TVs & Video: Categories
  • TV & Video Specials

  • Televisions

    Shop our selection of LED and plasma TVs, projectors, and accessories to help you get more from your new TV.

  • Blu-ray & DVD Players

    Blu-ray players produce beautifully detailed picture quality with today's high-def TVs. You'll also find "old-school" DVD players here.

  • 4K Ultra HD Media Players

    Watch true 4K content on your new Ultra HD TV with one of these media players.

  • Smart Set-top Boxes

    Shop for Apple TV, TiVo, and other add-ons that make TV viewing better.

  • Cables & Installation

    Shop for HDMI cables, audio patch cables, power protection, and other installation accessories.

  • TV Wall Mounts

    Mount your new flat-panel TV on the wall for a clean look.

  • Furniture

    Shop our selection of attractive, well-built furniture to house your TV and A/V components.

  • Home Remote Controls

    Replace a broken or lost remote, or step up to a universal remote to easily control all your gear with one clicker.

  • Digital Video Recorders (DVRs)

    Record your favorite TV shows, movies, and sporting events for convenient playback whenever you want.

  • Video Processors

    Sophistsicated outboard video processors boost picture performance and give you extra setup flexibility.

  • HDTV Tuners

    Enjoy crisp over-the-air HDTV broadcasts on your TV.

  • Media Servers

    Transfer your entire collection of movie discs to a high-capacity media server for convenient, instant access to your favorites.

  • Samsung Connected Living

    Check out Samsung's connected TVs, Blu-ray players, cameras, and more, for exciting new ways to share your favorite content.

  • Trade in Your Gear

    We've partnered with CExchange® so you can turn your older electronics into Crutchfield Gift Cards.

What is 4K Ultra High Definition TV?Ultra High Definition TVs, often referred to as "4K" TVs, can display four times the detail of typical HDTVs. How noticeable is the improvement? Is there any 4K content available? We'll tackle these questions and more.

LED-LCD vs. PlasmaFlat-panel TVs use either plasma or LED-backlit LCD screen technology. Learn about the pros and cons of both types so you can decide which one's best for you.

Popular Questions and Helpful Ideas
How do I watch Netflix instantly on my TV?

Some Internet-ready TVs, Blu-ray players, and home theater systems give you access to your Netflix® Instant Queue, as well as other popular online movie services. You choose a movie or TV show that you want to watch and it’s ready to go — instantly and without searching for a disc. Movie night with the family has never been so easy. Look for products with a Netflix logo. Find out more in our video about Internet-ready TVs.

What do I need to watch 3D TV?

First, you’ll need a TV screen designed for 3D. You can choose from plasma, LCD, and LED-LCD models. You’ll also get matching 3D glasses for each viewer. To anyone not wearing the right glasses, a 3D TV picture will look blurry and distorted.

Also, while a lot of 3D TVs can turn 2D images into 3D, we recommend using a true 3D video source — like a 3D-capable Blu-ray player playing a 3D movie, or 3D programming from your cable or satellite provider. You should also pick up enough HDMI cables to connect all your 3D gear. Most recent HDMI cables should be up to the job, especially if they're 2 meters or less in length.

Check out 3D TV FAQ or watch our intro to 3D for more info.

Make the most of your HDTV with a Blu-ray player

If you own an HDTV — especially a 1080p model — you should consider a Blu-ray player. They offer a picture better than any other available source, even the best high-definition TV broadcasts. Movies look crisp and clean, with deeper, richer colors than what you've seen with DVD. And many players feature advanced new surround decoding to give movie soundtracks improved levels of clarity and dimensionality. Some newer models also include extra features such as Netflix video streaming and access to interactive "BD-Live" bonus material. Learn more about Blu-ray technology.