As of 2015, some inexpensive 60-inch TVs include the Sharp LC-60UE30U TV and the Vizio 4K P-Series TV set. Other cheap 60-inch TVs include the LG 60LB7100 LED-backlit LCD TV, the Samsung UN60HU8550 Smart Ultra HD TV, the Panasonic Viera TC-60AS530U, the Vizio Smart TV E600i-B3 and the Vizio P602UI-B3.
Sharp's LC-60UE30U is a 4K LED-backlit LCD TV with edge lighting and local dimming. In addition to its large, 60-inch screen size, this TV set is Android compatible with a 16:9 aspect ratio to help reduce instances of dark bands that appear when a movie is in cinemascope format. Consumers can also use multiple streaming services with this TV set, including Google Play, Netflix and YouTube. This TV ranges in price between approximately $1,400 and its manufacturer suggested retail price of about $2,100.
The LG 60LB7100 offers 3D-technology, while the Samsung UN60HU8550 reduces motion blurring with its 120-hertz technology feature. These smart TVs range in price from $1,000 to more than $2,200. The Panasonic Viera TC-60AS530U, the Vizio Smart TV E600i-B3 and the Vizio P602UI-B3 range in price from about $750 to $1,500. As of 2015, 60-inch televisions range in price from $800 to more than $3,000 for LCD-LED TVs, and from $500 to $2,500 for plasma TVs, according to Consumer Reports.