I know very little about HDTV's. What I do know now after searching the internet, is that there is a lot to take into consideration. Also that there is no shortage of information. Something you probably found out for yourself in the past 6 months.
While looking for How To Shop For An HDTV I wanted to find article's, which had nothing to sell, or gain from the information they provided.
" In Pictures: How To Shop For An HDTV click on the arrow on the top right-hand corner. It may (or may not) provide information you weren't already aware of.
CNET's TV Buying Guide is broken down into different categories. Click on the link which may be of interest to you.
After a while you'll find they all have the same sort of information. Although lengthy, I found HDTV Buying Guide to be the most informative, without being overly technical.
Best of luck with whichever you choose!
It is about time I purchase my first smartphone and my first HDTV. Here I will ask for some assistance on how I can learn or get some advice on what a single man who watches mostly news and some sports should buy if he is wanting his first HDTV? I am not sure is Plasma TVs are considered HDTV and if they are if they are still popular, but any help in this area would be appreciated. I have been looking at Costco for the last 6 months, but it is like I need to find out what the carrier I select to bring the signal to my home has as their services. I see a lot of bells & whistles, but if the company that brings the signal to the house does not support those, they will be a waste of money. Any help or suggestions on what I would think about, some great choices that give a great picture but do not have a lot of extra functions, and some areas that I might not think of (but when you inform me I will be glad I made this post). So as you can see I am in need of some help in purchasing my first HDTV. I am leaning toward the smaller size, not the huge one. Thanks