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TV Buying Guide




Buying a TV doesn’t have to be a complicated exercise. However with the never ending stream of  new technology coming out it can be a daunting exercise. What is the difference between a $900 65 inch TV and a $3,500 one? Will the viewing experience be that much better? These are all questions this guide will address. The Daily Sale Shop has the widest selection of TVs in the country and our tech experts have put together this comprehensive guide so you can buy your next TV will confidence. Enjoy!


What is TV Resolution?

TV Resolution refers to the number of pixels that make up an image, with more pixels allowing for the presentation of more detailed images. This combines with improved contrast ratios, bold colours, and smarter image processing technologies, to create incredible images.

Why do extra pixels matter?

The more pixels, the crisper and more detailed your images appear. This is due to more pixels working in tandem to create additional details across a similar area. While there are other important aspects to consider (we cover these in the next section), the difference in picture quality is very noticeable.

Editors Note: Note that content must be in 4K format - many streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon, iTunes and Stan are offering more and more 4K shows and movies. You can also experience 4K quality with a 4K-compatible Blu-Ray Player and Blu-Ray discs.



What is 4K?

You may have heard the terms high definition and full high definition before reading this, and 4K is basically the next step up in screen resolution. Also known as UltraHD, 4K fills your screen with over eight million pixels.

But what does that mean?

More pixels filling your screen leads to greater detail and colour saturated images. Colours will appear brighter, and any images that grace your screen will present themselves with unsurpassed detail and vibrancy. To put this into perspective, a 4K TV will provide you with four times the detail of a standard HD model. 


What is 8K?


Let’s take it up a notch with the entrance of 8K TVs. Providing greater image clarity, especially on larger screens, 8K TVs make use of 33 million pixels; four times as many as 4K screens. A caveat to the arrival of 8K is that there is a lack of content designed solely for 8K screens. However, any non-8K content that is viewed on these screens will be bolstered by the magic of upscaling, which enhances image quality marvellously. 

TV Resolution:

Ideal For:


Ultra HD

Blockbuster movies, sports, gaming, and other dynamic content with the best picture possible

Future investment in TV technology

Older Full HD content can be 'upscaled' into Ultra HD

Full HD has a lot more content (as it's been around a lot longer)

Full HD

Watching Blu-Ray discs and all mainstream TV programming at its highest current level.

If you're not overly fussed about having the latest and greatest in picture quality (and most affordable)

Small-space living (such as caravans and other portable homes (Ultra HD hasn't gotten this small yet).

Previous screen standard (will be phased out as Ultra HD is developed)



What is a Smart TV?

Of course, with all these amazing TV screens and image technologies, you're going to want great content to match. Many TVs feature smart features and Wi-Fi capability to open up a larger world of home entertainment. Smart TVs can offer built-in programs including Netflix, Spotify, Android TV, Google Assistant, Chromecast, and more, which pairs quite well with 4K Ultra HD screens. Of course, smart TV functionality isn't just relegated to the 4K UHD models, with it being more and more common with Full HD, HD, and 8K TVs. Some smart TVs can even be operated through Google or Alexa-enabled smart speakers, in some cases your TV can be integrated within your existing or fledgling smart home.


What is 4K Upscaling?

While you may have a 4K TV, not all content is created specifically for 4K viewing, which could hamper the quality a little bit. But just hold on to your hats ladies and gentleman, because the visual quality is enhanced through a process known as ‘upscaling’. Basically, upscaling takes non-4K content and improves it, making it look more vibrant than it would on a non-4K TV.

However, there are an abundance of Blu-ray discs and even certain Netflix shows that have been mastered in 4K, with the list growing ever-longer. These, of course, are a pinnacle of viewing on your 4K devices. 

Home Movie Viewing: What is 4K Blu-Ray?

Aside from being a rather nice rhyme, 4K Blu-ray is the ultimate way to view 4K movies at home. It’s a quintessential pairing, like wine and cheese or showers and singing; they just work together. But if you have an existing standard Blu-ray collection, you can still watch your favourites, and as an added bonus the player will upscale them close to 4K. 


What is the Best TV Display Technology?

If you have spent any time researching TVs, you will undoubtedly have come across the acronyms OLED and QLED, which refer to how images are displayed. To prevent any confusion that may arise, QLED, OLED and LED all refer to how the screen is lit up and images displayed, while HD,4K and 8K refer to the resolution of the image itself. 

What is a QLED TV?

