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Sharp Quattron TVs: Adding Extra Color To Your HDTV

3D TV has been one of the most hyped new technologies this year, but Sharp came at us with a different gimmick: Quad Pixel technology, implemented in their Quattron series of TVs. You’ve probably seen this line advertised in the TV spots with Geor...

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LED Backlit HDTVs

Originally posted 6/1/09This year's emerging, evolutionary technology in high-definition televisions is "LED." LED is an abbreviation familiar to consumers, although not in this context. "Light-emitting diodes" are just little lights, though they ...

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120 Hertz: What's It All About?

Originally Published 11/27/07If you've been walking through the local electronics store, or browsing HDTVs online (and I'm sure you have), you may have noticed a lot of attention being payed to "120 Hertz," that is, the refresh rate of some newer ...

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5 "More Is Better" Myths of High-Definition TV

Myth #1: Bigger Screen Is Always BetterA comically large television will get your friends’ attention, but there is such a thing as a TV that’s too big. Sit too close to a colossal screen, and you’ll end up with eye-strain. Instead, buy a TV that f...

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Should You Buy A Connected TV?

When we first reported on internet-ready TVs last year, they were stillpretty primitive. The functionality basically amounted to an RSS feedand some news and weather widgets that displayed alongside TV programs,and if it was particularly cutting-e...

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LG LED Televisions: W2286L, W2486L, 55LH95, 55LH93

Originally published 7/30/09HDTV manufacturer LG has recently announced four new LED LCD television models that are currently available in South Korea, but can be expected to make their way to North America in the near future, perhaps early fall.T...

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Hitachi "Wooo" High-Definition Televisions: XP035 Plasma and XP35 LCD Series

Television manufacturers who don't have the benefit of an instantly recognizable name or a strong reputation for quality often have to try new things to stand out from the crowd. Successful brands like Sony or Panasonic can become complacent, whil...

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What Sports Fans Need To Know About HDTVs

The holidays have long-since passed us by, and spring is still weeks away. But there is no better time of the year for sports. The NBA and NHL are in full swing, the Superbowl is tomorrow, the Olympics begin next weekend, baseball spring training ...

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Sony Ultra-Thin, Wireless LCD TVs - ZX5 series

Update 3/24/10: No word from Sony about an American release yet. Here's what we wrote about the ZX5 series when it was unveiled last September:Sony is gunning for early-adopters and forward-thinking consumers with their all-new ZX5 series of LCD t...

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LG Ultra-Thin SL90 LED LCD Televisions

Originally published 8/11/09Last week, we talked about three new LG LCD televisions utilizing the stunning "edge-to-edge" design, which greatly reduces the frame bezel around the display to provide an attractive screen that covers almost all of th...

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Sharp's Integrated Blu-Ray LCD TV: The LC46BD80U, LC52BD80U, and the LC32BD60U

Though Sharp seems to be holding onto specific details about the player itself, we can extrapolate from the lack of an Ethernet port that these LCD TVs are equipped with a profile 1.1 Blu-ray disc player, meaning it is capable of utilizing "Bonus ...

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Who We Are

Who is DigitalAdvisor?We are a small, private company—the same folks that run www.DigitalCamera-HQ.com. We have no affiliations to manufacturers of TVs or other consumer electronics. We don't get any money for reviewing or listing a product on o...

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Holiday Buyer's Guide | Upgrading Your HDTV

If you think bigger is better, money is a factor, and picture quality is secondary, the Panasonic Viera TC-P50X1 is a great choice. It's a plasma display with 720p resolution, so it's not on the cutting edge by this year's standards, but it's stil...

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Skype-Enabled HDTVs - Giant Household Videophones of the Future

In the future, everyone will have giant videophones in their living rooms. Families will no longer awkwardly huddle around laptops with grainy webcams when they video chat with friends and relatives; they'll do it from the comfort of their sofas a...

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Samsung Luxia LCD Televisions with LED Backlights: 6000 / 7000 / 8000 Series

Originally Posted 4/2/09Samsung's new line of Luxia televisions isn't just improving how you view high-definition video in your homes, it's one of the first LCD TV lines that is fully equipped to serve as a hub for your home entertainment network....

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Samsung 9000 Series LCD Televisions

Update 1/9/10: The 9000 series finally made an appearance at CES 2010, and it's gone through some big changes since we first profiled it way back in April 2009. Like every high-end model announced at CES, it's 1080p, 240Hz, local-dimming LED, WiFi...

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Sony's Connected BRAVIA W-Series LCD TVs

Originally posted 5/14/09There's a degree of uncertainty surrounding Sony's W5100-series LCD televisions, but the mystery only heightens the anticipation. The line consists of three models, the 52-inch KDL-52W5100, the 46-inch KDL-46W5100, and the...

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Panasonic's 2009 Viera Cast Internet-Enabled Plasma Televisions: G10, V10, and Z1 Series

Originally Posted 4/29/09Panasonic is in a unique position. They've long been the prime manufacturer of consumer-friendly plasma televisions. Their plasmas were of high-quality and had reasonable price tags. Their only competition in this space wa...

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Panasonic Plasma in 2010

Now that the Pioneer Kuro is out of production, Panasonic is the undisputed leader in plasma television. The five lines on offer in 2010 touch all the bases for any consumer looking for a smoother, sharper picture than anything that LCD has to off...