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by Danny Briere

eBook HDTV For Dummies epub
  • ISBN: 047009673X
  • Author: Danny Briere
  • Genre: Hobbies
  • Subcategory: Home Improvement & Design
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: For Dummies; 2 edition (January 10, 2007)
  • Pages: 360 pages
  • ePUB size: 1799 kb
  • FB2 size 1112 kb
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Danny Briere founded TeleChoice, In. a nsulting company, in 1985 and now serves as CEO .

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If you love movies, TV, and video games, then you’ve probably thought seriously about investing in a high-definition television set, otherwise known as HDTV.

But before you run to your nearest electronic goods store, you should know what you're investing your hard-earned money in, which TV set is good for you, and other things that will optimize your viewing pleasure. a telecommunications consulting company, in 1985 and now serves as CEO of the company.

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If you love movies, TV, and video games, then you’ve probablythought seriously about investing in a high-definition televisionset, otherwise known as HDTV. But before you run to your nearestelectronic goods store, you should know what you’re investingyour hard-earned money in, which TV set is good for you, and otherthings that will optimize your viewing pleasure.

HDTV for Dummies shows you everything you need to knowabout buying the right equipment, setting it up, and enjoying allthe things you love about TV. It’ll save you tons ofconfusion over this exciting new technology and tell you everythingyou need to know about terms, concepts, and the difference betweenHD and digital. This handy guide gives you the tools you needto:

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Comments: (7)
Before I read this book, I was intimidated by the TV salespeople! By the time I finished the first three chapters, I was able to decipher most of the jargon, and realized that they really did not know a whole lot more than I did. I taught myself many things by reading (cooking, household repairs, wiring, even computers), but I really had my doubts about the HDTV thing. Well, it turns out that things are changing as fast in the TV world as they are in the computer world, and parts of this book are outdated, but that's OK because the author anticipates many of the changing standards and explains many of the improvements that have arrived since the book was written. This is a real buy, because there really isn't anything as comprehensive for the beginner out there now, and the book's price is very reasonable. A tip: buy a "new" copy that hasn't been written in, because you will want to make your own notes in the margins! Read and Learn!
I found this book to be very helpful in hooking up my new HDTV, VCR, Cable box and Tivo. By doing it myself, it saved me quite a bit of money. In addition to hooking everything up, I feel much more informed and understanding of how the whole system works. I actually enjoyed the learning experience and would recommend this book to anyone who simply wants to know how the whole thing works, or who wants to save money by doing it yourself. I do kind of think that someone who has no interest in computers, or anything technical might find the book not to their liking.
The book is primarily designed for consumers interested in finding out more about the hasics of HDTV for a home environment. It was not intended to be a technical discussion on HDTV. It was published before the US switched to the new DTV format from analog broadcasting. With the new broadcast standards, TV sets on sale are basically DTV, but some aspects of the book are still useful, particularly for such considerations as choice of set types, mounting, etc.
Technology is always changing, and whatever it has to take, we all have to accept the times that are really changing. That is said with computers and the way we download music. Most people right now download music to their ipods, rather than go to a music store and listen to great music you can get online. That also is really said with televisions too. In 2009, we all will have to change to televisions with the HD signals, according to the F.C.C. It is also fo consumers to figure out how to upgrade to the new technology. Fortunately, the Dummies people really know how to set the stage for those who need to know the new setup in this delightful book.

HDTV For Dummies 2nd edition, is one of the latest books in the Dummies series, that displays to consumers the odds and ends of HDTV. The book tells you how to bee street smart and consumer smart, when you go out and purchase the latest models in televisions. It also tells you to look out for the specialty tuners like ATSC, and NTSC. It also seperates to consumers the new tuners and televisions like HDTV, as well as digital television which are SDTV, and EDTV. It also neatly displays all the setups when you're hooking televisions to cable, and what kind of model would be the best as a picture, a more popular 16x9 screen, or the traditional 4x3 screen display. The graphs and displays are well-written and display mostly everything you need to know in a beautifully written book.

All in all, if you're shoppinf for a HDTV, you really need to get this book first. HDTV For Dummies is a really great buy for anybody who is electronically challenged, or for anyone who needs help setting up their new lifestyle. When I get ready to buy a new HDTV, I'll know that this is the book that helped me make it all possible. I definitely recommend this as a must buy.

Price: A-

Convience: B

Graphs & Charts: B 1/2-

Overall: B
Good book, but a little out of date.
Comprehensive and covers many aspects of this generation of TVs.
It is very out-of-date.
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