to ask yourself how much you are willing to spend. If you're in the expensive range (800-1500) then Samsung, LG, Sony, Philips and Panasonic are the TVs you wo…uld like to look at. Next, you have to ask what you want in the tv. How many hertz (60-120), contrast ratio, hdmi plugs, ambient light tech, motion plus or other top-of-the-line features. Also, resolution is quite important. Do you want a Full HD 1080P, 1080i, 720P tv? Color of the tv itself can also play into your decision, whether black, white, silver, or random color accents. In the cheaper range, Vizio and Olevia are quite good for the price, but lack the added features and when placed side-by-side with the big brands, are noticeably inferior in quality. After weighing all the costs and benefits, I personally would go for the Samsung Series 6 TVs. They are full HD 1080P, have great designs and are very reliable. The price is not overly inflated, such as Sony and Panasonic (even LG was involved in a price scandal). Philips TVs have a history of being quite nice but are unreliable and tend to break. Though Vizio and Olevia are great and cheaper, they lack the features found in the Samsung Series 6 TVs. It's worth paying the extra amount for a tv that will not be outdated for an extended period of time and that is an experience to watch.
I have a Samsung which I am very pleased with.
Depending on where you go to buy the tv will determine how cheap it is. But, I would go with a Phillips. Several of our electronics are that brand and they work great. The pic…ture is clear and the quality is better.
Sony is as always a good choice when it comes to electronics, including TVs. Also at the top of the list are options such as Vizio, LG, Samsung and Acer.
I would say maybe a 55' VIZIO E550VL 1080P (fullHD). Its has high definition. Top of the line features. It has 3 HDMI ports,a digital ambient light, 1020 Hz, and 100,000:1 rat…ion to deliver a crystal clear picture. It also has advanced sound technology to give you the movie theater feeling. This is a perfect choice if your looking for good quality for a price that won't break your pockets.
sony tv's r the best.........!
Plasma televisions are made by most of the major manufacturers and it is difficult to pick one over any other as the best brand. Plasma televisions are in the decline as LCD …models have dominated the market for a year or two. Some are of the opinion that plasma technology has had its day and that plasma televisions will not be manufactured for much longer. That opinion may well be correct as we see LCD and OLED televisions being developed further. Fans of plasma claim that Plasma offers a superior quality image and the somewhat higher costs and other drawbacks of plasma are worth it for the improved viewing experience. The final judge of plasma or LCD and the brand of plasma must ultimately be yours. If you are looking to purchase a television, experiencing a variety of models is the only way to decide on the best image and best model for you and your family.
There are as many answers to this question as there are 60" televisions. It is safe to say that there is no such thing as a bad 60" television but there are models that will s…uit better than others. Here are a few factors to consider before purchasing: Will the television be enclosed or behind a panel? If so, a shallow bezel is ideal or one without a bezel at all. If it is to be wall mounted, check the weight and ensure the wall can take it. If it has to sit on a stand, does the style fit the room it will be in? Does it have the features you will want? Check the inputs and the network features, if it has. them. Make sure it physically fits in the space available. Finally, get to see each one you are considering. Make sure the image lives up to your expectations. This is, of course, the single most important consideration. If you like the image, it's a good model. If you don't, it isn't.
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