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Things to consider when buying a Television

Updated: Oct 26, 2020

Smart TV. LED. OLED. 4K. HDR. The world of TVs is looking better every day, but also more confusing. Today, there’s a ridiculously wide array of high-definition (HD) and 4K Ultra HD sets in stores, from bargain big screens to high-end displays that can cost as much as a car.

We’re here to help you decide.

Quick Tips

If you’re in a hurry, here are the most important things to consider before you buy a television. We explain each of these points in greater detail in the text below:

  • Don’t buy a TV with less than 4K resolution (i.e., avoid 1080p sets) if you want a future-proof set.

  • Expect to pay about $500 for a solid 50- to 55-inch

bargain 4K TV and at least $900 for a 65-inch model.

  • Don’t buy a TV with less than a 120 Hz refresh rate.

  • Look for an HDR-compatible set, which offers more realistic colors and better contrast.

  • OLED TVs look much better than a typical LED LCD, but they are considerably more expensive.

Ignore contrast-ratio specs: manufacturers fudge the numbers. Trust your own eyes.

  • Look for at least four HDMI ports; 4K shoppers should ask about HDCP compatibility.

  • Curved TVs are a fashion statement. They don’t benefit image quality.

  • Most TVs are “smart TVs” these days with easy access to Netflix and other online apps. Don’t be tricked into thinking this is a big deal.

  • Plan to buy a soundbar. TV speakers are worse nowadays because the screens are thinner.

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