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LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) 

LCD is commonly used across basic flat panel TVs, so the technology is well-developed and very affordable. Backlights in the TV shine through LCD pixels creating the picture, but the technology is limited in its depth of colour and blacks tend to look a bit grey, but for an affordable TV – LCD can’t be beaten. 


LED (Light Emitting Diode) 

LED TVS are LCD TVS but instead of using a traditional backlight they use an array of LED to shine through the LCD panel. The crisp light from the LEDs improves brightness and contrast, and reduced energy usage, making them a worthwhile upgrade over basic LCD models. Higher-end LCD TVs offer better brightness, color, and contrast than their budget-oriented siblings do, and the best LCD TVs can almost match OLED TVs in quality—for a more tolerable price.


QLED (Quantum dot Light

                 Emitting Diode) 

QLED TVs are the latest form of LED TV that use an extra layer of Quantum dots between the LEDs and LCD panel. These dramatically improve colour and contrast, delivering a tremendous improvement in picture quality over a basic LED TV, while keeping energy consumption low. 


OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) 

Each pixel in an OLED TV is a small organic LED that is individually lit, coloured, or shut off to form the image. OLED pictures will wow even the most critical viewer with stunning colours, deep blacks and unbeatable contrast, but OLED TVs don’t come cheap and energy consumption is higher than QLED. 

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4K, 8K or 1080p?

Resolution describes the number of pixels that make up the picture on a display, in terms of horizontal rows and vertical columns. More pixels translate into sharper picture and finer details, so higher resolution is (almost always) better.

For many years, the 1920 x 1080 resolution, also called full HD, has been the standard. However, TV manufacturers are rapidly shifting to Ultra HD sets (also called 4K). These 4K models have four times the number of pixels as current HDTV screens. We’re talking 2,160 horizontal lines, or 3840 x 2160 pixels. 8k TV's are also now available on the market in which they have up to 7680 x 4320 pixels!. 

Deciding on

what screen size to buy

Screen sizes now are made so much more compact now than they used to be. A modern day 32 - 55 inch TV will have a smaller surround around the outside than what it would have been 

15 years ago. With screens now being so much more compact, the amount of screen size options are a bit more limited too what they used to be. The following sizes are what are now available in Television options. For more information on deciding on how to measure up and deciding on what screen size would be best for you, please read further on down. 

Screen size

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70 - 80



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How to measure a TV screen

Freesat or Freeview?

Freeview currently offers 70+ channels, including 15 HD channels and 32 radio stations. However, the channels you get depend on what area you’re in.

Freesat offers 170+ TV channels, including 30 radio stations and 25 HD channels1 no matter where you are in the UK or the Channel Islands.

One key difference between Freesat and Freeview is the way channels arrive at your TV. With Freesat, broadcasts are delivered via satellite, while Freeview broadcasts are via aerials from transmission towers across the UK.  

Both have their benefits depending on where you’re based, and both still require a set top box or a television with Freeview or Freesat built in, but for Freesat you’ll need a satellite dish installed. So, if you’re considering Freeview, it’s well worth checking the reception quality in your area by checking where the closest TV transmitter is.  

Features to consider when deciding on what TV is right for. 


Keep an eye out for TV models with

Dolby Atmos as they provide cinematic sound quality making you feel as if you're really where you're watching. If the sound output on the set you purchase needs a bit of a boost, then why not look into purchasing an additional sound bar?


A smart TV gives you access to on demand subscription services like Netflix and catch up shows on hubs like BBC IPlayer via your internet connection without the need to record anything and no need to rely anymore on additional recordable devices.

HDMI ports

The more HDMI slots a set has, the more devices you'll be able to connect to your TV. If you're looking to purchase a higher spec TV with a decent refresh rate, then we advise purchasing a specific HDMI cable which supports 4K picture and a high refresh rate. 

Refresh rate

Refresh rates matter most while watching action movies, sports, and fast-paced gaming. For most users, a TV, projector, or monitor that can produce 60Hz or 120Hz refresh rate is more than enough, but for anyone who watches a lot of action or is a gamer, 120Hz is the minimum you should choose.

4K models have four times the number of pixels as current HDTV screens. We’re talking 2,160 horizontal lines, or 3840 x 2160 pixels.


Tuners are quite important to take into consideration when buying a new TV as they determine where your channel source comes from. If you have a satellite on your roof only rather than an aerial, then you'll need to make sure you buy a tv with built in freesat or a separate set-top box in order to access freesat coverage.  

Wide viewing angle

Have you thought about how far away from your TV you'll be sitting along with the angle yourself or others will be viewing your screen from?. A lot of high spec modern TV's have wide angle views built into them which allows you or any company to be able to see what's on the screen from any angle or distance without losing quality. 

Recommended viewing distance for your TV

Screen size 









Viewing distance

1.07 m (3.5 ft)

1.37 m (4.5 ft)

1.53 m (5.0 ft)

1.68 m (5.5 ft)

1.98 m (6.5 ft)

2.29 m (7.5 ft)

2.59 m (8.5 ft)

3 m (9.8 ft)

Can I link up my TV to a HIFI system?

What does HDR stand for? 

HDR is a relatively new feature of 4K Ultra HD sets and it stands for high dynamic range, a reference to its ability to deliver more colors, more contrast levels and increased brightness. HDR is essentially an upgrade of the 4K, or Ultra HD, format (it is not applicable to 1080p HD sets).

Ethernet connection

Bluetooth connectivity 

What is a HDMI cable / connection?

What does OLED stand for? 

Can I still use scart connected devices on a modern TV? 

What does QLED stand for? 

Screen sharing 

What does Neo QLED stand for? 

Neo QLED still has the same quantum dot technology as standard QLED sets, but the backlights have much smaller LEDs, called micro LEDs, which means better contrast and more control over what parts of the screen are lit. This should minimise blooming and light leakage, where brighter sections of the picture bleed into darker ones.

Neo QLEDs are thinner, too, because the LEDs in the backlight are thinner.

What is a USB port?

Lets you connect your TV to your phone or tablet allowing you to play stored media files such as photos and videos. 

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