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There have been some exciting developments this year that have not only made TV entertainment sharper and more detailed, they have also made the picture more lifelike than ever before.
The three letters on everyone’s lips are H.D.R. This stands for High Dynamic Range, and it’s a breakthrough in picture quality that will not only make your TV brighter with inkier blacks, it will also greatly improve the colour range, giving a picture truer to life than anything that has come before it. Combining the best HDR with the picture quality of 4K will see the introduction of Ultra HD Premium. This badge ensures the highest possible performance, making the TV capable with the very best content from streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime, as well as 4K Blu-ray.
Keep an eye out for OLED TVs too. The TV technology provides incredibly deep blacks and smooth motion, and is now a great alternative to the amazingly vivid and bright LED TVs on the market.
Our in-store teams are standing by to introduce you to the latest TV ranges, so visit your local store to find out more.
2016 sees the development of Samsung’s amazing SUHD TVs with Quantum dot technology. We are used to expecting a lovely bright image from Samsung, the poster company for LED TV technology. What it brings to the table this year is Ultra Black, which absorbs natural light the same way that a moth’s eye enables it to see better at night. This further enhances picture quality with minimal glare.
This season also welcomes the introduction of Samsung’s Internet Of Things to its Smart TV range, including “TV as Hub” support. This will enable you to control various compatible devices around the home. Popcorn time? Dim the lights, shut the blinds and switch on the home cinema system, all at the touch of a button.
For an interactive Smart TV experience that is incredibly intuitive and easy to use, and puts you in complete control, look no further than Samsung’s 2016 TV collection.
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LG is leading the way with OLED TVs, which offer a more natural image with inky-blacks and bright whites. Now OLED has established itself as a very credible alternative, we can expect to see far more affordable models on the market.
If the vivid and bright picture of LED is more your thing, LG have built their Ultra HD ranges with 4K IPS panels, giving incredibly true to life colour reproduction and extremely wide viewing angles.
If you thought that was good, wait until you see its Super UHD range. Packing in all their expertise, the sets feature ColourPrime Plus, which produces a wider colours pallet than every before. Look for the Super UHD logo and you can be assured of native 4K resolution and amazingly vivid HDR support.
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Panasonic have a TV for every home. Their range includes some great Full-HD TVs, with high contrast and Smart features as standard. They also cater for the more discerning, with 4K Ultra HD plus HDR support in its 7 series and above. It was the first manufacturer to gain the coveted Ultra HD Premium certification, so you know it takes image quality seriously!
Likewise, Panasonic was the first on the block to include Freeview Play in its TVs, and you can be sure to find the easy to use catch-up TV service in many of its 2016 TVs. You’ll also find a Firefox web browser, plus pause & rewind* of live TV on many of their sets. Not to mention THX certification on its 8 series and above, which is only awarded to the best of the best.*External USB hard drive required.
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It’s no surprise Sony shot straight out of the blocks in 2016 with a range of TVs that tick all the right boxes; Great looks, stunning picture and amazing sound.
It continues its partnership with Android, and has worked with the smartphone company for a second year in a row for its Smart TV interface, ideal for complete Smart compatibility, such as Google Cast to instantly stream your smartphone or table to the TV. Android TV also happens to be even more customisable this year. Gamers out there will also be delighted to hear about Sony’s PlayStation Now feature – making it possible to play your favourite games without the need of a separate console.
A veritable menagerie of technological features pop up on its 2016 TVs too. These include local backlight dimming for incredible black levels, and Triluminous colour for (you guessed it) incredible colour reproduction.
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