Enjoy the Big Game on These Big Screen TVs!


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Tomorrow sees Ireland take on Wales at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin as the third leg of the Six Nations Championship gets underway.

With two fantastic wins under their belt, the Irish team are definitely making their mark in this year’s Six Nations and tomorrow is guaranteed to be a cracker of a match.

You’re definitely going to want to watch this all-important game on the best TV you can get your hands on, so we’ve rounded up the very best Big Screen TVs on the market that money can buy.

Blaupunkt 32-inch HD LED TV

The Blaupunk 32-inch HD LED TV is a cost-effect option offering superb sound and picture at the fraction of the price of rival models. It uses LED backlighting to ensure light is directed where it’s needed and a screen resolution of 1366 x 738, allowing you to fully appreciate every tackle, scrum and try in glorious high definition.

Samsung 43-inch M5500 Full HD Smart TV

If you’re looking for an inexpensive Full HD Smart TV capable of providing the cleanest images possible then you’ll want to check out the Samsung 43-inch M5500 Full HD Smart TV. Micro Dimming Pro independently adjusts colour, brightness and sharpness for incredible picture clarity while the Contrast Enhancer brings images to life, providing you with a crystal clear image so detailed you’ll be able to see every blade of grass on the pitch.

LG 49-inch Super UHD TV

Ireland’s record so far in the Six Nations is something worth celebrating, so why not treat the whole family to a beautiful new LG 49-inch Super UHD TV in time for match day. This is a cutting edge television featuring Nano Cell technology and advanced 10 bit processing, which effectively transports you to the heart of the action thanks to its unrivalled picture quality. The LG 49-inch Super UHD TV is a truly advanced TV and one of the best televisions around for watching sports on. Breathtaking stuff indeed.

For the very best in Big Screen TVs, shop in-store or online.

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