Vels led Tv in Madurai

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Vels led Tv in Madurai

The Beautiful World is growing with More Technology. In this world the Electronics things should be
checked by the quality, amount and the way of production. We should know the Merits and
demerits of the things. The best Example of Electronic goods is LED TV. We should know the
Evolution of Technology. In the current here is LED TV QLED Technology (Quantum Led, organic led),
Before that 4K LED TV Technology, Before that UHD (ULTRA HD), then Long Back FULL HD and the
first LED Technology was HD Technology. The past ten years this Technology was grown up. We
cannot find any different when we watch LED TV. But we can find difference when the sales man
Explain about it.

The different type of all technology (QLED, OLED, 4K, FHD, UHD, HD) led tv give same lights and
sound for your led television. All led tv for. When we purchasing a led tv our home we will select
that according to their price and the life span. But some leading company products are not full fill
the customer’s satisfaction that led products are not working for our expected level. Many leading
companies selling limited products led tv only for limited warranty. If that product led tv needs any
service needs they don't give good service. The leading companies theme was main to sell a new
product to us not our existing led products services.
This kind of behaviour are not in our company, we are only for the customer satisfaction.That’s our
VELS LED TV.
 Life time service
 Spare stock in for all old models
 Experience service experts in our company
 Good service solution for software and hardware
History
In 1926,  Kenjiro Takayanagi  demonstrated the first TV system that employed a cathode ray
tube (CRT) display, at Hamamatsu Industrial High School in Japan. This was the first working example
of a fully electronic television receiver. His research toward creating a production model was halted
by the US after Japan lost World War II.
Mechanical televisions were commercially sold from 1928 to 1934 in the United Kingdom, United
States, and Soviet Union. The earliest commercially made televisions were radios with the addition
of a television device consisting of a neon tube behind a mechanically spinning disk with a spiral of
apertures that produced a red postage-stamp size image, enlarged to twice that size by a magnifying
glass. The Baird "Televisor" (sold in 1930–1933 in the UK) is considered the first mass-produced
television, selling about a thousand units.
The first commercially made electronic televisions with cathode ray tubes were manufactured
by Telefunken in Germany in 1934, followed by other makers in France (1936), Britain (1936),  and
America (1938). The cheapest model with a 12-inch (30 cm) screen was $445 (equivalent to $7,921
in 2018). An estimated 19,000 electronic televisions were manufactured in Britain, and about 1,600
in Germany, before World War II. About 7,000–8,000 electronic sets were made in the U.S. before

the War Production Board halted manufacture in April 1942, production resuming in August 1945.
Television usage in the western world skyrocketed after World War II with the lifting of the
manufacturing freeze, war-related technological advances, the drop in television prices caused by
mass production, increased leisure time, and additional disposable income. While only 0.5% of U.S.
households had a television in 1946, 55.7% had one in 1954, and 90% by 1962. In Britain, there were
15,000 television households in 1947, 1.4 million in 1952, and 15.1 million by 1968. By the late 1960s
and early 1970s,  color television  had come into wide use. In Britain, BBC1, BBC2 and ITV were
regularly broadcasting in colour by 1969.
During the first decade of the 21st century, CRT "picture tube" display technology was almost
entirely supplanted worldwide by flat panel displays. By the early 2010s, LCD TVs, which increasingly
used LED-backlit LCDs, accounted for the overwhelming majority of television sets being
manufactured.
Display
Television sets may employ one of several available display technologies. As of the mid-
2010s, LCDs overwhelmingly predominate in new merchandise, but OLED displays are claiming an
increasing market share as they become more affordable and DLP technology continues to offer
some advantages in projection systems. The production of plasma and CRT displays has been almost
completely discontinued.
There are four primary competing TV technologies:
 CRT
 LCD (multiple variations of LCD screens are called QLED, quantum dot, LED, LCD TN, LCD IPS,
LCD PLS, LCD VA, etc.)
 OLED
 Plasma
World's major TV manufacturers
Rank Manufacturer Market Share (%) Headquarters
1 Samsung 20.2 Seoul, South Korea
2 Lg Electronics 12.1 Seoul, South Korea
3 Tcl 9 Huizhou, China
4 Hisense 6.1 Qingdao, China
5 Sony 5.6 Minato, Japan
6 Skyworth 3.8 Shenzhen, China
7 Tpv Technology ( Philips ) 4.1 Hongkong, China
8 Vizio 3.7 Irvine, Usa
9 Haier 3 Qingdao, China
10 Vels 2.8 Madurai

 

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