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You may be a layman consumer or an experienced head, but the increasing options in brand names and technologies has made it highly impossible to make a perfect choice when purchasing a new TV.
In addition to this, the biggest challenge is to comprehend the product features in accordance to its price tag. The fact is that there are simply too many questions in mind that you ultimately end up getting swayed by brand popularity and end up purchasing a TV which might be technologically inferior.
If you are looking to purchase a perfect TV for your home without wasting your money or compromising on your requirements, here are some factors that you actually need to consider.
Should you choose LED, LED or Plasma display?
As per the expert, Plasma as the best performer as the color output and dark levels are superior to when compared to LCD's and LED's. This was true with the old generation models. The latest generation of LED's feature advanced panels and these have the ability to produce brighter and more vivid pictures with comparable blacks. The thing that you need to understand is that upgrading to an LCD TV is a basic upgrade whereas a Plasma display is a giant leap as it renders enhanced picture quality. The LED displays strike a balance between looks and visual output.
The picture quality matters a lot
Picture quality is the most important factor that has to be given utmost significance. There's nothing called the best TV in the market. You need to imagine how a TV will perform considering the screen gloss, color output, frame rate, black levels, and input lag while gaming through a console.
What's your preference - HD or 3D?
The 3D ability of a TV could be the next major concern. There are two groups and some say that 3D is nothing more than an expensive gimmick while the others say that 3D is a good add-on feature. In fact, 3D is an extra layer of icing that will give you an enhanced viewing experience. It is a way to future-proof your investment when purchasing a new TV.
The 'Smart' might lure you
The Smart tag might actually lure you, but it is all based on your personal preference. If you are one who just one simply views TV, then a basic HDTV should be enough. However, a Smart TV comes with connectivity options such as Wi-Fi, WiDi, DLNA and Smart Share and it will become a centralized display and operation hub for most small gadgets that you own. A cheaper alternative without the connectivity options and a Smart TV Box might make a better option too.
Don't forget to check the price and after sales service
The price tag that the TV carries is very important. These days, consumers have become too conscious and cautious about the product purchases. You need to spend some time in analyzing the deals available and go through the forums to get an idea about the after sales service and customer grievance solution time of the brands you are interested in.