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RCA Televisions

RCA has been a pioneer in the television industry. In the 1920's David Sarnoff from RCA met with a television inventor by the name of Vladimir Zworykin. After ten years of testing at a cost of $50 million dollars, RCA was ready to introduce their TV to the world in New York City at the World's Fair. The first TV was quite a sensation among the curious who gathered to see this new invention in 1939, which displayed pictures as well as sound.

RCA continued to lead the television industry up until the 1950s when they produced the innovative technology of color pictures broadcast on TV. The first color commercial broadcast was on December 19 in 1953 and was carried out under the direction of the FCC. The production of consumer TV was halted during World War II, but RCA continued research into other areas of electronics that benefited the war effort such as sound and sonar equipment and mine detectors.

Today, RCA is one of the most popular and trusted brands of televisions in the industry and they offer a wide range of televisions which fit anyone's needs and budget. RCA makes televisions designed for the living room and other areas of the home as well such as the kitchen and bedroom.

RCA televisions are perfect for a family room

When you choose the size for your television, it usually will depend upon the size of your room and the space that you have available. RCA TVs are perfect for the family room because they come in such a wide range of sizes and styles. You could choose a 20 inch flat screen model or a 61 inch wide screen TV. The largest TV RCA has on the market at present is the 61 inch model which has the HDTV tuner built in and is ready for high definition signals. It is somewhat pricey however at around $1500.

RCA televisions are perfect for the home theater

Superior RCA technology makes for enjoyable viewing of sporting events and your favorite shows, and are just perfect for a home theater set up. Televisions which are designed for the home theater range from 32 inch models to the 61 inch projection TV. These televisions produce crystal clear pictures and vivid colors.

RCA televisions are perfect for the bedroom

RCA televisions are perfect for the bedroom too, especially the sleek flat screen models which accentuate the decor. Of course you can choose whatever size fits your needs and some models even have a built in sleep timer.



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