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Authorized Magnavox TV Repair Service Center
We are a one-stop Minneapolis and St Paul Magnavox TV Repair shop. Whether you need a LCD TV repaired or you need to
replace a LCD, DLP Lamps. We can help you. In Home TV Repair, Plasma TV, LCD TV, DLP TV, DLP Lamps, Big Screen TV,
Magnavox LCD TV Repair Minneapolis St. Paul MN
50ME313V features superb audio and video quality.
LED backlight technology for sharp, brilliant pictures
Spectacular picture with Full HD 1080p resolution
3 HDMI Inputs for the best picture and sound quality
SRS TruSurround XT® technology for immersive surround sound
PC Input for use as a PC monitor (via VGA or HDMI)
JPEG Photo Viewer to share your photos on-screen
fun-Link to control connected devices via HDMI-CEC
Energy Star qualified for lower energy use
Magnavox LCD/LED Television Repair Minneapolis St Paul MN
We stock Magnavox DLP lamps
We do not sell cheap DLP lamps we sell only original lamps.
Do you know if a lamp is not obviously broken (shattered glass)
We have found after testing the lamp 30% to 40% are good.
It is important to use the correct and a high quality lamp or possible damages may occur.
Bring your DLP Lamp to our New Hope shop and we can test it for you before replacing.
Shortly after its launch, Magnavox became a major consumer electronics and defense company. It manufactured radios, TVs, and
record players. In the 1960s Magnavox manufactured the first plasma panels for the military and for computer applications.
In 1972, Magnavox introduced the Odyssey, which was the world's first home video game console. The introduction of it
triggered the beginning of the home video game console market. In 1974, the Magnavox Company was acquired by Philips, and
all Philips consumer electronics in the US under the Norelco name began rebranding them under the Magnavox name; Philips
acquired the similar-sounding company Philco in 1981, and Philips was able to freely use the Philips name, alternating with the
Magnavox name for some electronics, with the personal care business continuing to use the Norelco name.
In the late 1970s, Philips developed "Laser Disc" technology, producing an optically read, 12 inch disc that would contain
recorded video material. In the early 1980s, Philips worked with Sony to invent a standard for optical audio discs (CDs), using
the technology developed for the "Laser Disc".
Teamed with Sony, Philips used the Magnavox brand name to introduce the CD-DA standard and equipment for consumer audio
with the Magnavox player sold in department stores while the Sony CDP-101 went to high-end audio stores. Philips later
acquired Magnavox's consumer electronics division in 1974, to ensure nationwide distribution for their VLP (later renamed
LaserVision) Videodisc technology.
We guarantee our COD parts and labor for 90 days. DLP Lamps for 6 Months. Warranties apply to the original repair only,
physical damage, shorted outputs in Stereo, abuse, power surge, lightning, are not covered. Original manufacturer warranty
We can fix it! Call us today.