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Understanding Your HDTV

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About this Lesson

  • Type: Video Tutorial
  • Length: 12:12
  • Media: Video/mp4
  • Use: Watch Online & Download
  • Access Period: Unrestricted
  • Download: MP4
  • Size: 45 MB
  • Posted: 07/09/2009

This lesson is part of the following series:

How to Set Up Your Home Entertainment Center (4 lessons, $2.97)

This lesson is the first in a series I'm calling "How to Set Up Your Home Entertainment Center." If you are (a) considering the purchase of an HDTV; and/or (b) utterly befuddled as to what terms like 720p, 1080p, or HDMI mean, then this video is for you.

The objectives for the lesson "Understanding Your HDTV" are as follows:

* Learn the relevant HDTV terminology
* Pick up useful HDTV shopping & buying advice
* Master the HDTV's rear panel

I hope you enjoy my lessons! If you have any suggestions for future content, please contact me at tim@tswarnerconsulting.com. Thanks!

About this Author

Tim_Warner
Tim_Warner
4 lessons
Joined:
05/27/2009

Recent Reviews

Nopic_grn
HDTV
10/05/2010
~ wlenhares

He has a perfect voice for speaking. Spoke at a good rate for my understanding. Reviewed each point. W. Lenhares

Nopic_grn
HDTV
10/05/2010
~ wlenhares

He has a perfect voice for speaking. Spoke at a good rate for my understanding. Reviewed each point. W. Lenhares

The objectives for the lesson "Understanding Your HDTV" are as follows:

* Learn the relevant HDTV terminology
* Pick up useful HDTV shopping & buying advice
* Master the HDTV's rear panel

This lesson is actually the first in a series I've entitled "How to Set Up Your Home Entertainment Center." I hope you enjoy my lessons! If you have any suggestions for future content, please contact me at tim@tswarnerconsulting.com. Thanks!

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