Some say that a lot of wealthy people don’t watch TV, well, I highly doubt that, everybody always have time to indulge themselves into the boob tube. And in span of time, the television invented by Philo Farnsworth and Charles Francis Jenkins have gained not just popularity but development as well.
By definition, the television, colloquially known as TV is a telecommunication medium that is used for transmitting and receiving moving images and sound. Television can also refer to images that are monochrome (black-and-white) or color, or images with or without accompanying sound in a broader sense. Television may also be known specifically to a television set, television program, or television transmission.
Fast forwarding time, by the year 2013, 87% of televisions sold had color LCD screens from being black and white without sound when it is being first introduced to public.
Broadcast television is the most common usage of television, which is modeled on the radio broadcasting systems developed in the 1920s. Broadcast television uses high-powered radio-frequency transmitters to broadcast the television signal to individual television receivers. Broadcast television programs were generally transmitted as an analog television signal until the millennium, but over the course of the decade following several countries went almost exclusively digital. In addition to over-the-air transmission, television signals are also distributed by cable and satellite systems.
A standard television set comprises multiple internal electronic circuits, including circuits for receiving and decoding broadcast signals. A visual display device which lacks a tuner is properly called a video monitor, rather than a television. A television system may use different technical standards such as digital television (DTV) and high-definition television (HDTV). Television systems are also used for surveillance, industrial process control, and guiding of weapons, in places where direct observation is difficult or dangerous.
At present times, a lot of TV innovators have developed a new breed of television. They changed the way people watch TV programs, cable transmission, internet TV and even having their own home theater.
Introducing the latest on TV innovation, Samsung announced three new UHD televisions on June of 2014, including two curved sets and a monstrous $10,000 addition to its HU8550 series. You read it right folks, curved TV is in the market now.
The new TV is the largest set in Samsung's HU8550 lineup at a whopping 85 inches, though 110 inches is the company's largest UHD TV. The television will sell for $10,000 when it becomes available later this month.
The two new curved sets — part of Samsung's new HU7250 lineup — come in more manageable 55- and 65-inch varieties, and will retail for $2,200 and $3,300, respectively, when they hit stores in August 2014. The new curved offerings are powered by a quad-core processor, and include Samsung's UHD Dimming feature, which adjusts the display's brightness and contrast. They also have the ability to display content from four different sources onscreen, simultaneously.
Finally, Samsung announced its new HU6950 series, new flat screens meant to be more affordable UHD TV offerings. The sets come with some of the same features as Samsung's flagships, including UHD Dimming, UHD Upscaling and multiscreen capabilities. The HU6950 lineup come in 40-, 50- and 55-inch options, and will cost between $1,000 and $2,000.
Now that’s what you call entertainment! ;-) On your own living room. Pricey though if you think of it, but surely it’s worth the experience.