Soon we will have the Euro 2020 kickoff and we couldn't be more excited! And we don't want to miss even a second of the action, so make sure you have a TV that is up for the task.
Do you really need to take into consideration sports watching when buying a TV? The short answer is "Yes!" and here's why. When watching sports we're usually dealing with live footage, this means that there will be many sudden camera movements, slow motion recaps and close ups. So in hand the TV needs to be able to handle rapid camera movement and accurately capture dynamic motion so you with confidence can criticise the judge on their calls.
How does this translate to when you're online looking for a TV? What specs should you be focusing on and how do you navigate through and endless array of numbers and setting? Well here are some basics to keep in mind that will help optimise you sport viewing experience.
Here are some great TVs that are great for watching sports that will assure that you don't miss a single drop of sweat and gives you an eagle eye's view of those pesky sidelines.
The image quality is top notch on this TV, where you also have the opportunity to choose different image settings - for example 'Sport'. The TV has high refresh rates, which means that it can handle the fast movements that can occur in sports broadcasts. Basically the quality will stay razor sharp even as the match begins to heat up, so you won't miss a second of the action.
This TV also has top image quality. It has all the HDR standards and has a sea of image adjustment options so you can get the best image for the football game. Philips also makes use of their 'Ambilight' technology, which gives a comfortable backlight and a more intense experience of the image on screen. At the same time, this TV has good sound, which is a plus when you are feeling patriotic.
This is a more expensive TV, but a TV you can actually use outdoors. So if you're having a barbecue evening, you and your friends can stay out in the garden once the match has started - and you don't have to worry about the weather. On sunny days, the TV reduces the reflection and it can withstand up to 50 degrees of heat (and all the way down to -31, just incase you want to take it to Antarctica.) This is in other words the perfect TV for this summer's sporting events as it allows you to enjoy the smell of the barbecue, the evening sun and the football match all at the same time.
Although many TVs nowadays have excellent sound, there is still room for improvement. Especially when you want the "I was there feeling" since many of us can't be in the stadiums a great soundbar can bring you and your friends closer to the real experience, so you can recreate the atmosphere in your living room.
With your new razor vision who do you think will take home the UEFA Euro 2020?
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