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Your Guide to a free HDTV
Fancy a free HDTV? Live in the UK or US? You have come here because you are interested in getting cool stuff without paying the hefty price tags associated with them, so don't write this off, or you will miss out on genuine free stuff, spend a little time reading around the site, look at the evidence and explanation, trust me you'll be very suprised!
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So how do these free offers work? It's straightforward. You click a link featured here and sign up for free with one of the free gift networks who are offering the item as my referral. The network will offer you the free gift if you complete one of their offers and can get a set number of people to sign up to the site and complete one of their offers as your referral. These offers are numerous and there is usually one where a free trial can be taken and hence will not cost anything. Getting a person to do this is called a referral. When you have the required number of referals you are elligable to claim your gift. The great part is, the number of referals needed is very low, for instance a Playstation 3 can be claimed for 10 referrals.
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The rise in popularity of large screens and projectors has made the limitations of conventional Standard Definition TV (SDTV) increasingly evident. An HDTV compatible television set will not improve the quality of SDTV channels. In order to get a better picture, HDTV televisions require a High Definition (HD) signal. The can be in the form of a HD satelite or cable signal, from a next generation gaming consoles such as a PS3 or Xbox 360 or from a DVD player that can play Blu Ray movies or HDDVD's. You could use your Free HDTV to play movies or games on your newly aquired Free PS3.
HDTV performance stats fall into 3 catagories.
The number of lines in the vertical display resolution.
The scanning system: progressive scanning (p) or interlaced scanning (i). Progressive scanning redraws an image frame (all of its lines) when refreshing each image. Interlaced scanning redraws the image field (every second line) per each image refresh operation, and then redraws the remaining lines during a second refreshing. Interlaced scanning yields greater image resolution using a narrower bandwidth, but suffers flicker and artifacts.
The number of frames per second or fields per second.
The current standard resolutions for HD signals are 720i, 720p, 1080i and 1080p
LCD TV or Plasma TV
LCD and plasma screens have more pixels per square inch than a SDTV, meaning you get a sharper image or higher definition. They are becoming more and more poular because LCD and plasma TVs are sleek and slim, easily mounted on a wall or fitted snug against the side of your living room.
How does an LCD TV work?
LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display. A network of hundreds of thousands of tiny LCD pixels sits behind the TV screen. Behind these pixels is a fluorescent white backlight. When the light hits the pixels, an electric current controlled by TFT's determines what colour appears on the screen, and the millions of tiny light variations make up the image that you see on your TV.
How does a plasma TV work?
Plasma screens are made of two sheets of glass, between which
plasma (xenon and neon gas) fills thousands of tiny chambers.
Behind each chamber are a series of red, blue and green phosphors.
When electricity hits the plasma chambers, they emit invisible
UV light, which then hits one of the coloured phosphors. This
creates a visible image on the screen.
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