4 Ways to Improve the Picture Quality of your LED TVs


4 Ways to Improve the Picture Quality of your LED TVs

Do you own a LED TV and are looking for ways to improve its picture quality? If yes, you can go through this article for some easy yet efficient tips on the same. Even though LED TVs are quite the latest television models, they can still be obsolete compared to the 4K Ultra version.

Buying a new TV when technology evolves is not possible. It is because TVs are not inexpensive. This is even truer when it comes to purchasing branded systems like a Sony LED TV or Haier LED TV.

But utilizing these easy tips will definitely give you a better picture quality, than what you are already viewing.

  1. Internet speed
     It is an age of smart televisions, and people now love to live stream programs directly onto their big screen. For this, viewers mainly depend on a good internet connection. If you too love watching YouTube videos and other such things on your LED TV, then make sure that you have a decent internet speed. If not, then the videos will take a lot of time to buffer as well as it will decrease the picture quality significantly.
  2. Quality HDMI cables
    Cables that connect your television to the setup box are one of the most crucial components of the entire system. If these cables are faulty or old, then they can hamper the overall picture quality. This is true even if you have a branded LG LED TV or Sony LED TV clubbed with a bad quality HDMI cable. Therefore, the first thing that you can do to improve your picture quality is getting the best HDMI cable.
  3. Right preset
    Any television irrespective of its specification comes with certain preset categories. These are usually for movies, standard viewing, gaming, and so on. Choosing the right preset mode for your television can also help you improve the picture quality to a great extent. For instance, if you are playing a game on your LED TV, then make sure to opt for the Game mode. On the other hand, for an excellent movie experience, the Cinema or Movie mode can be selected.
  1. Increase the contrast
     The last thing that you can try to enjoy a better picture quality with your LED TV is increasing the contrast. You can experiment with the display setting of your TV and see what works best for you. Usually, maximum contrast can provide you with optimum brightness as well as excellent picture quality.
    Even though these tips might sound simple, they can make a major difference to the picture quality of your LED TV. Thus, trying them once is highly recommended.

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Buy an LED TV on No Cost EMI and save

Since now you know about how to control the picture quality of your LED TV, you can invest in a new one. If you want to purchase an LED TV without stretching your budget, you can consider the affordable No Cost EMI alternative.

It is presented by the Bajaj Finserv EMI Network to help you divide the cost of your TV into manageable installments. For this, you would require a Bajaj Finserv EMI Network Card and also follow these steps.

  1. Visit any of the 60,000+ partner stores available in 1300 + cities.
  2. Choose your preferred LED TV and pay for it swiping the Bajaj Finserv EMI Network Card
  3. Walk out of the store with your purchase

Don’t you have a Bajaj Finserv EMI Network Card? You can enjoy immediate in-store finance is by submitting your KYC documents and a canceled cheque at a store. It will allow you to shop for more than 1 million products using the No Cost EMI alternative across the Bajaj Finserv EMI network in India.

Avail more savings on LED TVs with Special Summer Offer

You can now save even more on LED TV purchase with the Special Summer Offer by Bajaj Finserv. By considering this offer, you will be able to get Rs.1,000 cashback in your Bajaj Finserv Wallet while purchasing a LED TV of Rs.20,000 minimum. Hence, you can now buy any branded LED TV as per your choice while enjoying payment flexibility.

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