Philips is one of the brands that is committed to the use of OLED panels in their televisions. Accompanying the models based on LED LCD we find an OLED range to which are now added two new models, the Philips OLED804 and the Philips OLED854, the first Philips OLED TVs that will be compatible with Dolby Vision, HDR10 + and Dolby Atmos. » Read more
Another one of the companies that we have had news about during the CES 2019 that has ended has been TCL. And the fact is that the manufacturer that we know thanks to its televisions is now betting on entering a segment of the market that was unknown to them as it is the home theater system by means of sound bars. » Read more
One of the simplest formulas to improve the flat sound of our increasingly ultra-thin televisions goes through the installation of a sound bar, although the market is full of models with multiple functionalities and different configurations.
If you are looking for a bar that offers good benefits in daily use, to see conventional programming, series and movies, here you have a selection of five models from 200 dollars but for less than 800 dollars. » Read more
Sony introduced us at the beginning of the year its new OLED TVs AF8 and XF90, two models with different technologies but an image quality focused on the most demanding public. The XF90 model adds a backlit LCD panel that we have already been able to analyze thoroughly. Now we have to check what the AF8 offers us, a 4K HDR TV with an OLED panel that launches a new range in the Sony catalog and is positioned as the most complete model next to the Sony A1, the company’s current flagship TV and with the that bears a great resemblance. » Read more
As every year, the CES (Consumer Electronics Show), which, as you know, is one of the most important consumer electronics fairs, was the “kick-off” of the new TV ranges for 2018 from the main manufacturers. At the beginning of January, during the celebration of the event, we knew what brands are going to offer us this year, but it is now when their new TVs are coming to stores, and therefore, when we can know their prices.
The range of options available to us today is, fortunately, very broad. Many manufacturers, such as LG, Sony or Panasonic, among others, have two well differentiated ranges: one with OLED panels and the other with LCD solutions and LED backlighting. The brand that has remained outside of OLED, and which seems to be focusing its attention in the medium term on MicroLED technology, is Samsung, which hopes to stand up to the OLED and LCD LED solutions of its competitors with its QLED televisions. » Read more
At the end of last year we had the opportunity to analyze one of the OLED TVs that we most wanted to put “eyes on”: the 55-inch version of the LG C7 family. The reason why we were initially struck by this television was not the possibility of accessing the image quality of an OLED panel model for a price that, without being a bargain at all, was reasonable and more competitive than habitual. After our tests our initial expectations were confirmed: the models of the C7 range had a great price / performance ratio.
With this precedent it is understandable that we have not missed the opportunity to analyze in depth one of the models of the C8 family, which, as you can guess, is the successor of the C7 range in the LG portfolio for 2018. Of course, this time the model that has made us LG is the 77-inch, identical to those of 55 and 65 inches, but with significantly larger dimensions, as expected due to the increase in the diagonal of your panel. The challenge that faces this TV is to show us if the C8 family has a cost / performance ratio as attractive as the C7 range we tested last year. We suggest you continue reading and find out together. » Read more
The old “silly box” has evolved a lot in recent years, becoming one of the devices with more technology integrated under its housing that we can have in our rooms. It is precisely this complexity that prevents us from knowing everything they are capable of offering and even puts obstacles in the way of deciding to buy our ideal model, making us doubt about what functionality we need.
Is it better to have a flat or curved TV, with 3D or without 3D, with LED or OLED panel, will I take advantage of 4K or better Full HD? If these questions are around your head and you are thinking about buying new TV, keep reading and clarify your doubts once and for all. » Read more
A few days ago we knew the official sale prices of the new range of Sony LCD-LED TVs for this 2018, the XF90 and XF85 models, with a zone lighting system FALD in the case of the XF90 that promises to keep the good impressions left by last year’s model. » Read more
OLED panel technology has already been in the high range of TVs for several years at prices that are not available to all consumers. However, as in almost every technological cycle there comes a time when mass production and competition help lower costs and 2018 points in this direction. » Read more
The OLED is fashionable! A type of panel that is no longer exclusive to LG’s Korean TV sets and offers a number of advantages (and also disadvantages) compared to the models that have dominated the market so far, LED models. A batch of televisions that with the design by flag, arrive at the market from the hand of great manufacturers.
We are well with proposals from Sony, Philips, Panasonic, Loewe, Bang & Olufsen … and yes, you will notice that Samsung is missing, but is that the Asian giant has chosen to choose their own way with the QLED technology of their new models. But back to the new releases, let’s see some of the most interesting we’ve seen this 2017, especially now that shopping dates are approaching and Black Friday is already looming on the horizon. » Read more