When comparing TVs side by side, consider the size, the viewing angle and the television's input and output ports. You should also consider the screen's resolution, especially if you are buying a larger TV.
When comparing different TV sets, consider their size and how each TV would fit in your living room. Think about the size of your room and the number of people who typically watch the television at the same time. Consider your personal preferences and your field of view. If you use the size of the average living room as an example, the best TV size is between 55 inches and 65 inches. If your family room is very spacious, you can buy an even bigger television set.
After selecting the size, consider the screen resolution of the television. The picture details in a TV that has a higher screen resolution are clearer than those of a screen with a lower resolution. However, the difference is more evident in larger televisions.
Consider the color range of the different television sets, and choose the television that offers a wider color range. This is the set that, when compared to the others, produces more realistic and saturated shades of the different colors. Also, when comparing television sets side by side, ask the salesperson to play a movie with dark shadow scenes to determine the TV's contrast ratio. Try and change the picture settings, and trust your eyes, as opposed to the specifications, to reveal the difference in contrast ratio between the TV sets.
When comparing TVs, choose the one with more HDMI inputs and various connection ports, to support all your audio or video devices.