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TV tech explainer: Every HDTV technology decoded

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    TV tech explainer: Every HDTV technology decoded

    Shopping for a TV can seem like a non-stop flood of numbers and jargon: contrast, 1080p, 240Hz, HDMI, 3D, and more. While some of these terms are descriptive, others are designed to fool you into thinking one TV is better than another, when actually it isn't.

    Compiled here is a directory of every term you'll need to navigate the TV waters. Instead of one long article describing it all, it's broken down into sections so you can find just what you're looking for.

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    TV tech explainer: Every HDTV technology decoded | TV and Home Theater - CNET Reviews

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