Just bought 43" TV
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I have just bought this for a relative.
Reading about the specifications, NITS, sound output, total KWH used, number of HDMI ports.
It's been a few years since I bought a TV, what should be a deciding factor on which TV to buy. This one has 350 NITS and 20 watts compared to the 40" which had 220 NITS and 16 watts. I read that NITS is not a reliable figure.
Price looked good @ £279
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The main consideration is probably the user interface ie can they quickly and easily find Homes Under The Hammer when they want to.
Still amazed anyone would buy a tv from Currys,how many free years warranty did they give u.
Most TV threads the first 2 bits of advice
1. Buy from RS(6y) or JL(5y) (there are a couple of others that offer 5y as well)
2. Go to AVforums for more information that you could ever want.
then the tech
then read the current my best value thread by dodgexander
A NIT is a measurement of how much light the TV screen sends to your eyes (luminance) within a given area. On a more technical level, a NIT is the amount of light output equal to one candela per square meter (cd/m2 - a standardized measurement of luminous intensity).