FAQ for Mianhong

Common FAQ

  • How do I clean my TV screen?

    Use a microfiber cloth and a gentle cleaning solution to clean your TV screen. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials that can damage the screen. For a detailed information, view our article.
  • What is the difference between OLED and LED TVs?

    OLED TVs have better picture quality and deeper blacks than LED TVs. However, they are more expensive and may not be as bright in well-lit rooms.
  • Can I use my TV as a computer monitor?

    Yes, most modern TVs have HDMI ports that allow you to connect your computer and use your TV as a monitor.
  • How do I mount my TV on the wall?

    You will need a wall mount kit that is compatible with your TV size and weight. Follow the instructions carefully and make sure to use the appropriate tools. Mianhong(OPEE) will provide desired wall mount if needed for a ODM/OEM service.
  • Do I need a soundbar for my TV?

    It depends on your personal preference and the quality of the built-in speakers on your TV. If you want a more immersive audio experience, a soundbar can be a great investment. Mianhong(OPEE) can provide OEM/ODM customization to choose the right speakers for TVs.
  • Can I connect my TV to the internet?

    Yes, most smart TVs have built-in Wi-Fi or Ethernet ports that allow you to connect to the internet and stream content from services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video. 
  • What is HDR?

     HDR stands for High Dynamic Range, and it is a technology that allows TVs to display a wider range of colors and brightness levels. This results in a more realistic and immersive viewing experience.
  • What is the difference between 4K and 1080p?

    4K TVs have a higher resolution than 1080p TVs, which means they can display more detail and sharper images. If you want the best picture quality, a 4K TV is the way to go.
    For more information, view our article here
  • What size TV should I buy?

    The size of the TV you should buy depends on the size of the room and the distance between the TV and the seating area. As a general rule, you should choose a TV that is at least 40 inches for a medium-sized room and 55 inches for a larger room.