How To Choose the Right TV for Your Home

This guide will cover how to choose the right TV for your home and help you pick a new Mitchell and Brown TV to suit you. It can be an exciting task, but also an overall overwhelming choice. With the wide range of features that Mitchell and Brown TV have, it is crucial to know what each feature does and why, so that you can get the best out of your TV and purchase the perfect one for you. In this guide, we will be exploring and explaining what each of the key features does and why they are important in your decision-making.

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How to Choose the Right TV
Which TV Is Best for You?

The first step in determining which Mitchell and Brown TV is best for you is to consider how you plan on using the TV screen. Are you a movie enthusiast, a series binger or a console gamer? Each of these screens uses will slightly change which type of attributes you might prioritise when shopping around for the features that best fit your needs. For example, if you enjoy gaming and action-packed movies, look for a TV with high refresh rates and a low input lag.

The Best TV Screen Size and Resolution

The resolution and screen size of the Mitchell and Brown TV you choose will have a significant impact on your viewing experience. To help choose the right screen size, you want to measure the available space and consider the viewing distance from the couch, to work out the perfect screen size for the available space.

The distance ratio for the perfect distance between you and your Mitchell and Brown TV is around 1.5 and 2.5 times the diagonal width of the screen. Meaning that if you have a 40” TV, the distance between where you are sitting, and the Mitchell and Brown TV should be about 5 to 8.5 feet in distance.

Mitchell and Brown offer a variety of screen sizes, ranging from a more compact model for smaller rooms such as a bedroom to a larger screen for a more immersive experience.

Additionally, you need to pick a screen resolution that aligns with your preferences. The difference between screen resolutions is the amount of pixels, and the more pixels the screen has, the higher the quality of the image. For example, an HD is 1920 x 1090 pixels and a 4K resolution would be 3840 x 2160 totalling over 8 million pixels ultimately creating a cleaner, sharper image.

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Which TV Picture Quality Should You Chose

When you are looking into the picture quality of your new TV you will likely come across abbreviated terms such as HDR, QLED or OLED. Overall, the main difference between these TV types is the different ways that the light is emitted from the screen and in turn changes the colour payoff that the imagery can achieve. This will be especially noticeable in the lower light scenes in the details that you will be able to see.

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Should you buy a Smart TV?

Choosing a smart Mitchell and Brown TV gives you access to an abundance of entertainment options. You can watch your favourite shows, use apps, and connect to other smart devices. At simply a click of a button just as if you were changing the channel as normal, you would have easy access to your Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, Paramount+ accounts all from your Mitchell and Brown TV!

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Picking the Right TV Audio Quality

The audio quality of your Mitchell and Brown TV is critical to consider. While additional sound systems can be added later, having decent built-in sound will improve your overall listening experience. When looking at sound quality look for features such as Dolby Audio Processing, which helps make you feel more immersed within the movie or TV show that you are watching.

Connectivity and Ports

When choosing a Mitchell and Brown TV, the last thing you want is to discover that your brand-new Mitchell and Brown TV lacks the necessary connectivity ports to plug in your satellite TV or preferred gaming console, for example.

The best way to determine which connectivity ports you require and how many of each is to look at your TV right now and see what is currently connected and which ports they are. Then consider whether you might wish to connect other devices in the future to ensure that the TV can grow with you and your needs. The most used ports are connectivity ports such as HDMI, USB and audio outputs. Make sure you also check for the ability to connect to Wi-Fi and an Ethernet port for a seamless connection straight to the internet if required.

TV Connectivity and Ports

At Mitchell and Brown, we're committed to providing our customers with the best possible TV experience. If you need any help setting up your TV or have any questions about our products, please don't hesitate to contact us