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How Much Does A 45-Inch TV Weigh? 5 Amazing Facts (2022)

45-Inch TV Weight

So, you have a wall mount.

Now, you’re looking for a 45-inch TV to place in it.

The problem?

There’s too much conflicting data online about the weight of TVs.

Don’t strain your eyes.

Instead, let me tell you the information that you seek.

Keep reading to discover:

  • The only mainstream brand that sells a true 45-inch TV.
  • 9 TVs from Samsung, Sony, and LG, and how much they weigh.
  • What’s the approximate weight of a 45-inch TV from budget manufacturers.
  • And so much more…

How much does a 45-inch TV weigh?

A 45-inch TV weighs a little more than 20.37 lbs (9.24 kgs), which is the average for 43-inch TVs. With a stand, this should be around 22 lbs (10 kgs).


45-inch TV weight – 5 amazing facts


#1: There are no true 45-inch TVs in the mainstream market

In a market dominated by 50-inch, 55-inch, or 60-inch (and so on) TVs…

It’s logical to assume that there are 45-inch TVs as well.

The truth is:

There aren’t.

As a matter of fact, Hisense is the first TV manufacturer to release a true 45-inch TV. And they did that way back in 2017.

Since then, mainstream manufacturers still haven’t budged.

Instead, the most prominent TV size below 50-inch is the 43-inch.

That’s why, for the rest of this article, we’re going to focus on the weight of 43-inch TVs.

#2: The average weight of 43-inch Samsung TVs is 19.07 lbs (8.65 kg)

These days, Samsung might as well be synonymous with smart TVs.

How so?

For starters, Samsung holds more than 30% share of the TV market worldwide.

To put that into perspective, there are around 162 million Samsung TVs in use as of 2021.

Now, what about its weight figures? For the bestselling 43-inch Samsung TVs, that data is available below:

For Samsung AU8000 4K 43” Class

A friend of mine once said:

“Samsung TVs are only for the rich.”

I disagree.

In fact, Samsung has a lot of budget options that are worth looking at.

My pick? The AU8000.

For only $379.99, you get the following features:

  • Crystal 4K Display.
  • HDR and Dynamic Color.
  • TizenOS features like Voice Assistant, SmartThings compatibility, and more.

And the weight figures are great too, considering that this is a budget TV. A Samsung AU8000 43-inch weighs around:

  • TV weight: 17.9 lbs (8.12 kg).
  • TV weight with a stand: 18.3 lbs (8.3 kg).
  • Weight of the entire package: 26 lbs (11.79 kg).

For Samsung Q60B 4K 43” Class

Compared to the AU8000, the Samsung Q60B is a huge step up.

This is because the Q60B can do everything the AU8000 does, but with a little extra.

You see, the Q60B runs on a QLED Display. This is Samsung’s display technology that’s taking the TV industry by storm.

With QLED, you get:

  • 100% color accuracy.
  • Optimized backlight for contrast.
  • Faster and smarter processor to accommodate the latest technology.

Better yet, it’s not even that much heavier than AU8000. To prove this, here are the weight figures for this model:

  • TV weight: 18.5 lbs (8.39 kg).
  • TV weight with a stand: 19 lbs (8.62 kg).
  • Weight of the entire package: 26 lbs (11.79 kg).

For Samsung QN90B 4K 43” Class

QLED may be nice…

But it’s not the pinnacle of Samsung display.

In 2022, Samsung released the newer version of QLED, which they named Neo QLED. With this technology, Samsung promises:

  • Truer blacks.
  • No burn-in issues, unlike OLED.
  • Highest brightness peaks in the market.

And you can experience this all by buying the new Samsung QN90B 4K 43” Class.

The catch? It retails at $1199.99.

It’s also considerably heavier than other 43-inch Samsung TVs at:

  • TV weight: 20.3 lbs (9.21 kg).
  • TV weight with a stand: 30.4 lbs (13.79 kg).
  • Weight of the entire package: 38.8 lbs (17.6 kg).

You can learn more about this particular TV with this review:

#3: The average weight of 43-inch Sony TVs is 22.33 lbs (10.13 kg)

Next, let’s talk about the next contender for the best TV manufacturer:

Sony.

After all, they’re the only 1 to boast a smart platform created by Google…

As well as 1 of the, if not the, best display out of the mainstream TV brands.

The only question is:

How does its weight fare against other TVs? Let’s discuss:

For Sony X80J

First, let’s talk about one of the cheapest Sony TV options out there:

The Sony KD-43X80J.

