A wide screen television delivers the high quality video and even sound that you require from your home theater. The wide screen TV is the most expensive component of a home theater; hence great care must be taken when selecting one.
There are lots of options to choose from in the market today. They include the good old CRT rear projection, the plasma flat-panel, the LCD flat-panel and the LCD rear projection televisions.
The plasma television offers great picture quality in a very slim device. You can even hang them on the wall. The colours are so realistic with latest products capable of displaying up to 60 billion colours. You can also connect your plasma TV to your PC as most of these wide screen displays have PC inputs. However, the viewing angle of a plasma is limited.
The LCD TV can either be of the flat panel type or the projection type. These TVs deliver high quality pictures without taking much space. LCD has a better viewing angle than plasma and can also support PC inputs.
The CRT television is your best choice if you want to get the best value for money. They can also display realistic colours. The down side is that CRTs take up a lot of space. So if space economy is your top priority you will not buy a CRT.
Do a good research on the different options of TV available to you before making the buy. An investment in a good wide screen TV will surely give you the home theater experience.
One great idea is to visit an online store like Amazon. Online stores are great platforms for comparing prices and securing great deals. In Amazon for example you can compare the features of different gadgets before you buy. You can also read product reviews from visitors whom have used the product you intend to buy.
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