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Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a Smart TV
Not Considering Display Technology
Consider your options carefully when choosing between a light-emitting diode (LED) and organic light-emitting diode (OLED) TV. Unlike an LED, OLED doesn’t use a backlight. Instead, light is produced by many individual OLED sub-pixels.
LED is suitable for well-lit spaces where OLED is the preferred choice for a high-resolution picture and a wider dynamic range.
Not Researching Features
Research to ensure that you purchase a smart TV with features that meet your individual needs. Typical features include access to apps, full-array local dimming, high refresh rates, wide viewing angles, and full-color gamut. You also want to consider the number of ports that the TV has to ensure that it is compatible with your unique home entertainment setup.
Buying the Wrong Size
When it comes to your television, bigger is not necessarily better. Consider the space in your living room and the distance that you sit from your TV to determine the appropriate screen size.