วันอาทิตย์ที่ 31 มกราคม พ.ศ. 2553

Samsung LCD HDTV - Best TV in America?


Touch of Color
Beautiful by light, glass and fantasy-inspired design

Imaging a television set, which evokes true feelings, even when nothing is playing on the display. Samsung Toc (Touch of Color) design gives the glossy piano black bezel frame a touch of color for an HDTV, it really original in its beauty.

ONE OF A KIND viewing experience
Samsung has a rich history of HDTV designInnovation: From beautifully shaped silhouette, the signature piano black finish. Now we make use of an original, artistic perspective, flat screen HDTV design, inspired by the art of glass blowing ...

Automotion Plus120Hz
LCD action has never been so smooth

By calculating where objects would be moving between the original frame, we are able to create and add new pictures come to film in order to speed and virtually eliminate TVMotion blur.

REFRESH the movies on TV
Samsung's new LCD HDTV with 120 Hz refresh rate can now be represented in the position frames at 120 frames per second. Since 120 is a multiple of 24 and 30, movies at 24 frames per second can be played back is as smooth as they were filmed, so all the benefits of new technologies such as Blu-ray Disc.

Super Slim LCD
Presented Samsung thinnest LCD HDTV ever

What's the skinny on the new LCD from SamsungHDTV?
There is plenty to see less, due to flat cabinets and enclosures thinner than previous models. Because it's all about the image they have Samsung's latest HD-innovation, and eliminate the uncertainty to improve the contrast for great details.

Thin and PRETTY
Full HD; slimmer TV. A mere 1.9 cm deep, Samsung is thinnest LCD HDTV up to 60 percent thinner than conventional flat TV screens. It is even slimmer than the remote control. Put them on the shelf or mountalmost flush against the wall ...

Infolink RSS Access
News, weather, stock quotes, and more directly to your HDTV

Samsung InfoLink RSS access makes it easy to stay on top of the news, even during your favorite programs. Get personalized, real-time weather, news, stock quotes and more delivered to your HDTV monitor from USA TODAY.

USA TODAY will push content to your TV via an RSS --(Really Simple Syndication). No PC required, just an Ethernet cable and an Internet connection. A wireless connection is even possible, on 7 Samsung series and above flat-screen TVs. The service is at no additional cost to all owners of a Samsung HDTV with InfoLink feature.

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วันศุกร์ที่ 29 มกราคม พ.ศ. 2553

Toshiba 32 HDTV LCD Monitor Review

Toshiba has quickly become an industry leader in HDTV monitors and televisions, and while they make a wide range of CRT, plasma and LCD monitors that can be used in the dwelling, is one of the most popular models, a Toshiba 32 HDTV LCD monitor.

The Toshiba REGZA 32HL66 32 "LCD HDTV is a popular and respected model. It is currently installed at retail for just under $ 1000 on most web sites. This set comes with speakers on the underside of the crowd and three separateTuner for maximum exposure. It is a light set to only 46 pounds. This is a major advantage of plasma and LCD is over CRT is that they weigh almost always much, much less. It also comes with an 8-millisecond response time, that the quality of the image makes almost perfect. If you expose yourself to have an LCD HDTV, which is to buy it.

If you opt for the same quality TV, but with a built-in DVD player, you're lucky. The Toshiba REGZA 32HLV66 32 "LCDHDTV with DVD player is available as well. It is the same high profile on TV, but it also comes with a built in high-end DVD player.

If you opt for a bigger picture, but you still want the reliability of the LCD stick, you can choose the Toshiba 47LZ196 47 "Cinema Series Pro ® high-definition 1080p LCD TV. This monitor is one of the largest LCD screens you can buy. In 47, she is sure to meet the size requirements of a hardcore TVJunkie. The MSRP for this one is a bit pricy at $ 3900, but it's worth it for HDTV fans who expect the best. For a TV of this size and quality are the shipping costs would weigh only 109 pounds, or a fraction of what it weighs the same TV, if not a flat screen model.

Toshiba is an industry leader in HDTV, and since the beginning. If you are the best TV's money can buy, Toshiba is a trusted brand.

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วันพฤหัสบดีที่ 28 มกราคม พ.ศ. 2553

The New Dell Mini-Inspiron - Hide and Seek

At the recent Computex 2008 in Taiwan, Dell seemed to be a game of hide and seek.

Discovered before Computex Michael Dell with a sub-notebook, which was light in color, and wore the Dell logo. It seems that it was holding a significant sales ploy to Dell customers on purchase of the new ASUS EEE 901 before they were ready to let the Dell Inspiron Mini synchronized.

What we know about the Mini Inspiron? Very little apart from a few photos. Dell has refused toRelease any specifications for the new machine.

One thing that stands out, for most commentators, the possibility that Dell, the buttons on the pointing device side down has declined by-side to save space. You have chosen a more radical approach and took the function key buttons at the top of the keyboard. The function keys are obviously on computer terminals and PCs for at least the last 25 years.

If you look at the pictures, it is quite clear that they do notlonger exist on the Dell Inspiron Mini. For the majority of PC buyers, home buyers do not, it does not look after, from becoming a problem. The question will be whether Dell Computer shoppers can persuade companies to buy these machines in large quantities. It will depend on how much these buyers use the function keys as shortcuts for their daily work. It is a bold move, and as with all bold moves, there is a danger that even backfire.

We know that the buttons are so big on the new Dell as they can make itso that for the 9-inch screen. We know that the machine will have bright colors on the outside, and they are instantly recognizable.

