Tv Repair LCD 4K LED & Electronic Repairs. Miami Dade: (305) 822-0622 and Broward: (954) 290-8593. Our Shop location: 6985 West 4th Ave. Hialeah, Fl. 33014

Tv Guy - All Service Technician

In Business  Since 1991

Tv Repairs. We succeed on being Prompt, Honest & Affordable on all of our TV and Electronics repairs.

Our South Florida team of technicians are dedicated to top notch quality TV repair services and have been in the same store front location since 1991. All our technicians are professional, factory certified and trained on all the different brands of televisions in todays market. No matter how old or how new your equipment is, one of our technicians will come to your home or office and get your television up and running as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Our technicians are authorized and have the ability to call each TV manufacturer’s technical support team to resolve any difficult repair if needed. We can service all major brand of 4k led, lcd, plasma, Oled, dlp, projection TV and more. We only use parts supplied by the original manufacturer so you can be rest assured we will repair your television right the first time backed up by the 90 day warranty provided from the manufacturers.

Finding one company that can handle all of your television and electronic repair needs, can be very challenging. Why wouldn’t you want to build a relationship with ONE company who provides customers with a true professional experience. Our service area includes Broward County and Dade County.

About the Different Types Of Televisions we REPAIR.

 4K Tv 

Pure and simple, 4K means a clearer picture. It’s more pixels (8,294,400 to be exact) on the screen at once that creates images that are crisper and capable of showing more details than standard HD.

What is the resolution of 4K

4K resolution, at least the way most TVs define it, is 3840 x 2160 or 2160p. To put that in perspective, a full HD 1080p image is only a 1920×1080 resolution. 4K screens have about 8 million pixels, which is around four times what your current 1080p set can display.

Think of your TV like a grid, with rows and columns. A full HD 1080p image is 1080 rows high and 1920 columns wide. A 4K image approximately doubles the numbers in both directions, yielding approximately four times as many pixels total. To put it another way, you could fit every pixel from your 1080p set onto one quarter of a 4K screen.

Why is it called 4K

Because the images are around 4,000 pixels wide. And before you ask, yes, the industry named 1080 resolution after image height, but named 4K after image width. For extra added fun, you also might hear this resolution referred to as 2160p. Welcome to the future. It’s confusing here.

Do all those extra pixels matter

They matter very much. More pixels means more information. More information means sharper pictures. Sharper pictures are more engaging. More engaging content is more fun. And fun… well fun is the thing, isn’t it?

Should you see a huge difference

That’s where it gets sticky. We’re talking about a similar jump in resolution as the one from SD (480 lines high) to HD (1080 lines high). And 4K screens are noticeably sharper than 1080p screens. But there are a few reasons you might not feel the same thrill you did when you upgraded your old CRT to a flatscreen.

When most people went from a 780p to a 1080p set, there was a good chance they were making a big jump in TV size as well. In terms of wow factor, display size is more powerful than any resolution jump could ever hope to be. Last time around most people got big jumps to both screen size and resolution. But this time screen sizes are staying about the same, with the most popular models falling in the 40 inch to 70 inch range. Difference between Ultra HD and 4K

Technically, “Ultra High Definition” is actually a derivation of the 4K digital cinema standard. However while your local multiplex shows images in native 4096 x 2160 4K resolution, the new Ultra HD consumer format has a slightly lower resolution of 3840 X 2160.

3D TV

3D TV is an emerging technology that allows consumers to enjoy three-dimensional movies, television programs and video games in their homes. Several companies have developed viable 3D technology for the home theater environment, but the reality of seeing 3D TV in the average household is probably years away. That’s primarily because the technology requires the purchase of new television equipment, including a 3D-ready TV and a 3D-capable Blu-ray player.

CRT television or Rear Projection TV

A cathode ray tube (CRT) TV is a set that uses a vacuum tube and photon emissions to send its picture image. All older model analog TV sets are CRT TVs, as this is the TV technology used for several years to make television sets

Function – The CRT has an electron gun at its rear that shoots a constant stream of electrons. The stream illuminates phosphors on the glass screen from the back, creating the picture.

