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Published on August 15th, 2015 | by Guest


5 Best Televisions of 2015

We live in the world where technology has advanced quite a lot. There is a vast amount of models of any type of device you might be looking for. The same thing is with televisions. Every year, more exciting models are being introduced than the year before.


With the advancement of technology, it is becoming difficult to decide upon which one we should choose. These progressive televisions range from differences in manufacturers, brands, and models with certain sizes and options. If you are looking to buy a new TV set, be sure to get familiar with the following five models. You might make a decision before even leaving your house.

LG 55EC9300

OLED proves that not only is it better than plasma, it outshines the rest. It provides you with a better quality picture, and a lower price. Considering the balance between price and picture quality, we can definitely say that OLED is a better option with their best model being the 55 inch LG-55EC9300 . What makes this model so impressive is that there is now a TV that can equally adapt in both dark and bright rooms while still sustaining crisp colors. It is curved and quite flexible, which makes it a great choice for any living room.

Samsung UE65JS9500

This is another OLED that found its place on the list. This 65 inch model is another great option this year. This TV sets the brightness and color technologies on a completely new level. Not to mention that it is curved as well, but unlike previous models, there is absolutely no reflection on this Samsung. It is also very thin, has a HDR TV, and beats the competition with a brightness output of 1000 nits(previous models were measured at only outputting 300-500 nits). This gives you the experience of watching a movie in a cinema in your own entertainment room

Sony KDL-55W805C

This 55 inch model with LED lighting, also has an Android TV smart system. This smart system is one of the great features of this model. It offers several different options that change the whole experience of watching TV. This model offers a great big-screen experience.

Panasonic TX-50CS520

This model feels like a bargain considering its high quality perks. It offers a great combination of wonderful picture, great sound quality, and a friendly smart system. Working on LED technology, this model provides you with an impressive modern picture.

Vizio P652ui-B2

This is another model that works wonders on the market since the beginning of 2015. With its big 65 inch screen, it offers a great experience for anyone who enjoys big screens. With a price tag less than $2000, it is considered quite a great deal. It is also a great option if you are just entering the world of 4k television. It has a smart interface which offers you a vast number of options. Like most TVs, its audio system is not very powerful. On the other hand, with the money you can save on this TV, you can get a good home audio system.

With so many good models, it can be quite tricky to choose the right one. Take my case for example; I had difficulties deciding on a TV, but then I found a source that helped me compare televisions with great service in my country. Be sure to find a similar service to help you with your choice.

All in all, you should think carefully and get any help you can before you decide on a certain model. Think about how much money you want to spend, how big TV you need, and which options do you need. Only then you should go and get your new TV.

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