What Is LCD TV?

Friday, 03 Dec 2010 11:53 AM

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Cumbersome televisions of the past have been replaced by the sleek and stylish LCD television. LCD televisions, or Liquid Crystal Display televisions, have become readily available in just a short while. The market is now flooded with cheap LCD televisions because of the rising market demands.

LCD TV what is
 
LCD plasma television is preferred because of its excellent picture quality, comfortable placement options, and theatre-like picture quality. If you are eager to know more about the LCD television,  read on.
 
What is LCD television?
LCD television made its debut in 2007 and its sales have shown a consistent upward trend ever since. LCD televisions mostly use LCDs that are based on thin film transistors. The display of an LCD TV consists of two transparent polarizing panels with the liquid crystal solution sandwiched in between. The inside surface of the front panel is etched in the form of a grid that serves as a template for the liquid crystal layer. Behind the panel is a source of white light that comprises all colors. The liquid crystals either allow this light to pass through or block it, depending on the electric signal applied to them. The grid pattern, referred above, has color filters installed in front, with each filter letting either the red, green, or blue component of the white light to pass through and act as a subpixel. These subpixels are so closely spaced that each of the grid points appear as a single color. This causes us to be unable to see individual colors coming from the subpixels, but a single color resulting from them. This blend of colors produces the image.
 
Why should you buy a LCD televisions?
There are numerous reasons to replace your existing CRT televisions with one of the best LCD televisions, as you can enjoy high-resolution images and perfect picture quality when you invest in a good set. LCD television usually has a flat, widescreen, which allows you to view images perfectly from angles up to 120 degree.
 
One should also choose an LCD television because of its natural color balancing features, which gives the images a lifelike quality. The images appearing on the screen have a matte finish, with minimum distortion and reflection – all implying minimal strain on your eyes. LCD television is known for its image, fresh tones, and sharp picture quality.
 
The biggest advantage of LCD television is its ability to be wall-mounted, which requires less space than conventional television sets. This is a plus for modern homes where space can be a constraint.
 
So what are you waiting for, go ahead and buy the best LCD television you can find. Enjoy watching television, gaming, or even connecting to your family or friends online using your LCD television screen. Who could ask for more!

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