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  Faqs : LCD
  • HDMI, an uncompressed digital audio and video interface delivers crystal clear audio and video by ensuring no data loss for a perfect viewing.

  • Now enjoy two viewing windows and your LCD simultaneously. So you do not have to worry when two of your favorite sports clash at the same time, just tune into PIP mode.
  • Perhaps the TV is unable to recognize the resolution set by the PC. Suggest changing to the best resolution or other standard resolutions of Windows system. Set refresh rate to be 60Hz.
  • This can be corrected by reducing picture size to 4:3, change cable box connections to HDMI or DVI connections, or use the sharpness function.

  • 3D TV is a TV technology that is capable of rendering the illusion of 3D over the 2D TV screen.
  • Yes, any good 3D TV is in essence an equally good 2D TV. The 3D High Definition TVs work like any other standard HDTV - using basically the same power, operating in the same manner, and come with the usual picture controls. The only difference being that these have extra features - together with the associated controls - that enables them to process 3D content - delivering full HD 3D when viewing with a 3D glasses.
  • LCD TV is also known as Liquid Crystal Display TV. From its name, it uses liquid crystal to produce images on the TV screen. Its thin layer of liquid crystal has tiny cells that produce pixels.
    LED TVs also known as Light Emitting Diode on the other hand use backlighting technology with the use of LED. Its screen contains blue, red and green LEDs which lights up to produce the correct color. Its backlighting technology makes it possible to consume 40% less power making it eco friendly.
  • Contrast ratio is a measure of a display system. It is the ratio of luminance of the brightest color which is white to the darkest color which is black that LED TVs are capable of producing. You want to have a high contrast ratio for your TV because the higher the number, the better the image it gives during dark scenes.
  • 1080p is a shorthand name for category of HDTV video modes. The number 1080 represents lines of vertical resolution or 1080 horizontal scan lines. The letter “p” stands for progressive scan which means the image is not interlaced. 1080p can be referred to as full HD or full high definition. 
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