Whether you’re rooting for the Dolphins, the Gators, or the Seminoles, there’s nothing like watching it on the big screen with crystal clear visuals and zero lag. If you’ve been watching football seasons, TV shows, and movies on a standard HD TV, it’s time to treat yourself to an upgrade.
High-definition television debuted in 1998, and it’s come a long way since then. You can watch your favorite teams in 4K definition on today’s newest screens, and 8K content will be available in the not-so-distant future.
Whether you want to go all-in with a Sony 100 in. TV or an OLED screen, we share our picks for the season below. Read on to find the best solutions for your Fort Lauderdale, FL home.
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Do you want larger-than-life visuals that take you right into the game? You can’t find a greater TV than the Sony Bravia XR X92—it’s 100 inches wide! That’s more than eight feet! The X92 is Sony’s largest television yet, and not only is it massive, but it’s also a 4K HDR Full Array LED screen. Its precisely controlled backlighting provides deeper blacks and brighter images, making the action look better on-screen, too.
For a display this size, it’d be a shame not to pair it with impressive audio. An AV professional like our team at First Priority Audio can install surround sound or in-wall speakers, including a subwoofer, and sync them all to one easy-to-control system.
Maybe you don’t necessarily want (or have room for) a wall-sized TV but still want an upgrade for your home entertainment. We’d recommend a Sony OLED television for peak picture quality.
What’s OLED? It stands for ‘Organic Light-Emitting Diode,’ which means unlike conventional TVs with a backside light source, all of the pixels on the TV panel illuminate individually. Without a backside light source, an OLED screen can be incredibly thin, and the self-illuminating pixels create more vivid colors and deeper blacks. Millions of independent pixels make an OLED’s colors more accurate, and you’ll never see distorted colors or delayed movements.
Make your living room, media room, or home theater your own personal sports bar with Dish. Its built-in sports bar mode splits your screen into two sides or quadrants so that you can view up to four games at once! So whether you’re watching on a 100 in. screen or a dazzling OLED picture, you can make the most of it with Dish.
At First Priority Audio, we know that the best entertainment experience requires more than mounting a TV. You need customizable mood lighting, smart controls, perfectly balanced audio, and more.
For any audio-video questions you may have, or to try out the technology for yourself, contact First Priority Audio here. We look forward to assisting you!
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