Although it is still early for 2019, we can already say that this year will be one of the best for televisions. We had our first look at this year’s futuristic flat screens at the beginning of January at CES 2019 Samsung, LG and Sony have come up for us later this year.
The first of these screens, the Samsung Q90, is now available and is one of the first TV competitors of the year. While we hope that LG arrives with its revenge with its line of OLED screens 2019, if you want something right now, Samsung is the way to go.
However, if you’ve decided to buy Sony, LG Vizio or LG last year, that’s fine. Below, you will find your list of the best screens at this time, along with your key specifications, while the second page will teach you more about what makes the TV work and why these specifications are so important.
Top 10 Large Screen Tv
- HDR Plus: See movies and shows just as the director intended in stunning high dynamic range.
- Ultra Slim Array: The Ultra Slim Array dynamically fine tunes the deepness of the blacks, to the brightness of...
- 4K UHD Processor: A powerful processor optimizes your TV's performance with 4K picture quality
- HDR: See shades of color that reveal more detail than HDTV can deliver
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- The screen surface provides a 1.1 gain and an exceptionally wide viewing angle at 160 degrees with no...
- Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 49.1" x 28.5" x 3", TV with stand: 49.1" x 30.8" x 8.7"
- Smart functionality offers access to over 4,000 streaming channels featuring more than 450,000 movies and TV...
- Toshiba 4K UHD Smart TV - Fire TV Edition delivers true-to-life 4K Ultra HD picture quality with over 8...
- With the Fire TV experience built-in, enjoy tens of thousands of channels, apps, and Alexa skills, including...
- active HDR 4K
- webOS 4.0.Diagonal Size69.5 inches
- 4K ULTRA HD: 4K Resolution with High Dynamic Range for incredible detail, brightness, and clarity
- LIFELIKE CONTRAST: Take non-HDR content to the next level with the X1 processor and 4K X-Reality Pro
- Enjoy millions of shades of color, fine tuned to create an incredibly vibrant picture
- Smooth action on fast-moving content
- PurColor: Enjoy millions of shades of color, fine tuned to create an incredibly vibrant picture
- Motion Rate 120: Smooth action on fast-moving content
- Dimensions (w x H x D): TV without stand: 57.2" x 32.8" x 2.8", TV with stand: 57.2" x 35.0" x 11.6"
- Smart Functionality offers access to thousands of streaming channels featuring more than 500, 000 movies and...
What types of television are out there?
There are many different types, all working in different ways to produce the same results. Each technology has its own unique strengths and weaknesses, so here are some basic aspects to consider:
LCD TV: CCFL
A few years ago, all LCD TVs were backlit by CCFL (cold fluorescent cathode) lamps always on. This age has been replaced by the superior LED method on more expensive sets, but it is still standard on some cheaper models.
LED TV: Direct LED
These screens are illuminated by a series of LEDs (light-emitting diodes) directly behind the screen. This allows localized dimming – adjacent areas of brightness and darkness effectively. LED TVs are also more efficient and capable of a wider color gamut than CCFL games. Due to the extreme cost of LED arrays, cheaper televisions usually use LED-edge illuminated screens on Direct or Full-Array screens.
LED TV: Edge LED
With these televisions, the backlight LEDs are mounted along the edges of the panel. This arrangement allows a radically better display and offers contrast levels higher than CCFL, but can achieve the same image quality as LED bed sets directly. However, they are more likely to use this technology than most televisions.
The backlight on OLED (organic light-emitting diode) is achieved by passing an electric current through an electroluminescent and emissive film. This technique is much better and more flexible and flexible. This LG, Sony, Philips, and Panasonic have adopted it in their most emblematic sets.
Quantum Dot is the great game in space Samsung LED TV. With this, the brand says that it is possible to produce more of LG and Sony while offering even brighter panels. LG Super UHD TVs use a variation of Quantum Dot’s Nano Cell, and Hisense manufactures several Quantum Dot TVs for the United States and China.
Plasma has been completely removed at this time, but PDP (plasma screen panel) TVs use glass panels that contain millions of tiny cells with a mixture of inert gases. Electricity excites the gases, which causes the pixels on the screen to light up. Plasma, although it could be said to be superior to LCD in terms of contrast and color accuracy, is only viable on large screens (42in +) by all, except a handful of manufacturers. You’ll be lucky to find one on the shelves these days.
Some manufacturers are now making televisions that have slightly curved screens. But unlike the old CRT TVs, the curve is inward rather than outward. The idea is that this makes each pixel equidistant from its eyes, providing a more satisfactory image. However, there are drawbacks to this type of screen: if you want to do that, you need to know more or more than about 40 degrees, the curve clearly begins to affect the geometry of the image. Compressing the center of the image.
What resolution technology should I look for?
HD TVs come in two resolutions. Sets with the Ready for HD should be able to display a minimum image of 720p, and have a screen resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. Meanwhile, Full HDTVs have a higher resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. It is highly recommended that you do not want to get out of your way in this day and age, and you should really be looking for 4K games.
Ultra HD and 4K Ultra HD
resolution is exactly four times higher than Full HD: 3840 x 2160. 4K TVs will be good for raising the HD video scale to Ultra HD, but there are currently some options for viewing native 4K content, but the US terrestrial stations. UU. They have yet to adopt it as the new standard. Read more about 4K.
The next big news on TVs, the HDR produces amazing levels of visual fidelity and can be found on some of the latest Ultra HD TVs. HDR is a technology and a standard. The content must be mastered in HDR and you need HDR TV to watch it. However, what HDR offers is worth the extra steps to get it: you will see more contrast and more realistic colors.
What should I consider?
The features are too many to enter, but here are some things to consider.
Viewing photos: If you have a digital camera, you have a memory card slot or a USB socket for a card reader that will allow you to view your photos on the screen.
Contrast: Bright whites should have no signs of green, pink or blue, while blacks should look solid and not washed, gray, green or blue.
colors: Look how bright and solid they are; How silent are its edges; how rich and saturated areas and natural skin appearances look, especially in dark scenes.
Good detail: How much texture does the screen give? Does a tree look like a green lump or can you see the individual leaves?
Edges: Check for ghost images, bright halos, and irregularities, especially around curves.
Movement: Check moving objects and the fast camera to see if there are spots or blurring, traces, jolts, and sharp noises.
Image of artifacts: Look for blockages, colored bands, streaks, spots, tracking points: any aspect that appears to have been added by the image processing of the TV or by a weak TV tuner. Tinker with a TV image before making a final decision. Factory settings are rarely good for daily viewing.