Our experts work closely with our clients to create a complete home theater experience by combining award winning sound with stunning Ultra HD TVs. 

There are many options to consider so we recommend visiting our showroom for a quick and easy process of fitting your with the perfect TV design and style for you.  Learn more below and remember that we always price match to simplify your shopping experience.

 

UHD vs HD Resolution

Resolution describes the sharpness of your TV picture, usually in terms of horizontal lines of pixels. TV manufacturers are rapidly shifting over from HDTVs to Ultra HD sets (also called 4K). These 4K models have four times the number of pixels as current HDTV screens. See below for size comparisons.

Ultra HD video looks amazing, and there's a handful of streaming options available so far (most notably, a few programs from Netflix, rentals from Amazon and specialty services such as UltraFlix; Dish Network and DirecTV are rolling out 4K download services). Ultra HD sets can also upscale existing HD content. Full HD 1080p is the most common screen resolution today, but 4K is a great option for those looking to future-proof your investment.

Ultra HD video looks amazing, and there's a handful of streaming options available so far (most notably, a few programs from Netflix, rentals from Amazon and specialty services such as UltraFlix; Dish Network and DirecTV are rolling out 4K download services). Ultra HD sets can also upscale existing HD content.

Full HD 1080p is the most common screen resolution today, but 4K is a great option for those looking to future-proof your investment.

Display Type: LCD, LED, & OLED

ED TVs perform well even in brightly lit rooms because they use advanced backlighting. This screen uses a thin layer of liquid crystal solution sandwiched between transparent glass panels. Small, bright LED's then serve as a backlight and shine through the LCD layer to create the image. LED TVs come in a wider variety of sizes and price options.

OLED TVs strengths include very high contrast, absolute blacks, and precise color. This is largely due to each pixel being lit independently using organic LEDs versus the backlight layer used in LED screens. This can provide a slim & sleek profile. 

SmartTV

SmartTV's feature embedded internet content providers and apps right out of the box,

HDR: Color Goes Wide

HDR is a new feature of 4K Ultra HD sets and it stands for high dynamic range, a reference to its ability to deliver more colors, more contrast levels, and increased brightness. HDR is essentially an upgrade of the 4K or Ultra HD format (it is not applicable to 1080p HD sets).

Notice the range of dark to light—from cave floor to radiant highlights—with details throughout.

Notice the range of dark to light—from cave floor to radiant highlights—with details throughout.

Style & Design Features

SmartTV's come with embedded have internet services.

Ultra-slim bezels minimize the materials between the edge of the screen and the set.

Screens that minimize width have a strikingly slim profile.

Curved screens bend the field of view to give the viewer a more natural perspective.