Residential TV

Residential televisions continue to upgrade in every facet. From resolution to additional features, residential televisions are becoming the center of your home’s entertainment platform. Making sense of all of the different features, models, and designs can be overwhelming. Allow Axis to guide you through the complex world of residential TVs to find the perfect fit. Then let us ensure you receive the best viewing angles by having our technicians come and provide expert hanging or mounting to finish the job.

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TV Resolution

720p: Picture clarity is determined by the number of pixels displayed. High Definition (HD) quality begins at 720p. Although HD quality, this screen still lacks the pixels to generate a truly lifelike image. This option produces a good image at an affordable price.

1080p: The most common TV resolution is 1080p. With more pixels, the picture clarity is far greater than on a 720p display. The effect is most noticeable with bigger screens. As screen size grows, the pixels spread out more. The more pixels the less likely the image quality will deteriorate with increased screen size.

4K or Ultra HD: The newest addition to resolution options is 4K or Ultra HD. This provides nearly 4 times the pixels found in today’s 1080p displays. With far greater clarity, these displays provide the most lifelike appearance. DIRECTV is the first programming provider to display a live sporting event with the showing of the 2016 Masters. Future proof your entertainment system with 4K, the best in picture quality.

TV Display Types

LED: An LED display is often regarded as the best platform to display your content. The picture is displayed via an array of light-emitting diodes as pixels. The thin layer of backlighting allows manufacturers the ability to create ultra-thin screens. LED TVs generally have the least amount of reflection and are best for well-lit areas.

OLED: An OLED display has more control over the backlighting of the image. Each area of the screen can adjust giving blacker blacks and a higher quality image. This increased control also saves on power consumption, making this a great upgrade from a standard LED screen.

Plasma: Plasma TVs are outdated technology. Bulky equipment, the high probability of a burned-in image, and the fact that many manufacturers have discontinued their plasma lines make this a poor choice.

LCD: Although LCD screens produce a slightly thicker and heavier TV, they are a great bang for your buck. This display type still utilizes backlighting to display the image, making it brighter than plasma screens.