HDTV At Its best: Samsung DLP HDTV
HDTV has significantly improved the way we watch television. The new technology enhances the quality of broadcast television and boasts of crystal clear pictures and heart-thumping sound. One way of truly capturing the HDTV experience is by using Digital Light Processing High Definition Television’s that are designed to handle the vibrant images of digital signals.
Some of the world’s top manufacturers of televisions have been using digital light processing technology for high definition TVs or better known as DLP HDTV.
There is a number of high definition TVs available that uses DLP HDTV that any consumer can easily choose from. The digital light processing for high definition TVs or DLP HDTV featured sets do famous high definition TV manufacturers make the best of all the high definition TV units.
Some of the top-notch high definition TVs available in the market include the Hitachi HDTV, the Mitsubishi HDTV, the Samsung HDTV, the Sony high definition TV, the Toshiba HDTV and many more.
Samsung 56″ Widescreen HDTV
Samsung is one of the top makers of digital light processing for HDTV or DLP HDTV. Samsung HDTVs are belong to the higher echelon of TV in the market and rank high in reviews on a constant basis.
The Samsung 56″ Widescreen HDTV HLR5688W boasts of a big screen and outstanding high definition TV appropriate for any lifestyle.
The Samsung 56″ HDTV uses digital light processing for high definition or DLP HDTV. This DLP HDTV by Samsung uses Texas Instruments’ digital light processing technology for HDTV to ensure resolution and clarity of pictures and images are crisp and crystal clear.
The Samsung 56″ HDTV, aside form using the digital light processing technology, also utilizes the patented Cinema Smooth with 720 p and 1080 p light engines. Together with the DNIe, the Samsung 56″ high definition television provides clear and more life like pictures.
The Samsung 56″ HDTV is also equipped with a pedestal design that is less than 21″ deep. These digital light-processing applications for DLP HDTV also have full 1920 x 1080 p digital format converter for each input.
This DLP HDTV also has a contrast ratio of as much as to 10,000:1 with its very attractive colors.
Also, this Samsung DLP HDTV has one panel design giving out a very crystal clear picture. The DLP HDTV of Samsung also has a ultra quiet operation unlike any other HDTV in the market today.
The Samsung 56″ widescreen HDTV also has a analog/ digital tuner built-in its body that is a requirement for any HDTV.
This DLP HDTV from Samsung also features a Digital Cable Ready (DCR) equipped with a CableCard. This DLP technology for HDTV uses Samsung’s latest proprietary new generation DNIe video enhancer.
The Samsung DLP HDTV has Ciname Smooth Film Mode 3:2 Pull Down and does not have burn-in or screen aging. The digital light processing technology for high definition TVs or DLP HDTV has a 30-Watt audio system with its built-in speakers.
The DLP HDTV weighs 200 pound. This DLP HDTV from Samsung offer a warranty for 1 year for parts and labor.
Aside from the widescreen HDTV from Samsung, there are a more HDTV’s available for sale in the market today. Consumers can also search online for specifications of these HDTVs.
Other possible Internet retails sites where a wide selection of HDTVs can be found include the following:
1. Best Buy Digital TVs is a site that provides a free portable DVD player for any purchase of a projection TV.
2. Abt Electronics is an online retail site that is one of the top independent retailers of consumer electronics and appliances. This includes standard and high definition TV sets.
3. Vann’s is a an online retail site that has been certified as a Gold Certified Merchant. A top choice for many consumers.
4. Wal-Mart is the Internet site where you can find high definition TV-ready sets and plasma TVs as well as standard definition TV sets.
5. Amazon.com is another online retail site where you can shop for standard and HDTV.
6. Tiger Direct is an Internet retail site that has great offerings on plasma TVs and standard and HDTVs.