Television Stores Barre VT

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Trans Video Cable Television
(802) 485-3811
56 Depot Sq
Northfield, VT
Montpelier Satellite Sales Direct
(802) 552-4295
85 Main St
Montpelier, VT
Benoit Electric Incorporated
(802) 229-1955
254 Industrial Ln
Barre, VT
Bouchard Pierce
(802) 476-6644
61 N Main St
Barre, VT
Satellite Services of Barre
(802) 479-7333
247 Partridge Rd
Barre, VT
Barre Providers-Satellite TV
(802) 461-4067
100 North Main Street
Barre, VT
Bates & Murray Incorporated
(802) 479-1066
338 E Montpelier Rd
Barre, VT
Morel Electronics
(802) 479-0811
309 Barre Montpelier Rd
Barre, VT
(802) 479-3631
347 N Main St
Barre, VT
East Coast Electronics
(802) 888-1450
85 Portland St
Barre, VT

Televisions - Living Room Appliances

Your guide to the latest TV models

We've all heard the nicknames for televisions – idiot box and boob tube, just to name a few. But the TV is probably one of the most important elements of modern life. It not only entertains us; it keeps us connected to the outside world and informs us of news and events happening around us. No matter what you like to call it, you've probably got a television, and likely more than one. Like it or not, no American home is complete without a TV.

CRT vs. HD, LCD, and Plasma TVs

Since TVs are so important, choosing one is especially so. A TV is an expensive appliance, so you want yours to last as long as possible. These days, the traditional cathode-ray tube (CRT) TV is on its way out and plasma, high-definition (HD) and liquid crystal display (LCD) televisions are the trend. Which kind you get depends on what sort of price range you're looking at and what sort of entertainment media you'll be watching on your TV.

When you choose a television, you need to think about the screen size, which will largely depend on which room and what purpose the TV is for. A TV in the bedroom shouldn't be huge, but a home theater should obviously have a big screen TV.

Cost is also a major consideration. A CRT TV is your cheapest option, and these TVs come in all different sizes and shapes. You can even get a flat screen TV in a CRT option, although this takes up a lot of space in a bigger model.

Consider a plasma, HD or LCD TV if you're looking for a contemporary, high-tech model that takes up little space.

High definition or HD TVs are just that – they deliver a high-definition picture that's clear and crisp, along with excellent sound. However, unless the TV has a built-in tuner, you'll have to buy an HD tuner in order to view the picture properly.

Plasma TVs are made of cells that light passes through in order to give you the picture. An LCD TV is made of two screens essentially "glued" together to contain the liquid crystals, whi...

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