For many, buying a TV can be exhilarating, yet daunting. With a long line of varied technologies and features to get your head around, not forgetting the puzzling acronyms to learn too, there’s a lot to take in while choosing a telly in 2022.
Most high-end TVs come with heavy price tags so picking one from the store is often a significant purchase. It is important to be sure that you are spending the hard-earned money on a machine that’ll last and perform as expected. And if you’re walking to a shop or scanning an online store for a new TV and are feeling overwhelmed by the volume of options available, here is your TV buying guide to help you make the right choice.
1) Pick a perfect size
Finding the right size will be your first challenge while choosing a TV. In stores, TVs often appear larger or smaller than they originally look or what you are expecting, thanks to the way they are displayed. Rooms have varied dimensions so selecting a random size will make your living room appear either small or big for the TV. Make sure that you are selecting a machine that is a perfect fit for your room. Check out the Impex website to know more about the sizes available.
2) Know the display (LCD, LED, QLED or OLED)
TVs offer the most exciting experience to your eyes. The better the screen quality the better the watching experience. There are mainly four terms used to refer to the displays — LCD, LED, QLED, OLED — and learning the basic difference between the technologies used in each panel will help you to find the best TV for you.
OLEDs are generally the most advanced display with high-end technology and are priced on the higher side. The screen offers an amazing viewing experience with wide color ranges and brightness. Go for it only if your budget is on that price territory. If you find OLED too expensive but still want a screen of similar quality, then go with QLED which is also priced high but a little lesser than the former. Then you have the LED and LCD TVs in the mid-priced segments offering a decent viewing experience. Check out the Impex Smart TV collections to pick the screen of your choice.
3) Resolution (HD, Full HD, 4K and 8K)
4) Operating systems (Android and webOS)
5) Sound makes a difference
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