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6 ways you can tell your tv is old

17th August 2010
If youíre wondering whether your TV is old or not, ask yourself the following questions. Youíll soon know if your TV is behind the times. What size screen does it have? Does your TV have at least a 32-inch screen? This isnít to suggest that big is bes... Read >
Author: Jake

What is Din, 1 DIN, 2 DIN, and half DIN?What is LCD?What is PAL, NTSC and SECAM?

15th June 2010
What is Din, 1 DIN, 2 DIN, and half DIN? Din is the regular size of a aftermarket radio. Most kits are designed for DIN radio's. Almost all radio's made are DIN size. 1 DIN is the standard DIN specification. 2 DIN (or double DIN) refers to units that a... Read >
Author: joyce

How To Restore Picture Tube Without using a crt tester, restorer or rejuvenator

01st December 2009
Picture become weak or dim usually happen after the monitor have been used for many years. Again it depends on the quality of the picture tube or cathode ray tube (CRT). Some grade A CRT can last for many years, but for the lower grade one it can only l... Read >
Author: VineetB

Should I Hang my TV on Wall or Place It on a ground?

16th October 2009
For all TV buyers, the initial thing we have to decide is the best position for our TV. Depending on the space and environment where we want to install the device, it could happen to have only a forced choice. In any case, the decision will be whether to ... Read >
Author: John H.

Laptop Buyers Checklist

22nd August 2008
If you don't want to be disappointed, here's a quick Checklist of the features you want to check before you buy your notebook computer. * Processor: The heart of your notebook or computer. It does the processing and applications. Most people prefer In... Read >
Author: Robert Smith

A little Vintage Computer Monitor History

13th August 2006
Until the early 1980's most monitors were terminals. They were boxy video display terminals (VDT's) combined with an attached keyboard. A terminal could be configured to work with just about any computer on the market. (Not that th... Read >
Author: Arthur Fellon

Interlace vs Progressive Scan: What's the Difference?

21st October 2005
Interlaced scanning Interlaced scan-based images use techniques developed for CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) TV monitor displays, made up of 576 visible horizontal lines across a standard TV screen. Interlacing divides these into odd and even lines and then alter... Read >
Author: Mitchell Medford

How Do Plasma Televisions Work?

28th July 2005
Plasma TVs have been one of the most popular home entertainment solutions on the market for several years. They offer outstanding resolution and a quality picture and are usually capable of displaying HDTV signals, allowing you to watch all of your favour... Read >
Author: Jeff Lakie
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