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Atlanta Georgia Television Repair
Atlanta TV Repair has been repairing Television in Atlanta GA and
the surrounding area on in home TV Repair with the best reviews on
the market. Atlanta TV Service and Repair rely on our services
because our experience, expertise , training and service.
Our television repair service is perfect to meet your television
repair need. Why try to put your big TV in your car, when we can
come to you for television repair at your home for the same price?
Call us now and we will take care of your television repair as
quickly as possible, so you can get back to watching your favorite
shows and events.
Atlanta TV Repair is Atlanta's leading TV repair service center.
Our factory trained technicians have served customers for over 23
years. Serving Atlanta areas on in home TV Service and Repair,
Atlanta TV Repair offers expert service on major brands of
Plasma, HDTV, LCD, DLP, LED, CRT, LCD Projection and Rear
We provide in-home TV repairs in the following Atlanta Location zip
codes: Atlanta, 30319, 30322, 30329, 30333, 30340, 30341, 30345,
30346, 30350, 30356, 30359, 30360, 30362, 30366, 31119, 31141,
31145, 31146, 39901, Avondale Estates, 30002, Belvedere, 30032,
Briarcliff, 30329, Centerville Gwinnett, 30058, Chamblee, 30341,
30366, Clarkston, 30021, Decatur, 30030, 30031, 30032, 30033,
30034, 30035, 30036, 30037, 30089, Doraville, 30340, Druid Hills,
30333, Dunaire, 30032, Embry Hils, 31141, Emory University, 30322,
Lithonia, 30038, 30058, Memorial Square, 30083, North Atlanta,
30319, North Decatur, 30033, Northlake, 31145, Perimeter Center
Finance, 31146, Pine Lake, 30072, Redan, 30074, Sandy Springs,
30350, Scottdale, 30079, Snapfinger, 30035, Stone Mountain, 30083,
TV manufacturers can use an LED backlight instead of the standard
Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps (LCD-CCFL) used in most LCD
televisions. It is important to distinguish this method of simply
backlighting a conventional LCD panel, from a hypothetical true LED
display - an LED backlight offers several general benefits over
regular LCD-CCFL backlight TVs, typically higher
Liquid-crystal display televisions (LCD TV) are television sets
that use LCD technology to produce images. LCD televisions are
thinner and lighter than CRTs of similar display size, and are
available in much larger sizes. Common Problem - Power Supply
Issues, Solution - Capacitors Replacement Needed.
In DLP projectors, the image is created by microscopically small
mirrors laid out in a matrix on a semiconductor chip, known as a
Digital Micromirror Device (DMD). Each mirror represents one or
more pixels in the projected image. The number of mirrors
corresponds to the resolution of the projected image (often half as
many mirrors as the advertised resolution due to wobulation).
800x600, 1024x768, 1280x720, and 1920x1080 (HDTV) matrices are some
common DMD sizes.
Rear Projection TV
Rear projection television or RPTV is a type of large-screen
television display technology. Up until the mid-2000s, most of the
relatively affordable consumer large screen TVs used rear
projection technology. A variation is a video projector, using
similar technology, which projects onto a screen using 3 CRT Tubes
on 3 colors - Red CRT, Green CRT and Blue CRT (RGB).
A plasma display panel (PDP) is a type of flat panel display common
to large TV displays. They are called "plasma" displays because the
pixels rely on plasma cells, or what are in essence chambers more
commonly known as fluorescent lamps. Common Problem - power issues
- solution - capacitors on power supply must be replaced.