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TV/ SMART TV

Considering the sheer amount of TVs flooding the market today, it is harder than ever to find a TV to suit your needs without having completed a degree in rocket science.

Manufacturers are updating their TV range several times a year and keeping up with the latest trends is challenging to say the least, so I'll try and break it down for you in simple terms.

Most current TV models offer the latest in High Definition Free to Air Digital reception with the HD tuners built in as well as HDMI connectivity. HDMI - High Definition Multimedia Interface - is the current cabling standard for connection of auxiliary devices such as Blu-Ray DVD players, Game consoles and HD Pay TV boxes.

With Plasma TV's now long gone having been replaced by the much lighter and more efficient LED/LCD screen the big choice for consumers is the size and type.

LED/LCD are the latest type of screens and are packed with High Definition features and current technologies such as Smart TV with Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity , allowing you to connect to the internet and Skype with someone or check out the latest Youtube clips. You can also subscribe to the latest Video on demand Streaming services such as Netflix.

These TVs are considerably more expensive as a result of having all these goodies on board. There are still the basic, entry level TV's available at a much cheaper price.

I am continually asked which TV is the best, and the answer is quite simple.

Firstly, stick to brands you know and trust and go have a look at them on display at a showroom, preferably with Free to Air television playing rather than a DVD. This allows you to compare each TV with the same broadcast signal rather than a DVD that may have a cheap HDMI cable on one TV and a higher quality on another, affecting the quality of picture you see.

Secondly, if it's in your budget try to purchase a new TV with the latest technology and features so you are as up to date as possible.

For more information and advice contact me and leave your question or call me direct.




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TV/ SMART TV

Considering the sheer amount of TVs flooding the market today, it is harder than ever to find a TV to suit your needs without having completed a degree in rocket science.

Manufacturers are updating their TV range several times a year and keeping up with the latest trends is challenging to say the least, so I'll try and break it down for you in simple terms.

Most current TV models offer the latest in High Definition Free to Air Digital reception with the HD tuners built in as well as HDMI connectivity. HDMI - High Definition Multimedia Interface - is the current cabling standard for connection of auxiliary devices such as Blu-Ray DVD players, Game consoles and HD Pay TV boxes.

With Plasma TV's now long gone having been replaced by the much lighter and more efficient LED/LCD screen the big choice for consumers is the size and type.

LED/LCD are the latest type of screens and are packed with High Definition features and current technologies such as Smart TV with Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity , allowing you to connect to the internet and Skype with someone or check out the latest Youtube clips. You can also subscribe to the latest Video on demand Streaming services such as Netflix.

These TVs are considerably more expensive as a result of having all these goodies on board. There are still the basic, entry level TV's available at a much cheaper price.

I am continually asked which TV is the best, and the answer is quite simple.

Firstly, stick to brands you know and trust and go have a look at them on display at a showroom, preferably with Free to Air television playing rather than a DVD. This allows you to compare each TV with the same broadcast signal rather than a DVD that may have a cheap HDMI cable on one TV and a higher quality on another, affecting the quality of picture you see.

Secondly, if it's in your budget try to purchase a new TV with the latest technology and features so you are as up to date as possible.

For more information and advice contact me and leave your question or call me direct.



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