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How to look for a good HDTV?

 

 


molerat
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Nov 26, 2009, 12:28 PM

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I'm a noob when it comes to looking for good TV's, are there any good sites to look for good HDTV's? What are the things to look out for? What are the best TV's out there today? What feature's do i have to look out for in a good TV, or the resolution or stuff like that.Unsure



techie
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Dec 3, 2009, 10:03 PM

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I'm a noob when it comes to looking for good TV's, are there any good sites to look for good HDTV's? What are the things to look out for? What are the best TV's out there today? What feature's do i have to look out for in a good TV, or the resolution or stuff like that.Unsure


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sceptre
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Feb 17, 2010, 7:33 PM

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To Find a good TV you should always look at the resolution, pixels, know the height/width you want it, see if your devices would match with the setting of the tv, see if your cable have good signal because without it then your tv isnt' going to work as good. Always check for pricing too..

I recently got a Sceptre TV which is good!! and its pretty cheap :D..hope this helps you!!


jts1957
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Feb 17, 2010, 8:19 PM

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Just look out the door or window. Hi Def doesn't get better than that!


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randextrifor
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Feb 18, 2010, 7:24 PM

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in getting an HDTV, you should know the following first before buying it:

1. what HDTV do you want?
2. where will you be putting it?
3. measure the size
4. will you be hanging it on the wall, get a stand for it, or put it on top of something?
5. narrow down your search by size and type of HDTV
6. look at the picture quality
7. check if the HDTV is capable of generating HD images.
8. get the best deal with your preferences which will benefit you the most.
9. what is the brand of the HDTV.

REMEMBER that the Internet is a good place to buy your HDTV. The electronics store will be your guide on what you will buy.
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Bettieclaire
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Mar 2, 2010, 11:45 AM

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If you want a large monitor, however, that could work. Samsung has a 26" LCD Monitor w/1080p capability, HDMI, VGA, DVI, and 3.5mm stereo inputs. I got mine for about $300, but that's because it's the previous year's model. Odds are it costs around $400 for a new one, but it's a much better price than you'll get for a TV.


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gizmos018
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Mar 23, 2010, 12:37 PM

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1staudiovisual TVs offers a wide array of televisions from different companies like samsung, panasonic, sharp, toshiba, etc.. they even have warranties. When buying a tv recommend that you check on your budget. Spend time in choosing the right tv for your needs. Its never good to be in a rush since that will end you up in the wrong choice. Of course the resolution preferably will be full hd 19820_1080. Led tvs are what I totally love today.

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thetechmagnet
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Dec 23, 2010, 6:30 AM

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Look at Consumer Reports for a basic intro but the models they review are months old (last year's models). There is no one site that is an authority. You need to follow the model intros then look for credible real user feedback in sites like AVS Forum and even Epinions. Read but don't follow company and seller hype. Trust real user feedback for the downside and actual performance.

There are many subclasses in this market and each has a following (e.g. LCD-TV vs. large screen plasma vs. projector).

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shrewsburyyf
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Dec 28, 2010, 4:44 AM

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read reviews or consumer reports
search in Google to find how others talk about it
that's all I use to find a good HDTV
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JohnRocks
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Jan 3, 2011, 7:14 AM

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The HDTVs are often placed at different heights, which introduces viewing angle issues which particularly affect LCDs. When evaluating an LCD be sure to stand directly in front of the center of the unit because of viewing angle issues.
Check the screen for reflections and avoid glossy screens unless you will be watching in the dark. Many glossy screens introduce ripples in the image because they are glued on poorly. The best time to check for screen reflections is when the screen is black then look for ripples in the screen reflections as you shift your viewing position slightly. Most store demos will go to black at least once. If you brought along a USB Thumb Drive, include a totally black picture by taking a photo with the lens cap on.
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itemsalecart
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Jan 18, 2011, 7:27 AM

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