Panel makers, including AU Optronics (AUO) and Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO) are ramping up capacity at their 7.5-generation (7.5G) plants, which supplies 42-, 46- and 47-inch panels, while branded makers, channel distributors and white-brand companies are setting an more aggressive pricing to expand the market scale for 40-inch-class TVs, sources said.
With a closer price gap between 40-inch-clss and 32-inch LCD TVs, the mainstream demand might shift from 32-inch to 40-inch-class ones, the sources noted.
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