Raving on High Definition Television
In the late 90s, it is when the advent of high definition television or what we otherwise call as HDTV took place. Basing on how the teaser advertisements were marketed during those times, the high definition television is wonder answer of sorts.
For sports fanatic, the HDTV served as their front row tickets to every big sports event there was. Right in the comforts of their own homes, the high definition television bring them to places like the Wimbledon open or to the grand domes in America were titled boxing matches were held or to every game in the much hyped world cup and the Olympics.
For movie addicts, on the other hand, owning a high definition television was like owning a complete set of home theatre system. The surround system of the high definition television can in fact bring the same mood one feels in a movie house. So realistic, you can almost throw in a red carpet of sort while you walk down the aisle munching on a family size bag of cheese popcorn. With high definition television, you can in fact watch your favorite movies in original format, just like how it is seen on wide screen.
And for the technology savvy ones, the concept of high definition television itself amazed and overwhelmed them. With a very good visual resolution and an equally realistic surround system, who would ever deny that the high definition television is indeed, the end-all and be-all of all televisions?
But soon after the celebrate launch of high definition television, the disadvantages came to surface little by little. Firstly, consumers said that the high definition television is so jam packed with features; it becomes more and more confusing. The mighty machine is reportedly overloaded with innovations, some of which are very superficial and are just installed for the sake of giving the public something "new". As a result, the consumers get confused as to which feature to try first. This downside have undoubtedly marred and overshadowed the promise of the high definition television offering a paradise-like viewership.
Upon careful research and observations done by marketing experts, it was found out that the negative feedback of consumers is primarily brought about by the level of the device's usability and user-friendliness. It was found out that the menu options and navigational keys are labeled with techy acronyms and abbreviations that are not familiar to the viewing public.
Upon learning this, manufacturers of high definition television sets started on educating the public about standard abbreviations used in high definition televisions. They also embarked on letting the public know how specifically a high definition television works, so that the viewers can also learn to appreciate the entire process. Discussions on analog devices and cathode ray transmission systems have been discussed too.
Over the years, finally, the public have become more and more learned and have appreciated the HDTV past its paradise-viewing promise. The customers have learned, most of all, the ingenuity behind the advent of the high definition television.