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We get it—the last thing you want is a mini math course to interrupt the thrill of television shopping. Industry terms are intimidating at first, but they essentially come down to pixel count and light display.
Simply put, a television’s resolution is defined by the number of pixels that run across a grid on the screen. While the pixel count determines how sharp an image looks, other factors that go into image display—such as color saturation and contrast—are also worth considering.
TVs come in the following native resolutions:
Nope. Instead, a larger screen has wider pixel density. This is only evident when looking at the screen close up and is actually handy for larger rooms where furniture is placed further away the TV (but not so ideal for smaller rooms).
The good news is all modern televisions are substantially better than TVs from even a decade ago (we’re talking plasma).
As you might’ve guessed,
By using backlight illumination,
As a result, with an OLED TV, you can expect:
However, these are not as bright as LCD; we suggest using an OLED in darker rooms, away from the glare of sunlight. On the bright side, this often means a longer lifetime for your investment. In fact,
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