Buying a television should be a well thought-out decision as you’ve got more options than ever when it comes to selecting a television set. Do you want a slim, sleek design that you can hang on the wall, or are you more of a traditionalist? There are many brands, such as Sony, Hitachi, Mitsubishi, Toshiba, RCA, Sharp, JVC, Samsung, and Panasonic, which offer television sets to fit your needs. The following guide will help you to get the most for your money

What size TV to buy?

It's important to consider the size of the room in which you'll put your new television. If you try to watch a large TV in a small room you may find it too overwhelming. Conversely, if you try to watch a small TV in a large room, you might find it very difficult to see the picture clearly. In both cases the overall experience may not be all that you hoped for.

Some suggested viewing distances:

Distance from TVScreen Size
5 - 7 feet37" to 41"
8 - 9 feet42" or 43"
10 - 11 feet44" to 50"
11 - 13 feet50" to 60"
13 - 14 feet50" to 70"
15 + feet70" +

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Size isn’t all that matters. You’ll also want to consider viewing angles. Traditional curved-screen TVs can be difficult to see from the side, while the wide viewing angles associated with HDTVs mean that every seat is the best seat in the house.

How much do you want to spend?

The price of your new TV is going to be directly related to the size you choose as well as the technology. Spending under $500 will get you a great television but might not deliver the full home theater experience you've always dreamed of. A price range of $500 to $2,000 will give you more flexibility if you're shopping for a big screen TV, and a budget of over $2,000 will allow you to start building your very own state-of-the-art home theater.

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