Everything you need to know about finding a television supplier
Televisions have become so central to modern life most of us could not imagine life without these now sleek units in our homes. And while the fundamental role of a TV has not changed, the technology behind them has experienced a quantum leap over the last decade or so. Digital is the underlying reason behind the demise of the now defunct CRT unit, delivering superior audio and picture quality in a much sleeker form. The downside is that all these technological advances do make choosing a TV that much more difficult.
Choosing a Television
If you are looking at choosing a new TV then you need to look into the following essential criteria:
Audio: if you are an audiophile then look for speakers that can deliver sound to match the picture on screen; otherwise you will end up having to invest in a separate home theatre set up.
Inputs: HDMI is the new standard in high definition audio visual, so the more inputs your TV has the more devices you can connect to it. HDMI is able to deliver superior picture quality and high definition audio.
Picture quality: most TV’s now transmit high definition (HD) pictures; though if you want full HD then look for 1080i or 1080p in the models spec sheet, as opposed to 720p which is of slightly lower quality.
Screen size: match the screen size of your TV to the space it will live in. Too small and you will find yourself squinting, too large and you are going to start noticing individual pixels.
Types of Televisions
A lot of R&D money goes into engineering improved picture technology. At the moment expect to find the following types of TV’s on display at your local retail outlet:
LCD – electrically charged crystals and fluorescent tubes are the basis for this technology which has improved significantly of late. LCD is also a more energy efficient technology than plasma.
LED – LED technology is a relatively new derivative of LCD that produces high quality pictures, but uses LED lights to create an image – as opposed to fluorescent tubes. This also allows extremely thin units to be produced which are light and aesthetically attractive.
Plasma – this type of technology uses gas charged electrodes to generate a picture between two sheets of glass. Considered a more ‘natural’ picture than LCD or LED, it is particularly suited to cinema content.
Talking to a Home Theatre Specialist
A home theatre specialist is best placed to advise you with regard to choosing a television. A reputable and experienced retailer will not only be up to date with the latest technological developments regarding TV’s, they can also ensure you choose the right TV for your home or premises.
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