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Sony Bravia KDL-40W5500 LCD TV Review


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The Sony Bravia KDL-40W5500 LCD TV is a Full HD TV with 1920 x 1080 pixels and displays HD content with sharp, clear picture quality. It is equipped with technology to reduce blur with Motion Flow 100Hz that the finer details with impressive depth and clarity of the shows a natural color. It 's the best image contrast and leads to real life. You can see how four different options, such as low, high,Central and off for optimum picture quality. This LCD TV provides deep blacks and enhance dark scenes, with the help of technology, contrast enhancer. This LCD TV has a remote with a touch simple set of sound and image for a more dynamic picture of the results and a better screen.

It has enabled the setting and eco-system and in accordance with light sensor adjusts the ambient light. This is an efficient television, film showswith 24p True Cinema format. Enjoy the movie with the actual size and not lose image quality. It features intelligent technology image, the analog signal is amplified. And 'the Picture Frame Mode to display photographs. This LCD TV has surround sound with built-in speakers. And 'technology that allows DLNA content to enjoy the connections from the computer and the LCD TV has four HDMI ports.

EnjoyGame console, Blu-ray Disc and other AV components. Media Player has USB functionality and BRAVIA Sync to control the camera system and digital camera. This LCD TV can be rotated and has completely finished piano-black color and comes standard digital terrestrial TV tuner with digital.

Supports MPEG 2 and receives analog signals. This LCD TV screen is dynamic and the screen can create a contrast ratio of 30000:12250000000000000 colors.

It has digital comb filter and equipped with Dolby Digital 5.1 audio channels. In energy saving mode with the cradle and mounting brackets.

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LCD Enclosures – Selecting a LCD TV


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LCD enclosures are a cost effective and practical method using screens in locations exposed. Often used for outdoor digital signage to provide all the protections necessary to use an LCD screen in nature.

LCD housing are often made to ensure IP65 and NEMA 4, are against the weather elements and airborne debris commonly associated with outdoor locations to protect.

Steel enclosures offer robust protection against vandalism andensure an accidental impact and contain all the components and the temperature inside the housing climate that LCD is always the perfect temperature.

A frame LCD offers a solution in the round for the installation of digital signage in a pool, and can take a lot of headaches (and costs) with the application of digital outdoor signage. But there is a decision you make, the choice of the screen.

There are four types of LCDgenerally available:

* Standard – designed for private use
* Commercial Equipment – Commercial interior design
High-Brightness-TV 's * – especially commercial screens with extra strong backlight
* Outdoor TV – waterproof and resistant to air pollution

Obviously Such a housing LCD is waterproof and can protect from all elements in the Open, is there no need to buy an outdoor TV – this is as good as this type of TVThe most expensive (to more than $ 10,000) are.

While LCD chassis offers space for all standard LCD TV, use devices that are taken home to be really considered not doing so. A standard LCD device was not well designed to have as many screens the long-term signs and their life will not be forgotten that a standard quality video.

The needs of commercial grade, LCD digital signage to measure. And 'cabin be left permanently and will run most standardDevices for only a small increase in costs. These are ideal for digital signage applications as digital signage, even outdoors, but the screen is where to direct sunlight it's worth, the brightness-screen LCD TV to ensure a high level, the sunlight readable even under the brightest.

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LCD Vs LED Displays


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Just a decade ago flat panel computer monitors were an oddity and the least expensive models went for more than the price of standard PC but these days the flat panel monitor is everywhere. Prices have come down in the last ten years as well, and new technologies are coming into the market. The latest is the LED monitor. As with any new technology it can be confusing at first. Like two identical cars with different engines, simply looking at the two side by side doesn’t immediately tell us a whole lot of information. A flat panel looks like a flat panel. The difference is under the hood.

LCD displays work by having a miniature fluorescent tube light bulb behind a liquid crystal screen, usually at the top although sometimes at the bottom or both. The liquid crystal display can change color, but does not give off any light. The light we see comes from the fluorescent bulbs shining through the LCD itself as the matrix changes color. This works rather well but has a few drawbacks, the most immediately obvious is that it’s very difficult to display black. Because there are only one or two fluorescent bulbs lighting the entire screen the only way an LCD can display black is to change the pixels to opaque, therefore blocking the light. Some LCDs are more successful at this than others, but all except the latest screens will obviously look dark gray or charcoal when the screen is on, but displaying black. This is all right for most uses, but for watching movies or video gaming the imperfect black levels can be frustrating.

LED displays work similarly to LCDs, except instead of having fluorescent bulbs there are many Light Emitting Diodes behind the screen. These LEDs require very little electricity, and ones that are not needed (if a portion of the screen is displaying black) can be turned off. Overall, this means LED screens use about 40% less electricity than their already very efficient LCD counterparts. It also means LED screens have superior black levels. The LEDs also take up less space than the small fluorescent bulbs so the screens are noticeably thinner, and lighter. Finally, many people have noted that small amounts of mercury is used in the manufacturing of traditional LCDs (for the fluorescent bulbs) and this is not the case with LED screens.

