2017 Samsung TV Differences (MU-Series)

Have you been wondering what the differences are between the various Samsung TV models? We’re here to simply things for you. First, all of these TVs have 4K Ultra HD resolution, and all (except the MU9000) are available with either flat or curved screens. Starting with the first model in the MU-series, we’ll share the features that all of the models in the series have. … Continue reading 2017 Samsung TV Differences (MU-Series)

Roku Comcast App Beta Testing Begins

Comcast Xfinity X1 live broadcast channels, DVR, and video-on-demand without the cable box. Comcast and Roku have announced beta testing for the Xfinity TV app available on Roku devices. You can find it in the channel store on most recent Roku devices. An official launch is expected later this year after Comcast verifies the app’s performance and adds features. You can expect the complete Xfinity … Continue reading Roku Comcast App Beta Testing Begins

Must Haves for Your Black Friday TV

You’ve scored a great deal on a Black Friday TV, and now you want to enjoy your TV. These simple and easy upgrades will take your experience to the next level. Soundbar The number one thing you can do to improve your viewing experience is to upgrade the sound. When TVs were large and weighed hundreds of pounds they were able to house large speakers … Continue reading Must Haves for Your Black Friday TV

Enjoy 4K Video with PlayStation and Xbox

With the proliferation of 4K resolution TVs, Sony and Microsoft have introduced 4K—and the amazing picture it produces—to their gaming consoles. Both the PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One S can stream content in 4K, which is 4 times more detailed than the exiting standard: 1080p. It requires a 4K TV (which are dropping drastically in price) to display, but the image is much clearer … Continue reading Enjoy 4K Video with PlayStation and Xbox

TV Comparison: LED vs OLED

With the plasma TV now extinct there are now two types of TVs: LED and OLED. An LED TV is a type of LCD TV. LCD stands for liquid crystal display. A layer of liquid crystal solution is suspended between two glass panels. Millions of transistors use electrical charges to manipulate the crystals, creating the image you see. The liquid crystals themselves produce no light, … Continue reading TV Comparison: LED vs OLED