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With the range of technology now available it can be bewildering.

This guide will help you make the right choice.

If you prefer just come along to our Superstore and get some advice in person. We stock in our online store and in our superstore all leading brands, check out the range online, if you want more information pop in for a chat.

Buying a TV

It’s almost unthinkable to live without a TV in today’s world. Many homes now have multiple TVs. Each requirement can differ. Whether you want to buy the biggest and best or you are looking for a simple cost effective solution we have scores of options to meet your needs. Let’s start with an overview of what you need to think about.


For your peace of mind we offer a 5 year guarantee on all TVs. Our After Sales Support is second to none. We give the best Warranties on TV in the North East of Scotland.

Buying a TV

The most common regret we hear about is that customers wish they had bought a bigger size. TV’s have got bigger and bigger in recent years and the cost of owning a large screen TV has fallen massively as always happen once technology is embraced by a range of key manufacturers. We stock all sizes and are know for providing high-end technology, but we also aim to provide the best solution for your budget. It’s worth noting too that as the surround (the bezel) size has shrunk on modern design and new technology the space occupied by larger TV’s has reduced dramatically. Check this point out in-store to see for yourself.

Size is generally categorised as follows:


4K/UHD is fast becoming the standard most people desire. In short a 4K TV has four times as many pixels as an HD TV – the basic maths are 3840 x 2160 (UHD) compared to 1920×1080 (HD). Until recently 4K/UHD content was hard to come by. But now Sky Q, Netflix and Amazon are delivering 4K content that for some make the investment worthwhile. Even without 4K the capability of a 4K TV enhances the viewing experience of HD content.

OLED Televisions

OLED stands for organic light emitting diode. These TVs offer tremendous clarity of colour delivery, amazing contrast and blur free transitions. Using OLED technology each pixel (remember there are millions) is illuminated individually and the result is startling brilliant colour and the rendering of a true black. The true black allows for the quality of contrast the is provided. Both OLED and LED can be delivered from thin profile structures that have contributed to the improvement in TV design.

Full HD 1080P

This is the most common HDTV. It allows full HD content.

HD 720P

This format is available on lower priced TVs offering a good viewing experience and is well suited to standard TV and movie content. It works well on smaller TVs.


With a SMART TV you can connect to your home WiFi network. This opens the door to a world of streaming possibilities. Services like Amazon and Netflix are easily accessed providing a massive range of choices in movie and music. Smart TVs allow you to share content from other devices through your TV.

Some SMART TVs will allow you to browse the web from the TV.