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LG Transforms Your Living Room Into Entertainment Central

Dad is trying unsuccessfully to exercise, while Mom sits alone at the dining table, drinking tea and twirling yarn around her finger. One kid is eyeing the cookie jar, hoping to sneak off with a treat while no one’s looking. Meanwhile, her brother is in the kitchen, drumming away with wooden spoons and pots and pans.

How do you bring together this crew for some quality family time? Settle into the couch and select a movie to watch on your LG 4K UHD Smart TV. It delivers exceptional clarity, even up close, and the 4K upscaler enhances the detail of all your favorite shows.

Pair it with the LG 1000W X-Boom Home Theater System, which has built-in subwoofers and simulated surround sound, and your living room suddenly becomes better than a movie theater. For sure the snacks and drinks are cheaper!

Thanks to LG, family game days and movie nights will never be the same — especially if you win! Find out how to enter our big LG giveaway.

Even if you don’t win, you can find it all at Rent-A-Center. RAC has big brands you want, like LG, at small prices you can afford — all without credit. Shop online, or find your nearest store, and take home the best LG electronics today.

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How to Shop for a TV

How to Shop for a TV

There’s nothing like settling in for a movie night, or curling up on the couch to binge-watch episodes of your favorite television show. With the right TV, the colors and action come to life, pulling you into the story and keeping you entertained.

To make sure you get the right set, here are four things to take into account when shopping for a TV:

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4 Things Every Sports Fan Needs for Game Day

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Game day is about more than just sports. It’s about creating the ultimate fan experience complete with family, friends, and a jalapeño popper or two. But first, consider your watching environment. Is your TV up to snuff, so you know you won’t miss a single moment? Oh, and how is the sound? Do you feel like you’re part of the action? Can your friend, who’s just there for the snacks, still get comfy even if he’s not glued to the game? We’ve rounded up everything an enthusiast needs to play nice all season long, no matter which sport you love.

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How a Home Theater Takes Gaming to a New Level

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Today’s gaming systems like the Microsoft Xbox One S and Sony PlayStation 4 are designed to fully immerse you in full-on video game action. But playing on a small TV with built-in speakers is like trying to experience an NFL game while sitting in your car outside the stadium: you miss a lot. By integrating your video game console with a high performance home theater system from Rent-A-Center, you can create an entirely new gaming experience for all your favorite games, from Guitar Hero and FIFA to Halo and Minecraft.

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Give the Gift of Rent-A-Center Products During the Holidays

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The holiday season can be hard on your wallet, especially when it comes to buying thoughtful gifts for the ones you love most. Fortunately, there’s an alternative: At Rent-A-Center, you can give big gifts for small payments. It’s better than layaway because you take the products you want home today, and you’ll create holiday joy—not holiday debt—with no credit needed. Here are a few of the products available at Rent-A-Center that you’ll want to add to your holiday wish list.Read Story

What Is 4K TV?

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Though 4K TV may sound like the newest droid, this next-gen technology does not reside in a galaxy far, far away. In fact, 4K TVs are currently landing in homes across the country. Here’s what you need to know about this cutting-edge technology before you decide to buy.

What is it?
At its most basic, 4K means the screens of 4K TVs have four times the number of pixels (the points that make up a digital image) than current 1080p TVs. In other words, every pixel from a 1080p set would fit into one-quarter of a 4K (2160p) screen.

This technology isn’t limited to TV and the big screen. It’s being used with anything that displays images or records video — from cameras, smartphones, and tablets to computer monitors and PC games.

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