Philips Tv Flat Screen
- LED TV, LED backlight use, providing excellent image quality, energy efficiency and green design. You'll enjoy an incredible range of brightness and color in a style of our Ultra Slim TV. - The LCD not ideal for dark environments and bright. Save space and time are very lightweight, so you can hang on a wall or place them anywhere. - The Plasma TVs offer realistic action scenes, due to its high contrast ratio. You'll also see deeper blacks, brighter whites and sharper detail from almost any angle. The philips tv flat screen size is measured diagonally from the inside edge and does not include the frame. Before deciding on the size, should take into account the space where you will place the TV and the viewing distance. The contrast ratio refers to the contrast between the light and dark colors, the bigger the difference, we will have more vibrant and sharp images. Starting today, July 20, comes into force the new energy label but Spanish consumers are ahead of this fact to guide their purchases to more efficient appliances. As identified in the report prepared by GfK R & T Energy efficiency and savings in the home. According to Ignacio Lopez, head of GfK consumer electronics, "Renovation Plans implemented by regional governments and higher birth rates have greatly promoted the sales of appliances more environmentally friendly. However, the dynamics of the market, driven by the efforts of manufacturers to offer more efficient products, has also managed to strengthen this trend 'green'. " Flat screen televisions and large inch (from 40 "), more efficient, have become the engine of this family of products in the first quarter of 2011. Only during this period sales have increased by 24% in terms of units, in part driven by the price decrease by 9% over the previous year. However it is striking that, being more efficient products, even taking into account these sales results, the energy consumption of the models sold has declined by 21% from 193 Kw / h per year to 152 Kw / h . The decrease in energy consumption will continue over the coming years, guiding consumers towards more responsible consumption, a fact that is becoming apparent. During the first quarter of 2010, the final expenditure on energy of a big-inch TV, four hours daily, for seven years meant the end of product life by 27% extra, adding spending on electricity bill Price paid at the store. In 2011, spending for that same use is 25% and the trend likely to continue falling. This decrease in energy consumption compared to 2010 was recorded in all regions, but stresses that recorded in Galicia, Cantabria and Extremadura. As for the provinces most efficient in this regard, note is the role of Valencia, Cordoba, Toledo and Teruel. In the family refrigerator, the Renewal Plan and the efforts of manufacturers have led to an increase in sales of more efficient appliances in 2011. Thus, labeled A + combis achieved a 65. 6% share of units sold compared to 37. 0% in the same period in 2010. Renovation plans also have been important. For example in Andalusia with the active plan in March, sales of devices labeled A + reach a 70% share, compared to 49. 6% in the first months of 2010. Breaking down the monthly figures, also notes that in March, stood at 74. 2% and April managed to reach 83. 1% of sales in the CCAA. In other CCAA like Madrid, is also seen a sharp increase in the share of combis A + in the first four months of the year, from 41. 7% in 2010 to 67. 1% in 2011. However, it is expected that, as will happen in the Basque Country, the effect of the renewal plan to raise the fee levels of 80% from May. This, together with the increasing presence of product A + + and the first appearance in April with the new label combis A + + + very positive results give us hope for more efficient products. . . .