TV shopping has to be one of the most baffling and confusing electronics safaris. All the model numbers are essentially identical, with tiny changes between models, the feature lists are crammed with jargon and marketing speak, and when you actually look at them, unless you're really a videophile, they all look good, pretty much.
One reason why I've been hemming and hawing now for two years over replacing our now long in the tooth Sony. But we probably will have to do something, as our current set is too small for the living room setup as it is and lacks some key features we want. One reason I'm looking at Samsung is that their TVs have built-in Bluetooth, and my wife really wants to use wireless headphones so she can watch stuff after I've gone to bed (our house is pretty small and closing the door to the bedroom both shuts off ventilation and annoys the hounds, who like to go back and forth).And we're hoping that current TVs do a better job with streaming and accessing other content, because right now we're using a $60 BluRay player primarily for Netflix because the TV has so little memory it can't stream worth a darn.
Samsung seems to have some very nice 55-65" sets (2016 models) with a lot of features that fit the bill. Has anyone got any real thoughts on curved vs. non-curved?