The Best TVs for Watching the Six Nations


It’s that special time of the rugby year again – the Six Nations has begun! Although some sports fans will argue that nothing compares to seeing Ireland clashing with other countries in person, we here at Harvey Norman believe that you can have an equally if not more enjoyable experience watching the match from the comfort of your own home.

However, it’s vital you have the best TV money can buy so we’ve rounded up three of our best curved, 4K and smart TVs for sports. Read on for more info.

Samsung 40” Curved TV

Planning on having a group of friends over to watch the match? Then you’ll probably want to consider buying a curved TV. As the name implies, this type of television utilises a curved screen design which provides a wider viewing angle compared to flat screen TVs, ensuring an optimum viewing experience for all regardless of where they’re sitting. The Samsung 40” Curved Full HD Smart TV features Samsung’s unique Auto Depth Enhancer that adds layers of contrast to the background, midground, foreground and objects for an even further depth of image.

Panasonic 49” LED 4K TV

4K TVs are ideal for sports fans searching for a television that offers crystal clear clarity and incredible detail. 4K TVs get their name from the fact that such TVs have a screen resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels (over 8 million pixels!), which is four times that of Full HD TVs (1920 x 1080). The Panasonic 49” LED 4K TV’s powerful Quad Core Pro Engine maximises every little detail 4K has to offer, resulting in a TV viewing experience that looks as good as the real thing.

LG 43” FHD Smart TV

Smart TVs (also known as connected TVs) are a type of television that are connected to the Internet. Smart TVs are great for sports fans who like to use sports apps to stay on top of everything sports related. The LG 43” FHD TV features Freeview HD, giving you access to a whole host of sports entertainment, on demand services and sports apps.

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