There are many digital Tv brands in Kenya at the moment and they all have their best features. However, many Kenyans strive to look for a Tv that has latest features , design and durability with a good price tag. With the technology being so advanced, electronics companies are offering a lot of features to their customers. Before you buy a Tv you need to remind yourself that they are not an investment, they are an expense i.e from the day you buy it, it’s value will keep going down.
No matter your budget or the size of screen you want, here’s what to look for when you’re shopping, along with the top-rated televisions we’ve tested in Kenya.
1. Sony Bravia
Undoubtedly the best Tv brand in Kenya! SONY Bravia LED TVs have one of the best mind blowing picture sharpness and deepness of colors, while keeping the naturalness of the color alive. Add to that pioneer Sound quality of Sony speakers and you get one of the best movie experience in your living room. Also, the wifi connectivity is superb. The brand speaks for itself. If budget is not a constrain, I would highly recommend Sony Bravia Tvs.
It is the second-largest television manufacturer in the world and sells its product all around the world.They offers a wide range of product such as Full HD ,Cinema , 3D , LED TV, HD Smart LED TV and Transform LED TV. LG TVs offer clear picture quality, and also equipped with high definition speakers, designed to enhance your TV-viewing experience altogether.
The Samsung LED TVs are designed for Kenyan homes. These have multiple Cinematic Modes which makes pictures brighter and more vivid and best surround sound experience. You can also find excellent additional features like download, save, and replay to enjoy all your favorite moments again. Although most of it’s models are very pricey, Samsung offers several models of LED TV s which are available at affordable prices.
TCL is the America’s fastest-growing TV brand and the third largest TV manufacturer in the world. They have been making the one of best LED TV from the last past decades. One good thing about them is that they are very affordable. In fact they make the cheapest digital Tvs.
This list you have just read is strictly a matter of preference. You’ll find people over the internet and around you who would swear by a brand and would curse another brand tirelessly. The only logical conclusion is that none is the best but they are best brands for most individuals in Kenya based on thousands of reviews.
Before buying a TV in Kenya, please consider the following :
- Curved TVs are a fashion statement. They don’t benefit image quality.
- Plan to buy a sound system. TV speakers are worse nowadays because the screens are thinner.
- Look for at least four HDMI ports; 4K shoppers should ask about HDCP compatibility.
- Ignore contrast-ratio specs: manufacturers fake the numbers. Trust your own eyes.
- OLED TVs look much better than a typical LED LCD, but they are considerably more expensive
- Don’t buy a TV with less than a 120 Hz refresh rate.
- Most TVs are “smart TVs” these days with easy access to Netflix and other online apps. Don’t be tricked into thinking this is a big deal.
- Expect to pay about Ksh 50,000 for a solid 50- to 55-inch bargain 4K TV and at least 90,000 for a 65-inch model.