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TV Panel technology consideration is really required?.!!

Whenever a person is going to purchase any LCD TV or monitor,
panel tech need to be consider or not?

TV panel like 'Vertical Alignment' and 'In plane Switching' really plays an important role in tv or it's just a trend going on.

Friends, I would really appreciate, if you guys post your valuable
experience about the same concern?.!!

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Panel consideration is good!!!!!!

Yep! Always consider Panel option in tv, as it matters a lot.

TV without panel provide poor viewing angle and dark images too..

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It's good to consider panel before buying a tv...!

@Qaium098....I am totally agreed!!!

@8mark5...Yeah panel is important as it's used in order to provide the wide viewing angle.

Hence, a tv without panel doesn't work well!!

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Use Your Senses...or Trust the Professional Reviews

While it is good to understand different technologies, it is better to use your senses in judging a TV, or any product that aims to please your senses. A manufacturer can throw in all kinds of technobabble into their marketing speak, and even throw real technology into their products, but that doesn't make what they produce any good. Only your senses can tell you if a product is quality.

Unfortunately, there is a lot standing in your way when using just your senses. The vast majority of retailers do not have a good way for you to compare TV's. You usually cannot adjust them; you have to rely on the way they have them set up, which is normally just the settings the TV had when it was pulled out of the box. So barring a way of testing TV's that are adjusted so that they perform optimally, you need to rely on professional reviews, and from more than one source. Cnet is a starting point, but you should look at other reviews as well. The more detailed the reviews, especially reviews that show scientific test data, the better.

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It is really important to consider tv panel before buying.

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As you said its look like that the two technologies are very different.
Can you share some other differences?

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