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Announcement: What To Look When Choosing Your Best LCD HDTV

Submitted by on October 4, 2011 – 12:22 amNo Comment | 4,129 views

Samsung LE52M87BD LCD TV
If you’re going to spend that hard earned money on a new LCD HDTV you’ll want to know what to look for in choosing the best LCD HDTV.

Smart consumers take the time to study up on the various models available, options, and more. You’ll want to get right in there and get in there deep to make sure you don’t miss out on any features or discounts. This can be a big ticket item and one you don’t want to repeat several times nor have to go through numerous warranty issues and other problems. You’ll be making your decision based on several factors including make and model and the manufacturers claims and customer reviews. Resolution is important and you’ll need to know the difference between 1080p and 1080i. Both are different forms of resolution that play importantly in the type of picture quality you’ll receive. You’ll probably want the 1080p as it stands for ‘progressive’ a format that allows for a better image and performance. You’ll want to know about the surface of the screen whether it is matte plastic or glossy glass. Sometimes viewing angle and the room’s ambient light come into play.

Example of Popular LCD TV Brands / Models
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You’ll want to know if the size you choose will be safe for your home. If you’ve little ones running about you want to make sure your unit won’t topple over. You need compatibility issues such as being able to access certain HDTV venues online, via satellite or any new means of broadcasting. DVD, Blu-ray and whatever else the geniuses in electronics come up with in the near future. With HDMI and other systems of video input the screen can receive just about any video input. Aspect ratio of the screen is important so that you get the size picture you’re looking for in regard to what you use the screen for.

Most important after performance is lifespan. LCD HDTVs can boast upwards of over 50,000 or more hours of life and you’ll find that if you don’t leave the screen on 24/7 it will meet those specs and far more. Especially important is the source of the backlighting. You don’t want it to go out and leave you image challenged. This is the key in purchasing an LCD HDTV because the bulbs for the backlight might not be under as lengthy a warranty as the whole unit. If this is the case then it’s best to buy from the higher brands and triple check what the warranties cover and if in some cases the bulbs for backlighting can be purchased and reinstalled.

Once more we need to talk installation. There are such options as articulating wall mounts that allow for the screens to be flat or flush with the wall or extended to tilt to the viewer. Tilt wall mounts that allows for tilting the screen for better viewing. There are are the traditional flat wall mounts that just place the screen flat to the wall. Ceiling mounts that allow for the unit to be suspended should there not be a wall to fix it to. Lifts are motorized units that raise or lower the screen into view. All these options call for precise installation and you have the option of having them installed by professionals or by doing it yourself.

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