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A top of the range Samsung 3D TV for your TV wall brackets

November 30, 2011
Posted in LCD TV, TV Wall Brackets — Written by Perry

Not very many people have four grand available to splash on an LED-backlit 3D television, but in case you do, here is a review of a model that is sure to impress you.

If you are spending this astronomical sum on one of the latest TV models then you would want to know that your money is being well spent. Well, if you go for the Samsung UE60D8000 then in the design stakes it certainly lives up to the billing.

This TV looks simply amazing, and so it should for £4,000 of anyone’s money, but it is also able to produce incredibly punchy images and comes with a remarkable array of top internet features.

The only negative points to make on such a stunning TV from Samsung’s elite D8000 range is that its backlighting is inconsistent and the 3D experiences a degree of crosstalk (or ghosting of images). The latter is a common issue with the latest in 3D technology and needs to be addressed.

However, apart from these small gripes when this ‘double exposure’ occurs, the latest addition by Samsung is an excellent high-end model. You will find it is supreme in terms of style and is almost perfect for the premium buyer in terms of its pictures.

With a huge screen size of 60” you will need to find TV wall brackets that are up to the job. Make sure you only decide on a TV mount which has been designed for holding these large 3D TVs. You would only wish to place your trust in a support that wouldn’t ever let you down.

Demand for TVs and TV wall brackets set to increase in 2012

November 29, 2011
Posted in TV Wall Brackets, TV industry news — Written by Nathan

We have recently been discussing how the flat screen TV market is currently experiencing a period of growth, as reported by market researchers DisplaySearch.

In analysing these findings, Noh Geun-chang, a senior analyst at Korean securities and financial services provider HMC Securities, has explained how he expects this higher growth rate should hopefully continue into next year.

He said:

“There are two factors that contribute to the jump. We have the London Olympic sports event and the time will come for those who purchased their flat-screen panel TVs in 2004 to go out in the market for an exchange.”

The electronics market should be boosted by a huge event such as this which means that those sports fans who wish to watch the various competitions in full HD will be after a new flat panel TV for their home.

In addition to this, many householders with older models may be thinking it is time for an upgrade, so could also enter the market to buy a new TV.

As you go about checking out the latest flat screen TVs in preparation for your big purchase, don’t forget your TV wall brackets. These accessories are also increasing in popularity and are now the preferred method of placing a TV set.

With TV wall brackets you can mount your LCD or plasma TV flat against the wall, or choose a pull out type that gives you more movement and flexibility. You can select your TV mount according to the screen size of the television you finally go for.

Global flat panel TV sales on the rise in latest TV brackets news

November 28, 2011
Posted in TV industry news — Written by Tina

A recent report by a leading market research and consulting firm has revealed that the sales of flat screen TVs is greater than at the same point last year, with this set to continue as we approach the festive season.

A total of 55.68 million plasma and liquid-crystal displays were sold across the world between July and September of this year. This is 10 per cent up on the figures for the same period in 2010, so it shows that sales are still very much on the rise.

The report showed that Korean electronics brands Samsung and LG are currently leading their Japanese rivals in terms of units sold during the third quarter of 2011, with Sony trailing behind.

When it came to light-emitting diode products, the two Korean manufacturers also outperformed the competition in terms of market share.

It was also found that 6.85 million 3D TV units were sold during the third quarter, a rise of 40 per cent on the previous quarter’s results. Although the latest technology is going well, it still only accounts for 12 per cent of the global television market –with Samsung and LG again coming out tops with the lion’s share of the market.

If you are hoping to buy a new flat panel TV this Christmas then there is certainly plenty of choice out there. Be careful though when it comes to mounting your new purchase as you also need to give high consideration to the TV brackets you finally opt for.

Should I get a 3D TV now for my TV wall brackets?

November 27, 2011
Posted in LCD TV, TV Wall Brackets — Written by Nathan

If you are in the market for a new flat panel TV for your living room or bedroom, you may have been tempted by 3DTV which has been touted as the ‘next big thing’.

