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Television buying guide

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Buying a television in the current time is more challenging than ever before, thanks to new technologies. There are many options to choose from, which require you to consider many factors if you wish to get the most suitable one for your needs. Remember to ask for assistance from an expert if you do not know much about televisions. Also, make your purchase from a trusted dealer to avoid being knocked off.

Top factors to consider

Screen size

The size of the TV screen will influence your viewing experience. You can choose based on the number of people in your family who may watch at the same time, size of the room where you will put your TV, and personal preferences among others. For the best viewing experience, it is better to go with the largest screen that will fit the space you allocate for it as well as your budget. A majority of people go for screen sizes ranging between 55 inches and 65 inches.

Screen resolution

ygtfr6tde5r6tgyuhResolution can simply be defined as the number of pixels per given area on the screen. It determines how sharp the pictures will appear on the TV. Your options when buying includes HD, Full HD, and Ultra HD. Obviously, the ultra HD, also known as 4K, will be the best option. Of course, it will come at a higher price, but it is definitely worth the investment. It can give a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels compared to just 720 x 1280 pixels for the HD. The only challenge with the 4K screens is that there are no 4K cable or broadcast channels yet. You have to go out of your way to find the videos that match the resolution for you to enjoy the high-quality display. It is, however, going to be the standard in the near future, meaning that it is still wise to invest in the K screens to avoid having to buy a new TV later on.

Connectivity

You will obviously want to connect your TV to other components such as a sound bar, and game console among others. The number of ports available for such connectivity will determine how many components you can connect at a time. Make sure that you buy a television with many HDMI ports, preferably more than three. The ports should also support HDMI 2.0, which can accommodate ultra Hd sources that will come in the future.

 

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