Archive for November, 2008

HDTV and Seniors

Friday, November 28th, 2008

Most seniors cannot afford a new HD ready TV or pay for cable TV, so they will need to order the HD converter box for their current TV in order to still watch free TV.  They can order the $40 discount coupons using 800 #, but most people are not ...

HDTV: The Works

Friday, November 28th, 2008

For many people, the digital experience has created havoc. The high tech world has them confused with the multitude of choices and abbreviated enhancement of television. They’ve taken the expected plunge to upgrade their television only to be left without the know how of making the move. For years people have ...

HDTV: What Will Happen to the Little Guy

Friday, November 28th, 2008

If you’re like me, you’ve grown accustomed to your local television programming. If you’re from a small area you may be wondering how your local networks will stay afloat with the current DTV expectations. Don’t worry, the little networks won’t be smeared off of the face of your television but ...

HDTV: What this Means to Analog Viewers

Friday, November 28th, 2008

In the early part of 2006 it was decided by the Congress and FCC to switch off analog broadcasting by February 2009. As the time draws near this has many people in the United States in a panic. To enhance the effect commercials’ have been created to remind consumers that ...

Surprising HDTV Benefits

Monday, November 24th, 2008

For those without cable or satellite TV, you will need to either purchase a converter box or buy a new HD to continue to receive free TV through either a rooftop or indoor antenna.  When you select auto channel, you will be surprised how long the process takes to complete.  ...

HDTV and DirecTV

Monday, November 24th, 2008

According to many sites related to DirecTV and the switchover to HDTV, they promise to give you a better picture quality, wide screen viewing, and adequately better sound. When you become an HDTV subscriber they will provide you with a High definition receiver and up to three receivers for the ...

CRT Televisions in HDTV

Monday, November 24th, 2008

CRT televisions, otherwise known as direct view are recognized as the traditional tube television. While they are bulkier in size and image size and resolution is more limited, these televisions’ are still a favorite among many. Since the craze of digital television took effect; newer HDTVs have met with all ...

Choosing an HDTV Service

Monday, November 24th, 2008

Once you’ve decided what type of TV you’re going to be using for the upcoming switch to HDTV, you’ll need to consider which service suits you for programming. While it’s important to know the equipment end of the spectrum, these things vary within different localities so it is difficult to ...

Buying an HDTV

Thursday, November 20th, 2008

If you’ve decided to upgrade to an HDTV there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, and most important, is that your HDTV will not automatically insure you HDTV programming. You must also have cable, satellite, or antenna. In some cases, you will also need a cable ...

Optoma HD65 720p High Definition DLP Home Theater Projector

Thursday, November 20th, 2008

The Optoma HD65 is just as good as the bigger brand projectors on the market in my opinion. With the extra options and fantastic picture there is no need to be wasting the extra money. The pictures are bright, clear and this machine is great during the day or for ...