Even though LCD TV’s have improved in quality thanks to some very cleaver technology, the price for these televisions has dropped dramatically due to huge competition and price wars. This means no matter what price you pay for say a 32 inch LCD TV you still get a TV which is ten times better than your old conventional Television which you could never get to sit that close to the wall.
There are differences in the design and specifications of each LCD TV but too many homeowners, the in depth features won’t be used anyway. Many people just want a television where they can watch their favourite films and soaps.
The price of a LCD TV does depend on the screen size. The most popular within the UK for example are 32 Inch LCD TV’s with many people online using the keyword 32 lcd, but the more gadget and technology orientated users are also opting for 42 inches or even 50 inches for those who have the room, or wall space.
If you are looking to buy a LCD TV from a high street shop, make sure you check out the picture quality properly. Sometimes the brightest TV can look the best but this is not always the case. There is a slang phrase called “torch mode” which basically means the TV is set to the settings which make it look like the brightest and best TV but not always the actual best in the range on sale.
There are two types of High Definition Televisions, those referred to as HD Ready and there are also Full HD TV’s to. HD Ready has become a household phase and mentioned on TV on more or less all television adverts. This has led people to believe they are top of the range, when in fact the resolutions are not actually Full High Definition. To get the full resolution of a High Definition TV you need Full HD TV also knows as a 1080p TV.