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TV help and advice

Let's talk light-emitting diodes. What's the difference between QLED and OLED?

Catch up on BBC iPlayer or enjoy Netflix, here's our run through of the latest Smart TVs

Want to know your Full HD from your 4K Ultra HD and HDR? Read on to find out about picture quality

6 top tips to consider when it comes to buying a new TV including screen size, picture quality and installation

With so much top telly to watch, upgrading your old TV will give you a front row seat of the action. Whether it’s the best sport matches on Sky Sports and Pay Per View or recreating that cinema feeling from your sofa, we have a great range of 4K Ultra HD TVs and Smart TVs from top brands.
If you’re after a new Samsung TV, check out the latest QLED range. These sets are packed with an array of Quantum Dot Light Emitting Diodes, which offer a broader range of contrasting colours. Each pixel can control the exact shade of colour rather than needing to be backlit. This gives you incredible detailed viewing. Samsung also lead the way with Smart TVs with their Smart Hub the first to offer BBC iPlayer, 4oD (now All 4) ITV Player (now ITV hub) and Demand 5 (now My 5) in the UK. The slick Smart Hub also hosts a wide range of box office thrillers, games and catch up apps including Netflix. However one noticeable app missing is Now TV. So if you’re a fan of catching up on Sky exclusives like Game of Thrones, you’ll need a Sky or Virgin Media bundle to keep watching.
Elsewhere Sony Bravia TVs have been synonymous with quality viewing since 2005. The latest 4K Ultra HD TVs squeeze out a greater range of colours thanks to High Dynamic Range (HDR). A new Sony TV also offers plenty of power when it comes to catch-up apps as the service is provided by Android TV. This clever interface gives you all the catch up apps you’d expect and plenty of content from Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc. Another bonus is the integration with YouView giving you 7 day scroll back along with the ability to pause, rewind and record. Youview also offers BBC iPlayer, All 4, ITV Hub and My 5. For a top of the range screen a Sony OLED TV delivers breathtaking views from an incredibly thin screen. An OLED TV has a far quicker response time meaning colours can change instantly. This gives you a sharper view whether you’re watching a nature documentary, action film or the big match.
LG offer something for everyone. Their entry level Smart TVs are powered by WebOS. This easy to use Smart interface sees all your favourite catch-up apps displayed in a scroll-through bar on the bottom of your screen so you can find Netflix, Skype and YouTube with single swipe of your remote. One app not on an LG TV this year is Spotify, which may disappoint music fans. At the top of the range in the category of dream TVs, LG has launched the Signature Wallpaper OLED TV. This seriously impressive screen will set you back well over £5,000 and is so thin that it comes with a separate hub that houses Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos quality speaker.
Other brands to look out for include our range of Panasonic 4K Ultra HD TVs and our new range of Hisense 4K Ultra HD TVs. Panasonic’s Smart interface is powered by Mozilla Firefox giving you a super fast Smart TV that is easy to navigate and customise. Meanwhile Hisense offer great looking affordable models that are packed with technology.
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