this thing got my nerves out 2day... & it's so easssyyy!! just follow the pics :) NO STRESS!
NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL
NRDC List of Energy Efficient TVs (As of 11/17/09)
The following models are the most energy efficient TVs on the market today (Nov. 2009). * All models meet the power use requirements in the future version of ENERGY STAR (Version 4.0) that goes into effect in May 2010. As ENERGY STAR Version 3.0 is not very stringent, environmentally motivated shoppers should seek out models contained in the list below. Models not on this list may use up to two or three times more power to operate. Annual energy use values are based on TV use of 5 hours per day. The screen sizes shown are the TV's reported diagonal measurement. Some things to consider: 1) Only buy as big a TV as you really need. In general, bigger TVs use more energy and cost more to operate than smaller ones. 2) When setting up your new TV, be sure to pick the "home" mode setting. This setting may cut your power use by up to 25% compared to other settings such as "vivid" or "retail" which are unnecessarily bright for most ...