Sunday, January 27, 2008

High Definition Home Theater

With the way the economy is today, the last thing people are thinking about purchasing are Home Theater products. We all understand that this little home project can become very expensive. With all of this being said, let me just give you all a little piece of my mind. No matter what situation your are confronted with you will always get what you pay for. So if by chance its a Saturday or Sunday and we're walking around Walmart or BJ's or Costco and we see these beautiful Plasma and LCD TV's everywhere for so cheap let's step outside of the box and ask ourselves what's the difference between this TV here and a TV at Best Buy or another Home A/V company?

Well most of the time these televisions don't have the FULL HD capabilities such as 1080P or a HDMI port on the back. These are two very important features. 1080P is what true high definition pictures are televised through. A HDMI port is an input for an HDMI cable that passes both audio and video signals. Also the HDMI cable passes 1080P as well as a digital signal for surround sound. So take a step back and think about your next purchase. Don't be afraid to do some research about the High Definition (HD) world.

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