It is believed that the machinery of the new Intel ®-processor is AtomTM feature. It is assumed that the price will be for this machine on a par with the ASUS, HP, and other new sub-notebook PC offerings on the market. All we can do is wait and see what Dell has on offer for us, later in the summer. We can debate and discuss, but decides to Dell,make the specifications and equipment available, we can not do anything. It is interesting that there were no leaks to the specification of each. Who wants a Dell Inspiron Mini, you must wait.

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วันจันทร์ที่ 25 มกราคม พ.ศ. 2553

Hook Up A Receiver For Your Home Theater

What is a receiver?

A receiver is that big, heavy thing that you plug your speakers and other components into (like a DVD player, TV, CD player, Xbox, PlayStation, iPod, etc.). It is the "brain" of the show, really. The idea of all the components to a receiver is the concept of audio / video switching, allowing you to different video sources (eg TV, DVD, camcorder) on your TV
and so the audio source is changed accordingly - allwithout touching anything but the recipient.

Of course, the main objective behind audio / video is switching is driving a receiver for external audio speakers, like surround sound or stereo speakers.

Most receivers have a variety of inputs, and more specifically to 8 speakers and a subwoofer (, 5,1, or five speakers and a subwoofer), multiple video inputs, and even HDMI inputs. You can plug your Xbox, Plasma, and DVD player to your receiver and use a remote to switch between thedifferent video sources (games, TV, DVD-Video) and have your speakers pump out surround sound. Let's start with inputs and outputs. If you do not understand something, through the whole how-to, since most of them are explained in detail to read.

Remember that a receiver is the hub of the entire home theater, so this How-To actually perform the basics of connecting your complete home theater.

So what the hell is all this "stuff" on the back of yourReceiver?

I'm going to go over pretty much anything that you would find on the back of the receiver. The one I'm off base this guide is a Harman Kardon AVR-247 I'm going from the top left of the device and start my way to the right, then I start on the left, the next row and so on.

The first three inputs are for antennas. An FM antenna cable would slide on the first jack and two speaker cables into the remaining slots for AM would plug. Of course, you do notYour antenna connector, but if you like AM / FM reception through your speakers, you want to go ahead and do it. These are standard connections, so if you lose one of your antennas, just go buy a new for a few dollars.

You've probably heard of composite video. It is a very basic video connection used the most (by a component TV, DVD, VCR, in particular). The common and cheap. As such, the very low quality.
Uses a composite RCA cable for video (yellow) and two RCAAudio cable (red and white, stereo). The problem is that a composite video cable combines luminance and chrominance in the same cable, so the quality of the image. You lose a lot of sharpness, and the color begins to deteriorate from the original source. Be useful if the additional input or the device that you connect only via composite video. Otherwise, use something else, like component video. Sounds similar, very different.

S-Video is the next in line after composite. Ituses a different type of connector (five needles in a circle) and gives you marginally better video quality. It's also a video-only cable, so you have to separate in the audio plug. In this case, you will probably be a few red and white RCA cables for your audio inputs.

Next up: a ton of composite audio inputs. These inputs use left channel and right channel RCA cables, red and white. They look like the yellow composite video cable, and they can also for videoand the yellow for audio, but let the color scheme, how to keep it;) Composite Audio is the bottom-of-the-barrel in the audio. Its perfect for most, but if you are looking for high quality surround sound, you do not want composite. Game systems like the Wii or Xbox, and very basic DVD players are the perfect complement for composite audio.

The same goes for VCRs, CD players, and everything that has only a composite audio output. Plus, if you do not have surround sound or your receiveronly two channels (2.1, stereo sound), you will not be able to use anything but composite audio. Note that there is a composite audio input under each composite-video input, so it is easy to match them. Plug them in the wrong one and they will no longer sound when you are on this particular video input.

Here we have one of the least-used features of a modern receiver: 6 (or 8) channel direct input. This is only used for two purposes: SACD or DVD-Audio. SACD stands for Super AudioCD. It is a proprietary audio format from Sony for special CDs that are developed and recorded in 5.1 surround sound. That means you need a CD or DVD / CD player, SACD, a receiver with SACD support (as shown), and naturally supports Super Audio CD's. DVD-Audio is the same idea, different brands, different media (its a DVD, not CD!).

DVD-Audio discs are special DVDs in 5.1 surround sound can be recorded and played for them only for devices with support. These CDs, allup to 7.1 surround sound, which means you have to have two front, two rear, two side speakers and a subwoofer to enjoy full 7.1 surround sound. Most receivers support up to 7.1 now, but you will not find DVDs with that kind of capability for movies. 5.1 surround is still the de facto standard, so do not run out and buy more speakers in the foreseeable future.

You can skip this next little item because it is unique to this brand of receiver (Harman Kardon). The Bridge "is a protected connectionthey developed for you to connect
an iPod. You must buy a separate component that includes a docking station and special cables to connect to the iPod. It is fully integrated with the receiver, the display
Menus and titles on the front LCD screen of the recipient. You can easily pump your tunes through your speakers, whether stereo or surround sound.

Of course, the music on your iPod, stereo sound, so the best thing that can happen is simulated surround-sound orStereo surround; the same music plays in the first two channels
is provided by the rear channels and center. Some receivers of this intelligent than others, but more on that later.

Here we have our high-end sound inputs and outputs. Basically, have the same performance, you need fiber optic connections (with the quadratic form) and digital coaxial (just like a cinch) cable.
Both are digital to 100%, while Composite is analog. The only way you can truly surround soundbe from any source by the use of these compounds (or the SACD / DVD-Audio Option)

Almost all DVD players these days have either optical or coaxial digital outputs (sometimes both). Many high-definition cable and satellite boxes also come with these
Compounds, so that you can enjoy 5.1 surround sound on high-definition channels. The choice between the two there is really no different in audio quality, so feel free to use
what you want (or what you are forced to).

