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Tag Archives: hdtv
Over the past few weeks, we’ve look at a lot of different things revolving around purchasing a high definition television. We looked at LCD and Plasma technologies to help you better understand the differences between the two. We also looked … Continue reading
So you’ve got an HDTV, you have some HD content, now you need to hook it all together so you can enjoy it. You are going to need some cables. But what kind of cables? There are a lot of … Continue reading
So you’ve got your nice brand new (or slightly used) high definition television to your home and you’ve got it turned on. What in the world are you going to watch? What high definition content is out there in the … Continue reading
Last week, we took a look at the LCD and plasma display technologies and weighed the pros and cons of each. This week we’re going to take a quick look at some other display technologies that are available today: DLP, … Continue reading
Being on the forefront of technology (or at least reading about it) brings me to a lot of blogs, articles, websites, and the like that all seem to say the same thing, “Physical media is dead” and they have all … Continue reading