Slim design. Low power consumption. Adjustable backlighting. These are the basic reasons why most of us replace our outdated conventional TV with a more state-of-art LED TV. Apparently, choosing the best LED TV is not an easy task. With the many features and attributes of LED TVs, there are also numerous things you have to consider when shopping for the perfect TV.
Before you buy an LED TV, the first thing you should consider is its size. When choosing the right size of an LED TV, it’s always important to take note of the size of the room in which the TV will be placed. You may also want to consider your budget because the larger the size of the TV the more expensive it will be.
The ideal viewing distance has something to do with the size of your TV; the bigger the TV the longer the viewing distance should be. If you have a huge LED TV, you definitely won’t like sitting in the front. To get the ideal viewing distance in inches, divide the screen size by 0.84. For instance, if the TV’s screen size is 40 inches, the ideal viewing distance should be around four feet away from your couch or bed.
Most people choose LED TVs because they want to see better images on screen. Thus, it’s important to check the screen resolution before you buy the TV. Essentially, the screen resolution determines how clear the images will appear on screen. When watching movies on Blu-ray or HD cable channels, higher screen resolution is required. But of course, the higher the screen resolution the more expensive it will be. If you have ample budget, opt for an LED TV with 1080p label; its pixels may be smaller, but it produces more defined images.
The refresh rate, the number of times an image is flashed on the screen per second, is as important as the screen resolution. The refresh rate, whose standard rate is 60 times per second, is measured in Hz (Hertz). The higher the refresh rate the faster the images are redrawn, thus making the motion smoother. Hence, if you want to avoid blurry images on your screen, choose an LED TV with higher refresh rate such as 120 Hz or 240 Hz.
Without quality sound, the quality of the images on screen will be nullified. When choosing an LED TV, make sure it has good sound quality so you won’t need to buy additional accessories such as headphones, large speakers, or a soundbar.
Ports connect your gadgets such as laptops, cellphones, and tablets to the TV. If multimedia entertainment is your thing, make sure you have enough ports: one for the Blu-ray player; one for the game console; and the other for the soundbar. You can also sync your MP3s and digital photo files to the TV using these ports.
Buying a Smart TV is a smart choice if you’re looking for a full multimedia entertainment package. SMART TVs offer many perks such as video streaming services Pandora, Netflix, and Hulu Plus. Make sure you choose a SMART TV that has Wi-Fi connection so you can easily upgrade the software.
Lastly, consider the LED TV’s life span. The life span of any appliance or gadget will depend on your usage. Make sure not to overuse or misuse your LED TV.
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