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TV tips: How to buy a new television set

Posted In Hardware - By Techtiplib on Friday, December 14th, 2012 With No Comments »

In case you are fed up with your old TV set and want to get into the new modern technology stuff then it is time to go shopping and find something new and awesome! Of course, when you get to the shop, you probably are going to get a bit overwhelmed by the amount of different TV sets and the tons of features that they have and making a choice might become kind of hard. That’s why it is really important that you first research the different features and brands, read some TV tips and have at least a general idea of what you are buying. There are some TV tips that will surely help you find what you are looking for in no time. Here they are:

1. The price of the TV set always comes first

 No matter which TV tips you are going to look at, the price will always be included. Your budget, after all, is what you have to keep into consideration when purchasing something. In case you are interested in a small TV set, you can buy a not that expensive model as if the screen isn’t that big, you might not make the difference between the quality of two TVs and a $100 difference in their price. On the other hand, if you are interested in a big screen TV, you are advised to go all-out as the bigger screen will surely show the difference between low and high quality TV. You have to balance quality and size and find the perfect one for you.

2. The size of the TV set

In many advice articles or TV tips about buying a new TV, you might read that bigger is always better, but that isn’t true with technology. First, you have to think about your actual needs. If you are purchasing a TV for the kitchen, you don’t have to buy the biggest one as it won’t fit in there. Big TV sets are best suited for your living room or theatre room as space is what they need. A smaller TV will always be a better choice when buying it for your kitchen.

3. The type of the display

Plasma, LED or LCD? It is quite hard to make a choice as all these types are a fair choice. However, you can always decide easily if you take into consideration the environment in the room where the TV will be. In case your budget is a bit tight, you might want to skip the newer LED HDTV sets and go for Plasma as they are a bit older and therefore cheaper. Of course, you might value the quality and not be willing to make a compromise with the new more efficient and better quality sets, so it’s up to you.

4. The resolution of the TV

You surely won’t find a better TV tip for that – just make sure that you buy an HDTV with high resolution. After all, you are paying a lot so you better not see the pixels on the screen.

 

 

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