What Are TV Buyers Buying?

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With the big game just around the corner you might be interested to know that the SuperBowl is the #1 reason people give for buying a new TV. Somewhat surprising is that Samsung is the brand that most people plan on purchasing. The rest of the numbers are about what you would expect, but the overall picture is that people will continue to buy new TVs no matter what. With 3D in its death throes and 4K stumbling out of the gate there are still plenty of options out there for people who just want a big screen to impress their friends for the big game.

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Addtional Resources

  • Check out our review of the Samsung KN55S9C OLED HDTV at HomeTheaterReview.com
  • Also see our Sharp LC-60LE650U LED/LCD HDTV review at HomeTheaterReview.com
  • See more HDTV reviews at HomeTheaterReview.com


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