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Best 37 Inch LCD TVs under $500

Updated on December 20, 2010

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Best 37 Inch LCD TVs under $500

If you are looking for a new 37 Inch LCD TV but are finding it hard to choose from all those available, this page will help you find the best 37 inch LCD TVs under $500.

It can be hard to chose from the many available 37 inch LCD televisions currently on the market especially if you have a restricted budget. Fortunately many of the quality brands including LG, Panasonic and Toshiba have a range of 37 inch TVs in this price range. It is very important to choose a reputable brand when you are buying an expensive item such as a TV.

This page will help you pick from one of the best 37 inch LCD TVs costing under $500. These LCD TVs have received at least a 4 star rating if not higher from Amazon shoppers.

Best 37 Inch LCD TVs under $500

If you are looking to buy one of the best 37 Inch LCD TVs you should consider a Toshiba. Toshiba are reknown for their quality electronics and TVs. The Toshiba 37-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV (Black Gloss) retails for $649.99, but is on sale on Amazon for $469.99. This means you can own this quality LCD TV for less than $500.

Additionally Amazon shoppers have given this 37 Inch LCD TV a 4.5 out of 5 rating. The TV receives the highest reviews for picture quality and flexibility.

One shopper said 'The picture is awesome' while another said 'The picture is crystal clear with rich, bright, vibrant colors.'

Panasonic TC-L37X2 37-Inch 720p LCD HDTV with iPod Dock

Best 37 Inch LCD TVs under $500

Panasonic are another trusted manufacturer of quality LCD TVs. They offer a 37 inch LCD TV under $500, which is in the running to be the best TV in this category.  The Panasonic 37-Inch 720p LCD HDTV with iPod Dock retails at around $680, but is on sale on Amazon for under $500.

It consistenly receives positive ratings from shoppers and has a 4.5 out of 5 rating on Amazon. Here are some positive comments about this Panasonic 37 Inch LCD HDTV with iPod Dock:-

'In my opinion, the picture is better than the plasma we tried'

'The picture is crisp with great color'

LG 37LD450 37-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LCD HDTV

Best 37 Inch LCD TVs under $500

LG are very popular brands of LCD TVs and their 37 inch version provides excellent value for money. The LG 37-Inch LCD HDTV is currently on sale at Amazon for just under $500, while it is available in stores for around $700. Amazon shoppers are given the TV a 4 out of 5 rating and rated video and audio quality very highly.

Here are some clips of reviews:-

'The picture is fantastic, and the Picture Wizard tutorial helps get the colors set to something pleasing in short order'

'For the price, this LCD is phenomenal'

Sceptre X370BV-HD 37-Inch 720p LCD TV, Black

Best 37 Inch LCD TVs under $500

A Sceptre 37 inch LCD TV may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you are selecting your new TV. However the low price, excellent value for money and positive reviews may make you change your mind. The Sceptre 37-Inch 720p LCD TV costs under $500 and has received a 4.5 out of 5 star rating on Amazon with reviewers rating picture quality, ease of use and features highly.

Best 37 Inch LCD TVs under $500

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      Slevin 

      5 years ago

      Thanks so much for the information! Thirty-seven inches is the perfect size for my new TV, and I was having trouble making up my mind as to the brand I wanted. Both you and one of my coworkers here at DISH have nothing but good things to say about LG, so I think that’s the right way to go. It has the cleanest, clearest picture we’ve ever seen. I upgraded a few weeks ago to the Hopper from DISH, which gives me HD and DVR to four different TVs. I already had three sets, but my in-laws just moved in, and three was no longer enough. There were constant battles about missing shows over DVR timer conflicts or someone not able to watch their show or game in HD, so I started looking for a fourth TV. The LG has been perfect. We love it, and thanks so much for the recommendation!

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