It all depends on how hard. Transporting in a moving truck. It better be standing upright. NO flexing the product or hard jolts. Every thing has a limit. Think of it as fairly delicate. Common sense applies here. The screen will not take hard hitting to it's face. Any area that gets damaged is a complete loss of the panel. The cost of the product, unless you want to save it for 20 years, when the price lowers.
No. Your HD tv should be able to handle many formats.
TV = Television LCD= Lichid Crystal Display
Same thing except LCD TVs are televisions by themselves while LCD monitors can serve as either a television OR a computer monitor.
To replace your LCD TV you should go to the electronic shops from which you bought the LCD TV. Or, you can also visit the official customer center of the LCD TV brand in your area.
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No most people consider lcd tvs better than plasma tvs. Plasma tvs are harder to fix than lcd tvs. Lcd tvs also have a clearer picture than plasma tvs do.
LCD televisions would be the best for games. Stay away from plasma TV's because they can't handle the images.
An LCD TV is different from a regular TV because a LED tv is an LCD tv with LED backlighting. Regular tv's are non lcd so they have CFL backlighting. Both tv's are reliable and widely used
It depends on the size of the LCD Panel and the audio power on the LCD TV.
Sharp is the first compnay to use lcd in TVs
led is better than lcd tv
I am not sure what you mean by "best mark" in the market. Their are many different brands that sell LCD TVs at different qualities consumersearch.com/lcd-tv has reviews of many different LCD TVs.
Haier 39 inches L39Z10A Full HD LCD TV, Samsung 32 inches LA32E420 HD LCD TV and Panasonic 24 inches TH-L24C5D HD LCD TV are best among LCD Tv's.
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LED televisions have better color contrast than LCD televisions. LCD televisions have better viewing angles than LED televisions do, meaning that viewing to television from the side is more comfortable with the LCD televisions than with the LED televisions.
A plasma TV is better than a LCD TV. haha! :-)
CNet has a great guide to buying an HDTV, including what to look for in an LCD TV. Wikipedia's LCD TV page can be pretty beneficial in helping you know what to look for when purchasing an LCD TV.
The action depends on the refresh rate, which the hertz is how many times per second it refreshes. Plasma can handle 600hz and the fastest LED TV can handle 1240hz. Therefore, LED is the winner.
These days there are many cheap LCD televisions available on the market, so it is not difficult to find a good cheap LCD TV. To see which bands are the best, have a look at this Cheap LCD TVs Buying Guide: http://www.cheapism.com/cheap-lcd-tv
It was predicted that by 2010 50% of TV sales will be LCD TVs.
LCD, simply because LEDs suck.
If the LCD TV has built in WIFI then yes.
Panasonic is a very known and reputable brand for their high quality and large LCD televisions. Their largest selection of LCD televisions range from 6 inch to 64 inch LCD televisions.
The main difference between an LED TV and an LCD TV is that the LED TV is back-lit by LED lights while the LCD TV is not. LED TV's are also more energy efficient than LCD ones.
An LCD panel is actually a LCD screen that is part of your computer monitor or LCD Television. There are different types of screens such as plasma as well, but to answer your question, an LCD panel is the LCD screen on your monitor or television (provided it is an LCD model).
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