As you may know, Black Friday TV sales here at Best Buy are legendary, with special deals on other home theater components close behind. Since there are so many Black Friday deals on TVs to choose from, you may want to start your Black Friday TV selection process by determining the television technology you prefer. The two most popular are LED (light-emitting diode) and OLED (organic light-emitting diode). In a nutshell, OLED TVs can be extremely thin and lightweight, offer superior black levels, faster response with less blur, good viewing at a wider range of angles, and better energy efficiency. LED TVs offer a better overall value because of their superior brightness, especially in bright rooms, their excellent contrast, and their affordability.
Another Black Friday TV deal to consider would be a curved TV to create a more immersive viewing experience. Or, maybe a Black Friday smart TV deal. Smart televisions enable streaming of our favorite content from popular services like YouTube, Netflix and Pandora, for instance, and many have a built-in web browser, allowing it to serve as your home's entertainment hub.
Black Friday Televisions: Bigger Is Better
While you're perusing all the best Black Friday TV deals, keep in mind that if you're trying to recreate a movie theater experience in your home, bigger is better. But ultimately, deciding how large a television to buy is dependent on the size of the room where it will be. While 32-inch televisions are great for dorm rooms, kitchens and casual viewing areas, and 33-inch to 49-inch televisions work well in bedrooms and living rooms, for a truly captivating home theater experience you're probably looking more in the 50-inch to 90-inch range.
You'll also want to decide the level of resolution you want: 2160p, also known as 4K or Ultra HD, produces a stunningly clear, detailed picture; 1080p provides a high level of detail for Blu-ray and HD shows; and 720p provides an excellent quality picture for DVD movies and TV shows. Remember that Geek Squad can help mount your TV and set up your audio/video products.