Sunday, February 8, 2009

Are You Thinking of Buying a LCD TV? Then You Should Read This

The LCD television is great in small places
The LCD television will fit where larger TVs can not. The term LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Diode. If you want a flat panel TV, you can choose either a LCD TV or plasma TV. It is in the electronics that the LCD differs from the plasma TV.
How does the LCD make a picture?
LCD TVs are available in a few variations. The first is the conventional LCD panel, but isn’t only used in televisions. LCDs are used in many other electronic technologies like microwaves, digital clocks, calculators, and stereos. In the television, the LCD comes in the design called Twisted Nematic (TM). It is a naturally twisted crystalline structure that reacts to electric currents in predictable manners. The currents cause it to untwist to different degrees based on the voltage given. These TN crystals are stuck between panes of polarized glass and the untwisting allows different amounts of light to pass through.
Most agree that if you are purchasing a flat television panel smaller than 37”, you should buy a LCD TV. Larger LCD panels tend to not be as crisp. You will find that the plasma TV is better, if bigger. There are two exceptions if the room is very bright, the LCD is superior and LCD also is more resistant to burn in from sources like computers and TV video game consoles. LCD can burn out but occur much less than earlier models. Many models are now High Definition (HDTV) capable as well.
The life-span of the LCD is tremendous as well and outlasts your old CRT TV. This makes it a great investment and valuable in your house.
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