The Basics of LCD TVs

What are LCD TVs?

An LCD TV is a flat panel TV based on a liquid crystal display that has plasma glass panels. The panels are laid out in a horizontal configuration. The front panel is thin and this creates the feel of a normal TV — one that is much more picture conscious than your average TV. Video sources are fed by an array of large blue light-emitting diodes. The LC Connector is blue and it is responsible for transferring the video signal from the TV built-in charge compact fluorescent light bulbs. In other words, video sources apart from the two basic types of broadcasts, are controlled by the three major units: the video card which is integrated with the motherboard; the hard drive which is attached externally; and the RAM which is attached internally.

Thanks to these main units, the LCD TV can process so many different signals. Coupled with the fact that they are no bigger than 50 cm (20 inches), they are the perfect TV for the family or the office. Furthermore, manufacturers are now ready to offer better quality models with consumers in mind. To make the customers happy, Samsung has created five LED models: IE320, IEambers, IE625, IE8000, and IE9000. They will be available in a variety of models with various screen sizes: five inches, six inches, eight inches, and nine inches.

The main disadvantage of LCD TVs is the price. They are usually between $200-$300 more than the LED models. They are also less comfortable to watch because of the lower screen angle. However, these are far superior to the plasma TV, which is TVs whose screen angle is changed constantly depending on its position. LCD is definitely the best pick if you are interested in buying a flat panel TV for your home.

Samsung has recognized the consumers’ desire for better quality and durability in small items. For this reason, they designed the Series five line of televisions. They are manufactured not only to provide top quality but they are also resistant to possible causes of damage. Series five consists of the EH4000 Series, EH4500 Series, EH6000 Series, and the EH1000 Series. They are all designed to be durable and they are also made to deal with wash-down environments.

When compared to normal TVs, the IE series provides the picture clarity that you would associate with a very sophisticated set. The large screen display of the IE models makes it possible to view television screens and also other components at the same time. These advantages of a weaver series televisions result in a lower energy consumption rate. They can run on much less power when compared to televisions of the lower series. This is due to the efficient design and low weight of the IE Series. The IE series televisions are also built to receive the highest levels of upgrades and are resistant to damages that would necessarily damage the TV of another model.

The Samsung UPS series is undoubtedly one of the most innovative and best-selling lines within the Samsung brand. This UPS series comprises an electrical power supply and also a battery for the device, which keeps the main assembly running even without power.