News Report Local electronics and electrical manufacturer 'Marcel' extended the replacement guarantee period of its television
panels to 4 years.
- A black television
will help with the mirror reflection when the TV is off so a black television
is recommended over silver or light colored one.
Almost 75 percent of all digital televisions
sold through 2006 are capable of displaying in high-definition.
Dubbed the Discovery Channel Media Education center, this new facility will allow students to create their own multimedia programming and learn the technology behind making videos and television
esponding to this, JVC has developed a 0.7-inch D-ILA full HD device for use in high-resolution projection televisions
. The new device, which will commence volume production in August, is smaller and lower in cost than its predecessor 0.8-inch D-ILA full HD device.
Pioneer's new Pure Vision plasma televisions
show images in more than one billion colors using a totally digital image processing technology.
As mass merchants begin to sell digital televisions
, prices are falling and Gateway may no longer be able to compete on low price.
WOW provides television
and multimedia display manufacturers with the ability to instantly improve their product's overall sound quality.
But even if one were to take CEA's argument at face value--that consumers will resist buying new televisions
because of their higher associated costs--its price assumptions fall apart under even the slightest scrutiny.
This article compares the employment history of cable and other pay television
services with that of radio and television
broadcasting; it also reviews some of the more significant regulatory and economic changes that have occurred over the period.
Analysts have been touting convergence for years, eventually expecting a central PC to control everything in your home from the television
to the heat and electricity.
The speaker enclosure measures just over 3 inches high and blends with most televisions
and home-entertainment centers.
outdoes all other media in its effortless production of cultural myths.
Various laws and regulations constrain the ownership of television
and radio stations.