Every home should have a home theater big screen TV. With todays HDTV there are just to many excellent DVD videos movies to watch. Soon there will be nothing but HDTV so that old TV is out so why not a big screen TV to make the change.
It seems like a big screen TV is getting easier for the average person to afford every day as the demand rises.
There are three types of big screen TV’s I recommend to consider in todays electronics age. The Digital Projection, LCD and Plasma big screen TV. Let me explain what they are.
Big Screen Digital Projection TV’s have come a long way with the presence of new electronics technology. Digital projections TV’s today play clear and bright video pictures. Take for example Toshibas 56″ Theaterwide Rear Projection TV.
You can get a big screen TV up to 100 inches in diameter for less than $2,000 making digital projection TV’s a great value and extremely affordable.
LCD TV’s are similar to today’s computer monitors. While they don’t come as big yet as the digital projection TV’s, they are ultra thin and light weight. Many LCD TV’s can be mounted on a wall for space saving reasons. LCD’s are much more expensive than digital projection, but the price is dropping very fast.
Plasma TV’s are the Grand Daddy of the big screen TV’s. You can find plasma TV’s in the 40 inch to 60 inch range like this 42″ Widescreen Edtv Plasma Tv, but expect to pay a lot. For the money, plasma delivers an awesome picture.
With this new age of electronic technology there is no reason not to have a big screen TV. They are affordable and the day is coming when all TV’s will be digital and there will be no other choice.
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