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LCD HDTVs are some of the thinest, most energy effective HDTVs on the market today. LCD HDTVs are also some of the most affordable sets that also offer 3D HDTV performance without breaking the bank. Keep up on the latest news about LCD HDTV as well as their LED sisters here on the HomeTheaterReview.com LCD HDTV news archive page. For reviews of LED and LCD HDTV televisions check out this HomeTheaterReview.com LED/LED HDTV review archive page here.

Why Do the Really Big-Screen TVs Cost So Much More?

Why Do the Really Big-Screen TVs Cost So Much More?

By Jeff Berman

 

Looking for a TV with a screen size over 70 inches? Be prepared to pay a lot more. Jeff Berman explains why that's the case in this week's featured news article. Read More

 
Roku TV Platform Coming to RCA-Branded TVs

Roku TV Platform Coming to RCA-Branded TVs

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Roku has added a new TV brand to its list of partners: RCA. Upcoming RCA-branded TVs will incorporate the Roku TV OS as their smart TV platform and primary user interface. Specific model numbers have not yet been announced. The... Read More

 
VIZIO Launches New Entry-Level D Series TVs

VIZIO Launches New Entry-Level D Series TVs

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

VIZIO has introduced the 2017 D Series TV lineup, which includes a combination of 720p, 1080p, and UHD models at value-oriented prices. Screen sizes range from 24 to 65 inches, with UHD models sized 43 inches and up. All D... Read More

 
VIZIO Unveils the 2017 E Series TV Lineup

VIZIO Unveils the 2017 E Series TV Lineup

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

VIZIO has unveiled the 2017 E Series TV lineup. The E Series falls at the lower end of the company's TV range but is still loaded with features. The 2017 E Series includes nine models, sized from 32 up to... Read More

 
Will Recent Phone and Washer Recalls Affect Samsung TV Sales?

Will Recent Phone and Washer Recalls Affect Samsung TV Sales?

By Jeff Berman

 

You may have heard that Samsung has had a run of bad luck, forced to recall both phones and washing machines. Will these recalls affect the company's TV sales, perhaps chip into its dominance in the category? Jeff Berman asks the experts. Read More

 
Five Questions to Ask Before Shopping for Your Next HDTV

Five Questions to Ask Before Shopping for Your Next HDTV

By Adrienne Maxwell

 

Getting ready to buy a new TV for yourself or a loved one? Recent advancements and changes in the TV marketplace may create lots of questions. Adrienne Maxwell discusses five questions you should ask before shopping for your next TV. Read More

 
TV Makers Are Still Trying to Address the Weakness of Flat-Panel TV Sound Quality

TV Makers Are Still Trying to Address the Weakness of Flat-Panel TV Sound Quality

By Jeff Berman

 

It's no secret that flat-panel TVs usually have poor audio quality. What are TV manufacturers doing to address this, and is it really a priority? Jeff Berman discusses. Read More

 
LeEco Enters U.S. TV Market

LeEco Enters U.S. TV Market

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

The name LeEco may not be familiar to U.S. consumers, but the China-based electronics company has a strong global presence. LeEco emerged on the U.S. radar in a major way back in July when it purchased VIZIO for $2 billion.... Read More

 
Roku OS 7.5 Adds Live TV Pause and More to Roku TVs

Roku OS 7.5 Adds Live TV Pause and More to Roku TVs

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Roku has announced its latest OS 7.5 update, which will add some interesting features for owners of Roku TVs. If you own an HDTV that has the Roku OS directly integrated into it, you will now be able to pause... Read More

 
Samsung Introduces SERIF TV to U.S. Market

Samsung Introduces SERIF TV to U.S. Market

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

In August, Samsung will introduce its SERIF 40-inch LED/LCD TV to the U.S. market. This TV places a strong emphasis on aesthetics and was designed in partnership with Parisian design duo Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. In addition to its unique... Read More