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A 50 inch plasma tv is on the mind of many people. In this article we are going to talk about 3 reasons to invest in a television that is 50 inches.

Buying a 50 inch plasma tv does not have to be something that drives you crazy. You do not have to keep scratching your head and trying to figure out if it’s a good investment or if you really need one. Let’s go on to talk about 3 reasons to invest in a television that is 50 inches.

Make Your Own Sports Bar

If you want to hang out with your friends, watch sports and have a good time you would usually go to a sports bar. There is food, drink and fun at a sports bar but it can get pretty expensive and sometimes the family gets upset at you for going out so much. If you have this problem then getting your own big screen television is a great idea. You won’t have to leave the house and you can still have an experience like a sports bar. Just invite your friends over and you can have the same environment but it will be cheaper and more fun.

Save Money On Movies

Have you ever thought about how much money you spend going to the movies? If you had a big screen television you would have a much easier time staying home and watching the movies that you want to see. You are sure to have more time with your family and extra money left over as well.

Enjoy A Better Experience

Even if you have a great sound system you are not going to be able to fully enjoy your movie and television watching experience unless you have a big enough television. I remember a few times watching a football game and wondering which of the little ants was throwing the ball to. It was really annoying and if you are dealing with this I am sure you are annoyed as well. A 50 inch plasma TV will make your viewing experience much better and you can thoroughly enjoy every minute of your viewing.

We have looked at the reasons why you would want to invest in one of these televisions, how it can actually save you money and allow you to enjoy a better viewing experience. Now you know why you would want to buy a 50 inch plasma TV.

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Review Samsung LCD HD TV LN40C630

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I was recently looking for the best selling HD TV and was really surprised when my research led me to LN40C630 Samsung LCD HD-TV. At first I was surprised it was Samsung (big fan like me), and secondly something that set a 40-inch and larger. So, here I am, HD-TV technician and I am surprised at that!

I also thought it would be a plasma or LED, but it was a mid-range LCD, the top came on. So I had to find outMore information about this HD-TV that everyone buys in America!

When I was in Vancouver at the time, I went down to the local Future Shop to see what I could discover. How to get there early on a Monday morning, hoping to sales staff had nothing better to do and when I demo, the strategy proved to be a good as I quickly found my new best friend Graham sellers TV. To be honest I have to tell him that he had no plans to purchase and would mind so that a Starbucks Vanilla Lattelater, Graham was in full swing!

The first thing that Graham told me that Samsung has just been on the market with the C-series LCD away. And he was very quick to point out that the price has dropped compared to previous models. Release. My guess is that economies of scale have kicked in since the output of LCD-TV is concerned … that the shipment associated with the noticeable increase in demand and, therefore, numbers, and is a classic situation of price reductions. So, I think we have just reachedthe point where people start to hear is a really good buy to invest in HD TV.

This is fair enough, but I still think HD-TV has no "wow" the potential buyer to do with their hard earned money, even more in the current economic conditions.

The most important thing I wanted to know was, on motion blur, screen, LCD Ealy is a known bug. In reality, it is because my first set HD plasma (with a sports fan and all) was. Of course, the oldPlasma (now on my second set) suffers from the curse of plasma – screen burn. Spoilt for choice in the "old" days!

Anyway, back to the story, Graham said, because Samsung has the 630 series with 120 Hz refresh rate and has made full 1080p HD capabilities, the problem is resolved. The 80,000:1 contrast of the screen, also helps the picture clear and sharp, even when the plot reaches a rapid pace.

I think watching TV is a priority for pastimemany millions of Americans to overcome this problem is the lowest price now, the price objection barrier has been broken, thus demonstrating the LN40C630 Samsung now so popular and we see great sales.

Sure, I love all sports and this was an important issue for me. But what I saw from the LCD TV LN40C630 really changed my perspective on the LCD.

Thus, we have equipped a true 1080p source and the image is clear. And I'm happy to report fullyno motion blur. We saw a "day after" a Canucks game in full 1080 HD. Ice hockey is probably the fastest available sports and the picture was amazing. The action was clearly with the bright colors and deep blacks and bright and dark.

Then we put on Blu-ray DVD player to see how the HD-DVD TV executed. In addition, the Samsung came LN40C630 Trump. Shiny, bright, solid color, with a deep rich black and wore a striking contrast andImages that seem like real life from the sun was.

