Today I’ll be installing a 65” LG OLED 4K Ultra HD TV on to a solid brick wall. The OLED (or Organic LED) range is very hot at the moment because it’s 4K so the contrast between different colour ranges and the motion tracking is unsurpassed. 4K or (Ultra HD as it’s also known) refers to the number of pixels used to create the image, generally speaking this is four times the amount used for a standard HD image.  It also uses HDR technology (High Dynamic Range) which gives the deepest darkest blacks and brightest whites going.

There are lots of very nice TVs on the market right now, the majority coming from Samsung, LG, Sony and Panasonic although Loewe and B&O have some really staunch supporters who literally won’t even look at anything else! The Samsung QLED uses Quantum Dot technology which shines LEDs on to a layer of Quantum Dot cells to produce really bright and vivid colours.

This particular TV currently sells at Currys or PC World for in the region of £2500.

Anyway here I am with the new TV still in it’s box, two and a half grand poorer, but I do seem to have light shining out of my head.