BEST TV FOR
OLED or LED LCD?
OLED TVs give you the very best picture quality with incredible realism, so when you’re watching sport it feels like you’re right there in the front row. Self-lighting pixels produce explosive colours and perfect black with incredible contrast, and an almost instant response time ensures pictures are smooth and clear, never blurry or jumpy; plus, the action looks great from any angle. Unfortunately, they come with higher price tags than most LED LCD TVs.
LED LCD TVs have backlit LED pixels, so black may look grey and fast-paced action can blur. Premium 4K and 8K HDR Ultra HD TVs are LED LCD TVs with brighter screens and advanced technologies to make sure black doesn't look grey and fast moving scenes never look blurry.
An Ultra High Definition 4K TV gives you crisp, clear detail when you’re watching all your favourite sports, and the full colour range experience when you’re sitting close to the television.
For even more picture detail, go for a 4K TV with HDR technology. A 4K HDR TV produces brighter whites, deeper blacks and a broader colour palette, giving you enhanced colour and contrast so watching sport at home is more lifelike.
Bigger is always better
There’s nothing better than watching the big game on a big screen. Without having to sacrifice picture quality; which is usually happens when you’re in the pub.
Thankfully these days you don’t have to choose between a big screen and picture quality; you can have both. Invite everyone over to watch all the big sporting moments on your big screen. It’s far better than a fuzzy pub screen.
Smart TVs have built-in internet connectivity, giving you instant access to a world of sport, so you can watch anything online on your TV rather than your computer, tablet or phone.
Smart TVs also have a menu that makes it easy to find the sport you want to watch fast—whether it’s online, via an app, on Freeview, Foxtel, Sky Sports or catch up TV—so you can watch the sports you love live, or later, so you don’t miss a minute.
Stadium like sound
Soundbars were created for new-age, flat-panel TVs that have become thinner and thinner. These TVs produce phenomenal picture quality, but the built-in speakers are small. They have to be to fit inside these ultra-slim TVs; and small speakers can’t bring the roar of the crowd into your lounge room.
That’s why a soundbar is so important. It creates an audio experience that matches the picture quality you see on the latest TVs, giving you stadium-like sound.