The RCA 46" LED-LCD HDTV is ideal for any room in your home. This RCA 46" 1080p TV uses LED backlighting technology to produce images with more vivid colors so you can enjoy the shows of your choice.
Note: You must have a source of HD programming in order to take full advantage of the RCA 46" LED-LCD HDTV. Contact your local cable or satellite TV service provider for details on how to upgrade.
RCA 46" Class 1080p LED-LCD HDTV, 120Hz Refresh Rate:
- 16:9 LED panel
With 1920 x 1080 full-HD resolution
- True 16:9 aspect ratio
View your movies as the director intended
- Wide 176-degree vertical and 176-degree horizontal angles
See a clear picture from anywhere in the room
- Built-in ATSC digital/NTSC analog tuner
Watch digital broadcasts, including HDTV programs where available
- High brightness of 450cd/m2
Place your RCA 46" LED-LCD HDTV anywhere
- 4000:1 contrast ratio and 4.5-ms response
Ensures bright whites, rich blacks, vivid colors and less blurring during on screen motion
Information about TV screen resolution
Resolution refers to the number of pixels (essentially dots) that make up a TV picture. TVs that feature higher resolution have more, and therefore finer (smaller) pixels that create a sharper, more detailed picture. TV resolutions are described by a number (such as 720 or 1080) followed by the letter "i" or "p." The number describes how many horizontal rows of pixels the TV has, while the letter describes how those rows are drawn, or "scanned" -- either "interlaced" or "progressive." Traditional "interlaced scan" TVs draw all the odd rows, then all the even rows alternately. Newer "progressive scan" TVs draw all the rows in sequence. This type of scanning generally allows for a sharper image with a higher vertical resolution. The highest resolution that is currently available in consumer televisions is 1080p, which is commonly referred to as full-HD resolution.
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