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What to know about 70 and 75 inch TVs before you buy

Ready to fill your space with a new TV? A 70 to 75 inch TV creates a huge entertainment expanse; one you won’t be sorry about choosing. 70-75” TVs can create larger than life viewing areas that are perfect for immersive gaming, in-your-face action on movie night or spaces for chilling and enjoying your favourite shows.

Top considerations when choosing a 70 inch or 75 inch TV

Before you buy there’s a number of factors to consider, chief among them is do you have a big enough space? These screens are huge, so you want to ensure you have enough distance to properly place the sofa or chairs so you’re not sitting too close to the screen.

Top features: 4K resolution is key

With 4K and 8K TV resolution, getting too close is less a problem than it used to be because the video stays super sharp thanks to ultra-high resolution.

You should really be shopping for a 4K TV right now, particularly if you want to keep it for years to come. A 4K or 8K TV will still provide high-quality video into the future, while a basic high definition TV may soon become obsolete.

Flat or Curved TV?

Should you choose a flat or curved TV? There are those who say curved TVs are a gimmick, while on the flip side, it’s highly unlikely flat TVs will ever become out of date. However, if you do need something more immersive for serious gaming, a curved TV might be a better option for your space since it enhances the wraparound effect.

What refresh rate do I need? Should I consider Dolby Atmos?

Your main uses for your big TV will dictate how much you need to worry about things like refresh rates or whether it should have Dolby Vision technology. If you’re going to be doing a lot of high action gaming, you want a TV with a fast refresh rate. Refresh rates can be complicated so read up before you buy.

Dolby Vision meanwhile, is a set of features and technology that can go a long way to improving your overall home viewing experience. Again, read up to see if it’s something you should consider in your new 70 inch + TV.

What kind of audio do I need?

Because TVs are getting thinner and thinner, there’s less room for a good built-in speaker that can deliver high-quality sound with all the bass we want and the clarity we expect.

You definitely need to leave room in the budget for a quality sound bar or small home theatre audio package. Sound bars go a long way towards creating an all encompassing home theatre, or splash out on a full 5.1 or 7.1 surround sound system or tower speakers.

Need help with your setup and want it to be optimized for the best sound and video quality? Call in the Geeks! Geek Squad can install, configure, optimize and even coach you through how to make the most of your setup whether you go with a sweet 70 inch TV or a massive 75 inch TV.

Want more info? Check out these resources on the Best Buy Blog:

4K TV Buying Guide

Home Theatre Speakers Buying Guide

What to know about 70 and 75 inch TVs before you buy

Ready to fill your space with a new TV? A 70 to 75 inch TV creates a huge entertainment expanse; one you won’t be sorry about choosing. 70-75” TVs can create larger than life viewing areas that are perfect for immersive gaming, in-your-face action on movie night or spaces for chilling and enjoying your favourite shows.

Top considerations when choosing a 70 inch or 75 inch TV

Before you buy there’s a number of factors to consider, chief among them is do you have a big enough space? These screens are huge, so you want to ensure you have enough distance to properly place the sofa or chairs so you’re not sitting too close to the screen.

Top features: 4K resolution is key

With 4K and 8K TV resolution, getting too close is less a problem than it used to be because the video stays super sharp thanks to ultra-high resolution.

You should really be shopping for a 4K TV right now, particularly if you want to keep it for years to come. A 4K or 8K TV will still provide high-quality video into the future, while a basic high definition TV may soon become obsolete.

Flat or Curved TV?

Should you choose a flat or curved TV? There are those who say curved TVs are a gimmick, while on the flip side, it’s highly unlikely flat TVs will ever become out of date. However, if you do need something more immersive for serious gaming, a curved TV might be a better option for your space since it enhances the wraparound effect.

What refresh rate do I need? Should I consider Dolby Atmos?

Your main uses for your big TV will dictate how much you need to worry about things like refresh rates or whether it should have Dolby Vision technology. If you’re going to be doing a lot of high action gaming, you want a TV with a fast refresh rate. Refresh rates can be complicated so read up before you buy.

Dolby Vision meanwhile, is a set of features and technology that can go a long way to improving your overall home viewing experience. Again, read up to see if it’s something you should consider in your new 70 inch + TV.

What kind of audio do I need?

Because TVs are getting thinner and thinner, there’s less room for a good built-in speaker that can deliver high-quality sound with all the bass we want and the clarity we expect.

You definitely need to leave room in the budget for a quality sound bar or small home theatre audio package. Sound bars go a long way towards creating an all encompassing home theatre, or splash out on a full 5.1 or 7.1 surround sound system or tower speakers.

Need help with your setup and want it to be optimized for the best sound and video quality? Call in the Geeks! Geek Squad can install, configure, optimize and even coach you through how to make the most of your setup whether you go with a sweet 70 inch TV or a massive 75 inch TV.

Want more info? Check out these resources on the Best Buy Blog:

4K TV Buying Guide

Home Theatre Speakers Buying Guide