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There are so many great reasons to invest in a bigger, better television right now. For sports fans, the college football championship and NFL playoffs are coming up, as is the NHL season, and basketball is already in full swing. If you’re a movie buff, Warner Brothers studio will be releasing all 2021 films in theaters and to stream on HBO Max simultaneously, so you won’t have to wait to enjoy the very latest releases at home. And with a plethora of other streaming options at your fingertips, including Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and more there’s an almost endless supply of video content available.
The hunt for a new TV can seem a bit daunting, though, as current models come in all kinds of sizes, with many different technologies, features and price points. Here’s a few simple guidelines to make your search a little easier.
Most of us have been spending significantly more time at home this year, and that trend will most likely continue for awhile . With the holidays upon us, now is the perfect time to update elements of your audio/video system to meet the needs of the whole family. Whether you add better speakers or a bigger TV to your home theater, a new turntable for your old holiday records or wireless speakers for more rooms, you can make quick upgrades that make a big impact on any budget.
1. Switch to Premium Speakers
The easiest way to improve the audio quality of your music or surround system is by adding better speakers
Now through Thursday, September 10th, purchase a 65" TV or larger and receive a $799 Denon Soundbar for $99.
In-stores only. Must take delivery within 14 days of TV availability. Does not apply to prior purchases or contracted projects. Valid September 3rd through September 10th.
Denon DHT-S516H Soundbar and Wireless Subwoofer with Built-in HEOS retail value: $799
The Denon DHT-S516H features bi-amplified mid-woofers and tweeters with advanced DSP processing, Hi-Res audio playback support, plus a powerful wireless subwoofer. Enjoy single-wire connection to your TV with included HDMI input and output with Audio Return Channel (ARC). Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus and DTS decoding for immersive sound. Stream your favorite music services wirelessly with HEOS Built-in, AirPlay 2 and Bluetooth. Hands-free convenience thanks to Amazon Alexa voice control. All cables are included for simplified setup.
Five things to remember
Whether as a gift or for yourself, the holidays are the best time of the year to purchase a television as a gift during the holiday season is guaranteed to put a giant smile on the face of your friend or loved one. Between sports lovers, film buffs, and those who enjoy a weekend of binging their favorite streaming series, just about anyone would be thrilled to unwrap a new television. When you are planning to purchase a TV as a gift, there are a handful of factors you should learn about and consider. While the list may be a bit more complicated than your typical holiday gift guide, it is most definitely worth it. Here is a short list of the main factors you should consider when shopping for that new big screen...
- Screen Size: One of the most common items on any TV buying guide, screen size depends mostly on preference and the planned use of the television. If the recipient of your gift is going to mount the TV on thei
In this preview from our upcoming Source Book, longtime industry veteran Gordon Shackelford takes us through the process of choosing a new television...Read more »
How to buy a TVLooking for a new television just isn't as simple as it should be. The jargon of television specifications on its own is enough to intimidate almost anyone. Current models come in all kinds of sizes, with many features and price points. We will endeavor to provide you a framework by which to make your choice for a new TV as well-informed as possible.How big? The first thought that crosses the television buyer's mind is How big of a TV do I want and how much will it cost? In 1983 the standard size of the typical television was 25 inches. A Research reveals that number is now in the 55 to 65-inch range. These large sets a