HDTV Makers To Dealers: 10% Max Discount

This doesn’t surprise me at all, as more and more retailers and dealers have been trying to capture the consumer’s eyes. Plan A is the obvious way to beat these deals–Amazon has been a fantastic place to buy a TV, especially if you live in a region where you don’t get sales taxed on your purchase. That’s a hefty savings […]

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Panasonic TC-P50ST30 3D-Capable Plasma TV Reviewed

Panasonic ST30

HD Guru got their hands on a Panasonic ST30 plasma and have already put up a review on it. The ST30 seems to offer a compelling value for the more budget-minded 3D-capable display shopper. It appears the display can be calibrated to be fairly accurate and produces a pretty low minimum luminance of .008 ftL (foot-Lamberts). One feature you won’t […]

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CEA Releases RFP to Standardize Active Shutter 3D Glasses

To date, most implementations of active shutter 3D glasses technology have been incompatible with each other. With the release of its new Request For Proposal (RFP), the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) intends to standardize infrared (IR) physical and protocol layers to allow any manufacturer’s IR-based active shutter glasses to work on any display. While this is a good start, the […]

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Understanding HDTV Aspect Ratio

This question is frequently asked, and it’s referring to the black bars you see on top and bottom of movies on your widescreen TV. Well here’s a good guide on just why they exist and how it actually is a good thing as it lets you see the whole picture. Not that big of a deal, right? Barely noticeable bars. […]

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Samsung PN58C6400 Plasma HDTV

Here’s a review of a Samsung display, and quoted within is our very own Aaron, Andrew & Mikinho! Great review as always, although I think the focus on power consumption is blown a bit out of proportion since it varies so much depending on your settings and what you’re watching. Well worth a read nonetheless. The Samsung PN58C6400 is a […]

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