How to compare and choose Televisions

How to compare and choose Televisions

HOW TO CHOOSE THE TELEVISION

In many cases, from a purely technical grounds, including a large screen and a small one there are no major differences in quality. Often many internal components are shared, so that within the same family of TVs is likely to find the same technology used on all models. Surely the larger models have rates in proportion more favorable, for this reason, with equal quality, between a 26 “and 32”, it is usually more convenient to choose the second (unless the space in your home is not a determining factor). Often, too, the bulkier models are able to reproduce the sound better simply because they may have speakers with a larger surface area.

Led Lcd and do the lion’s share

Plasma TVs are now rare in circulation, which is why the price of equipment with this technology have lowered considerably. Most of the models on the market today (especially those that are on offer) are LCD (televisions with liquid crystal display). But begin to be particularly widespread also the models that, for backlighting the screen, using the LED (Light emitting diode) instead of the traditional fluorescent lamps, which translates above all in the possibility of obtaining thinner panels.

Especially Full HD

Almost all TVs on the market conform to the standard “Full-HD” or high definition with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. In the face of large price difference between the cheaper models and the more expensive ones, the difference in image quality is not as high. These high-definition TVs shine especially if they are connected to equipment capable of transmitting high-definition images (bluray players, last generation consoles, satellite decoders hd, etc.). The ideal distance to perceive better the details displayed on a Full HD TV (as long as you connect it to a high definition player or a computer) is less than the distance to which we were accustomed to hold the tv.

Better image quality? not always

All new models integrate a receiver for digital terrestrial broadcasting. The new digital transmission system is often praised because it would allow a greater picture quality than the analog system. An excuse to justify a transition “set”. The potential does not always translate into reality. In fact, the issuer can change the quality of the movie at will, to save on bandwidth. Loss of detail and imperfections become much more noticeable on large-format screens. In fact, with increasing size of the panel, become larger the dots (pixels) of the image, enhancing the impression of imperfection. To not point out the flaws, you have to get away from the TV.

New Features

For some time in this part, however, the only noteworthy innovations are on the side of the ancillary features: the number of televisions capable of interfacing to a digital home network or to access via web services (the famous Smart tv Internet or television) as well as those able to record a television program independently of any mass storage (such as hard drives and multimedia) connected through a USB port.

The much-hyped 3D function, although it has had for the time being as successful as hoped by the producers, however, has become a feature now common even on mid-range TVs. It should also be noted that, on a TV of that size typically found in homes, the spectacular nature of this effect is greatly influenced by the distance at which you look.

With regard to Internet TV, the impression is that the producers are still in an experimental phase and capabilities change much from manufacturer to manufacturer. Televisions that have a browser they face the same problems of compatibility and functionality of the console and the other media player; so if you want to surf while sitting on the couch in the living room, you should (at least for now) to let go the expensive models with this feature: you can solve the problem by simply connecting a laptop to the tv vosta normal.  Credit : altroconsumo.it

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