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You will definitely want to suspect a problem with the amplifier you have installed. Especially if it is one of those cheap ones. Usually when the filter capacitor in an amplifier goes bad it will cause the hum bars you are describing, and they can be intermittent. Another problem may be that you have too much signal going into the amplifier. Amps are rated to handle a certain amount of input signal (measured in db) depending on the number of channels you wish to amplify, and the gain provided by the amp. g+
> When looking at Dynex TV Reviews across various sites you can see that Dynex receives mixed feedback from users. Best Buy is the in house brand of Dynex but do they make a quality TV set? There are several things you should consider when purchasing a new LCD TV. Also, does the price of these sets match the quality and durability? These are questions that can be answered by looking at actual user Dynex TV reviews.
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In a review published on Televisions.com, the website presents its appraisal of the Philips 52 PFL 9704's performance, picture quality, and design. A combination of sophisticated measurement techniques and subjective analysis by experienced testers allows the reviewers to derive an overall rating for devices; the Philips scored fairly highly at 8.1 out of 10 points. There's therefore plenty of applause for the TV's high contrast ratio - the highest the reviewers have ever measured - and excellent motion clarity. g+
Following its premiere at the CES in January, a 65-inch version of Mitsubishi's LaserVue high-definition television has hit U.S. stores. The world's first laser-powered TV, which promises unparalleled performance including twice the color and significantly lower power consumption than both its LCD and Plasma cousins, is being sold for USD$6,999. At 10 inches, it might be slightly thicker than some of the flat-screen offerings we've seen in recent times, but the trade-off is a set that delivers 1080p definition at 120Hz and operating power g+
Many models of Samsung UN series LED TVs have already begun to arrive in the US and Canadian markets this week. Though most of the models arriving are in the lower tier of Samsung's offerings for 2012, it is a surprise to many that they are already here, and selling in advance of the Samsung Release Party in New York early March. g+
The LED TVs are LCD TVs in that they contain liquid crystal displays, the difference between the two is the way the display screen is lighted. Typical LCD models use fluorescent cathode tubes for lighting, whereas LED models use light emitting diodes. There are variances in the LED lighting design. Some are manufactured with RGB or white backlighting, and some are made with white LED lights around the periphery of the screen and contain a light diffusion panel that spreads the light across the back of the screen. g+
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