With the price of these 3D televisions still at the high end of the scale when it comes to HD technology, now might not be the ideal time to invest in one, unless you can afford this privilege.

However, as you factor in the cost of 3D glasses to go with this brand new set, you have to ask yourself whether it is all worth it, especially if you have a family of avid TV viewers to satisfy. Remember, every viewer needs to have their own pair to be able to partake in the 3D experience.

Many people over here and in the US are still unsure as to whether the latest 3DTV models from the likes of LG, Panasonic, Sony and Samsung are worth the additional expense, when HD itself is able to provide an amazing home cinema experience in itself.

Another thing to bear in mind with 3D is that you will also need to have a player capable of processing 3D images and the content to play as well. So as long as you are aware of all this, you can make a decision based on your budget and need for this new technology.

Whether you decide to go ahead with your 3DTV purchase, or go for a standard HD model instead, you really need to ensure you get the right TV wall brackets to go with this purchase so it can be mounted onto the wall.

The future for television channels and TV wall brackets

November 26, 2011
Posted in TV Wall Brackets — Written by Perry

The TV broadcasting industry in the US and other major markets is going through a time of experimentation at the moment. With new ways of delivering TV channels coming up all the time as the use of the internet continues to expand.

As well as the regular TV content, video streaming and pay-per-view services which are available, there is now TV on demand too. This is really taking off as it allows people to go back and watch episodes of their favourite TV shows from their TV screen or computer monitor.

Sky and Virgin Media in the UK are continuing to bring out services for their subscribers that let them watch their channels on tablet computers as well as the TV itself.

Add to this the fact that Apple is considering entering the market too as the company’s founder Steve Jobs admitted that integrated TV was one of the things they were looking at before he passed away.

Whatever becomes of these new ways to watch television content, you can be sure that while other devices like smartphones and tablet PCs will continue to be included in any of these services, the best medium for getting the best overall experience is watching it on a TV.

TV wall brackets will still be around to mount your flat screen television so you can enjoy these new internet-based services from the comfort of your armchair. While other things are changing around it, the TV and accompanying TV wall mounts remain a constant.

Cable or internet TV, you still need TV brackets

November 25, 2011
Posted in TV Brackets — Written by Nathan

With the news that a leading electronics company like Sony is contemplating venturing into internet TV, this might give consumers more choice when it comes to what they watch.

Cable and satellite broadcasters in the United States are braced for this new service from Sony, although it is only in its early stages of development. Those in the broadcasting industry are waiting to see what will happen.

As far as consumers of Sony products like TVs and PlayStation 3s are concerned, this just gives them more options in terms of entertainment.

Richard Broughton, head of broadband media at researchers Screen Digest, has spoken about the advantages Sony may have over its competitors in the industry. He said:

“Cable companies have to be careful about not annoying their existing customers, whereas device manufacturers can put new services on new devices and test things in the market in a way that a cable or satellite company cannot.”

Despite this, the electronics giant still has a number of challenges ahead with regards to gathering a catalogue of TV channels that would entice customers enough so that they would be open to paying for it. Mr Broughton goes on to say that it is unlikely they will discard their satellite or cable provider for this new service.

So even if this does end up taking off, it seems like the televisions will not be changing drastically in the near future. 3D TV is around, but you will still have to mount the unit on devices like TV brackets to enjoy your TV viewing experience.

Sony’s plan for online television and TV brackets

November 24, 2011
Posted in TV industry news — Written by Perry

Japanese electronics firm Sony has revealed it is currently looking at how it can change the way people watch television. Its bold new move is aimed at competing with American satellite and cable companies for a share of the market.

While this news might not affect those in the UK just yet, it remains to be seen how this will change the TV-viewing landscape.

Sony is not working on technologies to replace the current mode of watching television, so those with devices mounted on TV brackets needn’t worry about that as this is all to do with the services offered to consumers.

They are hoping to provide TV channels direct to their PlayStation 3 video game consoles as well as the Blu-ray players made by the firm. The television sets are also a target for this new internet TV service which will be available to those consumers who purchase its products.

