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4K TVs

Unless you have been living under a rock for the last number of years, then you will know that 4K HD televisions are absolutely the way to go in terms of great-quality viewing. 4K refers to a resolution standard in digital television and digital cinema with a resolution of 4096 x 2160 pixels. This resolution is four times higher than the resolution of Full HD (1920 x 1080), and is considered ultra-high definition (UHD). Here at DID, we are proud to stock a near-endless collection of 4K televisions from leading brands like Sony TVs, LG, and Samsung. We have 4K TVs of all shapes and sizes, and regardless of your budget, whether you are looking for a €500 LG 43” UHD 4K TV or a €2500 65” Sony Bravia, we have something here for everyone and every budget.

You can drop down to one of our 23 stores. Each of the televisions in our collection is compatible with various apps like Netflix, NOW TV, and Disney +, so viewing all of your favourite shows is super easy. And with their slimline design, Ambilight viewing capabilities, sleek finish, and vibrant picture quality, their standard is unparalleled.

Now, of course, the screen sharpness and quality will depend on the price, but even the low-end 4K televisions are more than enough to wow any avid television watcher, gamer, or Netflix lover.

We even have finance plans available for those that might struggle to pay for a new TV upfront, protection plans to ensure that you get an extended warranty and are covered for accidental damage, and of course, well-priced delivery services too. We also have a cheeky little TV-buying guide available here. It might just help you make up your mind a little bit easier.



1. Does a 4K TV require special setup or calibration?

While 4K TVs are designed to deliver optimal picture quality out of the box, it is recommended to calibrate your TV to your preferences and the lighting conditions in your room to achieve the best possible picture quality.

2. What is the price range for a 4K TV?

The cost of a 4K TV can vary greatly depending on the size, brand, and features. Nowadays it is more affordable to buy for a decent 4K TV, with larger sizes and more advanced features commanding higher prices.

3. Is it worth upgrading to a 4K TV?

If you watch a lot of 4K content or plan to in the future, upgrading to a 4K TV can greatly enhance your viewing experience. However, if you mostly watch standard HD content or do not have access to 4K content, the upgrade may not be necessary.

For more information, view our guide on the Top 5 4K TVs.