I do not thinkI need a picture for the next plug. It is a pair of power inputs. One thing is for powering the receiver, the other for whatever you want. In this way, when you turn
on the recipient, type (power with the other device, be it a DVD player, CD player, cable box, whatever). I'm not necessarily recommend, unless it specifically suits
Your needs. It is useful if you're running low sales, of course.

Something else will you never use: D-bus RC-5 input / output. This is used for infraredTo incorporate the remote control your home theater system. Frankly, not something any of us will ever use. Some of the real high-end could be junkies with something for them, but I did not even come with a device that uses this technology. Keep up on the remote that came with your device, or purchase a high quality universal remote. There is no need for this option. An alternative use for this might be a bit more common: if your receiver's front panel is closed (as in a cupboard), you couldan infrared transmitter latch on the front. This transmitter would hook up to another device anywhere in your room that accepts the signals from your remote control. The receiving device then sends the commands from the remote to the receiver (via the channel you have connected to the front over the regular infrared transmitter).

Pre-outs, is located directly under the remote in / out. Pre-outs are used if you like an amplifier to your system to power (and thus increase wouldVolume / audio quality). Average
Users do not use them for anything other than the subwoofer preamp output. You want to deliver a subwoofer cable from the subwoofer to the subwoofer pre-run-out to
the right frequencies. This is the right way to connect the subwoofer to your surround system. The other entries will not be used if you plan on adding
an amplifier. This is highly unnecessary for home use. You can add an amplifier if you try to fill a space the size of a smallHouse with enough sound, but you're not, right?

Here we finally have the meat of the system: The speaker inputs! Harman Kardon receivers use bind posts for connecting speakers, as shown in the picture. They
Work on the series as it counter-clockwise, then you can sneak the speaker wire into the caps on and pull it back by turning clockwise to loosen. This will
They give a beautiful fit your speaker wire tractors, that is not likely to loosen itself over time. Other Brandsmay use other types of connectors, but bind posts are very common.
They could have been in a position to say this is a 7.1-channel receiver, as the speaker inputs.

You've got room for 2 front left and right speakers, 2 rear speakers left and right,
a center channel and two on the left and right "surround" channels which are placed on the market somewhere between the front and rear speakers (side surround, or 7.1). If you have enough
Speakers, you can go out and put these additional page 2are, but they will not play any sound at all on a 5.1-DVD. You would need a DVD that supports 7.1
Surround sound, and in that time, there's simply no market for them. CDs gladly blast stereo surround through all 7 speakers, though, so for some larger rooms to Use

Our last set of connectors for this receiver: component video. The best video you can change the composite or S-video. They are (a series of all three cables for video communication),
normally red, greenand blue. Do not think that is what is the cable, but - it separates the video signal by luminance and two separate color channels. In the past component
there was in fact represent R, G, B (splitting the primary colors in transmit and recombining them on the target device), but that is not in the current component is video
Connections. Component video can carry high-definition signals all the way up to 1080p, then it is the most cost effective and readily available high definitionEntrance.
Not seen on this receiver are DVI and HDMI, the two all-digital video connections.

HDMI is the newest and fastest, most powerful video and audio connection available immediately. It is the cable, which produces audio and video does not mention in one - that is in high definition.
HDMI is supported by the source and the display you connect to do not use all its features. Not all DVD players, cable boxes, support or the recipient of both
Audio and video in HDMI. Its alwaysmore of a standard now support both. The advantage is obvious: less clutter, higher quality audio and video. You can
to 1080p high-definition video and 7.1 surround sound via an HDMI cable. Newer cable and satellite boxes, DVD players, high-definition DVD players, receivers and more expensive
supports the full capability of HDMI. It's the best you can get is like all digital.

The last link for this article is DVI. DVI is also all digital like HDMI, but itcan not handle audio signals. HDMI may provide a technically superior image
but I think no one could tell the difference. DVI supports HD video up to 1080p, and HDMI. His being is now used less frequently,
But if you bought a new computer or video card for your PC recently, it probably has a DVI (or two) connector on it. Most computer monitors use DVI now and video cards
have followed suit. HDMI is edge its way into the PC market, but their dominanceis seen in the home theater arena.

Now that you have familiarized yourself with common connections, let's plug it all together.

This part of the recipient's How-To will walk you through hooking a 5.1 surround-sound system (5 speakers and a subwoofer) with a high-definition TV, a guide high-definition cable or satellite box, DVD player and a 5.1 receiver.

Your TV & Components

Where will you put your TV, depending on how big it is, how bigYour room is, and where you are seated. If the 50-inch, sit no more than 10-15 feet away, but not less.
A 60 is "perfect for 12-20 feet. If you have a 32 inch set, try to sit no farther than 8-12 feet away. Your receiver, DVD player, cable and other components must, of course, close together, but are they are not physically on top of each other. They all hot, especially the receiver. If you have no choice but to push a thin piece of plywood between theComponents to dispense the heat.

Lay Out Speakers

The first step is to lay out your configuration. Different rooms call for different locations for your speakers and subwoofer. If your room is a typical rectangle, go ahead and put the two front left and right speakers somewhere flush with the TV on this side of the room. Your left speaker goes toward the left corner, right speaker, right on the corner. Do not bother with speaker wire yet (unless your speakerscome with speaker wire already attached, in which case, they can now hang). Note that the speaker is left or right only depends on how you connect to your receiver. Your speakers are not really known as "left" or "right".

