DLP TV Repair Minneapolis St Paul MN | DLP Lamps
DLP TV Repair Minneapolis St Paul MN
At Alex Audio and Video Service, we believe in providing honest and professional
television repair and stereo repair service to the people of state Minnesota and
surrounding States. We are dedicated to working hard at making our customers
happy. Whether you need a LCD, LED or DLP TV repaired in your home or you
need to replace a LCD or DLP Lamp in a Big Screen TV, we can help you
DLP Tips: By changing the picture mode from Vivid to Normal you will get
a better picture and extend the life of the DLP Lamp and use less energy.
Why is an HDTV with DLP technology the better investment?
DLP HDTVs deliver a stunning picture and a bigger screen for a lower price
than Plasma and flat-panel LCDs. And no matter what you're looking for,
DLP HDTVs have a wide variety of features and models to suit whatever your
needs may be.
Why is 1080p important? Increasingly, content is moving towards 1920x1080
resolution, so by providing a 1080p picture, consumers will get the most incredible
high definition picture with maximized detail. This will appeal to consumers who
want the best picture available. Content includes: HD broadcast/cable, HD-DVD
and Blu-Ray, and gaming devices such as Xbox 360 and PS3.
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DLP Tips: Bring in your old lamp cartridge and we install the new lamp free of charge
into your cartridge. Call us and we help you to remove lamp and save you money.
We stock replacement lamps/bulbs for the majority of rear projection
DLP TV and LCD TV like: Samsung TV, Sony TV, Mitsubishi TV, Panasonic TV,
JVC TV, Toshiba TV, Hitachi TV, LG TV, RCA TV, Zenith TV, and more.
White light passes through a color filter,
causing red, green, blue and even additional
primary colors such as yellow cyan, magenta
and more to be shone in sequence on the surface
of the DLP chip. The switching of the mirrors,
and the proportion of time they are 'on' or 'off' is
coordinated according to the color shining on them.
Then the sequential colors blend to create a
full-color image you see on the screen.
Repair, Reuse, Recycle.