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Friday, February 20

Plasma TV Information

I am going to try and simply explain to you about Plasma Televisions (TV) Information. Hopefully I can guide you with enough information about Plasma TVs that you can confidently walk into a shop and know what you want to buy.

  • Basics Information About Plasma TV

  • A plasma television is a flat panel television which displays light (and therefore images) by using phosphors. The phosphors are trapped between two thin panels of glass and are triggered by a gas discharge made up fro non harmful Noble Gases. Plasma displays should not be confused with LCDs, another lightweight flatscreen display using different technology.

    Plasma TV offer a variable sized screen area that provides excellent quality picture or image, with minimal distortion (An advantage over rear projection!) There are many plasma screen televisions on the market and currently it is vying with LCD to be the market no.1

  • More About Plasma TV

  • Most of Plasma TV's screen are start at 42 inch (107cm) in diagonal size and go upwards to around 65 inch (Biggest I have seen!). Large display screen size makes them perfect for any home use or even that garage theatre you have dreamt about.

    On Plasma TV, Color reproduction is excellent and the “darkroom” contrast can ensure your display shows the “perfect” black. The Plasma TV can perform well under any lighting, whether it be electrical light or natural light, Even the external brightness will not distort the display of image quality. (So you don’t have to turn the lights off for that scary movie!!)

    Each pixel is made up of three fluorescent lights such as a red light, a green light and a blue light. The plasma display varies the intensities of the different lights to produce a full range of colors. Every pixel displayed on the Plasma TV's screen is individually lit, this means the display is always full of colour and can be viewed at any angle by the user.

    The Plasma television units are never more than 10cm thick, meaning you can position your plasma TV just about anywhere in your house. A plasma display is a television monitor, capable of displaying HDTV, regular TV, and home video. It's also a computer monitor. In fact, it can accept any video format. Plasma displays typically include inputs for (a) composite video, (b) S-video and component video, and (c) one or more RGB inputs from a computer.

  • Plasma TV Display

  • Plasma displays have lower total resolution than LCD displays. These units are not as economical as an LCD one. Plasma televisions use approx same as old CRT units. Plasma units are still quite pricey, although in current economic climate, prices are dropping all the time.

    Plasma screens have a “shelf life”. You can expect to use your plasma display in many capacities and for many years: The average lifespan of one of these displays is 30,000 hours. That's about 3.5 years of 24/7 usage! If watching TV was your full-time job, and you did it for 8 hours a day, it would take you more than a decade to wear out your plasma TV display.

    Dead pixels may become an issue with Plasma. If Plasma TV's screen is left on pause position for a long time, any logos or prominent images on that show may become “burnt” onto the display. On this case it will cause the logo always appear everytime you watch the TV. So, be careful not to leave your plasma TV on pause for too long!

    Plasma displays are much more fragile than a normal television; You should handle with special care. When mounting your plasma television on the wall, please take care to get reinforced supports as the weight is more than that of an LCD unit.

    Beginners Tips How to Use Plasma TV :

    1. When hanging a TV above fireplace, ensure the ambient temperature is not more than 80 degrees as you may damage the display.
    2. Don’t leave tv shows on pause for too long, we don’t want the “burning” effect explained above.
    3. With early plasma displays, it is advised, for best picture, to view the image from approx 10 foot away. With newer models it is less as resolution has improved.

  • Glossary Of Plasma TV Information

  • If your plasma TV provided high Pixel resolution, Its mean that your plasma TV has high picture or image resolution. Currently the most common pixel resolution displayed by most plasma TV is 1024x768.

    Standard resolution of the plasma display knew as Native resolution. The measurement of light intensity between the brightest white and the darkest black you can set on Contrast ratio menu. The highest contrast ratio will give you the best picture quality. You can choose many of Plasma TV here : Get the best LCD TV for your home theater installation


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