It may retail at only $499.99, but this TV’s features aren’t too shabby. Some of these features are:

  • 4K HDR Processor.
  • HDR and Dolby Vision.
  • Compatible with Apple AirPlay.
  • Voice Assistant capable (Google Assistant, Alexa, Siri).

And it only weighs around:

  • TV weight: 22.1 lbs (10 kg).
  • Weight of the entire package: 30.9 lbs (14 kg).

For Sony X85J

The X85J is the successor of the X80J.

Which means that this model inherits everything that the X80J, and more.

Here’s where the X85J differs from its predecessor:

  • Truer blacks.
  • Better contrasts.
  • Higher brightness peaks.

As for their weight, it only weighs a little more than the X80J. As you can see here:

  • TV weight: 22.5 lbs (10.2 kg).
  • Weight of the entire package: 30.9 lbs (14 kg).

For Sony X85K

X85K is the “cream of the crop” among Sony’s 43-inch TVs.

Available for $699.99, this TV has the following features to justify its price tag:

  • Native 120 Hz screen.
  • 4K HDR Processor X1.
  • HDR 10+, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Atmos.
  • BRAVIA CAM for video calls using the TV itself.

Moreover, Sony didn’t skimp out on making X85K as light as possible.

This is how much the X85K weighs:

  • TV weight: 22.5 lbs (10.2 kg).
  • TV weight with a stand: 23.4 lbs (10.6 kg).
  • Weight of the entire package: 30.9 lbs (14 kg).

You may also be interested in: Is Sony A Good TV Brand?

#4: The average weight of 43-inch LG TVs is 8.93 kg or 19.69 lbs

LG TVs might not have the same spotlight as its other mainstream competitors…

But that doesn’t make it any less deserving of attention.

In fact, LG makes amazing TVs at a more reasonable price than Samsung and Sony.

However, are they also lighter?

For LG UQ7590

At $299.99, the UQ7590 is the cheapest TV in this list.

However, you shouldn’t discount it based on its price tag alone.

Despite its low price, the LG UQ7590 boasts the following features:

  • 4K Upscaling.
  • α5 Gen 5 AI Processor 4K.
  • Voice Assistants and extensive device connectivity.
  • webOS 22, which features AI Sound and AI Brightness Control.

And I’m also happy to say that its weight is par for the course. The weight figures for this model are:

  • TV weight: 19.4 lbs (8.8 kg).
  • TV weight with a stand: 19.6 lbs (8.89 kg).
  • Weight of the entire package: 25.4 lbs (11.52 kg).

For LG UQ9000

LG UQ9000

If you’re looking for a TV with:

  • Real 4K Display.
  • Powerful Gaming Mode
  • HDR10 Pro and Dolby Vision.
  • True and more extensive AI technology.

Look no further than the LG UQ9000. You can get all these features and more for $349.99.

And as for its weight:

  • TV weight: 19.4 lbs (8.8 kg).
  • TV weight with a stand: 19.6 lbs (8.89 kg).
  • Weight of the entire package: 25.4 lbs (11.52 kg).

For LG NANO75

Unlike the other LG TVs on this list…

The NANO75 has a NanoCell Display. This model has a wider range of colors and higher brightness peaks.

Admittedly, this means that the NANO75 is heavier too. 

But that doesn’t mean that it’s heavy, as you can see here:

  • TV weight: 20.3 lbs (9.2 kg).
  • TV weight with a stand: 20.5 lbs (9.3 kg).
  • Weight of the entire package: 26.2 lbs (11.88 kg).

#5: The weight of other TVs around 45-inch

Now, you might be thinking:

“What about other TV brands?”

Don’t worry. I got those figures too.

Here’s how much a 43-inch TV from Hisense, Vizio, and TCL weighs:

BrandHisenseTCL Vizio
ModelB71004-SERIESV435-H1
Inches434343
TV only15.43 lbs (7 kg)15.65 lbs (7.1 kg)15.4 lbs (6.98 kg)
TV with stand15.65 lbs (7.1 kg)15.87 lbs (7.2 kg)15.6 lbs (7.07 kg)
Entire package20.94 lbs (9.5 kg)21.38 lbs (9.7 kg)20.6 lbs (9.34 kg)

Why does the weight of a TV matter?

The weight of a TV matters when you’re going to use it with a wall mount. A TV that’s too heavy may end up breaking your wall mount.