Technology is advancing fast like a river finds its way on its own over the course of its advancement. After working in the aircraft industry for so many years, we know what technology can do to mankind. This is the same technology that has revolutionized the electronics industry also. Lets discuss the latest new features that the television industry is offering to its customers these days.
Reception Standard: Possible reception standards are PAL, SECAM, and NTSC. The standard that is common in the Netherlands and most other Western European countries is PAL. SECAM is also used in France.
Number of HDMI Inputs: HDMI is a high quality digital video and audio connection. Almost every TV has multiple HDMI connections. Many peripherals that can be connected to the TV, also have a HDMI connection. You can compare sony lcd tv prices in delhi, the list contains prices of only those TVs that support HDMI inputs.
Component: A component cable consists of three cables with RCA plugs: red, green and blue. The component input is from the highest quality HDMI connection. The component connection is a single, image connection only, the sound should be connected separately.
Scart: The scart connection is an analog connection that is used to connect a VCR or DVD player. The scart socket is now increasingly replaced by the HDMI connection.
S-Video input: At S-Video (also known as Y / C) are the image signals sent by two separate veins. This connection is now used less and less.
USB 2.0: Via the USB input, you have the possibility to transfer pictures from a camera or from a USB stick. The Samsung led tv price in delhi is generally higher for those models that support USB 2.0 feature.
DLNA: DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) allows movies, photos and music exchange between different devices in the home. Example, you can view videos from the PC to the TV. Condition is that both the devices being communicating should be DLNA certified. DLNA can be wired (using the RJ45/LAN connection) and wireless.
CI / CI +: CI (Common Interface) and CI + (Common Interface Plus) is a connection to a TV suitable for a CAM module. These jacks make it possible to view digital content on TV without the use of a separate digital receiver. You need a suitable CAM module and a smart card from the digital TV service provider. A big advantage is that you only need one remote.
Computer / network connection: The TV can be connected to a PC or a Laptop so that it can act as a monitor. A network connection is inter alia for certain web features on the TV. This can be wired (LAN) or wireless (WLAN).
Headphone Output: Used to connect headphones.
3D TV: 3D (three dimensional) provides a spatial representation of the image on the TV. For 3D TV to display the program, it should also be broadcast in 3D. To play Blu-ray movies in 3D Blu-ray player should also be suitable for 3D viewing. When watching 3D content you need 3D glasses. If you are interested in buying a 3D TV, you must review all the available models and check 3D sony led tv price in delhi. Doing a little research before buying will certainly help you get the best deal available.