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Just like other electronic devices, LED TVs are subject to wear and tear. Check out the best LED TVs in Hong Kong below. If you want to keep your LED TV in mint condition, here are tips to keep in mind.

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Sony KDL32W600D
HK$ 4,205.00

Sony KDL-32W600D, 81.3 cm (32"), 1366 x 768 pixels, HD, Smart TV, Wi-Fi, Black

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Xiaomi Xiaomi MiTV 3S 43 inch LED Smart TV
HK$ 3,128.00 HK$ 3,910.00

Display: Original LG Screen  Resolution: 1920*1080  3D: No Backlighting:Side-LED  Viewing angle: 178° Dynamic response: 8ms Static contrast ratio 1200: 1   CPU: MStar 6A928 Cortex-A9 quad-core 1.4GHz GPU:Mali-450 MP4 4+2 core Memory:1 GBDDR3 dual-channel Flash memory: 8GB eMMC 5.0    Connectivity WiFi: Dual band 2.4/5GHz,802.11a / b / g / n /  WiFi antenna: 2x2 dual antenna , double input double output   Bluetooth: Bluetooth 4.0 / BLE low power consumption Bluetooth antenna: Independent Bluetooth antenna, which can connect up to 15 devices. such as : Bluetooth remote control, mouse, keyboard, headset, audio, and other wireless devices can connect to Xiaomi Mi TV2 .   Built-in player: built Mi-Player full format super player Support RM, FLV, MOV, AVI, MKV, TS, MP4, etc. Hardware decoding: H.264 4k @ 60 frame H.264 4k @ 60 frame   Other decoding H.263 1080P @ 30 frame, MPEG1 / 2/4 1080P @ 30 frame VP8 1080P @ 30 frame, REAL7 / 8/9 1080P @ 30 frame, MJPEG 1080P @ 30 frame Audio decoding DOLBY, DTS audio decoding double TV speakers: L / R around 2 dual-channel stereo, 2.25-inch full-range speakers.   Input interface and quantity HDMI: 3* AV: 1* USB 3.0: 1* USB 2.0: 1* Ethernet Interface: 1* Output analog audio output: Line out Digital Audio Output: SPDIF 

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Haier Haier U55H7000 55 inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV
HK$ 4,708.00 HK$ 10,958.00

Haier U55H7000 55 inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV

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4 Tips for Taking Care of your LED TVs in Hong Kong

LED and OLED TVs often come with a hefty price tag. Thus, a lot of people do not want to spend too much on a TV only to have it replaced in less than a few years. To protect the longevity of your LED TV, here some tips that will make it a worthwhile investment.

Switch Off the TV When No One is Watching

Turning off the TV when no one is watching is a common-sense advice. However, many people leave their TV running all day as they forget to switch it off or simply use it as a background noise. With that, the LED TV is consuming electricity through its display while people are busy doing other things. Keep in mind that if you leave your TV running for 3 hours a day that is equivalent to more than 1000 hours a year. Some people even leave their TVs running for over 3 hours without watching them, resulting to more hours being wasted. That is why switching off the TV when nobody is watching is one of the most practical ways to protect its longevity. Not to mention, you can save a lot of money since the electricity bill will also be cheaper.

Fine-tune the brightness

If your home lighting is as brightly lit as a mall showroom, then there’s no need to keep its brightness at high levels. Do know that the average lifespan of LED TVs is around 100,000 hours. Thus, if you are running your TV at maximum brightness, it can easily reduce the 100,000 hours into 50,000 hours since it has to operate twice as much to keep up. So, when you purchase a LED TV, make sure to adjust its brightness. Brightness settings vary by brand but most have “film” or “home” settings that are bright enough. Some models also have “dark room” or medium room’ settings, which display brightness based on the room’s lighting. These settings not only keep the LED TV looking great but also increase its longevity.

Change the Contrast

Contrast is a setting on the LED TV that determines the difference between dark and bright colors. The LED TV consumes more power as you increase the contrast which in turn will reduce its longevity. Many LED TVs that are displayed in shops are set to “vivid” or “dynamic” as default options. Although either two works great in rooms with very bright lighting, it’s best to not keep the LED TV on these settings at home. Doing so will use up the LED lights faster. To lower power usage, set the settings to “standard” or “movie” to consume less energy, rather than selecting the “vivid” or dynamic” options.

Place it near a ventilation system

If you are watching LED TV for long periods, it uses up a lot of power in the home. As a result, it generates a substantial amount of heat which the ventilation system helps eliminate. But many people place their LED TV in areas that don’t have enough ventilation. Such high heat conditions affect the internal components of the LED TV, making its longevity become short-lived. Thus, you have to place it at least a few inches around the ventilation system to allow it to cool.