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Published on April 30, 2012

Author: JamesSteele2



A guide on how to pick the right TV for you including advice on picking the right size, screen and ensure it has all the inputs you need.

From Nerd Insider

Choosing the RightTelevisionBuying a new TV is tough as there are somany types and sizes to pick from.You also need to consider the stand andwhat extras you may need.To make it easier we will run down whatyour options are…

SizeThe first thing you need to consider what sizeyou need your computer to be.Work out what size of TV you need for yourroom.Quick Guide: 19-26” for bedroom TVs 32- 42” for most living rooms 46- 60” for the full home cinema experience

Screens: LCD vs. LED vs.PlasmaThe next thing to consider is what type ofscreen you need.There main screen types available areLCD, LED and Plasma.Here is a brief run-down of what you needto know when picking a screen…

Screens: LCD Manufacturers- All Pros  Uses less power than Plasma Cons  Doesn’t work well in bright rooms

Screens: LED Manufacturers- All Pros  Uses less power than LCD Cons  Expensive with no real benefit against LCD

Screens: Plasma Manufacturers- Samsung, Panasonic & LG Pros  Great in dark rooms Cons  Uses a lot of power

Basic Features These are the elements you should look out for in your new TV:  Inputs- You need to make sure you have enough HDMI cables for your satellites box, blue-ray player and video games console  Menus- Look through the menus to ensure it is easy for you to use  Energy Efficiency- This is becoming an important element in technology so check how much power your new TV may consume

ExtrasTV’s these days come with many extras sofind out if it comes with (or could beincluded in your deal):  DVD/ blue-ray player (inbuilt or add on)  Freeview (in-built or add on)  HDMI Cables  Special screen cleaning cloths

3D TV3D TV is the latest innovation in TV but ithas a long way to go before it becomesmainstream.Here is what you need to know: You need 3D glasses to get the experience 3D TV’s can be very expensive 3D TV’s can also play 2D TV Limited 3D content available yet

SourcesIf you need further advice on what TV tobuy, check out these sites: CNET Which? eHow Nerd Insider

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