Depending on how you acquired your speakers, front speakers could be larger than the rear speakers. That's how you know that they are at the front. Otherwise, all speakers the same shape and size, and you can use for any furtherPurpose.

One exception: the center channel. Usually, a center channel is much shorter and wider than the other speakers. It should be used only for the center channel. Sometimes, all 5 speakers could be the same, usually on a very low-cost installation. You can use any of these speakers for a particular purpose.

Your center channel should always be either directly above or below the TV. However, you have to do it, get it done! It is not as the center channel for nothing, you know. Each film will pump almost 90% of the voices you hear and the majority of the rest of the sounds through the center channel. It is a very important component to the surround-sound setup.

Your subwoofer should always be on the floor. If it is impossible to put him on the ground, they get on the floor as close as possible. Placement behind objections or in closets will diminish its effects. In a perfect setup, the subwoofer would be on the floor near the> TV (perhaps the left or right) in the line of sight. Nothing was to the side of the subwoofer unit, air comes out of the (usually through a grille to protect the subwoofer itself covers).

When it comes to finding a good place for your speakers, you should mount those partitions. You can usually buy speaker terminals brackets online or in stores. You can also
existing shelving, buy some shelves, or on tables or other objects. No matter how you do it, trythe speaker to keep as close as possible to ear level as possible. A speaker mounted on the ceiling of the room is not to give you the optimal listening experience.

The last, something to note about layout is speaker wire. Perhaps at least 100ft of speaker wire, but you will often even with a lot more if you
You try to wire through your ceiling, under carpeting, up through the basement, or around objects to conceal it. The measurements and buy at least 10% moreWire as
You think you need. You will probably be it!


You need different types of speaker cable are available to you to know before setting up your home theater. If you bought an HTIB (home theater) in a box, it probably came with 100ft of horribly cheap speaker wire. You do not want that! Do yourself a favor: buy some high-quality, 14-gauge speaker wire. All that is higher than 14-gauge only thin and vulnerable to interence, quality loss and poorQuality over longer distances. Fourteen gauge is a good thickness and suitable for most home theaters. Make sure not be too thick - some speaker wire simply will not fit in the speaker wire jacks on some receivers.

Some receivers use proprietary speaker inputs. Sony is an example. Many Sony receivers have special connectors for speaker wire and will not accept a standard speaker wire. You either have to use the Sony-provided speaker cable, take the ends of Sony speakersWire and put it on your own or purchase these special connectors from Sony directly to place your speaker cables. My recommendation? Avoid any receivers with non-standard speaker wire number of posts / sockets / plugs. Search binding posts or other connectors that you slide in itself, and clamp down on a typical speaker cables allow.

If you've sorted out your speaker cable, you need to do some cutting and stripping, if you chose to purchase your own. This sounds harder than it sounds, that is notWorry!

Measure out each length one at a time, cutting the speaker wire with either really great scissors or a sharp knife. Now you need the ends of the wire strip. Use either a stripping tool, or the good old scissors. You can use the scissors on the cable in place and easily Apply Some Pressure, as you twist the scissors around the cable, cut carefully into the plastic coating. Eventually, they will be weak enough that you can just slide out by pulling on it with your fingers. You needat least 1 / 4 "of exposed wire.

Now you can connect your speakers are connected. Note on your speaker wire the difference between the two ends. You need to use your as a positive and a negative. Sometimes the coating in a different color between the two, or there is a text and not on the other side. Keep these - depending on which side you positive your speakers, use it positively to the receiver. Crossing the two can cause damage, either immediately or sometime in the future. Itin this way could work, but you do not want to!

Connecting the speakers is easy enough. Front left to front left on your receiver, center speaker center on your receiver, etc. .. Your rear speakers can be described as "surround" or "backwards" instead of just "behind", but retain in mind when you have 7.1 or 8.1-channel receiver, "Surround" can be shown on this page, surround speakers, not rear speakers.


Your subwoofer is certainly a little more complicated.There are a few different ways to do this and many variations of inputs / outputs on the back of the subwoofer. I'm going with the most standard and efficient method for your first go.

You need a subwoofer cable for connecting your sub. If you have an account yet or do not want to buy, you can for a standard red and white RCA cables to replace (or a couple, because they are usually connected, you can hang the other cable). It works, but really not the best way to do this. You also need towhats a Y-adapter. On the back of the sub, it should be) a left / right input (red and white. You plug the Y adapter to these compounds and then the subwoofer cable (or RCA cables) to the other end of the Y (Note: if you do not have a Y adapter, just choose the left or right input to plug in).

Now take the other end of the cable and plug it into your receiver
Subwoofer preamp output. I hope you have an under-powered, it is to AC power outlet. Everything youneed to do now is to plug in your subwoofer is good.

If you do not have RCA jacks on your subwoofer, or it only has speaker wire jacks (and) probably not powered, you must connect it to the old-fashioned way. Your front left and right speakers will ouput jacks plug into the subwoofer instead of your receiver. They will then run speaker wire from the left and right inputs on the subwoofer on the left and right speaker output on your receiver. In this way, the subwoofer willpowered by the handset and will not work, and an under-powered. Also some power away from your front speakers with this method. A good idea is to buy a new, powered subwoofer with line in RCA jacks.

Connecting the Dots

They did the hard stuff from the road. Exit Now, by adding it to your TV, DVD and cable / satellite box. Always try to get the best options first. If your DVD --
HDMI has also, and use your receiver. If your DVD has onlyComposite, S-video and component video, component video cable to use. When it comes to audio, you absolutely need
be used for digital coaxial (jacks usually orange) or embedded fiber optic (usually the female in the unit and has a door on it, and if the door is open, a red light is visible). If you are not one of them, you will not be true surround sound! If all else fails, resort to composite (red and white) audio connectors.