The fact that over 18 million American homes contain their mid and high-end TVs and PS3 consoles which are all internet-enabled devices means that by adding these TV channels to their output there is already a market out there.

At the moment Sony already provides a film rental service, so this would take things to a whole new level.

A number of the leading US broadcasters such as News Corporation (owner of Fox), Discovery Communications and NBC Universal have already been approached by the company to produce the content for these channels.

We’ll just have to wait and see what unfolds from these talks and whether cable and satellite TV will indeed soon be welcoming a new competitor to the fold.

Choosing TV wall brackets for your bedroom

November 23, 2011
Posted in TV Wall Brackets — Written by Tina

TV wall brackets are accessories that are not only useful in the living room of a home, but also come in handy within the bedroom as well. This is because the room where you sleep is often less spacious than the other more sociable room.

It is also true that the bedroom generally contains a number of larger, but important furniture items, such as the bed, dressing table, wardrobe and other storage solutions.

This means that you really have to think carefully about where you will put your flat panel television. Depending on the size of screen you have opted for, it might not be convenient to place it on the TV stand provided with the TV.

Whether you have gone for an adequate 26” screen for this room or have gone for the bigger option with a 32”, where you position this display is not only going to affect the enjoyment you get out of it, but also your health.

There is no point in getting a modern TV and find you only have room to put it on a chest of drawers quite a way from your bed or the chair where you are planning to watch it from. You might find you are straining to see the screen and this might hurt your neck, back or other part of your body.

Therefore, selecting TV wall brackets for your bedroom is something that requires a lot of consideration as you can get fixed TV mounts to keep it at a particular angle or cantilever brackets which make good use of corner space.

Samsung and LG leading way in flat panel TVs for TV brackets

November 22, 2011
Posted in TV industry news — Written by Perry

It has been reported this week that the two Korean electronics giants LG and Samsung have overtaken their Japanese rivals in terms of global flat-panel TV sales for the third quarter of 2011.

There is always fierce competition between the leading brands in consumer electronics and so the results from market research company DisplaySearch putting Samsung and LG ahead of rivals to take the number one and number two spots respectively serves as a blow to the likes of Panasonic and Sony.

When it comes to television making there is always going to be newer and better models being released all the time. It looks like LG and Samsung may have stolen a march for the time being, but in the lead up to Christmas it can all change.

During the period in question, Samsung are said to have a 19 per cent share of flat screen TV units sold, with LG taking 12 per cent of the overall market.

According to senior analyst at HMC Securities, Noh Geun-chang, the current results can be put down to a number of contributing factors. He said:

“Because the Japanese TV set makers, such as Sony and Panasonic, are going through restructuring, the Korean companies will be likely to widen their share in the global market in terms of sales figures.”

When looking to get a TV to mount on the wall using TV brackets this Christmas, you may wish to consider the top selling models from the big brands such as LG and Samsung.

TVs on TV brackets allow you to enjoy music as well as movies

November 21, 2011
Posted in TV Brackets — Written by Tina

When most people think about buying a modern television set, it is taken for granted that they are primarily doing so to watch visual content such as TV shows and films.

This is understandable as the television is usually seen as a visual medium with which you can show the best images and display all kinds of colours in full high definition. However, there is certainly more to it than just offering a delight for the eyes.

Depending on the technology built in to your TV, you can enjoy a crisp sound quality as well. It is certainly worth investing in a surround sound or home cinema (which comes with speakers) system to really get the most out of what you hear.

By mounting your television on the wall using fixed or adjustable TV brackets, you can ensure that you have got the display right in terms of the best viewing angle. When it comes to the sound, you can also mount the speakers using the mounts which are now available to buy online.

Check the instructions which came with the speakers and subwoofer to determine the right way to position this equipment in order to get the desired effect from the technology.

Once you have done that, not only can you enjoy films which make it seem as if you are in the thick of the action as well, but also listen to music on the radio or dedicated music channels like MTV and experience the ultimate in sound quality.

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