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Buying Guides

Don't know your LCD from your LED? Our buying guides make choosing your new TV set-up simple.

Connectivity Buying Guide

HDMI Cable

What is a HDMI cable?

HDMI cables carry sound and vision in a 'pure digital', high-quality form from your player or device to your screen. They can be the difference between standard and high-definition quality.

Optical Audio Cables

What is an optical audio cable?

Optical audio cables are used for connecting your TV to other audio systems, like a soundbar. They’re brilliant for setting up a home cinema system for a full, immersive effect.

Satellite Cables

What is a satellite cable?

A satellite cable, like the name suggests, is for connecting up satellite services like Sky and Virgin Media.

Component Cables

What is a component cable?

A component cable is the highest-quality method for connecting any video source to your TV. They can carry 1080p (HD) signals too, making them great for HD TVs.

Composite Cables

What is a composite cable?

Composite video connection is essentially the same as component video connection but doesn’t support high definition or 3D. They commonly connect to DVD players and VCRs.

Coaxial Cables

What is a coaxial cable?

Coaxial digital audio offers an audio-only connection between your TV and devices like Blu-ray players, set-top boxes and games consoles.

Optical Digital Audio Cables

What is an optical digital audio cable?

Optical digital audio offers you premium audio connection. It's solely an audio connection and is frequently used for surround sound systems.

VGA Cables

What is a VGA cable?

VGA cables connect your PC or laptop to your TV. These are commonly used in offices and are perfect for when you want your laptop screen up on the big telly for a presentation.