5 things you should know before buying your next TV
Ultra-high brightness ratings are often touted as the only indicator of a good TV. While attractive at rst sight, details and color accuracy can get washed out because of it. Also, looking at an overly bright screen for prolonged periods can result in eye fatigue. So, before you spend money on a TV, here’s everything else you should be looking out for to make your investment truly worthwhile.
1. RICH AND ACCURATE COLORS AFFECT WHAT YOU CAN SEE
Having richer and more accurate colors actually affects what you can and can’t see on a display. LG Super UHD TVs are composed of Nano Cells, uniform, 1nm particles that create high color accuracy. The Nano Cells absorb surplus light wavelengths and thus enhance the purity of the colors.
The Nano Cells improve color gamut and accuracy, and as a result, the LG Super UHD TVs reveal a billion vibrant colors, substantially more than conventional TVs.
2. GET THE MOST FUTURE-PROOF HDR SPECIFICAITONS
LG Super UHD TVs support HDR10 and HLG, as well as Dolby Vision. The most compelling difference between the standards is that Dolby Vision uses dynamic, or continuous metadata, so that color and brightness levels can be adjusted per scene, or per frame, for a perfect HDR viewing experience. HDR10 uses static metadata that is only sent once.
3. LOOK FROM ALL SIDES
It’s important to look at a TV’s display from the sides as well as the front; while most TVs will look good straight on, some will falter from the sides. Image quality can drop so noticeably that certain details will ‘disappear‘ as you move from the front to the sides.
LG’s Super UHD TVs display zero color distortion across wider viewing angles, so you’ll be able to see accurate color and details even from the sides.
4. LISTEN TO MORE SOUNDS
LG’s Super UHD TVs feature dynamic sound designed by audio experts harman/kardon. The TVs have been custom tuned to deliver sound that expands throughout the space with clarity and depth.
5. TRY USING IT
LG’s Super UHD TVs ship with webOS 3.5, an easy to use operating system (OS). Not only is it fun and colorful, it’s designed to help you easily get to where you want to go.
The Magic Remote especially deserves special mention, it lets you point, click and scroll the TV, like a wireless mouse for the TV. Using it to quickly glide between characters on the screen keyboard is a lot easier than tapping on the d-pad again and again.
Check out the LG Super UHD TV rst
With all these buying tips on hand, make a bee line for the LG 55” Super UHD TV 55SJ85OT when you’re at the store.
Its Nano Cell Display creates accurate colors with a wide viewing angle, it can produce more than a billion rich colors and has HDR support for Dolby Vision, plus it comes with powerful sound that’s co-designed by harman/kardon, and ships with the intuitive webOS 3.5.