HDTV LCD TV
If you’re in the market for a new HDTV LCD TV, then how can you know you’re getting a good quality set for the best possible price? You can arm yourself with a few important facts about what makes them different.
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LCD stands for liquid crystal display. This means they can offer consumers screens that are thin and light. It also means that they produce clear images through the process of filtering those images and they use a few layers to do this.
Some of the layers in an LCD TV include the backlighting, the pixels, the glass, and of course the liquid crystal. Because of its technology advances, it doesn’t use the same pull of electricity that a plasma does, which translates into more money saved for you.
Whittling down which particular set to purchase isn’t difficult once you know what to look for in the features that you want. If you watch a lot of movies, you’re going to want a bigger screen. When buying an LCD TV, you can get screens with a great viewing angle that keeps the picture clear and undistorted.
If you like to play a lot of video games, then you’re going to want an HDTV LCD TV that has a game mode feature. This means that you get smooth action without your screen dragging and you get a crystal clear picture focus that can zero in on even the tiniest detail. You’ll want to look for sets that say that it delivers ‘darker blacks’ – because that’s a color feature that’s important for the image display.
Some models have sensors that can tell when the lighting of a room is not at the best for viewing the screen and it will automatically adjust whatever you’re watching so that the lighting in the room isn’t an issue.
You’ll get plenty of HDMI inputs as well as USB and with some models, you can also use the screen as if it were a computer monitor. You can stream movies and music and your favorite photos, too.
Specifications will vary from model to model, but a decent sized screen is about 40 inches. You should base the screen size on where you’ll be sitting in relation to where the television will be.
The model you select should also be certified as meeting Energy Star guidelines so that you’ll save money on the cost of your electricity. When you compare the features that you’ll get with the money you’ll save, there’s no reason not to purchase an HDTV LCD TV.