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2015-May-8 - The personality of your TV

Buying An Led Tv For Dummies

So youve taken the plunge. Youve remortgaged your home, persuaded yourself you need one, and convinced your wife/husband/girlfriend/flatmate that you cant live another second without the Hi Def beauty found in the latest range of LED TVs. To help you navigate through the complicated world of contrast ratios and refresh rates, weve put together this quick guide to help you choose the LED TV which is right for you.

Unless youve been living on the moon for the past few months, chances are youve seen Samsungs marketing campaign proclaiming brighter colours and deeper blacks. They want you to be concerned with the three Cs contrast, colour and clarity. Whilst these are important when choosing a TV no doubt the Samsung LED TVs have them all we reckon you should be more interested in the three Ps price, presentation and personality.

Unless youre an early adopter (nothing to do Blue Suede Balota 140mm with Madonna), its probably neither wise nor possible to pay through the nose for a brand new TV. Youve got food to buy and possibly children to support. In the time of a recession, splashing out on lavish luxuries is akin to sending out an open invitation to all your local bailiffs. However from what weve seen, since early 2009 prices have been steadily falling.

At the time of writing, you can pick up a 32 LED TV for just 720 so it neednt cost the earth if you know where and when to buy. Prices are likely to fall further in the run up to Christmas, so it may be worth controlling your urges for a little while. Money can be saved on costly delivery (up to 45 at some stores) by choosing a retailer that allows you to buy or reserve online and pick up in your local store. And dont be fooled by bundle offers, which tempt you in with the promise of a free Blu Ray player or HDMI cable in many cases the prices of these TVs are ramped Gold Patent leather Au Palace 120mm up above the norm, so itd work out cheaper to go elsewhere and buy the items cheaper from separate retailers.

Tell most of the population that your TV has a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1, and theyll look at you with a blank face. Is that good, bad, or simply indifferent? Whilst you can get wound up in all the figures and statistics, the only way to really experience the picture quality is to see one for real. Before buying blindly online, itd probably be worth popping into your local audio visual store to have a demonstration. After all, youre going to have to live with this investment for at least a good couple of years (unless youre the proud owner of a money tree). Take the time Black Glitter Balota 160mm to do your research, so you can be confident youre getting the most for your money.

Not only is on screen presentation important, but also the design of the TV itself, if youre aesthetically minded. Unless youre sitting at home all day watching Jeremy Kyle, a lot of the time the TV will be turned off, so it needs to look good turned off as well as when its on. Larger TVs can become a main focal point in the room you put it in, so its worth paying a little more for a stylish TV to match your impeccable interior design. And try not to put on the blinkers and aim for the largest TV money can buy theres no point having a 55 LED TV if you live in a caravan, and the only place you can attach it is to the outside. A quick search on Google will bring up a table which shows the optimum TV size for your chosen room. If you think these extra features will benefit and enrich your life, go for it and choose one of the higher end models.

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Ndamukong Suh (90) and the Lions beat Aaron Rodgers (12) and the Packers in Detroit in September.(Photo: Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports)

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Such trends underscore the bottom line: No NFL team has a tougher task in Week 17.

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What you might have trouble with when using aluminum cans is the plastic coating Cheap Snapbacks (used because aluminum tends to react strongly with acidic foods). Since you use paper cups for this application, it shouldn be an issue.

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2015-May-8 - ous unfolding panorama

Canada's epic Rockies

But this was Canada and I was on a 90 minute crossing from Swartz Bay near Victoria on Vancouver Island to Tsawwassen, about 15 miles south of the city of Vancouver on the Canadian mainland.

For me, the sight of whales is one of those things that always thrill me to my boots (like the sudden and occasional views of Concorde we used to get). But, clearly, they are no big deal to Canadians, since few of my fellow passengers bothered to stir themselves from their breakfasts to catch a glimpse of the passing pod.

People are just used to things being on an epic scale here, and not just the wildlife. Vancouver Island, for example, may look like a dot on the map inviting comparisons with the Isle of Wight yet it is nearly 300 miles long and some 50 miles broad at its widest point.

Standing out on deck, gazing east, I strained for my first sight of the Rockies. On the horizon is what looks like a sweep of steepling peaks but as you approach, these turn out to be modest foothills. Beyond lurk the real mountains. So, even on these first tentative steps towards the country's heart, you begin to grasp that this is a place created on a vast scale. It's the world's second biggest country, roughly 36 times the size of Britain, but is home to 33million people half the UK's population.

I had arrived in Canada via the 'back door' after taking another ferry, the high speed service from Seattle to Victoria. One minute I was in fast paced America Seattle is home to Starbucks, Boeing and Microsoft the next, I was in Victoria, taking the five minute walk from the sedate ferry terminal to the even more sedate Empress Hotel.

It's a journey of just a couple of hours up from the US, but Canada is light years apart from the States in most respects. Victoria, the state capital of British Columbia, feels more like Torquay. Actually, given the ever present Scottish heritage that surrounds you in Canada, you are reminded more of, say, Rothesay on the Isle of Bute.

