Understanding TV features and terms
TV companies are always coming up with new terms to describe their latest and greatest features, but do you really know what all those acronyms stand for? Here's a quick cheat sheet to help you understand how those features affect your viewing experience.
Most TVs on the market are actually LED and since they've become so popular, they are available in a wide array of sizes and price points. The decades old technology that goes into LED translates to a brighter display with more contrast, which means a more realistic display. Plus, LED TVs bright screens mean you can still see the screen even when watching in a sunny room.
Also known as ultra high definition (UHD), 4K televisions have four times the pixels of a standard television. That's important because more pixels mean a sharper picture and finer details. 4K TVs are known for their vibrant colors, making them perfect for watching the big game or your favorite movie.
HDR, or high dynamic range, allows your screen to display a broader array of colors and produces more accurate black, which means you'll be able to make out everything on the screen while watching dimly lit dramas or scary movies.
Smart TVs allow you to watch all of your favorite shows and stream videos through apps like YouTube and Netflix by connecting to WiFi. If movie marathons and binge-watching TV is your thing, you'll love the convenience of a Smart TV.
At Aaron's, we want to make sure you have access to only the best and most recent in technology. That's why ALL of our televisions are connected (or Smart) and have 4K/UHD LED screens.