Remember your first color television? It was the talk of the town and the height of sophistication, TV was an event then for which you gladly changed your diary; and viewing on demand would have seemed like a distant dream, ridiculous even. Well, technology’s moved on a step or two since then and “the box” has been transformed. Now hd tv has come to the fore, and you can dive into a whole new world of television viewing.
Samsung Blaze A Colorful Trail
Samsung sets the standard when it comes to hdtv s with their Q9F QLED TV. What another TV acronym we hear you gasp? – yes, we’re afraid so, and this one stands for “quantum dot light-emitting diode”, it doesn’t exactly trip off the tongue so let’s just call it “dot-tastic”.
All you need to know is that it’s mostly fabulous. If you’ve always had a penchant for a technicolor film (and who doesn’t love the golden years of Hollywood?), then this TV could be to your liking, for Samsung deliver a bright, bold, colorful world direct to your living room. It’ll just be sitting there, singing a rainbow, whatever the weather’s like outside.
Moreover, you won’t have to compromise on style, as this tv sports a chic, sleek industrial design, that looks as good from the back as it does from the front, which must be unique amongst televisions. Plus, you won’t find a tangle of ugly cabling at the base, (doesn’t that always spoil the look?) as that side of things is kept to a minimum.
Any gripes? Well it’s certainly not the cheapest option of course, and you wouldn’t expect it with such cutting edge technology, plus some say that viewing from too sharp an angle disappoints, you are best off being front and centre when you take your seat. However, overall, the positives of this model far outweigh any negatives.
Panasonic Powers In
Indulge yourself with one of the best hdtv s you’ll find, the Panasonic TX-58DX802B, which delivers the whole package from an ultra HD image to superb sound quality, all at a great price. Moreover, the pared down style strikes a fresh note, which is difficult to do in the flooded world of the television market, the distinctive style won’t be to everyone’s taste, but what design which breaks away from the mainstream ever does? In short, Panasonic deals an ace with this tv, with a hand that contains a perfect combination of style and performance - a rare thing indeed.
Philips Paints A Perfect Picture
However, once it’s up and running, the Philips 65PUS7601 achieves a great picture quality, though some have bemoaned the complexity of the set-up process. Once you’re over this initial hurdle, it’ll transform your viewing, with a multitude of RGB LEDS that provide ambient lighting around your TV, making for a more immersive experience. Moreover, the large screen has a surprisingly small footprint, thanks to its well thought out design so that it won’t take up too much room.
Sony Step Up To The Mark
We’re almost at the finish line, but we can’t complete this overview without a mention of the Sony Bravia 55XE90, which won’t disappoint. This HDTV doesn’t sport the brightness of some of the other models mentioned here, but it performs well in other ways, from the excellent audio to the good motion pictures. A premium product at a less than premium price, really all we can say is bravo Sony, step up and take a bow.
Your New HD TV
From the modish designs to the high def cable, your new hd tv will cast a spell that will put the magic back into your television viewing – just like it used to do all those years ago.