Posted in August 2012

What to Look for in an LCD Television

The prices of LCD televisions have dropped dramatically in recent years, and that means that these new flat panel TVs are more affordable than ever. Televisions that used to cost several thousand dollars can now be purchased for only a couple hundred dollars, and those lower prices have attracted many more customers. But even though … Continue reading

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Toshiba Energy Saving LED TV

There is a common misconception surrounding LED TVs. Many people believe that these televisions are purely LED lit. This is not the case. They are a new generation of LCD televisions that use LED back-lighting. When considering if you want to purchase this type of technology there are a few things you need to think … Continue reading

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Samsung’s New Incredible 75-inch LCD TV

Samsung added a new one to its top-of-the-line LCD TVs. The new TV features a massive 75-inch display and with a impossible thin bezel. This TV is now available in South Korea. The ES9000 has a 7.9mm bezel and with the Samsung’s Diamond Black Panel brings a big improvement in clearness, contrast and brightness. This … Continue reading

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Lots of kids – you probably own a plasma TV

THE more children you have, the more likely you are to own a plasma TV. The more money you have, the more likely you are to have an energy-saving LCD TV and front-loader washing machine – and to use public transport.   The further you are from Melbourne, the more likely you are to have … Continue reading

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Sony Trinitron 36 “TV. Sound but no video?

Sony Trinitron 36 “TV. Sound but no video? Model # kv32f513 2002, it was flashing when I turned by chance, but it was only the Video, which was shut down, not the entire power supply was still on TV. Then fixed after about ten minutes or so, but now I cannot get any video to … Continue reading

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Super Hi-Vision 8K TV standard approved by UN agency

Image was taken from here. A new high-resolution television format has been approved by the UN’s communication standards setting agency. Broadcasts in 8K will offer a resolution of 7,680 by 4,320 pixels – roughly the equivalent of a 32 megapixel photo. That is 16 times as sharp as current HD TVs offering about 2MP resolutions. … Continue reading

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Sharp set to fire more people

            Image was taken from here. A customer checks Sharp Corp’s liquid crystal display (LCD) television at a discount chain store in Tokyo, Japan. Sharp is considering a spin-off of its plant in Kameyama producing LCD panels and selling off operations of parts of home electronics. EPA photo Japan’s embattled … Continue reading

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3D tech gives TV a new dimension

When Mumbai-based Sunil Khatri went looking for a new TV, he was fascinated by 3D TVs, and the viewing experience those offered. But, one look at their price tags and the accompanying costs to buy 3D glasses for his family of six members convinced him to settle for a 40-inch high definition LED TV, which … Continue reading

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