I am currently in the market for a 60" TV for my living room.
I am doing research but would also like the feedback of the members of this forum.
I am basically looking for a best bang-for-the-buck 60" TV.. LED or Plasma is not a big concern, though I would rather not have to deal with a Plasma burn in if possible.. (Plasma's tend to have a bad reputation).
One TV I have my eyes set on is the Sharp Aquos LC60LE640U 60" TV 120Hz LED TV. Currently priced at Amazon for roughly $1200.. Price seems reasonable and according to the reviews, it is a decent TV.
I do not need 3D, nor do I need a Smart TV as I already have a Mac Mini and an Apple TV as my Home Media..
With CES just being done, I am a bit concerned as to when is truly the best time to purchase a TV? I have heard many stories as to wait for CES to be done to see what is coming up, but that will still take months to see the effects of an event.
Some also say to wait until after the Super Bowl, but what is the point of waiting?
Is it worth it to wait since some of the 4K and 8K HDTV's will begin to be shipping, lowering price of 1080P tv's? I don't think it matters too much since I am restrained by my budget.
One main question is, is it worth waiting and holding out so I can purchase a higher end tv with the budget I have given CES has just ended?
Thank you for your input!