Everyone loves to add something new to their home, and a TV is one of the things we love to buy during and after the holidays. So today we are going to talk about some of the things that you should definitely think about when buying a TV.
Everyone’s will is different. While she loves Japanese technology, some like the technology in the European region. Those who try to do it cheaply, like to go after Chinese technology. But even though all these technical instructions come from outside the country, I sometimes wonder if those technical instructions are valid for these TVs as they are assembled in China.
So if you can use the internet, it would be wise to read a few reviews about the TV you are looking to buy. The forums tell us about after-sales service as well as issues / facilities that we may experience in use, so we are more likely to focus on what we like.
- Agents and payment methods
The sales agent who brings the TV you want to buy into this country is very concerned about the shops they serve and how much the discount will be when you buy them all at once, and how much we will have to pay for a premium when buying in parts.
- Certificate of Liability
This is a must have, for any Affiliate, promoting any program. Because it is essential that we are aware of the after sales service of the product we are buying. After-sales service varies from company to company and some companies offer only a 1-year warranty, with companies such as Abans having the option to extend the warranty for a longer period after payment.
- Display sizes
The main factor in TV is the screen. Most people like a widescreen TV. Available in 23, 28, 32, 40, 42, 55 inches.
- Display types
There are 4 main types: Plasma, LCD, LED, OLED etc.
If you like high quality and cinematic experiences, Plasma TV may be the best TV for you.
LCD – Liquid Crystal Display
This type of TV is easy to find, easy to use and reasonably priced. He also has a high level of energy savings. But if you want to use your TV with Xbox, Playstation, this type is not a good solution. The other disadvantage is that the colors change depending on the angle at which you look at it, so the real colors are not visible to anyone on the side except the one in front of the TV.
LED – Light Emitting Diode
This type of screen is not a new thing as it has an LED backlight behind the LCD TV screen. If your TV has an option called “Local Dimming” as an option, it will affect the color change rate of your TV. For example, if the image on your screen is black, it is shown as black by dimming the LED light in the background. But the power consumption here is a bit higher than mobile phone displays.
OLED – Organic Light Emitting Diode
The names of this type of TV are slightly different from other TVs. Although this type of screen saves electricity, it does not save as much electricity as LCD. The other thing is that when you use this type of TV continuously, there is a situation where the brightness of the images decreases. Even in this type of screen with a high resolution ratio, the problem of the viewing angle arises.
- Aspect Ratio – Aspect Ratio
Most TVs today have an aspect ratio of 16: 9. Even some of the channels we get come with this aspect ratio. The reason for this is that it is in this range that one sees a wide range of cinematic images.
There is nothing to fear about this. We can change this situation in the settings of any TV.
- Refresh Rate
This means how many times a second the screen is refreshed. It is expressed in Hertz (Hz). You will see that the TV box is marked as 60Hz, 120Hz, 144Hz, 240Hz etc. It means that the above value of the TV we are using is used. You are using a video game console. With this TV you need a TV of 120Hz or higher. For normal use, even 60Hz is quite adequate.
- I / O (Input / Output) Ports
When you buy a TV, pay close attention to the USB, HDMI, AV ports on the back or side of the TV. Because when you suddenly need to connect things like Chromecast, Apple TV, Cable TV box, PEO TV box and your portable hard drives, these ports are very much needed.
- Smart TV? what is that?
Unlike other TVs, we can network through smart TVs and support services like YouTube and Netflix. We also have the ability to establish a Wi-Fi connection and get a Skype connection through it.
This type of TV is a bit expensive. But with good credit, you might find exactly what you need.
- Cheap goods with hills
The majority of Sri Lankans try to buy more valuable things with less money. So the merchants who know about this are the exporters who are importing cheap branded TVs from countries like China and Vietnam in bulk. Then it will be very easy to sell at a lower price in Sri Lanka. But longevity is not so reliable.
- Do not pick up oranges
Do not try to buy the biggest TV you have, no matter how much money you have. If you do not have enough room. Your seat should be at least a little behind to catch the eye of a big TV. Or it’s like he bought an ODC 1st Class ticket and watched a movie.