Televisions and Projectors

Microdisplay Rear-Projection


Available Sizes: 42"- 82"

Advantages:

Sharp image quality - LCD Rear-Projection TVs are razor sharp from corner to corner.
Weight - Except for the largest sizes, microdisplays can be easily lifted by two people.
Brightness - These TVs remain easy to see in the brightest viewing conditions.

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Flat Panel TVs


Available sizes: 10" - 76"

There's no fighting it; the world is going flat. Thin display technology is growing in popularity on a daily basis, and flat panel has the potential to someday replace nearly every TV technology entirely.

The Direct-View TV (Tube)


Available Sizes:Sizes 9" - 40"

Advantages:

The image quality is excellent - in many ways superior to other newer technologies.
The prices are affordable - Many tube sets cost way less than flat panel competitors.
Familiar technology - Who hasn't owned a tube TV at one point or another?
Excellent Viewing Angles - You can see the image from nearly any angle.

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CRT Rear-Projection


Available sizes: 42"-73"

Advantages:

Excellent image quality - in many ways superior to the even the newest technologies.
Black level - CRT rear-projection produces the most rich and subtle blacks of any other TV type to date.
Value - Even the best CRT projection displays are less expensive than the worst quality alternatives.

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LCD Rear-Projection


Available sizes: 42"-70"

Advantages:

Ultra sharp image - Due to the large pixel gap, these displays can look extremely sharp at the right distance.
No rainbow effect - Unlike DLP, there is no possibility for a rainbow effect.

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