color TV


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Noun1.color TV - a television that transmits images in colorcolor TV - a television that transmits images in color
color television tube, color tube, color TV tube, colour television tube, colour tube, colour TV tube - a television tube that displays images in full color
field-sequential color television, field-sequential color television system, field-sequential color TV, field-sequential color TV system - an early form of color TV in which successive fields are scanned in three primary colors
television system, television - a telecommunication system that transmits images of objects (stationary or moving) between distant points
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According to Chinanews, a Chinese online media, sales of many Japanese color TV brands as Panasonic and Sharp in Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou in August have declined at least 20% from July, with Toshiba and Sanyo suffering at least 40% drops.
com/buy-_Twin_Tub_Washing_Machine/ ) enter more homes, as CRT TVs are gradually replaced by flat-panel TVs, and as other favorable factors influence the market, the washing machine and color TV markets will continue to grow at a steady rate.
Hardest hit was the conventional CRT color TV segment.
of Japan (JVC) will manufacture and sell large liquid crystal display (LCD) color TV sets, company officials said Thursday.
In the heyday of color TV, Zenith made huge amounts of money:' says Jim McNamara, import-export director for the company in Reynosa in the 1980s.
If you've given in to the karaoke beast completely, think about spending the money and getting yourself the VocoStar VSCTV-3513 ($499), an all-in-one setup that gives you two mikes, a 13-inch color TV, and four speakers in addition to the normal goodies.
In 1998, the country's production of color TV sets totaled 700,000 units or down 72.
The Sunday that Armstrong and Aldrin were supposed to land on the moon, Pucher and his father watched their RCA color TV in the family living room in Reseda.
One ex-employee testifies that "at the time I began working at the Springfield plant [in 1973], I considered the operations to constitute color TV production.
However, it is clear that color TV and Company X data are almost identical in their characteristics.
In China, color TV shipments grew rapidly in the mid-1990s, and because the average lifetime of a color TV is 8-10 years, there is an opportunity for industry to replace these old TVs, DisplaySearch said.
there were 68 color TV manufacturers in China with an annual production