Note: Look closely the connections on yourRecipients. Everything is labeled as the first set of red, green and blue component video inputs can be labeled "Comp 1". If you use the composite audio-cablesfor your sound, you need to plug into the sockets to coordinate with "Comp 1. This is perhaps not by the beneficiaries clearly, so please refer to the manual of your receiver to determine which Using video inputs, audio inputs. In most cases you will be able to configure them from internal menu of the receiver with the remote controlControl.

On some receivers, all the component video inputs are connected as a single composite audio input (usually "DVD") so that when you are more than one component inputs, you will compete for a solid if more than one device is active. This is why you to configure the component inputs would want to use different audio inputs.

My manual is the only way to find out how to do it. Composite video game is typically up to composite audio inputs with namingConventions like Video 1 -> Video 1, Video 2 -> Video 2, etc., but as Component and DVI cable may not. You should also configure digital audio inputs match the video inputs you plan on using. For example, if you are using a digital coaxial input (possibly "Digital 1"), and component video, you want to match "Digital 1" with "Comp 1". Also, see your user guide, how to do this.

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Do PlayStation 3 Owners Really Need to Buy a HDTV?

Recently 's TV has got wider and thinner, and some would even say ... "sexy", but have they got better?

Sure, the latest trend in HDTV (High Definition Television) promises brilliant picture quality, but at a much higher price than conventional CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) televisions.

Keywords such as plasma, rear projection and LCD roll-off, the seller of the tongue as you go shop in your country, before they ask you to choose from a variety of toScreen sizes, shapes and brands. It is sufficient that you give up before you start even a glance!

So I need an HDTV for my PS3?

PlayStation 3 comes with a cable, which will also host a regular TV, so you do not "need" but be prepared to be disappointed very pleased with the picture quality.

The PS3 is not cheap, while the PS2, so that only be sure you are glad that they are hardly in a position to make a difference between games on both systems, seean old-fashioned TV.

The biggest problem for the people who were among the first to buy an HDTV, that will see almost nothing that it showed the very high detail levels, from those who can see TV "is produced Normal TV Channels can be even worse on a high-definition television, because they emphasize every tiny imperfection. Digital television provides better, but can also be terrible if you are not very detailed or fast -Scenes. Ideally, you must subscribe to a number of special high-definition channels.

It sounds all negative at this stage and until the launch of the Sony PS3, it was not.

Now things are different. All PS3 games are high definition, pushing your HDTV to amazing detail, sharp images and a variety of colors not even possible to monitor on your home computer to produce.

A recent PS3 firmware update now upscales regular DVD's and makes them look great whenplayed on an HDTV.

The PlayStation 3 has a Blu-Ray player to be installed. Blu Ray movies now come down in price, and there is now a huge choice of films to choose from, all recorded in high definition. Personally, I would recommend that you rent Blu-Ray for now, until the price a little more added.

The PS3, you can also surf the Internet, which sits a completely new experience on a 32-inch screen on a comfortable chair. Many HDTV will allow you tosplit-screen TV so that others can see as you surf the Internet.

Therefore, the choice is now more difficult.

If you are happy with a small screen and do not need TV channels, then the alternative is to connect the PS3 to a computer monitor. You will need a special cable and a monitor with a digital input, but that will work well. If your monitor has no speakers, then you need to buy something.

If you have a screen larger than 22 inches, then definitelyGet a HTDV, but make sure it's at least one HDMI port on the back and has a resolution of 1080i or 1080p and a refresh rate of 8ms or less.

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Online HD TV - Part 2

Today, the Internet offers Web users a totally new way of seeing the world, and that is through online HD television. Some HD TV domain features that are processed and recorded TV content in full resolution of 1920x1080 pixel of the 1080i standard, an HDTV video mode. This means that the videos may be the adoption of a widescreen aspect ratio of 16:9. Most of the HD videos are recorded with an HD camcorder. All the visible video content in these areas ispractically available 24 / 7 access from anywhere in the world.

On the other side of downloads from other sites that offer online HD television content through the peer-to-torrent-system, which allow you to save high-quality TV content on your hard drive or a portable device with a large base space Peer. The good thing about this alternative is that the content is normally marketed under a Creative Commons license. This means that you are free to the file shares is may beReproduction, distribution or transmission of the file. However, they are bound, under certain limited conditions, such as with the files only for non-commercial purposes, and can not make a profit from it. Moreover, can not be a derivative work made out the original file, so you are not entitled to modify, or create the original file. Overall, the online HD TV is the best way to watch your favorite TV programs on the Internet. It's really not a surprise start, why most countries todayTo make the big switch from analogue to high definition digital broadcasting.

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วันเสาร์ที่ 16 มกราคม พ.ศ. 2553

Mark Knopfler TV-HD - Shangri-La Tour 2005 - Italy

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วันพฤหัสบดีที่ 14 มกราคม พ.ศ. 2553

HDTV For the UnGeek

The FCC's standard for HDTV transmission is with a large effect. The amount of information to be digested can be daunting, even for professionals. The old hardware does not become obsolete, but it will need a tuner to convert from the new signal, if you get the signal from a VHF / UHF antenna. If you have cable or satellite TV, which will be provided by the service provider.

However, this might be a good time to upgrade your hardware. The new standard offersa much better picture. In the current world of digital projectors, LCD, LCoS, plasma and DLP are the four different types of TVs that dominate the HDTV market. Each has unique advantages over the others. Plasma and some LCD screens can be mounted on the wall, even though surveys find that some people do they mount on the wall. DLP and LCOS and LCD displays are some of both projector technologies. Rear projector units are usually very inexpensive. The size of some Systems is now less than 12 centimeters in depth.

