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Vizio XVT323SV / Vizio XVT373SV Exclusive TweakTV Settings off of Professional Calibration E-mail
News
Friday, 14 May 2010

vizio vp505xvt.jpgThe Vizio XVT323SV and XVT373SV series have not hit the street yet, but TweakTV already has the exclusive suggested settings for these panels (picture displayed is earlier model).   We can expect to see these new panels on store shelves within the next month.

Vizio XVT323SV - Vizio XVT373SV

Last Updated ( Friday, 14 May 2010 )
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Sharp 810UN, LG LH85, Vizio XVT373SV Series Settings off of Professional Home Calibration E-mail
Tutorials
Friday, 14 May 2010

lc-40le810un.jpgMay, 2010 signifies a record month for TweakTV with our home cablibration business.   You can sign up for your own personal in home calibration with our national network of TweakTV professional calibrators.   Costs range from $350 and up depending on TV type and necessary travel.  Sign up for a personal in home calibration here.  

Sharp LC-40LE810UN - Sharp LC-46LE810UN - Sharp LC-52LE810UN - LG 55LH85 - LG 47LH85 - Vizio XVT323SV - Vizio XVT373SV

Last Updated ( Friday, 14 May 2010 )
 
3D CONSUMER ELECTRONIC’S BIG PUSH FOR 2010: TO BUY OR NOT TO BUY ? THAT IS THE QUESTION. E-mail
Blog
Thursday, 22 April 2010

3dtvimage.jpgWith the advent of “Avatar” in glorious 3D this past fall, it seems 3D has gone beyond the big silver screen, and landed squarely in your living room.  

3D has been around since the 1950s, but in years past it has not been that compelling in terms of picture quality and a true 3-dimensional viewing experience. Rather, it has been associated with headaches and nausea at least up until very recently. I am as skeptical about 3D as anyone especially when it comes to the experience on relatively small screens in the home. I have to admit though that “Avatar” was a visually engrossing film if not intellectually enticing. Cameron’s use of the 3D technology was inventive and “laid back” as opposed to “in your face”. Rather than ducking from projectiles flying directly at you, the effect was subtle, and worked really well as a visual experience. 


Last Updated ( Thursday, 22 April 2010 )
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