Samsung LCD TV

If you want to purchase the leading type of flat-screen from the leading provider of the market, a Samsung Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD) is your best choice. Start by checking out the circulars in your area stores, especially Best Buy. Look out for special deals, and get a feel for what’s considered the best price for the type of LCD you seek.

So, why would you even want a flat-screen TV? A flat-screen TV combines high technology and aesthetics to bring a movie-like experience into the home. They are more compact, more portable and offer a desirable alternative to big, clunky traditional television sets. They take up less space, which can offer more decorating options in the living room, and make the living space feel like an entertainment experience. Imagine inviting all your friends for a Super Bowl or movie night and having the feeling of a home theater without ever leaving the house? This experience is especially novel for video game players … imagine those fighter jets in crystal-clear view!

LCDs, which first became widely available in 2004, invigorate color by using deeper blacks to enhance images. In addition, action on the screen becomes as real as if you were there, and there is no blurriness with the fast movements. Samsung guarantees a 100,000 hour panel life on their LCDs.

Perhaps you don’t know what’s better, a plasma or an LCD? LCDs are versatile, working well in both dimly lit ands bright rooms. They are lightweight for easy assembly and relocation. Plasmas are known for their bold, clear and sharp visual detail as well, however LCDs are increasingly becoming more popular than the plasma TV market, especially in the 40-inch variety. One of the downfalls of the plasma TV is that you need a size of 50 inches or larger to get a high quality picture.

Still attached to your old TV? Consider this: In addition to being lighter weight, it requires less power to run an LCD, as compared to its traditional, big-box counterpart. Even better, LCD has unveiled a light emitting diode (LED) screen that uses 40 percent less power than its present LCD screens. LED, which uses natural light to power the TV screen, is used in fewer of 10 percent of flat-screen TVs in the market, according to Samsung. Other future features of the Samsung flat-screens include expanding online activities on the television screen.

Samsung LCD TVs range in price from $379 to $5,000 in price and 19 to 60 inches in size. Resolutions range from 720 to 1080 pixels and a contrast ratio of 3,000:1 to 25,000:1. The contrast ratio is the ratio of brightness from the brightest color to the darkest color.

Features of the Samsung LCD TV include Digital Natural Image engine (DNIe), Picture in Picture, Anynet and Infolink. DNIe is a Samsung-created device that takes cable output from any source and optimizes it for the best picture quality possible in any Samsung device. Picture in Picture allows you to watch one screen while flipping channels on another screen. Anynet is a Samsung network device that let’s you control your TV and up to two other audio/visual devices through the TV remote. Infolink displays computer widgets that display information such as news, weather, sports and stocks on the TV screen, completely independent of the computer.

Samsung is a South Korean electronics company that has been around for more than 70 years and has grown into a global conglomeration. LCD TVs is but one facet of the many products that Samsung delivers, including digital camcorders, phones, printers, cameras, computers, MP3/DVD players, and major appliances.

This Samsung LCD TV Review is Written/Updated on Mar 3rd, 2009 and filed under Consumer Electronics, Digital Life. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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