Plasma Tv Vs. Lcd Screen - What Would You Choose

By: ebet sanders
Television technology is rapidly expanding and there is a new winner every few years. Until recently the plasma TV, then was switched to LCD and these days speaks of OLED began. So which one is better?

Like many other technologies various TV technologies have advantages and disadvantages, so the right choice for you to a large extent depends on what your needs and what is important to you.

The first allows you to quickly describe what is the difference between plasma and LCD. Both plasma and LCD TVs look flat and slick, and sometimes it is difficult to tell which one is which. The difference is the technology used to create a flat image on the screen. Plasma TVs uses a matrix of cells, each cell is responsible for the creation of a single pixel on the screen. The cells are filled with plasma gas that, when exposed to electric charge creates a visible color and intensity. Setting the proper electrical charge for each pixel results in the complete picture. LCD screen on the other hand, are very popular in portable computers and the use of liquid crystal material, which is located between two flat glass plates. The electric charge is then applied, which in turn stimulate the crystals to create color and intensity.

So the technology side, what do the different materials used in mind that television viewers? One noticeable difference in price. LCD technology is more expensive. Plasma TVs would be cheaper than the same size LCD TV. For many years, LCD TVs are too expensive for most buyers, and if you wanted to LCD TVs have to make compromises in a smaller size. In those days, but LCD prices go down and television sets, as ln22a650 Samsung 22-inch 720th lcd hdtv touch with the red color are affordable for most buyers.

So which one looks better? The answer is clear. Plasma screens have an advantage in view black, which has resulted in greater contrast to many dark images and darker scenes in the movies. LCD screen on the other hand, it appears that the move to provide live color experience creating colors look more rich and vibrant. Pasma screens also have better viewing angles than LCD, although for most ordinary home users this is important because it does not go to see the screens or the extreme wide angle.

LCD screens have some advantages. For example, it is easier to achieve a higher density of pixels with LCD and LCD screens provide much better resolution. This is less important for watching movies, and more importantly, if you want to connect your computer to a TV.

So which one to buy? It is hard to say. One rule of thumb to use is based on the size of the screen. If you go to a real big TV over fifty inches mark than in plasma is probably a good choice, provided you care about the price of television. If you are buying a small television than the price difference between the two is very small and LCD is a better choice, since it may provide a higher resolution, which is important for the smaller screen.
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