Choosing the Right TV

Choosing the Right TV

Understanding the Basics

Understanding the Basics


  • LED uses brighter, smaller LED bulbs to light up the picture. LEDs cost a bit more, but are sharper, much thinner and offer great color.

  • Plasmas use a different technology that makes them heavier and thicker, but they’re less expensive and many feel they have the deepest blacks and best contrast.

Understanding the Basics

Other Details to Consider

Other Details to Consider

More Questions to Ask

More Questions to Ask


  • Does the TV compensate for ambient light levels, getting brighter when the room is brightly lit?

  • Can the TV connect to computers and smartphones directly? TVs equipped with Samsung’s AllShare technology handle that chore with ease.

  • Is a standard remote control the only navigation option, or can I use physical gestures to control my TV, as you can with Samsung’s Gesture Control system?

  • Can the TV be upgraded without replacing the entire unit, as with Samsung's Evolution Kit?

Key Points to Remember

Key Points to Remember


  • Get a rough idea of your ideal TV size by measuring your room before you go shopping.

  • LED TVs are brighter and thinner, while plasma TVs are more affordable.

  • Even if you don’t need 3D today, maybe you’ll want it in the future.

  • Don’t just look at the TV you want; listen to it, too.

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