• Video quality on the best projectors now surpasses that in a conventional commercial cinema.

Plant types:

• Traditional TV: as a direct point of view, the images displayed on a CRT (Cathode Ray Tube).
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) and plasma TVs can also direct vision. The LCD and plasma TV systems are "flat-panel units.
• Rear Projection> TV (RPTV): uses a combination of mirrors and lenses to focus the image onto the screen from behind project. This allows the displayed image to be significantly larger, up to 70 inches or more. This technique usually offers the best value (size vs. cost).
Front-Projection TV (FPTV): this is like a cinema. The image is being projected forward to an external monitor. But as a movie theater is a very dark room needed because the screen will reflect any lightinto the room. This technique is generally more expensive than rear-projection, but the footprint (the area consumed by the device) of the system is smaller.


CRT (cathode ray tube):

The established standard for TV displays, good price, image quality. The maximum size of the screen is smaller with technology. The technology is still a good choice when you want a smaller picture, and bulkiness is not relevant.

LiquidCrystal Display (LCD):

Thin design, but has problems, the display of images in motion (sports), tilt the images that appear on strips. These projectors usually contain three separate LCD glass panels, one for red, green and blue, which is projected. Since the non-colored light through the LCD panel, the individual picture elements (pixels) to be opened to let the light, or closed, blocking the light. This creates the image on the projectedScreen.

Historically, LCD devices have had a problem with visible pixilation. This is less evident on newer devices with higher resolutions.

Most LCD systems use a fluorescent backlight to shine through the LCD screen. This type of lighting will need to be replaced every few years. Some manufacturers are introducing LED-backlit display, with a 10-fold longer lifespan. Although the initial cost may be more the cost of ownership can take advantage of this design worthLook.

• Better color saturation, more rich and vibrant
• Better sharper image, important for the text
• Increased energy efficiency

• Poor black level and contrast
• Problems displaying images in motion (Sports)
• may lower LCD panels (mainly in the blue channel), leading to shifts in the color balance
• Visible pixelation

Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCoS):

A type of LCD technology, LCOS uses liquid crystals asMirrors (usually back-projection), an image projected on the screen. LCOS is a good value compared to plasma and LCD sets, but expensive compared to other rear-projection TV technologies such as DLP. This technique uses a chip such as a DLP (see below) is set, but the chip is coated with liquid crystals, reflects the image seen on the screen. LCOS-based systems provide higher resolution than an LCD display or plasma display.

• Sharp, vividColors and deep blacks
• It is slowly changing with the times, like a plasma can be considered

• Dead pixels occur in the rule, because the technique is partially reflective
• High Maintenance Cost: LCOS requires frequent bulb changing needs (somewhere between 6000 to 8000 hours, about 3-4 years with normal use), compared with 50,000 or more for most LCD or plasma screens. A replacement lamp costs about $ 400
• Repeatability: The picture quality can vary greatly fromMachine to machine

Digital Light Processor (DLP):

The DLP Texas Instruments is a product that is manufactured in Korea. It uses a chip can (with many levels for more than one million mirrors on a chip of about one square centimeter), which can be mechanically controlled in order to reflect the correct color. This technology provides excellent display, at a moderate price.

In the best DLP projectors, like the ones in use at your local cinema, there are three different levels-chipseach for red, green and blue channel. However, to be marketed in the DLP projectors for the masses, there is only a single chip. In these sets, define the color, there is a color wheel that consists of red, green and blue filters. The wheel spins between the lamp and the DLP chip and alternates the color of the light hits the chip.

The spinning color wheel used to rotate the image, which can be a problem on the screen as the rainbow effect, which produce the colors separated in different red-known project toGreen and blue. At a certain point, the image on the screen either red or green or blue, and the technique relies on the eyes, not in a position to recognize the rapid changes from one to another. However, not only some people can see, separate the colors, but the rapid succession of color may be responsible for the reported cases of eyestrain and headaches. But the vast majority of the people can not see the rainbow effect.

Newer sets have the color wheel speeddoubled. Even the newer sets instead of using a six-segment color wheel (of a 3-segment), which is two sequences of red, green and blue. Because the wheel at double speed, and because the red, green and blue seen twice in each rotation, the effect of a fourfold increase in speed. This eliminates the visibility of rainbows for the majority of people who have previously seen, the effect.

Samsung and other companies have introduced DLP sets with LED lamps and no color wheel. The bulbsneed to be replaced in the older designs every few years. The LED bulb should be over the lifetime of television.

LaserVue (Mitsubishi) is introduced in the United States now in time for the Christmas season. LaserVue is a DLP system (Texas Instruments' Dark Chip 4 "Digital Light Processor) that the standard bulb removed and replaced with a solid-state lasers. The performance of the video is excellent, but the technology will cost about $ 7000 for a 65 "HDTV.The reliability / lifetime improvement can be better, but there is little data about this new laser system. An argon ion laser would be expected to have a lifespan of approximately 8000 hours (5-6 years) of normal use. The Mitsubishi LaserVue uses a laser system of Arasor, an Australian start-ups, made of lithium niobate (PPKN). Mitsubishi currently occurs accelerated stress test, but has not published any results. An HDTV LaserVue draws under 200 watts of electricity. This isabout half of the comparable LCD HDTV, and less than one third of a plasma-high-def system.

