EDG’s SuperBowl XLIX Top TV Picks
Monday, January 5, 2015
SuperBowl XLIX is right around the corner and if you haven’t already purchased a new TV, now is a great time to start shopping for an upgrade to watch the big game on.
We’ve seen a lot of big improvements in the television industry throughout 2014 and now that 2015 is upon us, the team at Electronics Design Group has curated a list of our top three TV recommendations.
Our first suggestion is:
This television retails for around $2,300 although the exact price may vary depending on specs. The curved panel creates a dramatic field of view and features an auto depth enhancer, precision black local dimming, a wide color enhancer, and clear motion rate (CMR) of 1200Hz which is perfect for watching the defensive tackles and Quarterback sacks.
Our second recommendation is also a television made by Samsung!
This 78″ curved Smart TV sells for around $8,000. The UHD TV features UHD upscaling delivering a crisp image, an auto depth enhancer, UHD dimming, PurColor for higher color accuracy, precision black local dimming, and a wide color enhancer. An avid football fan will love this TV when it comes down to determining if your favorite wide receiver made a fumble or a close-call interception.
Last but not least is our TOP-OF-THE-LINE recommendation for only the truest football fans and TV fanatics.
At four times the resolution of full HD, this 105″ 4K television is beyond amazing! The IPS panel expands the TV’s viewing angles and LG threw in their best resolution enhancer yet. Simple inexpensive 3D glasses create a cinema-like experience allowing you to feel like you’re in the University of Pheonix Stadium with the rest of the Super Bowl madness. Smart TV features guarantee that you’ll always have something to watch. All of these features come at a cost of $100,000.
For TV upgrade ideas and last minute Super Bowl deals, contact EDG at 732.650.9800 or Solutions@EDGonline.com.
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