(PRWEB) April 27, 2005
Dynamic Functions (http://www.dynamicfunctions.com) would like to announce the launch of a new website, Ace Televisions (http://www.acezero.com). Ace Televisions offers a selection of TVs in association with Amazon.com. We also offer a Television Buying Guide, which outlines basic steps to keep in mind when buying TVs.
Our buying guide offers a basic outline of some things to keep in mind when making your television purchase, including a table of what television you can expect to purchase depending on your budget.
Buying a television can be loosely broken down into steps:
Step 1) Analyze your budget. LCD and Plasma screens will offer small screen sizes for the dollar than curved tube televisions.
Step 2) Choose your aspect ratioÂwidescreen or full screen (4:3). The most common reasons mentioned for choosing a widescreen are that DVDs are more suited for this format, and the consumer market as a whole is shifting towards the widescreen direction. Another reason is that widescreen TVs are better suited for our natural viewing area. Many people do not realize, however, that a widescreen stretches images that come in 4:3 format.
Step 3) Choose your television type. This can be the most confusing and complicated step, given the wide array of technologies on the market today. Budget considerations can be the primary factor here, but other considerations apply as well, such as resolution and black level. Recently, front projectors have been gaining in popularityÂthese are cheaper alternatives to large television screens. They are mainly used in home theater systems, but are not display sets in the traditional sense.
Step 4) Select the size of the television. Remember to make sure the TV you choose fits inside your entertainment center with an inch of leeway on the top and the sides, and a few inches in the back.
Ace Zero is managed by http://www.dynamicfunctions.com, an enterprise that operates a network of websites. Dynamic Functions is owned by Saqib Kadri, a webmaster with a background in Finance and Computer Science. Dynamic Functions started with sites on mathematics and finance (http://www.positiveintegers.org and http://www.quanthome.com) and has since expanded into e-commerce sites and webmaster tools.