It’s funny to think how much my six year old daughter knows about technology that I didn’t obtain until college. I can only imagine how behind it makes my father feel. That being said, we completely understand being “behind with the times” and are willing to do what we can to help! What do you do when your parent or grandparent asks you to come over to help them install their new TV but you can’t make it over in a timely manner? You call Precision TV Repair! We are more than happy to go to their house, un-box and assemble their new tv, install and program it , hook up all their desired components and even give them some training on basic operation of their new equipment! After it is all said and done, we will even dispose of your TV for you so you don’t have to. We recycle LCD, LED & Plasma televisions and often times can pay up to $50 for them depending on the size, age, and brand. Do you have an tv that just stopped working, won’t power on, or the screen flashes, call us or visit our website today we will repair your tv for a fraction of the cost of a new tv.
Some other services that we offer are:
Installation, set up, and programming
Hook up all desired components
Basic Training on equipment
Electronic diagnosis and repair
Hook up surround sound speakers and position them for best sound quality.
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If you’re a sports fanatic, then it is highly likely that you already are aware that the type of TV on which you watch your game makes a huge difference to your viewing experience. You need a television that’s worthy of your team’s triumphs, so I’m going to give you some handy tips to help you choose the best TV for watching sports.
Sports on TV: Size Does Matter
Before going into all the specs and features you’ll need to look at when buying a new TV for watching sports, you’ll definitely want to consider buying the biggest TV you can afford. More than any other feature, a bigger screen size will give you much more bang for your buck. Make sure you choose a screen that fits your wall space, and budget, of course, but believe me, your big game will never be bigger than with a huge screen mounted on the wall. I would recommend something in the 55-inch range – minimum!
Choose Fast Refresh Rate
Nobody wants to watch a blurry quarterback on television, so your television’s refresh rate is a really big deal when it comes to the fast action of sports. This spec refers to the number of times per second that a video screen is updated, with a higher number yielding a smoother, more natural-looking motion.
You’ve likely seen televisions advertised with 60, 120 or 240Hz mentioned in the marketing material. Those numbers refer to how many times per second that particular TV can update an image. So, as you can imagine, you will want to pick up a TV with the highest refresh rate.
4K is the newest TV format, and it totally rocks. 4K (also called UHD or Ultra HD) offers millions more pixels (the little itty bitty things on the TV screen that produce the picture), and therefore lots more sharpness, color and HD, than the next best TV tech, which is 1080p, but for right now, all you need to know is that in total, a 4K TV has about 8 million pixels on the screen, or about four times as many as the next guy. So, if you are looking for the ultimate in image quality, then 4K is the way to go.
HDR for Sports
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. Basically, it means better contrast, greater brightness levels and a wider color palette for you to experience when watching sports at home. And, contrast is one of the most important factors in how good a TV picture looks and it’s a key part of what makes an HDR TV. It refers to the difference between light and dark. The greater the difference, the greater the contrast.
Okay, so you have OLED TVs and LED TVs, and the difference is actually a lot more complicated than just an extra letter in the name. Traditional LCD TVs use florescent backlights to light a screen, LED TVs use smaller, more energy-efficient LEDs. While LED screens produce great color, the brightness of the lights can also wash out blacks on the screen.
OLED TVs have elements that generate their own light and don’t require an extra lighting source. Their screens can produce vibrant colors by drawing on electrical current, and don’t need active current at all to produce a true black color. This means thinner sets, better blacks, and lower energy consumption.
So what TV to choose for Sports?
If I could have any TV I wanted for watching sports, I would definitely look for a 4K OLED HDR television (55 inches minimum!) that fits into my budget. And, as 4K is now pretty much becoming the standard, and after you find the perfect set, then cook up some nachos, invite some buddies over, and really enjoy the game the way it was meant to be enjoyed. Cheers!
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How much power does my TV consume? Does it make a what factors take toll in this size, type, settings?
These are all questions I was wondering so I took the initiative and researched it to write a blog for others wondering the same thing. Fortunately all TVs since 2011 are required to have a yellow and black Energy Consumption sticker indicating their annual estimated consumption. The average consumption turned out to be substantially lower than I thought it was going to be. In fact the monthly average cost is typically never more than the price of an average lunch. Ranging anywhere from $5 for a 19 inch to $38 for a 65 inch per year!! These consumption numbers are based off of the standard $.11/kWh and average usage of 5 hours a day. They also figure it with you the Manufacturer’s factory display setting. These almost always get adjusted once the TV is brought into a home.
Another big factor in energy consumption is the type of TV you have. Plasma tends to consume substantially more than LED and LCD TVs. The fact that they put energy consumption stickers on TVs tells me it was a legitimate concern in the past. At the rate things are going. This is not going to be a concern for anyone in the future. Energy consumption appears to only be getting more efficient with our electronics. For more information contact us at 919-342-0308 .
Precision TV Repair
If you have attempted to move your TV and have broken the coaxial/antenna connection or suddenly have a piece of metal lying in your hand? (that cable connector thing!) Precision TV Repair can help. Want your TV working again quick? No problem! This type of repair can typically be completed on the same day as long as no additional parts are required.
This repair is a fraction of the cost of a new TV; however, it does require some advanced soldering techniques and should be done by a qualified electrical bench technician. Contact us today 919-342-0308
The most frequently asked question TV Repair services.
Every single day, some times few times through the day, we get the same question : How much is it to get Cracked flat screen TV repaired?
