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Buying a TV - Part 2

Buying a TV - Part 2

Lowes has plenty of TV’s you choose from and with a Lowes Money Off Coupon from We Are Coupons you can save money on the TV you want. You'll need to do your research before you make a major purchase like a new TV. It's not always a good idea to rush and buy a TV at once. If you take the time to research what you are looking for, it is possible to save significant money or get more for your money by choosing your TV wisely.




It is recommended you buyin a 4K TV that has HDR. You'll also hear it called UltraHD or UHD. Although it will cost you more upfront than a full HD (1080p TV), this is not a place to cut corners. The 4K screen has more pixels, which means that picture quality is better. This is because there are more 4K content providers. An 8K TV could provide better picture quality, but we do not recommend it until the price of content becomes more affordable.

Smart TVs

Most TVs on the market today can be described as smart TVs. This means that they are Wi-Fi-enabled. However, not all TVs are created equal. Every TV interface is different, so you might notice that some TVs have apps for Netflix and Hulu as well as HBO Max, Disney+ and Disney+. Some interfaces are more integrated than others, while others may be missing some or offer a more difficult way to find what you need. You don't have to love the interface of a TV if it offers everything you need. An inexpensive media streaming device, or media box, can be purchased that supports your preferred streaming platforms such as Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV Stick. You can even find great streaming services.

Refresh Rate

To ensure sharp images and smooth motion pictures, the refresh rate of your TV, which is the rate at which a new image appears on the screen every second, should be less than 120Hz.


 Pay attention to the number of ports that your TV has. Experts at the Good Housekeeping Institute recommend that you have at least four ports to connect to your TV, gaming consoles, laptops and cable boxes as well as Blu-ray players and Blu-ray players. HDMI 2.1 offers a bonus because it can provide higher resolutions and refresh rates than HDMI 2.0. You may not need as many ports but you can save money by selecting a model that has fewer connectivity options.

Screen size

You should measure your space in order to ensure that the TV fits, but there is no limit to its size. A 55-65 inch TV is the best choice if you are buying one for your living room. When it comes to TVs, larger is always better!


In tests, OLED technology generally outperformed the LED sets. OLED technology is very similar to LED, but it uses a self-illuminating screen rather than backlighting. OLED displays true black colors at a faster rate, has better contrast and lighting and offers better viewing angles. These TVs are lighter and thinner, and draw less power. An LED TV is an option if OLED sets are beyond your budget. QLED TVs can also be a great compromise, as they are similar to LED screens but with a brighter screen.

Audio When shopping for a TV make sure you check the quality of the audio. To get the best sound quality and picture quality on your TV, you may need to consider the cost of a soundbar.


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