What features are important to you when purchasing a TV?
When buying a TV what features are you mostly looking for? Is it the resolution, size, Hz or hertz, speed or other features?
The only thing I need from a tv is for it to work and be larger than 32 inches. My husband cares about all those other letters involved I have no clue what any of them mean. I'm happy when I can see it and it turns on.
We got our first HD TV last Christmas as we didn't consider it a priority and we had a good quality 32" Sony flat screen TV. Now that we have a Samsung Smart TV, 46" screen on the wall I will say I enjoy the HD quality and I think brand name is very important. Our picture quality is excellent, so the answer to the question is a proven quality brand, minimum 46" and LED, not plasma, and I really love the smart TV as it has apps where you can have Netflix, Hula, go on Facebook, etc. We didn't buy the TV for the apps, but they are great.
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