||An aspect ratio is the width in which a film or television programme is filmed. The greater the range of aspect ratios the Television offers, the greater your chances of seeing your desired programme at its full width.
||The manufacturer of the Television
||The level of brightness of images produced by the Television.
||The disparity, in terms of light intensity, between the brightest and darkest images which can be generated through the Television. The greater the contrast, the clearer the picture generated.
||Liquid Crystal Display. This display allows for an even narrower TV.
||The individual model name and number of the Television
||D-sub 15-pin Input, DVI 24-pin Digital Input, Fitted Video Board, Optional Detachable Speakers
||Interesting additional features of the Television.
||The number of pixels (small digital dots which when amalgmated constitute an image) which the Television can accomodate on its screen. The more pixels, the clearer the image.
||This feature can facilitate the transfer of composite video images to a flat panel TV, normally through a SCART lead.
||The total amount of SCART sockets with which this Television is equipped.
||The measurement of the TV screen, taken in inches.
||An input of consistent performance and digital quality. Please endeavour to ensure that this comes as part of what you intend to plug into your Television.
||A digital tuner which can access freeview channels. Comes in internal or external varieties.