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5 Signs That Your TV Might Be Failing Features TV 

5 Signs That Your TV Might Be Failing

Televisions are an expensive purchase and they come with a maximum manufacturer’s warranty of 3 years, which is not enough. Plus, they are delicate and can start to show signs of failure if not properly maintained. Since TV is used practically everyday for hours at a stretch, it is bound to have some issues over time. Some of these issues can be taken care of at home, while some serious issues may need help from a professional.   Here are 5 common signs that your TV might be failing and…

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All You Need to Know About Haier’s Newly Launched Quantum Dot 4K TVs Buying Guide News TV 

All You Need to Know About Haier’s Newly Launched Quantum Dot 4K TVs

The great Chinese giant, Haier in a recent event launched its best technology TVs namely Quantum Dot 4K Slim LED and Quantum Dot 4K curved LED in India. The all-new Android-powered offering system comprises of features like UHD and HDR display. Since the TV set is powered by the Android operating system and has all the features of a Smart TV, this new Haier model gives us the best of the features ever seen in a Television. The vibrant colours, the picture quality with that clear screen and the best…

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Differences Between LCD and LED TV Buying Guide TV 

Differences Between LCD and LED TV

Since the much-loved Plasma format of TVs went out of production, there has been some confusion about which format is better for home viewing – there is the LCD and there’s the LED. But before we start comparing the two kinds to decide which one’s better, let’s start by explaining what these terms even mean. Both are hi-def TVs, which means that their quality of transmission will be a great deal better than standard transmission TVs. But is there a difference really? LCD TV, or TVs with Liquid Crystal Display…

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Review: Sony Bravia HD Ready LED TV Reviews TV 

Review: Sony Bravia HD Ready LED TV

A good small screen TV that is more expensive than its competition, but worth the extra. With Ultra HD 4K TVs in the market, HD Ready TVs may not seem like a great purchase, but the Sony Bravia KLV-32R302D delivers such a natural, detailed and well-balanced screen for its price that it is immensely enjoyable even if you are not counting the pixels. Picture Quality The Sony Bravia KLV-32R302D is only HD-Ready, not a full-HD TV, and this means that it will accept 1080p picture but not display them natively….

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