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LCD TVsA Peek Inside — LCDs, or “liquid crystal displays,” are filled with crystals. That's right—the name refers to a crystalline, semi-liquid, semi-solid matter inside a pixel. It impacts light's path from a bulb, through a pixel, and right to your eyeballs. The light source is important: These days, if an LCD doesn’t say “LED” on the box, it probably uses a cold cathode fluorescent lamp (CCFL) to illuminate the picture.
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BenefitsThe cheapest TVs, like the ones you see on sale for $200 at Target, are almost always LCDs. They're nice and bright, fairly thin, and don't draw too much power. Plus, they usually offer great screen uniformity, meaning you won't see splotchy light leaks that break up the smoothness of a picture. If you can't spend much money, they provide a decent value.
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LED TVsA Peek Inside — Whoa now, Mr. Know-It-All says. LED TVs are LCD TVs. Yes, we know, just hold onto your windbag for a jiffy. When shoppers look for an LED LCD display, the box will say LED TV—so that's what we're going to call them. The basic technology in LED TVs is the same as with LCDs as a whole—crystal-stuffed pixels and so forth. The difference is the light source: LED TVs use "light-emitting diodes" to illuminate their screens.
- Ultra High Definition Cured Panel
- Smart Android OS
- Built-in Digital Media Player & Subwoofer
- Screen Mirroring
- 100000 h Display Life
- Digital Noise Reduction
- Maximum Colors: 16.2 M
- St.By Consumption: < 0.5 W
- Active Area: 337.920 (H) x 270.336 (V) mm
- Contrast Ratio: 700 :1 - 1000 : 1
- Dot Pitch: 0.264 (H) x 0.264 (V) um
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Pick up an LCD HDTV and leap into a world of incredibly vivid picture quality. Whether you choose a Samsung LCD TV or one from another manufacturer you'll enjoy amazing images.
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Great customer support!
Documentation include with explanations for most of the options.
With just a few clicks you can add any color you want.
TV that has a speaker setup that rivals a home theater system
Applications that can be used to stream video from Netflix, do video conferencing via Skype, and even enjoy photographs you’ve uploaded to flickr.
HDTVs that are Internet capable are rapidly becoming a standard feature. In fact, most new HDTVs are now able to stream video directly from the Internet.
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At this stage, you want to keep things all digital. HDMI is the digital standard and every TV comes with it. This also allows you to hook it into a current home theater, satellite box, and keep both
HDTV standards are progressive, meaning that they show the entire image, with every line of resolution, with each frame. TVs can come in 720p or 1080p, meaning 720 lines
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WELCOME TO TVLCD.NETLCD TVs are among the most sought-after devices these days. With this in mind, Croma brings you an extensive range of LCD TVs with high-end features. We have LCD TVs of varying sizes such as 22, 24 , 26, 32, 40, 42 inches, and more. Whether the size of the LCD TV is 32 or 42 inches, we ensure that you get the best-in-class at an amazing price. At Croma, we offer a large variety of LCD TVs from some of the top brands such as Toshiba, Philips, Panasonic, LG, and many more.
BUYING GUIDE FOR LCD-TV
It has evolved from analogue to digital, and CRT to LCD, Plasma and LED TVs. Advancement in technology has made the LCD televisions common these days. High definition resolution and web surfing features on television sets are the new buzz in household TV sets.
In comparison to CRT televisions, LCD, LED and plasma TVs are slim and helps save space. Besides, the panel televisions are enriched with features whether it’s picture quality or vividness of colour.
Features: Analogue / Digital Picture quality Space requirement Energy consumption Wall mount option HDMI / USB Cost factor
Digital Tiny pixels for detailed imagery Highly efficient Compatible Easily mountable Relatively high
Our best-in-class LCD TVs display crisp and clear images that are an accurate reproduction of fine details and textures. These high-end LCD TVs let you watch fast paced sports or action scenes with sharp picture quality. With our impressive collection of LCD TVs, you can turn your living room into an entertainment centre. These LCD TVs allow you to watch movies in finer details and enhance the on-screen depth to give you an amazing entertainment experience. Shop now from our wide range of LCD TV and experience entertainment the way its meant to be enjoyed.
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LCD TV – The Easiest Way to get into HD
LCD TVs are the most popular display technology, with all the biggest brands like Sony, Samsung, LG, Sharp, Panasonic, and Toshiba manufacturing many models in all different sizes. They produce bright and detailed HD images for gaming, movies, and sports. They’re available with a huge range of features. And they offer the most bang for your buck. With so many choices, what do you look for when shopping for an LCD TV?MORE ABOUT US +
Size and Resolution
The size of the LCD to buy should be determined by the size of the room you’re placing it in. The smaller the room, the smaller the display you’ll need, and vice-versa. LCD TVs are offered in two resolutions: HD 720p and Full HD 1080p. HD 720p is great for smaller displays, but if you want to get the full picture with all the details, opt for an LCD television with a Full HD 1080p resolution.
An LCD TV’s frame refresh rate is measured in hertz and dictates how many times an image is displayed on the screen in a second, and how smooth the on-screen motion will be. Standard LCD TVs are usually rated at 60Hz, whereas higher-end models are rated at 120Hz or 240Hz. The higher the rate, the smoother the motion will be – a great feature to have for watching sports and other fast-pace content.
What you can connect is just as important as the TV itself. HDMI ports are the standard way to connect your HD devices to an LCD TV, so look for a model that has as many ports as you need. The latest LCD flat panels even have online connectivity options, allowing you to connect to the internet and browse sites like YouTube.