Why an LCD Television?

After a tough day at work there's nothing quite like watching a bit of TV with your feet up. Relaxing is good for our own physical and mental well-being. Spend a bit of cash, you deserve it, buy a big widescreen TV. Because hey, it's important to be a couch potato now and again so why not make the most of it. Modern televisions tend to use these several types of display technology: LCD (Liquid Crystal Display), Plasma, LED (Light Emitting Diode), Rear Projection, and more recently 3D. These High Definition televisions are rapidly replacing Cathode Ray Tube (CTR) TVs which are being phased out in the existing market. LCD TV seems to be the most popular choice among consumers, and it's easy to see why.

An LCD TV can adapt to nearly any light condition. Technological developments in backlighting systems have improved the performance of LCDs Televisions. Unlike CTRs, LCDs will not strain your eyes in darkness and are flicker-free. The system is also more energy efficient TV performance. With LCD TVs you can watch from almost any angle in the room due to its flat screen and ability to tilt. A LCD TV is capable of being tilted 80 degrees in either direction from the centre point giving it a viewing angle of 160 degrees. The tilt is particularly useful if you're using the TV as a computer monitor, which si simply done by supplying input from Laptops and other video formats.

When it comes down to picking a particularly brand it will be tough to beat a Panasonic LCD TV. The brand incorporates the 'Vierra Cast' technology into its products, receiving prominence in the V10 and G15 series. The other stand-out feature is the IPS Alpha panel with large aperture ratios. Meanwhile, Samsung have launched the latest Touch of Colour design technology in its Series 6 Samsung LCD TV.


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