Some televisions made in the America include Olevia, Silo Digital, Phillips Magnavox, Panasonic and Vizio. While some television manufacturers assemble a few of their TV sets in America, others have their entire company operations based in the United States.
Olevia is an American-based company that makes LCD and LED televisions. While the LCD televisions come in 32- and 42-inch display screens, the LED models range from 22- to 42-inch display screens. Vizio is also based in California and manufactures LCD and LED televisions as well as other television accessories. Its LCD and LED televisions range from 16 to 50 inches. Vizio’s LED televisions have 3D capabilities.
Sharp Electronics Corporation is based in New Jersey, but a division of the original company is located in Japan. It manufactures and sells LED and LCD televisions as large as 80 inches. The company also makes television accessories, such as Blu-ray players and DVD players. Silo Digital produces televisions and computer monitors. The company’s LED model ranges from 24 to 47 inches, while the LCD models range from 32 to 55 inches in size.
Panasonic, based in Japan, has a manufacturing plant in America. Assembly of the majority of the models takes place in Malaysia, but assembly of some models takes place in the United States. A good example is the 20-inch TV/VCR combination television.