• Main Menu
  • Audio-Video

    • How a Flat Screen TV Works

      How a Flat Screen TV Works

      Flat TV screens are the modern day television sets. These have thin body frames, unlike the box-typed CRTs. There are three types of flat-screen televisions. LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) TV PDP (Plasma Display Panels) TV LED (Light Emitting Diode) TV LCD TVs, Plasma TVs and LED TVs work differently from the traditional Cathode Ray Tube

    • Why Flash Player won’t Install?

      Why Flash Player won’t Install?

      Adobe Flash Player is a high-performance, expressive client runtime software that delivers great digital experiences to end users. These days, Web sites are built in Flash, and individuals need to have Flash Player installed on their computers to render Web sites. Adobe releases new versions of Flash Player at regular intervals, and end users are

    • Is there a Dish Network TiVo?

      Is there a Dish Network TiVo?

      The TiVo is compatible with all Dish Network receivers that support IR control. IR control is provided all recent Dish Network receivers. However, there is no need to purchase a TiVo. Dish Network provides satellite receivers with built in DVR (Digital Video Recorder) capabilities. Dish Network provides two models of DVR receivers, one for standard

    • How an LCD TV Works

      How an LCD TV Works

      From the wordings of the name, an LCD TV is a short form of Liquid Crystal Display Television. What is presented in an LCD TV to make it work the way we see it is founded on the special effects of substances of light and liquid crystals acting on each other. These are brought together

    • DirecTV

      DirecTV

      DirecTV has become one of the most subscribed-to satellite television services in the United States since its initial launch on June 17th, 1994. The DirecTV service provides both digital satellite TV and audio to subscribers located in both the United States and Central America. The primary competitors to DirecTV include major cable TV providers and

    • 1440p

      1440p

      As the demand for higher video quality increases, the video technologies that are available will also improve. Several video technology companies are producing televisions that are capable of showing high resolution images in the 1440p range, which is a 1440 pixel vertical resolution. So, with the standard 16:9 resolution format, a 1440p television would be

    • Multimedia

      Multimedia

      Multimedia is simply multiple forms of media integrated together. Media can be text, graphics, audio, animation, video, data, etc. An example of multimedia is a Mozart web page that has text regarding the composer, an audio file of some of his music, and even a video of his music being played in a hall. Besides

    • How Television Works

      How Television Works

      Most people spend hours each day watching programming on their TV set, however, many people might wonder how in fact television works. There are many parts to this process and many technologies that are involved. Following are the most important processes and technologies involved in making television work. Main Elements of the TV Process There

    • Dish Network

      Dish Network

      Dish Network is a leading U.S. provider of satellite television entertainment services founded on March 4, 1996 by Charlie Ergen (Founder & chief executive). It is headquartered in Meridian, Colorado.  Dish Network currently provides satellite entertainment services to over ten million customers using DBS (Direct Broadcast Satellite) technology. Dish Network provides advanced digital satellite television

    • Irdeto

      Irdeto

      Irdeto is a company which sells conditional access systems for digital satellite and cable television. Irdeto is a division of Naspers, a South African company. In common usage, the term Irdeto is most used to refer to the Irdeto encryption system used by satellite broadcasters such as South Africa’s DStv and Australia’s Austar. The current

    127 queries in 0.390 seconds.