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This forum is geared towards fine-tuning your Sony television settings. If you have troubles or just simple questions about optimizing your picture, check out this forum. Feel free to add your suggestions to the manuals.

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by JohnHassen » Fri Oct 26, 2012 1:24 am

Hello Community,

A liquid crystal display (LCD) television comes with several different types of jacks for connecting audio-video components, including a videocassette recorder (VCR). Hooking up a VCR requires two sets of composite AV cables to send a signal for recording to the VCR and for playback from the VCR back to the LCD TV. The cables are color-coded yellow, white and red for simplified connections that should take only a few minutes. Dead pixels can be an eyesore blotting your LCD television screen. Dead pixels are points on your
screen, that remain
the same color no matter what the color is supposed to be. LCD (liquid crystal display) screens use a liquid in conjunction with back lighting to display images on your monitor. The amount of liquid varies, allowing different amounts of light through, which creates the different colors. Dead pixels are often pixels with uneven or no liquid behind them that get stuck in a certain position. There are many LCD TV (liquid crystal display television) brands, and all are known to have flaws. Some brands are better than others because, they are made with longer lasting components. The
life span
of an LCD depends on the quality of the interior lighting components. Life expectancy of televisions used to be around 10 years, but depending on daily usage and monitor settings they can last up to 50 years.

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