Television Buying Guides Helps Customers to know about different TV Brands & its Features

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The Television Guide is really helpful for the customers as it provides unique information’s about different types of TVs brands with its advanced features and qualities. They differ in screen size & requirement, picture quality, display resolution, connectivity and features and all the TVs brands vary according to these features. The Sony LED TVs different features may vary in screen size, display resolution, picture quality etc. from other brands. According to advanced features and qualities, prices may vary and online research will be highly beneficial and totally stress free for the customers to take decision and as a result both money and time will be saved.

The Vu TV brands different features, specialties, qualities which are as follows:

Features of Different Types of TVs Brands

  • Types of Screens


            These sets of LED use Light Emitting Diodes to light up the LCD screen. The higher end models of LEDs are arranged in form of a grid behind the screen while the lower end models use LEDs only on the edges of the screen.


            LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display and it has a flat screen which can block or pass the light.


                                     It has new type of screen technology which offers best picture quality having Ultra- HD 4K resolution which makes its price shoot up to higher range.


                 The PLASMA screen type has highly advanced technology as compared to LCD or LED and they are manufactured in sizes 40 inches & above. The gases in plasma form are injected and sealed in between 2 glasses sheets.


                It makes use of Quantum dot technology and produces better color volume along with higher brightness.

  • Display Resolution

*ULTRA HD or 4 K Resolutions

                 The ULTRA HD or 4K resolutions has very high pixel density and has resolution of 3840*2160. Thus it is very expensive as compared to other display resolution TVs.

*HD Ready/ 720

                  It has the average pixel density and is more economical then ULTRA HD or Full HD. Its resolution is 1280*720.

*HD Ready/ 1080

                  It has high pixel density having resolution of 1280*720 and its price is also reasonable.

  1. Picture Quality

*Contrast Ratio

               The contrast ratio is the difference between brightest and the darkest image a TV can create. If the contrast ratio is bad then the quality of picture will be faded.

*Refresh Rate

               The refresh rate specifies the number of times the picture on the screen is refreshed per second. The standard refresh rate is 60 Hz/second but the image looks blurred while newer models have of LED & LCD TVs have refresh rate of 120 Hz.

*Color Reproduction

               Color reproduction is the quality or ability of TV to produce realistic images by the creation of enough colors.

  • Connectivity



                    As the number of HDMI port increases, connectivity becomes easy.

*USB Port

                    The USB Port is very helpful and useful to play the contents directly from external hard drives and pen drives.

*SD Card Slot

                       It helps to shift the content to the pen drive or external hard disc can be skipped. The photos or videos can be viewed on the big screen directly by using DSLRs.

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