LCD TVs have been around for quite some time, but their technology is fairly young when it comes to being applied to flat panel screens. They are most notable for their thinness, but beyond that, they are capable of providing better image and sound quality than conventional CRT televisions. When combined with multisystem technology, the LCD TV further enhances your viewing experience and make your home entertainment system more enjoyable. A multisystem TV can display all types of video systems from around the world, including Secam and PAL, making this type of LCD TV is ideal for international customers.
There are many other benefits to using a multisystem LCD TV. The display is brighter as a result of the TV using pixels to display images. Unlike CRT monitors, LCDs do not rely on the special paths that project the image to the screen, resulting in a flicker-free performance and a seamless viewing experience. Once the pixels are on, they stay on (unlike the rays of light that constantly move in a CRT TV). Multisystem LCD TVs have better resolution and are capable of displaying videos in high definition due to the number of pixels on the screen. The minimum resolution of an HDTV is 720p, but most LCD TVs come with a resolution of 1080p.
Another advantage of a multisystem LCD TV is the lower power consumption and a cooler running temperature. These features may contribute to the reduction of your electricity bill and prolong the life of the TV. You can expect the multisystem LCD TV to serve you for many years. High-quality LCD TVs have a half life of 30,000 to 60,000 hours. ‘Half life’ indicates less brightness on the screen once the TV has reached those hours, but it will still provide a fairly good quality image. If you watch TV for six hours a day, image quality degradation may not happen for 16 years.