With a new TV comes picture settings to tweak, additional accessories to buy, and in the case of 4K displays, specific content to purchase, download, and watch. The first thing to ask yourself is: Where is your TV going to go? It helps you route your cables and power from near the floor, up through the wall to where your TV is mounted. These not only let you plug everything into one place but will also protect your gear from electrical spikes and surges. Next question: What are you hooking up to your new TV?
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This article explains how to connect a computer to a TV wirelessly or with a cable. If your desktop computer doesn't support HDMI, you can replace the video card with one that does. If you have an Ethernet cable connecting your computer to a modem, then you don't even need Wi-Fi to browse the web on your TV. You'll also get faster streaming that way. The only downside is that you must place your laptop close to the TV. Connect the cable to the TV before you turn on the laptop. Otherwise, it may not recognize the external display.
Internet-enabled TVs are a big deal these days, with sets allowing users to do everything from watching YouTube videos and access weather information to listen to music from Pandora. The applications are so cool that you might just be pounding your head against the wall if you bought an HDTV without internet capability a few years ago. Internet-enabled TVs still demand relatively high prices and, for the amount of money you would have spent on one, you can add equipment to your current set that will allow you to do many of the same things.
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