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Every good home needs a television but finding the right television to fit your needs can be a bit of a chore. Luckily, at DID we have a massive collection of televisions that range in price, size, and overall quality. We stock top brands like Samsung, Philips, LG, Toshiba, and Sony, and each of our televisions are of the highest quality.
Looking to buy a new TV on a budget? We have you covered with televisions available for as low as€250. Looking to pay for your new TV over time? With our Humm Finance option, we have you covered there too. Need an accessory for your new television? We have your back with our large television accessory range. Whatever the issue, at DID, we can help you get it sorted. Even if you are unsure of what television to buy, why not consult our ultimate TV buying guide.
Whether you want an Ultra HD TV to watch the newest movies with cinema-like quality, or you are just looking for something to watch the news on, there is a television at DID for everyone.
Be sure to drop in-store and ask for one of our sales’ assistants advice if you need anything, or order online for delivery or click and collect. The option is yours. Want an added layer of protection? Why not add the DID Protection plan to your purchase. It is always better to be safe than sorry.
A Smart TV is a television set that is equipped with internet connectivity and can access online streaming services and apps.
4K resolution is four times the resolution of 1080p, which means it has a much higher pixel density and can display much more detail on the screen.
Yes, most modern TVs have HDMI ports that allow you to connect your computer to the TV using an HDMI cable.
The best TV size for your room depends on the viewing distance and the size of the room. As a general rule, the TV should be at least 55 inches for a large room and 40 inches for a small room.
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range, which is a technology that allows the TV to display a wider range of colors and brightness levels. This results in more realistic and vivid images on the screen.
Yes, most TVs are designed to be mounted on the wall, but you will need to purchase a wall mount that is compatible with your TV.
OLED TVs use organic materials to create individual pixels that emit light, while LED TVs use a backlight to illuminate the pixels. OLED TVs have better contrast and black levels, while LED TVs are generally more affordable.
For More Information, read our TV Buying Guide.