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Cheap HD TV For Sale - Buy Cheap HD Televisions Online

Updated on March 12, 2011

Around five years go the idea of an HD TV in your home was about as incredulous as it is now to have 3D TV in your home; it's even more incredulous how much has changed in those five years.

Now HD TVs are common place, something where if you don't have one, you're probably out looking for one. With the addition of HD channels for most networks, as well gaming in HD and movie in HD, HD TVs have become one of the best selling pieces of technology.

But you probably know that - that's why you're here. You want to find cheap HD TVs for sale; no, you want to find the cheapest HD TVs to buy. You've searched, you've scoured, you've done it all. You don't care if it's not the best HD TV or even if it's a refurbished HD TV: all you care about is that you get one of the best HDTV deals.

Well -

You've come to the right place.

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Buy HD TVs - HD TV Prices

The biggest problem people have when they go shopping to buy an HD TV is that they don't know to look for. They don't know what kind of HD compatibility they need; they don't know what HD ready really means; they don't know if they need 1080p or it's better to get a plasma or an LCD. Am I right? It's not a bad thing - who wants to fill their head with unnecessary knowledge - but it's essential information to know.

There are three main types of TV displays that you should know about and consider - LCD HDTVs, LED HDTVs, and Plasma HDTVs. Each one brings different qualities, are compatible with different technologies, and are just plain appealing to different people in different places. The good thing is, however, that each type still has cheap HD TVs for sale.

The following should be kept in mind when buying and comparing HD TV prices:

  • Display Size
  • TV Display Technology
  • Resolution
  • Brand

Buy HD TV - Cheap LCD HD TVs (20 - 32 inches)

Cheapest LCD HD TVs

When looking to buy cheap HD televisions one of the most popular types of TV display technology is the LCD format.  LCD is, in layman's terms, a mix between Plasma and LED; it's not as powerful as Plasma and doesn't have as much clarity as an LED TV.  The good thing, though, is that by being in the middle it can have some of the best HD TV prices. 

Most LCD HD TVs will have many - and I mean many - inputs and outputs.  This means you can install a PS3 for HD gaming, as well as a blu-ray player for extremely high definition television.  Plus most LCD HD TVs for sale come with a couple years of warranty, making it a very good investment. 

Keep in mind when you're looking to find a cheap HD TV for sale that it depends on the size of TV you are buying.  LCD HD TVs can go as low as 20 inches and as high as 65 - the price of course will then vary on the size. 

Buy HD TV - Cheap Plasma HD TVs (20 - 42 inches)

Cheap Plasma HD TVs For Sale

The differences between Plasma TVs and LCD TVs used to be vast, but lately that gap has become smaller. 

In general Plasma HD TVs are:

  • Have better contrast ratio; therefore more vivid color
  • Better color accuracy
  • Have great motion tracking - when watching a fast action scene there is almost no lag. 
  • Come in much bigger sizes. 
One of the biggest disadvantages of Plasma is that it's hard to find a cheap HD TV for sale - compared to LCD that is.  The technology is much more expensive to produce - as well as the size of the screen - making it hard to make the cheapest HD TV.  But that doesn't mean there isn't any.
You can buy a plasma TV that is a refurbished HD TV which will greatly reduce the price, or you, if you really wanted, ditch the HD and just look for a plasma that is a cheap widescreen TV. 

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Refurbished HDTV

If the above two list of cheap HD TVs for sale aren't cheap enough for you then maybe you should try a refurbished HD TV.  Some of the best HD TVs are refurbished or re manufactured which just means they've been used before and have since been fixed up, or altered for the better. 

Really cheap HD televisions are hard to come by - at least brand new HD TVs.  Refurbished HDTVs are of the same quality and have the same feautures... and are usually much cheaper. 


Best HDTV Deals

When comparing HD TV prices it's sometimes best to compare the deal that comes with those prices too.   Many times the cheapest HD TV won't be the one that has the lowest price, but the one that is a reasonable price which comes with many extras (like a blu-ray player or a PS3).

Many of the best HDTV deals will include:

  • Free Blu-Ray Player
  • Be 3D Ready
  • Free Home Audio System
  • Wireless Set Up
  • Free Game Console 


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Cheap Widescreen TV

HD TVs aren't for everyone.  They may come with too many features, or be too expensive for your liking.  When that happens the next best thing is a cheap widescreen TV.  Widescreen TVs are like HD in that they show a crystal clear picture with good color and good sound. 

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      themastudios 7 years ago from Melbourne, FL

      Nice work man

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      vanchen 7 years ago from British Columbia

      Glad I helped you find good cheap HDTV luckycharmz!

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      luckycharmz 7 years ago from Washington

      Excellent advice. I was looking to replace my old tvs with affordable hdtvs. Thanks for the hub.

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      vanchen 7 years ago from British Columbia

      Glad this helped you network andy! Now's the time to buy before 3D TVs take over...

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      Jesus 7 years ago

      This is an awesome article, but just don't forget about programming. You also need the best prices for HD channels, I actually have and work at DISH. I can tell you that they have the best prices and more HD channels than any other provider. Check it out at dish.com/hd200!

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      networkandy 7 years ago from Connecticut

      Awesome article on the HDTV. I am looking for something that is not so pricy. The information on this hub was freaking awesome thank you

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      KLeichester 7 years ago

      Thanks for the hub. I find it a nice read.

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      L M Reid 7 years ago from Ireland

      A very comprehensive selection of cheap but excellent quality HD televisions here...Shopping online for goods these days is so easy and cheap

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      Latest Tech Updates>> 7 years ago

      The key to find the best 3D LED TV deal is to know where to look for. Discounted TV offers are always available on the internet. Check the largest ecommerce sites - Amazon and eBay first

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