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Fall/Winter 2017 TV Buying Guide

There’s never a bad time to buy a tv, but if you’re looking to spend less money on a new tv read on…

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Projector vs Big Screen TV

I am a pretty big home theater enthusiast (if you haven’t already noticed!) and I have always been looking for a really cool experience. I knew I was never going to be able to achieve that sweet spot if I stuck with a tv so I did what anyone would do, spend way too much on an awesome home theater projector and screen.

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Budget TV Update

The new rating is in and the TCL S Series tv is easily the best budget tv on the market right now. It’s only faults are that it doesn’t get bright and won’t play HDR content well but it’s superb otherwise, especially considering the price point of a 55″ tv 450 bucks! This is even more impressive because the next best tv this size is a couple hundred dollars more for similar performance. If you’re looking for a great cheaply priced set, look no further.

http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/tcl/s-series-4k-2017-s405

Decision 2017

It’s time to put out an updated list of the tv’s that are great recommendations at different price points. Some of these models are 2016 but don’t worry; they’re still in stock and still punch above their price class.

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Top Tier Showcase

You know what’s fun? Looking at all the really expensive and financially infeasible tv’s. Let’s compare the best 4 or 5 offerings from the top tv manufacturers.

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2017 TV Roundup

The majority of high end tv’s have been released so it’s time to give a quick overview of what’s changed (for better or worse) in the last 12 months.

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To 4k or not 4k?

A recent article I read stated that by 2020, half of the tv’s in U.S. homes will be 4k. 2020 may seem like a long way off but it takes time for new technology trends to catch on with the general public. TV’s aren’t like other technology such as smartphones and tablets where one might replace them every other year or so. Many people keep their tv until it is outdated or until it just dies.

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Discussion: Home Theater

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