Buying A Television
It is hard to tell why one should buy a flat screen, a high definition capable television, a 17 inch screen or a 56 inch screen. In addition, there are many models to choose from. Some models cost just under $ 1000 dollars while some will set you back as much as three months worth of a modest mortgage. Making a decision will depend mainly on the use for the television and the budget of the buyer.Chances are you will have to decide between a plasma or LCD screen. A plasma screen is ideal for saving space as plasma televisions are flat.
In addition, plasma screens give extra features as in they support high definitions media. But now all the plasma televisions out there will support this. The cheaper brands will skimp on this so do your home work well. The higher the number of pixels it has the better it will display HDTV content. Plasma screens also perform well even in poor lighting.
On the other hand, liquid crystal display (LCD) television screens do not perform at the same level as plasma screens .In poor lighting, LCD screens do not contrast black colors well. LCD screens needs very good bright light to perform well while plasma screens do not need this requirement. They also take up little space just like plasma screen being thin and sleek. LCD screens are good for viewing computer data and for video gaming so it can double up as your computer screen as well as gaming screen. An LCD will be ideal if there will be need to use for presentations and the like. LCD screens are not affected by altitude air pressure changes so this makes them good choices for use in airplanes. Plasma screens emit a humming sound at high altitudes. What else should look at while shopping for a television? While choosing a screen size you have to consider the distance between the television and the sitting place frequently used. Keeping in mind that the larger the screener the more you will have to pay.
Also consider analog or digital, most broadcasters are moving to digital productions. For cable and VHS viewing an analog television will do while DVD media, digital cable and satellite, a digital television is more suited. There are other luxury features that you may consider going for while choosing your set. A picture in picture feature (PIP) is a feature that helps you watch two programmes at the same time. The two programmes could be television or video. If you are a sports fun then this is the feature to go for as your feature extra after choosing your screen and other features. It is good also if you hate commercials and would like to escape to something else while it running.
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