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Top 4 Brands for Plasma, LCD, and LED Television

Updated on July 15, 2012

It's hard to pinpoint the best television brand because there are so many great companies out there that specializes in TV manufacturing. However, there have been a few that stood out from the pack with their innovative styles and technology. In this article, we examine the top 4 brand people should go for when they purchase a new television. Not only are they the most prevalent in major retail stores, they also receive 100s of great feedback from past customers.

Before we delve into the main topic, do you know about the difference between plasma vs lcd vs led? It may help greatly if you understood the differences because each comes with specific pros and cons. For example, plasma TVs are better suited for those who enjoy fast action scenes or sports because they can handle fast-paced motion pictures much better. Without further ado, here is the list of the top 4 brands in no particular order.

#1 Samsung
The first and most obvious choice is Samsung. Not only are they good with televisions, they seem to be good at every other electronic consumer product out there like the smartphone (Samsung Galaxy), tablet (Samsung Note), and laptops (Ultrabook). Samsung TVs are known for their superior TV quality. Not only that, people like to buy Samsung products because they have a cool, sleek look to them.

#2 Panasonic
Panasonic's VIERA TV model series have been around for some time, and there are good reasons for this. What I like most about Panasonic TVs are their functionality. With the development of Smart TVs, Panasonic seemed to have excelled in that department. For example, they provide a functionality such as in-built SD Card support. This allows us to easily share our photos and videos with friends and family members!

#3 LG
Korean companies sure know hard to make good electronic consumer products. LG has definitely made 'life good' with their television products. Recently, they seemed to have excelled in the 3D Television market, the latest craze and development for TV junkies. Many LG televisions come with a feature known as 'TruMotion' technology. This enables TVs to reduce the effect of motion blurs, something which is seen too often in LCD or LED TVs.

#4 Sony
The Sony BRAVIA series have also made a name for itself in the television market. People enjoy buying Sony televisions because of their brilliant 1080p HD picture quality. It almost feels like you are in the scene itself because the picture quality is so real.

Again, all these brands have come up with great television products. It's hard to distinguish which one is the best of them all.

Which brand do you like most?

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