There a few things to consider before you go about buying OLED televisions. There is the screen size, video quality, design, smart capabilities, input ports, audio and more to consider. Here is some information on what to look for with regards to each of these factors.
If you’re buying an OLED TV, it is better to go big. Depending on your budget you can buy anything from a 65 inch OLED TV, to a 40 inch TV. There may be screen sizes that are bigger, but a 65 inch OLED TV is a size that is incredibly popular, and will definitely fit on a wall without making life difficult.
The best image quality comes from a 4K OLED TV. By definition, a 4k TV has 4 times the number of pixels as a standard HDTV, which is why it gives a much better image. If you’ve got the budget, go for a 4K OLED TV, and you won’t regret it. The visuals are state of the art and will last a long time.
You can choose from a variety of designs, with ultra thin screens, to slightly thicker ones that give some sturdy volume to the TV. The ultra thin cinema screen looks extremely sleek and does not take up much space.
Being able to use a TV that can run Amazon Prime, Netflix etc. without an external port is almost a necessity now. This is why a smart TV is your best investment. Though there are alternatives, you will probably end up investing nearly the same amount of money on your TV.
Depending on how you like to use your TV, this is very important. Make sure it has enough USB ports to help power whatever devices you want plugged in and around the TV. There is also the question of HDMI ports.
If you use consoles, Blu-ray discs etc., it may be a good idea to ensure you have at least 3-4 HDMI ports to support the devices. It is not advisable to keep removing the cable as the chances of port damage increase.
One thing people tend to miss when they do their research for a TV is to forget the importance of good sound. You can fix this by getting external sound devices, but a TV’s sound processor is important.
Look for Dolby Atmos sound with the correct number of channels for the audio system you may want to install in the future. It is usually best to pick a 2.2 or 4.2 channel, to get the right kind of surround sound into your TV experience.