Before you even think about getting your TV wall-mounted by our installers, first you have to find the right TV set. And choosing a TV these days can be a big task.
For starters, there are a bunch of different kinds of TV’s. Whether it’s a flat screen plasma TV or one of the many different types of LED TVs, it’s hard to know which one is better for you.
Then you have to decide if you want the traditional HD TV or if you want to go for one of those new and exciting 4K or ultra HD TV’s. Once you have been able to make up your mind on the kind of TV you want, you have to pick the right size. For those of you that just want a huge viewing experience, you might want to reconsider because some TVs can also just be too big for your living room or viewing area. Last, but definitely not least, you have to pick the brand that fits your criteria and fits in with your budget.
As you can see, choosing a new TV can be a real hassle. Luckily, there are sources out there that can really help you make the right decision. I just found this article that covers all these problems and helps you choose the right TV. If you want to read the whole piece, you can click here.
I found this article to be tremendously helpful and really in depth. The article explains the difference between CCFL LED, direct LED, and even OLED TVs as well as Plasma and Curved TVs. It even gives you a formula to calculate the perfect size TV for your viewing space. It even goes into detail about how many HDMI ports your TV should have and what other accessories you might want to consider before making a rash decision.
The most common TVs you will find on the market are EDGE LED TV’s because although they are not quite as sharp as direct LED lighting, they come in a lot cheaper and make it the choice for most consumers that do not want to break the bank. As for the size, the article says that you should take the distance you are sitting away from the screen (in inches), multiply it by 0.535 and round this number to the nearest TV size. However, this is an estimate and you should use your own judgement to help make the best decision. If you are looking for a bigger cinematic viewing experience, you might want to add up to 10 inches on that number. If you are getting a TV for your bedroom and it is a smaller viewing area, you might even want to go a few inches smaller. But if you stay within reason of this number, you should be good.
As for those of you that are thinking of getting an Ultra HD, a 4K, or a curved TV, we will address the pros and cons of all these products in our upcoming posts. For the rest of you, I hope this blog helped shed some light on choosing the right TV and that you can make a better choice because of it. To have the best home theatre setup, it starts with choosing the right TV. Then, TV Installation Toronto can come and help you make the most out of your new TV. Good luck to everyone that is shopping for a new TV!