A name trademarked by Samsung, QLED or ‘Quantum dot Light Emitting Diodes’, are special particles that absorb and redistribute light supplied by an LED panel as a much brighter and purer light source. Quantum Dots, which are what QLED TV screens are composed of, are luminous crystals that glow when light is shined on them.

Essentially, this screen/panel/film is saturated with Quantum Dots that, when exposed to a source of light from the LED panel, delivers colour with increased brightness, accuracy and saturation. 

What is OLED TV?



Standing for ‘Organic Light Emitting Diode’, OLED TV screens utilise an organic carbon-based material to light up areas of the screen. It’s thanks to this technology that OLED screens can be made impressively flexible and thin. 

What is an LED TV?

Starting with the basics, LED stands for ‘Light Emitting Diode’ which consists of small semi-conducting bulbs that glow when exposed to an electrical current. These particular diodes provide wonderful contrast and are quite efficient power users. 


What is the Difference Between OLED and LED?


The main difference between LED and OLED screen displays is in how they present their images. LED uses LCD technology and an LED backlight, while OLED screens don’t require a backlight.

OLED displays are composed of an organic material which glows when activated by an electrical current. Each pixel is its own independent light source, which allows for utmost control of the display. More importantly, each pixel can turn off completely, presenting absolute blacks and incredible contrast. 

Is QLED or OLED Better?

As you may have guessed, QLED and OLED are two different TV display technologies, which each have their own pros and cons. QLED is an LCD TV which utilises quantum dots while an OLED TV isn’t an LCD TV at all.

As to which are better, QLED TVs generally tend to be brighter than their OLED and LED counterparts, making them great for brighter rooms. OLED TVs, on the other hand, deliver superb contrast due to their ability to achieve absolute black.

OLED TVs also tend to be more expensive than their QLED contemporaries. 

TV Technology (how the screen is lit)

Ideal for:


QLED (Quantum dot Light-Emitting Diode)

A newer type of energy-efficient LED/LCD screen. Generally cheaper than OLED.

Bright, vibrant colour - especially useful during the day and in brighter rooms, as the brighter screen will overcome the ambient light pollution.

Not as thin as OLED (as QLED requires space for its backlight)

Technology relies on older LCD technology

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OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode)

OLED screens light up each pixel individually. The result is a very crisp, detailed image with very little image blur and better viewing angles around the room.

Rich, 'natural' colour and brightness - good for watching TV in darker environments.

Slim, lightweight display

Only LG offer the wider range of OLEDs (LG also supplies panels to Panasonic, HiSense and Sony)

Not currently available below 55" size

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LED (Light-Emitting Diode)

Most affordable high-quality option - a good choice for all lighting

Heavier and thicker than OLED/QLED

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What Size TV Should I Buy For My Room?

What's the best size TV for my room?

With TVs spanning a wide range of sizes, choosing the optimal one can seem like an impossible task. To get slightly technical, the distance between the TV and where you would be viewing should be 1.8x the diagonal size of the TV.

This is because it is recommended that your TV take up at least 40% of your field of vision, helping to immerse you in your content. Since the sizes are often in inches, this could get a bit confusing, but our resident AV expert, , has Thabo, created a nifty guide to assist you. If you are unsure if a particular size would be right for your bedroom, living room, or rumpus room, the best policy is to go a size bigger.

But at the end of the day, the TV screen size comes down to personal preference, and to that end, the below table is just a guide to help you get started. So without further ado, let’s get to the sizing.

Screen Size (inch)

Recommended Viewing Distance (cm)



























How to buy from The Daily Sale Shop

Now that you are a semi guru and are feeling confident about what to look out for when purchasing a TV, how do you get started with buying your next TV.


At The Daily Sale Shop we offer various convenient methods to purchase.

  1. You can visit and got to our TV and Audio section. Once there you can select the TV of your choice and check out from the store. Upon checking out you will be prompted to provide the following information
  • Name and Surname
  • Delivery Address
  • City

You can also decide to complete payment online or choose to pay on delivery.

  1. Via Whatsapp. We have a team of customer care agents who are always on standby to assist you. You can access them from the website by clicking on the whatsapp icon on the bottom right hand side of the screen.

Our whatsapp support system will tag the nature of your enquiry and assign to a product specialist who will help you make a more informed purchasing decision.

You can complete the entire checkout process via whatsapp and elect to pay for your order on delivery.


We hope to see an order from you very soon!

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