In America, you never feel able to drop your guard but in Canada I felt instantly as if I had never left home.

At the excellent Empress Hotel, for example, they serve a regular lunchtime curry buffet as fine as anything you can find on a British high street. And at any time of day you can always be sure of a real cup of tea.

The Empress Hotel, by the way, provides a worthy introduction to the chain of magnificent 'railway hotels' now under the Fairmont banner that stretches right across Canada. Like the country itself, these hotels are built on a grand scale in a style described as 'chateau esque'.

The finest example of the style is undoubtedly the Banff Springs Hotel, which I encountered several days later. It has the look of the baronial home of a Scottish Dracula all it needs is a welcome from a man in a cape and a flock of bats circling one of the turrets.

I had travelled to Western Canada in the hope of encountering exotic creatures, and when I got to Vancouver I found my way blocked by some particularly scary wild things the heavy metal band AC/DC. 'That's an Ozzie rock band,' said the doorman at the Hotel Vancouver, another striking building. 'It's the big event in the city tonight,' he added, explaining the traffic jam ahead of us.

Canada seems to have a particular penchant for hard rock; the country may have given us soporific Celine Dion but judging by its FM radio at least prefers to keep its guitar amps turned all the way up to 11.

The city of Vancouver, which will stage next year's Winter Olympics (a clock in the square in front of the art gallery counts down the days, hours, minutes and seconds to the February 12 opening), owes its existence, and its name, to the railroad.

The city was originally known as Granville, bosses at the Canadian Pacific railway decided 'Vancouver' would be better though their decision infuriated the citizens of nearby Vancouver Island as the city, of course, isn't even on the island.

In fact, if the railroad hadn't been built, Vancouver and British Columbia would have slipped into the hands of the United States, as the burghers of British Columbia demanded a railroad link with the rest of Canada as a condition of remaining within the Canadian confederation when it was all being brought together in the late 1800s.

Taking the Rocky Mountaineer train east from Vancouver to Jasper a two day journey with an overnight hotel stay at the halfway point of Kamloops provides an unforgettable insight into the birth of a nation.

For a while, nobody thought it would be possible to drive a railway through the seemingly impenetrable high valleys of the Rockies where, in quick succession, come deep, fast flowing rivers and avalanche threatened passes.

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People of extraordinary vision supported by ever anxious bankers realised the dream. Key among them was George Stephen, a Scottish draper's assistant from Banffshire who emigrated to Canada and eventually became head of the Canadian Pacific Railway. He later retired to England, where he was ennobled as Baron Mount Stephen, taking his title from the Rocky Mountain to which he had given his name. (Most places in this part of Canada seem to be named after rail men, their relatives and their Black Suede Big Dorcet 120mm Scottish home towns.)

But the real hero of the Canadian railway story is William Cornelius Van Horne, who left school in Illinois at 14 but by the age of 39 was general manager of Canadian Pacific, responsible for driving the railroad through from Calgary, in the eastern foothills of the Rockies, to Vancouver, a task he completed six years ahead of Leather Bloody Mary 120mm schedule.

What made Van Horne such a key figure is that he not only handled the problems of engineering the railway and the even greater troubles of maintaining the vital flow of cash but also realised that the real challenge of the new railway would be to attract passengers. 'Since we can't export the scenery,' he famously remarked, 'we'll have to import the tourists.'

In Calgary's Glenbow Museum, an exhibition called Vistas has brought together an extraordinary collection of art inspired by the railway and the wonderful new views it had opened up of the Rockies. The 19th Century was an age of wonders in both engineering and art: here the two are brought together in a powerful and surprisingly moving display.

Within less than a hundred years of the completion of the amazing route through the Rockies, however, there was a real danger that it would close to passenger traffic, its viability threatened by the rise of the aircraft and the automobile and the extraordinary fact that services often ran only at night, denying passengers travelling through the mountains the visual thrills that should have made their trip one of the most wonderful rides of their lives.

Then 20 years ago, the White Leather Beverly 100mm concept of the Rocky Mountaineer was born an ultracomfortable train that would allow travellers to enjoy the scenery in all its magnificent splendour.

Today there are three routes the one I took from Vancouver to Jasper, a route from Vancouver to Calgary and another going north from Vancouver to Jasper via Whistler.

In the Rocky Mountaineer's more expensive 'Gold Leaf' class, you are served superb meals while in the upstairs section of the special carriage you have a glass domed roof through which you can feast on the glorious unfolding panorama of mountains, forests, waterfalls and fast flowing rivers. You can often see bald eagles stretching their enormous wings as they fly alongside the train, and bears have been known to amble into view.

At the back of the carriage is a viewing platform where I enjoyed standing for long stretches riveted to the view, breathing in the rich pine smells of the passing forests and looking straight down on precipitous drops to boiling rivers. Not surprisingly, the Rocky Mountaineer has climbed towards the top of the list of Things To Do Before You Die.

We left the train at Jasper to stay at the Jasper Park Lodge, just a mile out of the small town. Sherlock Holmes creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was an early visitor and recorded his enthusiastic verdict on the hotel in its visitor book.

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