• Small package size
• High contrast image with deep black levels
• Good value --

• Less bright images
• Rainbow Effect
• High Maintenance Cost: DLP requires frequent bulb changing needs (somewhere between 6000 to 8000 hours, about 3-4 years with normal use), compared with 50,000 or more for most LCD or plasma screens. AReplacement lamp costs about $ 300 - $ 400 Samsung is equipped with LED lighting instead of lighting. The LED should not be replaced.

Plasma Display:

Thin-design, high contrast ratings, size up to 60 inches or more, some display limitations: expensive, older systems have a high burn-in risk (over time, a reminder of that projected what was retained); This could be a problem for those who play video games or movies, such as adhesive tape. If one game or tape on pause for toolong, this could be an image on your screen.

• Exceptional picture quality: It can store up to 8.6 billion colors, accurate color reproduction and wide viewing angles
• Large screen sizes: Some Plasma TVs are now produced the range in screen sizes, up to 100 cm
• Lifetime: Plasma TVs are known for their extended service life capacity of about 60,000 hours and good contrast (deep blacks)
• less expensive thanLCD

• The displays are very bulky, heavy and fragile
• Burn-in
• Slowly increase over time
• Energy efficient

Coming Soon: OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) HDTV devices are now available, but it will be a few years before they warrant serious consideration. An OLED is set less than 1 mm thick. OLED is already used in digital cameras and mobile phones with small plates, due to their energy efficiency, which is important inportable devices.


• NTSC analog TV or standard definition TV (SDTV) is: The current system, which could have arisen vote (National Television Systems Committee).
• EDTV (Enhanced Digital TV): In fact, high-end standard-definition TV: While these rates may be better than standard sets, the image quality is not equal HDTV. Technically, there is little difference between an SDTV and HDTV ( ) except for the higher price.
• ATSC Digital TV: This is the new system (Advanced Television Systems Committee), which is not necessarily high definition.
HDTV: digital TV is where the image is a widescreen picture, often with more detail than is contained in current analog TV pictures. Most consumers will see a huge improvement in picture quality. HDTV has better picture quality than SDTV, because a greater number of lines of resolution. The image is two tofive times sharper because the gaps between scanning lines narrower.


Each of the four technologies can be a good choice. The competition is intense, and all the technologies will continue to improve. The purchase of a TV will never be as easy as it was before HDTV, but the benefits can be the value of a headache.

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วันอังคารที่ 12 มกราคม พ.ศ. 2553

How to Guide - Connecting Your Laptop to HDTV Or TV

I am writing this guide after he asked to join a couple of times about the possibilities for a laptop to a TV. People want to achieve for several reasons. First, it's great for presentations at work, school or home. It is also convenient for the display of images and videos with friends, watch DVDs, and it is now available for viewing Blu-ray and other high-definition content used in HDTV.

First, we want to make sure you get the most out of your laptop when it comes toDisplay on the TV.

If you have an HDTV with HDMI input, check whether your laptop has an HDMI output. If so, you're lucky, your HDTV can display from your laptop with HD resolutions. All you need is to connect an HDMI cable. If your HDTV HDMI inputs are used up already in place. A HDMI switch would be the best solution for you. We supply switches, in order to invite up to 5 different sources to 1 HDMI is HDMI input.
If you do not have an HDMI output on the Check laptop, whether it has a DVI output. Some ASUS and Dell laptops have them. If you do this, you can connect your laptop to an HDTV with an HDMI to DVI cable. They are both digital and cables so that is the same as HD resolutions produce standard HDMI cable.
If your laptop does not have HDMI or DVI output, it should be a VGA output. With VGA port is capable of high resolutions. However, support multiple TVs with different resolutions VGA. You need the maximum resolution of your> TV model supports VGA.
Virtually all laptops with an S-video output to come. It will not be as big of a picture, but it will certainly not work with an S-Video cable.

Once you have your choice of cable, restart your laptop plugged in and see if it recognized your TV. If not, you must go into your display properties and look for the settings that will allow your TV, your laptop screen. Where the setting is depending on the tours and accommodationsGraphics card (only) look. If you have problems, you get a TV show image, make sure that the display updated drivers to your laptop. Now you are probably want to sound from something other than your laptop speakers. You can choose to output it to your TV or explosion from your home theater audio receiver.

The best way to connect audio to your TV or receiver is through a digital audio cable. Both a digital coaxial cable or Toslinkoptical audio cable works well for crisp audio quality. To make sure your laptop has either a coaxial or optical digital audio output. Some laptops use the headphone jack that) as a digital coaxial dual (S / PDIF output. If you need to use this method, you go on a 3.5-mm-to-RCA adapter with a digital coaxial cable. If your laptop has none of these results, and you still really want that high quality sound. Do not worry! You can always still an external (USB) sound card is that the digitalcoaxial out or optical out. I recommend the Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Surround 5.1 SB1090 with Toslink Optical Audio output.
Another possibility, which will not require add-ons, is the headphone jack (3.5 mm) jack on your laptop with the use of RCA (red and white) inputs on your TV or receiver. To do this, is all you need a 3.5mm to 2 RCA Adapter with 2 RCA audio cable.

I know all of these cables may seem confusing to you. If you find problems, are what every cable, or what is underFind out more about a cable, check out the Cable Guide on CableTrain.com. All these cables are available on our website as well. I hope you can now successfully be connected to your laptop to the TV in the best way!

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วันอาทิตย์ที่ 10 มกราคม พ.ศ. 2553

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วันเสาร์ที่ 9 มกราคม พ.ศ. 2553

LCD Flat Screen TV - Are 120Hz LCD Flat Screen TVs Worth The Extra Money?

