Looking for a new LED TV? Need help finding the right one?
With a wide range of electronics available in the market, it often gets confusing to differentiate one product from its competitor or to choose one that best fits your requirements. This is where Croma steps in. At Croma, we take pride in helping you buy. Croma is committed to understanding your needs and help you find the product best suited for You! We believe a purchase is just the first step to a relationship that will last for years to come.
Croma has been the destination of choice for consumers looking for a television for over a decade now, from the classic CRT all the way to the modern LED. Our associations and tie-ups with the leading television brands across the world such as Sony, LG and Samsung coupled with our experience in retail allows us to present our customers with an unmatched range of all the best LED TVs on the market. Keeping our customers and their needs as our primary focus, we utilised our expertise in the field by presenting Croma LED TVs which offer high end performance at accessible price points. Customers can choose to buy an LED TV online, or experience and purchase the best LED TVs in store, where our representatives are always happy to help.
What to consider when picking an LED TV?
Croma is aware of the vastly different needs of different consumers, while some people are looking for premium features and top of the line technology, others may yearn for a value for money in their selection. Terms like OLED, QLED, 4K can be daunting for consumers, so let’s break down what to know when trying to upgrade your LED.
The first consideration is the type of panel you want to get, this can be a function of your budget, or of the picture quality and performance you desire from the television. The general options are LED, QLED and OLED with a basic trade-off between price and performance as you move up the ladder towards OLED. Coming to the screen size, the general rule here is bigger equals better, but be sure to keep your room requirements in mind when deciding upon your screen size. Resolution is an essential factor to consider, as HD Ready, Full HD are widely available while 4K (Ultra-HD) is becoming more popular than ever. Be sure to get either HDR or Dolby Vision with a 4K LED TV to really enjoy that superior picture quality.
Choosing between a smart TV and regular TV is also key, with higher convenience and ease of operation associated with smart LED TVs. People often forget the importance of sound when picking a television, so make sure you check out the LED TV speaker configuration and whether you have a woofer for your LED TV. It is key to conduct a check on the connectivity options, or ports and slots available on your TV, to ensure you can easily connect all your external devices such as set top boxes or gaming consoles without the need for extra hardware.
What is the technology in an LED TV?
LED stands for light emitting diode, referring to the illumination system utilised in these TVs. QLED and OLED are further evolutions of LED technology, providing an improvement in picture quality and contrast. LED TVs are much more energy efficient than the LCD technology they replaced, with even 55 inch LED TVs and 65 inch LED TVs using less power than a 32 inch LCD. LED TVs are flat panel TVs which use light emitting diodes as a light source behind the screen, which enables them to be thinner than traditional LCD TVs. With today’s technology, you can find 75 inch LED TVs with thickness comparable to modern smartphones. The latest LED TVs are equipped with integrated internet, providing various Wi-Fi LED TVs, LED TVs with Bluetooth and even LED TVs with integrated cameras. Smart LED TVs aim to further integrate operating systems and computer-like hardware into TVs, with Android LED TVs gaining more traction than ever.
What is this OLED-QLED buzz all about?
QLED stands for Quantum Dot LED, which is an improvement of the existing LED technology, utilising quantum dot technology and an LED backlight. OLED technology, which stands for Organic Light Emitting Diode is fundamentally different from current LED technology, in that it is emissive, and the pixels produce their own light. QLED TVs are brighter than OLED, while OLED screens have better contrast and black levels. OLEDs are generally considered to have better picture quality and viewing angles, while QLED TVs are more versatile in terms of size and pricing. These technologies are the top end technologies in the television world today, and the quality and clarity of image on either is absolutely stunning. With brands committed to consistent innovation, OLED and QLED TVs will only get better as time goes on.
Should you buy a LED TV online or from a store?
As long as you know exactly what you want, you can do either. At Croma, we try to ensure a seamless buying experience - in-store, online or mobile. Among a flurry of benefits, we provide personalised exclusive offers, convenient EMI payment options, as well as a Life Time Service Assurance, just in case you face any problem with your gadget. Also, while the LED television prices in India may vary from brand to brand and technology to feature, we strive hard to provide a wide catalogue of the best LED TVs and TV accessories for every budget. After all, the core purpose of Croma is to convert each and every dream of our customers into reality.