$150 TV Installation with this myMedia Installer package

• A Strong™ tilting TV mount is included
• Conduct a site survey to explain Installation to the client
• Unpack your Plasma TV or LCD
• Mount and secure your Plasma TV or LCD on a standard wall
• Conceal all cables from the TV inside the wall for a clean look
• Connect, Satellite, DVD, or Cable Box and DVR
• Program basic functions on the remote control
• Clean up work area
• Customer instructions

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TV Installation

Our Professional installers will Install, Connect  your Flat-Panel TV and Surround Sound System and Configure an easy to use One Touch Remote Control. Calibration ensures your Surround Sound System is performing at its peak capability. Avoid the do-it-yourself headache and have a myMedia Installer quickly and professionally do your TV installation on a wall. myMedia Installer will determine the best location for your TV, secure a mounting bracket to a standard-frame wall, and secure your TV to the bracket. In addition, your in-wall rated cables for A/V devices will be routed through a standard-frame wall for a clean, professional look. We’ll also ensure that all wires and cables are neatly dressed, and make sure the work space is clean when we finish.

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TV Installation Dallas, TX

TV Installation Dallas, TX


1080p is the maximum video resolution available to consumers for most video displays and disc players. The best way to get 1080p video into your system is to use a Blu-ray player as a source connected via an HDMI cable. Most of today’s better HDTV sets have a native resolution of 1080p, including LCD HDTVs, plasma HDTVs and most front-projection technologies, such as D-ILA, SXRD and DLP.

1080p has an aspect ratio of 16×9, and has 1,920 pixels in width and 1,080 pixels in height. The “p” stands for progressive, which means every 60th of a second all the pixels are displayed. Most cable and satellite boxes only output 1080i (for “interlaced”) but with film-based material there is no resolution difference between 1080i and 1080p. With fast motion video, like sports, native progressive content will generally look a little better.

Ultra HD and 4K. After the decision to re-brand consumer 4K as Ultra HD was made, the industry began to push the technology at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. While 4K refers to a resolution with 4,000 horizontal pixels, Ultra HD does not. Ultra HD is 4 times the resolution of 1080p, but it does not reach 4K, stopping at 3840 x 2160. However, the Ultra HD moniker also allows for resolutions beyond this. So if an HDTV with 8,000 horizontal pixels is released, it could technically be branded an Ultra HD television.