What is OLED TV and how can it improve your home theatre experience
Although cinemas may have traditionally been the go-to destination for enjoying your top movies, the fact that it’s easier than ever to create the ultimate home cinematic experience may mean you’ll be swapping your cinema seat for your sofa sooner than you think.
Ensure you’ve got the best equipment
We’re talking OLED, or Organic Light-Emitting Diode TVs. The main takeaway is that the pixels on OLED TVs have their own illumination, while the pixels on older LED TVs have to be lit by the backlight. The technology means that OLED TVs can output unbelievably deep blacks, smoother motion, improved contrast and importantly – better viewing angles, so everyone in the room can enjoy the best picture quality.
Comfort is key
While OLED TVs can take care of the visuals, they can’t provide you with the best seat in the house – that’s on you! Whichever type of seat you end up on deciding on, ensure it’s going offer enough comfort so you can truly relax and enjoy your home cinema experience.
Snacks are paramount
So, you’ve got the TV and seating sorted, but no home cinema experience is complete without the key ingredient – the snacks and treats. Whether you’re chowing down on butter salted popcorn, sugared candies or even a savoury treat like a burger, hot dog or nachos, you’ll be enjoying that tasty goodness from the comfort of your own home.
Pick the best movie
New home releases will likely be available in 4K, but you may have to wait a bit for some of the classics or more niche films. But don’t despair, studios are focusing on releasing their extensive film catalogues, so your favourite classic may well be within your 4K reach in the near future.
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