Sceptre 46″ LCD Full HD TV
Let’s face the cold, hard facts – most folks these days have already upgraded to a full HDTV in their living rooms, and be they LCD, LED or plasma, one common factor that binds all of them would be this – they’re super slim (although the later generation models tend to be a whole lot more slim compared to the first few generations, not to mention thinner and thinner bezels) and getting cheaper by the day for a similar screen size.
Sceptre intends to further confuse consumers with the 46″ LCD Full HD TV, bringing along their expertise of manufacturing LED and LCD HDTVs and PC monitors right into the middle of your living room. You will find that this newly unveiled 46-inch LCD Full HD TV will sport premium surround sound while coming in an elegant glossy black finish with silver highlights. It measures under an inch thin at the thinnest point, and will deliver SRS TruSurround HD and TruVolume as well.
The inclusion of SRS TruSurround HD and TruVolume will definitely do the part of complementing Sceptre’s image quality, features and aesthetic design in order to have you enjoy the ultimate home theater experience, all rolled into a single unit. Some of the more common features that one ought to take note of when it comes to HDTVs would be checking out the 100,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio, 1920 x 1080 resolution, 7-band Equalizer, carrying a quartet of HDMI ports, while being able to swivel up to 30 degrees – you might not think that is important, but it sure beats purchasing a Lazy Susan to put your TV on it later on when the need arises.
SRS TruSurround HD will deliver a three dimensional surround sound despite using just a couple of speakers, while removing background noise, increasing dialogue clarity and optimizing bass for a more engaging experience. TruVolume will also prevent volume fluctuations when you switch between sources, channels or programming, whereas the 7-band equalizer enables users to adjust to 7 unique frequencies depending on their preferences.
The asking price of $699.99 is surely not out of reach for most folks, although we are hard pressed to find a good reason to buy this since nothing apart from its aesthetics make it truly stand out from the rest of the crowd. Perhaps it is meant to appeal to loyal Sceptre fans only?