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Find the latest audio-visual home entertainment appliances from top brands at 100%.

Our range of top brand Televisions include OLED, QLED, Neo QLED, 4K UHD and LED in screen size options from 40” to a massive 89”. We stock home entertainment appliances including DVD, Blu-ray and Set Top Boxes plus Audio Systems, including Sound Bars, Wireless and Bluetooth Speakers, Home Theatres, Earphones and Headphones. Because we know all the technology options can sometimes be overwhelming, 100% has the friendly personal service and advice to help you make the right decision for you and your home entertainment needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between OLED and QLED TVs?


OLED stands for Organic Light-Emitting Diode. Unlike LED TVs where the screens are backlit, each pixel of colour in OLED TVs emits its own light which means dark and light pixels can sit side-by-side without the brightness of one impacting the other. This makes for really crisp contrasts and picture clarity. OLED Televisions are also lighter and thinner than LED TVs, use less energy and offer excellent viewing angles no matter where you are seated.

QLED stands for Quantum Light-Emitting Diode. These are in effect LED TVSs as the screens are backlit, however QLED TVs use tiny nanoparticles called quantum-dots to supercharge the brightness and colour. The dots are contained in a film, and the light that hits them is provided by an LED backlight. This option offers a great viewing experience with one of the brightest television screens around.

Can all TVs connect to the internet?


An older model TV without ‘smart’ connectivity built in, can still connect to the internet if you use a dedicated streaming device, HDMI cable, Blu-ray player or gaming console. These are a few of the affordable ways you can make your old school TV ‘smart’.

If you bought gaming consoles or Blu-ray players in the last 10 years or so, chances are they have internet connectivity but you’ll need to check this. Otherwise, an HDMI cord attached to your laptop or a streaming device such as Google Chromecast, Apple TV or Amazon Firestick should do the trick.

Can I still buy music systems to play CDs?


Yes, Panasonic in particular offers a range of mini and micro systems that play CDs, so there is no need to ditch the collection of music you have built up over the years. These music systems also have bluetooth capability, FM radio and some also offer built-in Chromecast functionality.

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