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Big screen TV's - The Winners VS

The Losers

This article is a must read for people who love and admire big screen TVs. Big screen TVs not only boast its size but also features. We had reviewed 17 new models in the market and come up with a list of the winners and losers. The winners had to go over our sternest test to claim victory. Most big screen TVs offered satisfying high-definition picture quality but we wanted more from them. Some of the models from secondary brands like Coby, Hitachi, Insignia, RCA, and Sanyo disappointed us because it was a cheap alternative to better-known brands like Panasonic, Samsung, and Sony, JVC, Philips, and Vizio. These secondary brands offered sever features to attract more customers but failed to deliver the quality. They can also be not be trusted and purchased for low end price because some models caused more headaches to the customers in the long run. The Clear winners stood proudly From The Rest The Panasonic’s new S60 plasma series—the 50- inch Viera TC-P50S60 priced at $700 and 42-inch Viera TC- P42S60 priced at $650 offered high- definition picture quality than the rest of the model we have compared. The features offered by these two models are also worth mentionable. The built-in Wi-Fi saves you both time and effort in connecting your TV to the internet. The built-in Wi-Fi is capable of detecting your internet connection type and adjusts its settings to improve the data transfer speeds. Each built-in Wi-Fi offered by different models is different from the other. By using the wifi you can access several popular streaming video services from the comfort of your living room. The next best models include Panasonic plasma sets, a 55-inch JVC, and a 42-inch Panasonic model. The JVC JLE55SP4000 costing just $1,300 offered good high-def picture quality. It also includes 3D capability and you can play 3D movies on them frequently. The built-in Wi-Fi, and access to the Netflix and Vudu streaming services adds as bonus to the packages. The Smart Viera TC-L42E60 costing $800 from Panasonic have more features than the S60 plasmas. It also offers crisp sound quality than its 2012 models. Last but the lest the 42-inch LCD TV, the Vizio E420i costing $500 are worth the money spend on them. The basic 40-inch LCD TV Sony Bravia KDL-40R450 is also offers great sound and picture quality. You can buy the Sony Bravia KDL-40R450 for under $500. The losers did not fare well at all LCD TVs from Insignia including the Insignia NS- 65D260A13,LCD TVs from Hitachi including the Hitachi Ultravision LE42S606 and the LCD TVs from Sanyo including the Sanyo FVM4612 delivered performance below our expectations. Their inconsistent performance diminishes their glory of very good high-def picture quality. The Sanyo FVM4612 priced under $480 scored the overall lowest score .This 52-inch model does not lived up to its hype. Even the high-def picture quality offered at this price was also sub standard. We also tested other TV's in the process the 720p Coby and 32- inch 720p JVC offered the quality advertised but they contained several flaws. The aim of the manufactures is to capture the low end TV market but their smaller screen sizes and bad performance does not do justice to the customers purchasing these models. The inability to accurately produce colors from that of the source content was one of the features these TV’s lacked. Some models produced different colors and still retained their claim of high definition playback. Larger-sized sets like 55-inch Philips and 58-inch Sanyo offers good high-definition picture quality but they had the same flaws as the smaller sized ones. Out of the 17 models we tested there was only one TV capable of playing 3D content. The 3D content playback needs improvement too. The trends emerging in the larger-sized TV sets market include fluorescent (CCFL) backlights and internet content. The “smart TV” platforms are also growing including the app market which contains several apps to personalize your smart TV's features and performance. You can also browse streaming video services from Netflix and Amazo.Most manufactures are not working on 3D-capable TVs because its one of the features that will have high demand in the future.

Resources

Here is some more information about big screen TVs and the best TVs to buy: What TV Should You Buy Flat Screen TV Buying Guide
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Mountain Hiker

Big screen TV's - The Winners VS The Losers

This article is a must read for people who love and admire big screen TVs. Big screen TVs not only boast its size but also features. We had reviewed 17 new models in the market and come up with a list of the winners and losers. The winners had to go over our sternest test to claim victory. Most big screen TVs offered satisfying high-definition picture quality but we wanted more from them. Some of the models from secondary brands like Coby, Hitachi, Insignia, RCA, and Sanyo disappointed us because it was a cheap alternative to better-known brands like Panasonic, Samsung, and Sony, JVC, Philips, and Vizio. These secondary brands offered sever features to attract more customers but failed to deliver the quality. They can also be not be trusted and purchased for low end price because some models caused more headaches to the customers in the long run. The Clear winners stood proudly From The Rest The Panasonic’s new S60 plasma series—the 50-inch Viera TC-P50S60 priced at $700 and 42-inch Viera TC- P42S60 priced at $650 offered high-definition picture quality than the rest of the model we have compared. The features offered by these two models are also worth mentionable. The built-in Wi-Fi saves you both time and effort in connecting your TV to the internet. The built-in Wi-Fi is capable of detecting your internet connection type and adjusts its settings to improve the data transfer speeds. Each built-in Wi-Fi offered by different models is different from the other. By using the wifi you can access several popular streaming video services from the comfort of your living room. The next best models include Panasonic plasma sets, a 55-inch JVC, and a 42-inch Panasonic model. The JVC JLE55SP4000 costing just $1,300 offered good high-def picture quality. It also includes 3D capability and you can play 3D movies on them frequently. The built-in Wi-Fi, and access to the Netflix and Vudu streaming services adds as bonus to the packages. The Smart Viera TC-L42E60 costing $800 from Panasonic have more features than the S60 plasmas. It also offers crisp sound quality than its 2012 models. Last but the lest the 42-inch LCD TV, the Vizio E420i costing $500 are worth the money spend on them. The basic 40-inch LCD TV Sony Bravia KDL-40R450 is also offers great sound and picture quality. You can buy the Sony Bravia KDL-40R450 for under $500. The losers did not fare well at all LCD TVs from Insignia including the Insignia NS-65D260A13,LCD TVs from Hitachi including the Hitachi Ultravision LE42S606 and the LCD TVs from Sanyo including the Sanyo FVM4612 delivered performance below our expectations. Their inconsistent performance diminishes their glory of very good high-def picture quality. The Sanyo FVM4612 priced under $480 scored the overall lowest score .This 52-inch model does not lived up to its hype. Even the high-def picture quality offered at this price was also sub standard. We also tested other TV's in the process the 720p Coby and 32-inch 720p JVC offered the quality advertised but they contained several flaws. The aim of the manufactures is to capture the low end TV market but their smaller screen sizes and bad performance does not do justice to the customers purchasing these models. The inability to accurately produce colors from that of the source content was one of the features these TV’s lacked. Some models produced different colors and still retained their claim of high definition playback. Larger-sized sets like 55-inch Philips and 58-inch Sanyo offers good high-definition picture quality but they had the same flaws as the smaller sized ones. Out of the 17 models we tested there was only one TV capable of playing 3D content. The 3D content playback needs improvement too. The trends emerging in the larger-sized TV sets market include fluorescent (CCFL) backlights and internet content. The “smart TV” platforms are also growing including the app market which contains several apps to personalize your smart TV's features and performance. You can also browse streaming video services from Netflix and Amazo.Most manufactures are not working on 3D-capable TVs because its one of the features that will have high demand in the future.

Resources

Here is some more information about big screen TVs and the best TVs to buy: What TV Should You Buy Flat Screen TV Buying Guide
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