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How to Buy an Inexpensive LCD TV

by: Brian Stevens

Is it possible to buy an inexpensive LCD TV?
Liquid crystal display television (LCD TV) technology has come a long way in recent years. The implementation of thin file transistor (TFT) technology has removed many of the angular resolution and ghosting problems previously associated with cheap LCD televisions.

It is now possible to buy an inexpensive LCD TV that has state-of-the-art features and superior picture quality.

What is an LCD TV?
An LCD TV is a flat panel television that utilizes advanced materials technology to create a bright, attractive picture on a flat screen.

An LCD TV screen is made up of two glass plates with a thin layer of liquid crystals in between. When electricity passes through the crystals, tiny color pixels light up to produce an image.

How do LCD TVs Compare to Plasma and Tube TVs?
In the past, plasma TVs were the only real flat panel television option. Now, LCD televisions have progressed to the point where they can compete with plasma TVs in terms of picture quality.

LCD televisions are easier to maintain, less likely to degrade with time, and use less power than plasma TVs. And the new crop of LCD TVs have a sharper picture, require less space, and use much less electricity than tube TVs.

What are the Features of an LCD TV?
Here's a list of features found on newer model LCD TVs:

  • Digital picture - the picture on an LCD screen is much sharper than on a tube TV and is now comparable to plasma TVs.
  • Space saving design - LCD TVs are thinner and lighter than tube or plasma TVs, and can be set up almost anywhere.
  • Widescreen format - LCD TVs utilize a widescreen format, similar to movie screens, so they are compatible with HDTV programming.
  • Flat screen - LCD TV screens are flat, so there's no distortion as with tube TVs.

Where can I Buy a Cheap LCD Television?
The best way I've found to get the best deal on a television is to first check out various models at your local electronics stores and discount stores. After you get a good idea of what you want in a TV and what's available, go online and check prices and ratings at a comparison shopping site.

With the site I use I can compare various LCD prices and find out which stores are reputable and give good service. I can also get detailed product information, ratings by electronics experts, and even consumer reviews by people who actually own the product.

Forget about sales and discount warehouses. The best way to save money on big ticket items like LCD TVs is to comparison shop online. I've saved thousands of dollars on TVs, computers, appliances, and even furniture using this method (click on the links below for more information on the site I use).

Visit the http://TheSatelliteTVGuide.com to get more information, to compare prices, and to get consumer ratings for LCD TVs. Click on this link for information on home theater systems.

About the author
The author, Brian Stevens, is the senior editor for www.TheSatelliteTVGuide.com and has written extensively on how to buy inexpensive LCD TVs and other products. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Brian_Stevens.



 

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