What is an OLED TV?
When you’re deciding about what TV to buy, there’s two key things to think about when it comes to screens:
- Screen resolution. This is definition, such as 4K Ultra High Definition, and 8K Ultra High Definition.
- Screen type. There are four screen types: LCD/LED, QLED, NEO QLED and OLED TVs.
The OLED in OLED televisions stands for Organic Light Emitting Diodes. It’s where you TV gets its light from. There’s no LCD panel and no backlight with an OLED screen. Each pixel creates both light and colour, which means high quality OLED TVs in Australia are really thin. A lot of big brands make OLED TVs. Our range instore and online includes:
What is the difference between OLED TVs and QLED TVs?
A QLED TV is similar to an OLED with a micro layer of Quantum Dots (semiconductor particles) that give you extra high luminance and colour. Light is passed through these dots, whereas the OLED dots create their own light. OLED TVs can give you:
- Vibrant colours
- Sharper contrasts
- Lifelike displays
- Perfect viewing form any angle
And both OLED TVS and QLED TVs have a heap of features such as:
- Smart connectivity.
- Powerful processors.
- High quality contrasts and colours
- Deep blacks
- Theatre-quality surround sound
How long does an OLED TV last?
When you buy a TV, you want to know it’s going to last. And modern TVs are built tough and built to last, especially when you consider the remarkable technology that’s inside them. What do we mean when we say ‘built to last. Well, OLED TV manufacturers believe their OLED TVs have a lifespan of about 100,000 hours. To give some perspective, that’s more than 4600 days of continuous use.
Are OLED TVs better for your eyes?
As a general rule, the newer the TV, the better the technology. That’s the same whether we’re talking about colour accuracy, sound, brightness, smart connectivity, or design. When it comes to viewing experience, OLED TVs can give you that extra bit more. OLED TVs can be watched from any angle without any colour or picture distortion. That’s because, as mentioned above, the light and colour are coming from the same pixel. There’s a few other things to think about when it considering your eyes and watching TV:
- TV size. Choose the right-sized TV for the room it’s in.
- Viewing distance. Make sure you’re comfortable with how far you are from your TV.
When it comes to size, there’s a lot to choose from. Consider:
What are the best OLED TVs to buy?
Our TV Finder is a great place to do some research to find the best OLED TV options for you and your family. Think about:
And also think about the right accessories, such as:
And JB can even help you with your TV installation, so you don’t have to think about that.
^Discounts apply to most recent previous ticketed/advertised price. As we negotiate on price, products are likely to have sold below ticketed/advertised price in stores prior to the discount offer. Prices may differ at airport & express stores.