HDTVs are typically defined as a minimum resolution of 720x (Progressive) or 1080 x (Interlaced). However, the highest resolution currently available in the consumer markets in 1080 x 1920 (Progressive). The most common HDTV technologies are LED LCD and Plasma, however other new technologies are always being invented. There are many HDTV manufacturers with some of the most well known being Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, Toshiba, Pioneer, LG and Vizio. Other brands considered to be more generic include RCA, Element, Philips, Insignia, Hitachi, Sansui, Coby and Magnavox.
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