Televisions for Sale
Televisions are one of our most popular electronics for sale available in Want Ad Digest's classified ads. Providing that you go with a well known brand, and check out the TV for sale in person first, you should have no problem finding a quality used television for sale for much less than you would have spent at the store. Here, we are going to provide for you the names of reputable television brands as well as some solid advice for buying a used television.
In addition to the brand name, the other important thing to keep in mind when browsing televisions for sale is that the TV be compatible with new digital signal technology as well as in compliance with whatever you plan on using with the TV - the DVD player, video game systems, etc. When you see the TV for sale in person, you may want to bring your gaming system or DVD player with you to check their compatibility. Assuming that the TV is a reputable brand and works with your devices, then you can take into consideration additional details such as if you would prefer an LCD or plasma set, the screen size, etc.
Consumer Reports has listed many well known TV brands - and some lesser known ones as well, which are just as good as the better known brands but may even be less expensive. We have provided a run down of these brands here, but if you wish to read further into brands and additional tips from Consumer Reports, we have provided the link at the bottom of this page.
First let us take a look at the lesser known, but still trustworthy brands - these are great choices if you come across them because they will likely be less expensive, but again, just as good as other brands. These include AOC, Funai, Haier, ViewSonic, and Vizio. Haier is known for producing small to large screen LCD TVs. Vizio is only an uncommon brand at the moment because they are a newer company.
Other brands to consider who are somewhat well known: We have Epson televisions, which use 3LCD technology; Hitachi, who manufacture a wide range of rear projection and plasma TVs, in addition to flat panel LCD TVs; Insignia, which is the electronics house brand at Best Buy; JVC, who is mid-priced and has merged with Kenwood; Philips, who are mid-priced and focus on LCD models; Polaroid, with their flat-panel TVs; Sanyo, who concentrate on LCD TVs as well as front projectors, although they also dabble in plasma TVs; and Westinghouse, who are considered a lower priced alternative for LCD TVs. There is also Optoma, who is a leading brand in the front-projector market, but they do not offer typical televisions for sale.
And then of course, we have the very well known, top market brands, that may be a bit more pricey but are always an excellent choice: LG, who manufacturers both plasma and LCD TVs; Mitsubishi, known for their Diamond series; Panasonic, the market leader in plasma TVs who have a wide line of available sets; Samsung, who are known for using LED backlighting in LCD TVs, and were also one of the first TV brands to offer a 3D adept TV; Sharp, one of the oldest TV producers, who make very advanced LCD TVs; Sony, a mid to high priced brand with an extensive product line; and finally, Toshiba, who manufacture a wide range of TVs for sale.