3D TV sales are becoming more frequent these days as the televisions with 3d technology,is becoming more and more popular. Buying a TV today, is not the same as a few years ago when you went to a dealer and ask him for a certain brand name Television.
All TV’s was about the same except for size and clarity or resolution. Today, however, TV’s come with so many features that you have to decide beforehand what is the best 3d TV brand and the TV with what features you would like to buy. They are expensive and once bought, you have it for a few years before you can maybe afford it to upgrade so, lets discuss some of the features of the modern TV.
3D TV Sales or Smart TV’s
A smart 3d television is a device that will allow you, the viewer, to search and find videos, photos videos and other content on the web, as you do on your computer or your “smart” phone. The technology that enables Smart TV is also incorporated in television sets and other devices such as Blue-ray players.
Blue- Ray players, for those that do not know, operate a disk that is similar to a CD disk but, it can contain 25 Giga Bite (GB) of information per layer. Double layer (50GB), triple layer (100GB) and quadruple layer (128(GB) are also available. The player (machine) itself is quite expensive but, for those who can afford it, a very nice player to have. The name Blue –Ray is derived from the blue light that emits from the lazar system.
Hybrid TV enables the viewer to conveniently access broadcast digital TV and Internet multimedia content. This is all done from your TV set.
The passive 3D has a good 3d effect, easy to adjust too and convenient to watch.PAssive glasses are also cheaper.
1080i / 1080p content looks absolutely brilliant. 1080i means that the high definition television and video have a combination of frame resolution and scan type. It assumes a display aspect ratio of 16:9 which is wide screen. In other words, it is a frame resolution of 1920 pixels wide and 1080 pixels high. (1920X1080). The “I” (1080i) stands for interlaced scan. The “p” stands for progressive scan. (1080p)
WPA2 wireless network
To secure wireless computer networks, WPA and WPA2 were developed, which is a security protocol and security certification program. It stands for Wi-Fi Protected access.
It is the effective refresh rate or response rate of the LED and LCD television systems. When you are watching a movie where characters moves fast, for example, you will notice a blur effect as the LCD TV frame rate conversion is trying to keep up with the speed of the programming content. It is also called motion lag. This action is rectified by the Hz setting. (eg. 120Hz/140Hz) Increasing the Hz causes background noise but, fortunately this feature can be switched off in some models. Some manufacturers recommend using the higher Hz settings only for the sports channels.
These are just a few of the features of the modern TV. There are many more such as Blue tooth, Usb connection etc. You will have to decide what features, what brand and how big the screen should be. Have a look at our 3D TV Sales page by clicking on the link above