By Jonathan Merrill
Do you hate your old TV because it is not clear, well you can find out a clearer TV? In this report you can find out a way better one it has a lot more pixels. If you want to find out what pixels are and what that TV is than read my report. In my report you will learn what HDTV is and does, how HDTV works, and the history of HDTV.
What HDTV is and does
This paragraph is about what HDTV is. HDTV is a television that is a lot more pixels. That will make it a lot clearer. HDTV is a lot louder and taller. It has fewer channels, but it is so much clearer. The more pixels the better because the more pixels the clearer. HDTV stands for High Definition Television.
This paragraph is about what HDTV does. HDTV makes it so you can see clearer and hear better.
This paragraph is about who uses HDTV. The people that use HDTV are people that want better TVs.
How HDTV works.
Who invented it? Did you now according to a Mr.Welch High Definition Television, as we know it today, was created by a Grand Alliance of companies working together to create the next generation of television.
How small can it be? Did you now HDTV can be about 17 inches tall according to a, expert.
Where was it invented? The Development of Color Television
A German patent in 1904 contained the earliest recorded proposal for a color television system. In 1925, Zworykin filed a patent disclosure for an all-electronic color television system. Both of these systems were not successful, however, they were the first for color television. A successful color television system began commercial broadcasting, first authorized by the FCC on December 17, 1953 based on a system designed by RCA according to Mr. Welch.
Is there a HD iPod?
Could we be looking at HDTV in your pocket? According to a, expert you know, you just hook up your iPod to an HD monitor and press Play? Would you buy a device like this and what would you be willing to pay? Or are we trying to extend the iPod too far?
What pixels are?
Pixels are a tiny, tiny, tiny dot. There are pixels in computers, TVs, and magazines.
I hope you have learned a lot, if you have not read it again. I hope you did learn something because it took a long time to write.