Burbank, CA (PRWEB) April 05, 2012
SHRED Editor Holdgren writes funny, crazy commentary on new 2012 high definition TV models with a lighthearted, easy-to-read angle that is enjoyable to read. Some of the new reviews focus on top end models with unusual features such as the Magic Remote from LG and the Smart Interactivity feature included on the top Samsung models which allows users to “speak” to the TV or use hand movements for control.
As one example, in the Samsung UN55EH6000 Review, Holdgren writes, “This is a great HDTV entry level LED for a very attractive price. It’s no-frills full 1080p HD for those not wanting to pay up for lots of extras. Foregoing many of the top end optional features on a TV provides a very strong price point. The UN55EH6000 will not disappoint in that area with pricing starting as low as $1300.”
“I like to create fun-to-read, creative reviews,” states Holdgren. “If they are not fun, people will get bored and not read much of a review – there are plenty of boring product reviews out there. I wanted to do something different.”
Some of Holdgren's commentary on the Sony KDL-46EX640 reads like this, “The Kdl-46EX640 is designed to provide you with superb clear edge due to the digital noise reduction and lifelike motion assisted by the fast 240hz feature. This gives you less of that jerky motion lag you may have noticed in the past. It’s great for fast action and sports!”
Features commentary on the Sharp LC-60LE847U is reviewed as followed, “Sharp’s Quattron technology adds that 4th yellow pixel to the traditional RGB which effectively gives you 25% more sub-pixels on a 1080p TV. That’s a fact. It’s there to enhance yellow and gold tones that Sharp engineers felt could be improved and the technology is now widely accepted in its 3rd year after adoption.”
Lastly, full length commentary on the new for 2012 Panasonic TC-L47E50, “So many features in today’s TVs are just eyewash, they dont really make much of a difference. But since off center – side angle viewing is and has been a problem with LED Televisions for as long as they have been in existence. Panasonic has worked on the problem – no doubt because they are generally known as a plasma TV manufacturer and have noted what a detrimental effect contrast and black level loss is on LED TVs.”
Shred Reviews and Holdgren review and write commentary about Televisions, Blu-Ray players, Home Theater Surround Sound Systems, Movies, and many other electronics devices. Holdgren has been reviewing these types of devices for over 10 years. Shred Reviews began operations in late 2010 and Holdgren is based in Burbank, CA.