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Announcement: Pros and Cons of LCD HDTVs

Submitted by on September 29, 2011 – 12:22 amNo Comment | 4,650 views

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Shopping for an LCD HDTV calls for doing one’s due diligence to make sure the purchase is one that gets you the best product for the best price. The technology and terminology might throw one for a loop as the pros and cons of such devices might come into play.

Example of Well Known LCD TV Brands / Models
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Basically, the LCD HDTV is the newest innovation in flat screens. Years of research and development went into the products you see at the stores nowadays and there are such engineering feats that leave viewers with their eyes wide in amazement at the picture quality and resolution. To better understand, these systems are designed for a resolutions and contrast ratios and aspect ratios that give the best picture money can buy at this time. Screen sizes vary but from small to large you’ll still get that sharp picture and entertainment value.

More pros regarding LCD HDTVs is that at present they’re energy efficient, far more than other flat screens and the technology is improving rapidly. When buying a big ticket item like an LCD HDTV you’ll want that extra savings of knowing as you use the device in the long term you end up paying for it! That’s what’s so cool about today’s technology. In a few years you might get extra credit! Another plus side is the compatibility factor to other entertainment venues such as interactive regarding games and education and fitness. With more interactive video out you’ll want the crisp, clean picture that LCD HDTV affords. Mind you there is one con here, just because you have HDTV doesn’t mean you’re watching it whenever you turn it on. You need to be hooked up to a channel or network that is broadcasting ‘in’ HDTV. Sure the picture of regular broadcasts is fine and will look great but nothing compared to what you’ll see in real HDTV. If you want to see the difference you can go to a store and ask. You’ll see the difference then and there.

The other cons are the viewing angle issues. However, the improvements are on the way via the dynamic ratio which you must ask for as it is different from static thus allowing for better viewing given ambient light in the room. Added with the matte plastic screens of the LCD it offsets the other problems. If your LCD has a glassy screen just test it at the shop that features them.

Overall, the pros far outweigh the cons in LCD HDTVs.

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