We answered this question quite few times and we still get the same question, like I said, quite few times every day.
First of all, flat panel screens are NOT repairable, once it cracked - it need to be replaced, noting could be done, just replacement.
How much? The replacement price could be found in two ways:
you can bring it the repair shop and they will tell you the price ( but they may charge you for that),
or you can call the manufacture with your TV info, you may need to get that number from inside, and ask them for the price.
In most cases, it is not worth it. Once the screen is cracked, you may need to start thinking about the new TV. If you still have a questions, you can call us : 918-2640116, or check our web: www.tulsatvrepair.biz !
LG’s sprawling CES booth was a visual feast, outfitted with dozens of dazzling digital displays. Among the multitude of screens we found confirmation that 8K resolution has officially arrived, as we got up-close with two different market-ready LG 8K TVs.
The LG OLED Z9 8K TV is, as its name implies, and sporting the new resolution. Built as if answering a challenge to create the best TV possible with today’s technology, the Z9 OLED pushes boundaries that the company had yet to explore. In addition to being their first 8K OLED TV, the LG Z9 is also the brand’s largest OLED TV, measuring in at a whopping 88 inches—eleven inches larger than any previous model. The tremendous display is powered by a second-gen Alpha 9 smart image processor and ThinQ Ai, which utilize deep learning algorithms to intelligently analyze and upscale content to create a visually-optimized end product. So while 8K content is likely a long way away, whatever you do watch on the Z9 8K TV will look better than on a 4K TV. A video doesn’t do it justice, but we can vouch for the image quality. It’s probably the best display we’ve ever seen. The Z9 OLED is rounded out with full Alexa and Google Assistant integration, and is both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos compatible.
If you’re hoping to jump on the large-screen 8K TV train, but OLED is just a little outside of your budget, the LG SM99 LED TV is the next best thing. This set features the same intelligent processing system and 8K resolution in an LED display, and is the first model to wear the new name for LG’s premium LED TV lineup: NanoCell TV. The TVs in this lineup leverage LG’s nano particle technology for improved color accuracy, viewing angles and ultra-narrow bezels.
source sited https://blog.abt.com/2019/01/ces-2019-lg-8k-tvs
The result is remarkably dark blacks in an image, and when you combine this with the brightness of the whites an OLED panel is able to produce you're left with a fantastically vibrant image.
LG and Panasonic, pretty much the most consistent producers of OLED televisions on the planet, like to use the term "infinite contrast" to describe how the self-lighting pixels switch off completely when reproducing black giving it an "absolute" black color instead of a "relative" black that only describes how dark one pixel can get compared to the brightest pixel on the screen.
For years there was a question mark about longevity of OLED panels, while production lines have been impossible to make profitable due to high failure rates. But as companies like LG have invested huge quantities of money in the technology – with the likes of Philips and Sony joining the fray – its affordability has gotten better, although it's still much more expensive than competing technologies.
The advantages of OLED go beyond simple static image quality to the responsiveness and smoothness of the display itself, meaning gamers and home cinema aficionados are going to absolutely love OLED. It's capable of a refresh rate of as low as 0.001ms, which for reference, is around 1,000 times faster than a standard LED-backlit LCD panel, while also being superior to the now-discontinued plasma tech, too.
And, because the lighting source they use is so tiny, the depth of screen sizes has shrunk at the same rate. That means OLED TVs have awesomely deep blacks and bright, peak whites, improved color accuracy as well as smooth responsive motion - and all from a form factor that's just a few millimetres in depth and much lighter than standard TVs.
Big-screen TVs and other products you buy that may get more expensive because of a possible trade war with China
Why tariffs are a risk to the consumer economy: Fmr. Saks CEO 12:09 PM ET Wed, 4 April 2018 | 02:29Prices for big-screen televisions and some household appliances could go up significantly if the Trump administration's proposed tariffs on Chinese imports are enacted.
"On a $4,000 TV ... the tariffs might have a several-hundred-dollar price impact," said David French, senior vice president for government relations at the National Retail Federation, an advocacy group.
"We're still assessing the list," French said. "There is machinery involved in consumer goods. ... There are chemicals listed that we believe are components of cosmetics and toiletries."
The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative proposed late Tuesday an additional 25 percent tariff on an extensive list of Chinese imports, valued at $50 billion for the year and ranging from aircraft parts to vaccines. A public hearing on the list is scheduled for May 15, and filing requests to appear and comment are due April 23.
Here are some of the consumer-related goods that appeared on the list:
But he and other analysts pointed out that for a U.S. economy roughly $18 trillion in size, 25 percent tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese imports will have a relatively small effect overall on consumer prices.
For example, it is not clear the extent to which tariffs would affect imports of dishwashers.
Chinese manufacturer Haier, which acquired GE Appliances in 2016, "only imports a very small number of niche dishwashers designed for small spaces," spokesperson Kim Freeman said in an email to CNBC. "We make about 95 percent of our dishwashers in the U.S. in Louisville, Kentucky."
"At this point we are not sure what the impact on consumers will be," Freeman said.
The National Retail Federation estimates that access to imported goods through free trade agreements boosts the purchasing power of the average American family by $18,000 a year.
"It's going to be very difficult for the retailer to manage their supply chain in order to handle these tariffs," French said. "Consumers may be price sensitive enough that they may slow their holiday purchases. These may be 'Grinch' tariffs."
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