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Upgrade Your Home Cinema for Euro 2024 with Top Smart TV Deals

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Upgrade your home cinema for Euro 2024 with top smart TV deals from Samsung, LG, Sony, and Philips, available at Cdiscount and MediaMarkt with discounts up to 62%!

TV Deals: Elevate Your Home Cinema Experience Ahead of Euro 2024

With Euro 2024 on the horizon, it is the perfect time to set up your home cinema with top-quality TVs available at bargain prices. Both Cdiscount and MediaMarkt have launched special offers on a wide array of Samsung, LG, Sony, and Philips televisions to enhance your viewing experience, whether it's for sports events or your favorite TV shows and movies.

One of the standout deals includes the Samsung 55QN85B smart TV, available at Cdiscount for €849.99. This model boasts a NeoQLED display system with Quantum HDR technology, providing detailed visual renderings and enhanced brightness with the Quantum Mini LED device. The TV supports 4K UHD content, making it ideal for a home cinema setup. Rated 4.7 stars by customers, the Samsung 55QN85B also features Dolby Atmos and OTS technologies for exceptional sound quality. Additionally, it supports the Gaming Hub interface, including Xbox and other cloud gaming services, making it suitable for gamers as well.

At MediaMarkt, you can find various top-brand TVs with significant discounts, ideal for setting up a home stadium for the European Football Championship. The discounts are available on models from LG, Samsung, Sony, and Philips, with savings reaching up to 62% on some models. For example, the Samsung GQ55QN90C NEO QLED TV is priced at €1,299, down from €2,299—a 43% discount. MediaMarkt's sale is valid until June 2, 2024, ensuring ample time to equip yourself with a new television ahead of the tournament's kickoff on June 14.

With options like the LG OLED65C31LA OLED evo TV at €1,444 (54% discount) and the Sony Bravia XR-65A80L OLED TV at €1,888 (37% discount), MediaMarkt's extensive selection ensures there's a deal for every budget and requirement. These TVs are perfect for football fans eager to catch all the action from Euro 2024 in stunning 4K quality. ARD, ZDF, RTL, and MagentaTV will broadcast all games live, with full coverage of the German national team's matches on public broadcasters. Furthermore, MediaMarkt offers discounts on other products like kitchen appliances, smartphones, and household gadgets.

Both sales events emphasize the increasing anticipation for Euro 2024 and provide an excellent opportunity for consumers to upgrade their home entertainment systems affordably. Whether you are preparing to watch the European Championship or looking to enrich your gaming and movie-watching experience, the deals from Cdiscount and MediaMarkt are too good to miss.

  • The Samsung 55QN85B smart TV also stands out for its environmental benefits, featuring an Eco mode that utilizes AI to save energy on a daily basis, making it a sustainable choice for conscious consumers. The TV’s Neural Quantum 4K processor and Tizen OS ensure a fast and intuitive user experience, offering access to a multitude of streaming services and smart features.
  • For those leaning towards other brands, MediaMarkt's discount campaign includes the LG NANO756QC series and the Sony Bravia series, both offering impressive immersion with cutting-edge OLED and NanoCell technologies. Philips also brings Ambilight technology to the table, enhancing the viewing experience by casting colors matching the on-screen images onto the surrounding walls.
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Refs: | Merkur | Le Parisien |

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