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Popular questions customers ask

There are two main types of TVs, LED and OLED. LED TVs use a backlight behind the screen. That makes them brighter, so they're a good choice for rooms with a lot of sunlight. OLED TVs don't need a backlight because their pixels are self-lighting. Their superior picture contrast and black levels make them look amazing.

When it comes to TV screen size, "bigger is better" is a good rule of thumb. Viewing distance plays an important role. You want your TV to be big enough so you don't miss out on any picture details from where you're sitting.

Smart TVs have Wi-Fi and built-in apps for streaming movies and TV shows directly from subscription services like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu. Most smart TVs also have built-in support for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant voice control.

A 4K TV will let you take full advantage of the great-looking 4K streaming content available through popular streaming services. 4K TVs support HDR (High Dynamic Range), which boosts contrast and color for a more lifelike picture. They can also upscale non-4K video content for the best possible picture.

Mounting your TV involves locating and drilling into wall studs and using basic tools like a socket wrench and bubble level. It's a good idea to have a friend or partner on hand to help with parts of the job. Our DIY guide contains a video that should help you decide whether you're up to the task.