First of all, what is most important for TV is the first, and the first is the viewing experience, which is the picture quality. The second is the experience in the use process, that is, the operation is simple and easy to use and smooth, and the film source is rich. Most of the films you want to see are available. You can install third-party software to expand the film source and function with as few ads as possible.
Therefore, the principles and directions of purchase are:
First, television image quality processing technology
Second, the hardware configuration and performance of the TV
Third, the TV’s operating system ease of use/source richness
I will focus on these three issues later.
Is smart TV graded? What is the basis?
When purchasing a smart TV, you should focus on giving priority to picture quality. At the same time, generally speaking, the better the picture quality model, the more expensive the price, rather than the stronger and more expensive.
Therefore, the classification is mainly based on the quality processing technology of LCD TVs:
Low-end machine: no picture quality processing technology, hardware performance configuration meets basic requirements.
Mid-range machine: at least motion compensation function, hardware performance is similar to or better than low-end machine
Mid-to-high end: At least motion compensation / wide color gamut / light control partition/peak brightness 600 nits, hardware performance is similar or better than low-end machines
High-end machines: motion compensation, wide color gamut technology, checkerboard light control partition, high screen peak brightness (≥1000), high screen refresh rate (120hz), image quality processing chip, all are indispensable.