If you have a look at my LCD flat screen TV, no doubt you have about the 120Hz models read. You are probably wondering whether the models with a value of 120 Hz, the costs are. The value of the 120 Hz feature was discussed heavily in recent months. There are a number of things to consider before the decision.

In the early days of LCD or plasma TV wars, one of the biggest disadvantages of buying a LCD TV was that they tended to moveBlur, and a slightly jerky picture, especially in times when there was a lot of fast action like sports or movie scenes like car chases. Although it handle a big improvement over the years, television in the ability to fast movements, so LCD is still fighting the stigma of not having as smooth a picture as plasmas.

Enter the 120Hz TV. Have as an immediate response, integrated 120Hz LCD TV manufacturers in its latest TV models. These TVs haveRefresh rates that twice as fast as the "standard" 60Hz models.

Those who are followers of the 120Hz technology argue that the image is noticeably smoother with crystal clarity, especially in fast action scenes or sports. Another advantage is the ability to produce an almost 3D image.

On the other hand, others say that they can see no difference when comparing side to side with the "standard" 60Hz models. You have the feeling that the 120 Hz models are simpleHigher prices to sell gimmicks tv.

So who is right? As usual, there is a middle ground. Simply put, a 120Hz TV is easy to replicate a standard 60Hz signal and twice for what is little improvement to image quality. The real difference is when the use of a video processing function for motion enhancement. Each company has its own name for this process. For example, Samsung Electronics is feature called AMP for Automotion Plus. This function takesthe screen, and interpolates the image to a smoother picture, to be able to reduce stuttering.

If the movement is a further improvement satisfactory picture? This is also not yet decided. Motion improvement at its best offers a noticeably smoother, more stable image, free from Jutter, motion blur and ghosting. Some describe 120Hz games in that they have a 30 frames per second, like a game with 60 frames per second game, while others are looking to live on the ability to sports and movies fascinatedand 3D-like.

In the worst case, movement can be divided accessories designed to introduce a fast moving disturbance distracted in the second image as artifacts that may be obvious. Others feel that, while kind of documentary showing how stable Planet Earth breathtaking live-action shots may provide that the motion is carried away by the improvement of the films with a cinematic feel almost too realistic, live TV or soap opera rather than a cinematic experience .

It is important tosuggest that movement enhancements may be turned on or off, so if you are a film without the motion enhancement, you can simply switch it on, you want to see.

At the time of the election, with a 120 Hz LCD flat screen TV to go, is a purely personal choice and budget. Note that it is a very new technology and as with all new technologies there are still some things that are to be completed. There is little debate that 120Hz is the wave of the future and that the technologywill only improve over time. If the course is not the primary concern or when the additional dollars can in an attempt to future proof your TV then buy it seems appropriate to perfect, with the additional features and advantages of a 120-Hz LCD flat-screen TVs offer may go to spare. If price is a primary factor, and you work on a limited budget then a standard model would be a good choice to be perfected, the 120-Hz models.

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วันศุกร์ที่ 8 มกราคม พ.ศ. 2553

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วันพฤหัสบดีที่ 7 มกราคม พ.ศ. 2553

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วันอาทิตย์ที่ 3 มกราคม พ.ศ. 2553

LCD TV Or Plasma TV Picture Trouble? What Causes Solarization and Picture Problems? How to Fix It


It is a much common problem than many think. So, what does it matter?

There are many symptoms of this strange illness, but are the most common:

Faces on the screen are stained, as if sunburned or a yellowish-brown glow on the shiny areas.
Bright areas on the screen are colored with a light yellow or brown.

Solarization: A phenomenon in photography, in which the image on a negative or aPhotographic printing is reversed in whole or in part in tone. (From Wikipedia)

Look at junk mail a color or color newspaper ad.
Look for an ad that a "sunburn" or sunburn shows effects on the persons face.
This is what you are looking for the solarizing effect is clearly evident on the faces.

The problem can be solved if you get a firmware update for the LCD HDTV or Plasma HDTV

A firmware update is a microcode update for the chipsinside your set.

You must contact your supplier or manufacturer for this update.

And you need to get their service agent for this contact, sometimes it is complex, and this depends on the brand.

As an example, but if you have a Samsung LCD or plasma HDTV, with some models can be updated, even!

What happens is that Samsung send a USB stick with the firmware, no, and follow the instructions:

You can flash itor update it yourself!
Unfortunately, this does not always solve the problem, Solarization, but it is definitely worth a try.
Sometimes it is the fault of the station or network sub-standard programming transmitted ... Quality control?

Once it is updated, you can be sure that your set is functioning as best they can ...

Something you may be able to do if you have not already purchased an LCD HDTV, or that Bargain Cheap LCD TV is to buy simply is not an amount thatexhibits this problem.


A quick way to check the quality of an LCD display:

Go on a set that is on the screen to get up close and look straight up or down on screen
A good quality display will not change much, you will be no change in the quality of the image.
Cheap LCD TV with LCD display, which is susceptible to solarization, sees negative where the light parts of thethe picture go dark and the dark areas brighter go.
Or it will only lose color and image quality.

... If you really want to buy a cheap LCD TV, leave it there and look, are well out there ....

Unfortunately, with a plasma HDTV, it is more complicated.

You need a firmware update to try to correct the problem.

And it is a call for inclusion of your local plasma and LCD Service Center.

Think quote it, your brandand model number are these data on the back of the unit on a sticker.

And the date of purchase, if the TV is under warranty.

And it also helps if you Google.

You'll be surprised how many hits you get to a particular brand and model.

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วันศุกร์ที่ 1 มกราคม พ.ศ. 2553

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