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Best Buy - home theater

25 Jan: What Home Theater Experience Can I Get for $500, $1,000 or $1,500?

Maybe you’re in the market for a new TV for that Big Game on Feb. 5 or to catch up on those award-nominated movies.

Maybe you’re also keeping a close eye on your budget.

And maybe you want to know how to get the most value for your money so that you not only have a great picture on your big screen, but quality sound, too.

You’ve come to the right place. With the help of Best Buy’s home theater experts, we’ve broken it down for you.

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23 Jan: From OLED to UHD: The ABCs of Today’s TVs

At times, it seems like TV manufacturers are throwing out random letters to label their new tech innovations.

But don’t sweat it – we’re here to help explain.

With the Big Game mere weeks away, you might be looking for a new screen to watch those hits, scores and commercials. If so, here are some helpful definitions for the most-used TV acronyms and terms.

HDTV

If you’ve purchased your television in the past few years, it’s most likely an HDTV. That stands for high definition, and it’s probably 1080p.

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08 Jan: Meet HDR, the Latest in TV Technology

The newest big-screen TVs are always a top draw on the CES show floor, providing an early look at the drool-worthy technology that will be heading to Best Buy stores and consumers’ living rooms in the year ahead.

Recent years have featured the launch of 4K Ultra HD and OLED displays. There have been 100-inch screens and TVs so incredibly thin they make your smartphone look fat.

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