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television set

[′tel·ə‚vizh·ən ‚set]
(electronics)
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television set market continues to move toward flat-panel technologies--this segment will increasingly impact total television set market growth in both dollars and unit volume.
It found that despite guidance, and in some cases state laws, to reduce e-waste, such as television sets ending up in landfills, two-thirds weren't aware of what the requirements were for safe disposal.
mounted a last-minute lobbying campaign to derail that proposal, contending that it favored broadcasters and television set makers.
4) Marshall and Carol Neal have given more or less carte blanche viewing control to sons Taylor, 11, Cody, 6, and James, 8 - each of the boys has a television set in his room.
The software is designed to be easily controlled by clicking commands into the remote control on a television set.
Our consumer research finds that 18% of Internet respondents claim to own a digital television set as of September 2005, with an additional 20% planning to buy one by September 2006.
6-inch LCD television set in sporty anthracite and silver, has the ever-popular tagline, "I Love This Game" printed along the bottom and a prominent NBA logo on the front.
Consumers simply connect ITVN's small, sleek set top box to their existing home broadband/DSL router, cable modem router or wireless LAN and plug in the set top connector to their television set and subscribe to the services that best meet their needs.
Demand for adult content has increased dramatically since then and XTV transitions this proven paid-content model to the home television set market.
With the Siemens solution, the television set is transformed into an entertainment and communications platform.
Muscat Innovation and falling costs kept the market for television sets in the world and in particular the GCC and Middle East going strong despite the global economic recession last year, according to a senior official of a major player in the market.
That doesn't even take into account the television sets in the workplace, the grocery checkout line, buses and airplanes.