You can waste hundreds or thousands of dollars on a TV set if you don't know what you're doing. These days, just about all of us get dizzy reading the specs on the side of a TV box, or on a shopping site.
There's 4K, HDTV, LED, smart TVs, bezels, and more. Bezels?!
It's almost impossible to figure it out. Worse, these days, TV sets aren't cheap. Just think back about 10 years. TV set prices were so low you could grab a few new ones for your home for just a few hundred dollars. If you needed one for your kid's bedroom, you could easily get a good-quality TV set for about $100.
Not anymore. Just walk into a store like Walmart or go to shopping sites like Amazon. Sure, you can find low-low prices. But with all the tech in TVs that give you crystal clear images and booming sound, why spend your money on outdated TVs?
Good news. We've got 10 tech terms that will help you find a great value on TV sets. Print this out or save this page, so you have it when you go shopping. So, the next time you're binge watching "The Walking Dead" or your family gathers to watch TV, you'll gloat about the great deal you got while they coo about your TV's realistic image and crisp sound.