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Smart-Review | 4K TV Buying Guide 2018-2019 | Ultra HD HDTVs

January 5, 2019 by  
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4K TV Buying Guide (2018-2019) – The 4K revolution is upon us. A 4K UHD TV has four times the resolution of Full HD 1080p TVs. Regular HDTVs have 2 million pixels (1920 X 1080), while a 4K TV has 8 million pixels (3,840 X 2,160). This is the same resolution as a movie theater. […]

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Smart-Review | HDTV & 4K TV Buying Guide (2017-2018)

April 10, 2018 by  
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High Definition Televisions have replaced the older CRT monitors and Analog TV sets that had been used for 50+ years. Now we have a new standard called Ultra HD, also know as a 4K TV. These new TVs have almost the same resolution as your movie theater, which uses 4K projectors. 4K TVs have four […]

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The Latest Top 10 TVs – LED, OLED, 4K HDTVs 2017-2018

February 20, 2018 by  
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The Latest Top 10 (2017-2018) HDTVs – For 2017-2018 the top of the line TVs are 4K Ultra HD TVs. These TVs have four times the resolution of Full HD and have taken over the TV market for larger sets. This is almost the same resolution as the movie theater 4K projectors. Native 4K Content […]

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HDTV: How Large a Screen Do You Need?

January 10, 2018 by  
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In general, your viewing distance should be between 1.5 to 3 times the screen size. If you are watching mostly DVDs, Blu-ray, HD Games (playstation 3) or HDTV broadcasts, you can sit more towards the 1.5 times screen size. If watching mostly old standard definition broadcasts, then you would want to sit further back. So […]

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HDTV: Getting the Best Sound Quality

January 10, 2016 by  
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TV Sound Quality: Today’s Flat Panel TVs bear little resemblance to the old analog sets of the past. They are thinner, and their frames (also know as bezels) are smaller as well. Old sets had lots of room for big speakers. Not so with the modern sets. Engineers have done a good job of innovating […]

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