Competition – CRT TVs are being rapidly surpassed by flat-panel models like LCD (liquid crystal display) sets, which shine the picture image through a chip instead of a tub

Benefits – CRT TVs, especially their HD versions, often produce a clearer picture than their LCD counterparts, especially in producing contrast and black level.

Disadvantages – One disadvantage of CRT TVs is their size, as the tube is bulky. AND Extremely heavy compared to LCD or LED TV’s.

PLASMA TV

In a plasma TV, the individual pixels are made from three tiny containers of an inert gas such as neon or xenon. There are literally hundreds of thousands of these tiny tubes on an average plasma TV screen. All of these individual pixels are sandwiched between two electrically-charged plates. Remember that plasma glows when exposed to an electrical current. A computer processing unit receives signals from a cable or broadcast antenna which tells it how to reassemble the entire picture hundreds of times per second. The computer controls the electrical field down to individual pixels, allowing different combinations of colors to glow. The viewer is usually not aware of all the changes, because his or her brain is processing all of the information as a continuously moving image. Because plasma TV screen contains quite a few more pixels than a standard television, the image is noticeably sharper. Each pixel combination can reproduce an exact hue, not a quick approximation. This means the colors are usually deeper and richer.

Plasma TV is a high definition (HDTV) alternative to the standard cathode ray televisions sold today. A plasma TV provides sharp images and vibrant colors, especially when used in conjunction with high definition broadcasts. Quite often a plasma TV is designed in a 16:9 ratio for wide screen movie formats, as opposed to the box-like 4:3 ratio of standard televisions. A quality plasma TV is not cheap. Plasma technology gets the easy nod here because of their excellent performance with fast-moving images and high contrast levels and It’s an inherent quality of the technology. Plasma manufacturers have recently started publishing a specification of 600Hz with relation to the equivalent refresh rate speed of a plasma compared to an LED or LCD TV. It’s really just for comparisons sake as each individual pixel in the plasma displays its color. There is no motion lag, drag, or blur in plasma TVs nor side to side judder when panning.

LCD (liquid crystal diode)

LCD TVs reproduce colors through a process of subtraction: They block out particular color wavelengths from the spectrum of white light until they’re left with just the right color. And, it’s the intensity of light permitted to pass through this liquid-crystal matrix that enables LCD televisions to display images chock-full of colors-or gradations of them.

Advantages: Closer than a year ago, but still Plasma. By better utilizing the LED backlit technology, LCD TV manufacturers have made great improvements in black levels and in many cases have nearly managed to match the contrast ratio of plasma TVs. However, Plasma displays still maintain an advantage on average in this category due to fading blacks when viewing LCD TVs from side angles. For scenes with a lot of dark and light images shown simultaneously – as with content originating from DVDs, video games, and NTSC TV signals – plasmas still consistently outperform LCD TVs. LCD televisions do produce a typically brighter picture, which along with the inherently better non-glare LCD technology, can be an advantage in a very brightly lit room.

LED Tv

LED-back light LCD television is an LCD TV that uses LED back lighting instead of the CCFL used in traditional LCD televisions. It is not a true LED display but is called “LED TV” by some manufacturers. The use of LED backlighting has a dramatic impact, resulting in a thinner panel, less power consumption and better heat dissipation, and a brighter display with better contrast levels. Many brands use LED backlighting technology and may offer a range of benefits over CCFL LCD TVs such as reduced energy consumption, better contrast and brightness, greater colour range, more rapid response to changes in scene and a capacity to provide the means to render an image more accurately.

Differences between LED-backlit and CCFL-backlit LCD displays

LED-backlit LCD TVs differ from conventional CCFL-backlit LCD TVs in the following:

  • Produce images with greater dynamic contrast.
  • With Edge-LED lighting they can be extremely slim. Models on the market can be approximately one inch thick.
  • Offer a wider color gamut when RGB-LED backlighting is used.
  • Less environmental pollution on disposal.
  • Higher price.
  • Generally 20-30% lower power consumption.

If you are looking for TV Repair, or Electronic Service for the Following Brands give us a call.
Brands we Service: Insigna, RCA, Vizio, Mitsubishi, Samsung, Fuani, Sanyo, Polaroid, GE, Sharp, Westinghouse, Pioneer, JVC, Phillips, LG, Sony, Toshiba, Panasonic, X-Box, Playstations