Graham (we were now on first name terms) explains this with the contrast ratio and 1080p. He also told me that LCDs were initially only 10000:1. Most HDTVs are about 70,000 – it seems 100 000 ratio, and this is what gives the latest rates and more detailed, sharp image, no matter how fast and frantic action could come.

It 's true that better "definition" is an LED,but I am convinced (after I) that rates are now so popular because it is a truly breathtaking view at a very reasonable price. It 'also very "immediate" future-proof settlement with Graham, it would be "good for the last 5-7 years. I think it's reasonable.

The Samsung comes with reasonable UN40C630 Jack Pack (4 HDMI, 2 USB, PC input) is better, of course, but this is more than enough for most other than the geeks really need it. Low power consumptionPower consumption is another positive side effect. It also uses the latest technology from Samsung image (Wide Color Enhancer Pro). This is a better color brightness across the entire spectrum Therefore brilliant color reproduction. I can sing a song like this! (You can say, I borrowed some of the puff pastry turnover there!)

The slight disadvantage of the TV Samsung 40 inch LED LN40C630 is that the sound is not very good in all honesty. With only 2 x 10 watt speakers I think it is not surprising. EWhen the brochure says, "provides a multi-channel sound, not really. But I think most people buying a HD TV will probably buy at least a basic theater surround system, so that is not really a problem in my opinion.

The bottom line? This is super-high-definition TV for a price in terms of performance, functionality and above! If you have upgraded again, this is the middle way, safe accommodation for your first foray into HD TV. Robust technology with exceptionalThe image quality for any kind of consideration. After a demo seen courtesy of Graham, I see clearly now why the Samsung LCD TV LN40C630 Americas become more popular HD-TV!

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If you are planning to replace your old tube TV with a fancy plasma HDTV but feel worried about the stories of “plasma’s burn-in and lifespan issues” here is what you need to know. The latest plasma technology used by reputable manufacturers has the lifespan projections equal to those of LCD screens, which is about 60,000 hours. Depending on your daily usage this may translate to anywhere between 12 and 55 years.

Early versions of plasma displays had an annoying flow – the dreaded “burn-in” or “ghost image” effect. This problem was caused by an ongoing presence of static images such as network logos and browser frames, which over time resulted in permanent damage to the corresponding pixels on the screen. The “burn in” effect has to do with the properties of phosphor used in plasma technology and the way it reacts to light and electrical impulses.

Fortunately, quality manufactures have been working hard to eliminate this effect. In fact, the best brands currently claim to have the burn-in resistance equal to that of a standard CRT screen. This has been made possible by advances in plasma technology such as the use of green phosphor (more resistant to burn-in) and motion adaptive technology. The latter prevents the burn-in effect through microscopic image movements (invisible to the human eye) that prevent static images from etching into the screen.

Plasma HDTV 1080p represents the latest advance in the TV technology. So if you are planning to invest in one here are some important tips for maximizing its lifespan:

1. Plasma monitors are generally more prone to burn-in during the first 200 hours of use. During this time (and even after) it is recommended that you avoid displaying static images for more than an hour. Avoid pausing your DVDs for more than 20 minutes at a time and remember to turn the unit off when not in use.

2. Read your TV’s User’s Manual and become familiar with its anti-burn-in features. Such features may include running pure gray or white screen settings (”blank screen”) to recalibrate the pixels and erase any potential burn-in. This is particularly recommended after the first 100 hours of use and than later, from time to time, based on your usage type. Make sure to follow the anti-burn-in instructions for video games and other static content.

3. Watch everything in full-screen mode to avoid prolonged presence of static black areas around the active frame.

4. Instead of using the manufacturer’s default contrast setting, which is usually set to 100%, reduce it to 50% – especially during the first 200 hours of use. The only times when you might feel the need to up the contrast to high is in a brightly lit room. To prevent this, turn the unnecessary lights off and use other practical ways to darken the room while you are watching your plasma TV. Reduce the brightness setting on your TV accordingly (remember “lower is better” for your screen’s longevity).

5. Equipment tests have shown that some brands are more resistant to burn-in than others. The top performers include NEC, Sony, Pioneer, and Panasonic. The technology used by Hitachi and Fujitsu (AliS panel type) seems to be more affected with burn-in problems. Also, secondary (less known) brands could be affected with the same problem due to the less advanced technology.

6. Make sure there is sufficient space around your screen to prevent the unit from overheating. Keep it in a well ventilated area.

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