In our household, we don’t spend too much on lavish outlays. We run a tight budget, and avoid big expenditures, very rarely would we spend any large amounts of anything. However, for the last few years, I’ve tried to keep my TV set up fairly up to date.
We are big film fans in the house and have
Last year I decided that I had saved a little and wanted to get a nice TV and surround set up. I had a surround set up years ago but in those days it was big speakers and wires everywhere, Technology has moved on since then. The last few tv’s
So where to begin? After an
As for the surround sound, the last set had a big amp, wires everywhere, big sub, the speakers themselves were tall. I was out of the loop with
Needless to say, I was really pleased, I went for a cinema style effect as for the most part it worked. As I said earlier there are more expensive versions, and people like LG, Panasonic or Sony. Personal preference, in my opinion, comes down to what you are used to, as they all have positive points to them. The TV looks great, the set up with easy especially with the Samsung….makes the connections far better, plus the hub has massively been improved and sped up. Being a smart TV you would have wanted it to be faster than previous versions and it was. As for the surround sound, the Sonos app is a really good, the set up was slick and sounds amazing, you can customise it using the app, and add rooms with different speakers.
It turned out much better than I thought it would have, but I have been questioned by people, why the big TV? Why the surround sound? As I mentioned earlier it’s the only thing I get, I don’t waste money, we save on not buying films or going out on nights out. (not that we have child care) we haven’t got any vices or Needless expenses, this is what I wanted and the family makes use of it all of the time, and I’m sure Boo wouldn’t admit it, but she likes the TV, even the size of it.