Currently LED screens cost about 50% more than an LCD screen of the same size, but there are definite advantages and no drawbacks to the new technology other than the increased price tag.

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Can I Purchase an LCD TV Online?

With the proliferation of the internet, the online companies that specialize in the sales and distribution of white goods increased dramatically. Investing on an electrical appliance through these online vendors has their own share of advantages and disadvantages. For the time being, I will stick to the advantageous portions! In addition, for the sake of simplicity, I will concentrate on the LCD and Plasma TVs only. The topic of this brief discussion might boggle the minds of some of the readers – according to them, who in their sane, would invest on these white goods online?

Allow me to present a fictitious situation. Therefore, you wish to purchase a new LCD or Plasma TV for your home. You do the necessary research online and find out the model number and make of a TV. The latest TV models are expensive and will make a dent in your purse because they are manufactured using the latest state of the art technologies. Well, a fellow internet user informs you about a website; where the same TV is given away for approximately $200 to $300 lesser. Here comes the real question – tell me, won’t you at least look into the website with the intention of purchasing the TV for a feasible price?

If you are looking for the latest models from reputed manufacturers (which, will not be available at the local authorized dealer for another month or so), you must stick with these websites. People fear such web portals; once you pay for the TV, what if the TV does not reach your doorstep? On the other hand, what if the local customs’ agents decide to play spoilsport? Numerous other queries of the same nature will pass through their minds and hence, they will decide not to invest on an LCD or Plasma TV online.

If you are interested in buying a plasma or LCD TV, you must seek the expertise of the best, recognized and reputed online websites. These websites will be designed to make the novice user feel at home. Even if you do not have any ideas regarding these TVs, you will be able to choose one of your likings when you purchase through such portals. The products will be classified according to the type (LCD or Plasma TV), by brand, by price and even by the viewing distance. Some of the online portals go that extra mile by grouping the products according to the screen size and resolution (full HD or just high definition).

You I'm worried about the payment procedure and practiced the routine delivery of such websites. From now on, have websites have recognized that the purchase of LCD or plasma TV that's just a breeze. It is not necessary to perform well with professed internet purchase. Of course you must be very careful with your credit card. Always check the credit card entered on the portals only approved. Look for the sign and seal thatdisplay the authenticity of the payment gateway.

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People have been hooked to television for decades. Currently, it would be impossible to imagine daily life without television as this is where almost all people now rely for information and entertainment.

Almost all households all around the world are owning television sets. A home would not be completely a home without a television in the living room, dining room or any other corners or rooms where house members can sit, relax and enjoy their favorite TV shows.

It is no wonder that numerous companies have been developing different television sets. Now, there are so many brands to choose from. Aside from those brand names, different television technologies are also arising.

Yes, the conventional cathode ray tube (CRT TV) has evolved a lot. Many consumer electronics makers have been spending considerable amount of capital and effort to develop such new TV display technologies.

Plasma TVs

The plasma TV is one of those TV technologies that are actually better modifications of the old CRT TVs. Through the years, the popularity of plasma TVs has also been growing, so there are currently numerous brands for this TV display type.

The technology of plasma TVs has been around for decades now. However, it is only in the recent years that plasma TV products have been rolled out to the market because today, the cost of assembling plasma TVs are significantly lower.

The display or screen of plasma TVs are comparatively different from the conventional TV sets or from other new technology TVs. For one, early users of plasma TVs have been lured by its superior picture quality, slim size and light weight.

However, just like all other emerging technologies, plasma TVs have advantages and disadvantages. It would be imperative that you get knowledge of these facts before you decide buying one for your own use.

Advantages of plasma TV

For one, plasma TVs are lighter in weight, and are slimmer compared to other TV types. This feature would enable the user to easily transfer the TV set whenever there is a basic rearrangement at home.

Plasma TVs are more sophisticated-looking because of their flat screens. These TV sets can also come in bigger sizes, with more than 60 inches being the biggest.

Computer compatibility is one unique feature of plasma TVs so expect the screen to be a good alternative to computer or high-definition TV screens. Thus, these TV sets are multi-functional.

The screen resolution is absolutely high in resolution, so sometimes people mistake the TV sets for HDTVs, which are far more advanced and are considered the latest apple of the eye of TV technology aficionados. The color of the images are also extremely exceptional so you’ll definitely enjoy watching programs.

Disadvantages of plasma TVs

Being so slim and light that it is, the plasma TV is still not the slimmest and lightest TV around. Comparatively, another TV technology, LCD TV, has a slimmer screen and lighter weight than the plasma TV.

For people who may not know more about burn-in, plasma TV may be susceptible to that. When a TV has burn-in screen, traces of an image that is long projected on the screen, will stay in the screen and appear as minor shadows, that can sometimes be annoying.

Plasma TVs also have lower brightness than other TV screen types. That is why when you are viewing the TV on a bright sunny day, and there is ample daylight at the room, you would hardly see the image on the screen.

Moreover, experts still argue that plasma TVs are good buys. If you are planning to buy a TV set, consider purchasing a plasma TV and find out for yourself why so many people are choosing it over others.

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